Anthony McGregor

Durham University, Durham, England, United Kingdom 
"Anthony McGregor"
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Buckley MG, Myles LAM, Easton A, et al. (2022) The spatial layout of doorways and environmental boundaries shape the content of event memories. Cognition. 225: 105091
Buckley MG, Austen JM, Myles LAM, et al. (2021) The effects of spatial stability and cue type on spatial learning: Implications for theories of parallel memory systems. Cognition. 214: 104802
Poulter SL, Kosaki Y, Sanderson DJ, et al. (2020) Spontaneous object-location memory based on environmental geometry is impaired by both hippocampal and dorsolateral striatal lesions. Brain and Neuroscience Advances. 4: 2398212820972599
Chao CM, McGregor A, Sanderson DJ. (2020) Uncertainty and predictiveness modulate attention in human predictive learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Lee SA, Austen JM, Sovrano VA, et al. (2020) Distinct and combined responses to environmental geometry and features in a working-memory reorientation task in rats and chicks. Scientific Reports. 10: 7508
Poulter S, Austen JM, Kosaki Y, et al. (2019) En route to delineating hippocampal roles in spatial learning. Behavioural Brain Research. 111936
Seel SV, Easton A, McGregor A, et al. (2018) Walking through doorways differentially affects recall and familiarity. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953)
Kosaki Y, Pearce JM, McGregor A. (2018) The response strategy and the place strategy in a plus-maze have different sensitivities to devaluation of expected outcome. Hippocampus
Kosaki Y, Poulter SL, Austen JM, et al. (2015) Dorsolateral striatal lesions impair navigation based on landmark-goal vectors but facilitate spatial learning based on a "cognitive map". Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 22: 179-91
Austen JM, McGregor A. (2014) Revaluation of geometric cues reduces landmark discrimination via within-compound associations. Learning & Behavior. 42: 330-6
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