Talk Sessions


Monday the 25th

Attention

09:00 - 10:45                                            Hall 1                                         Chair: Todd Horowitz

09:00

Visual attention filters for hue and saturation

George Sperling, Peng Sun, Charles E. Wright, Charles Chubb

09:15

Crowding limits multiple object tracking

Bilge Sayim, Lee de-Wit, Johan Wagemans

09:30

Top-down control of rapid attentional allocation to multiple objects

Anna Grubert, Martin Eimer

09:45

Stimulus-driven capture of attention by subliminal onsets

Ulrich Ansorge

10:00

Occipital TMS at phosphene threshold captures attention

Dragan Rangelov, Hermann J. Müller, Paul C.J. Taylor

10:15

Attention improves visual performance in amblyopic macaque monkeys

Lynne Kiorpes, Marisa Carrasco, Amelie Pham

10:30

Exogenous spatial attention in amblyopic adults is intact

Marisa Carrasco, Mariel Roberts, Lynne Kiorpes

Art & Vision

09:00 - 10:30                                           Hall 1/B                           Chair: Thomas Papathomas

09:00

Illusory blue from gray medieval mural paintings:color naming, color categorization and Stroop effect

Sandrine Delord, Theodora Vahine, Aurélie Mounier, Pascal Ricarrere, Floréal Daniel, Kenneth Knoblauch

09:15

Do people dislike angles or do they like curvature?

Marco Bertamini, Letizia Palumbo

09:30

Analyzing artworks by means of vision sciences: the case of two Mona Lisas generating a stereogram

Claus-Christian Carbon, Vera M. Hesslinger

09:45

Stream along the aesthetic mind. The dynamics of elaborating artistic movies

Claudia Muth, Marius Raab, Claus-Christian Carbon

10:00

Neural substrates of the local-to-global shift in mosaic images

Jasmina Stevanov, Hiroshi Ashida, Maiko Uesaki, Akiyoshi Kitaoka

10:15

Aesthetic and neural responses to synthetic images varying
in their amplitude spectrum

Branka Spehar, Zoey Isherwood, Mark Schira

Eye Movements

11:30 - 13:00                                           Hall 1                                         Chair: Tamara Watson

11:30

A direct comparison of perceptual and oculomotor contrast sensitivity

Alex L. White, Sven Ohl, Martin Rolfs

11:45

The „where“ and the „when“ of overt attention in natural scenes:
fixation probability predicts fixation duration

Wolfgang Einhäuser, Antje Nuthmann

12:00

Eye movements do not follow perceived location in visual crowding

Funda Yildirim, Sayf Faraj, Frans W. Cornelissen

12:15

The role of temporal integration windows in visual stability

David Melcher, Alessio Fracasso, Evelyn Muschter, Martijn van Koningsbruggen, Andreas Wutz

12:30

Putting the “social” into social attention

Nicola J. Gregory, Beatriz Lopez

12:45

Flexible frames of reference for multiplex viewing

Kenneth C. Scott-Brown, Matthew J. Stainer, Benjamin W. Tatler

Lightness

11:30 - 13:00                                           Hall 1/B                                          Chair: Michael Rudd

11:30

The role of grouping in the reverse contrast illusion

Elias Economou, Suncica Zdravković, Alan L. Gilchrist

11:45

Simultaneous lightness contrast under different illuminations

Daniele Zavagno, Olga Daneyko, Stuart C. Mangel, Zili Liu

12:00

Partial integration versus local/global anchoring: A test

Alan L. Gilchrist, Alessandro Soranzo

12:15

Computational cortical theory of lightness constancy under varying illumination

Michael E. Rudd

12:30

Perceived lightness over space and time

Matteo Toscani, Sunčica Zdravković, Karl R. Gegenfurtner

12:45

Attached vs. cast shadows: Same or different?

Alexander D. Logvinenko

Tuesday the 26th

Visual Search

09:00 - 10:30                                           Hall 1                                    Chair: Ken Scott-Brown

09:00

From tools to tumors? A meta-analysis of the prevalence effect in visual search experiments and medical image perception

Todd S. Horowitz

09:15

What makes the preview benefit: Foreknowledge of features, locations, or both?

Günter Meinhardt, Malte Persike

09:30

Visual search in heterogeneous displays is not a categorical process: evidence from genetic algorithms

Garry Kong, David Alais, Erik van der Burg

09:45

Super foragers – a population unaffected by feature integration theory?

Árni Kristjánsson, Ómar I. Jóhannesson, Ian M. Thornton

10:00

Human visual search performance for military camouflage patterns

Olivia Matthews, Tim Volonakis, Innes Cuthill, Nicholas Scott-Samuel, Roland Baddeley

10:15

The schematic angry face effect: threat detection or V1 processes?

Matthew J. Kennett, Guy Wallis, L. Zhaoping

Motion

09:00 - 10:30                                           Hall 1/B                                    Chair: George Mather

09:00

The effect of implied motion on the motion after-effect

George Mather, Rebecca J. Sharman

09:15

Revisiting the influence of spatial frequency on the perception of rotating speed

Hiroshi Ashida, Akiyoshi Kitaoka

09:30

Separating different motion processes with hypocycloid motion

Arthur G. Shapiro, Alex Rose-Henig, William Kistler

09:45

Neural correlates of non-retinotopic processing in human visual cortex as determined by 7T fMRI and high-density EEG

Michael Herzog, Evelina Thunell, Wietske van der Zwaag, Haluk Ögmen, Gijs Plomp

10:00

Particularly good judgments about the timing of impending collisions

Eli Brenner, Irene García Calvo, Jeroen B.J. Smeets

10:15

A common rate controller for all mental updating?

Alexis D.J. Makin

Colour

11:30 - 13:00                                           Hall 1                                           Chair: Galina Paramei

11:30

Combining S-cone and luminance signals adversely affects discrimination of objects within backgrounds

Jasna Martinovic, Ramakrishna Chakravarthi, Erin Austin,
Konstantinos Tsattalios, Ben J. Jennings

11:45

Color appearance and color language depend on
sensory singularities in the natural environment

Christoph Witzel, J. Kevin O’Regan

12:00

Binocular luminance contrast reduces inter-ocular competition between dichoptic colour contrasts

Frederick A.A. Kingdom, Danni Wang, Lauren Libenson

12:15

Colour induction concurrently shifts a subjective category boundary and a locus of optimal discrimination

Marina Danilova, J.D. Mollon

12:30

The map is the itinerary: Cognitive color space reconstructed from listing data for 11 European languages

David L. Bimler, Mari Uusküla

12:45

Representations of colour in human visual cortex: from chromatic signals on the retina to representations of object surfaces

Kiley Seymour, Mark A. Williams, Anina N. Rich

Biological Motion

11:30 - 13:00                                           Hall 1/B                                                Chair: Karin Pilz

11:30

Neurodynamical model for multi-stability and adaptation in motion recognition

Martin A. Giese, Leonid Fedorov, Joris Vangeneugden

11:45

Schizotypy is associated with individual differences in biological motion perception

Karin S. Pilz

12:00

Plasticity within the cerebro-cerebellar circuitry for biological motion processing

Arseny A. Sokolov, Michael Erb, Wolfgang Grodd, Marcos S. Tatagiba,
Richard S.J. Frackowiak, Marina A. Pavlova

12:15

Residual biological motion perception in a case of cortical blindness

Nicolas Ruffieux, Junpeng Lao, Sébastien Miellet, Françoise Colombo, Jean-Marie Annoni, Roberto Caldara

12:30

Sex differences in the MEG response to biological motion

Marina A. Pavlova, Alexander N. Sokolov, Christel Bidet-Ildei

12:45

Actions in motion: Separate perceptual channels for processing dynamic and static action information

Stephan de la Rosa, Matthias Hohmann, Heinrich H. Bülthoff

Wednesday the 27th

Multisensory Processing

09:00 - 10:30                                           Hall 1                                                Chair: Derek Arnold

09:00

Rapid temporal recalibration is unique to audiovisual stimuli: no effects for audiotactile or visuotactile stimuli

David Alais, Emily Orchard-Mills, Erik van der Burg

09:15

Audio-visual temporal recalibration is driven by decisional processes

Derek H. Arnold, Brendan Keane, Kielan Yarrow

09:30

Seeing and feeling size: a cross-modal discrimination experiment

Astrid M.L. Kappers, Sander E.M. Jansen, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest

09:45

Size, distance, her anisotropy and her lover – independence of perceived size and distance

Oliver M. Toskovic

10:00

Effects of color and visual texture on drink perception

Katsunori Okajima, Junya Ueda

10:15

Music-color associations in synesthetes and non-synesthetes: the mediating role of emotion

Stephen E. Palmer, Karen B. Schloss, Thomas Langlois,
William S. Griscom, Kelly L. Whiteford

Learning

09:00 - 10:30                                           Hall 1/B                                      Chair: Mark Greenlee

09:00

Individual differences in perceptual learning: structural and functional brain correlates

Mark W. Greenlee, Sebastian M. Frank, Eric A. Reavis, Peter U. Tse

09:15

Search history influences choosing and liking: bias towards target is provided by distractor repetition while liking is decreased after distractor-to-target switch

Andrey Chetverikov, Árni Kristjánsson

09:30

Perceptual learning with only one stimulus

Lukasz Grzeczkowski, E.M. Tartaglia, F.W. Mast, M.H. Herzog

09:45

Improvement of visual acuity and contrast sensitivity in non-corrected mild myopia with combined contrast detection training and transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS)

Rebecca Camilleri, Andrea Pavan, Filippo Ghin, Gianluca Campana

10:00

Oculomotor sequence learning, automation and interruption

Matthew J. Stainer, R.H.S. Carpenter, Peter Brotchie, Andrew J. Anderson

10:15

Binocular suppression transfers to the contralateral eye

Mark Vergeer, Johan Wagemans, Raymond van Ee

Face Perception

11:30 - 13:00                                           Hall 1                                             Chair: Karen Lander

11:30

Individual variation in the perception and recognition of faces

Karen Lander, Siddhu Poyarekar, Josh Davis

11:45

Combined TMS / fMRI reveals dissociable cortical pathways for dynamic and static faces

David D. Pitcher, Brad Duchaine, Vince Walsh

12:00

Effects of inversion and contrast-reversal on objective face detection thresholds identified by sweep steady-state visual evoked potentials

Joan Liu-Shuang, Justin M. Ales, Bruno Rossion, Anthony Norcia

12:15

Reconstructing emotions in motion in prosopagnosia reveals separate
representations for identity and emotion

Anne-Raphaëlle Richoz, Rachael E. Jack, Oliver G. B. Garrod, Philippe G. Schyns, Roberto Caldara

12:30

Foveal and extrafoveal processing of features within a face underpinning emotion recognition

Anthony P. Atkinson, Hannah E. Smithson

12:45

Anomalous optimal points of fixation to faces

Miguel P. Eckstein, Charles C-F. Or, Matthew F. Peterson

Development

11:30 - 13:00                                          Hall 1/B                          Chair: Bozana Meinhardt-Injac

11:30

Cross-modal integration limits preverbal infant abstract rule learning

Chia Huei Tseng, Hiu Mei Chow, Angeline S.M. Tsui, Yuen Ki Ma, Diane Yat

11:45

Measuring perceptual sampling efficiency in adults and children

Tessa M. Dekker, Peter R. Jones, Marko Nardini

12:00

Efficient strategies for measuring perceptual thresholds in infants using eyetracking

Pete R. Jones, Sarah Kalwarowsky, Marko Nardini

12:15

Categorization of faces versus objects in the infant’s right occipito-temporal cortex by means of fast periodic visual stimulation

Adelaide de Heering, Goedele Van Belle, Bruno Rossion

12:30

Neural correlates of age-related changes during multiple object processing

Silvia Pagano, Elisa Fait, Alessia Monti, Debora Brignani, Veronica Mazza

12:45

Cortical timing of contrast processing in infants with perinatal brain injury

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

Thursday the 28th

Perceptual mechanisms

09:00 - 10:30                                           Hall 1                                            Chair: Colin Clifford

09:00

Towards a unified account of dynamic visual feature binding

Colin W.G. Clifford, Gabriel J. Vigano, Ryan T. Maloney

09:15

A computational model of a class of orientation illusions

Dejan Todorović

09:30

Compressive mapping of number to space reflects dynamic encoding mechanisms, not static logarithmic transform

David C. Burr, Guido M. Cicchini, Giovanni Anobile

09:45

The New Moon illusion and the perception of straight lines

Brian J. Rogers, Olga V. Naumenko

10:00

Poor voluntary averaging of spatial orientations

Joshua A. Solomon, Keith A. May, Christopher W. Tyler

10:15

Effects of number, contrast, density and motion on estimation of number

Nick E. Scott-Samuel, Natasha Davies, Caitlin Molloy, Sofia Panas O’Brien, Alan To

Clinical

09:00 - 10:30                                           Hall 1/B                                       Chair: Arash Sahraie

09:00

The Middle Temporal (MT+) area mediates global motion processing: evidence from patients with schizophrenia and non-invasive brain stimulation

Gorana Pobric, Johan Hulleman, Daniel C. Javitt

09:15

Efficacy of pupil response as predictor of blindsight

Arash Sahraie, Mary-Joan MacLeod, Ceri T. Trevethan, James Urquhart, Larry Weiskrantz

09:30

Comparison of fMRI measurements in lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) and primary visual cortex (V1) with visual deficits in glaucoma

Sophie Wuerger, Joanne Powell, Laura Parkes, Anshoo Choudhary

09:45

Learning to see shapes following late emergence from blindness

Ayelet McKyton, Itay Ben-Zion, Ehud Zohary

10:00

Selective impairments of reactive but not scanning saccade adaptation in a patient with a focal thalamic lesion

Eckart Zimmermann, Florian Ostendorf, Christoph J. Ploner, Markus Lappe

10:15

Contrast sensitivity in treated and untreated patients with schizophrenia

Irina Shoshina, Kristina Novikova, Yuri Shelepin

Perception & Action

11:30 - 13:00                                           Hall 1                                            Chair: Astrid Kappers

11:30

Two multisensory illusions reveal a dissociation between implicit and explicit representations of the body

Nicola Bruno, Marco Bertamini

11:45

Nudge, nudge, nudge - How floor patterns impact on walking trajectories

Ute Leonards, John G. Fennell, David W. Redmill

12:00

Action molds the perception of facial expressions

Walter Gerbino, Matteo Manzini, Sara Rigutti, Carlo Fantoni

12:15

Luminance transients and inhibition of return in a movement-congruency effect

Silviya P. Doneva, Geoff G. Cole

12:30

The influence of visual and haptic cues on early grasping force

Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest, Astrid M.L. Kappers

12:45

Predictive plus online visual information optimizes temporal precision

Joan Lopez-Moliner, Cristina de la Malla

Grouping Principles

11:30 - 13:00                                           Hall 1/B                                   Chair: Marco Bertamini

11:30

Rapid redeployment of the symmetry axis preference reveals an adaptive frame-of-reference principle in human symmetry processing

Christopher W. Tyler, Chien-Chung Chen

11:45

Bayesian Hierarchical Grouping in perceptual organization

Vicky Froyen, Jacob Feldman, Manish Singh

12:00

(in)Validating measures of local and global processing

Johan Wagemans, Ruth Van der Hallen, Rebecca Chamberlain, Sander Van de Cruys, Lee de-Wit

12:15

Competition between grouping principles: a primed-matching study

Einat Rashal, Yaffa Yeshurun, Ruth Kimchi

12:30

Contour integration in dynamic scenes and selective attention

Axel Grzymisch, Cathleen Grimsen, Udo A. Ernst

12:45

Intermodulation components as a neural signature of Gestalt formation in illusory surfaces

Nihan Alp, Naoki Kogo, Goedele VanBelle, Johan Wagemans, Bruno Rossion