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Imagined Perspective - Changing Within and Across Novel Environments
Type of publication: Inproceedings
Citation: Avraamides:2005nx
Booktitle: Spatial Cognition IV, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence
Volume: 3343, Spatial Cognition IV. Reasoning, Action, and Interaction
Year: 2005
Pages: 245-258
Publisher: Springer
Address: Berlin/Heidelberg
Abstract: Results suggesting that changing perspective and switching across spatial environments held in memory are processes that take place in parallel were obtained from a task-switching experiment. Participants learned layouts of objects in two virtual rooms and then were asked to use their memories to lo- cate the objects from various imagined viewing perspectives. Results revealed that, even after experiencing multiple perspectives, participants maintained viewpoint-dependent memories for the layouts, and that the latencies for chang- ing perspective within and across environments followed a different pattern de- pending on whether participants imagined adopting the preferred view.
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Authors Avraamides, Marios N.
Kelly, Jonathan W.
Editors Freksa, Christian
Knauff, Markus
Krieg-Br├╝ckner, Bernd
Nebel, Bernhard
Barkowsky, Thomas