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Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
Self-to-object spatial relations are generally considered to be transient and supported primarily by perceptual processes. The present study investigates whether people can acquire stable self-to-object spatial relations that are not disrupted by disorientation. Participants either simultaneously or sequentially viewed the object locations from a learning position amidst a geometrically irregular array. Next they were blindfolded and pointed to the objects under three conditions: before turningfatcat:im2xyxkq45hnvl75uv5n3khr6i