Poster Presentations

S. Aggarwal, K. Ghosal, P. Singhal, and P. Srivastava
Effect of Learning on Audio-Spatial Working Memory

A. Baltaretu, E. Krahmer, and A. Maes
Route Descriptions: The Role of Intersection Type and Visual Clutter for Spatial Reference

T. Barrett, M. Hegarty, G. McKenzie & M. Goodchild
Evaluating Visualizations of Geospatial Uncertainty

J. Bateman, O. Kutz, T. Mossakowski, A. Sojic, and M. Codescu
Space for Space – SpacePortal: the 21st Century Home for Spatial Ontologies

S. Bertel, T. Kohlberg, H.-U. Lutter, and D. Spensberger
Tangible Pointers to Map Locations

A. Boone and M. Hegarty
Twelve Years Later: The Santa Barbara Sense of Direction Scale

M. Chipofya
Qualitative Spatial Scene Descriptions

M. H. G. Claessen, J. M. A. Meily-Visser, E. Jagersma, and I. J. M. van der Ham
Navigation Training for Chronic Stroke Patients Suffering from Topological Disorientation: A Pilot Study

L. Daoust
Approaching Size Constancy in Perception

D. Edler, A.-K. Bestgen, L. Gück, L. Kuchinke, and F. Dickmann
True 3D Accentuating of Chunking Linear Elements in Urban Topographic Maps: An Improvement for Object Location Memory

B. Emo, J. P. Silva, A. H. Javadi, L. R. Howard, Y. Yu, R. Mill, L. Morrison, R. Knight, and H. J. Spiers
How Spatial Properties of a City Street Network Influence Brain Activity During Navigation

A. Frick, J. E. Bayard, C. M. Roebers
Mental Rotation and Working Memory Capacity in 7-year-old Children

K. Gramann, C. Goeke, and P. König
Cultural Differences in Individual Reference Frame Proclivities

G. He, T. Ishikawa, and M. Takemiya
Where Are You Now? Dynamics of Simultaneous, Collaborative Navigation

C. A. Holmes, S. Marchette, and N. S. Newcombe
Move to Learn: Perspective Taking and Rotation as Methods for Learning Spatial Layout

E. A. Jant, D. H. Uttal, R. Kolvoord
Spatially Enriched Curriculum Improves Students' Critical Thinking and Spatial Reasoning

F. Joeres and N. Russwinkel
Object-Related Learning Effects in Mental Rotation

J. Krukar
Spontaneous Memory of Art Exhibitions: Explanations from Eye-Tracking

S. Kuliga, M. Beinhofer, V. Langenfeld, F. Fleckenstein, S. Dufner, R. von Stülpnagel, W. Burgard, and C. Hölscher
Spatial Ambiguity in Indoor Environments – A Comparison Between the Human and the Robot Perspective of Spatial Ambiguity Identification

S. Lancier, M. Halfmann, A. Link, M. Admard, and H. A. Mallot
Distribution of Place Recognition Errors Depends on Eccentricity of Landmark Configuration

C. H. Larsen, D. S. Lauritsen, J. J. Larsen, M. Pilgaard, J. B. Madsen, and R. Stenholt
Aurally Aided Visual Search Performance: Comparing Virtual Audio Systems

C. L. Lemieux, N. Watier, and C. A. Collin
Gender Differences in Metacognitive Judgments During a First-Person Virtual Maze Learning Task

M. Lohmeyer and M. Ragni
Mental Logic in Spatial Relational Reasoning: Challenges from Cognitive Modeling

P. Mavros, D. J. Zisch, A. H. Javadi, F. Merchant, H. E. Law, F. E. Zisch, and H. J. Spiers
A Mobile Application to Record Synchronized Behavioral and EEG Data During Real-world Wayfinding

T. Meilinger, J. Frankenstein, K. Watanabe, H. H. Bülthoff, and C. Hölscher
Map-based Reference Frames Are Used to Organize Memory of Subsequent Navigation Experience

D. I. Miller, J. Wai, and D. H. Uttal
Spatial Skills Predict Movement Into and Out of STEM Fields

W. Möhring, N. S. Newcombe, S. C. Levine, and A. Frick
A Matter of Proportions: Spatial Scaling is Related to Proportional Reasoning in 4- and 5-Year-Olds

V. Muffato, C. Meneghetti, and R. De Beni
Mental Representations Derived from Spatial Descriptions Are North-up Oriented: The Influence of Spatial Perspective and Spatial Abilities

F. Parente, A. D. Smith, and R. Filik
The Separability and Alignment of Spatial Reference Frames in Imagined Navigation

A. Postma, V. Tierno, and S. Massar
Spatial Anxiety and Route Learning After Multiple Exposures to a New Environment

L. Pouliquen-Lardy, I. Milleville-Pennel, F. Guillaume, and F. Mars
How Role Distribution Influences Choice of Spatial Reference Frames in a Virtual Collaborative Task

N. Reshöft
Spatial Annotation and Motion Event Typology

B. E. Riecke, D. Feuereissen, J. J. Rieser, and T. P. McNamara
Can Self-motion Illusions ("Circular Vection") Facilitate Spatial Updating?

W. G. Röhrich, J. Mayer, and H. A. Mallot
Location Dependent Spatial Recall of Familiar Places

A. Röser, D. Kuhrt, G. Hardiess, and H. A. Mallot
Working Memory Contributions to Pictorial and Navigational Versions of the Corsi Block Tapping Task

W. Schick, M. Halfmann, and H. A. Mallot
Language Cues in the Formation of Hierarchical Representation of Space

V. Schnitzler, C. Hölscher, and D. R. Montello
Assessing How the Use of Digital Maps Alters Spatial Learning and Cognitive Strategies of Indoor Wayfinders

A. Schwering, R. Li, and V. J. A. Anacta
The Use of Local and Global Landmarks Across Scales and Modes of Transportation in Verbal Route Instructions

H. Shi and W. Tao
Evaluating Qualitative Spatial Layout Features for Image Matching

M. Sugimoto, T. Kojima, and T. Kusumi
Do Pathway Features Affect the Way We Describe Routes? The Effect of External Factors on Spatial Cognition

M. Takemiya, T. Ishikawa, and G. He
Guide Me through Somewhere Important: Decision-Point Salience and Collaborative Navigation

T. Tenbrink and F. Dylla
Reference Frames for Sailing

R. Vágvölgyi
The Role of Geometric and Non-geometric Information in Children’s 3D Reorientation

R. von Stülpnagel and J. Frankenstein
Draw While You Explore! - A Human SLAM Approach

S. Wache, J. Keyser, S. U. König, F. Schumann, T. Wolbers, C. Büchel, and P. König
Physiological Changes Through Sensory Augmentation – An fMRI Study Using Path Integration

S. M. Weisberg and N. S. Newcombe
Remembering What and Where: The Relationship Between Components of Navigation Ability and Working Memory

Y. Yang, E. C. Merrill, A. T. Robinson, and C. Reid
Signal to Noise Ratio in Contextual Cueing