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Jessica A Grahn and Adrian M Owen (2006)

Memory: Obstacle Avoidance without Visual Cues

Current Biology, 16(7):R247-R249.

Avoiding obstacles is essential when we move about the world, yet little is known about how we do this when visual cues are not present to guide us. Recent evidence from behavioural studies in cats suggests that working memory may be crucial.

visual, memory