Animal Navigation A Synthesis

@inproceedings{Wiener2011AnimalNA,
  title={Animal Navigation A Synthesis},
  author={Jan M. Wiener and Sara J. Shettleworth and Verner P. Bingman and Ken Cheng and Susan Healy and Lucia F. Jacobs and Kathryn J. Jeffery and Hanspeter A. Mallot and Randolf Menzel and Nora S. Newcombe},
  year={2011}
}
Navigation, the ability to organize behavior adaptively to move from one place to another, appeared early in the evolution of animals and occurs in all mobile species. At the simplest level, navigation may require only movement toward or away from a stimulus, but at a more sophisticated level, it involves the formation of complex internal representations of the environment, the subject’s position within it, the location of goals, the various routes from current position to goal and possible… CONTINUE READING
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