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Posters | Spatial Interactions & Navigation

Andrea de Paiva

An Approach to Categorization of Effects of Architecture on the Brain Based on Time of Exposure to Stimuli

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Mark Alan Hewitt

Space and Place as Architectural Concepts: Confronting a False Dichotomy

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Joori Suh, Ji Young Cho

Spatial Ability and Human Perception of Spatial Depth and Complexity

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Ann Heylighen

Room for Being Apart Together: How Spatial Organization Affords Social Interactions across Different Contexts

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Ercument Gorgu, Chaoran Chen

Mapping Urban Moods: A Study on Comparing Human Response Between Walking and Cycling Along Streets

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Jain Kwon

Implementation of Eye-tracking in the Process of Design for Wayfinding

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Alexander Johnson, Douglas Nitz

Representations of Spatial Analogy Found in Rat Subiculum Neurons

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Dr. Mizan Rambhoros, Dr. Matthew Pelowski

Inner Geographies for Psycho-Spatial Wellbeing: Converging Situatedness and Mindfulness in an Ecologically-valid Approach

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Sagar Jhanglani

Structuring Senses- Efficient Walking Spaces

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Sudhir Kumar Pasala, Mehdi Khamassi

Role of Intuitive Geometric-constructs in Human Wayfinding Behaviours

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Yang Chen Lin, Chih Mao Huang

Socio-cultural and Individual Differences in Neural Underpinnings of Perceiving Exterior and Interior Elements of Environment: A Cross-cultural Functional MRI Study

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