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Development of Landmark Knowledge at Decision Points
Wang, Lin1,2; Mou, Weimin3; Sun, Xianghong1
AbstractTwo experiments investigated how people develop different landmark knowledge at decision points. Participants learned a route in a virtual city once or five times. One distinctive landmark was placed at each intersection of the route. At test, participants were released at each intersection according to the learning order and were required to determine the turning direction. At each intersection, the landmark was removed (no landmark), correctly placed (one landmark), duplicated on the other side (two identical landmarks), or misplaced from another intersection (two different landmarks) to disrupt the landmark sequence. The results suggested that humans develop different landmark knowledge (landmark knowledge for guidance, landmark knowledge for place recognition and knowledge of landmark sequence) with different navigation experience.
Keywordlandmark large-scale environment spatial cognition spatial microgenesis
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Affiliation1.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, Beijing 100101, Peoples R China
2.Chinese Acad Sci, Grad Sch, Beijing, Peoples R China
3.Univ Alberta, Dept Psychol, Edmonton, AB T6G 2E9, Canada
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Wang, Lin,Mou, Weimin,Sun, Xianghong. Development of Landmark Knowledge at Decision Points[J]. SPATIAL COGNITION AND COMPUTATION,2014,14(1):1-17.
APA Wang, Lin,Mou, Weimin,&Sun, Xianghong.(2014).Development of Landmark Knowledge at Decision Points.SPATIAL COGNITION AND COMPUTATION,14(1),1-17.
MLA Wang, Lin,et al."Development of Landmark Knowledge at Decision Points".SPATIAL COGNITION AND COMPUTATION 14.1(2014):1-17.
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