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Dead reckoning (path integration) requires the hippocampal formation: evidence from spontaneous exploration and spatial learning tasks in light (allothetic) and dark …
IQ Whishaw, DJ Hines, DG Wallace
Behavioural brain research 127 (1-2), 49-69, 2001
2262001
Vestibular information is required for dead reckoning in the rat
DG Wallace, DJ Hines, SM Pellis, IQ Whishaw
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (22), 10009-10017, 2002
2132002
Rats can track odors, other rats, and themselves: implications for the study of spatial behavior
DG Wallace, B Gorny, IQ Whishaw
Behavioural brain research 131 (1-2), 185-192, 2002
1402002
NMDA lesions of Ammon's horn and the dentate gyrus disrupt the direct and temporally paced homing displayed by rats exploring a novel environment: evidence for a role of the …
DG Wallace, IQ Whishaw
European Journal of Neuroscience 18 (3), 513-523, 2003
772003
Cognitive recovery in the aged rat after stroke and anti-Nogo-A immunotherapy
RL Gillani, SY Tsai, DG Wallace, TE O’Brien, E Arhebamen, M Tole, ...
Behavioural brain research 208 (2), 415-424, 2010
752010
Quantification of a single exploratory trip reveals hippocampal formation mediated dead reckoning
DG Wallace, DJ Hines, IQ Whishaw
Journal of neuroscience methods 113 (2), 131-145, 2002
702002
Movement characteristics support a role for dead reckoning in organizing exploratory behavior
DG Wallace, DA Hamilton, IQ Whishaw
Animal cognition 9, 219-228, 2006
622006
Medial septum lesions disrupt exploratory trip organization: evidence for septohippocampal involvement in dead reckoning
MM Martin, KL Horn, KJ Kusman, DG Wallace
Physiology & behavior 90 (2-3), 412-424, 2007
502007
Fimbria-fornix lesions disrupt the dead reckoning (homing) component of exploratory behavior in mice
JH Gorny, B Gorny, DG Wallace, IQ Whishaw
Learning & Memory 9 (6), 387-394, 2002
502002
Fractionating dead reckoning: role of the compass, odometer, logbook, and home base establishment in spatial orientation
DG Wallace, MM Martin, SS Winter
Naturwissenschaften 95, 1011-1026, 2008
492008
Selective hippocampal cholinergic deafferentation impairs self-movement cue use during a food hoarding task
MM Martin, DG Wallace
Behavioural brain research 183 (1), 78-86, 2007
462007
The development of spatial capacity in piloting and dead reckoning by infant rats: use of the huddle as a home base for spatial navigation
I Loewen, DG Wallace, IQ Whishaw
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2005
392005
On the origins of autobiographical memory
IQ Whishaw, DG Wallace
Behavioural Brain Research 138 (2), 113-119, 2003
392003
What is learned in sequential learning? An associative model of reward magnitude serial-pattern learning.
DG Wallace, SB Fountain
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 28 (1), 43, 2002
362002
The structure of arm and hand movements in a spontaneous and food rewarded on-line string-pulling task by the mouse
AA Blackwell, MT Banovetz, IQ Whishaw, DG Wallace
Behavioural brain research 345, 49-58, 2018
352018
Lesions of the hippocampus or dorsolateral striatum disrupt distinct aspects of spatial navigation strategies based on proximal and distal information in a cued variant of the …
JP Rice, DG Wallace, DA Hamilton
Behavioural brain research 289, 105-117, 2015
332015
Limbic system structures differentially contribute to exploratory trip organization of the rat
SS Winter, JR Köppen, TBN Ebert, DG Wallace
Hippocampus 23 (2), 139-152, 2013
322013
Subcutaneous daidzein administration enhances recovery of skilled ladder rung walking performance following stroke in rats
JM Stout, AN Knapp, WJ Banz, DG Wallace, JL Cheatwood
Behavioural brain research 256, 428-431, 2013
312013
Mammillothalamic tract lesions disrupt dead reckoning in the rat
SS Winter, SJ Wagner, JL McMillin, DG Wallace
European Journal of Neuroscience 33 (2), 371-381, 2011
312011
Number, but not rhythmicity, of temporal cues determines phrasing effects in rat serial-pattern learning
SB Fountain, AM Benson, DG Wallace
Learning and Motivation 31 (4), 301-322, 2000
312000
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