Stories, Scripts, and Scenes: Aspects of Schema Theory

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L. Erlbaum Associates, 1984 - Psychology - 132 pages
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First published in 1984. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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This is a useful book to understand the subtleties of navigation through space-time. Sounds fancy huh? Not really. Jean does a good job explaining the differences between taxonomies and schema in a way that is accessible to a person practiced in cognitive psychology. This work has implications for the usability of navigational structures of informational structures in Western culture and points to how a person might code different aspects of a context to access indirect perceptual components of Ux.
Additionally, this book helped me to understand a key difference between musical and visual structures. The difference is very subtle, but very powerful.
 

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