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The ability to represent one's orientation (i.e. heading) relative to a fixed reference frame is an essential component of spatial cognition. In a previous study (Marchette et al., 2014), we found that subjects use local environmental boundaries (i.e. walls) to anchor their sense of direction when they re-instantiate spatial views from a newly-learned… (More)