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Cognitive Mapping

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A ‘cognitive map’ is an internal representation of how individuals have made sense of the world around them. Humans use them to help them navigate the physical structure of places and to find their way—literally—in the world. They also use them to assist them in handling information and recognizing patterns, situations, places and symbols while navigating, ...

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