The concept of spatial organization

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The concept of spatial organization

Organization of informationHuman or physical lines, areas and volumesWhy descriptive elementsBiological and abiotic components

The concept of spatial organization

Effective spatial organization and communication Blueprint for actionStructure and order of informationCharacter developmentHuman survival and material flow


Trends in human perceptionsTypes of dominant flowsInfluence of strategy on structure


Data processing and meaningful patternsFormation of mental imagesGiving information to vague informationMaintaining space orientationCoping of information

How spatial organization affects visual perception

Material arrangement in spaceAcquisition of visual detailsReading of visual informationRemembering lettered informationComprehension of mathematical concepts


Psychology and human mindLimitation of human behaviorPerceptions and behavior

How perception influences behavior

Evading “foolish” behaviorAccommodating others’ perceptionsDiminishing of goals and ambitionsCharacter development and goal hunting


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