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    Spatial Cognition and Navigation In the complex dissection of the human brain evolving in our course, great strides have been made on the path to comprehension of thought and action. Evidence concerning the true relationship of mind, body, and behavior has been elucidated through discoveries of the neural pathways enabling active translation of input to output. We have suggested the origins of action, discussed stimuli both internal and external, as well as concepts of self, agency, and personality

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    Hypertext and Spatial-Temporal Dimensions missing works cited Hypertext affords the user the ability to make decisions based on where he or she intends or needs to go, and to decide what information or images to process and what to disregard as opposed to what the author intends. The user is free to move around from link to link while constantly making decisions about what he wants to explore and what he deems unnecessary in his search; there is no correct path, rather all paths are relative

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    Spatial Analysis

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    of GIS was a result of spatial data analysis (Goodchild and Robert 2003) in the same token GIS has advanced the management of spatially referenced data. The foundation of GIS as a result is spatial analysis because it involves operations such as transformations, manipulations and other methods that are applicable to GIS to improve the data values. In turn this will encourage decisions, exposing patterns or trends not easily identifiable and anomalies. The process of spatial analysis involves the transforming

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    Streetcar Named Desire: Visual, Aural and Spatial The sound for ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ is effective but this could be built upon to improve it and create a more intense atmosphere. The stage directions do state when sound should be used, they usually state the piece of music and the way in which it should be played, for example “Blue piano and the hot trumpet sound louder”. I think that if an amalgamation of types of music such as; instrumental music, recorded sounds and vocal pieces

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    beginning of "Sunday in the Park," raising the question, what does "well spaced" mean for Williams? How can the world and how can poetry be well spaced? The aim of this paper is to look at the relationship between Williams's use of what I will call spatial rhythms and the vision of poetry that emerges in "Sunday in the Park"--a section of Paterson particularly important for thinking about Williams's late poetic style because it contains the famous section beginning "The descent beckons / as the ascent

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    1. Introduction Longely et al (2005) state that there are many possible ways of defining spatial analysis but at the end all the definitions express the basic idea that information on locations is essential. Analysis carried out without knowledge of locations is not spatial analysis (Longely et al, 2005). Spatial data analysis (SDA) is a set of techniques created to support a spatial perspective on data (Goodchild et al, 1992). SDA can be differentiated from other forms of analysis by definition

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    Psychometric Studies: Spatial Ability

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    What is spatial ability? The definition of spatial ability is still a controversial issue in psychometric studies. The reason may stem from the fact that spatial ability is not a unitary construct but rather a set of several spatial ability factors (Hegarty & Waller, 2004, 2005; Lohman, 1996; Uttal et al., 2012). As cited in Hegarty & Waller (2005), McGee (1979) identified two spatial factors (spatial visualization and spatial orientation); Lohman (1988) named three spatial factors (spatial visualization

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    aspect or kind of intelligence, according Dr. Howard Gardner, founder of the multiple intelligence theory, is spatial intelligence(1). Spatial intelligence is one amongst eight kinds of intelligence. The most common description of spatial intelligence is the ability to be able to recreate one's visual experience and reasoning about shape, measurement, depiction and navigation. Spatial intelligence might be one of less familiar kind of intelligence, however it has wide implications in many academic

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    Landscapes, Scale, and Government Policy

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    been proven to be very difficult, as there are many factors that must be considered when addressing landscape change including issues of spatial and temporal scales of landscape processes. This type of scale is best described as the spatial or temporal dimension of a certain process (Turner, 2000). Scales may vary, ranging from the broad temporal and spatial scale of plate tectonics to the fine scale processes of insect herbivory. Landscape change has different effects along different levels of

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    Trouble in Danto’s Artworld

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    requirements, but also, it distinguishes itself as revolutionary by expanding the style matrix, and as clever, by belonging to the once-problematic category of artwork called ‘indiscernibles.’ However, it can be shown that “Missing Van Gogh’s” lack of spatial and temporal boundaries adds infinite predicates to the style matrix and thus reveals a flaw in Danto’s theory. Danto’s theory of artistic identification requires only that the sentence “x is P,” where x is a given work and P a predicate functioning

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