A Handbook Of Spatial Research Paradigms And Methodologies
by Nigel Foreman /
1997 / English / PDF
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Spatial cognition is a broad field of inquiry, emerging from a wide range of disciplines, and incorporating a wide variety of paradigms that have been employed with human and animal subjects. The contributing authors in both volumes of this Handbook are highly respected international authorities in their fields, with many years of experience, who describe and review the major paradigms used in their research area. Volume1 is concerned with the developing infant, child, and adult, and their use of spatial representations to search among multiple spatial locations, make spatial judgments, and find their way from place to place in laboratory environments, built environments and in virtual reality simulations.