- Title Pages
- List of contributors
- Part I From behaviour to circuitry
- Chapter 1 Path integration in insects
- Chapter 2 A role for the hippocampus in dead reckoning: an ethological analysis using natural exploratory and food-carrying tasks
- Chapter 3 How does path integration interact with olfaction, vision, and the representation of space?
- Chapter 4 Contextual cues and insect navigation
- Chapter 5 A model of hippocampal–cortical–amygdala interactions based on contextual fear conditioning
- Chapter 6 Do animals use maps?
- Chapter 7 Comparative approaches to human navigation
- Chapter 8 Studies of the neural basis of human navigation and memory
- Part II From circuits to cells
- Chapter 9 The head direction system and navigation
- Chapter 10 Drawing parallels between the behavioural and neural properties of navigation
- Chapter 11 Spatial coding in the hippocampal formation: input, information type, plasticity, and behaviour
- Chapter 12 Hippocampal remapping: implications for spatial learning and navigation
- Chapter 13 Navigation in the moving world
- Chapter 14 Reading cognitive and other maps: how to avoid getting buried in thought
- Chapter 15 The representation of spatial context
- Chapter 16 Place cells: a framework for episodic memory?
- The Neurobiology of Spatial Behaviour
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