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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

A1

Classification images reveal uniform decay of facial feature information in visual working memory

Kuuramo, Crista

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A2

Using Visual Memory Schemas for Modulation of Image Memorability

Kyle-Davidson, Cameron

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A3

Expectations about the number of task-relevant objects gate attentional access to working memory

Zivony, Alon

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A4

Here it comes: Working memory is effectively 'flushed' even just by anticipation of an impending visual event boundary

Wang, Vivian

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A5

Random values from uncertainty intervals are as informative as point estimates in visual working memory

Czoschke, Stefan

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A6

Reliability of Visual Access: Modeling the trade-off between internal storage in visual working memory and external sampling

Hoogerbrugge, Alex J.

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A8

The format of visual working memory representations

Kwak, Yuna

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A9

The Item-Specific Proportion Congruency Effect is Contaminated by Short-Term Repetition Priming

Cochrane, Brett A.

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A10

Visual working memory for objects in scenes in younger and older adults: Insights from pupillometry

D'Innocenzo, Giorgia

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A11

Location Encoding in Visual Working Memory is not Completely Automatic

Tam, Joyce

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A12

Metrical properties of spatial and temporal reference frames in visual working memory

Heuer, Anna

Osprey

Visual Memory: Working, long-term 1

A13

Binding continuous features in working memory with plastic attractors

Bocincova, Andrea

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A14

Binding information to discrete objects improves retention in working memory

Yousif, Sami

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A15

Building a comprehensive model of visual memory from images and individuals

Wakeland-Hart, Cheyenne D.

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A16

Discounting the Effect of Memory on Repeated Measures of Beauty Judgment

Pombo, Maria

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A17

Does average size of an ensemble bias individual size representations during perception or working memory retention?

Choi, Yong Min

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A18

EEG signals represent updated memory representations in working memory

Shin, Young Seon

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A19

Evolving visual representations from noise

Maiello, Guido

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A20

How do humans process numerosity

Yu, Yanfei

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A21

Serial dependence in visual working memory: cognitive and neuronal mechanisms

Fischer, Cora

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A22

Temporal integration of feature probability distributions in visual working memory

Hansmann-Roth, Sabrina

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A23

The multiple encoding benefit: contributions from the number of encoding opportunities amplifies benefits from the length of encoding duration in visual long-term memory

Tozios, Caitlin J. I.

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A24

The Visual and Semantic Features that Predict Object Memory

Hovhannisyan, Mariam

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A25

Adding another dimension to history effects in vision: Larger serial dependence in the depth plane than in the fronto-parallel plane in virtual reality

Tanrikulu, Ömer Dağlar

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A26

Contextual vs. probabilistic learning of target locations in scenes differentially facilitate retrieval and attentional orienting

Sefranek, Marcus

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A27

Contextual cueing survives allocentric and egocentric transformations

Zheng, Lei

Osprey

Visual Memory: Encoding

A28

Auditory speed processing in sighted and blind individuals

Bertonati, Giorgia

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A29

Modelling event duration and overlap during EEG analysis

Skukies, René

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A30

The hand is quicker than the eye: Sensitivity to the timing of visual, vibrotactile, and bi-sensory stimulation

Villalonga, Mercedes B.

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A31

No Evidence for a Single Oscillator Underlying Discrete Visual Percepts

Morrow, Audrey

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A32

A strategy for presenting computational models intelligibly

Pohlmann, Maximilian

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A33

What determines the temporal extent of unconscious feature integration?

Vogelsang, Lukas

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A34

Sensory processes are delayed when expectations are not met

Urgen, Buse Merve

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A35

How long does stimulus processing last?

Herzog, Michael

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A36

Metacontrast Masking Across Different Contrast Polarities: The Role of Late ERP Components

Aydin, Alaz

Osprey

Temporal Processing

A41

Pupil size automatically encodes numerosity

Castaldi, Elisa

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A42

Watching people decide: decision prediction using heatmaps of reading of a decision-support document

Ghosh, Sucheta

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A43

Predicting cognitive performance using eye-movements, reaction time and difficulty level.

Arsalidou, Marie

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A44

An attentional limbo: Between saliency-driven and goal-driven selection, saccades become momentarily non-selective.

van Heusden, Elle

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A45

The Price of Breaking the Tyranny of Film: The cognitive demand of top-down processes

Simonson, Taylor

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A46

Transsaccadic peripheral-foveal associations for familiar and novel objects

Goktepe, Nedim

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A47

Machine learning, eye movements and mathematical problem solving

Sharaev, Maxim

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A48

Detection, Inspection and Re-Inspection: A functional approach to gaze behavior towards complex scenes

Linka, Marcel

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A49

Object-context inconsistencies affect gaze behavior differently than predicted by contextualized meaning maps

Pedziwiatr, Marek A.

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A50

Decoding of visually guided and interceptive saccades from area LIP of macaque monkeys

Churan, Jan

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A51

Dissociating cognitive effects and stimulus properties during pupil size measurements in response to product images

Franzen, Léon

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A52

Gaze behaviour: a window into quantifying task difficulty and performance using the Tower of London Task

Ayala, Naila

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A53

High-Resolution Eye-Tracking during Natural Real-World Interaction

Kapisthalam, Sanjana

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A54

Rethinking the center bias: from fixations to saccades

Mairon, Rotem

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A56

Cognitive influences on fixational eye movements during visual discrimination

Lin, Yen-Chu

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A57

Attentional strategies during mental arithmetic

Bachurina, Valentina

Manatee

Eye Movements: Cognition, neural mechanisms

A58

Retinotopic organization of high-level visual regions in the human brain

Leferink, Charlotte A

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A59

Local Symmetry in Human and Artificial Neural Networks

Xie, Yongzhen

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A60

Using a novel, stimuli-driven approach to uncover a robust image feature that drives human visual scene processing

Cheng, Annie

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A61

Categorical and analog representations of spatial directions in visual scenes in behavior and the brain

Weisberg, Steven

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A62

A river runs through it: Brain representations of segmented environments

Peer, Michael

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A63

Representation of spatial relations between multiple faces, bodies or people in the visual cortex

Abassi, Etienne

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A64

Neural Taskonomy: Explaining high-level visual processing of natural scenes using task-derived representations

Wang, Aria Y

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A65

Brain networks dynamically resolve basic algorithmic functions with task-specific strategies

Jaworska, Katarzyna

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A66

The stuff of natural scenes: probing human property judgments of textures, materials, and other amorphous scene components with convolutional neural networks

Nandiwada, Neha

Manatee

Scene Perception: Neural mechanisms

A67

Accessing meaning from different visual inputs: Word and object frequency effects in recognition behavior.

Turini, Jacopo

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A68

‘Distinctiveness’ of parts in novel objects

Tiedemann, Henning

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A69

Investigating the Spatial Congruency Bias: The privileged role of location in visual processing is a product of development

Gao, Mengcun

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A70

Three-dimensional pose discrimination in natural images of humans

Zhu, Hongru

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A71

Amodal statistical completion of occluded objects

Cherian, Thomas

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A72

Asynchronous visual flicker alters perceived curvature

Cunningham, Emily

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A73

Quantifying the latent semantic content of visual representations

Han, Chihye

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A74

How do individuals who report psychotic-like experiences process visual illusions?

Sperandio, Irene

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A75

Mapping perceptual spaces of objects and low-level features

Waraich, Suniyya A.

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A76

Scene wheels: Measuring perception and memory of real-world scenes with a continuous stimulus space

Son, Gaeun

Manatee

Object Recognition: Features and parts

A81

Deep Neural Networks as a Computational Model for the Human Perception of Visual Symmetry

Bonneh, Yoram

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A82

Configural processing in humans and deep convolutional neural networks

Keshvari, Shaiyan

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A83

Wedge patterns: A novel stimulus for studying mirror symmetry

Martinovic, Jasna

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A84

Efficient ensemble summaries are inversely related to visual crowding

Tiurina, Natalia

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A85

Ensemble representation of animacy could be based on mid-level visual features

Markov, Yuri

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A86

Does ensemble priming survive masking?

Servetnik, Maria

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A87

The effect of grouping on numerosity judgment varies with the autism-spectrum personality traits, consistent with changes in local-global biases.

Pomè, Antonella

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A88

Can multiple repetitions shield local processing from global interference?

Lee, Jong Han

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A89

I see something you don’t see: The influence of the learning context on object correspondence.

Hein, Elisabeth

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A90

Task set and instructions influence the relative weight of figural priors in figure-ground organization

Ghose, Tandra

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A91

Can Pac-Man Change Your Perception? Semantic Priming affects the probability of experiencing the Kanizsa Illusion

Davidson Litvak, Nataly

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A92

The effect of proximity and continuity on amodal completion

Komatsu, Hidemi

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A93

Toward Quantifying Ambiguities in Artistic Images

Wang, Xi

Dolphin

Perceptual Organization 1

A94

The role of category label in forming and functioning of a target template in visual search

Morozov, Maxim

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A95

Intertrial Effects in Visual Search Are Category Specific

Kershner, Ariel

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A96

Distractor suppression: Can top-down knowledge of non-target categorical information elicit rapid rejection?

Goetz, Jessica

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A97

The log rolls on: Hybrid search with same-category targets and distractors

Utochkin, Igor

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A98

Scene grammar guidance affects both visual search and incidental object memory

Beitner, Julia

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A99

Levels of visual clutter differentially impact search-based learning in naturalistic scenes.

Gkoumas, Christos

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A101

Is Contextual Cueing Unconscious? The Indirect Task Advantage in Implicit Learning

Meyen, Sascha

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A102

Contextual information, visual working memory and inhibitory control in hybrid visual search

Ison, Matias J.

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A103

A factorial analysis of contextual cueing reveals the primacy of local context surrounding the target

Ramzaoui, Hanane

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A104

Search guidance from the relative arrangement between objects

Ford, Steven

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A105

Repetition number, but not spacing, affects spatial context learning

Sisk, Caitlin

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A106

Different spatial transfer of high-level and low-level priming of pop-out with the double-drift illusion.

Ozkan, Mert

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A107

Perceptual and categorical similarity in visual search for multiple targets

Gorbunova, Elena

Dolphin

Visual Search: Categories, cues

A108

Nasal visual field of origin contributes to interocular competition strength

Sahakian, Andre

Dolphin

Binocular Vision: Rivalry and competition

A109

Examining Eye- and Stimulus-Level Competition during Rivalry Onset

Choi, Yeo Bi

Dolphin

Binocular Vision: Rivalry and competition

A110

InFoRM (Indicate-Follow-Replay-Me) Rivalry: A novel method to measure and analyze perceptual experience

Skerswetat, Jan

Dolphin

Binocular Vision: Rivalry and competition

A111

Binocular rivalry perceptual memory in schizophrenia and in acute ayahuasca administration

White, Keith

Dolphin

Binocular Vision: Rivalry and competition

A112

Interocular difference detection is facilitated as well as suppressed by surround masks

Kingdom, Frederick A. A.

Dolphin

Binocular Vision: Rivalry and competition

A113

Measuring the monocular interocular delay in amblyopia

Reynaud, Alexandre

Dolphin

Binocular Vision: Rivalry and competition

A121

Super-Recognizers: 70 cases identified with a novel diagnostic framework

Ramon, Meike

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A122

When better is worse: Better face recognizers are more susceptible to the effect of face masks

Stajduhar, Andreja

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A123

Consistency — a neglected marker of superior face processing

Nador, Jeffrey

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A124

Individual differences in face perception: Development and validation of the Oxford Face Matching Test (OFMT)

Stantic, Mirta

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A125

Face memory and source memory abilities correlate in typical perceivers.

Hancock, Peter JB

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A126

Response times in an old/new face recognition test provide an objective measure of face memory deficits in developmental prosopagnosia

Palsamudram, Tanvi

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A127

The inseparability of visual processes in developmental dyslexia and the inseparability of visual categories in developmental prosopagnosia

Jozranjbar, Bahareh

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A128

Typical visual processing of Navon-style compound letters and compound arrows in developmental prosopagnosia

Tsantani, Maria

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A129

Do developmental prosopagnosics with high vs. low levels of autism traits differ in how they process faces?

Fry, Regan

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A130

No association between face identification abilities and “mind-reading” in the eyes

Ledrou-Paquet, Vicki

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A131

Persisting Prosopagnosia due to COVID-19

Kieseler, Marie-Luise

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A132

Modelling individual preferences reveals that face beauty is not universally perceived across cultures

Zhan, Jiayu

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1

A133

Go-/ no-go decisions based on gradually revealed visual information.

Kuper, Clara

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A134

Motor inhibition processes in Go/No-Go and Stop Signal Tasks: New insight from mouse tracking

Benedetti, Viola

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A135

Differential effects of positive and negative reward prediction error on saccade response time adaptation in a reversal learning visual stop-signal task

Sajad, Amirsaman

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A136

Decision-Making in Human Crowds: Nonlinear Competition Dynamics

Wirth, Trenton D.

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A137

Near-instantaneous choices in a tapping task

Brenner, Eli

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A138

Effects of visually masked numbers and lines on brain activity

Zerweck, Iris A.

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A139

Modeling associative motor learning through capacity-limited reinforcement learning

Lerch, Rachel

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A140

The Black Hole Illusion: Theory and Tests

Jakicic, Victoria

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A141

Mixed selectivity in macaque medial parietal cortex for gaze and motor parameters

Vaccari, Francesco Edoardo

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A142

Precise functional connections from the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex to the intuitive physics network in the human brain

Navarro-Cebrian, Ana

Egret

Perception and Action: Decision making, models, neural mechanisms

A143

Decoding observed actions at the subordinate, basic and superordinate level

Zhuang, Tonghe

Egret

Perception and Action: Action and body perception 1

A144

Emotional body language mediates activity in the macaque body patches

Patterson, Amanda

Egret

Perception and Action: Action and body perception 1

A145

Revealing the architecture underlying the representation of observed actions - evidence from behavioral and fMRI studies

Kabulska, Zuzanna

Egret

Perception and Action: Action and body perception 1

A146

Perceiving social events in a physical world

Shu, Tianmin

Egret

Perception and Action: Action and body perception 1

A147

Seeing others’ intentions in autism

Becchio, Cristina

Egret

Perception and Action: Action and body perception 1

A148

Individual differences in classification images of Mooney faces

Canas-Bajo, Teresa

Egret

Face Perception: Individual differences 1