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Poster Session A

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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