Definitions for imagingˈɪm ə dʒɪŋ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
im•ag•ingˈɪm ə dʒɪŋ(n.)
Psychol. a technique using mental images to control bodily processes and ease pain or to accomplish something one has visualized in advance.
Category: Psychology, Psychotherapy
the use of computerized axial tomography, sonography, or other techniques and instruments to obtain pictures of the interior of the body.
Origin of imaging:
imagination, imaging, imagery, mental imagery(noun)
the ability to form mental images of things or events
"he could still hear her in his imagination"
(medicine) obtaining pictures of the interior of the body
The technique or practice of creating images of otherwise invisible aspects of an object, especially of body parts.
The use of mental images to alter a person's perceptions or behaviors.