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Visuelle Raumwahrnehmung und Raumoperationen

  • G. Kerkhoff
Part of the Rehabilitation und Prävention book series (REHABILITATION, volume 19)

Zusammenfassung

Der Begriff visuelle Raumwahrnehmung umfaßt visuell-räumliche Basisleistungen, die nach unserem Verständnis als grundlegende Leistungen in der Wahrnehmung visuell-räumlicher Sachverhalte angesehen werden können.

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