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Nature Neuroscience 3 404 408 . D F Halpern 1996 Sex, brains, hands and spatial cognition

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. Modelling wayfinding in public transport: network space and scene space, in: Freksa C., Knauff M., Krieg-Brückner B., Nebel B., Barkowsky T. (Eds.) Spatial Cognition IV, Reasoning, Action, Interaction , Springer, Heidelberg, 2005, pp. 24

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Authors: János Kállai, György Révész, Mónika Hartman, Kázmér Karádi and György Kóczán

351 360 Shepard, R. N. (1988) The role of transformations in spatial cognition. In Stiles-Davis, J., Kritchevsky, M., Bellugi, A. (eds) Spatial Cognition, Brain Bases and

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. COUCLEIS, H., GOLLEDGE, N., GALE, N., TOBLER, W. (1987) Exploring the anchor-point hypothesis of spatial cognition. Journal of environmental psychology, 7 , 99-122. Exploring the anchor-point hypothesis of spatial cognition

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. (Eds.), Spatial Cognition VII. LNAI 6222 ( 207 – 221 ). Berlin : Springer Verlag . MORRIS , R. G. M. ( 1984 ). Development of a

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SHUM, S. (1990) Real and virtual spaces: Mapping from spatial cognition to hypertext. Hypermedia, (2)2 , 133-158. Real and virtual spaces: Mapping from spatial cognition to hypertext. 2

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: Spatial cognition and memory: a reversible lesion with lidocaine into the anteromedial/posterior parietal cortex (AM/PPC) affects differently working and long-term memory on two foraging tasks. Biol. Res. 39, 601–609 (2006) Herrera

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KLATZKY, R. L. (1998) Allocentric and egocentric spatial representations: Definitions, distinctions and interconnections. In Freksa, Ch., Habel, Ch., Wender, K. F. (eds) Spatial cognition. An interdisciplinar approach to representing and processing

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Geary, D. C. (1995a): Sexual selection and sex differences in spatial cognition. Learning and Individual Differences, 7 (4), 289-301. Sexual selection and sex differences in spatial cognition

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14 21 THINUS-BLANC, C. (1996) Animal Spatial Cognition: Behavioural and Brain Approach. World Scientific Publishing Co., London

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