Hupbach, A. and Nadel, L. Reorientation in a rhombic-shaped environment: No evidence for an encapsulated geometric module. (Cognitive Development, in press)

Nadel, L. and Hupbach, A. Cross-species comparisons in development: The case of the spatial “module”. In M.H. Johnson & Y. Munakata (eds). Attention and Performance XXI, Oxford, Oxford University Press (in press).

Nadel, L. and Hardt, O. The spatial brain. Neuropsychology, 18, 473-476, 2004.

Laurance, H.E., Learmonth, A.E., Nadel, L. & Jacobs, W.J. Maturation of spatial navigation strategies: Converging findings from computerized spatial environments and self report. Journal of Cognition and Development, 4: 211-238, 2003.

Nadel, L. & Payne, J.D. The hippocampus, wayfinding, and episodic memory. In P. Sharp (Ed). The neural basis of navigation: Evidence from single cell recording. pp. 235-247. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002.

Learmonth, A.E. & Nadel, L. Reorientation, landmark use and size: The fate of a geometrical module. Psychological Science, 13: 337-341, 2002

Bohbot, V.D., Jech, R, Ruzicka, E., Nadel, L., Kalina, M., Stepankova, K. and Bures, J. Rat spatial memory tasks adapted for humans: Characterization in subjects with intact brain and subjects with medial temporal lobe lesions. Physiological Research, 51 (Suppl.1): S49-S64, 2002.

Laurance, H.E., Thomas, K.G.F., Newman, M.C., Kaszniak, A.W., Nadel, L. & Jacobs, W.J. Older adults map novel environments but do not place learn: Findings from a computerized spatial task. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 9, 85-97, 2002.

Thomas, K.G.F., Hsu, M., Laurance, H.E., Nadel, L. & Jacobs, W.J. Place learning in virtual space. III: Investigation and application of three training procedures in the study of human spatial navigation. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers 33: 21-37, 2001.

Rosenbaum, R.S., Priselac, S., Kohler, S., Black, S.E., Nadel, L. and Moscovitch, M. Studies of remote spatial memory in an amnesic person with extensive bilateral hippocampal lesions. Nature Neuroscience, 3: 1044-1048, 2000.

Nadel, L., Thomas, K.G.F., Laurance, H.E., Skelton, R., Tal, T. & Jacobs, W.J. Human Spatial Cognition in A Computer-Generated Arena. In C. Freksa, C. Habel & K.F. Wender (Eds.), Spatial cognition - An interdisciplinary approach to representation and processing of spatial knowledge, pp. 399-427, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1998.

Bohbot, V., Kalina, M., Stepankova, K., Spackova, K., Petrides, M., and Nadel, L. Lesions to the right parahippocampal cortex cause spatial memory deficits in humans. Neuropsychologia, 36: 1217-1238, 1998.

Nadel, L. Neural mechanisms of spatial orientation and wayfinding: An overview. In R. Golledge (Ed.) Wayfinding: Cognitive Maps and Spatial Behavior, Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998.

Jacobs, W.J., Thomas, K.G.F., Laurance, H.E. & Nadel, L. Place learning in virtual space II: Topographical relations as one dimension of stimulus control. Learning and Motivation, 29: 288-308, 1998.

Czurkó, A., Czéh, B., Seress, L., Nadel, L. and Bures, J. Severe spatial navigation deficit after single high dose of neonatal x-ray irradiation in the rat. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A., 94: 2766-2771, 1997.

Nadel, L. The psychobiology of spatial behavior: The hippocampal formation and spatial mapping. In E. Alleva, H.-P. Lipp, L. Nadel, A. Fasolo and L. Ricceri (Eds.) Behavioural brain research in naturalistic and semi-naturalistic settings: Possibilities and Perspectives, Kluwer Press, 1995.

Nadel, L. Hippocampus, Space and Relations, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 17: 490-491, 1994.

Nadel, L. The hippocampus and space revisited. Hippocampus 1: 221-229, 1991.

Schacter, D. and Nadel, L. Varieties of spatial memory: A problem for cognitive neuroscience. In H. Weingartner and R. Lister (Eds.) Cognitive Neuroscience. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990.

McNaughton, B.L. and Nadel, L. Hebb-Marr networks and the neurobiological representation of action in space. In M.A. Gluck and D. Rumelhart (Eds.) Neuroscience and Connectionist Theory , Hillsdale, NJ: L. Erlbaum, 1990.

Nadel, L. Varieties of spatial cognition: psychobiological considerations. In A. Diamond (Ed.) The Development and Neural Bases of Higher Cognitive Functions, New York Academy of Sciences, 1990.

Nadel, L. Landmarks: Neurobiological perspectives. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 6: 383-385, 1988.

Nadel, L., Willner, J. and Kurz, E.M. Cognitive maps and environmental context. In P. Balsam and A. Tomie (Eds.) Context and learning. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1985.

Nadel, L. Cognitive and neural maps. In P.W. Juscyzk and R. Klein (Eds.) Essays on the nature of thought. A symposium in honor of D.O. Hebb. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1980.

Nadel, L. and Willner, J. Context and conditioning: a place for space. Physiological Psychology 8: 218-228, 1980.

Nadel, L. and MacDonald, L. Hippocampus: cognitive map or working memory? Behavioral and Neural Biology 29: 405-409, 1980.
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