Eye tracking, strategies, and sex differences in virtual navigation

  title={Eye tracking, strategies, and sex differences in virtual navigation},
  author={Nicolas E. Andersen and Louisa Dahmani and Kyoko Konishi and Veronique D. Bohbot},
  journal={Neurobiology of Learning and Memory},
Reports of sex differences in wayfinding have typically used paradigms sensitive to the female advantage (navigation by landmarks) or sensitive to the male advantage (navigation by cardinal directions, Euclidian coordinates, environmental geometry, and absolute distances). The current virtual navigation paradigm allowed both men and women an equal advantage. We studied sex differences by systematically varying the number of landmarks. Eye tracking was used to quantify sex differences in… CONTINUE READING
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