Kent D. Bodily
TitleCited byYear
Issues in the comparative cognition of abstract-concept learning
JS Katz, AA Wright, KD Bodily
Comparative cognition & behavior reviews 2, 79, 2007
932007
Matching-to-sample abstract-concept learning by pigeons.
KD Bodily, JS Katz, AA Wright
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 34 (1), 178, 2008
592008
Orientation in trapezoid-shaped enclosures: implications for theoretical accounts of geometry learning.
BR Sturz, T Gurley, KD Bodily
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 37 (2), 246, 2011
462011
Evidence against integration of spatial maps in humans
BR Sturz, KD Bodily, JS Katz
Animal Cognition 9 (3), 207, 2006
41*2006
Neither by global nor local cues alone: Evidence for a unified orientation process
KD Bodily, CK Eastman, BR Sturz
Animal cognition 14 (5), 665-674, 2011
382011
Enclosure size and the use of local and global geometric cues for reorientation
BR Sturz, MR Forloines, KD Bodily
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19 (2), 270-276, 2012
282012
Is surface-based orientation influenced by a proportional relationship of shape parameters?
BR Sturz, KD Bodily
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (5), 848-854, 2011
262011
Learning strategies in matching to sample: If-then and configural learning by pigeons
JS Katz, KD Bodily, AA Wright
Behavioural processes 77 (2), 223-230, 2008
262008
Dissociation of past and present experience in problem solving using a virtual environment
BR Sturz, KD Bodily, JS Katz
CyberPsychology & Behavior 12 (1), 15-19, 2009
222009
Of global space or perceived place? Comment on Kelly et al.
BR Sturz, KD Bodily
Biology Letters 7 (5), 647-648, 2011
152011
Encoding of variability of landmark-based spatial information
BR Sturz, KD Bodily
Psychological research 74 (6), 560-567, 2010
142010
Abstract-concept learning carryover effects from the initial training set in pigeons (Columba livia)
T Nakamura, AA Wright, JS Katz, KD Bodily, BR Sturz
Journal of Comparative Psychology 123 (1), 79-89, 2009
142009
Does constraining field of view prevent extraction of geometric cues for humans during virtual-environment reorientation?
BR Sturz, ZA Kilday, KD Bodily
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 39 (4), 390, 2013
132013
On discriminating between geometric strategies of surface-based orientation
BR Sturz, KD Bodily
Frontiers in psychology 3, 112, 2012
92012
The roles of beaconing and dead reckoning in human virtual navigation
KD Bodily, TA Daniel, BR Sturz
Learning and Motivation 43 (1-2), 14-23, 2012
72012
Solving for two unknowns: an extension of vector-based models of landmark-based navigation.
BR Sturz, SP Cooke, KD Bodily
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 37 (3), 368, 2011
72011
No evidence that consistent auditory cues facilitate learning of spatial relations among locations
BR Sturz, ZA Kilday, KD Bodily, DM Kelly
Behavioural processes 90 (2), 198-203, 2012
62012
Detecting the perception of illusory spatial boundaries: Evidence from distance judgments
BR Sturz, KD Bodily
Cognition 146, 371-376, 2016
52016
Evidence consistent with the multiple-bearings hypothesis from human virtual landmark-based navigation
MR Forloines, KD Bodily, BR Sturz
Frontiers in psychology 6, 488, 2015
52015
Beacons and surface features differentially influence human reliance on global and local geometric cues when reorienting in a virtual environment
KD Bodily, ZA Kilday, CK Eastman, KA Gaskin, AA Graves, JE Roberts, ...
Behavioural processes 93, 71-81, 2013
52013
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