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Poster Session E

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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

E81

The efficiency of visual search for a frequently-changed target is preserved in older adults

Goodhew, Stephanie C.

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E82

Mechanisms of covert spatial attention in encoding letter combinations

Ramamurthy, Mahalakshmi

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E83

Drift Diffusion Modeling of Intentional and Incidental Temporal Selection of Behaviorally Relevant Moments

Turker, Hamid

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E84

The spatial distribution of exogenous attention within and across hemifields

Chung, Yong Hoon

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E85

Exogenous Shifts of Spatial Attention Operate at a Finer Resolution than Endogenous Shifts

Reynolds, Chris

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E86

How exogenous and endogenous attention affect the vertical meridian asymmetry across spatial frequency and eccentricity

Jigo, Michael

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E87

Differential effects of endogenous and exogenous attention on sensory tuning

Fernandez, Antonio

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E88

Web-Based Assessment of Visuospatial Processing Speed Across the Lifespan

Fortenbaugh, Francesca

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E89

Effects of Age are Not Uniform Across Cognitive Processes: A Repeated-measures ERP Study

Reed, Catherine

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E90

Hemianopic field loss and change blindness in simulated driving

Swan, Garrett

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E91

Individual Differences in Objective and Subjective Socioeconomic Status, and the N2pc

Couperus, Jane

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E92

Improving left visual field attention in right unilateral stroke patients

Edwards, Grace

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E93

Depth-specific IOR effect when attention shifts from far to near space relative to viewer

Haponenko, Hanna

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E94

The Impact of Image Contrast, Blur, and Presentation Pattern on Visual Sustained Attention

Brau, Julia M.

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E95

The Role of Kinematic Properties in Multiple Object Tracking

Wang, Yang

Dolphin

Attention: Individual differences, spatiotemporal

E96

Exposure to congruent or incongruent audiovisual stimuli modulates observers’ prior about a common cause for vision and audition

Hong, Fangfang

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E97

Occlusion of dynamic objects influences visual expectations of ensuing sounds

Marin, Andrew

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E98

Spatial and feature tuning of serial dependence in audiovisual timing perception

Murai, Yuki

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E99

Primary visual cortex is activated by spoken language comprehension

Seydell-Greenwald, Anna

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E100

Visual Cues Reduce Spatial Uncertainty in Multi-Talker Situations

Xiong, Ying-Zi

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E101

Visual experience modulates sensitivity to statistics of reverberation

Garcia-Lazaro, Haydee

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E102

Influences of posture on gravity perception in the audiovisual bounce inducing effect

Brannick, Sydney M.

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E103

Online vs. In-Person Investigations of Multisensory Motion Perception

Soma Tsutsuse, Kayla

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E104

Visual-Emotional Association with Vowel Phonemes: Support of the Gleam-Glum Effect when Paired with Visual Imagery

McBeath, Michael K.

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E105

The feeling of "kiki": select tactile exposure or visual imagery can enhance abstract audio-tactile crossmodal correspondences, the bouba/kiki effect, early in development

Ciaramitaro, Vivian

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E106

Does color change the identification of color-flavor pairs?

Shavit, Adam

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E107

The effect of spatial frequency on visual-vestibular conflict detection

Halow, Savannah

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2

E108

Neural correlates of spontaneous non-optic vision in a blind individual

Breedlove, Jesse

Dolphin

Multisensory Processing 2