Ronald Skelton, PhD

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University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
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Ferguson TD, Williams CC, Skelton RW, et al. (2019) Passively learned spatial navigation cues evoke reinforcement learning reward signals. Cognition. 189: 65-75
Ferguson TD, Livingstone-Lee SA, Skelton RW. (2019) Incidental learning of allocentric and egocentric strategies by both men and women in a dual-strategy virtual Morris Water Maze. Behavioural Brain Research. 364: 281-295
Livingstone-Lee SA, Skelton RW, Livingston N. (2014) Transit apps for people with brain injury and other cognitive disabilities: the state of the art. Assistive Technology : the Official Journal of Resna. 26: 209-18
Livingstone-Lee SA, Zeman PM, Gillingham ST, et al. (2014) Navigational strategy may be more a matter of environment and experience than gender Learning and Motivation. 45: 30-43
van Gerven DJ, Schneider AN, Wuitchik DM, et al. (2012) Direct measurement of spontaneous strategy selection in a virtual Morris water maze shows females choose an allocentric strategy at least as often as males do. Behavioral Neuroscience. 126: 465-78
Livingstone-Lee SA, Murchison S, Zeman PM, et al. (2011) Simple gaze analysis and special design of a virtual Morris water maze provides a new method for differentiating egocentric and allocentric navigational strategy choice. Behavioural Brain Research. 225: 117-25
Goodrich-Hunsaker NJ, Livingstone SA, Skelton RW, et al. (2010) Spatial deficits in a virtual water maze in amnesic participants with hippocampal damage. Hippocampus. 20: 481-91
Mueller SC, Jackson CP, Skelton RW. (2008) Sex differences in a virtual water maze: an eye tracking and pupillometry study. Behavioural Brain Research. 193: 209-15
Livingstone SA, Skelton RW. (2007) Virtual environment navigation tasks and the assessment of cognitive deficits in individuals with brain injury. Behavioural Brain Research. 185: 21-31
Skelton RW, Ross SP, Nerad L, et al. (2006) Human spatial navigation deficits after traumatic brain injury shown in the arena maze, a virtual Morris water maze. Brain Injury. 20: 189-203
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