A mental map is a geographical template that we have built in our minds through repeated trips to familiar places.
A mental map is a blueprint in your mind of a specific thing, place and how to interact with it. It is reinforced through repeated exposure.
A mental map is a map that is formed in our minds by continuously going to places that we use to get to those places or that we can use to tell someone else how to get there or to help someone who is lost find the way to where they are going.
A mental map is an imprinted pattern that we develop in our minds from repeated trips to familiar places. If we cannot physically travel to the places we want to learn about, we can generate these mental sketches through repeatedly studying maps and other relevant information.
It is a map of places that we develop through repeat visits either in person or through repeat viewings of physical maps.
It is a map within our minds that comes about from repeated trips to our familiar places.
Our mental map is the geographical template we’ve built in our mind through repeated trips to familiar places.
A map of the land of Israel in our head, with important locations and events associating with it. So when you hear the name, you right away know exactly where it is and what were happening there…also what places are near by, the roads connecting places, and the mountains, and the rivers…
A mental map is a geographical template we develop in our minds by making repeated visits to familiar places. For example, the routes to our office, departmental store, supermarket, church, or recreational places.