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Our team previously carried out a series of studies 1-4) on the spatial cognition of the visually handicapped. From these studies we ascertained that the visually handicapped are able to navigate space by walking across it -in effect, by "taking a shortcut" -to reach their destination. However, under conditions where the visually handicapped are unable to navigate space in this way -because their path has been obstructed by an "obstacle" -it is not so clear how they recognize this space, theirdoi:10.3130/jaabe.5.113 fatcat:iu2pgra5rzg23cucrzynbvnzni