• Virtual reality simulation
  • Remote hunter gatherer tribe

Spatial Reasoning

We aim to understand how people reason with spatial information. We are interested in the influence of visual information in spatial reasoning and utilizing systematic changes in visual information to infer cognitive processes associated with visuospatial information.


Topics
navigation, spatial abilities, remote hunter gatherer tribes, WEIRD (Western, educated, industrialized, rich and democratic) populations, VR
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Sex differences in virtual navigation influenced by scale and navigation experience

Citation: Padilla, L., Creem-Regehr, S. H., Stefanucci, J. K., & Cashdan, E. A. (2017). Sex differences in virtual navigation influenced by scale and navigation experience. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 24(2), 582-590.

*Downloads: Data, large-scale experiment or small-scale experiment, email for additional instructions if you want to use these tasks. Supplementary Materials.
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Mobility and Navigation among the Yucatec Maya

Citation: Cashdan, E., Kramer, K. L., Davis, H. E., Padilla, L., & Greaves, R. D. (2016). Mobility and Navigation among the Yucatec Maya. Human Nature, 27(1), 35-50.
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Sex differences in mobility and spatial cognition

Citation: Vashro, L., Padilla, L., & Cashdan, E. (2016). Sex differences in mobility and spatial cognition. Human Nature, 27(1), 16-34.