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Marios Avraamides and Stephanie Pantelidou:

Does body orientation matter when reasoning about depicted or described scenes?

Michael Barclay and Antony Galton:

An influence model for reference object selection in spatially locative phrases.

Drew Dara-Abrams:

Cognitive surveying: A framework for mobile data collection, analysis, and visualization of spatial knowledge and navigation practices.

Hannah Dee, Roberto Fraile, David C. Hogg, and Anthony Cohn:

Modelling scenes using the activity within them.

Laurent Dollé, Mehdi Khamassi, Benoît Girard, Agnès Guillot, and Ricardo Chavarriaga:

Analyzing interactions between navigation strategies using a computational model of action selection

Lutz Frommberger and Diedrich Wolter:

Spatial abstraction: Aspectualization, coarsening, and conceptual classification.

Antony Galton:

Pareto-optimality of cognitively preferred polygonal hulls for dot patterns.

Lorenz Gerstmayr, Hanspeter Mallot, and Jan Wiener:

A minimalistic model of visually guided obstacle avoidance and path selection behavior.

Nicholas Giudice and Jerome Tietz:

Learning with virtual verbal displays: Effects of interface fidelity on cognitive map development.

Juliana Goschler, Elena Andonova, and Robert Ross:

Perspective use and perspective shift in spatial dialogue.

Joana Hois and Oliver Kutz:

Natural language meets spatial calculi.

Rebecca Hurlebaus, Kai Basten, Hanspeter Mallot, and Jan M. Wiener:

Route learning strategies in a virtual cluttered environment

Kim Kastens, Lynn S. Liben, and Shruti Agrawal:

Epistemic actions in science education.

Madeleine Keehner:

Conflicting cues from vision and touch can impair spatial task performance: Speculations on the role of spatial ability in reconciling frames of reference.

Jonathan Kelly and Timothy P. McNamara:

Spatial memory and spatial orientation.

Peter Kiefer:

Spatially constrained grammars for mobile intention recognition.

Lynn S. Liben, Lauren J. Myers, and Kim A. Kastens:

Locating oneself on a map in relation to person qualities and map characteristics

Kate Lockwood, Andrew Lovett, and Kenneth Forbus:

Automatic classification of containment and support spatial relations in English and Dutch.

Andrew Lovett, Kate Lockwood, and Kenneth Forbus:

Modeling cross-cultural performance on the visual oddity task.

Dominik Luecke, Till Mossakowski, and Diedrich Wolter:

Qualitative reasoning about convex relations.

Louis-Emmanuel Martinet, Jean-Baptiste Passot, Benjamin Fouque, Jean-Arcady Meyer, and Angelo Arleo:

Map-based spatial navigation: A cortical column model for action planning.

Tobias Meilinger:

The Network of Reference Frames Theory: A synthesis of graphs and cognitive maps.

Konstantinos Nedas and Max Egenhofer:

Integral vs. separable attributes in spatial similarity assessments.

Martin Raubal:

Representing concepts in time.

Thomas Reineking, Christian Kohlhagen, and Christoph Zetzche:

Efficient wayfinding in hierarchically regionalized spatial environments.

Kai-Florian Richter, Denise Peters, Gregory Kuhnmünch, and Falko Schmid:

What do focus maps focus on?

Robert Ross:

Tiered models of spatial language interpretation.



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