Moviéndose con la mente y el cuerpo: entendiendo la diferencia entre planear y realizar rutas en el espacio construido


Fractal : Revista de Psicologia




This paper is concerned with route behavior in people. Specifically, it aims to better understand whether people follow routes planned in advance, and whether these routes are identical irrespective of the direction of travel. A total of 42 participants (27 belonging to UTFSM and 15 from outside) were asked to trace routed between a pair of points in a map of the campus. After that, they were brought to these places and asked to physically navigate these routes. The main results showed that planned routes were not necessarily employed in real-world scenarios, and that people often changed routes depending on the direction of travel. These results suggest that route choice criteria are somehow dependant on contextual information.

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