Development of human spatial cognition in a three-dimensional world

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (5):556-556 (2013)
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Jeffery et al. accurately identify the importance of developing an understanding of spatial reference frames in a three-dimensional world. We examine human spatial cognition via a unique paradigm that investigates the role of saliency and adjusting reference frames. This includes work with adults, typically developing children, and children who develop non-typically (e.g., those with autism)



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