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Spontaneous representation of Vista spaces: similarities and differences between sighted and blind people

Abstract : Vista space (VS) is a psychological space whose scale is “larger than the body but can be visually apprehended from a single place without appreciable locomotion” [Montello, 1993]. Moreover, VS can combine to represent larger spaces [Meilinger, 2008]. VS are considered as unit elements of mental representations of space and have only been assessed in sighted subjects (not in visually impaired people).
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Victor Vergnieux, Marc J.-M. Macé, Hombeline Valton, Emmanuel Barbeau, Christophe Jouffrais. Spontaneous representation of Vista spaces: similarities and differences between sighted and blind people. 7th International Conference on Spatial Cognition (ICSC 2018), Sep 2018, Rome, Italy. pp.1-2. ⟨hal-02279423⟩

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