Object-array structure, frames of reference, and retrieval of spatial knowledge.

@article{Easton1995ObjectarraySF,
  title={Object-array structure, frames of reference, and retrieval of spatial knowledge.},
  author={Randolph D Easton and M. Jeanne Sholl},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={1995},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={483-500}
}
Experiments are reported that assessed the ability of people, without vision, to locate the positions of objects from imagined points of observation that are related to their actual position by rotational or translational components. Theoretical issues addressed were whether spatial relations stored in an object-to-object system are directly retrieved or whether retrieval is mediated by a body-centered coordinate system, and whether body-centered access involves a process of imaging updating of… CONTINUE READING
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