35) The neglected hemifield may be egocentric (defined relative to the head/trunk), allocentric
(concerning spatial relationships between objects) or object-centred (half of individual objects are neglected).
You've just turned an allocentric
Development of egocentric and allocentric
spatial representations from childhood to elderly age.
We can find evidence for the operational distinction between self-reference (egocentric/coupled) and allocentric
Rousseau in this respect had stated that "nature is dead unless animated by the fires of love"--those fires were not, as is now apparent, channeled too much in the allocentric
direction of nature, the result being the rise of an urban mainly egocentric culture that led humanity to often insoluble psychological troubles and arresting ecological deadlocks.
By comparing a Turkish and an American student sample, another study investigated cultural variations in the relationship between psychopathology and an allocentric
versus idiocentric tendencies: Convergent and discriminant validation.
and egocentric distance estimates in parkinson disease," Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, vol.
In their model, the external sensory input encodes distances to perceived landmarks as well as allocentric
bearings to them, and VPC's external receptiveness is formed by a product of Gaussian functions.
The motivation of participant, the influence of specific motor experience, the type of task, the presence of any allocentric
frame of reference, and the number of trials allowed per task are some of the factors that may have contributed to the discrepancy between estimated and actual FMS.
15) In general it can be said that collectivist cultures have more allocentric
people in them, while individualistic cultures have more ideocentric people in them.
Typically, such scholars treat collectivism as a single, unified cultural manifestation, addressing little or no variation amongst collectivists, or allocentric
individuals (Triandis, 1994).