“Have you ever been so confused by the complexity of a map, chart or diagram, that you didn't know where to begin to make sense of it?
If so, you may be a victim of "map shock" or "visual shock", according to Donald F. Dansereau, Ph.D., of Texas Christian University. Don is Professor of Psychology and Senior Research Scientist in the Institute of Behavioral Research at TCU, and teaches graduate statistics and cognitive psychology.”
Read on in “Map shock.”
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