Theses and Dissertations

  • Gagnon, K. T.. (2015). Not all those who wander are lost: Characterizing sex differences in spatial exploration and their relationship to navigation ability. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Utah.
  • Padilla, L. M. K. (2015). Sex differences in virtual navigation influenced by visual factors and individual differences. (2015). Masters thesis, University of Utah.
  • Ruginski, I.T. (2015). The effect of anxiety on gender differences in survey spatial learning. Masters thesis, University of Utah.



  • Why are men more mobile? Mating benefits and parenting costs. Chair: Layne Vashro. (2015, May). Human Behavior and Evolution Society annual meeting, Columbia, MO.
  • Individual differences in spatial cognition using virtual objects and environments. Chair: Jeanine Stefanucci (2015, September). International Conference on Spatial Cogntion, Rome, Italy