Using bidimensional regression to analyse cognitive maps


Kitchin, Rob (1993) Using bidimensional regression to analyse cognitive maps. Swansea Geographer, 30. pp. 33-50. ISSN 0081-9980

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Abstract

Biodimensional regression is an analytical technique that allows the comparison of two sets of paired coordinate points, determining whether they are spatially correlated. It is a useful technique in cognitive mapping because it can be used to measure the association between where a subject thinks a place is and where that place is in reality. As such it determines the degree of configurational knowledge (knowledge of the relative positions of places) a subject possesses, as displayed in the spatial products (external representations of their everyday geographic knowledge, such as sketch maps) the provided in experiments.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: bidimensional regression; analysis; cognitive maps; cognitive mapping;
Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Geography
Faculty of Social Sciences > Research Institutes > National Institute for Regional and Spatial analysis, NIRSA
Item ID: 7252
Depositing User: Prof. Rob Kitchin
Date Deposited: 16 Aug 2016 13:43
Journal or Publication Title: Swansea Geographer
Publisher: Geographical Society, University College of Swansea
Refereed: Yes
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