Rebecca Parnell

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This article outlines experimental work investigating the way that people encode vertical as well as horizontal spatial information from exploration of virtual environments (VEs). We present two studies using simple multi level VEs that provide novel evidence for a vertical asymmetry in spatial memory, where downward spatial judgments are more accurate than(More)
Lesion studies have suggested that the prefrontal cortex is involved in memory for contextual details surrounding the prior observation of objects or events, but it is unknown whether it is crucial for encoding details about the location at which cues are experienced, or for recall of that information. We used intracranial infusions of the GABA(A) receptor(More)
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