Training Spatial Orientation


The ability to orient in the environment is a complex behaviour that relies on a variety of cognitive functions. As such, individuals differ widely in their ability to find their way around. This research study focuses on investigating the effects of a spatial orientation training program on the ability of the individuals to orient in the environment. This project is particularly important given that spatial orientation skills are critical for our daily life functioning, and also because spatial orientation skills are very well known to decline early in life. By participating in this study you will contribute to improve spatial orientation skills of many people, and, importantly, you will have the opportunity to improve your own ability to orient in the environment!


Currently recruiting participants: Yes

Eligible gender: Male, Female

Eligible ages: 18 to 90

Accepts healthy participants: Yes

Inclusion criteria:

We are looking for healthy individuals who have not being diagnosed with any neurological condition.


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If interested in participating, please send an email to the Principal Investigator (G. Iaria) at, or call +1 403 220 8482

Principal investigator:

Giuseppe Iaria

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