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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

B1

The role of crowding in mental maze solving

Semizer, Yelda

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Crowding

B2

More crowded, less numerous: Crowding reduces the number of perceived items in numerosity perception

Li, Miao

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Crowding

B3

The role of transient attention on the inner-outer asymmetry of crowding

Khalayly, Bahiya

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Crowding

B4

Probability cuing uncovers object-based frames of reference in crowding

Rummens, Koen

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Crowding

B5

Does the training on a visual crowding task alter the population receptive field estimates?

Lin, Yih-Shiuan

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Crowding

B6

Simplifying the repeated crowding-distance test for normal and amblyopic children.

Haine, Louisa

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Crowding

B7

How crowding challenges (feedforward) convolutional neural networks

Lonnqvist, Ben

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Crowding

B8

Modulation of fixational eye movements during visual crowding

Prahalad, Krish

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Crowding

B10

The Energy-Normalized MAX Observer Approximates the Ideal Observer Under High-levels of Simultaneous Orientation and Scale Uncertainty in White Noise

Oluk, Can

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Models

B11

Consequences of Eye’s Optics and Geometry for Retinal Image Motion

Cox, Michele A.

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Models

B12

Visual Information Fidelity with better Vision Models and better Mutual Information Estimates

Malo, Jesus

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Models

B13

Contralateral delay activity and induced alpha power are modulated by memory load independently of stimulus eccentricity in a virtual reality setup

Klotzsche, Felix

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B14

Decoding visible and memorized stimulus features from neuronal ensembles in the prefrontal and visual cortices

Sapountzis, Panagiotis

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B15

Dissociating the impact of stimulus memorability and encoding success on EEG correlates of visual long-term memory encoding

Kolisnyk, Matthew

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B16

Dissociation between eye position and working memory signals during virtual reality tasks in the primate lateral prefrontal cortex

Roussy, Megan

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B17

Embracing New Techniques in Deep Learning for Predicting Image Memorability

Needell, Coen

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B18

Ruling out a role for oscillatory coupling of frontal theta and posterior alpha in visual long-term memory encoding

Zhao, Chong

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B19

Understanding how analysis choices are essential for the meaningful interpretation of visual working memory data

Iamshchinina, Polina

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B20

Working Memory and Prefrontal Neural Activity of Macaques in Early Adolescence

Zhu, Junda

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B21

Prefrontal gamma power and LFP tuning in working memory decrease during monkey adolescent development

Wang, Zhengyang

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B22

Distraction disrupts attentional filtering for visual working memory: Neural and behavioral evidence for the Filter Disruption Theory

Dube, Blaire

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B23

Sleep depth is represented in the early visual area: evidence from multivoxel pattern analysis

Yamada, Takashi

Osprey

Visual Memory: Neural mechanisms

B24

Attention to Absences

Morales, Jorge

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B25

Does mental imagery vividness predict memory performance?

Thorudottir, Sandra

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B26

Exploring individual differences in neuropsychological and visuospatial working memory task performance in aphantasia

Pounder, Zoe

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B27

Matter over mind: Effects of imagery and perceptual priming on visual attention

Liao, Ming-Ray

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B28

Parallel neural representation shared by visual perception and mental imagery

Huang, Yingying

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B29

Intuitive physics does not rely on visual imagery

Washington, Taylor

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B30

Drawing ability correlates with visual memory performance

Děchtěrenko, Filip

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B31

Drawings reveal accurate visual information in memory after just 100 ms of exposure

Greenberg, Rebecca

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B32

Effects of prior knowledge on memory for objects in real-world scenes: Schema violations benefit memory and metacognitive performance

Klever, Lena

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B33

Fast, fleeting, and memorable: The link between image memorability and the perception of time

Gedvila, Madeline

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B34

Scene grammar facilitates object-location binding in realistic scenes

Mikhalev, Nikita

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B35

Perception of soft materials relies on physics-based object representations: Behavioral and computational evidence

Bi, Wenyan

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B36

Seeing cloth-covered objects: A case study of intuitive physics in perception, attention, and memory

Wong, Kimberly W.

Osprey

Visual Memory: Imagery, drawing, scenes

B41

Pairing a visual stimulus with VTA micro-stimulation changes the response properties of posterior inferior temporal cortical neurons

Herpers, Jerome

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B42

Neural mechanisms underlying enhanced visual search performance in action video game players

Birch-Hurst, Kayley

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B43

Skipping breakfast changes visual processing: incretins contribution to short-term visual plasticity

Animali, Silvia

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B44

Sequence learning is surprisingly fragile in visual search

Toh, Yi Ni

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B45

Task-irrelevant perceptual learning of moving natural stimuli induces a bias away from the exposed movement direction

Marzoll, Andreas

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B46

Spatiotopic skew distortion adaptation with simultaneously present opposing stimuli

Sauer, Yannick

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B47

Recovering Spatial Structure in Spatio-Temporal Visual Statistical Learning

Garber, Dominik

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B48

Pupil dynamics signals visuo-spatial statistical learning

Nagy, Marton

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B49

Mutual information predicts the magnitude of categorical perception in a shape space

Feldman, Jacob

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B50

Replicating Synesthetic Stroop effects in Non-synesthetic Contexts

Zelazny, Aurore

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B51

Failure to account for extrinsic noise when integrating visual cues and prior information

Aston, Stacey

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B52

Common structure underlying visual and non-visual judgments of randomness

Reiner, Caroline

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B53

From fixation to fixational eye movements – microsaccades in perceptual learning

Hung, Shao-Chin

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B54

Visual field defects – correspondence of fMRI and subjective estimates

Prabhakaran, Gokulraj T

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B55

Chiasmal malformations dataset: a unique neuroimaging testbed

Puzniak, Robert J.

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B56

Broad and long-lasting vision improvements in youth with infantile nystagmus after home training with a perceptual learning app

Goossens, Jeroen

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B57

Mechanisms that stabilize visual perceptual learning differ in children and adults: Evidence from psychophysics and magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Frank, Sebastian

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B58

Perceptual learning with complex objects: A comparison between full-practice training and memory reactivation

Chen, Chiu-Yueh

Manatee

Plasticity and Learning 1

B59

Tracking moving objects with attention and working memory

Lukavský, Jiří

Manatee

Attention: Objects

B60

Visual sensitivity and reaction time measures show no evidence for purely exogenous object-based attention

Shurygina, Olga

Manatee

Attention: Objects

B61

Excess success in studies of object-based attention

Thunell, Evelina

Manatee

Attention: Objects

B62

Have a look - the role of covert attention shifts for object integration: Evidence from pupillometry.

Nowack, Leonie

Manatee

Attention: Objects

B63

Lapses in sustained attention predicted by changes in visually-guided movements

Moher, Jeff

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B64

What we’ve been missing about what we’ve been missing: Above-chance sensitivity to inattentional blindness stimuli

Nartker, Makaela

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B65

Attention Differentially Modulates Brief and Prolonged Inhibitions in Paracontrast Masking

Konyali, Afife

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B66

Expected and unexpected distractors in the Eriksen flanker task

Bulger, Eli

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B67

Meta-cognitive judgements of change detection predict change blindness

Barnas, Adam

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B68

The role of emotional information in banner blindness

Sapronov, Frol

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B69

Exploring the consistency of the affective consequences of cognitive-control for visual stimuli across tasks and individuals.

Clancy, Elizabeth

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B70

Statistical regularity affects inattentional blindness

Chong, Ling Lee

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B71

The Attentional Blink when viewing Natural vs. Urban Scenes

Eich, Brandon

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B72

The Decisional Blink? Response criterion and the attentional blink paradigm.

Grubb, Michael A.

Manatee

Attention: Inattention and lapses

B81

Threshold versus Accumulator Frameworks of Manual Steering and Automation Takeover Initiation

Goodridge, Courtney Michael

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Navigation

B82

The coordination of gaze and steering behavior in drone-racing pilots during high-speed flight

Powell, Nathaniel V.

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Navigation

B83

Gaze distribution around footholds in rough terrain.

Panfili, Daniel

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Navigation

B84

The neighborhood of interaction in human crowds is explained by visual information

Warren, William

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Navigation

B85

Third-order Motion, Not First-order Motion, Is Used to Control Locomotion When Following a Crowd

Zhu, Zhenyu

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Navigation

B86

Visual Models of Collision Avoidance with Moving Obstacles

Bai, Jiuyang

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Navigation

B87

Walking speed and trunk sway: Influence of an approaching person's gait pattern on collision avoidance

Bourgaize, Sheryl

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Navigation

B88

Where do I go from here?: Spatial navigation strategy and disorientation when switching environments

Krzys, Karolina

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Navigation

B89

Modelling trajectories from choice reaching experiments through submovement decomposition

Heinke, Dietmar

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Reaching, pointing and grasping 1

B90

Motor adaptations for object size perception and grasping

Sanz Diez, Pablo

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Reaching, pointing and grasping 1

B91

Bimanual grasping adheres to Weber’s law

Giesel, Martin

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Reaching, pointing and grasping 1

B92

Further evidence that people do not rely on allocentric information to guide their movements when the target is visible

Crowe, Emily M.

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Reaching, pointing and grasping 1

B93

Prediction of visual target positions from movement kinematics

Bosco, Annalisa

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Reaching, pointing and grasping 1

B94

The effect of airflow on (visually induced) motion sickness during a simulated driving task

Igoshina, Elizaveta

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Virtual environments 1

B95

A Toolbox for Perception and Action Experiments Using the Vizard VR Platform

Schuetz, Immo

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Virtual environments 1

B96

Impact of development on spatial cue processing

Garobbio, Simona

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Virtual environments 1

B97

Integrating top-down and bottom-up attention control factors: an EEG study

Rashal, Einat

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B98

Tuned normalization bandwidth is unaltered by attention

Klimova, Michaela

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B99

Reduced learning of implicit expectations in behavior and early visual cortex responses in autism

Costa, Thiago Leiros

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B100

Extracting Evidence for Neural Rhythms from Behavioral Measurements

Cha, Oakyoon

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B101

Flaws in data binning for population receptive field analyses

Stoll, Susanne

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B102

Lateralization of spontaneous alpha-band oscillations biases contrast perception

Balestrieri, Elio

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B103

The N2pc Component Does Not Always Precede Eye Movements

Talcott, Travis N.

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B104

TMS entrains occipital alpha activity: Individual alpha frequency predicts inter-trial phase coherence

Lin, Yong-Jun

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B105

How are theories of consciousness empirically tested? The Consciousness Theories Studies (ConTraSt) database

Yaron, Itay

Dolphin

Attention: Neural

B106

Prevalence effects in two feature dimensions

Lyu, Wanyi

Dolphin

Attention: Spatial, features

B107

Long-term selection history persistently enhances and suppresses visual features

Addleman, Douglas

Dolphin

Attention: Spatial, features

B108

Feature Avoidance: A Result of Probabilistic Attentional Guidance

Narhi-Martinez, William

Dolphin

Attention: Spatial, features

B109

Peripheral Cues Can Repulse Unbound Features Closer to Fixation

Ceja, Cristina

Dolphin

Attention: Spatial, features

B110

Narrowing Down Spatial Attention Reduces Surround Suppression

Kınıklıoğlu, Merve

Dolphin

Attention: Spatial, features

B111

The role of attention and feature-space proximity in perceptual biases from serial dependence

Rafiei, Mohsen

Dolphin

Attention: Spatial, features

B112

Feature Competition Modulates the Profile of Feature-based Attention

Fang, Ming W.H.

Dolphin

Attention: Spatial, features

B121

Radial biases influence face identification in the periphery

Roux-Sibilon, Alexia

Egret

Face Perception 2

B122

Untangling human face identity based on horizontal information

Dumont, H

Egret

Face Perception 2

B123

Object Categorization and Response Bias Flexibly Change Depending on Cross-Spatial Scale Coherence and Task Demands

Santo, Miguel

Egret

Face Perception 2

B124

The role of the eye region for familiar face recognition: Event-related brain potentials reveal repetition priming for blur chimeras but not fully filtered faces.

Quinn, Bartholomew

Egret

Face Perception 2

B125

Face categories modulate the perceived proximity of faces

Galusca, Cristina I.

Egret

Face Perception 2

B126

Reading direction alters how faces are perceived

Hussain, Zahra

Egret

Face Perception 2

B127

Tracking Face learning: Understanding face familiarity in natural and laboratory settings.

Mileva, Viktoria R

Egret

Face Perception 2

B128

Confidence judgements for detecting and discriminating changes in emotional facial expressions

Bruno, Aurelio

Egret

Face Perception 2

B129

Happy centre, happy whole: Foveal vision determines the perceived emotion of face ensembles

Yu, Dandan

Egret

Face Perception 2

B130

Facial expressions of emotion include iconic signals of rejection and acceptance

Noelle, Jonas

Egret

Face Perception 2

B131

Social Trait Facial Expressions Comprise Latent Affective Facial Signals

Hensel, Laura B.

Egret

Face Perception 2

B132

The influence of emotion and empathy on gaze patterns when exploring controlled static and ecological dynamic faces

Coutrot, Antoine

Egret

Face Perception 2

B133

The Impact of Acute Diesel Exhaust Exposure on Executive Brain Function

Faherty, Thomas

Egret

Face Perception 2

B134

Synthetic faces: how perceptually convincing are they?

Nightingale, Sophie

Egret

Face Perception 2

B135

Brain networks dynamically represent and transfer behaviorally-relevant face and object features but quickly reduce them when they are behaviorally-irrelevant

Duan, Yaocong

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B136

Can MEG Source Localization Reveal the Time Course of Processing in the FFA, PPA, and EBA?

Lydic, Kirsten

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B137

Contributions of the early visual system to high-level visual distinctions

Kramer, Lily E.

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B138

Dynamic representation of information prediction in the brain

Yan, Yuening

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B139

From the lab into the wild: studying cognition with mobile EEG and augmented reality

Krugliak, Alexandra

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B140

Modeling feedback representations in ventral visual cortex using a generative adversarial autoencoder

Mohsenzadeh, Yalda

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B141

The dynamic relationship between neural category discrimination and perceptual behavior measured with iEEG across tasks

Boring, Matthew

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B142

Modelling local and global explanations for shape aftereffects with naturalistic novel stimuli

Morgenstern, Yaniv

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B143

Individual differences in attractive and repulsive context effects on shape categorization

Van Geert, Eline

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B144

Visual affects: Linking curiosity, Aha-Erlebnis, and memory through information gain

Damiano, Claudia

Egret

Object Recognition: Dynamics

B145

Eye and hand tracking during a complex task: Parsing a neuropsychological test in their subcomponents

Juantorena, Gustavo

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms

B146

Microsaccades before response initiation reflect angular errors in a manual peripheral localization task

Kosovicheva, Anna

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms

B147

The Dynamics of Perception and Action

Lappin, Joseph S

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms

B148

Updating across saccades depends on eccentricity and predictability

Stewart, Emma

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms

B149

A sensory race between oculomotor control areas for coordinating motor timing

Buonocore, Antimo

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms

B150

Anticipatory smooth eye movements adapt to higher-order probabilistic structure of the environment

Carneiro Morita, Vanessa

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms

B151

The role of knowledge of Newtonian mechanics in anticipatory smooth pursuit eye movements

Wang, Jie

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms

B152

Keep your eyes on the puck: Context information can induce predictive eye movements

Goettker, Alexander

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms

B153

Are tracking eye movements driven by an internal model of target motion ?

Quinet, Julie

Egret

Eye Movements: Saccades, cognition, neural mechanisms