Thomas Wolbers

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
spatial cognition, cognitive neuroscience
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Zhou R, Belge T, Wolbers T. (2022) Reaching the Goal: Superior Navigators in Late Adulthood Provide a Novel Perspective into Successful Cognitive Aging. Topics in Cognitive Science
Riemer M, Wolbers T, van Rijn H. (2021) EXPRESS: Age-related changes in time perception: The impact of naturalistic environments and retrospective judgments on timing performance. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218211023362
Maaß S, Wolbers T, van Rijn H, et al. (2021) Temporal context effects are associated with cognitive status in advanced age. Psychological Research
Diersch N, Valdes-Herrera JP, Tempelmann C, et al. (2021) Increased hippocampal excitability and altered learning dynamics mediate cognitive mapping deficits in human aging. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Stahn AC, Riemer M, Wolbers T, et al. (2020) Spatial Updating Depends on Gravity. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 14: 20
Stangl M, Kanitscheider I, Riemer M, et al. (2020) Sources of path integration error in young and aging humans. Nature Communications. 11: 2626
Shine JP, Valdés-Herrera JP, Tempelmann C, et al. (2019) Evidence for allocentric boundary and goal direction information in the human entorhinal cortex and subiculum. Nature Communications. 10: 4004
Merhav M, Wolbers T. (2019) Aging and spatial cues influence the updating of navigational memories. Scientific Reports. 9: 11469
Chen X, Vieweg P, Wolbers T. (2019) Computing distance information from landmarks and self-motion cues - Differential contributions of anterior-lateral vs. posterior-medial entorhinal cortex in humans. Neuroimage. 116074
Maaß SC, Riemer M, Wolbers T, et al. (2019) Timing deficiencies in amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment: Disentangling clock and memory processes. Behavioural Brain Research. 373: 112110
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