Spatial Ability: Disorders that should be a priority

Main Article Content

อารีย์ หาญสมศักดิ์กุล เสรี ชัดแช้ม

Abstract

         Spatial ability is the ability to recognize images in a matter of looking. The
visionary sensory relationship with the things around you, causing concepts to distinguish
colors, shape, morphology, texture depth dimensions, width, length, thickness and is
one of the capabilities of multiple intelligences (Carroll,. 1993; Gardner, 2011; McGee,
1979) A recent study showed that spatial with a focus on development in various
felds such as visual imagery in the hearts linked basic developmental other aspects
of daily life (Katsioloudis & Jovanovic, 2014) through a presentation of how the spatial
variety of ways. The authors review the theoretical articles and research related to the
causes and important way to develop spatial ability. Shows that it is important that
people should pay attention. This defect is necessary that it should be developed
for those who have impaired spatial learning and what can be done around the full
potential with age.

Keywords

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

Article Details

Section
บทความวิชาการ (Academic Paper)

References

วัฒนารี อัมมวรรธน์ และเสรี ชัดแช้ม. (2559). กรอบคิดเชิงทฤษฎีและมุมมองใหม่เพื่อพัฒนาเด็ก
ที่มีความบกพร่องด้านการอ่าน. วารสารสงขลานครินทร์, 34, 211-221.
มุกดา หนุ่ยศรี. (2016). การป้องกันภาวะสมองเสื่อม. วารสารพยาบาลตำารวจ, 8(1), 227-240.
สุภาพร ศรีหามี. (2014). ผลการใช้โปรแกรมฝึกการวาดรูปทรงเรขาคณิตสำาหรับเพิ่มความสามารถ
ด้านมิติสัมพันธ์ของนักเรียนชั้นมัธยมศึกษาตอนปลาย. Journal of Rajanagarindra,
11(26), 23-28.
Baenninger, M., & Newcombe, N. (1995). Environmental input to the development
of sex-related differences in spatial and mathematical ability. Learning
and Individual Differences, 7(4), 363-379.
Bhattacharya, J., & Petsche, H. (2002). Shadows of artistry: cortical synchrony during
perception and imagery of visual art. Cognitive Brain Research, 13(2), 179-186.
Carroll, J. B. (1993). Human cognitive abilities: A survey of factor-analytic studies:
Cambridge University Press.
Chen, M., Zhang, Y., & Zhang, Y. (2014). Effects of a 3D printing course on mental
rotation ability among 10-year-old primary students. International Journal
of Psychophysiology, 2(94), 240.
Dominguez, M. G., Martin-Gutierrez, J., Gonzalez, C. R., & Corredeaguas, C. M. M. (2012).
Methodologies and Tools to Improve Spatial Ability. Procedia - Social and
Behavioral Sciences, 51, 736-744. doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.08.233
Ekstrom, R. B., French, J. W., Harman, H. H., & Dermen, D. (1976). Manual for kit of
factor-referenced cognitive tests. Princeton, NJ: Educational testing service.
Gardner, H. (2011). Frames of mind: The theory of multiple intelligences: Basic books.
Guzel, N., & Sener, E. (2009). High school students’ spatial ability and creativity
in geometry. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 1(1), 1763-1766.
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2009.01.312
Hegarty, M. (2004). Mechanical reasoning by mental simulation. Trends in cognitive
sciences, 8(6), 280-285.
Hegarty, M. (2010). Components of spatial intelligence. Psychology of Learning
and Motivation, 52, 265-297.
Hegarty, M., Keehner, M., Cohen, C., Montello, D. R., & Lippa, Y. (2007). The role of
spatial cognition in medicine: Applications for selecting and training
professionals. Applied spatial cognition, 285-315.
Huk, T. (2006). Who benefts from learning with 3D models? The case of spatial ability.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 22(6), 392-404.
Jakubowski, E., & Unal, H. (2004). Promoting and awakening mathematical creativity.
Paper presented at the Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual
Meeting.
Katsioloudis, P. J., & Jovanovic, V. (2014). Spatial Visualization Ability and Impact of
Drafting Models: A Quasi Experimental Study. Engineering Design Graphics
Journal, 78(2).
Kozhevnikov, M., Motes, M. A., & Hegarty, M. (2007). Spatial visualization in physics
problem solving. Cognitive Science, 31(4), 549-579.
McGee, M. G. (1979). Human spatial abilities: psychometric studies and environmental,
genetic, hormonal, and neurological influences. Psychological bulletin,
86(5), 889.
Messinger, P. R., Stroulia, E., Lyons, K., Bone, M., Niu, R. H., Smirnov, K., & Perelgut,
S. (2009). Virtual worlds—past, present, and future: New directions in social
computing. Decision Support Systems, 47(3), 204-228.
Presmeg, N. C. (2006). Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics.
Handbook of research on the psychology of mathematics education, 205-235.
Raf, A., Anuar, K., Samad, A., Hayati, M., & Mahadzir, M. (2005). Improving spatial ability
using a Web-based Virtual Environment (WbVE). Automation in Construction,
14(6), 707-715. doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2004.12.003
Rauscher, F. H. (2003). Can Music Instruction Affect Children’s Cognitive Development?.
ERIC Digest.
Terlecki, M. S., Newcombe, N. S., & Little, M. (2008). Durable and generalized effects
of spatial experience on mental rotation: Gender differences in growth patterns.
Applied cognitive psychology, 22(7), 996-1013.
Vandenberg, S. G., & Kuse, A. R. (1978). Mental rotations, a group test of threedimensional
spatial visualization. Perceptual and motor skills.
Wright, R., Thompson, W. L., Ganis, G., Newcombe, N. S., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2008). Training
generalized spatial skills. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15(4), 763-771.