This project investigates incidental spatial learning and its accompanying neuronal correlates during navigation with modified navigation instructions. The experimental approach includes one-trial learning and incidental training of navigators over an extended period of time as well as a paradigm shift from stationary laboratory setups to a field setting allowing the participant to naturally move through the real world.
Wunderlich, A., Grieger, S., & Gramann, K. (2022). Landmark information included in turn-by-turn instructions induce incidental acquisition of lasting route knowledge. Spatial Cognition & Computation, 1-26.
Wunderlich, A., & Gramann, K. (2021). Landmark-based navigation instructions improve incidental spatial knowledge acquisition in real-world environments. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 77, 101677.
Wunderlich, A. & Gramann, K. (2021). "Eye‐movement related brain potentials during assisted navigation in real‐world environments." European Journal of Neuroscience.doi:10.1111/ejn.15095
BEST PAPER AWARD: Wunderlich, A. & Gramann, K. (2018). Electrocortical Evidence for Long-Term Incidental Spatial Learning Through Modified Navigation Instructions: 11th International Conference, Spatial Cognition 2018, Tübingen, Germany, September 5-8, 2018, Proceedings, In book: Spatial Cognition XI. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-96385-3_18
Gramann, K., Hoepner, P., & Karrer-Gauss, K. (2017). Modified navigation instructions for spatial navigation assistance systems lead to incidental spatial learning. Frontiers in psychology, 8.
Wunderlich, A. & Gramann, K. (2018). Incidental spatial learning through modified navigation instructions. 2nd interdisciplinary Navigation Symposium 2018, Mont Tremblant, Canada, June 25-29, 2018
Wunderlich, A. & Gramann, K. (2018). Navigation instructions including landmark information increase incidental spatial learning. 3rd international mobile brain/body imaging conference, Berlin, Germany, July 11-14, 2018
ANT neuro with Wunderlich, A., & Gramann, K. (2020) Investigating the impact of auditory navigation instructions upon incidental spatial learning in pedestrians, SLS-SM-0211.01rev01 BeMoBIL Showcase 2021-02-25
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