Paul Graham
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Ants use the panoramic skyline as a visual cue during navigation
P Graham, K Cheng
Current Biology 19 (20), R935-R937, 2009
A Model of Ant Route Navigation Driven by Scene Familiarity
B Baddeley, P Graham, P Husbands, A Philippides
PLoS computational biology 8 (1), e1002336, 2012
Animal navigation: path integration, visual landmarks and cognitive maps
TS Collett, P Graham
Current Biology 14 (12), R475-R477, 2004
Route learning by insects
TS Collett, P Graham, V Durier
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 13 (6), 718-725, 2003
The influence of beacon-aiming on the routes of wood ants
P Graham, K Fauria, TS Collett
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (3), 535-541, 2003
The sensory ecology of ant navigation: from natural environments to neural mechanisms
M Knaden, P Graham
Annual review of entomology 61 (1), 63-76, 2016
View-based navigation in insects: how wood ants (Formica rufa L.) look at and are guided by extended landmarks
P Graham, TS Collett
Journal of experimental Biology 205 (16), 2499-2509, 2002
What can we learn from studies of insect navigation?
A Wystrach, P Graham
Animal Behaviour 84 (1), 13-20, 2012
Navigational memories in ants and bees: memory retrieval when selecting and following routes
TS Collett, P Graham, RA Harris, N Hempel‐de‐Ibarra
Advances in the Study of Behavior 36, 123-172, 2006
Animal cognition: multi-modal interactions in ant learning
P Graham, A Philippides, B Baddeley
Current Biology 20 (15), R639-R640, 2010
Desert Ants Locate Food by Combining High Sensitivity to Food Odors with Extensive Crosswind Runs
C Buehlmann, P Graham, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Current Biology 24 (9), 960-964, 2014
How might ants use panoramic views for route navigation?
A Philippides, B Baddeley, K Cheng, P Graham
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (3), 445-451, 2011
Which portion of the natural panorama is used for view-based navigation in the Australian desert ant?
P Graham, K Cheng
Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and …, 2009
Multimodal interactions in insect navigation
C Buehlmann, M Mangan, P Graham
Animal cognition 23, 1129-1141, 2020
Visual scanning behaviours and their role in the navigation of the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti
A Wystrach, A Philippides, A Aurejac, K Cheng, P Graham
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 200 (7), 615-626, 2014
Mushroom bodies are required for learned visual navigation, but not for innate visual behavior, in ants
C Buehlmann, B Wozniak, R Goulard, B Webb, P Graham, JE Niven
Current Biology 30 (17), 3438-3443. e2, 2020
Holistic visual encoding of ant-like routes: Navigation without waypoints
B Baddeley, P Graham, A Philippides, P Husbands
Adaptive Behavior 19 (1), 3-15, 2011
Visual cues for the retrieval of landmark memories by navigating wood ants
RA Harris, P Graham, TS Collett
Current biology 17 (2), 93-102, 2007
Snapshot memories and landmark guidance in wood ants
V Durier, P Graham, TS Collett
Current biology 13 (18), 1614-1618, 2003
Still no convincing evidence for cognitive map use by honeybees
A Cheung, M Collett, TS Collett, A Dewar, F Dyer, P Graham, M Mangan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (42), E4396-E4397, 2014
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