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Effects of age on navigation strategy
Age differences in navigation strategies have been demonstrated in animals, with aged animals more likely to prefer an egocentric (route) strategy and younger animals more likely to prefer anExpand
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Verrucous carcinoma of the foot, not your typical plantar wart: a case study.
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Verrucous carcinoma of the foot is often misdiagnosed initially as plantar warts. Delayed diagnostic treatments with the use of optimal biopsy techniques may result inExpand
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Age differences in virtual environment and real world path integration
Accurate path integration (PI) requires the integration of visual, proprioceptive, and vestibular self-motion cues and age effects associated with alterations in processing information from theseExpand
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Navigation strategy as a predictor of navigation performance
Navigation strategy as a predictor of navigation performance M. Kirk Rodgers (az7141@wayne.edu) Institute of Gerontology, 87 E. Ferry St. Detroit, MI 48201 USA Joseph A. Sindone, IIIExpand
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