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A recent associative model (Miller, N.Y., & Shettleworth, S.J., 2007. Learning about environmental geometry: An associative model. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes B, 33, is an influential mathematical account of how agents behave when reorienting to previously learned locations in spatial arenas. However, it is mathematically and empirically flawed. The current article explores these flaws, including its inability to properly predict geometric superconditioning. Wedoi:10.1037/a0032174 pmid:23627801 fatcat:l6n4435zz5gybaj4mttoirwgi4