Articles by Daniel R. Montello
Daniel R. Montello is a professor of geography and affiliated professor of psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he has been on the faculty since 1992. Dan has published widely on spatial, environmental, and geographic perception, cognition, affect, and behavior. He co-edits the journal Spatial Cognition and Computation.
Geographic Orientation & Disorientation: Getting Lost and Getting Found in Real and Information Spaces
To reduce problems of navigational disorientation, incorporate different sets of orientation factors and accommodate the needs and abilities of all users. [Read More]