1. Current Trends in Cognitive Cartography
1.1 Symbol Design
1.3 Audio-visual Approaches
1.4 3D / Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)
1.5 Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI)
2. Current and Potential Methods
2.1 Behavioral Methods
2.2 Eye-Tracking Methods
2.3 Neuroscience Methods
3. Future Challenge of Cognitive Cartography
Current Approaches to Cognitive Cartography, Volume Nine emphasizes the growing importance of understanding cognitive structures in the use of modern cartographic media, a topic frequently expressed in current papers published by cartographers. Investigating cognitive impacts on map use requires established methods of experimental sciences to derive robust and reliable messages for the formation of theory in cartography Throughout the last decade, the international cartographic community has regularly highlighted the relevance of experimental studies for the future of a user-centered cartography. This book brings together current developments in the field of a user-oriented cognitive cartography.
- Brings together current developments in the field of user-oriented cognitive cartography
- Provides research reviews that summarize recent findings
- Offers future perspectives on methods by experts in neuroscience and cognitive psychology
Students or researchers in cartography, geography, spatial cognition, cognitive psychology, neuroscience
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st April 2021
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Dr Dennis Edler is a senior lecturer (permanent staff member) at the Geography Department of the Ruhr-University Bochum (RUB). Since 2012, he has been working on research projects linking key questions of cartography with theoretical approaches of cognitive psychology and methods of experimental psychology. In 2017, he was invited guest editor of a special issue “Methods and Applications of Empirical Cartography” (Journal: Kartographische Nachrichten – Journal of Cartography and Geographic Information).
Senior Lecturer, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Dr Frank Dickmann is Professor of Cartography and GI Science at the Geography Department of Ruhr-University Bochum (RUB). Since 2007, he has supervised many research projects on cognitive visualization topics. He and his team published many international papers in the field of cognitive cartography.
Professor, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany