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Poster Session I

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Poster Title

Presenter

Room

Topic Area

I1

The Top-down Modulation of Task-Irrelevant Sounds Processing

Cavicchi, Shari

Osprey

Attention: Capture 2

I2

Immunity from Capture: Not!

Klein, Raymond M.

Osprey

Attention: Capture 2

I3

Does color priming alter attentional priorities in visual search?

Ramgir, Aniruddha

Osprey

Attention: Capture 2

I4

Information-optimal local features automatically attract covert and overt orienting of attention

Castellotti, Serena

Osprey

Attention: Capture 2

I5

Independent time courses for feature-binding errors after attentional capture and disengagement

Pidaparthi, Lasyapriya

Osprey

Attention: Capture 2

I6

Attentional templates are sharpened through differential signal enhancement, not differential allocation of attention

Kerzel, Dirk

Osprey

Attention: Capture 2

I7

The selection balance: how target value, proximity and priming shape search strategy and eye movement dynamics during visual foraging

Tagu, Jérôme

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I8

Eye Movements in Tablet-based Visual Foraging

Tünnermann, Jan

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I9

A two-stage diffusion model in foraging: Simulation and empirical results

Bella Fernández, Marcos

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I10

Can Hybrid Foraging tasks help us to understand attentional problems in development?

Cruces, Laura

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I11

Age differences in foraging organization

Ólafsdóttir, Inga María

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I12

Effects of target value and prevalence on foraging in aging

Wiegand, Iris

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I13

Individual Differences in Inattentional Blindness in Visual Search

Gil-Gómez de Liaño, Beatriz

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I14

High Level Feature Search in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Abassi Abu Rukab, Safaa

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I15

Maximizers and Satisficers in Visual Search: Extra Effort Doesn’t Guarantee Additional Reward

Slifkin, Elisabeth

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I16

Gaze behaviour when visually searching for targets to be reached toward is influenced by movement-related costs imposed by obstacles

Moskowitz, Joshua B.

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I17

How does multidimensional complexity impact processing efficiency in visual search?

Xu, Zoe (Jing)

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I18

Exploring the gist-based modulation of learning rate in visual search

Adema, Juliana D.

Osprey

Visual Search: Attention, models, individual differences

I19

Deep Neural Network Selectivity for Global Shape

Baker, Nicholas

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I20

Increasing neural network robustness improves match to V1 eigenspectrum and improves V1 predictivity

Kong, Nathan

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I21

Is initial training with blurry images beneficial for the development of object recognition systems?

Jang, Hojin

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I22

Representing contextual associations in convolutional neural networks

Roginek, Eric

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I23

Quantifying Adversarial Sensitivity of a Model as a Function of the Image Distribution

Kunhardt, Owen

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I24

A Signature of Orientation Invariance in Human fMRI & (Some) Deep Neural Networks

Conwell, Colin

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I25

High-performing computational models of visual cortex are marked by high intrinsic dimensionality

Elmoznino, Eric

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I26

Hierarchically Local Tasks and Deep Convolutional Networks

Deza, Arturo

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I27

VISCNN: A tool for Visualizing Interpretable Subgraphs in CNNs

Hamblin, Christopher

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I28

Synthesizing preferred stimuli for individual voxels in the human visual system

Seeliger, K.

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I29

A unifying parametric language and a toolbox for future investigations of the role of the medial axis parameters in human vision.

Morfoisse, Théo

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I30

Bayesian inference of population prevalence

Ince, Robin

Osprey

Object Recognition: Models

I32

A deep neural network trained with human-like visual experience on lookalike objects, perceives animacy in lookalike objects similar to the brain.

Duyck, Stefanie

Osprey

Object Recognition: Categories 2

I33

The Role of Retinal Position and Semantic Relatedness of Objects on The Familiar-Size Stroop Effect

Kollenda, Diana

Osprey

Object Recognition: Categories 2

I34

Limitations on Animacy Categorization in Ensemble Perception

Khvostov, Vladislav

Osprey

Object Recognition: Categories 2

I35

On the time course of Conscious and Unconscious Semantic Processing

Micher, Nitzan

Osprey

Object Recognition: Categories 2

I41

Perceived timing of stimuli briefly stabilized on the retina during microsaccades

Klanke, Jan-Nikolas

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I42

The Effects of Abutting Pattern Motion and Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement on the Visibility of Low-Contrast Luminance-Modulated Target Gratings

Alashan, Didem

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I43

Theoretical evidence for an active model of edge sensitivity in human lightness perception

Schmittwilken, Lynn

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I44

Lawful kinematics of saccades predict the limits of high-speed motion perception

Rolfs, Martin

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I45

Initiating the tracking of a target moving across the central visual field: a study in macaque monkey

Orlando-Dessaints, Nicolas

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I46

The Effect of Target Motion and Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement on the Visibility of Isoluminant Target Gratings

Tanrıverdi, Dilce

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I47

Classifying binary decision-outcomes from pupil dilation: A random forest approach

Strauch, Christoph

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I48

Unfold.jl: Leveraging Julia to fit fast and flexible Linear(Mixed)Models to EEG data with optional overlap correction or spline regression

Ehinger, Benedikt V.

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I49

Midbrain superior colliculus motor bursts do not dictate saccade kinematics

Hafed, Ziad

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I50

More and faster secondary saccades after a lesion to the posterior parietal cortex

Böing, Sanne

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I51

Fixation Related Microsaccade Inhibition in Free-Viewing and its Dependence on Stimulus Saliency

Kadosh, Oren

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I52

Contrast Sensitivity of Vertical Vergence Eye Alignment

Dhungel, Deepa

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I53

Linking individual differences in fixational eye movements and visual acuity

Clark, Ashley

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I54

Rapid and persistent visual adaptation transfers across saccades

Hübner, Carolin

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I55

Saccades and pupil size are driven by a common arousal-related input

Burlingham, Charlie

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I56

How fixation durations are related to the functional visual field and target guidance

Ernst, Daniel

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I57

Fixation-related potentials in total darkness

Dimigen, Olaf

Manatee

Eye Movements: Perception, neural mechanisms

I58

The weights of internal and external motion driving the double-drift illusion depend on the external speed

Faustin, Victoria

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I59

Temporal integration window of the double-drift illusion: an immediate effect of the internal motion

Heller, Nathan H.

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I60

Exploring common mechanisms of visual motion prediction

Hu, Dan

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I61

Position shifts following motion aftereffects in non-static translating stimuli result in angled trajectories

Patel, Nisha

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I62

The Orbiting Circles Illusion: Induced changes in the length and direction of motion trajectory

Mruczek, Ryan

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I63

Eccentricity Dependence of Motion Induced Position Shifts Revealed by Continuous Motion Nulling

Chen, Shuyi

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I64

Idiosyncratic preferences in translational and rotational motion transparency

Hwang, Byung-Woo

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I65

Paradoxical frame stabilization for flashed but not continuous probes

Cavanagh, Patrick

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I66

The effect of a moving reference frame depends on its perceived not physical motion

Saleki, Sharif

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I67

High phi as a probe of global motion processing

Bossard, Martin

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I68

Sex differences in visual processing: Does it relate to other cognition or behaviors?

Qian, Yiming

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I69

Causality detection in the visual system is tuned to motion direction

Ohl, Sven

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I70

Visual Prediction of Bounce Trajectories

Paulun, Vivian C.

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I71

Effects of behavioural properties on the perception of collective flow

van Assen, Jan Jaap R.

Manatee

Motion Perception 2

I81

Explicit Ensemble Perception of Temporal and Spatio-temporal Element Sequences

Pavlovskaya, Marina

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I82

Influences of Prior Experience on Current-trial Ensemble Perception

Khayat, Noam

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I83

The effect of spatial frequency on perceiving the gist of abnormality in mammograms

Raat, Emma M.

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I84

Perceived position stabilization depends on the moving frame’s displacement: an online study

't Hart, Bernard Marius

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I85

How far away is your phone in this picture? Determining object distance and size in a 2D scene

Kim, John Jong-Jin

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I86

Discrete field-of-view primes reinstate holistic representations of 360° space

Mynick, Anna

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I87

Systematic transition from boundary extension to contraction along an object-scene continuum

Park, Jeongho

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I88

The adult visual system resists learning continuity violations

Bai, Dawei

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I89

Influences on the visual categorization of naturalistic structures in infancy and early childhood

Schlegelmilch, Karola

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I90

Neurophysiologically-inspired model for social interactions recognition from abstract and naturalistic stimuli

Giese, Martin A.

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I91

Comparison of threshold measurements in laboratory and online studies using a Quest+ algorithm

Myrodia, Vasiliki

Dolphin

Scene Perception: Cognitive processes 2

I92

Visual to motor cross-decoding of hand shapes from mirror neuron activity

Tzamali, Eleftheria

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Neural mechanisms 2

I93

How visual feedback influence neural dynamics in macaque medial posterior parietal cortex

Diomedi, Stefano

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Neural mechanisms 2

I94

Differential visuomotor and somatosensory claustral inputs to macaque medial posterior parietal cortex

Gamberini, Michela

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Neural mechanisms 2

I95

Neural correlates of eye-position and proprioception during reaching in the superior parietal lobule of the macaque

Tabanelli, Marta

Dolphin

Perception and Action: Neural mechanisms 2

I96

Contrast sensitivity is formed by visual experience and task demands

Akbarinia, Arash

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Psychophysics 2

I97

Effect of age on threshold and suprathreshold contrast vision

Ashraf, Maliha

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Psychophysics 2

I98

Spatial properties of the adaptation-based compression of perceived distance

Jovanovic, Ljubica

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Psychophysics 2

I99

Y-like human psychophysical responses to contrast modulated patterns

Ramirez Hernandez, Ana Leticia

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Psychophysics 2

I100

Spatial modulation of contour integration: The role of eccentricity, inter-element spacing and display density

Reuther, Josephine

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Psychophysics 2

I101

Contrast surround suppression in people with psychosis: A behavioral and 7 tesla fMRI study

Moser, Hannah R.

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 2

I102

Cross-dataset reproducibility of population receptive field (pRF) estimates and retinotopic map structure

Himmelberg, Marc

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 2

I103

Can neurochemical concentrations in the visual cortex differentiate patients with psychosis from healthy controls via multivariate decoding?

Killebrew, Kyle

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 2

I104

Information redundancy across spatial scales modulates early visual cortex responses

Petras, Kirsten

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 2

I105

Structure-function relationship of retinal ganglion cells in multiple sclerosis

Al-Nosairy, K.O.

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 2

I106

Comparison of decoding of visual-evoked potentials from tri-polar and conventional EEG

Kelly, Sean

Dolphin

Spatial Vision: Neural Mechanisms 2

I121

Fragile Memories for Fleeting Percepts

Aviles, Alberto

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I122

Induced forgetting is the result of true forgetting, not shifts in decision-making thresholds

Megla, Emma E.

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I123

Is attribute amnesia really just forgetting?: Assessing the influence of reading on surprise trial performance

O'Donnell, Ryan

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I124

Isolating Working Memory Capacity Deficits from Sustained Attention Deficits in Patients with Schizophrenia Using a Single Behavioral Task

Harrison, Geoffrey W.

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I125

Switching target templates decreases search efficiency in efficient search

Lin, Zuhan

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I126

The new K on the block: working memory capacity estimates from a memory game

Wick, Farahnaz

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I128

Individual Differences in Working Memory Capacity Are Unrelated to the Magnitude of Benefits from Object- and Dimension-Based Retro-Cues

Ye, Chaoxiong

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I129

Just How Great are Those Expectations? Evaluating the Influence of Object-Color Violations on Visual Memory for Object-Shape

Persaud, Kimele

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I130

Revealing the Relative Contributions of Conceptual and Perceptual Information to Visual Memorability

Kramer, Max

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I131

Retro-cue benefits are not resource-based

Lin, Yin-ting

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I132

The role of meaning in visual working memory: Real-world objects, but not simple features, benefit from deeper processing

Stoermer, Viola

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I133

The Visual Mandela Effect: Evidence for specific shared false memories in popular iconography

Prasad, Deepasri

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I134

Visual Hindsight Bias for Mammogram Abnormalities in Expert Radiologists

Schill, Hayden

Egret

Visual Memory: Capacity and content

I135

Retrospective Behavioral Sampling: A method to effectively track fluctuations in cognitive states during naturalistic audiovisual stimulation

Brandman, Talia

Egret

Multisensory Processing 3

I136

Unpredictive linguistic verbal cues accelerate congruent visual targets into awareness

Paffen, Chris

Egret

Multisensory Processing 3

I137

EEG signature of evidence integration suggests distinct visual and auditory representation in multisensory context

Schaffhauser, Thomas

Egret

Multisensory Processing 3

I138

Decoding semantic sound categories in Early Visual Cortex

Pollicina, Giusi

Egret

Multisensory Processing 3

I139

Statistical learning decreases sensitivity to temporal asynchrony of events within as well as across modalities

Reguly, Helga

Egret

Multisensory Processing 3

I140

Integration of visual and haptic texture information: Lederman & Abbott revisited

Kangur, Karina

Egret

Multisensory Processing 3

I141

Influence of tactile flow on visual heading perception

Rosenblum, Lisa

Egret

Multisensory Processing 3