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Alternative TitleBody- and Environment-Stabilized Processing of Spatial Knowledge
Thesis Advisor牟炜民
Degree Grantor中国科学院心理研究所
Place of Conferral心理研究所
Keyword空间更新 绑定于身体的空间处理过程 绑定于环境的空间信息处理过程
Other AbstractIn 7 experiments, the authors examined the perceptual and cognitive processes used to track the locations of objects during locomotion. Participants learned locations of 9 objects on the outer part of a turntable from a single viewpoint while standing in the middle of the turntable. They subsequently pointed to objects while facing the learning heading and a new heading, using imagined headings that corresponded to their current actual body heading and the other actual heading. Participants in 6 experiments were asked to imagine that the objects moved with them as they turned and were shown or only told that the objects would move with them; in Experiment 7, participants were shown that objects could move with them but were asked to ignore this as they turned. Results showed that participants tracked object locations as though the objects moved with them when shown but not when told about the consequences of their locomotion. Once activated, this processing mode could not be suppressed by instructions. Results indicated that people process object locations in a body- or an environment-stabilized manner during locomotion, depending on the perceptual consequences of locomotion.
Document Type学位论文
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李晓鸥. 绑定于身体和绑定于环境的空间信息处理过程[D]. 心理研究所. 中国科学院心理研究所,2009.
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