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Rome, Perugia:
September 12-15, 2006

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  1. Towards a decisional system for the seismic risk management
    Nadia Abdat, Alimazighi Zaia
    Laboratoire LSI - DÚpartement Informatique, FacultÚ GÚnie Electronique et Informatique, Algiers
  2. Spontaneous geographical maps of Europe by Italian school children
    Merete Amann Gainotti, Susanna Pallini
    Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Educazione, UniversitÓ di Roma Tre, Italy
  3. What kind of space is remembered in spatial span?
    Steve Avons, Laura Trew
    Department of Psychology, University of Essex, UK
  4. A biologically plausible robot attention model, based on space and time.
    Anna Belardinelli, Fiora Pirri
    Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica, Universita' di Roma "La Sapienza"
  5. The dynamic of variability as a way for studying the consolidation process
    B. Berberian, M. D. Giraudo
    UMR Mouvement and Perception
  6. Configural Representations in Spatial Working Memory
    Aysecan Boduroglu
    Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey
  7. Wayfinding tasks in visually impaired people: the role of tactile maps
    P. Caddeo, F. Fornara, Anna M. Nenci, A. Piroddi
    University of Rome "La Sapienza"
  8. The influence of expertise level on visuo-spatial ability: Differences between experts and novices on imagery and drawing abilities
    Lucia Calabrese, Francesco S. Marucci
    Department of Psychology, University of Rome "La Sapienza"
  9. Chicks’ use of geometrical and nongeometrical information in environments of different sizes
    Cinzia Chiandetti, Giorgio Vallortigara
    Department of Psychology, University of Trieste, Italy
  10. A computational model simulating human performance in the Traveling Salesperson Task
    Simone Cutini, Demis Basso, Andrea Di Ferdinando, Marco Zorzi, Patrizia S. Bisiacchi
    Department of General Psychology, University of Padua, Italy
  11. The representation of objects and location in conceptual networks
    P. H. de Vries
    Department of Psychology, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
  12. Walking participants through a virtual model: how we got there and its implications
    Carlos Galan-Diaz, Stephen Scott, Anna Conniff, Tony Craig, Richard Laing
    The Robert Gordon University
  13. Vision-for-perception and vision-for-action in typical development, autism, and Parkinson's disease
    Lorena Giovannini, Alessia GranÓ, Alessandra Jacomuzzi, Roberta Marando, Carlo Semenza, Luca Surian, Nicola Bruno
    Psychology Department, University of Trieste, Italy
  14. The role of stimulus' instability in the reproduction of visuospatial pattern
    M. D. Giraudo, B. Berberian
    UMR Mouvement and Perception
  15. Construction of a spatial mental model from a verbal description or from navigation in a virtual environment.
    ValÚrie Gyselinck, Luciana Picucci, Pascale Piolino
    University R. Descartes, C.N.R.S., Paris, France
  16. Spatial cognition and wayfinding strategy during building fire
    L. Hajibabai, M. R. Delavar, M. R. Malek, A. U. Frank
    Center of Excellence in Geomatics Engineering and Disaster Management, Dept. of Surveying and Geomatics Engineering, Engineering Faculty, University of Tehran, Iran
  17. A Mindset for User-Centered Spatial Applications
    Matthew Hockenberry, J. Hoff, Rob Gens, Ted Selker
    MIT Media Laboratory
  18. Perceiving occlusion through auditory-visual substitution
    Alessandra Jacomuzzi, Nicola Bruno
    Department of Psychology, University of Trieste, Italy
  19. Geographic Event Conceptualization
    Alexander Klippel, Mike Worboys, Matt Duckham
    Geomatics Department, University of Melbourne, Australia
  20. The effect of a reference object's orientation on the apprehension of spatial terms
    Takatsugu Kojima, Takashi Kusumi
    Department of Cognitive Psychology in Education, Graduate school of Education, Kyoto University, Japan
  21. Image Representation, Scaling and Cognitive Model of Object Perception
    Sandeep Kumar Ganji, Indu Potula, Venkata Naga Pradeep Ambati, Bujang Rao, Sandhya Kumari Ganji, Shwetha Kumari Ganji
    Department of Biomedical Engineering, University College of Engineering, Osmania University
  22. Forgetting rate of topographical memory in a virtual environment
    Luca Latini Corazzini, Patrick Peruch, Giuliano Geminiani, Catherine Thinus-Blanc,
    Dipartimento di Psicologia, UniversitÓ di Torino, Italy
  23. Neural bases of route-survey processing in topographical memory
    Luca Latini Corazzini, Patrick Peruch, Marie-Pascale Nesa, Catherine Thinus-Blanc
    Dipartimento di Psicologia, UniversitÓ di Torino, Italy
  24. Spatial Cognition as a Tool for the Design of Mediated Spaces
    Marianthi Liapi
  25. Aesthetic, perception and preference for historical and modern buildings
    Marina Mura, Renato Troffa
    University of Cagliari, Italy
  26. Space syntax in a wayfinding task
    Anna M. Nenci, Renato Troffa
    LUMSA University, Italy
  27. Visuo-spatial ability and wayfinding performance in real-world
    Raffaella Nori, Sonia Grandicelli, Fiorella Giusberti
    Dipartimento di Psicologia, UniversitÓ di Bologna, Italy
  28. Cognitive stances in urban mobility: a simulation experiment
    Sylvie Occelli, Luca Staricco
    IRES- Istituto di Ricerche Economico Sociali del Piemonte, Torino, Italy
  29. Two cues are not better than one' the integration of geometric and featural information in the reoriental paradigm.
    Luciana Picucci, Andrea Bosco
    University of Bari, Italy
  30. A functional ontology for working memory for sign and speech
    Mary Rudner , Jerker R÷nnberg
    Swedish Institute for Disability Research, Department of Behavioural Sciences, Link÷ping University
  31. Hybrid architecture for the sensorimotor representation of spatial configurations
    Kerstin Schill, Christoph Zetzsche, Johannes Wolter
    Cognitive Neuroinformatics, Universitńt Bremen, Germany
  32. Developmental components of large-scale search: evidence from children and individuals with partial genetic deletions
    Alastair D. Smith, Ian D. Gilchrist, Bruce M. Hood, Annette Karmiloff-Smith
    University of Bristol, UK
  33. Describing Locations in English and Japanese after Real-World Navigation
    Steven Tripp
    University of Aizu, Japan
  34. Gaze of Olympic speedkaters skating at full speed on a regulation oval: Perception-action coupling in a dynamic performance environment
    Joan N. Vickers
    Neuro-Motor Psychology Laboratory, Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada



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