Maps in Minds: Reflections on Cognitive Mapping

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Harper & Row, 1977 - Psychology - 284 pages
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Contents

SENSES OF PLACE
1
Why Is Cognitive Mapping Important?
12
The Organization of the Book
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About the author (1977)

David Stea is professor of geography and planning at Southwest Texas State University and Enrique A. Aragon Distinguished Professor at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. He received his Ph.D. in psychology from Stanford University in 1964 and has also taught at the U.S. International University, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. UCLA, Clark University, Brown University, and Stanford University.

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