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Poster Session D

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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

D1

Differential Patterns of Activation and Deactivation among Brain Regions Selective for Face and Scene Processing

Peng, Vivian T.-Y.

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D2

Modulating Activation of Brain Regions Selective for Face and Scene Processing: The Effects of Attentional Orienting

Shyi, Gary C.-W.

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D3

Brain activity reflecting social values associated with faces during binocular rivalry

Whang, Soo Young

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D4

Individual differences in susceptibility to temporal contextual cues during classification of facial expressions

Hussain Ismail, Ahamed Miflah

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D5

The Subjective Duration of Looming and Receding Emotional Faces

Min, Yeji

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D6

Pattern completion of object-level information in classification images of Mooney faces

Gauper, Aidan

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D7

The Effect of Image Variability on Matching Unfamiliar Own and Other-Race Faces 

Mugavin, Samantha

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D8

Racial ambiguity impairs holistic face processing

Yan, Linlin

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D9

Upper visual field bias for face detection in infants

Tsurumi, Shuma

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D10

The effects of gaze and head orientation on the speed of face categorization during RSVP

Or, Charles C.-F.

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D11

The relationship between facial ensemble representations

Kwon, Dasom

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D12

Direct gaze detection advantage is independent from normal face/eyes configuration

Wang, Haozhe

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D13

Follow Because of Trust: Trust Modulates the Gaze Cueing Effect

Shengyuan, Wang

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D14

Vitality makes dynamic faces more attractive than static faces

Zheng, Ruoying

Osprey

Face Perception 1

D15

The effects of stimulus onset and offset asynchrony on audiovisual temporal recalibration

Wang, Yaru

Osprey

Multisensory Processing 1

D16

Audiovisual Spatial Congruency Modulates Perceptual and Metacognitive Components of Sound-induced Flash Illusion

Chen, Yi-Chuan

Osprey

Multisensory Processing 1

D17

Multi-modal representation of the size of space in the human brain

Lee, Jaeeun

Osprey

Multisensory Processing 1

D18

Origins of the Kiki-Bouba effect

Passi, Ananya

Osprey

Multisensory Processing 1

D19

The association between audio-visual spatial integration and hallucinations in Schizophrenia

Lee, Hyunseok

Osprey

Multisensory Processing 1

D20

The Asymmetric Switch Cost between Subitizing and Estimation in Tactile Modality

Lou, Chunmiao

Osprey

Multisensory Processing 1

D21

Illusory body ownership of dynamic invisible body is not associated with multimodal changes in body perception

Tanino, Fumiya

Osprey

Multisensory Processing 1

D41

Blue light impairment on the speed of exogenous attention shift

Yang, Chien-Chun

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D42

Difference analysis of visual brain response between natural light and traditional LED based on steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP) paradigm stimulation

Tian, Peiyuan

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D43

In search of early cortical mechanisms for color: individual variability in steady-state VEP amplitudes for hues sweeping around the isoluminant LM and S cone-opponent plane

Kaneko, Sae

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D44

The development of hue selectivity in human visual cortex

Yang, Jiale

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D45

Comparison of fMRI Experimental Paradigm for Decoding Color Constancy

Kuang, Mei

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D46

Effects of the surface-undulation spatial frequency on perceptual highlight removal for lightness perception.

Nohira, Hiroki

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D47

What factors determine the effects of color on perceived gloss? -Helmholtz-Kohlrausch effect vs highlight-shading color contrast-

Koizumi, Kazuto

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D48

Temporal characteristics of the Craik–O’Brien–Cornsweet effect as revealed by high-speed motion correspondence

Yokosuka, Saki

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D49

Comparison of Asian countries on the brightness perception of facial skin influenced by skin hue

He, Yuanyuan Haley

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D50

Color and Emotion Associations in Dravidian Culture.

Shiva Ram, Male

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D51

Painterly depictions of glasses display a stylized pattern of highlights

Van Zuijlen, Mitchell J.P.

Manatee

Color, Light and Material

D52

Inhibiting saccades to hands: High-level visual processes modulate oculomotor control

Chen, Hsinyuan

Manatee

Eye movements

D53

Does the difference in cranial current path change the torsional impression and behavior Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation?

Hara, Akiyoshi

Manatee

Eye movements

D54

The mind’s eye: mind-wandering revealed by eye movement hidden Markov model

Chen, Zih-Ling

Manatee

Eye movements

D55

Differentiating luminance, arousal, and cognitive signals on pupil size and microsaccades

Wang, Chin-An Josh

Manatee

Eye movements

D81

Exploring and explaining properties of motion processing in biological brains using a neural network

Rideaux, Reuben

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D82

Dynamic presentation boosts the Ebbinghaus illusion but eliminates simultaneous contrast and Muller-lyer

Takao, Saki

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D83

A motion-energy-based optimization method for generating an image sequence causing four-stroke apparent motion illusion

Kawabe, Takahiro

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D84

Adaptation to an illusory aspect ratio distorted by motion patches in a deformation vector field

Nakada, Hoko

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D85

The flash grab effect into the blind spot

Murakami, Ikuya

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D87

Metacognitive adaptation revealed in serial dependence of visual confidence judgments

Ng, Leo C. H.

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D88

The effect of high fps on vision in visual presentation under active motion

Furukawa, Masahiro

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D89

Differences in virtual and physical head orientation predict sickness during head-mounted display based virtual reality

Palmisano, Stephen

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D90

Creation of a new vection total index calculated by new individual models of latency, duration and magnitude of vection.

Iida, Ryo

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D91

Comparison of the features of visual vection with those of cutaneous vection

Murata, Kayoko

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D92

Stimulus meaning can alter vection strength

Jiang, Moyou

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D93

Subjective colorfulness and preferred color facilitate vection.

Yu, Lu

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D94

A picture book that causes vection and that ratings.

Aoki, Takuya

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D95

Three vection studies from a view point of multimedia

Na, Hua

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D96

Correlation analyses between various aspects of human life and vection strength

Seno, Takeharu

Dolphin

Motion Perception 1

D97

Four-dimensional energy spectrum model of natural texture perception

Okada, Kosuke

Dolphin

Spatial and Temporal Vision

D98

A computational model to predict the visibility of alpha-blended images

Fukiage, Taiki

Dolphin

Spatial and Temporal Vision

D99

White matter microstructural properties in glaucoma: multi-contrast magnetic resonance imaging study

Ogawa, Shumpei

Dolphin

Spatial and Temporal Vision

D101

Temporal synchrony accompany with structure cue is more effective in the segmentation task

Chen, Yen-Ju

Dolphin

Spatial and Temporal Vision

D102

Temporal characteristics of bandpass noise that cause visual unpleasantness

Ogawa, Narumi

Dolphin

Spatial and Temporal Vision

D103

Averaging performances of orientations decrease in proportion to depth increase

Takebayashi, Hikari

Dolphin

Spatial and Temporal Vision