Cognition & the City
Issue 44(2), guest edited by Juval Portugali
As Prof Portugali explaines in his editorial "this special issue brings together two disciplinary domains: cognition as studied mainly in cognitive science, and cities as studied in disciplines such as urban studies, urban geography, architecture and the like. The first, cognitive science – The Mind’s New Science (Gardner, 1987) – is a very young discipline. It emerged in the mid 1950s out of a rebellion against the doctrine of behaviourism that dominated the behavioural sciences in the first half of the twentieth century. The second, the study of cities, is rather old with roots in antiquity in the writings of first-century BC Roman architect Vitruvius and Palladio in the renaissance. ...read more"
Cognition and the City: An Introduction
Movement, Cognition and the City
JUVAL PORTUGALI and HERMANN HAKEN
The City is the Map: Exosomatic Memory, Shared Cognition and a Possible Mechanism to Account for Social Evolution
What Makes Us Think It’s a City?
EFRAT BLUMENFELD-LIEBERTHAL, NIMROD SEROK, and ELYA L. MILNER
People in the Environment and Environments Perceived by People: Cognitive-Behavioural Approaches to Spatial Cognition
How are Geographical Judgments and a Geographical Entity’s Shape Connected in Cognitive Mapping
Representations of an Urban Ethnic Neighbourhood: Residents’ Cognitive Boundaries of Koreatown, Los Angeles
CRYSTAL JI-HYE BAE and DANIEL R. MONTELLO
Rotational Locomotion in Large-Scale Environments: A Survey and Implications for Evidence-Based Design Practice
VASILIKI KONDYLI and MEHUL BHATT
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