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Human Spatial Memory: Remembering Where / Edition 1

Human Spatial Memory: Remembering Where / Edition 1

by Gary L. Allen


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ISBN-13: 9780805842180
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 12/28/2003
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)
Lexile: 1430L (what's this?)

Table of Contents

Contents: G.L. Allen, Preface: Routes of Human Spatial Memory Research. Part I: Theoretical Issues in Remembering Where. T.P. McNamara, C.M. Valiquette, Remembering Where Things Are. N.S. Newcombe, J. Sluzenski, Starting Points and Change in Early Spatial Development. G.L. Allen, D.B.M. Haun, Proximity and Precision in Spatial Memory. Part II: The Task of Remembering "Where Is It?" M.J. Sholl, S.K. Fraone, Visuospatial Working Memory for Different Scales of Space: Weighing the Evidence. R. Schumann-Hengsteler, M. Strobl, C. Zoelch, Temporal Memory for Locations: On the Coding of Spatiotemporal Information in Children and Adults. D.H. Uttal, C. Chiong, Seeing Space in More Than One Way: Children's Use of Higher Order Patterns in Spatial Memory and Cognition. A. Postma, R.P.C. Kessels, M. van Asselen, The Neuropsychology of Object-Location Memory. Part III: The Task of Remembering "Where Am I?" S.H. Creem-Regehr, Remembering Spatial Locations: The Role of Physical Movement in Egocentric Updating. E.H. Cornell, C.D. Heth, Memories of Travel: Dead Reckoning With the Cognitive Map. R.G. Morris, D. Parslow, Neurocognitive Components of Spatial Memory. Part IV: Remembering Where in Artificial Media and From Alternative Perspectives. D.R. Montello, D. Waller, M. Hegarty, A.E. Richardson, Spatial Memory of Real Environments, Virtual Environments, and Maps. M. Blades, C. Spencer, B. Plester, K. Desmond, Young Children's Recognition and Representation of Urban Landscapes From Aerial Photographs and in Toy Play. A.L. Shelton, Putting Spatial Memories Into Perspective: Brain and Behavioral Evidence for Representational Differences.

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