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Poster Session F

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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

F1

Behavioral and attentional coding of expected reward and risk

Sun, Sai

Osprey

Attention

F3

Can attention break through the ensemble? Only with more time

Deepu Rajan, Nidhi

Osprey

Attention

F4

Disengaging from the forest versus the trees: The spatial extent of focused attention modulates the rate of attentional disengagement

Jefferies, Lisa

Osprey

Attention

F5

Exploring the neural correlates of stimulus-driven reorienting and stimulus evaluation

Lee, Jongmin

Osprey

Attention

F6

The postdictive effect of choice reflects the modulation of attention on choice

Zhou, Yiling

Osprey

Attention

F7

Temporal blank event facilitates sustained attention and attenuates the attentional blink

Kihara, Ken

Osprey

Attention

F9

The temporal window of attention to self-generated stimuli

Tanaka, Takumi

Osprey

Attention

F10

The visual attention at the hand-movement goal independent of the top-down attention

Wu, Wei

Osprey

Attention

F11

Visual attention maximizes expected information gain in goal inference

Shi, Bohao

Osprey

Attention

F12

Effects of exogenous and endogenous attention on perceived duration and stimulus onset detection

Katsumata, Ryosuke

Osprey

Attention

F13

Horizontal vs. vertical spatial anisotropy of attentional bias toward negatively valenced words

Tanda, Tomoyuki

Osprey

Attention

F14

Visibility of the prime is associated with both inhibition and facilitation in response priming.

Morimoto, Yukihiro

Osprey

Attention

F15

Different effects of multisensory integration on three attention networks

Guo, Xuanru

Osprey

Attention

F16

Attention Prioritization for a Friend’s Target During Joint Visual Search

Sakata, Chifumi

Osprey

Visual Search

F17

Distractor size matters: Distractors may, or may not, speed target-absent searches

Lawrence, Rebecca

Osprey

Visual Search

F18

Scene context limits processing to target-consistent regions without changing object processing rates in efficient search tasks

Ng, Gavin J.P.

Osprey

Visual Search

F19

Search Asymmetry Revisited: Search for Target with More Features than Distractors is Not Necessarily More Efficient

Tsai, Chia-Chun

Osprey

Visual Search

F20

Semantic contextual cueing effects depend on verbal working memory rather than spatial working memory

Xu, Luzi

Osprey

Visual Search

F21

Search efficiency in parallel search is not impacted (or only minimally so) by background complexity.

Cui, Yaoyun

Osprey

Visual Search

F22

Possibility of predicting target position immediately by anchor object

Katsuragi, Reiya

Osprey

Visual Search

F23

Target-absent visual search reveals distinctiveness computations in the brain

Jacob, Georgin

Osprey

Visual Search

F24

Category Learning of Medical Images: How does Comparison Help?

Yang, Zhong

Osprey

Visual Search

F41

Visual short-term memory contents bias eye-specific attention

Choe, Eunhye

Manatee

Visual Memory

F42

Trading Capacity for Precision in Working Memory: Reviving the Effect of Negative Emotion on Working Memory

Guo, Yang

Manatee

Visual Memory

F43

Retaining Quantitative-dimension Binding in Working Memory: A Passive Process

Gao, Qi

Manatee

Visual Memory

F44

How does working memory work? The manipulation unit of visual working memory

Ji, Huichao

Manatee

Visual Memory

F45

Memory superiority for interactive biological motion in working memory

Li, Wenwen

Manatee

Visual Memory

F47

Probabilistic working memory representations in visual cortex

Temudo, Ainsley

Manatee

Visual Memory

F48

Selectively maintaining object features within visual working memory

Wei, Chen

Manatee

Visual Memory

F49

Biological Movement is Stored Independently from Body Posture in Working Memory

Zhao, Yuanxiu

Manatee

Visual Memory

F50

A gradual transition from veridical to categorical representations along the visual hierarchy for memory but not perception.

Chunharas, Chaipat

Manatee

Visual Memory

F51

Involuntary and voluntary processes compete for entering focus of attention of working memory

Li, Jiaofeng

Manatee

Visual Memory

F52

Continuous spatial perception is organized via cartesian coordinate over time: evidence from ‘serial dependence effect’

Luo, Minghao

Manatee

Visual Memory

F53

The role of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in the consolidation of visual perceptual learning is mediated by the wake/sleep cycle

He, Qing

Manatee

Visual Memory

F54

The fate of surface features in moving object when crossing a tunnel

He, Wenzhen

Manatee

Visual Memory

F56

The role of high-order statistics in evoking perceptual priming effect on rapid scene categorization

Yu, Yana

Manatee

Scene Perception

F58

Determinants of visual discrimination, visual preference and perceived complexity of synthetic images varying in natural scene statistics

Nguyen, Leena

Manatee

Scene Perception

F59

Ensemble coding of temporally distributed elements eliminates irrelevant stimuli of salient size

Saito, Marina

Manatee

Scene Perception

F60

Boundary extension and contraction are predicted by the natural statistics of images

Lin, Feikai

Manatee

Scene Perception

F61

Effective CNN-based Image Dehazing for UAV Deep Visual Odometry

Lee, Gao Yu

Manatee

Scene Perception

F62

Postural adjustment as a function of the spatial frame tilt.

Fujimoto, Kanon

Manatee

Perception and Action

F63

Members of highly entitative groups are implicitly expected to behave consistently based on their deep-level goals instead of their shallow-level movements

Yin, Jun

Manatee

Perception and Action

F64

Using model comparisons to reveal the mechanisms of confidence generation

Shekhar, Medha

Manatee

Perception and Action

F65

Eye–hand coordination reveals the role of body awareness in motor control

Matsumiya, Kazumichi

Manatee

Perception and Action

F66

Working memory load affects both motor replanning and execution

Wen, Xiao

Manatee

Perception and Action

F67

Confidence computation incorporates both task-relevant and task-irrelevant noises unlike decision making

Kim, Kyuin

Manatee

Perception and Action

F68

The Occipital Place Area Encodes the Existence of an Obstacle

Kham, Dongheon

Manatee

Perception and Action

F69

Shape congruence modulates visuo-haptic interactions during binocular rivalry

Shin, Haeji

Manatee

Perception and Action

F81

Towards acquisition of shape bias: Training convolutional neural networks with blurred images

Yoshihara, Sou

Dolphin

Object recognition

F82

Microgenesis of orientation appearance during common-onset masking

Nakamura, Tomoya

Dolphin

Object recognition

F83

Absence of object substitution masking in early infancy

Nakashima, Yusuke

Dolphin

Object recognition

F84

Simultaneous and sequential subitizing share a common object individuation-based mechanism: Evidence based on resource competition

Lei, Yang

Dolphin

Object recognition

F85

Which comes first? Examining breaking continuous suppression time of high-calorie and low-calorie foods

Lee, Hsing-Hao

Dolphin

Object recognition

F86

Tell the difference between pictures made by artists and computers: Categorization and evaluation

Ueda, Yoshiyuki

Dolphin

Object recognition

F87

Toward a general model of visual art perception - the role of expertise and culture.

Darda, Kohinoor M

Dolphin

Object recognition

F88

The Relationship Between Daytime and Nighttime Stereoacuity

Cheng, Chao-Chien

Dolphin

Binocular Vision

F89

Three-dimensional depth estimation of virtual objects in augmented reality

Lee, Ju Hyeong

Dolphin

Binocular Vision

F90

The effect of binocular disparities on the Mona Lisa effect: Examination of the effect of disparities given to different components of a portrait

Morita, Marie

Dolphin

Binocular Vision

F91

Relationship between the disparity tuning symmetry and responses to anti-correlated random dot stereograms in macaque areas V2, V3 and V3A

Yoshioka, Toshihide W.

Dolphin

Binocular Vision

F92

Greebles in 3D: Depth sensitivity is altered by classification training involving novel objects

Li, Zhen

Dolphin

Binocular Vision

F93

Content-Based Interaction Between Mask and Target in Continuous Flash Suppression

Zhu, Weina

Dolphin

Binocular Vision

F94

Feature-CoAlignment Between Mask and Stimulus Affects Suppression Depth in Continuous Flash Suppression

Drewes, Jan

Dolphin

Binocular Vision