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Poster Session C

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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

C81

Attentional dynamics during multiple object tracking are explained at subsecond resolution by a new 'hypothesis-driven adaptive computation' framework

Belledonne, Mario

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C82

Behavioral benefits of spatial attention explained by multiplicative gain, not receptive field shifts, in a neural network model.

Fox, Kai

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C83

Investigating the Role of Cognitive Control in Aesthetic Judgments

Bara, Ionela

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C84

Hemifield effects on divided attention for dual tasks with visual objects

Popovkina, Dina

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C85

Inopportune Warning Cues Benefit Only Some Participants in a Poser Cueing Task

Crouse, Monique

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C86

Effects of task-relevant, and -irrelevant competition on attentional cuing and visual search

Kim, Cheol Hwan

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C87

Neural Correlates of Object-Based Attention in Early Visual Cortex in a 100% Valid Exogenous Cuing Task

Lytchenko, Taissa K.

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C88

Neural reconstructions of task-relevant and irrelevant features of attended objects

Chen, Jiageng

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C89

Frontal-plane distance judgments between two equal-size items are made on the basis of a salience map

Gan, Lingyu

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C90

Quantifying the effects of feature similarity on attentional selection using psychophysical scaling

Chapman, Angus

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C91

An improved method for evaluating inverted encoding models

Scotti, Paul S

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C92

Successfully withholding attention shifts is strongly modulated by shift/hold cue ratio

Elliott, Lauren

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C93

Both cue directionality and mental perspective contribute to social attention

Mayrand, Florence

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C94

Examining External and Internal Attentional Breadths

Lim, Y. Isabella

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C95

Gazing to look vs. gazing to think: Gaze cueing is modulated by the perception of others' external vs. internal attention

Colombatto, Clara

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues

C96

Comparing Human and AI Attention in Visuomotor Tasks

Zhang, Ruohan

Dolphin

Attention: Divided, models, objects and cues