Deakin Communicating Science 2016

EES 200/101

WHY MALES NAVIGATE BETTER THAN FEMALES?

It is commonly accepted that males are better at navigating than females, and whilst numerous studies have found that males generally arrive at the destination quicker and via a more direct route, females do have the upper hand when it comes to some aspects of spatial awareness.

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May 5, 2016 · 1 Comment

USE IT OR LOSE IT

The ability to store and process spatial information if a fundamental part of everyday life. This ability is different in each of us, and even though these days it is easy to use devices such as GPS or a phone with Google maps on it, this practice might actually be reducing our abilities even further.

April 15, 2016 · 4 Comments

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