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Poster Session B

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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