Visual and Spatial Cognition

When we look at and interact with the visual world in all its detail, the process usually feels effortless, but in reality highly complex cognitive processes are occurring, enabling us to see, touch objects, navigate, and remember where we have been. Visual-spatial processing is the ability to tell where objects are in space.

  • Factors affecting the deployment of attention through visual displays
  • Acquisition and retention of information about objects and scenes
  • Spatial language, reference frames, reasoning, and navigation
  • Visual representation in normal and abnormal development
  • The effect of emotions in constructing mental representations of visual environments
  • Imitation of perceived behavior in various action contexts
  • Embodied aspects of visual processing

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