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Reflections on Recent Cognitive Behavioural Research with an Emphasis on Research in the United States of America

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In this paper, I reflect on some of the more recent trends in cognitive behavioural research that includes work by geographers. In particular, I examine recent work on spatial decision-making in the context of Intelligent Transportation Systems and Smart Environments, spatial cognition and human wayfinding behaviour, contributions to Geographic Information Science, and embellishing activity approaches that focus on episodic human behaviours. The paper emphasises that much of this research is multidisciplinary and that much of it is published in non-geography journals. The paper concludes with some thoughts about future research directions, together with comments on how this research may influence the teaching and use of geographic concepts.

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ATISAdvanced Traveller Information Systems

CPMComputational Process Models

CRTCathode Ray Tube

DLDigital Library

GISGeographic Information System

GIScGeographic Information Science

GPSGlobal Positioning Systems

ITSIntelligent Transportation Systems

UCSBUniversity of California Santa Barbara

VEVirtual Environments
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Keywords: Intelligent Transport Systems; activity analysis; cognitive behavioural; cognitive map; spatial cognition; wayfinding

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of California Santa Barbara

Publication date: 2003-07-01

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