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Research across the cognitive and brain sciences has begun to elucidate some of the processes that guide navigation and spatial memory. Boundary geometry and featural landmarks are two distinct classes of environmental cues that have dissociable neural correlates in spatial representation and follow different patterns of learning. Consequently, spatial navigation depends both on the type of cue available and on the type of learning provided. We investigated this interaction between spatialdoi:10.3390/brainsci7020017 pmid:28208764 pmcid:PMC5332960 fatcat:tslqyznyffeuznnyvm2jmf2m3a