Testing the first law of cognitive geography on point-display spatializations
D. R. Montello, S. I. Fabrikant, M. Ruocco, R. S. Middleton 2003 Berlin: Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2825. In Kuhn, W., Worboys, M. F., and Timpf, S. (Eds.), Spatial information theory: Foundations of geographic information science (pp. 335-351). Proceedings of COSIT '03.

This exploratory essay delves into the history and problems of cognitive map design. Cognitive-map design research has the goal of understanding cognition in order to improve the design and use of maps. This paper discusses the history of map design research and theoretical framework that has shaped it.

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Subject: Education, Geography
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Overview/Summary, Report
Special Interest: Spatial Thinking
Research on Learning: Cognitive Domain, Spatial Intelligence:Maps