Possible references for the independent projects (on reserve in Health Science Library)
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Maguire, E.A., Burgess, N., & O'Keefe, J. (1999). Human spatial navigation: cognitive maps, sexual dimorphism, and neural substrates. Curr Opin Neurobiol, 9(2), 171-177.
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Astur, R.S., Ortiz, M.L., & Sutherland, R.J. (1998). A characterization of performance by men and women in a virtual Morris water task: a large and reliable sex difference. Behav Brain Res, 93(1-2), 185-190.
Sandstrom, N.J., Kaufman, J., & Huettel, S.A. (1998). Males and females use different distal cues in a virtual environment navigation task. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 6(4), 351-360.
May, M., Peruch, P., & Savoyant, A. (1995). Navigating in a virtual environment with map-acquired knowledge: Encoding and alignment effects. Ecological Psychology, 7(1), 21-36.
Tlauka, M., & Wilson, P.N. (1996). Orientation-free representations from navigation through a computer-simulated environment. Environment and Behavior, 28(5), 647-664.
Wilson, P.N. (1999). Active exploration of a virtual environment does not promote orientation or memory for objects. Environment and Behavior, 31(6), 752-763.
Moffat, S.D., Hampson, E., & Hatzipantelis, M. (1998). Navigation in a "virtual" maze: Sex differences and correlation with psychometric measures of spatial ability in humans. Evolution and Human Behavior, 19(2), 73-87.
Grant, S.C., & Magee, L.E. (1998). Contributions of proprioception to navigation in virtual environments. Hum Factors, 40(3), 489-497.
Wilson, P.N., Foreman, N., & Tlauka, M. (1997). Transfer of spatial information from a virtual to a real environment. Human Factors, 39(4), 526-531.
Witmer, B.G., & Sadowski, W.J.J. (1998). Nonvisually guided locomotion to a previously viewed target in real and virtual environments. Human Factors, 40(3), 478-488.
Gillner, S., & Mallot, H.A. (1998). Navigation and acquisition of spatial knowledge in a virtual maze. J Cogn Neurosci, 10(4), 445-463.
Richardson, A.E., Montello, D.R., & Hegarty, M. (1999). Spatial knowledge acquisition from maps and from navigation in real and virtual environments. Mem Cognit, 27(4), 741-750.