Poster Sessions


Poster Sessions

Monday the 25th

Face perception I

1

Are faces lost in the crowd holistically?

Alexandra V. Kalpadakis-Smith, Valérie Goffaux, John A. Greenwood

2

Emotional faces and attentional blink: Happy face but not angry face holds attention

Takahiro Kirita, Aimi Takahashi

3

Happy is complex and neutral is bright: Statistical image properties of face photographs showing different emotions

Claudia Menzel, Oliver Langner, Christoph Redies, Gregor Hayn-Leichsenring

4

Transcranial electric stimulation and cognitive training improves face perception

Rachel J. Bennetts, Tegan Penton, Carmen Kohl, Michael J. Banissy, Sarah Bate

5

Perception of attractiveness and health by faces

Elena A. Nikitina

6

Orientation tuning is sharper when processing upright than inverted faces

Valerie Goffaux, Aude Poncin

7

Why extensive training reduces the face inversion effect ?

Renaud Laguesse, Goedele Van Belle, Laura Marichal, Bruno Rossion

8

Why is this specific image of Madonna the most prototypical one? Predicting prototypicality on basis of inspection frequency and familiarity

Tobias Matthias Schneider, Claus-Christian Carbon

9

Geometric distortions of faces and their detection in natural scenes

Kaewmart Pongakkasira

10

Contrast chimeras reveal the importance of the eyes for early face processing

Katie Fisher, John Towler, Martin Eimer

11

Face familiarity as a modulating but not a necessary factor for specific Thatcherization effects?

Sandra Utz, Claus-Christian Carbon

12

A trade-off between the representativeness of a morphed average face and the number of individual faces used in morphing

Shigeru Mukaida, Takashi Kato

13

The role of the face in detecting human presence in natural scenes

Mitsuo Endo

14

Facial paralysis grading: are achromatic images sufficient?

Ting Wang, Lin Qi, Junyu Dong, Shu Zhang, Shengke Wang

15

A new Mooney test

Roeland J. Verhallen, J.D. Mollon

16

Featural and configural face processing probed with simultaneous and serial presentation

Zorica Stevanov, Dejan Todorovic, Jasmina Stevanov

Illusions I

17

A new type of the color-dependent Fraser-Wilcox illusion

Akiyoshi Kitaoka

18

Edge constrainted filling-in

Janos Geier, Mariann Hudák

19

Illusory rotation of superimposed elements in terms of the

Pinna illusion and apparent motion

Makoto Ichikawa, Yuko Masakura

20

The slalom illusion in the context of illusory lines

Tamara N. Gheorghes, John Reidy, Alessandro Soranzo

21

The slalom illusion in the context of partially invisible trajectory

Alessandro Soranzo, Tamara Gheorghes, John Reidy

22

Considerations on retinal visual reset and some visual illusions

Masanori Idesawa

23

Illusion and illusoriness in perceptual and cognitive development

Katia Deiana, Baingio Pinna

Brain Mechanisms I

24

Unilateral art-training effect in left insular cortex: Drawing/music commonalities?

Lora T. Likova, Spero Nicolas

25

A unified system-level model of visual attention and object substitution masking (OSM)

Frederik Beuth, Fred H. Hamker

26

Integrating brain-stimulation and eye-tracking to investigate the dissociation between object and spatial visual processing

Olesya Blazhenkova, Achille Pasqualotto

27

Co-registration of EEG and eye movements in vision research

Andrey Nikolaev, Chie Nakatani, Peter Jurica, Gijs Plomp, Cees van Leeuwen

28

Visual decision-making and action implementation: Evidence in favour of race-like models with inhibition

Christophe Tandonnet

29

Face symmetry perception in LOC: A study with fMR adaptation

Didem Gokcay, Funda Yildirim, Gulsen Yildirim

30

Factors determining the balance between evidence integration and probabilistic sampling in perceptual decision-making

Jeppe H. Christensen, Máté Lengyel, József Fiser

31

Parietal transcranial random noise stimulation improves long-term visual acquisition of foreign vocabulary

Achille Pasqualotto, Begüm Kobanbay, Michael J. Proulx

32

A theory for stimulus integration and bistable perception

Robin Cao, Mattia Maurizio, Braun Jochen, Alexander Pastukhov

Attention I

33

Influences of visual attention on chromatic and achromatic channels: effects of stimulus size and eccentricity

Keiko Kuwamura, Masayuki Sato, Keiji Uchikawa

34

Individual differences in the ANTI-V paradigm

Rado Gorjup, Paolo Bernardis, Michele Grassi, Walter Gerbino

35

Attending to multiple locations for action is neither automatic nor universal

Sebastian J. Sandoval Similä, Robert D. McIntosh

36

Does action disrupt the ability to track multiple objects?

Harvey J. Guest, Todd S. Horowitz, Ian M. Thornton

37

Factors affecting gaze position lag in multiple object tracking

Jiri Lukavsky

38

Break on through to the other side: Bottom-up capture of attention despite of a wandering mind

Christoph Huber-Huber, Ulrich Ansorge

39

Modulation of microsaccadic rate by temporal expectancy and motor preparation

Matteo Valsecchi, Karl R. Gegenfurtner

40

Object recognition: covert and overt attention to distinguishing features

Orit Baruch, Ruth Kimchi, Morris Goldsmith

Perception & Action I

41

The effect of object size and shape on the use of motion in
depth cues in a visually-guided grasping task

Philip A. Duke, Simon K. Rushton

42

Another failure to explain why people look at their index finger when grasping

Dimitris Voudouris, Jeroen B.J. Smeets, Eli Brenner

43

The control of functional grasp is dissociated from object use:
evidence from left-handers

Szymon P. Bidula, Lukasz Przybylski, Mikolaj Pawlak, Gregory Kroliczak

44

Hitting targets moving in simple harmonic motion

Cristina de la Malla, Joan López-Moliner

45

Dissociation between the control of functional grasp and object use in right-handers

Lukasz Przybylski, Szymon Bidula, Mikolaj Pawlak, Gregory Kroliczak

46

Agency attribution in goal-directed actions: active sampling supported comparison of causal inference models

Tobias F. Beck, Dominik Endres, Axel Lindner, Martin A. Giese

47

Interactive object tracking modulates attentional distribution

Arno Koning, Maarten Leenders, Chris Wolk, Rob van Lier

Eye Movements I

48

Performance under unrestricted viewing may be more informative than speeded localisation in measurement of orienting behaviour

Katie R. Rutherford, C.N. Macrae, A.R. Hunt, A. Sahraie

49

Weak individualization of spontaneous eye movements in individuals with autism spectrum disorders

Aya Shirama, Nobumasa Kato, Makio Kashino

50

Microsaccade rate in “short” and “unexpectedly long” cue-target time intervals

Elizaveta G. Luniakova

51

People do not take the curvature of their saccades into account when localizing flashed targets

Maria Matziridi, Eli Brenner, Jeroen B.J. Smeets

52

The effect of spatial probability on response time

Rosie Clark, Rafal Bogacz, Iain D. Gilchrist

53

Contribution of backward masking to saccadic suppression

Tamara L. Watson

54

Driven away by the target: Saccade length effects in multiple target search

Christof Körner, Margit Höfler

Colour & Illumination I

55

Chromatic adaptation in the peripheral visual field

Yuka Yamauchi, Minayo Motokawa, Masayuki Sato, Shoji Sunaga

56

Changes in the Benham colours following full-field chromatic light adaptation

Rytis Stanikunas, Algimantas Svegzda, Vaiva Kulbokaite, Ausra Daugirdiene,
Remigijus Bliumas

57

Shape-to-color associations in non-synesthetes: Emotional and perceptual mediation

Michela Malfatti, Karen B. Schloss, Liliana Albertazzi, Stephen E. Palmer

58

Speakers of different colour lexicons differ only in post-perceptual processing of colour

Lewis Forder, Xun He, Christoph Witzel, Anna Franklin

Clinical I

59

Adaptive mechanisms in patients with homonymous hemianopia

Iliya V. Ivanov, Jens Reinhard, Ingelene Damm, Susanne Trauzettel-Klosinski

60

Post-surgery visual and tactual perception of 2-dimensional figures in the case of the congenitally blind

Masaharu Sasaki, Shuko Torii

61

Advantages of employing specially modified 3-bar stimuli for visual acuity monitoring in adults and children: Test-retest reliability

Galina Rozhkova, Dmitry Lebedev, Maria Gracheva, Svetlana Rychkova

62

A colour vision test optimised for the clinical population

Caterina Ripamonti, Sarah Kalwarowsky, Marko Nardini

63

An “Eye Test” for the brain: component extraction and motion integration test (CEMIT) reveals its clinical potential

Linda Bowns, William Beaudot, Thomas Colvin, Jessica Steer

Multisensory processing I

64

Spatial limits for audiovisual unity assumption

Carlos C.L. Silva, Sandra Mouta, Jorge A. Santos, José Creissac

65

Influence of surface features of visual stimuli on sound-contingent visual motion aftereffects

Wataru Teramoto, Shota Takebe, Souta Hidaka

66

Synergistic effect between image and sound in 3D audio visual communication system

Hideaki Takada, Munekazu Date, Yoshiaki Kurokawa, Yuma Honda, Akira Kojima

67

Altering perception of low-level visual motion by audiovisual associations

Hulusi Kafaligonul, Can Oluk

Sensory Development & Aging I

68

Age-related changes in visuomotor performance: Evidence hyper-responsiveness to stimuli appearing in the periphery underpins aging deficits

Liana Machado, Natalie Wyatt, Hayley Guiney, Po Ling Chen

69

Implied motion perception in infancy

Nobu Shirai, Tomoko Imura

70

Driving fitness in the elderly –- validation of visual and driving-aptitude tests

Wolfgang Grundler, Yan Bao, Ernst Pöppel, Hans Strasburger

71

Attention in adults and school-age children

Ieva Timrote, Linda Alberte, Sergejs Fomins, Tatjana Pladere, Gunta Krumina

72

Fixation shifts in typical infants and perinatal brain injury : attention
measures from preferential looking, eye tracking and ERPs

Janette Atkinson, Morag Andrew, Louisa Kulke, Christine Montague-Johnson, John Wattam-Bell, Jeremy Parr, Peter Sullivan, Oliver Braddick

73

The effect of video gaming on facial emotion recognition

Victoria E. Lovett, Jasmine French, Mark V. Roberts, Stephen J. Johnston

Motion

74

Adaptation to implied motion affects random dot stimuli but motion extrapolation

Luca Battaglini, Bethany R. Isaacs, Giorgio Ganis

75

Camouflage and confusion: no evidence for an interaction between the confusion effect and camouflage patterns

Benedict G. Hogan, Innes Cuthill, Nick E. Scott-Samuel

76

Measuring and modelling the effect of internal motion of a moving Gabor on speed perception

Anna E. Hughes, Martha Fawcett, David J. Tolhurst

77

Individual differences in context-dependent motion perception

David P. McGovern, Fiona N. Newell

78

Do surface qualities of moving objects influence vection?

Chihiro Hiramatsu, Masaki Ogawa, Takeharu Seno

79

Evidence for a spatially-invariant, symbolic representation of motion direction in working memory

Tal Seidel Malkinson, Yoni Pertzov, Ehud Zohary

80

Duration thresholds show low-pass suppression of fine-scale motion-discrimination

Ignacio Serrano-Pedraza, Sandra Arranz-Paraíso, Andrew M. Derrington

81

Effects of visual field size and speed on acceleration and deceleration perception

Alexandra S. Mueller, Brian Timney

82

Center-surround interactions in fine motion direction discrimination

Bilyana Genova, Nadejda Bocheva, Miroslava Stefanova

83

Visual acuity for static and moving targets in the periphery

Jonathan A. Patrick, Neil W. Roach, Paul V. McGraw

84

Motion-induced modulations of pattern sensitivity: spatiotemporal tuning

Alison L. Chambers, Neil W. Roach

85

Effects of depth cues on vection

Yasuhiro Seya, Hiroyuki Shinoda

Grouping principles

86

Voluntary averaging of two-dimensional spatial position

Manuela Bossi, Steven C. Dakin

87

The influence of saturation on figure-ground segregation of colored inducers and achromatic backgrounds

Birgitta Dresp-Langley, Adam Reeves

88

The spatial frequency tuning of peripheral collinear facilitation

Marcello Maniglia, Andrea Pavan, Yves Trotter

89

Disparity cues subserving perceptual coupling of kinetic depth stimuli in normal and stereoblind subjects

Richard J.A. van Wezel, P. Chris Klink, Reinder Dorman, Jacob Duijnhouwer

90

Individual contrast sensitivity predicts perceptual identity of moving objects

Aleksandra Zharikova, Sergei Gepshtein, Cees van Leeuwen

91

Gestalts in scenes: Global consistency of luminance polarity at oriented edges in natural images

Naoki Kogo, Maarten Demeyer, Bart Machilsen

92

Detection of perturbation in chromatic and luminance stimuli

Rebecca J. Sharman, Paul V. McGraw, Jonathan W. Peirce

93

A cue combination study of depth ordering from accretion/deletion and contour convexity


Ömer D. Tanrikulu, Vicky Froyen, Lynn Ma, Jacob Feldman, Manish Singh

94

Launching awareness: Are causal events represented in the absence of awareness?

Pieter Moors, Johan Wagemans, Lee de-Wit

95

Direction of eye movement biases perceived grouping

Tandra Ghose, Sankalita Mandal, Stephen E. Palmer

96

Response priming evidence for feedforward processing of snake contours but not of ladder contours and texture

Filipp Schmidt, Kathleen Vancleef

97

Local density metrics in perceptual grouping displays: psychophysical and ideal observer benchmarks

Maarten Demeyer, Bart Machilsen

98

Disentangling the influence of prior knowledge and perceptual processes on amodal completion using electrophysiological measurements

Simon J. Hazenberg, Rob van Lier

Depth, 3D, Stereo

99

Head-movement direction, surface orientation, and individual differences in depth from motion parallax

Yasuaki Tamada, Takuto Sadakari, Kiyoshi Iwasaki, Masayuki Sato

100

Dynamic cues for the perception of depth

Laurence P. Tidbury, Sophie Wuerger, Anna R. O'Connor

101

Does stereoscopic depth information affect a colored version of the Munker-White illusion?

Michael Kavšek, C.E. Granrud

102

3D structure, geometrical texture, and light direction in Patrick Hughes’ “reversperspectives”

Tiziano Agostini, Caterina Malisano

103

Distortion and comfort for 3D images at crossed and uncrossed disparities

Robert H. Black, Sophie Wuerger, Georg Meyer

104

Factors affecting size constancy in photographic space

Michal Simecek, Radovan Sikl

105

Numerosity and density estimation: biases for 2D area but not for 3D volume

Jason Bell, Aaron Manson, Mark Edwards

106

The shape of the empirical horopter for eccentric gaze directions

Ryosuke Yoshikai, Hirohiko Kaneko

107

Eccentricity of landmark configuration influences distribution of place recognition errors

Stephan Lancier, Amanda Link, Marie Admard, Hanspeter A. Mallot

108

On the role of two-dimensional cues for perceived differences in slant

Guillermo Aguilar, Felix Wichmann, Marianne Maertens

Aftereffects

109

Adaption to orientation regularity with respect to spatial position

Arnab Ahmed, Isabelle Mareschal, Tamara L. Watson

110

Point me in the right direction

Nuala Brady, Sarah Cooney

111

Heads up: cross adaptation to head and body orientation

Sarah M. Cooney, Nuala Brady, Holly Dignam

112

Surround-contingent tilt aftereffect

Yusuke Nakashima, Yoichi Sugita

113

Temporal phase tuning of texture-surround suppression of contour shape

Elena Gheorghiu, Frederick A.A. Kingdom

114

Evidence for visual feature representations in both retinocentric and headcentric, but not body or world-centric reference frames

Sandeep Parwaga, Philip A. Duke

115

Adaptation decorrelates neural activation patterns in visual cortex

Fariba Sharifian, Lauri Nummenmaa, Simo Vanni

116

High-level action adaptation and low-level motion adaptation correlate with Autism traits

Jeroen J.A. van Boxtel, Hongjing Lu

Surface, Texture, Material perception

117

Thick and thin priors for shape from shading

Richard F. Murray

118

Local shape of pictorial relief

Jan J. Koenderink, Andrea J. van Doorn, Johan Wagemans

119

Viewpoint effects on glossiness perception

Sabrina Hansmann-Roth, Pascal Mamassian

120

Perception of bounce height is influenced by surface smoothness

Kristín Ó. Ingvarsdóttir, Geoffrey R. Patching

121

Visual inference of material properties of fabrics from videos

Bei Xiao, William Kistler

Perceptual learning

122

Alpha ERD reflects learning and uncertainty during the acquisition of novel categories

Sara Jellinek, Jozsef Fiser

123

Short term and baseline effect in the estimation of probabilistic visual event sequences

József Arató, József Fiser

124

Dissociated mecanisms for objective and subjective judgments during target-absent
but not target-present processing

Alba Grieco, Armando M. Oliveira

125

Transfer of perceptual learning between first and second order pattern analyzers

Lynn A. Olzak, Mingliang Gong

Scene Perception

126

Follow me! A spatial compatibility effect of perspective changes on viewing directions in cinematic cuts

Florian Goller, Christian Valuch, Ulrich Ansorge

127

Image-independent biases in scene viewing: deriving an appropriate baseline

Alasdair D.F. Clarke, Benjamin Tatler

128

The origin of the universal power law of natural images

Li Zhao

129

The carry-over effect on recognition task

Kyoko Hine, Yuji Itoh

Tuesday the 26th

Face perception II

1

Perceiving facial expression from varying face orientations – an eye-tracking study

Kun Guo, Heather Shaw

2

Impaired perceptual sensitivity to the locations of facial features in developmental prosopagnosia

John Towler, Joanna Parketny, Martin Eimer

3

Subtypes of developmental prosopagnosia: the role of the perceptual and memory factors

Kornél Németh, Petra Kovács, Pál Vakli, Gyula Kovács, Márta Zimmer

4

Noise-induced perceptual processing demands in developmental prosopagnosia

Márta Zimmer, Kornél Németh, Petra Kovács, Pál Vakli, Gyula Kovács

5

The relative use of fixated and peripheral information in face identification tasks: a gaze-contingent morphing approach

Goedele Van Belle, Renaud Laguesse, Bruno Rossion

6

Microsaccades boost face identification as a function of culture

Junpeng Lao, Lingnan He, Roberto Caldara

7

Electrophysiological correlates of subjective perception of face identity: Evidence from mistaken identities

Benedikt E. Wirth, Katie Fisher, John Towler, Martin Eimer

8

The Facespan: isolating the perceptual span for face recognition

Michaël Papinutto, Roberto Caldara, Junpeng Lao, Sébastien Miellet

9

Categorical perception of intentions from visual cues in faces

Hanni S.M. Kiiski, Andy T. Woods, Fiona N. Newell

10

The contribution of facial shape and surface to individual face discrimination as revealed by fast periodic visual stimulation

Milena Dzhelyova, Bruno Rossion

11

A general shift towards direct gaze with uncertainty

Isabelle Mareschal, Colin W.G.Clifford

12

Is Congenital Prosopagnosics’ eye movements pattern specific in self compared to others’ faces discrimination?

Manuela Malaspina, Andrea Albonico, Roberta Daini

13

Increased sensitivity to happy compared with fearful faces in a temporal two-interval forced-choice paradigm

Louise S. Delicato, Jamee Finn, Jemma Morris, Ben Smith

14

The role of spatial modulations of local visual features in image recognition

Denis V. Yavna, Vitaly V. Babenko

15

Peripheral processing of gaze

Joseph A. Florey, Colin W.G. Clifford, Steven C. Dakin, Isabelle Mareschal

16

Long-term memory for own- and other-race faces

Mintao Zhao, Isabelle Bülthoff

Illusions II

17

Tilt blindness: the different tilt thresholds for objects

Takashi Yasuda, Takashi Ueda, Kenpei Shiina

18

Edge detection hypothesis of the fluttering-heart illusion

Kazuhisa Yanaka, Masahiro Suzuki

19

Perceptual asymmetry in the corridor illusion

Felipe Aedo-Jury, Benoit R. Cottereau , Yves Trotter, Jean Baptiste Durand

20

Tilt blindness influenced by the straightness of the contour and
the aspect ratio of an object

Takashi Ueda, Takashi Yasuda, Kenpei Shiina

21

The illusion of the snow tire traffic sign

Tanja Gulan, Pavle Valerjev, Marin Dujmović

22

On the problem of shape formation: New effects related to the Oppel-Kundt and the Helmholtz’s square illusions

Baingio Pinna, Katia Deiana

23

The effects of first-order and second-order orientation of inducers on the Zöllner illusion

JeongHyeon Park, Woo Hyun Jung

24

The effect of the Zöllner illusion on angle perception

Jaeseon S. Song, Woo Hyun Jung

25

Do tactile size illusions reflect a coherent stretch of tactile space?

Matthew R. Longo, Federico Fiori

Brain Mechanisms II

26

Stochastic accumulation by cortical columns explains scalar property of multi-stable perception

Jochen Braun, Robin Cao, Maurizio Mattia

27

Excessive neural responses and visual discomfort

Louise O'Hare, Petra Pollux, Alasdair D.F. Clarke

28

The time course of the closure superiority effect: an ERP study

Weina Zhu, Xiaoxuan Du, Yuanye Ma

29

Cortical connective field estimates from resting state fMRI activity

Nicolás Gravel, Barbara Nordhjem, Koen V. Haak, S.O. Dumoulin, R. Renken,
Branislava Ćurčić-Blake, Frans Cornelissen

30

The influence of eye vergence on retinotopic organization in human early visual cortex

Benoit R. Cottereau, Jean-Baptiste Durand, Nathalie Vayssière, Yves Trotter

31

Functional connectivity of face and scene selective regions

Lucia Garrido, Avram J. Holmes, Ken Nakayama

32

Temporal integration in rapidly presented natural scenes

Jan Drewes, David Melcher

33

Disentangling effects of percepts and stimuli in Fraser-like displays:
an explorative EEG study

Xuyan Yun, Simon J. Hazenberg, Richard H.A. Jacobs, Jiang Qiu, Rob Van Lier

Attention II

34

Devaluation of distractors limited to evaluations after incorrect target localization

Richard H.A.H. Jacobs, Yağmur Güçlütürk, Rob Van Lier

35

Motion orients attention

Katherine E. Burnett, Isabel Arend, Avishai Henik

36

Effects of visual-spatial and semantic attributes on attentional orienting in response to environmental cues

Anthony J. Lambert, Andrea Greenwood, Nathan Ryckman

37

Continuous measures of time and space for inhibition of return

Joseph MacInnes

38

Task-irrelevant attentional fluctuation enhances detection of gradual change

Shigeaki Nishina

39

Detecting multiple changes in visual scenes: Perceptual and semantic prioritisations

Sara Spotorno, Andrew McKechnie, Benjamin W. Tatler

40

Does set-size contribute to masking in Object Substitution Masking?

Sarah Camp, Michael Pilling

Perception & Action II

41

Speed estimation during driving

Karl R. Gegenfurtner, Alexander C. Schütz, Jutta Billino, Dmitrij Polin, Peter Bodrogi,
Tran Q. Khanh

42

Coordination of eye-head movements during a jump with half turn

Yusuke Sato, Shoko Torii, Masaharu Sasaki

43

Training perceptual skills in soccer: Effects of a longitudinal protocol on predictive abilities of skilled goalkeepers

Mauro Murgia, Fabrizio Sors, Alessandro F. Muroni, Stefania Pertoldi, Marco Guicciardi, Tiziano Agostini

44

Adaptation to motor-visual temporal lag is independent of reduction of attentional resources

Masaki Tsujita, Makoto Ichikawa

45

The effect of obstacle baseline displacement on traversal behaviour in running humans

Katherine Daniels, J Burn

46

Identification of self-produced movement based on positional information

Hiroyuki Umemura

Eye Movements II

47

Microsaccades are monocular and might compensate for foveal non-uniformity during discrimination

Josselin Gautier, Mohd Izzuddin Hairol, John Siderov, Sarah J. Waugh

48

Local anf global factors in orientation perception and gaze allocation

Nadejda B. Bocheva, Simeon Stefanov, Miroslava Stefanova

49

Assessing symmetry of scan patterns in multiple object tracking

Filip Dechterenko, Jiri Lukavsky

50

Saccade trajectories: Differential sensitivity of generation and correction processes to stimulus salience

Luke Tudge, Torsten Schubert

51

Saccade-related responses in the human superior colliculus: Preparatory activity and laterality

Michele Furlan, Andrew T Smith, Robin Walker

52

Position and direction inputs when making saccades to moving targets

Doris I. Braun

Colour & Illumination II

53

Perception of saturation in natural scenes

Florian Schiller, Karl R. Gegenfurtner

54

Stereoscopic three-dimensional depth quality assessment in different colour arrangements

Shih-Chueh Kao

55

Same same, but different: similarity explains both chromatic discrimination and colour categorisation

Simon J. Cropper, Daniel R. Little, Kaye Mullins

56

Colorfulness-adaptation influenced by spatial frequency components and scene recognition of natural images

Yoko Mizokami, Shun Sakaibara, Hirohisa Yaguchi

57

Luminance distribution influence of surrounding colors on estimating illuminant color in a scene

Keiji Uchikawa, Kazuho Fukuda

58

Colour impacts recognition of affective meaning in emoticons

Philippe Chassy, Galina V. Paramei

Clinical II

59

Psychophysics of two experimental video-based interventions for phantom limb pain in unilateral and bilateral amputees

David H. Peterzell

60

Visuomotor timing and sense of agency in a phantom limb: a case study

Shu Imaizumi, Tomohisa Asai, Noriaki Kanayama, Mitsuru Kawamura, Shinichi Koyama

61

Perceptual learning improves vision in patients with macular degeneration

Giulio Contemori, Marcello Maniglia, Clara Casco

62

Age related changes in perceived display brightness

Gatis Ikaunieks, Ieva Krastina, Renars Truksa, Gunta Krumina

Multisensory processing II

63

The role of physical exploration in the preference of spatial perspective in absence of vision

Ilaria Santoro, Fabrizio Sors, Giulia Angelon, Matteo De Tommaso, Tiziano Agostini

64

Emotion recognition: Just how similar are voices and faces?

Lisa K. Kuhn, Lucia Garrido, Taeko N. Wydell

65

The effects of head and retinal-image orientations on apparent depth of light-and-shade pictures

Atsuki Higashiyama, Tadashi Yamazaki

66

The role of spatial and temporal information in passage estimation of looming stimuli

R. Mariana Silva, Sandra Mouta, João Lamas, Jorge A. Santos

67

May the Force be with you: Anisotropy of perceived effort and different body orientations

Ljubica M. Jovanović, Oliver Tošković

Sensory Development & Aging II

68

Audio-visual interactions in face and voice perception in older adults

Corrina Maguinness, Fiona N. Newell

69

Face perception across the life-span

Bozana Meinhardt-Injac

70

Early childhood tuning for facial expression signal and intensity

Helen Rodger, Roberto Caldara

71

Testing two theories of size constancy development in childhood

Carl Granrud, Michael Kavšek

Visual search

72

Independent effects of perceptual set-size and VWM load on target discriminability in visual search

Doug J.K. Barrett

73

Ocular contrast speeds up an inefficient search for a T among L's which appear in non-uniform depth

Li Zhaoping

74

Pupil size reflects memory load only for fixated targets

Radha Nila Meghanathan, Andrey R. Nikolaev, Cees van Leeuwen

75

Positional priming of pop-out is nested in visuospatial context

Ahu Gokce, Hermann J. Müller, Thomas Geyer

76

Search strategies in simulated hemianopia

Anna Nowakowska, Alasdair D.F. Clarke, Arash Sahraie, Amelia R. Hunt

77

Haptic search for change with blind people

Takako Yoshida, Masatsugu Sakajiri, Tenji Wake, Akira Ohta, Shuhei Itamoto

78

Intuitive cost optimization: trade-off between acquisition and memorization in comparative visual search

Gregor Hardiess, Hanspeter A. Mallot

79

Testing load theory of attention: ignoring irrelevant distractor

Marija Milisavljević, Vasilije Gvozdenović

80

Target knowledge in visual search does not always improve performance

Johan Hulleman

81

A direct contribution of peripheral vision to preview facilitation in visual search

Damien Camors, Christophe Jouffrais, Jean-Baptiste Durand

82

Winter is coming: How humans forage in a temporally structured environment

Daryl Fougnie, JInxia Zhang, Sarah M. Cormiea, Xue Gong, George A. Alvarez,
Jeremy M. Wolfe

83

Repeated visual search: How good is the memory across searches?

Margit Höfler, Iain D. Gilchrist, Christof Körner

84

How colour signals benefit visual search

Joseph D. Hickey, John L. Barbur, Marisa Rodriguez-Carmona

Visual memory

85

Independent effects of resolution and set size on recognition memory for
unfamiliar faces

Tochukwu O. Onwuegbusi, Heather D. Flowe, Douglas J.K. Barrett

86

The influence of dimensional attention on perceptual comparisons of features

Michael Pilling

87

Individual differences in masking sensitivity correlate with neural individuation abilities

Veronica Mazza, Silvia Pagano

88

Relationship of spatial memory to spatial and temporal aspects of multiple object tracking

Christina J. Howard, Duncan Guest

89

Remembering pictures and people: a familiarity-based dissociation

Regine G.M. Armann, A. Mike Burton

90

Impact of feature-reward associations on iconic and working memory

Elisa Infanti, Clayton M. Hickey, Massimo Turatto

91

Visual short-term memory for surface reflectance properties across variations in illumination

Hiroyuki Tsuda, Jun Saiki

92

How the change in location of an additional reference point affects spatial learning

Kayoko Ohtsu

93

Pictorial detail provide conceptual hooks allowing for massive pictorial long-term memory

Karla K. Evans, Alan Baddeley

94

Sensory memory: a lingering memory trace from the time when perception was formed

Alexander Pastukhov, Jochen Braun

95

Perceptual groups do not improve spatial memory in a localisation task

Harry H. Haladjian

96

Memory for images of faces and objects

Kay L. Ritchie, A. M. Burton

Biological motion

97

Actions and Eye Movements: Can biological motion cues trigger overt orienting of attention?

Pille Pedmanson, Stephen J. Johnston, Ian M. Thornton

98

The informative content of optical flow features of biological motion

Alessandra Sciutti, Nicoletta Noceti, Francesco Rea, Francesca Odone, Alessandro Verri, Giulio Sandini

99

A matter of perspective: action recognition depends on stimulus orientation in the periphery

Laura Fademrecht, Isabelle Bülthoff, Stephan de la Rosa

100

Does action recognition depend more on the meaning or motion of different actions?

Dong-Seon Chang, Heinrich H. Bülthoff, Stephan de la Rosa

101

Isolating cues to sex and quantifying their relative influence on perception

Graeme A. Hacker, Rick van der Zwan, Anna Brooks

102

Perception of biological motion depends on lighting-from-above prior

Leonid A. Fedorov, Joris Vangeneugden, Martin A. Giese

103

Adaptation aftereffects for biological motion

Stefanie C. Biehl, Tomas Vaitkus, Karin S. Pilz

104

Modulation of crowding of biological motion by action congruency

Hanako Ikeda, Katsumi Watanabe

105

Simulation of walking re-shapes extrapersonal space categorization

Chiara Fini, L. Bardi, N.F. Troje, G. Committeri, M. Brass

Applications

106

Figure skaters eye movements as indices of vection: VR study

Artem I. Kovalev, Galina Y.A. Menshikova, Oxana A. Klimova

107

Higher resolution stimulus facilitates depth perception even when the resolution difference is undetectable

Yoshiaki Tsushima

108

The effect of video game experience in earlier childhood on fatigue with a portable 3D game machine

Masako A. Takaoka, Hiroshi Ashida

109

Which tone-mapping is the best? A comparative study of tone-mapping perceived quality

Xim Cerdá, C. Alejandro Parraga, Xavier Otazu

110

The Effects of Image Padding in Saliency Algorithms

Nicholas M.W. Frosst, Calden Wloka, John Tsotsos

111

Assessment of human-likeness and naturalness of interceptive arm reaching movement accomplished by a humanoid robot

Enrico Chiovetto, Albert Mukovskiy, Felix Reinhart, Mohammad S. Khansari-Zadeh, Aude Billard, Jochen S. Steil, Martin A. Giese

112

Coefficient estimation for cellular texture generation based on visual perception

Xiaoxu Cai, Jun Liu, Lin Qi, Junyu Dong

Object Recognition & Categorization

113

The importance of where you look: A study of the role of eye movements in object recognition

Stephen J. Johnston, E. Charles Leek, Filipe Cristino

114

Looking at planar views during active object visual learning: moments of stability

Isabel C. Lisboa, Emanuel Sousa, Jorge A. Santos, Alfredo F. Pereira

115

Scene priming and location priming in scene-object consistency effects

Nils Heise, Ulrich Ansorge

116

Model for the categorization of bottled soft drinks using their silhouette

Carlos ArceLopera, Ana Maria Arboleda, K. Okajima

117

Facilitation of object categorization in multiple objects stimuli

Alvydas Šoliūnas, Aleksandras Pleskačiauskas, Algis Daktariūnas, Ona Gurčinienė

118

Rapid gist perception of meaningful real-life scenes: exploring individual and gender-specific differences in multiple categorization tasks

Steven Vanmarcke, Johan Wagemans

Spatial Vision

119

Illusory rotation of translating wheels: Kinematics override surface cues

David Souto, Rahela Islam

120

Mapping near acuity using a 2D psychometric tracking algorithm

Sven P. Heinrich, Christoph Reichel, Michael Bach

121

Gender differences in orientation sensitivity: behavioral data and event-related potentials (ERPs)

Natalia Y.U. Gerasimenko, Anna V. Slavutskaya, Marina A. Krylova, Igor V. Izyurov,
Elena S. Mikhailova

122

The effects of eccentricity and separation on positional localization bias

Zahra Hussain, Ben S. Webb, Paul V. McGraw

123

Psychophysical scaling of contrast sensitivity in three different spatial frequencies

Marcelo F. Costa, Sonia M.C.F. Moreira

Rivalry

124

Ambiguous figures perception under binocular and monocular viewing conditions

Vera A. Maksimova, Daria N. Podvigina

125

Dominance preservation in binocular rivalry

Malte Persike, Guenter Meinhardt

126

The scope and limits of numerical priming under continuous flash suppression

Guido Hesselmann, Philipp Sterzer, André Knops

Wednesday the 27th

Face perception III

1

The face inversion effect alters quantitatively and qualitatively information sampling

Xinyi Ouyang, Sébastien Miellet, Junpeng Lao, Roberto Caldara

2

Different mechanisms for male and female facial identity categorization as revealed by sequential effects

Shen-Mou Hsu

3

A preliminary investigation on the role of facial symmetry and facial expressions in attractiveness judgements and pupil dilation

Piril Hepsomali, Didem Gokcay

4

Age perception is influenced by face’s race

Aurelie Porcheron, Emmanuelle Mauger, Frédérique Soppelsa, Olivier Pascalis, Frédérique Morizot

5

How does the transformation of 3D-shaped avatar faces based on Support Vector Machine learning increase human sensibility to facial expressions?

Yudai Arai, Shunsuke Nagata, Yoshinori Inaba, Shigeru Akamatsu

6

Face race visual classification as revealed by fast periodic visual stimulation

Stefanie Peykarjou, Adelaide de Heering, Stefanie Hoehl, Sabina Pauen, Bruno Rossion

7

The role of eyes in the recognition of fear in faces presented centrally and peripherally

Priscilla Heard, Ella Davidson

8

Cross-cultural categorization of black and white faces

Hanna Roeloffs, Colin Tredoux, Géza Harsányi, Claus-Christian Carbon

9

An other-race bias when processing groups of faces

Duangkamol Srismith, Matt Oxner, William G. Hayward, Ian M. Thornton

10

Contribution of parts on the whole changes over time in facial attractiveness judgment

Chihiro Saegusa, Katsumi Watanabe

11

Recognition of emotions in dynamic transitions between facial expressions

Olga A. Korolkova

12

Age discrimination between static and dynamic occluded faces

Yannik T.H. Schelske, Tandra Ghose, Stefan Schweinberger

13

Facial representation form of animation affects skin color judgment

Hyejin Han, Keiji Uchikawa

14

A snake wiggle of reaction time functions to indicate holistic perception

Mario M. Fific, Daniel R. Little

15

Impact of make-up and facial contrast on femininity perception

Anna Loegel, Sandra Courrèges, Emmanuelle Mauger, Frédérique Morizot, Aurélie Porcheron

16

Repetition priming of unfamiliar faces as a covert index of eyewitness memory

Andrew J. Russ, Markus Bindemann

17

Comparing face and social models of person perception

Clare A.M. Sutherland, Julian A. Oldmeadow, Andrew W. Young

Illusions III

18

Unidirectional shape distortion effect induced by gradation-flash

Kenzo Sakurai

19

Experimental studies on the sinusoidal grating, square grating and hermann grid illusions for perceptibility thresholds

Kuntal Ghosh, Ashish Bakshi, Arijit Mallick, Sourya Roy

20

The color conditions by which streaming is perceived in the horizontal and vertical bars in the chromatic hermann grid

Teluhiko Hilano, Ryosuke Aso

21

Motion capture of colour-defined background textures by luminance-defined motion signals

Hanna C.R. Gillespie-Gallery, John L. Barbur

22

Magnitude and lightness of figures with “illusory contours”

Caterina Malisano, Lucia Zanuttini

23

Measuring haptics with the eye: The case of the Uznadze illusion

Olga Daneyko, Angelo Maravita, Daniele Zavagno

24

Measuring size in perception and mental imagery

Jelena D. Blanuša, Sunčica Zdravković

25

The relationship between errors in reproducing of time intervals and susceptibility to Muller-Lyer illusion

Iuliia Tsukanova

26

Perception of the Illusory contours with sine-shaped inducers

Ilya Zakharov, Maria Stepanenko

Brain Mechanisms III

27

Laminar profile of ongoing and evoked neuronal activities in the inferior temporal cortex of macaque monkeys

Junji Ito, Yukako Yamane, Ichiro Fujita, Hiroshi Tamura, Sonja Grün

28

Psychophysical and physiological isolation of On- & Off-pathway light adaptation using a sawtooth probed sine-wave paradigm

Bonnie M. Cooper, Barry B. Lee

29

Visual evoked potentials to luminance-modulated and contrast-modulated noise checkerboards

Mohd Izzuddin Hairol, Josselin Gautier, John Siderov, Sarah J. Waugh

30

Event-related EEG theta-band oscillatory responses to threatening pictures: Modulation by spontaneous emotion regulation strategy

Neil R. Harrison, Frédéric Surre, Philippe Chassy

31

Compensation of heading tuning for eye rotations in macaque area MSTd: roles of visual and extra-retinal signals

Adam D. Danz, Dora E. Angelaki, Gregory C. DeAngelis

32

Vection: neuronal representation of optic flow as a cue to self-motion

Maiko Uesaki, Hiroshi Ashida

33

EEG correlates of short time interval estimation

Daria N. Podvigina, Alexey K. Harauzov

34

The role of lateral occipital cortex and occipital face area in symmetry detection

Silvia Bona, Juha Silvanto, Zaira Cattaneo

Attention III

35

Cortical mechanisms of visual attention: combining insights from eye-tracking and EEG

Louisa V. Kulke, Megan Gawryszewski, John Wattam-Bell, Janette Atkinson, Oliver Braddick

36

Visual representation of words in the left occipito-temporal cortex as evidenced by EEG frequency-tagging

Aliette Lochy, Goedele Van Belle, Bruno Rossion

37

Differential effects of the size of the attentional window in central and peripheral vision

Andrea Albonico, Manuela Malaspina, Emanuela Bricolo, Marialuisa Martelli, Roberta Daini

38

Working memory and attention determinants of change blindness

Denis Zakharkin, Olga Mikhaylova, Alexey Gusev

39

The eye-of-origin and object-based attention

Hirokazu Ogawa

40

Attentional and perceptual priming share behavioral characteristics and may rely on common functional mechanisms

Manje Brinkhuis, Jan Brascamp, Árni Kristjánsson

41

Spatial anisotropies in the resolution of temporal attention

John R. Cass, Isuri Gunatillake, Erik Van der Burg

42

Analyses of response time distributions in attentional priming in visual search

Ómar I. Jóhannesson, Árni Kristjánsson

43

Tuning in: How attention to motion direction shapes visual sensitivity across time

Zampeta Kalogeropoulou, Sven Ohl, Martin Rolfs

Perception & Action III

44

Spatial association for visually presented note height: does the instrument played influence the direction of internal representation?

Matteo De Tommaso, Valter Prpic, Antonia Fumarola, Giulia Boschetti, Annamaria Brusaferro, Tiziano Agostini

45

Effect of negative emotions on the cognitive maps acquisition

Alina O. Tetereva, Maxim V. Pestun, Galina Y.A. Menshikova

46

Position invariance and object affordance in human parietal cortex

Zvi N. Roth, Ehud Zohary

47

Linking perception and action via stochastic forward physical models

Edward Vul, Kevin Smith

48

How do material and orientation of an object influence precision grip?

Vivian C. Paulun, Karl R. Gegenfurtner, Melvyn A. Goodale, Roland W. Fleming

49

Disentangling concurrent visual masking, response priming, and cognitive control processes

Sven Panis, Filipp Schmidt, Andreas Weber, Thomas Schmidt

50

Perceived speed is biased by intended voluntary action

Yasunaga Monno, Hirohiko Kaneko

Eye Movements III

51

Decoding eye movements to predict social interaction in real-world scenes

Gregory Zelinsky, Hossein Adeli

52

The neural mechanisms underlying competition for oculomotor selection: An eye-tracking and ERP study

Matt Weaver, Clayton Hickey, Wieske van Zoest

53

You can’t judge a book by the cover, but you do so (at least with joint attention)

Rossana Actis-Grosso, Barbara F.M. Marino, Natale V. Maiorana, Paola Ricciardelli

54

iMap3.5: a graphical statistical data-driven approach for fixation mapping of eye-movement data

Sebastien Miellet, Yingdi Liu, Michael Papinutto, Junpeng Lao, Roberto Caldara

55

Visuomotor learning in a craniocentric reference frame

Katharina Havermann, Siegfried Wahl

56

The impact of scene luminance levels on fixation durations: An examination based on simulations using the CRISP model

Ross C. Walshe, Antje Nuthmann

57

Linking gaze to objects: Individual biases in gaze judgments and how they can be altered by training

Johannes Schulz, Boris M. Velichkovsky, Jens R. Helmert

Colour & Illumination III

58

Color representations in Hungarian-Serbian bilinguals

Ivana Jakovljev, Sunčica Zdravković

59

Rapid averaging of multi-coloured ensembles

John J. Maule, Jessica Banks, Christoph Witzel, Anna Franklin

60

Illuminant chromaticity differentially affects color constancy

David Weiß, Karl R. Gegenfurtner

61

Color classification of leaves

Zarko Milojevic, Robert J. Ennis, Karl Gegenfurtner

62

Reaction times dependence on luminance spatial noise for a pseudo-isochromatic stimuli

Iñaki Cormenzana Méndez, Beatriz O’Donell , Andrés Martin, Givago S. Souza

63

Reduced peri-saccadic sensitivity to both luminance and color-opponent contrast

Martin Rolfs, Eric Castet

Clinical III

64

A systematic study of topographical agnosia and posterior cerebral artery infarcts

Thomas Busigny, Bérengère Pagès, Emmanuel J. Barbeau, Clara Bled, Emilie Montaut, Nicolas Raposo, Jean-François Albucher, François Chollet, Jérémie Pariente

65

Differences between autisms and typically developed people in cortical activation during global/local tasks: a NIRS study

Haruyuki Kojima, Haruka Note, Toshio Munesue

66

Occasional awareness of trees with never a forest in Balint simultanagnosia

Marina Pavlovskaya, Shaul Hochstein, Nachum Soroker, Yoram Bonneh

67

Magno - and parvo - systems and cognitive functions of the visual system in healthy subjects and patients with multiple sclerosis.

Svetlana V. Muravyova

68

The effects of perceptual noise on the speed of reading words and recognising facial emotions in autism spectrum disorder

Milena Mihaylova, Yordan K. Hodzhev and Velitchko Manahilov

69

Correction of binocular visual mechanisms in primary school children with reading difficulties

Nadezda N. Vasilyeva

70

Visuospatial and visuoconstructional skills in children with reading difficulties

Anastasia Vasilyeva

Multisensory processing III

71

Auditory rhythms influence perceived time durations of a tunnelling object

Chayada Chotsrisuparat, Rob van Lier, Arno R. Koning

72

Seeing the body produces limb-specific modulation of skin temperature

Renata Sadibolova, Matthew R. Longo

73

Visualization of sounds: Crossmodal transfer of affective information

Dragan Janković, Đurđa Timotijević, Slobodan Marković

74

Effects of depth position of virtual hand on perceived position of one’s own hand

Hiroaki Shigemasu, Takuya Kawamura, Hiroshi Kadota

75

Multimodal effect of color and aroma on predicted palatability of bottled teas

Akihisa Takemura, Shino Okuda, Katsunori Okajima

Sensory Development & Aging III

76

The role of cortical plasticity in age-related visual declines

Nuno A. De Sá Teixeira, Armando M. Oliveira, Luciano Gamberini, Alba Grieco

77

Age-related changes in brain activation during the Task-Switching Paradigm

Mitsunobu Kunimi, Sachiko Kiyama, Toshiharu Nakai

78

Memory colour in infancy?

Alexandra Clifford, Christoph Witzel, Ashley Chapman, Grace French, Rebecca Hodson, Alice Skelton, Rebecca Steedman, Anna Franklin

79

Modelling age-related chromatic adaptation mechanisms

Tushar Chauhan, Dimosthenis Karatzas, Kaida Xiao, Sophie Wuerger

80

Uncovering the functional role of infants’ biases in viewpoint selection during object exploration

Alfredo F. Pereira, Emanuel Sousa, Isabel C. Lisboa, Linda B. Smith, Karin H. James, Jorge A. Santos

Visual cognition

81

Pattern from visual noise motion: animacy versus intention

Kohske Takahashi, Katsumi Watanabe

82

Threat modulates neural responses to looming visual stimuli

Eleonora Vagnoni, Stella F. Lourenco, Matthew R. Longo

83

Multisensory stimulation of the face affects personal preference but not racial prejudice

Alejandro J. Estudillo, Markus Bindemann

84

Please do not disturb: Declarative associative learning with and without interference

Alexander N. Sokolov, Marina A. Pavlova

85

Feeling-of-warmth judgments in category learning with pictorial stimuli

Valnea Žauhar, Igor Bajšanski, Dražen Domijan

86

Diagnosing age-specific sexual interest with pupil dilation

Janice Attard, Markus Bindemann, Caoilte Ó. Ciardha

87

Amplification effects of processing fluency on implicit affective evaluation

Sabine Albrecht, Marius H. Raab, Claus-Christian Carbon

88

Testing the geographical stability of evocative pictures evaluation in Russia

Olga P. Marchenko, Yuri G. Pavlov

89

The interaction between phonological processing, naming speed and age in the reading performance of school age children

Evita Kassaliete, Ivars Lacis, Gunta Krumina

90

Early visual orthographic processes: dissociation between magnocellular and parvocellular systems in pseudoword processing

Théodora Vahine, Stéphanie Mathey, Sandrine Delord

91

Characteristics of interference in discrimination tasks within short periods of time

Satoko Ohtsuka

92

Influence of cartographic visualization methods on cognitive processing:
comparison of extrinsic and intrinsic visualization of avalanche hazard maps

Čeněk Šašinka, Zdeněk Stachoň, P. Kubíček, Sascha Tamm, Zbyněk Štěrba, Jiří Čeněk

93

Red card for red: Questioning the positive effect of the colour red on male attractiveness

Vera M. Hesslinger, Lisa Goldbach, Claus-Christian Carbon

94

Affective facial microexpressions and adult attachment

Fatima M. Felisberti, Elena Chipi, Jane Trueman

Art & Vision

95

Attractiveness of female body parts: Effects of global-local presentation

Slobodan Marković, Tara Bulut

96

Aesthetic preference for color vs. black and white photographs: Effect of the category of photographed objects

Vesna Barzut, Slobodan Marković

97

The effects of context and individual art interests on perception and evaluation of visual art

Andreas Gartus, Nicolas Klemer, Helmut Leder

98

The effect of short-term familiarity on the perception of beauty in fractal images

Ji Eom, Woo Hyun Jung

99

Perceptual complexity and liking of fractal-like statistical geometric patterns

Yağmur Güçlütürk, Richard H.A.H. Jacobs, Rob van Lier

100

Seeing the wood and the trees? Characteristics of local and global visual processing during representational drawing

Rebecca Chamberlain, Lee de Wit, Johan Wagemans

101

What can the pupil size tell us about aesthetics? Towards a multidimensional model of complex continuous experience

Marius H. Raab, Claudia Muth, Claus-Christian Carbon

102

In the mood for kitsch? Towards a functional model linking aesthetic appreciation to the dynamics of social motivation and self-determinacy

Stefan A. Ortlieb, Claus-Christian Carbon

103

Mindscape colors

Andrea J. van Doorn, Jan J. Koenderink, Liliana Albertazzi, Johan Wagemans

104

Effects of environmental factors on movie perception

Andreas M. Baranowski, Heiko Hecht

105

Classifying spatial visual illusions – illustrating with works of art

Thomas V. Papathomas

Computational Neuroscience

106

A neurocomputational model of lightness illusions

Dražen Domijan

107

An artificial human observer: camouflage assessment and object recognition

Timothy N. Volonakis, Olivia E. Matthews, Nicholas E. Scott-Samuel, Innes C. Cuthill, Roland J. Baddeley

108

When similarity makes a difference: a computer vision-based framework to investigate shared history in man-made textures

Laszlo Talas, Roland J. Baddeley, Nicholas E. Scott-Samuel, Innes C. Cuthill

109

FVDP - A visual difference model of human fixations in natural scene search

Matthew F. Asher, Iain D. Gilchrist, David J. Tolhurst

110

The navigational information content of panoramic images

Johannes M. Zanker, Jochen Zeil

111

Improving models of early vision through Bayesian analysis

David H.J. Janssen, Felix A. Wichmann

112

Pain-free bayesian inference for psychometric functions

Heiko H. Schütt, Stefan Harmeling, Jakob H. Macke, Felix A. Wichmann

113

A computational model of push-pull inhibition of simple cells with application to contour detection

George Azzopardi, Antonio Rodriguez Sanchez, Justus Piater, Nicolai Petkov

114

Visual numerosity: A computational model based on a topological invariant

Tobias Kluth, Christoph Zetzsche

Lightness & Brightness

115

Brightness perception in daylit office with scene

Ryosuke Tanaka, Hiroyuki Shinoda, Yasuhiro Seya

116

Effect of grouping on the Koffka-Benussi ring

Anna Riga, Elias Economou

117

Testing the ODOG brightness model with narrowband noise stimuli

Torsten Betz, Felix Wichmann, Robert Shapley, Marianne Maertens

118

When dark is left and bright is right: evidence of a spatial-luminance association effect

Valter Prpic, Antonia Fumarola, Matteo De Tommaso, Giulia Angelon, Mauro Murgia, Tiziano Agostini

119

What do the relative probabilities of the possible sources of the luminance profile tell us about the Craik-O'Brian-Cornsweet illusion?

Mariann Hudák, János Geier

120

Effects of illumination level, shades order and framework configuration on lightness

Predrag Nedimović, Jovana Živković, Sunčica Zdravković

New methods

121

The benefits of applying modern 3D technologies in computer-aided diagnostics and functional treatment of amblyopia and binocular disorders

Andrey Bolshakov, Maria Gracheva, Galina Rozhkova

122

Visual acuity measurement: Optimization of the test chart design

Maria Gracheva, Galina Rozhkova, Svetlana Rychkova

123

Improving visual mobility performance in low vision with depth-based smart glasses

Joram J. van Rheede, Iain Wilson, Stephen L. Hicks

124

A system for projecting wide-field visual stimuli within fMRI scanners

Maria C. Morrone, Vincenzo Greco, Francesca Frijia, Kyriaki Mikellidou, Domenico Montanaro, Alessandro Farini, Massimo D'Uva, Pasquale Poggi, Mauro Pucci,
Andrea Sordini, David C. Burr

125

A parametric three-dimensional stimulus set controlled for perceptual similarity

Verena Willenbockel, Aliette Lochy, Renaud Laguesse, Adam R. Dryden, Bruno Rossion, Quoc C. Vuong

Binocular Vision

126

People with wider inter-ocular distance see less depth in random dot stereograms

Shuichiro Taya

127

Dominated position coding mechanism for binocular disparity revealed by fMRI

Wei-Hsiang Yu, Chien-Chung Chen

128

The inversion effect in continuous flash suppression: Earlier detection or identification of upright objects?

Franziska Pfeffer, Malte Persike, Günter Meinhardt