In this experiment, we will test whether locations with the same spatial distance are judged closer when the owners have a close social relationship than when they have a more distant social relationship, and whether the pair with closer social relationship will be represented closer in memory. In previous unpublished experiments, we found that color similarity can bias judgments of spatial distance. This study is directly analogous to our previous studies and uses the same method, except that social similarity will be manipulated rather than color similarity. We also did a previous experiment that manipulated social distance and observed effects on judgments of spatial distance. However, social similarity was confounded with color similarity in our previous experiment, so we do not know whether social similarity contributed to the biases. The present experiment will selective manipulate social proximity to test whether this will also cause biases in distance judgments.