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Hippocampal and prefrontal processing of network topology to simulate the future
AH Javadi, B Emo, LR Howard, FE Zisch, Y Yu, R Knight, J Pinelo Silva, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-11, 2017
Wayfinding and spatial configuration: evidence from street corners
B Emo, C Hoelscher, J Wiener, R Dalton
8th Space Syntax Symposium, Santiago de Chile, PUC, 1-16, 2012
Seeing the axial line: Evidence from wayfinding experiments
B Emo
Behavioral Sciences, 167 - 180, 2014
Design, cognition & behaviour: usability in the built environment
B Emo, K Al-Sayed, T Varoudis
International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation 4 (2), 63-66, 2016
Wayfinding in real cities: Experiments at street corners
B Emo
LNAI 7463 (Spatial Cognition 2012), 461-477, 2012
Exploring isovists: the egocentric perspective
B Emo
10th International Space Syntax Symposium, 121:1-8, 2015
Real-world wayfinding experiments: Individual preferences, decisions and the space syntax approach at street corners
B Emo
University College London, 2014
Choice zones: Architecturally relevant areas of interest
B Emo
Spatial Cognition & Computation 18 (3), 173-193, 2018
The visual properties of spatial configuration
B Emo
Environmental modeling: using space syntax in spatial cognition research …, 2010
Does Space Matter? A Cross-Disciplinary Investigation upon Spatial Abilities and Spatial Knowledge of Architects
A Gerber, M Berkowitz, B Emo, S Kurath, C Hölscher, E Stern
Research Culture in Architecture. Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration, 289-300, 2019
Spatial abilities for architecture: Cross sectional and longitudinal assessment with novel and existing spatial ability tests
M Berkowitz, A Gerber, C Thurn, B Emo, C Hoelscher, E Stern
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 4096, 2021
Towards defining perceived urban density
B Emo, L Treyer, G Schmitt, C Hoelscher
Education and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe …, 2017
’Why Evidence-Based Methods Are Useful for Architectural and Urban Design’
B Emo
Leopold, C, Robeller, C and Weber, U (eds), 173-182, 2019
Development of a novel test to measure spatial abilities of architecture students: Preliminary findings
B Emo, A Gerber, M Berkowitz, C Hölscher, S Kurath, E Stern
Cognitive Processing 19 (1 Supp.), 2018
How spatial properties of a city street network influence brain activity during navigation
B Emo, J Pinelo Silva, AH Javadi, L Howard, HJ Spiers
Spatial Cognition 2014, 2014
The potential of cognitive science for architecture
B Emo, C Hoelscher
Training Spatial Abilities. A Workbook for Students of Architecture, 18-20, 2020
Gaze bias during unaided wayfinding-Individual spatial deci-sion-making and the space syntax approach at street corners.
B Emo
Human mobility, cognition and GISc. Conference proceedings, 19, 2015
The human hippocampus represents the topological structure of the environment during navigation.
AH Javadi, B Emo, L Howard, HJ Spiers
British Neuroscience Association, Edinburgh 23, 374, 2015
Choice zones: spatial geometry and real world wayfinding
B Emo
First International Eye Tracking for Spatial Research Workshop, 20, 2013
The visual properties of spatial configuration
B Emo
University College London, 2009
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