Chengli Xiao
TitleCited byYear
Roles of egocentric and allocentric spatial representations in locomotion and reorientation.
W Mou, TP McNamara, B Rump, C Xiao
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (6), 1274, 2006
1382006
Reference directions and reference objects in spatial memory of a briefly viewed layout
W Mou, C Xiao, TP McNamara
Cognition 108 (1), 136-154, 2008
472008
Use of self-to-object and object-to-object spatial relations in locomotion.
C Xiao, W Mou, TP McNamara
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (5), 1137, 2009
362009
Spatial updating of map-acquired representation
C Xiao, Y Lian, M Hegarty
Memory & cognition 43 (7), 1032-1042, 2015
62015
Neural mechanisms of recognizing scene configurations from multiple viewpoints
C Xiao, TP McNamara, S Qin, W Mou
Brain research 1363, 107-116, 2010
62010
Stable egocentric representation acquired from sequential proprioceptive learning
C XIAO
Acta Psychologica Sinica 45 (7), 752-761, 2013
42013
Stable self-to-object spatial relations acquired from sequential spatial learning
C Xiao, F Chen
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
42012
Spatial updating of imagined environment
C XIAO, C LIU
Acta Psychologica Sinica 46 (9), 1289-1300, 2014
32014
Both Earlier Times and the Future Are “Front”: The Distinction Between Time‐and Ego‐Reference‐Points in Mandarin Speakers’ Temporal Representation
C Xiao, M Zhao, L Chen
Cognitive science 42 (3), 1026-1040, 2018
22018
Egocentric representation acquired from offline map learning
C Xiao, L Zhang
PloS one 8 (3), e60194, 2013
12013
Dual Systems for Spatial Updating in Immediate and Retrieved Environments: Evidence from Bias Analysis
C Liu, C Xiao
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 85, 2018
2018
Running heads: Reference Directions and Reference Objects
W Mou, C Xiao, TP McNamara, W Mou
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