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Velichkovsky . . , Blinnikova I. V. , Lapin Ye. A.
Representation of real and imaginary space

Proceeding from the data found in scientific literature and works of fiction, and from their own experiments the authors speculate on possible mechanisms of mental representation of spatial information. Cognitive maps are considered in terms of cognitive, perceptual, and thinking processes. Language means relevant to the control over development and unfolding of mental spatial imagery are also discussed.