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3 November 2023 - 3 November 2023

1:00PM - 2:00PM

L50, Psychology Building

  • Free

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This talk is part of the Department of Psychology seminar series at Durham University.

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Human navigation behaviour is supported by various cognitive processes and strategies that have been studied for decades, often in controlled laboratory-based experiments. In this talk, I will (i) focus on findings from such experiments highlighting some of the interactions of different cognitive components and strategies in supporting successful navigation, (ii) provide examples from qualitative and mixed-methods navigation studies and discuss how these approaches can support the study of the complex cognitive architecture underlying navigation behaviour, and (iii) argue that qualitative and mixed methods studies should enrich controlled laboratory-based experiments in the study of human wayfinding and navigation behaviour.