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Buckley, Matthew G., Austen, Joe M., Myles, Liam A.m., Smith, Shamus, Ihssen, Niklas, Lew, Adina R. and Mcgregor, Anthony (2021). The effects of spatial stability and cue type on spatial learning:Implications for theories of parallel memory systems. Cognition, 214 ,

Bauer, Markus, Buckley, Matthew G. and Bast, Tobias (2021). Individual differences in theta-band oscillations in a spatial memory network revealed by electroencephalography predict rapid place learning. Brain and Neuroscience Advances, 5 ,

Buckley, Matthew, Holden, Luke, Spicer, Stuart, Smith, AD and Haselgrove, M (2019). Crossing boundaries: Global reorientation following transfer from the inside to the outside of an arena. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 45 (3), pp. 322-337.

Buckley, MG, Smith, AD and Haselgrove, M (2016). Thinking outside of the box: Transfer of shape-based reorientation across the boundary of an arena. Cognitive Psychology, 87 , pp. 53-87.

Granger, Kiri T., Moran, Paula M., Buckley, Matthew G. and Haselgrove, Mark (2016). Enhanced latent inhibition in high schizotypy individuals. Personality and Individual Differences, 91 , pp. 31-39.

Buckley, MG, Smith, AD and Haselgrove, Mark (2016). Blocking spatial navigation across environments that have a different shape. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 42 (1), pp. 51-66.

Buckley, MG, Smith, AD and Haselgrove, Mark (2015). Learned predictiveness training modulates biases towards using boundary or landmark cues during navigation. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68 (6), pp. 1183-1202.

Buckley, MG, Haselgrove, Mark and Smith, AD (2015). The developmental trajectory of intramaze and extramaze landmark biases in spatial navigation: An unexpected journey. Developmental Psychology, 51 (6), pp. 771-791.

Buckley, MG, Smith, AD and Haselgrove, Mark (2014). Shape shifting: Local landmarks interfere with navigation by, and recognition of, global shape. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 40 (2), pp. 492-510.

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