5 edition of Performance models for spatial and locational cognition found in the catalog.
Performance models for spatial and locational cognition
Perry W. Thorndyke
Bibliography: p. 19.
|Statement||Perry W. Thorndyke, with the assistance of Barbara Hayes-Roth and Cathleen Stasz.|
|Series||[Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-2676-ONR|
|Contributions||Hayes-Roth, Barbara, joint author., Stasz, Cathleen, 1947- joint author., United States. Office of Naval Research.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .R3 R-2676, BF469 .R3 R-2676|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 19, 10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||80028101|
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Spatial cognition as a subdiscipline of cognition falls under a category referred to as domain-specific cognition. This category has an isolating effect. This category has an isolating effect. Performance models for spatial and locational cognition book It suggests work that is narrowly focused, thus carrying implications for how the larger field of Cognitive Science views spatial cognition research.
Bringing together notable experts on a variety of topics, such as neuroscience, perception, memory, and language, this book offers a broad yet detailed overview of spatial cognition, a field that studies how humans and animals acquire and utilize knowledge from their : Summarizes a three-year investigation of the knowledge and processes people use to learn and make spatial judgments in large-scale environments.
Experiments in map learning indicated that both the use of effective study procedures and visual memory ability determine success at learning a by: ied maps instead of descriptions, and their performance was comparable to that of descrip- tion subjects on all tasks.
Readers apparently form the same spatial mental models capturing the spatial relations between landmarks from both survey and route descriptions, and from maps.
0 Academic press, Inc. How does knowledge of the body in space relate to an understanding of space itself. Spatial cognition is discussed from two closely related perspectives: the internal mapping of external stimuli (e.g., landmarks and sensory perception of environmental information) and the internal mapping of internally perceived stimuli (e.g., kinesthetic and visual imagery), and their subsequent effects on.
Cognitive Maps and Spatial Behaviour: Process and Products Roger M. Downs and David Stea piece is informed by a communications model of information locational and attribute information, the role of incomplete, distorted, schematised, and augmented cognitive maps, and.
The relationships between perception and imagery, imagery and spatial processes, memory and action: These are the main themes of this text The interest of experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience on imagery and spatial cognition is remarkably increased in the last decades.
Different areas of research contribute to the clarification of the multiple cognitive processes. By collective spatial cognition, we refer to a wide range of phenomena in which people solve spatial problems in human collectives, from dyads to multi-team systems to crowds.
Spatial problems include a broad array of activities, including navigation and wayfinding, spatial knowledge acquisition, location allocation and planning, design, and. Title: Performance Models for Spatial and Locational Cognition Author: Perry W.
Thorndyke Subject: Summarizes a three-year investigation of the knowledge and processes people use to learn and make spatial judgments in large-scale environments. Models of spatial cognition describe the representations of processes that relate to location based behaviour such as navigation from one place to another (Hartley and Burgess, ).
Spatial. Spatial cognition embraces a range of mental representations of spatial relations in the external world. It includes the manipulation and orientation of single objects (e.g., mental rotation and knowing the location of an object relative to a reference point such as the body) and spatial orientation, which is orienting in large-scale space (e.g.
In cognitive psychology and neuroscience, spatial memory is a form of memory responsible for the recording of information about one's environment and spatial orientation. For example, a person's spatial memory is required in order to navigate around a familiar city, just as a rat's spatial memory is needed to learn the location of food at the end of a maze.
Researchers from a wide range of disciplines, including neuroscience, cognition, and sociology, have discovered a great deal about how humans and other animals sense, interpret, behave in, and communicate about space. This book addresses some of the most important dimensions of spatial cognition, such as neurology, perception, memory, and : Hardcover.
Space and Spatial Cognition provides an up-to-date introduction to the elements of human navigation and the mental representation of our environment. This book explores the mental capacities which enable us to create shortcuts, imagine new pathways, and thus demonstrate our adaptation to the environment.
Spatial cognition is concerned with the acquisition, organization, utilization, and revision of knowledge about spatial environments.
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Spatial cognition brings together a variety of - search methodologies: empirical investigations on human and animal orientation and navigation; studies of communicating spatial knowledge using language and graphical or other pictorial means; the development of formal models for r- resenting and processing spatial knowledge; and computer.
Imagery and Spatial Cognition Methods, models and cognitive assessment. Editors. and to the definition of the neurophysiological mechanisms underpinning these cognitive functions. The aim of this book is to provide the reader (post-graduate students as well as experts) with a complete overview of this field of research.
“The chapters. As a researcher in cognitive psychology, he mainly studied the processes of mental representation involved in visual imagery and spatial cognition. He is the author of about scientific publications in international journals and booksThis text refers to the hardcover cturer: Routledge.
Spatial cognition V: Reasoning, action, interaction. Berlin: Springer, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence A conceptual model of the cognitive processing of environmental distance information. In K. Hornsby, C. Claramunt, M.
Denis, Individual differences in aptitude-test performance and spatial-layout learning. The spatial conceptualization of time has, in particular, been studied by both experimentalists and cognitive linguists in such great detail that time is postulated to be “the model system of choice for linguistic and psychological tests of relationships between metaphorical source and target domains” (Casasanto, ).
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It addresses the question of where spatial cognition falls. Neuroscientific dimensions of spatial cognition. Hippocampus and related areas: what the place cell literature tells us about cognitive maps in rats and humans / A. David Redish and Arne Ekstrom ; Parietal contributions to spatial cognition / Raymond P.
Kesner and Sarah H. Creem-Regehr; pt. In the different model configurations, I control for location in different ways, to show how the influence of well-design variables may be biased when the spatial resolution of the models is inadequate.
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Cognition. Cognition is difficult to define, but is commonly used to refer to a wide range of mental processes—thought, reasoning, memory, perception, etc. Spatial Cognition and Team Performance Spatial cognition is concerned with the acquisition, organization, utilization, and revision of knowledge about spatial environments.
These capabilities enable humans to manage basic and high-level cognitive tasks in everyday life. Numerous disciplines work together to understand spatial cognition in. The research on cognitive mapping is generally high in ecological validity.
Spatial cognition is a topic within cognitive mapping that deals exclusively with table-top models. So far, almost all of the research on cognitive mapping has been confined to people's knowledge. Kindergarten students benefit from robust spatial skills and geometry education.
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They are capable of relatively sophisticated spatial skills such as mental rotation, symmetry, perspective-taking, use. This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Spatial Cognitionheld in Bremen, Germany, in September The 27 revised full papers presented in this book were carefully selected and reviewed from 53 submissions.
Nature and nurture: How hormones and practice effect spatial performance People often assume that spatial intelligence is a biologically-determined cognitive trait, a gift you either have or don't. This attitude may stem, in part, from observed sex differences.
This is the seventh volume of a series of books on fundamental research in spatial cognition. As with past volumes, the research presented here spans a broad range of research traditions, for spatial cognition concerns not just the basic spatial behavior of biological and artificial agents, but also the reasoning processes that allow spatial planning across broad spatial and temporal scales.
efficient mental models of objects from verbal descriptions in textbooks or instruction. In some fields, textbooks and instruction materials have been developed that are explicitly designed to use spatial skills as a key to mastering the subject matter.
Several such books are listed in the Readings section at the end of this document. Contributors list --Preface --Introduction. frameworks for understanding spatial thought: wrapping our heads around space. by david waller & lynn nadel --Neuroscientific dimensions of spatial cognition --Hippocampus and related areas: what the place cell literature tells us about cognitive maps in rats and humans / by A.
David Redish & Arne. Spatial ability involves being aware of the location and dimensions of objects and their relationships to one another.
It is core to everyday living (e.g., giving directions, or packing a suitcase). Research from my group and others has shown that it is also a strong predictor of a person’s mathematics and science abilities – those who. This paper’s primary contribution centers around the discovery that individual spatial cognition significantly influenced the pipefitter’s performance, but the format of information can neutralize the effect.
Both the information format and spatial cognition significantly influenced performance. The Development of Spatial Cognition.
DOI link for The Development of Spatial Cognition The Development of Spatial Cognition. DOI link for The Development of Spatial Cognition. The Development of Spatial Cognition book. Edited By Robert Cohen. eBook Published 21 August Pub. location New York. Imprint Psychology Press.
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