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Enhancing the Visuo-Spatial Aptitude of Students part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Spatial Ability, Navigation Strategy and Geographic Knowledge Among Men and Women part of SERC Print Resource Collection
J. Dabbs Jr., E. L. Chang, R. Strong, R. Milun
This study tested the differences in navigation strategy and geographic knowledge between men and women. Men proved to be better than women in mental rotation skill, but men and women were equal in ...
A Course on Spatial Visualization and its Impact on the Retention of Female Engineering Students part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Questions and Conjectures Concerning Models, Misconceptions and Spatial Ability part of SERC Print Resource Collection
S. Dyche, P. McClurg, J. Stepans, M. L. Veath
Sex-related Differences in Spatial Ability: What Every Geography Educator Should Know part of SERC Print Resource Collection
C. Self, R. Golledge
Cognitive Processes in Orienteering: the Interpretation of Contours and Responses to the Map as a Whole part of SERC Print Resource Collection
G. V. Barrel, P. J. Cooper
Worlds of information: The geographic metaphor in the visualization of complex information part of SERC Print Resource Collection
A city metaphor for supporting navigation in complex information spaces part of SERC Print Resource Collection
A. Dieberger, A. U. Frank
A major problem in modern information systems is the location and relocation of information. Appropriate navigation metaphors make modern navigation systems easier to use. This article proposes a ...
How maps work: Representation, visualization, and design part of SERC Print Resource Collection
A. M. MacEachren
The book discusses how maps are used and how they can be improved. Understanding how and why maps work and do not work as representations of the world, and what it means for a map to work, are ...
Spatial memory of real environments, virtual environments, and maps part of SERC Print Resource Collection
D. R. Montello, D. Waller, M. Hegarty, A. E. Richardson