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Journal home Journal issue About the journal. Yoshiki Wakabayashi Author information.

  1. The Role of Maps in the Cognition of Geographic Space.
  2. Spatial Cognition: Geographic Environments / Edition 1.
  3. 'Cognition and the City: An Introduction'?
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Keywords: spatial cognition , map-reading , GIS , geographic space. Published: received: October 30, Released: October 30, accepted: January 07, [Advance Publication] Released: - corrected: -. Article overview. References Related articles 0.

Spatial cognition : geographic environments / by Robert Lloyd - Details - Trove

Figures 0. His areas of academic interest include urban modelling, agent-based models, urban morphology, movement, spatial behaviour and cognition, urban systems and social geography of the city.

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  • His research examines processes connecting urban built environments to spatial behaviour and cognition, movement, and the formation of social and functional urban areas. He also develops agent-based models for simulating and modelling motorized and non-motorized movements in planned or in existing urban environments.

    'Cognition and the City: An Introduction'

    His research is into the effect of the spatial design of the built environment on the social and economic function of organisations and communities. His research integrates complexity and self-organization theories, environmental-spatial cognition, urban dynamics and planning in modern and ancient periods. His publications include more than 70 research articles and 16 books.

    His work focuses on urban complexity with an emphasis on urban mobility patterns and spatio-temporal data analysis. He is experienced as a practicing architect and urban planner.


    About this issue Issue number. Summary The contributors to this issue explore the integration of two disciplinary domains — cognition as studied mainly in cognitive science, and cities as studied in disciplines such as urban studies, urban geography and architecture. Cited by. Related Articles. Paper Title Pages.

    Behavior and Environment, Volume 96

    Abstract: Accident is undesired to anyone. But the research shows that the main cause of accident is unsafe behavior.

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