Reorientation in a rhombic environment : No evidence for an encapsulated geometric module

@inproceedings{Hupbach2005ReorientationIA,
  title={Reorientation in a rhombic environment : No evidence for an encapsulated geometric module},
  author={Almut Hupbach and L. Nadel},
  year={2005}
}
Reorientation behavior of young children has been described as dependent upon a geometric module that is incapable of interacting with landmark information. Whereas previous studies typically used rectangular spaces that provided geometric information about distance, we used a rhombic space that allowed us to explore the way children use geometric information about angles. Reorientation was studied in manipulatory space (Experiment 1) and locomotor space (Experiment 2) in the presence and… CONTINUE READING

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