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Victor Schinazi
Victor Schinazi
Bond University / Singapore ETH Centre
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Variations in cognitive maps: understanding individual differences in navigation.
SM Weisberg, VR Schinazi, NS Newcombe, TF Shipley, RA Epstein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (3), 669, 2014
2172014
Hippocampal size predicts rapid learning of a cognitive map in humans
VR Schinazi, D Nardi, NS Newcombe, TF Shipley, RA Epstein
Hippocampus 23 (6), 515-528, 2013
1882013
Spatial navigation by congenitally blind individuals
VR Schinazi, T Thrash, DR Chebat
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 7 (1), 37-58, 2016
1462016
Neural correlates of real-world route learning
VR Schinazi, RA Epstein
Neuroimage 53 (2), 725-735, 2010
1022010
Psychosocial implications of blindness and low-vision
VR Schinazi
UCL (University College London), Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL), 2007
502007
Verbalizing, visualizing, and navigating: The effect of strategies on encoding a large-scale virtual environment.
DJM Kraemer, VR Schinazi, PB Cawkwell, A Tekriwal, RA Epstein, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (4), 611, 2017
372017
The effect of crowdedness on human wayfinding and locomotion in a multi-level virtual shopping mall
H Li, T Thrash, C Hölscher, VR Schinazi
Journal of environmental psychology 65, 101320, 2019
332019
EVE: A Framework for Experiments in Virtual Environments
J Grübel, R Weibel, MH Jiang, C Hölscher, DA Hackman, VR Schinazi
Spatial Cognition X: 13th Biennial Conference, KogWis 2016, Bremen, Germany …, 2018
332018
Virtual sensing and virtual reality: how new technologies can boost research on crowd dynamics
M Moussaïd, VR Schinazi, M Kapadia, T Thrash
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 5, 82, 2018
292018
Gaze-guided narratives: Adapting audio guide content to gaze in virtual and real environments
TCK Kwok, P Kiefer, VR Schinazi, B Adams, M Raubal
Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2019
232019
Neighborhood environments influence emotion and physiological reactivity
DA Hackman, SA Robert, J Grübel, RP Weibel, E Anagnostou, C Hölscher, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
202019
Physiological and behavioral reactions to renewable energy systems in various landscape types
R Spielhofer, T Thrash, UW Hayek, A Grêt-Regamey, B Salak, J Grübel, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 135, 110410, 2021
182021
Virtual Reality Experiments with Physiological Measures
RP Weibel, J Grübel, H Zhao, T Thrash, D Meloni, C Hölscher, ...
Journal of Visualized Experiments 138, e58318, 2018
182018
The impact of an entertainment retrofit on the performance of a shopping center
J Zacharias, V Schinazi
Journal of Shopping Center Research 10 (1), 29-44, 2003
182003
Assessing crowd management strategies for the 2010 Love Parade disaster using computer simulations and virtual reality
H Zhao, T Thrash, M Kapadia, K Wolff, C Hölscher, D Helbing, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 17 (167), 20200116, 2020
172020
Affective state prediction based on semi-supervised learning from smartphone touch data
R Wampfler, S Klingler, B Solenthaler, VR Schinazi, M Gross
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2020
162020
Evaluation of a conceptual framework for predicting navigation performance in virtual reality
J Grübel, T Thrash, C Hölscher, VR Schinazi
PloS one 12 (9), e0184682, 2017
162017
Spatial navigation by congenitally blind individuals. WIREs Cognitive Science, 7 (1), 37–58
VR Schinazi, T Thrash, DR Chebat
162016
Information theoretic model to simulate agent-signage interaction for wayfinding
RK Dubey, T Thrash, M Kapadia, C Hoelscher, VR Schinazi
Cognitive Computation 13 (1), 189-206, 2021
152021
Spatial representation and low vision: Two studies on the content, accuracy and utility of mental representations
VR Schinazi
International Congress Series 1282, 1063-1067, 2005
152005
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