By Christian Freksa, Bernhard Nebel, Mary Hegarty, Thomas Barkowsky
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed lawsuits of the ninth overseas convention on Spatial Cognition, Spatial Cognition 2014, held in Bremen, Germany, in September 2014. The 27 revised complete papers awarded during this booklet have been conscientiously chosen and reviewed from fifty three submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on spatial reminiscence; language and verbal exchange; wayfinding and navigation; computational types; diagrams and maps; technical methods; and spatial ability.
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05). Free recall task. The predictors explained 44% of the overall variance in the route description condition and 53% in the survey one. In both types of description, age accounted for a significant part of the variance (route: 34%; survey: 47%). In subsequent steps, spatial self-assessments explained another 5% of the variance for route descriptions, and spatial objective tasks another 5% for survey descriptions. 05) for survey descriptions. Verification test. For route descriptions and route inference sentences the model explained 5% of the overall variance; for the other conditions (route descriptions survey inference sentences, survey descriptions - route inference sentences, route descriptions - survey inference sentences), the predictors explained 14%, 14% and 12% of the overall variance, respectively.
E. survey preference mode) formed more perspective-independent mental representations than people without this preference. The former were equally accurate in judging true/false sentences from both types of perspective, irrespective of the perspective learnt, but their preference for a survey recall format emerged from their better map-drawing performance. e. spatial visualization, mental rotation and perspective taking (measured with the MPFB, MRT and OPT, for instance) – VSWM, and spatial self-assessments are all relevant factors to take into account when analyzing the individual spatial skills needed to form good mental representations from spatial descriptions.
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