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spatial perception


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spatial perception

spatial perception

spatial perception

Environmental Perception: Wayfinding and Spatial Cognition

Functional neuroanatomy of spatial perception, spatial processes and attention

Phenomenal and Cognitive Factors in Spatial Perception

Disorders of spatial perception and the visual control of action

Spatial Perceptions, Juridical Practices, and Early International Legal Thought around 1500 From Tordesillas to Saragossa

Neural Bases of the Interactions between Spatial Attention and Conscious Perception

Effects of Blindness and Deafness on the Development of Spatial Perception and Cognition

Common Mechanisms of Spatial Attention in Memory and Perception: A Tactile Dual-Task Study

The effects of masking on lateralized illusion perception: A further test of the spatial frequency hypothesis

Attentional dynamics and visual perception: mechanisms of spatial disorientation in Alzheimer’s disease

C-33Verbal and Nonverbal Factorial Components of Visual Memory and Visual Spatial Perception

Timing the fearful brain: unspecific hypervigilance and spatial attention in early visual perception

Temporal and spatial neural dynamics in the perception of basic emotions from complex scenes

Passive Spatial Perception Facilitates the Expression of Persistent Hippocampal Long-Term Depression

Does Knowledge of Material Objects Depend on Spatial Perception? Comments on Quassim Cassam's The Possibility of Knowledge

An exploration of the role of the superior temporal gyrus in visual search and spatial perception using TMS

 

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The apprehension and interpretation of physical, experiential, and/or pictorial space, including the spatial relations between objects, and movement. Psychologically, individuals differ in their spatial skills, such as the mental rotation of objects and spatial orientation. Oft-cited references to males tending to demonstrate better spatial skills than females involve statistical overlaps rather than distinct differences between the sexes. See also binocular vision; depth perception; interpersonal zones; motion parallax; personal space; pictorial depth cues; visual perception.

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