Look up: Human adults use vertical height cues in reorientation

Numerous studies have shown that people and other animals readily use horizontal geometry (distance and directional information) to reorient, and these cues sometimes dominate over other cues when reorienting in navigable environments. Our study investigated whether horizontal cues (distance/angle)...

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Journal Title: Memory & Cognition
Authors and Corporations: Du, Yu
In: Memory & Cognition, 44, 2016, 8, p. 1277-1287
Type of Resource: E-Article
Springer US