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    • Disambiguating past events: accurate source memory for time and context depends on different retrieval processes 

      Persson, Bjorn Martin; Ainge, James Alexander; O'Connor, Akira Robert (2016-07) - Journal article
      Current animal models of episodic memory are usually based on demonstrating integrated memory for what happened, where it happened, and when an event took place. These models aim to capture the testable features of the ...
    • Evidence-based management in practice : opening up the decision process, decision-maker and context 

      Wright, A.L.; Zammuto, R.F.; Liesch, P.W.; Middleton, S.; Hibbert, Paul Charles; Burke, J.; Brazil, V. (2016-01-17) - Journal article
      Evidence-based management (EBM) has been subject to a number of persuasive critiques in recent years. Concerns have been raised that: EBM over-privileges rationality as a basis for decision-making; 'scientific' evidence ...
    • Lateral entorhinal cortex is critical for novel object-context recognition 

      Wilson, David Ian Greig; Langston, Rosamund F.; Schlesiger, Magdalene I.; Wagner, Monica; Watanabe, Sakurako; Ainge, James Alexander (2013-02) - Journal article
      Episodic memory incorporates information about specific events or occasions including spatial locations and the contextual features of the environment in which the event took place. It has been modeled in rats using ...
    • Lateral entorhinal cortex is necessary for associative but not nonassociative recognition memory 

      Wilson, David Ian Greig; Watanabe, Sakurako; Milner, Helen Louise; Ainge, James Alexander (2013-12) - Journal article
      The lateral entorhinal cortex (LEC) provides one of the two major input pathways to the hippocampus and has been suggested to process the nonspatial contextual details of episodic memory. Combined with spatial information ...
    • Lewisian scorekeeping and the future 

      Ball, Derek (2019) - Journal article
      The purpose of this paper is to draw out a little noticed, but (I think) correct and important, consequence of David Lewis’s theory of how the values of contextual parameters are determined. According to Lewis (1979), these ...
    • LOC8 : A location model and extensible framework for programming with location 

      Stevenson, Graeme Turnbull; Ye, Juan; Dobson, Simon Andrew; Nixon, Paddy (2010) - Journal article
      Location is a core concept in most pervasive systems-and one that's surprisingly hard to deal with flexibly. Using a location model supporting a range of expressive representations for spaces, spatial relationships, and ...
    • Neighbourhood change... reason to leave? 

      Feijten, Petra Maria; Van Ham, Maarten (2009-09) - Journal article
      Little attention has been paid to date to the role of a changing neighbourhood as a factor influencing the residential choice process. Processes of neighbourhood change are often beyond residents' sphere of influence and ...
    • Neighbourhood reputation and the intention to leave the neighbourhood 

      Permentier, Matthieu; Van Ham, Maarten; Bolt, Gideon (2009-09) - Journal article
      Moving intentions are likely to be affected not only by whether or not residents are satisfied with their neighbourhood, but also by how they think that other city residents assess their neighbourhood: the perceived ...
    • New methods and applications for context aware movement analysis (CAMA) 

      da Silva Brum Bastos, Vanessa (University of St Andrews, 2019-06-26) - Thesis
      Recent years have seen a rapid growth in movement research owing to new technologies contributing to the miniaturization and reduced costs of tracking devices. Similar trends have occurred in how environmental data are ...
    • The PanCam instrument for the ExoMars rover 

      Coates, Andrew; Jaumann, Ralf; Griffiths, Andrew; Leff, Craig; Schmitz, Nicole; Josset, Jean-Luc; Paar, Gerhard; Gunn, Matthew; Hauber, Ernst; Cousins, Claire Rachel; Cross, Rachel; Grindrod, Peter; Bridges, John; Balme, Matthew; Gupta, Sanjeev; Crawford, Ian; Irwin, P; Stabbins, Roger; Tirsch, D; Vago, Jorge; Theodorou, T; Caballo-Perucha, M; Osinski, Gordon; The PanCam team (2017-07-01) - Journal article
      The scientific objectives of the ExoMars rover are designed to answer several key questions in the search for life on Mars. In particular, the unique subsurface drill will address some of these, such as the possible existence ...
    • The role and importance of context in collective learning: multiple case studies in Scottish primary care 

      Greig, Gail Jane (University of St Andrews, 2008-06-27) - Thesis
      Organisational learning is conceptualised within healthcare policy as an acontextual entity to be implemented across services through a prescribed governance framework. Studies of organisational learning often exclude ...
    • Saying nothing : in defence of syntactic and semantic underdetermination 

      Bowker, Mark (University of St Andrews, 2016-06-23) - Thesis
      According to the Encoding Model, speakers communicate by encoding the propositions they want to communicate into sentences, in accordance with the conventions of a language L. By uttering a sentence that encodes p, the ...
    • Social housing allocation, choice and neighbourhood ethnic mix in England 

      Van Ham, Maarten; Manley, David John (2009-12) - Journal article
      Driven by a concern about the negative side effects of ethnic concentration neighbourhoods, many European governments aim to create more ethnically and socio-economically mixed neighbourhoods. At the same time, housing ...
    • Third-party ranks knowledge in wild vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops pygerythrus) 

      Borgeaud, Christele; van de Waal, Erica; Bshary, Redouan (2013-03-08) - Journal article
      The Machiavellian/Social Intelligence Hypothesis proposes that a complex social environment selected for advanced cognitive abilities in vertebrates. In primates it has been proposed that sophisticated social strategies ...
    • Using situation lattices in sensor analysis 

      Ye, Juan; Coyle, Lorcan; Dobson, Simon Andrew; Nixon, Paddy (IEEE Computer Society, 2009-03) - Conference item
      Highly sensorised systems present two parallel challenges: how to design a sensor suite that can efficiently and cost-effectively support the needs of given services; and to extract the semantically relevant interpretations, ...
    • What are we doing when we theorise about context sensitivity? 

      Ball, Derek Nelson (Routledge, 2017-03-22) - Book item