A drop of testosterone under the tongue allowed women to better orient themselves in navigational tests, a new study reports.
Memories learned within a distorted coordinated system are also distorted when recalled later.
The spatial dissociation in Alzheimer's disease that causes people to wander may be a result of tau accumulation in the entorhinal cortex's grid cells, a new study reports.
Researchers report patters created by grid cells are modified by the shape of the environment.
A new study suggests grid cells are involved in a broader range of cognitive processes than previously thought.
New discovery could change the way we think about how the brain helps us to navigate.
A new study could help improve understanding of memory loss and wandering behavior in people with Alzheimer's disease.