Navigation Places Perspective of Acquisition Cognitive Maps Reference Objects Perspective of Judgement Reference Frames Why Systematic Errors ? The Space of External Representations Elements Relations Distortions in Memory for External Representations Creating Graphic Representations Comprehending

@inproceedings{Tversky2002NavigationPP,
  title={Navigation Places Perspective of Acquisition Cognitive Maps Reference Objects Perspective of Judgement Reference Frames Why Systematic Errors ? The Space of External Representations Elements Relations Distortions in Memory for External Representations Creating Graphic Representations Comprehending},
  author={Barbara Tversky},
  year={2002}
}
150-200 Mental spaces are not unitary. Rather, people conceive of different spaces differently, depending on the functions they serve. Four such spaces are considered here. The space of the body subserves proprioception and action; it is divided by body parts, with perceptually salient and functionally significant parts more accessible than others. The space around the body subserves immediate perception and action; it is conceived of in three dimensions in terms of relations of objects to the… CONTINUE READING