Rotational error in path integration: encoding and execution errors in angle reproduction

Abstract

Path integration is fundamental to human navigation. When a navigator leaves home on a complex outbound path, they are able to keep track of their approximate position and orientation and return to their starting location on a direct homebound path. However, there are several sources of error during path integration. Previous research has focused almost… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-017-4910-y

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@article{Chrastil2017RotationalEI, title={Rotational error in path integration: encoding and execution errors in angle reproduction}, author={Elizabeth R. Chrastil and William H. Warren}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={2017}, volume={235}, pages={1885-1897} }