Erica M. Barhorst-Cates

Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, Elkins Park, PA, United States 
Spatial Cognition, Navigation, Individual Differences
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Barhorst-Cates EM, Isaacs MW, Buxbaum LJ, et al. (2022) Action imitation via trajectory-based or posture-based planning. Human Movement Science. 83: 102951
Schug MG, Barhorst-Cates E, Stefanucci J, et al. (2022) Childhood Experience Reduces Gender Differences in Spatial Abilities: A Cross-Cultural Study. Cognitive Science. 46: e13096
Creem-Regehr SH, Barhorst-Cates EM, Tarampi MR, et al. (2021) How can basic research on spatial cognition enhance the visual accessibility of architecture for people with low vision? Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 6: 3
Barhorst-Cates EM, Stoker J, Stefanucci JK, et al. (2020) Using virtual reality to assess dynamic self-motion and landmark cues for spatial updating in children and adults. Memory & Cognition
Barhorst-Cates EM, Creem-Regehr SH, Stefanucci JK, et al. (2020) Spatial Reference Frame but Neither Age nor Gender Predict Performance on a Water-Level Task in 8- to 11-Year-Old Children. Perception. 301006620964414
Barhorst-Cates EM, Stefanucci JK, Creem-Regehr SH. (2020) A comparison of virtual locomotion methods in movement experts and non-experts: testing the contributions of body-based and visual translation for spatial updating. Experimental Brain Research
Barhorst-Cates EM, Rand KM, Creem-Regehr SH. (2020) Does active learning benefit spatial memory during navigation with restricted peripheral field? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Barhorst-Cates EM, Rand KM, Creem-Regehr SH. (2019) Navigating with peripheral field loss in a museum: learning impairments due to environmental complexity. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 4: 41
Gagnon HC, Barhorst-Cates EM, Creem-Regehr SH. (2019) Effects of degraded vision on the use of landmarks in spatial learning Journal of Vision. 19
Rand KM, Barhorst-Cates EM, Kiris E, et al. (2018) Going the distance and beyond: simulated low vision increases perception of distance traveled during locomotion. Psychological Research
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