Spatial Information Tested in Naturalistic Situations: Describing Routes


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Abstract

Descriptions of an urban route were requested from 54 subjects who represented three levels of familiarity with the route. Both quantitative and qualitative aspects of the verbal reports showed that previous familiarity is not always a good predictor of a better knowledge of the place and that the concept of familiarity for environments is more articulated than generally thought.

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