Publications

Ishikawa, T. (2016). Spatial thinking in geographic information science: Students' geospatial conceptions, map-based reasoning, and spatial visualization ability. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 106, 76–95.

He, G., Ishikawa, T., & Takemiya, M. (2015). Collaborative navigation in an unfamiliar environment with people having different spatial aptitudes. Spatial Cognition and Computation, 15, 285–307.

Takemiya, M., Ishikawa, T., & He, G. (2015). Guide me through somewhere important: Decision-point salience and collaborative navigation. Proceedings of the 23rd ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM SIGSPATIAL 2015), Article No. 71.

Yang, H.-Y., & Ishikawa, T. (2015). Arrangements of dwelling units and the perceptions of personal space and residential familiarity. Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 50(3), 303–308. (in Japanese)

Kawauchi, M., & Ishikawa, T. (2015). Active older people's motivation to go out and its relationship with their travel behavior. Planning Administration, 38(3), 49–54. (in Japanese)

Ishikawa, T. (2014). Spatial concepts: Sensitivity to changes in geometric properties in environmental and figural perception. In C. Freksa, B. Nebel, M. Hegarty, & T. Barkowsky (Eds.), Spatial cognition IX (pp. 338–353). Berlin: Springer (Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 8684).

Wen, W., Ishikawa, T., & Sato, T. (2014). Instruction of verbal and spatial strategies for the learning about large-scale spaces. Learning and Individual Differences, 35, 15–21.

Ishikawa, T., & Takahashi, K. (2014). Relationships between methods for presenting information on navigation tools and users' wayfinding behavior. Cartographic Perspectives, 75, 17–28.

Maruya, K., Ishikawa, T., & Asami, Y. (2014). Relationships between the tendency to settle down and residential satisfaction for elderly people in the suburb: A case study in Kashiwa City. Urban Housing Sciences, 84, 82–89. (in Japanese; awarded the Annual Best Paper Award)

Ishikawa, T. (2013). Spatial primitives from a cognitive perspective: Sensitivity to changes in various geometric properties. In T. Tenbrink, J. Stell, A. Galton, & Z. Wood (Eds.), Spatial information theory (pp. 1–13). Berlin: Springer (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8116).

Takemiya, M., & Ishikawa, T. (2013). Strategy-based dynamic real-time route prediction. In T. Tenbrink, J. Stell, A. Galton, & Z. Wood (Eds.), Spatial information theory (pp. 149–168). Berlin: Springer (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8116).

Ishikawa, T. (2013). Retention of memory for large-scale spaces. Memory, 21, 807–817.

Ishikawa, T. (2013). Geospatial thinking and spatial ability: An empirical examination of knowledge and reasoning in geographical science. The Professional Geographer, 65, 636–646.

Wen, W., Ishikawa, T., & Sato, T. (2013). Individual differences in the encoding processes of egocentric and allocentric survey knowledge. Cognitive Science, 37, 176–192.

Gao, X., Asami, Y., Zhou, Y., & Ishikawa, T. (2013). Preferences for floor plans of medium-sized apartments: A survey analysis in Beijing, China. Housing Studies, 28, 429–452.

Ishikawa, T., & Asami, Y. (2013). Residents' psychological evaluation of mixed land use in residential areas. Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 48(3), 909–914. (in Japanese; awarded the Annual Best Paper Award)

Ishikawa, T., & Asami, Y. (2013). Residents' perception of the quality of urban living and attitudes toward mixed land use. Urban Housing Sciences, 81, 91–107. (in Japanese; awarded the Annual Best Paper Award)

Ishikawa, T., & Asami, Y. (2013). Urban residents' perception and evaluation of land-use and dimensional regulations: Effects of reducing unpleasant factors and the possibility of performance-based regulation. Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 48(1), 1–8. (in Japanese)

Ishikawa, T., & Asami, Y. (2012). Perception of the quality of urban living and residential satisfaction: In relation to residential characteristics, human values, and physical environments. Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 47(3), 811–816. (in Japanese)

Ishikawa, T. (2012). Content analysis of textbooks in urban planning. Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering, 679, 2137–2142. (in Japanese)

Takahashi, K., Ishikawa, T., Sadahiro, Y., & Asami, Y. (2012). Effects of arcaded streets on facilitating elderly people's rainy day shopping behavior. Planning Administration, 35(3), 37–43. (in Japanese)

Takemiya, M., Richter, K.-F., & Ishikawa, T. (2012). Linking cognitive and computational salience in route information. In C. Stachniss, K. Schill, & D. Uttal (Eds.), Spatial cognition VIII (pp. 386–404). Berlin: Springer (Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 7463).

Takemiya, M., & Ishikawa, T. (2012). Computationally determining the salience of decision points for real-time wayfinding support. Journal of Spatial Information Science, 4, 57–83.

Ishikawa, T., & Nakamura, U. (2012). Landmark selection in the environment: Relationships with object characteristics and sense of direction. Spatial Cognition and Computation, 12, 1–22.

Suzuki, T., Ishikawa, T., Sadahiro, Y., & Asami, Y. (2011). Effects of urban facilities on the development of residents' place attachment. Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 46(2), 117–123. (in Japanese)

Hikida, A., & Ishikawa, T. (2011). Elderly people's spatial behavior in terms of the ability to interrelate maps and real spaces. Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 46(2), 124–130. (in Japanese)

Takemiya, M., & Ishikawa, T. (2011). I can tell by the way you use your walk: Real-time classification of wayfinding performance. In M. Egenhofer, N. Giudice, R. Moratz, & M. Worboys (Eds.), Spatial information theory (pp. 90–109). Berlin: Springer (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6899).

Wen, W., Ishikawa, T., & Sato, T. (2011). Working memory in spatial knowledge acquisition: Differences in encoding processes and sense of direction. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, 654–662.

Ishikawa, T., Barnston, A. G., Kastens, K. A., & Louchouarn, P. (2011). Understanding, evaluation, and use of climate forecast data by environmental policy students. In A. D. Feig & A. Stokes (Eds.), Qualitative inquiry in geoscience education research (pp. 153–170). Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America (Special Paper 474).

Ishikawa, T., Nakata, S., & Asami, Y. (2011). Perception and conceptualization of house floor plans: An experimental analysis. Environment and Behavior, 43, 233–251.

Ishikawa, T., Murasawa, K., & Okabe, A. (2009). Wayfinding and art viewing by users of a mobile system and a guidebook. Journal of Location Based Services, 3, 277–293.

Ishikawa, T., & Yamazaki, T. (2009). Showing where to go by maps or pictures: An empirical case study at subway exits. In K. S. Hornsby, C. Claramunt, M. Denis, & G. Ligozat (Eds.), Spatial information theory (pp. 330–341). Berlin: Springer (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5756).

Ishikawa, T., & Kiyomoto, M. (2008). Turn to the left or to the west: Verbal navigational directions in relative and absolute frames of reference. In T. J. Cova, H. J. Miller, K. Beard, A. U. Frank, & M. F. Goodchild (Eds.), Geographic information science (pp. 119–132). Berlin: Springer (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5266).

Ishikawa, T., Fujiwara, H., Imai, O., & Okabe, A. (2008). Wayfinding with a GPS-based mobile navigation system: A comparison with maps and direct experience. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 28, 74–82.

Ishikawa, T., & Montello, D. R. (2006). Spatial knowledge acquisition from direct experience in the environment: Individual differences in the development of metric knowledge and the integration of separately learned places. Cognitive Psychology, 52, 93–129.

Hegarty, M., Montello, D. R., Richardson, A. E., Ishikawa, T., & Lovelace, K. (2006). Spatial abilities at different scales: Individual differences in aptitude-test performance and spatial-layout learning. Intelligence, 34, 151–176.

Kastens, K. A., & Ishikawa, T. (2006). Spatial thinking in the geosciences and cognitive sciences: A cross-disciplinary look at the intersection of the two fields. In C. A. Manduca & D. W. Mogk (Eds.), Earth and mind: How geologists think and learn about the Earth (pp. 53–76). Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America (Special Paper 413).

Ishikawa, T., Barnston, A. G., Kastens, K. A., Louchouarn, P., & Ropelewski, C. F. (2005). Climate forecast maps as a communication and decision-support tool: An empirical test with prospective policy makers. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 32, 3–16.

Ishikawa, T., & Kastens, K. A. (2005). Why some students have trouble with maps and other spatial representations. Journal of Geoscience Education, 53, 184–197.

Ishikawa, T., Okabe, A., Sadahiro, Y., & Kakumoto, S. (1998). An experimental analysis of the perception of the area of an open space using 3-D stereo dynamic graphics. Environment and Behavior, 30, 216–234.

Ishikawa, T., Okabe, A., Sadahiro, Y., & Kakumoto, S. (1995). A study on the cognition of open space using 3-D stereo GIS. Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering, 30, 216–234. (in Japanese)

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