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Unformatted text preview: elow is a s am ple res pons e that would rec eive full points , and that als o ac c urately reflec ts the c ontent of
the readings . If you are uns ure about one of your ans wers , talk to the TAs or Prof. Bergen during offic e
hours or dis c us s ion s ec tion. Q1. In your own words, de scribe what a frame of re fe re nce is (1 se nte nce ). In an additional
se nte nce , distinguish be twe e n ge oce ntric and e goce ntric frame s of re fe re nce .
Fram es of referenc e repres ent the c oordinate s ys tem that individuals im pos e on their perc eption of the
world. This c an be done via geoc entric fram es of referenc e (where the c oordinate s ys tem is anc hored to
the outs ide world, s uc h as north/s outh or s alient landm arks ) or egoc entric fram es of referenc e (where the
c oordinate s ys tem is tied to your pers pec tive, often utiliz ing left/right term inology).
Q2. What was the ov e rall purpose of the studie s de scribe d in this article (1 se nte nce )? De...
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