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Cue integration: a review

In the last few years, a series of behavioural experiments have shown that the directional outputs of different navigational modalities can be simultaneously active in influencing an animal’s course, rather than working in a winner takes all manner. In this review paper, the authors bring this evidence together and use this evidence to update the Navinet model, which had previously been presented by Cruse and Wehner (2011).


Wehner, R., Hoinville, T., Cruse, H., & Cheng, K. (2016). Steering intermediate courses: desert ants combine information from various navigational routines. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 1-14.

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