Spatial memory - A unique window into healthy and pathological aging

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Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience December 2014 | Spatial memory – a unique window into healthy and pathological ageing | 1 ABOUT FRONTIERS Frontiers is more than just an open-access publisher of scholarly articles: it is a pioneering approach to the world of academia, radically improving the way scholarly research is managed. The grand vision of Frontiers is a world where all people have an equal opportunity to seek, share and generate knowledge. Frontiers provides immediate and permanent online open access to all its publications, but this alone is not enough to realize our grand goals. FRONTIERS JOURNAL SERIES The Frontiers Journal Series is a multi-tier and interdisciplinary set of open-access, online journals, promising a paradigm shift from the current review, selection and dissemination processes in academic publishing. All Frontiers journals are driven by researchers for researchers; therefore, they constitute a service to the scholarly community. At the same time, the Frontiers Journal Series operates on a revo-lutionary invention, the tiered publishing system, initially addressing specific communities of scholars, and gradually climbing up to broader public understanding, thus serving the interests of the lay society, too. DEDICATION TO QUALITY

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Wolbers, T., Dudchenko, P. A., & Wood, E. R. (2014). Spatial memory - A unique window into healthy and pathological aging. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 6(MAR). https://doi.org/10.3389/fnagi.2014.00035

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