Spatial language and spatial representation

@article{Hayward1995SpatialLA,
  title={Spatial language and spatial representation},
  author={William G. Hayward and Michael J. Tarr},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={1995},
  volume={55},
  pages={39-84}
}
This study explores the commonalities between linguistic and visual representations of space. In particular, because common types of spatial relations, specifically closed-class spatial forms in language and qualitative spatial relations in perception, have been proposed in both representational systems, we investigate whether they share underlying structural similarities. Moreover, while visual spatial relations are a basic element of several theories of object representation, they have been… CONTINUE READING
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