Spatial dimensions of social thought

De Gruyter now published our book Spatial dimensions of social thought – edited with Anne Maass.

Table of contents

Introduction: The interrelation of spatial and social cognition
Thomas W. Schubert and Anne Maass

Section A
Spatial dimensions and social thought

Spatial thought, social thought
Barbara Tversky

Flexible foundations of abstract thought: A review and a theory
Julio Santiago, Antonio Román, and Marc Ouellet

Estimates of spatial distance: A Construal Level Theory perspective
Nira Liberman and Jens Förster

Embodiment in affective space: Social influences on spatial perception
Simone Schnall

More than a metaphor: How the understanding of power is grounded in experience
Thomas W. Schubert, Sven Waldzus, and Beate Seibt

Section B
Horizontal asymmetries and social thought

Directional asymmetries in cognition: What is left to write about?
Anjan Chatterjee

Understanding spatial bias in face perception and memory
Nuala Brady

Asymmetries in representational drawing: Alternatives to a laterality account
Jyotsna Vaid

Cultural and biological interaction in visuospatial organization
Sylvie Chokron, Seta Kazandjian, and Maria De Agostini

Aesthetic asymmetries, spatial agency and art history: A social psychological perspective
Caterina Suitner and Chris McManus

Writing direction, agency and gender stereotyping: An embodied connection
Caterina Suitner and Anne Maass

Who is the second (graphed) sex and why? The meaning of order in graphs of gender differences
Peter Hegarty and Anthony F. Lemieux


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