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Poster Session H

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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

H1

Using electrooculography to track closed-eye movements.

MacNeil, Raymond R.

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H2

Discriminable human gaze patterns for solid objects versus 2-D and 3-D pictures of those objects

Fairchild, Grant

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H3

Torsional eye movements while viewing an illusory tilted scene

Winnick, Ariel

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H5

A Model of the Post-saccadic Dynamics of Visual Sensitivity

Yang, Bin

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H6

Temporal dynamics of peri-microsaccadic perceptual modulations in the foveola

Stearns, Zoe

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H7

Alterations in oculomotor behavior in healthy aging and mild cognitive impairment

Kwon, Elisa

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H8

Eye movement deficits in Parkinson’s patients are compensated during go/no-go manual interceptions

Fooken, Jolande

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H9

Objective Dynamic Visual Acuity Assessment Method Based on Steady-State Visual Evoked Potentials with Smooth-Pursuit Eye Movements Recording

Du, Chenghang

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H10

Smooth Pursuit Stabilizes Objects in Perceptual and not Retinal Coordinates

Maechler, Marvin, R.

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H11

Post-saccadic dynamics of visual sensitivity across the visual field

Li, Yuanhao

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H12

A natural look at scanpath theory: The way we move our head and eyes predicts scene recognition

Anderson, Nicola

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H13

Features derived from a deep neural network distinguish visual cues used by CCTV experts versus novices

Peng, Yujia

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H14

Pathologist pupil dilation reflects difficulty in diagnosing digital breast tissue biopsies

Lavelle, Mark

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H15

PRL location consistency across tasks and participants: a simulated scotoma study

Maniglia, Marcello

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H16

Saccades during visual search: adaptations in the presence of a binocular scotoma

Vullings, CĂ©cile

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H17

Spatial resolution of pre-microsaccadic perceptual enhancements across the foveola

Zhang, Yue

Osprey

Eye Movements: Neural mechanisms

H18

A large-scale standardized survey of neural receptive fields in an entire column in mouse V1

Abbasi Asl, Reza

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 1

H19

Using classification-based decoding to analyze the Spatiotopic and Retinotopic memory representations in primates

Khaki, Milad

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 1

H20

Diffeomorphic Registration of Retinotopic Maps with Quasiconformal Mapping

Wang, Yalin

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 1

H21

Quantitative Characterization of the Human Retinotopic Map Based on Quasiconformal Mapping

Ta, Duyan

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 1

H22

Development of the visual pathways predicts changes in electrophysiological responses in visual cortex

Caffarra, Sendy

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 1

H23

Assessing the general utility of a probabilistic atlas for independent delineation of early visual areas

Weldon, Kimberly

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 1

H24

Multi-voxel pattern analysis of center-surround processing in psychosis

Montoya, Samantha

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 1

H25

Stronger BOLD responses along the horizontal meridian in V1

Kay, Kendrick

Osprey

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 1