GENERAL: Mental Maps or Wayfinding.

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Look also for work by Romedi Passini (School of Architecture,
University of Montreal) on wayfinding: taking mental maps a
step further to examine how people use them to get around. See
_Wayfinding in Architecture_ (Van Nostrand Reinhold) and, more
recently, _Wayfinding_ <with subtitle I've forgotten>, co-authored
by Paul Arthur (of Toronto, who has developed systems of signage
for wayfinding), published by McGraw-Hill.

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