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Poster Session B

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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

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