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Spatial Biases in Perception and Cognition

Spatial Biases in Perception and Cognition

What is a spatial bias? This can be most easily understood if we consider each of the words in the term. First, “spatial” refers to configurations of or distances between objects in the environment. Its use in the term “spatial bias” fits our everyday conception of what we mean by “space,” but also goes considerably beyond our everyday conception to include stimuli that might not initially be considered spatial. For example, we might think of different auditory pitches as being located in an auditory space (e.g., height on a musical staff ) or...

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