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Fig. 1 | Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

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From: Exploring the Effects of Geographic Scale on Spatial Learning

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A learner experiences a space from a single viewpoint. The individual visible area, what we refer to as geographic scale, is indicated by the semi-transparent red portion. Geographic scale varies with visual barriers, for example being larger in less visually obstructed areas (left) and smaller in more visibly obstructed areas, such as cities (right)

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