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Cognitive Mapping: Past, Present and Future (Frontiers of Cognitive Science) Hardcover – 23 Mar 2000
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Cognitive Mapping is a comprehensive account of all facets of cognitive mapping research. This book provides an overview of the historical genesis of the subject area, a description of the current states-of-play, and a 'map' of what future research should investigate. Each chapter is divided into three sections - 'past', 'present' and 'future'. Topics that are covered include: the links between spatial behaviour and spatial decision choice making learning a new environment spatial learning from maps and virtual environments learning space at different scales spatial learning across the life space the relationships between gender/visual impairment and spatial cognition. This important work brings together specially commissioned chapters, written by international academics from a variety of different disciplines, to explore all the major theoretical and empirical strands of research developed over the past forty years. Edward Cornell, University of Alberta, Canada, Tommy Garling, Goteborg University, Sweden, Florence Gaunet, CNRS-College de France, France, Reginald D. Golledg
About the Author
Rob Kitchin is a Lecturer in Human Geography at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland. His research interests include cognitive geography, spatial behaviour, disability, cyberspace and social geography.
Scott Freundschuh is an Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, USA. His research interests include a wide range if topics concerning maps and spatial knowledge acquisition in children and adults.