A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Debbie M Kelly, Stephane Durocher. Commun Integr Biol 2011
Times Cited: 5







List of co-cited articles
19 articles co-cited >1



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Re-orienting in space: do animals use global or local geometry strategies?
Debbie M Kelly, Cinzia Chiandetti, Giorgio Vallortigara. Biol Lett 2011
23
60


Neither by global nor local cues alone: evidence for a unified orientation process.
Kent D Bodily, Caroline K Eastman, Bradley R Sturz. Anim Cogn 2011
22
60


Of global space or perceived place? Comment on Kelly et al.
Bradley R Sturz, Kent D Bodily. Biol Lett 2011
9
40


Orientation in trapezoid-shaped enclosures: implications for theoretical accounts of geometry learning.
Bradley R Sturz, Taylor Gurley, Kent D Bodily. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process 2011
23
40


View-based strategy for reorientation by geometry.
Tommaso Pecchia, Giorgio Vallortigara. J Exp Biol 2010
45
40


Further evidence that rats rely on local rather than global spatial information to locate a hidden goal: reply to Cheng and Gallistel (2005).
Anthony McGregor, Peter M Jones, Mark A Good, John M Pearce. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process 2006
41
40






Seeing structure: Shape skeletons modulate perceived similarity.
Adam S Lowet, Chaz Firestone, Brian J Scholl. Atten Percept Psychophys 2018
12
40

The importance of proving the null.
C R Gallistel. Psychol Rev 2009
206
20

The information content of panoramic images I: The rotational errors and the similarity of views in rectangular experimental arenas.
Wolfgang Stürzl, Allen Cheung, Ken Cheng, Jochen Zeil. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process 2008
94
20

Landmarks or panoramas: what do navigating ants attend to for guidance?
Antoine Wystrach, Guy Beugnon, Ken Cheng. Front Zool 2011
62
20



The information content of panoramic images II: view-based navigation in nonrectangular experimental arenas.
Allen Cheung, Wolfgang Stürzl, Jochen Zeil, Ken Cheng. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process 2008
66
20

Visual scene perception in navigating wood ants.
David D Lent, Paul Graham, Thomas S Collett. Curr Biol 2013
25
20

Sex differences in mental rotation and spatial rotation in a virtual environment.
Thomas D Parsons, Peter Larson, Kris Kratz, Marcus Thiebaux, Brendon Bluestein, J Galen Buckwalter, Albert A Rizzo. Neuropsychologia 2004
117
20


Enclosure size and the use of local and global geometric cues for reorientation.
Bradley R Sturz, Martha R Forloines, Kent D Bodily. Psychon Bull Rev 2012
14
20

Reorienting in images of a three-dimensional environment.
Debbie M Kelly, Walter F Bischof. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2005
22
20


Visual homing: an insect perspective.
Jochen Zeil. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2012
114
20

Stable panoramic views facilitate snap-shot like memories for spatial reorientation in homing pigeons.
Tommaso Pecchia, Anna Gagliardo, Giorgio Vallortigara. PLoS One 2011
19
20

Geometric orientation by humans: angles weigh in.
Danielle M Lubyk, Brian Dupuis, Lucio Gutiérrez, Marcia L Spetch. Psychon Bull Rev 2012
15
20

Pigeons encode relative geometry.
D M Kelly, M L Spetch. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process 2001
51
20


Males and females use different distal cues in a virtual environment navigation task.
N J Sandstrom, J Kaufman, S A Huettel. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 1998
251
20

25 years of research on the use of geometry in spatial reorientation: a current theoretical perspective.
Ken Cheng, Janellen Huttenlocher, Nora S Newcombe. Psychon Bull Rev 2013
78
20


Potentiation, overshadowing, and blocking of spatial learning based on the shape of the environment.
John M Pearce, Moira Graham, Mark A Good, Peter M Jones, Anthony McGregor. J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process 2006
89
20



From natural geometry to spatial cognition.
Luca Tommasi, Cinzia Chiandetti, Tommaso Pecchia, Valeria Anna Sovrano, Giorgio Vallortigara. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2012
58
20







Spatial encoding in mountain chickadees: features overshadow geometry.
Emily R Gray, Laurie L Bloomfield, Anne Ferrey, Marcia L Spetch, Christopher B Sturdy. Biol Lett 2005
83
20


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.