Dementia paper accepted: “Decreasing spatial disorientation in care-home settings: How psychology can guide the development of dementia friendly design guidelines”
We have just had a paper accepted in Dementia. The position paper is entitled “Decreasing spatial disorientation in care-home settings: How psychology can guide the development of dementia friendly design guidelines”.
Succefull ESRC grant on “Dementia Friendly Architecture”
The ESRC has just accepted our grant proposal on Dementia Friendly Architecture! We will be advertising a 2-year postDoc position shortly! Watch this space
New eyetracking paper published
We just published a new paper entitled: Human place and response learning: navigation strategy selection, pupil size and gaze behavior
New paper on PTSD, Spatial Processing, and the val66met Polymorphism
Jessica Miller, 2nd year PhD student in the Wayfinding Research Centre has just published her first paper on "PTSD recovery, Spatial Processing, and the val66met Polymorphism".
Oxford University Press Book out
Edited Oxford University Press book on "Interrelations of Behaviour, Language and Formal Models" published.
The Wayfinding Research has launched ViRtOUS a new state of the art research platform