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In this exercise, the user must identify their location in space. The user must analyze and deduce the observer’s location on a map according to what they see and then deduce what the user sees according to the location on a map.
Spatial reasoning is the primary cognitive skill targeted in this exercise. Still, the user will need attention to detail and working memory to successfully place themselves within the picture.
The parietal lobe integrates sensory information from different modalities, particularly determining spatial sense and navigation. This enables regions of the parietal cortex to map objects perceived visually into body coordinate positions. The parietal lobe involves functions such as discriminating between sensory stimuli, locating and recognizing parts of the body, and spatial orientation.
Location, distance, direction, and perspective are characteristics of spatial orientation that affect how we gather, process, and express information. When attempting to locate ourselves on a map, we primarily use skills from points of view. We must take the 3D information and rely on the 2D map to navigate appropriately.
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