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Thursday, September 17
 

12:00 EEST

Women in Cognitive Science (WiCS) Symposium
Title: Personal perspectives in the social, political & economic issues of being a woman in the sciences

Chairs: M.T. Bajo & P. Dussias

Panelists: R. Logie, N.S. Galles, A.Shimi, A. Prior, S. Jaeggi

Thursday September 17, 2015 12:00 - 13:45 EEST
Lara A-B

14:00 EEST

ERC Information Session
Title: "ERC Information session on funding"

Organizer: P.Dissard

Panelists: M.Denis, R. Logie, A. Cleeremans, M.Zorzi

 

Thursday September 17, 2015 14:00 - 16:00 EEST
Lara A-B

16:00 EEST

Conference Opening
Thursday September 17, 2015 16:00 - 16:30 EEST
Akamas A-B-C-D

16:30 EEST

Keynote Lecture 1 - The Broadbent Lecture
A core brain system in assembly of cognitive episodes

Speakers

Thursday September 17, 2015 16:30 - 17:30 EEST
Akamas A-B-C-D

17:30 EEST

Poster Session A
Click the link to open a pdf file with all the posters scheduled for this session.


Thursday September 17, 2015 17:30 - 19:30 EEST
Terrace

19:30 EEST

Welcome reception
** the reception is open to all registered conferene members ** 

Thursday September 17, 2015 19:30 - 21:00 EEST
TBA
 
Friday, September 18
 

09:00 EEST

Attention and working memory: commonalities and differences

09:00

The focus of attention as a highlighter of perceived and of stored information | N. Cowan 

09:20

Protection and flexible updating of representations in memory | M. Husain 

09:40

Genetic influences on attention and working memory | N. Friedman

10:00

Attention as work, not memory in working memory | R. Logie

10:20

Attentional and non-attentional maintenance in working memory | V. Camos

10:40

Underlying mechanisms of working memory training – the role of interference resolution and attentional control | S. Jaeggi

 


Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas A

09:00 EEST

Automatic and strategic processes in the Stroop effect

09:00

Regulation  of the conflict adaptation effect by emotion | D. Sharma

09:20

The influence of response modality (manual vs. vocal) in the Stroop task | M. Augustinova

09:40

The dynamics of control in the Stroop task | W. Notebaert, C. Bundt, E. Abrahamse, M. Ruitenberg

10:00

On the "what" and the "how" of control of the Stroop effect | J. Tzelgov, Y.Levin, O.Entel

10:20

Interaction between inherited and situational factors of cognitive performance in the Stroop Color-naming task | A. Szekely, A. Vereczkei,  B. Gönye, J. Bircher, E. Kotyuk, R.E. Katonai, M. Gyurkovics, S. Maruzsa, K. Varga, J.M. Duchek, D.A. Balota, M. Sasvari-Szekely

10:40

Discussion



Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas B

09:00 EEST

Big data approaches to understanding visual word recognition

09:00

Moving beyond the monosyllable  in models of skilled reading: Mega-study of disyllabic nonword reading | K. Rastle, B. Mousikou, J. Sadat, R. Lucas

09:20

Can reaction  times from massive online experiments be used  to study visual word recognition? P. Mandera,  E. Keuleers, M. Stevens, M. Brysbaert

09:40

How spurious can you get? Charting the sensitivity and specificity of typical psycholinguistic experiments with megastudy data | M. Stevens, P. Mandera, E. Keuleers, M. Brysbaert

10:00

Quality, not quantity: Register  is more important than size in corpus–based frequency  estimation | D. Crepaldi, S. Amenta, P. Mandera, E. Keuleers, M. Brysbaert

10:20

Contextual diversity, not frequency,  predicts children’s word reading  accuracy | K. Nation, B. Vandekerckhove, J. Ricketts

10:40

Discussion


Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas D

09:00 EEST

Current methods and advances in prospective memory research

09:00

Contributions of sensory and higher order cortical areas in prospective memory | N. Sigala

09:20

Electrophysiological evidence of top-down and bottom-up  processes in Prospective memory P. Bisiacchi,  G. Cona

09:40

Prospective memory and stress-dependent cortisol secretion: Are we less affected when we are old? | M. Kliegel, K. Schnitzspahn, C. Kirschbaum

10:00

Does the impact on prospective memory of carrying the APOE e4 gene vary with age and cognitive state? | J. Rusted, S. Evans,  C. Lancaster, N. Rothen,  Y. Nagai

10:20

Linking real-world prospective memory, experimental tasks, and underlying mechanisms: Evidence  from computational modelling and online web-based testing S. Gilbert

10:40

Psychophysiology of prospective memory: The effects of autonomic  arousal  and cue-focality on prospective memory retrieval | N. Rothen, Y. Nagai, J. Rusted


Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas C

09:00 EEST

Implicit vs. explicit learning and consolidation

09:00

Competitive brain networks  underlying implicit and explicit learning | D. Nemeth, K. Janacsek

09:20

Sleep  consolidates the hippocampal-dependent representation of motor sequences | G. Albouy

09:40

From implicit to explicit learning, and back | A. Cleeremans

10:00

Consolidation  and generalization of implicit sequence learning during sleep | K. Rauss, N. Lutz, S. Diekelmann,  J. Born

10:20

Discussion


Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Amoroza A

09:00 EEST

Neurocognitive correlates of cognitive control

09:00

Tyrosine but not propranolol modulates cognitive flexibility: evidence from task-switching paradigm in randomized controlled trials | L. Colzato,  L. Steenbergen, R. Sellaro, B. Hommel

9:20 

Dopaminergic  modulation of working memory updating  through transcranial direct current stimulation | 
B. Jongkees, R. Sellaro, B. Hommel, S. Kühn, L. Colzato

9:40 

γ-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) improves action selection  processes: evidence from transcutaneous vagus  nerve stimulation (tVNS) and synthetic  GABA administration 
L. Steenbergen, R. Sellaro, A. Stock, C. Beste,  L. Colzato

 

10:00

Neurobiochemical factors of goal activation during multitasking | A. Stock, C. Beste 

10:20

Functional neuroanatomy of goal activation during multitasking | C. Beste

10:40

Action control in response-inhibition tasks:  A biased competition account | F. Verbruggen

 



Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Amoroza B-C

09:00 EEST

Social and emotional information processing in the developing brain

09:00

Rapid Categorization of  natural face images in the infant right hemisphere | A. de Heering, B. Rossion

09:20

Spatial attentional  biases to threat-relevant stimuli in infancy | J. Bertels,  C. Bayard,  A. Destrebecqz

09:40

How  infants deploy their visual attention to emotionally-expressive faces:  An eye-tracking approach | J. Baudouin,  N. Dollion, O. Godard,  K. Durand, R. Soussignan, B. Schaal

10:00

Affective matching  of odors and facial expressions in infants: Shifting patterns between 3 and 7 months | O. Godard, K. Durand, B. Schaal, J. Baudouin

10:20

The difference between deliberate and accidental consequences of actions  in children and chimpanzees | A. Destrebecqz, L. Legrain, W. Gevers

10:40

Antecedents of attachment security in infancy: Attention and neural responses to negative emotions | M. Peltola, L. Forssman, S. Yrttiaho, K. Puura,  M. van IJzendoorn, J. Leppänen


Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Amoroza D

09:00 EEST

What Bayesian methods can do for cognitive science

09:00

JASP:  A Fresh  Way to do Statistics | E. Wagenmakers

09:20

The misalignment  of scientific thought and statistical  practice:  deep  problems  and workable solutions | R. Morey

09:40

A Bayesian framework for publication bias mitigation using behavioral  process models J. Vandekerckhove, M. Guan

10:00

Is extra attention needed to remember feature bindings? Testing theoretically meaningful null hypotheses with Bayes factors | C. Morey

10:20

From thinking in terms of effects (and failing to reject the null hypothesis) to thinking in terms of models (and embracing the invariance) | E. Vergauwe, J. Rouder

10:40

Discussion


Friday September 18, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Lara A-B

11:00 EEST

Coffee break
Friday September 18, 2015 11:00 - 11:30 EEST
Lobby

11:30 EEST

Bilingualism

11:30

The foreign language effect on moral judgments involving material consequences | A.E. Lim, W. Cheong

11:50

Bilingual language control and speech monitoring: Two sides  of the same coin? | M. Declerck,  K. Lemhöfer, J. Grainger

12:10

“Semantic P600” in second language sentence processing: When syntax conflicts with semantics X. Zheng, K. Lemhöfer

12:30

Cognate and non-cognate representations in Greek-English bilingual adults and children: a cross-script investigation using the masked priming paradigm | A. Terzopoulos, L. Duncan,  G. Niolaki, J. Masterson

12:50

Learning from internal and external error signals  in second language acquisition | S. Bultena, K. Lemhöfer, C. Danielmeier,  H. Bekkering


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Lara A-B

11:30 EEST

Decision mechanisms / Consciousness

11:30

Using covert response activation to test latent assumptions of formal decision-making models M. Servant, C. White, A. Montagnini, B. Burle

11:50

Effects of learning on somatosensory and auditory decision-making and experiences: Implications for medically unexplained symptoms | A. Huque, E. Poliakoff, R. Brown

12:10

Avoiding the conflict: Metacognitive  awareness drives the selection  of low-demand  contexts K. Desender, C. Buc Calderon, F. Van Opstal,  E. Van den Bussche

12:30

How do we know what we see and remember? The influence of task decision  on awareness ratings in perception and memory | M. Wierzchon, M. Siedlecka, B. Paulewicz

12:50

Decision Mechanisms Underlying Increased Reaction-Time Variability in ADHD | N. Shahar,  A.R. Teodorescu, A. Karmon-Presser, G.E. Anholt, N. Meiran


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Amoroza D

11:30 EEST

Language I

11:30

Unconscious emotional effects on syntactic  processing during sentence comprehension: An ERP study | L. Jiménez Ortega, J. Espuny,  P. Herreros  de Tejada, C. Vargas-Rivero, M. Martin-Loeches

11:50

On the influence of the orthographic system beyond linguistic processes | C. Martin, S. Schlöffel, ,  M. Lallier, M. Carreiras

12:10

The influence of speaker accent on ambiguity resolution | J. Rodd,  Z. Cai, G. Gaskell, M. Davis

12:30

The time-course of cross  modal word learning in adults | A. Weighall, L. Spackman, J. Morgan

12:50

Time, sleep  and lexical ambiguity | G. Gaskell,  Z. Cai, H. Betts, J. Rodd


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas C

11:30 EEST

Memory I

11:30

Properties of retrieval-induced forgetting in motor memory | T. Tempel, C. Frings

11:50

Effects of auditory distraction  on memory and meta-memory: The case of encoding | P. Beaman, M. Hanczakowski, D. Jones

12:10

The effect of a storyteller’s gaze  direction on memory performance and psychophysiological responses in children | T. Helminen,  J. Lähteenmäki, A. Engdahl,  J. Hietanen

12:30

Memory frames: The effect of retrieval query format on source recollection | A. Raposo, S. Frade, M. Alves

12:50

Age of acquisition  and frequency  affect memory: Evidence  from free recall of pictures  and words | I. Raman, S. Ikier, E. Raman, E. Kilecioglu


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas D

11:30 EEST

Numerical cognition I

11:30

Numerosity extraction in young children : Evidence  from the distribution game | A. Content,  J. Nys

11:50

The involvement of an inhibitory mechanism to select  arithmetic facts: A developmental study | P. Megias,  P. Macizo

12:10

Tracking practice  effects in computation  estimation | D. Ganor-Stern, N. Weiss

12:30

Identifying the cognitive predictors of early counting and calculation skills: Evidence  from a longitudinal study | E. Soto -Calvo, F.R. Simmons, C. Willis, A. Adams

12:50

Testing the mental architecture of processing symbolic and non-symbolic numerical information | R. Goldman, S. Naparstek, J. Tzelgov, A. Henik


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Amoroza A

11:30 EEST

Speech processing

11:30

Anticipation processes in L2 speech comprehension: Evidence  from ERPs  and lexical recognition task | A. Foucart, E. Ruiz-Tada, A. Costa

11:50

Formality variation in spontaneous speech: Corpus  data on the influence of listener status K. Koppen, M. Ernestus, M. van Mulken

12:10

Integration of "secondary"  information during comprehension: Co-speech gestures in English and mouth patterns accompanying British Sign Language signs | D. Vinson, P. Perniss, G. Vigliocco

12:30

Spatio-temporal dynamics of word selection  in speech production: Insights from electrocorticography | S. Ries,  R. Dhillon, A. Clarke, D. King-Stephen, K. Laxer, P. Weber, R. Kuperman, K. Auguste,  P. Brunner, G. Schalk,  J. Lin, J. Parvizi, N. Crone, N. Dronkers,  R. Knight

12:50

Ten things I like about /y/: Testing the mirror neuron hypothesis of sound symbolism using a non-English vowel | S.J.  Styles


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Amoroza B-C

11:30 EEST

Task switching

11:30

Incorrect predictions reduce switch costs | T. Kleinsorge,  J. Scheil

11:50

Tactile stimuli increase effects of modality compatibility in task switching | D.N. Stephan, I. Koch

12:10

Time-based expectancy for task relevant stimulus features and feature combinations R. Thomaschke, J. Hoffmann, C. Haering, A. Kiesel

12:30

A brain network involved in domain-general task-switching | A. Vallesi, S. Arbula, M. Capizzi

12:50

Joint Performance without Corepresentation | M. Yamaguchi, H. Wall


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas B

11:30 EEST

Working memory I

11:30

A dimensional  approach to developmental impairments  of attention,  learning and memory S. Gathercole, F. Woolgar, D. Astle, T. Manly, J. Holmes

11:50

Is storage capacity or attentional control the end story to understanding VSTM in childhood? Going beyond the investigation  of single mechanisms | A. Shimi, G. Scerif 

12:10

Does rehearsal help immediate serial recall? | K. Oberauer,  A. Souza 

12:30

Questioning  short-term  memory and its measurement: Why digit span  measures long-term associative learning | G. Jones, B. Macken 

12:50

Visuospatial  bootstrapping effects in working memory | R. Allen, J. Havelka,  C. Calia, S. Darling 

 


Friday September 18, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas A

13:10 EEST

Lunch break
Friday September 18, 2015 13:10 - 14:20 EEST
TBA

14:20 EEST

Attention and cognitive control

14:20

Media multi-tasking and executive  functions in young adults | H. Magen

14:40

A conflict monitoring account of the control mechanisms involved in dual-tasking  | M. Olszanowski, A. Szmalec, T. Bajo

15:00

Response selection  and crosstalk as explanatory  concepts in multiple action control: Differences  and commonalities | L. Huestegge, A. Pieczykolan

15:20

Development of executive  functions and self-regulation  regarding to academic achievements  | N. Józefacka-Szram

15:40

Backward-crosstalk is due to response selection, not response activation | M. Janczyk


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas A

14:20 EEST

Bilingualism II

14:20

Recently learned  L2 words interfere with their L1 translations during picture-naming in L1 | S. Geukes, P. Zwitserlood

14:40

Effects of bilingual experience and biliteracy on executive  functions and working memory in Greek-Albanian children | E. Chrysochoou, Z. Bablekou,  S. Kazi, E. Masoura

15:00

Cross-linguistic exposure triggers changes in parsing  preferences | P. Dussias, L. Perrotti, M. Carlson

15:20

Performing iconic gestures during learning accelerates vocabulary  acquisition  in a foreign language | P. Macizo,  N. Manzano

15:40

Hebrew morphological knowledge in Russian-Hebrew bilingual children: The insidious role of vocabulary | A. Prior, D. Shahar-Yames, Z. Eviatar


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Lara A-B

14:20 EEST

Language II

14:20

A matter of timing: when does learning to read start to impact on nonlinguistic object recognition? | T. Fernandes, I. Leite, R. Kolinsky

14:40

Morphology, Orthography, and Semantics in processing Greek words | S. Loui, A. Protopapas

15:00

Simon effect with biological spatial cues  in deaf speakers of sign language | M. Scaltritti, M. Miozzo, F. Peressotti

15:20

A hierarchical  generative model of letter perception based on recycling of natural image features | M. Zorzi, A. Testolin, I. Stoianov

15:40

The role of iconicity in word learning | G. Vigliocco, R. Thompson, G. Morgan, R. England


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas C

14:20 EEST

Memory II

14:20

Ownership and Memory: The Mere Ownership Effect depends on Semantic Processing J. Englert, D. Wentura

14:40

Selective  directed  forgetting: Boundary conditions  and underlying mechanisms | C. Aguirre, C. Gómez-Ariza,  P. Andrés,  G. Mazzoni, M.T. Bajo

15:00

Is it really all relative? The role of relative judgment  in absolute identification | D. Guest, J. Adelman, C. Kent

15:20

The influence of joint attention on visual working memory: Effects of emotional expression M. Jackson, S. Gregory

15:40

Prospective memory and second language education: what influences teachers' evaluation? D. Basso, M. Cottini


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas D

14:20 EEST

Reading and text comprehension

14:20

Are idiomatic expressions more emotionally engaging than literal statements? An fMRI study C. Cacciari, F. Citron, J. Funcke,  C. Hsu, A. Jacobs

14:40

The consequences of a mind that wanders early on while reading  and listening | I. Tapiero, L. Jacquot, G.A. Michael

15:00

How is Rapid Automatized Naming related to reading? A behavioral  and event-related potential study with children | M. Cohen,  G. Mahé, M. Laganaro, P. Zesiger

15:20

Competing  talker interference in sentence comprehension | H. Valdes-Laribi, D. Wendt, E. MacDonald, M. Cooke, S. Mattys

15:40

Eye movements reveal memory processes during hypotheses testing in sequential diagnostic reasoning | A. Scholz, G. Jahn, J. Krems


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Amoroza B-C

14:20 EEST

Social cognition

14:20

A sensorimotor approach of social cognition | F. Quesque, Y. Coello

14:40

The role of the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex in forming and updating  social impressions | C. Ferrari, T. Vecchi, A. Todorov, Z. Cattaneo 

15:00

Pupil-Mimicry Correlates with Trust in In-Group Partners with Dilating Pupils | M. Kret

15:20

Doing the dirty work: influence of coercion on the sense of agency | E. Caspar, A. Cleeremans, P. Haggard

15:40

How reduced information can increase cooperation in groups | P. Riefer, B. Love


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Amoroza A

14:20 EEST

Spatial cognition

14:20

Entrainment  in the wild: Effects of multiple shared and private contexts  on referential communication | S. Brennan,  K. Schuhmann, K. Batres

14:40

Effect of task constraints on the motor coding of peripersonal space | Y. Coello, F. Quesque, Y. Wamain

15:00

Interpersonal integration of perceptual judgments in an object location task | P. Voinov, G. Knoblich, N. Sebanz

15:20

The effect of gesturing  on navigation and spatial memory depends on individual differences in spatial ability | A. Galati, S. Weisberg, N. Newcombe, M. Avraamides

15:40

Number-space and pitch-space interactions in the numerically impaired brain,  | T. Popescu, M. Marin, R. Cohen Kadosh, G. Humphreys


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Amoroza D

14:20 EEST

Visual perception

14:20

Mental subtitles in the mind’s eye. Characteristics and prevalence of tickertape “synaesthesia” M. Price, S. Holm, T. Eilertsen

14:40

Spotting Lesions in Split of a Second - Neural Mechanisms Behind Radiological Expertise M. Bilalic

15:00

A specialised brain area  for analysis  of rapid motion in the peripheral  visual field K. Mikellidou, F. Frijia, D. Montanaro, V. Greco, D. Burr, M. Morrone

15:20

Getting more, for less: The benefits  of temporal integration in visual perception E. Akyurek,  M. Wolff, S. Scholz, N. Kappelmann, M. Volkert, H. van Rijn

15:40

Evolving the keys to visual crowding | E. Van der Burg, C. Olivers, J. Cass


Friday September 18, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas B

16:00 EEST

Coffee break
Friday September 18, 2015 16:00 - 16:30 EEST
Lobby

16:30 EEST

Keynote Lecture 2
NET-fMRI of large-scale brain networks: mapping dynamic connectivity in epochs of synaptic and system consolidation

Speakers

Friday September 18, 2015 16:30 - 17:30 EEST
Akamas A-B-C-D

17:30 EEST

Poster Session B
Click the link to open a pdf file with all the posters scheduled for this session.


Friday September 18, 2015 17:30 - 19:30 EEST
Terrace

19:30 EEST

ESCOP Business Meeting
This meeting is for ESCOP society members. The agenda of the meeting includes:
1. Introduction from the President 
2. Honorary members announcement
3. Secretary’s report
4. Treasurer’s report
5. JCP Editor’s report

Friday September 18, 2015 19:30 - 20:30 EEST
Lara A-B
 
Saturday, September 19
 

09:00 EEST

A fight against forgetting from working memory: refreshing and removal

09:00

Refreshing memory traces in the TBRS model | P. Barrouillet, V. Camos

09:20

Directing attention to and away from working memory contents: Controlling refreshing  in visual working memory | A. Souza, K. Oberauer

09:40

Exploring the process of refreshing through the probe-span task: Evidence against common conceptions of refreshing? | E. Vergauwe, N. Cowan

10:00

Working memory updating  requires  active item-wise removal | U. Ecker, K. Oberauer, S. Lewandowsky

10:20

Mind the post-distractor interval: Testing TBRS and SOB predictions | E. Davelaar, D. Sutherland

10:40

Discussion | N.Cowan


Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas A

09:00 EEST

Bridging cognitive psychology and artificial intelligence

09:00

When creativity research meets artificial intelligence | A. Jordanous

09:20

Towards which intelligence? Cognition as design key for building artificial intelligent systems A. Lieto

09:40

IBM Watson and cognitive computing | M.Gemander

10:00

Knowledge structure and activation in story comprehension | I. Diakidoy, A. Kakas,  L. Michael

10:20

Discussion: AI Meets Psychology for Automated Cognitive Systems


Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas C

09:00 EEST

Circadian influences on human cognition: a multidisciplinary approach from cognitive neuroscience and chronobiology

09:00

Inter-individual differences in sleep-wake regulation: impact on attention-related cerebral correlates | C. Schmidt, M. Maire, C. Reichert,  P. Peigneux, F. Collette, C. Cajochen

09:20

Sleep-wake and time of day dependent modulations  of working memory C. Reichert,  M. Maire, C. Cajochen, C. Schmidt

09:40

Human chronobiology: Circadian  photoreception, the clock and alertness | T. Woelders

10:00

Effects of light upon vigilance and simulated  driving tasks | B. Rodriguez Morilla, J.A. Madrid Pérez, E. Molina Martín, A. Correa

10:20

Neurobehavioural markers of fluctuations in vigilance and executive  control associated with circadian  factors | A. Correa, A. Barba,  T. Lara, F. Padilla

10:40

Discussion

Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Amoroza D

09:00 EEST

Cognitive plasticity: evidence for behavioral and neural changes after intensive cognitive training

09:00

Training Procedural Working Memory | N. Meiran, M. Pereg, N. Shahar

09:20

On neural changes and behavioral  transfer  effects after dual-n-back training: An fMRI study | T. Schubert, T. Salminen,  T. Strobach, S. Kuehn

09:40

How effective is executive control training? Meta-analytic  findings from younger and older adults | J. Karbach, S. Jain, P. Verhaeghen

10:00

Meta-analysis of the Impact of Playing Action Video Games on Cognition | B. Bediou,  D.M. Adams, R.R. Mayer, C.S. Green,  D. Bavelier

10:20

Intraindividual variability in cognitive training data | T. Könen,  F. Schmiedek

10:40

Improved dual-task performance after practice  due to efficient task instantiation  | T. Strobach, T. Schubert


Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Amoroza B-C

09:00 EEST

How cognition supports social interaction: From joint action to dialogue

09:00

Partial representation of a co-actor's task during joint action planning: Evidence  from EEG studies | D. Kourtis 

09:20

Perception-action links from a group perspective | N. Sebanz, V. Ramenzoni, G. Knoblich 

09:40

Modulations of action performance to communicate to a joint action partner | C. Vesper 

10:00

Gesture, gaze  and the body in the coordination  of turns in conversation | J. Holler, K.H. Kendrick

10:20

Listening between the lines: Theory of Mind network drives neural motor activity during indirect request processing | S. Rueschemeyer, M. van Ackeren

10:40

Discussion

 


Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas D

09:00 EEST

How is serial order coded in working memory?

09:00

The mental whiteboard hypothesis on serial order coding in working memory J. van Dijck, E. Abrahamse, S. Majerus, W. Fias

09:20

As my mother used to say: “There can be consequences when playing with SPoARC(s)!” A. Guida

09:40

The link between spatial attention and serial order in verbal working memory

S. Antoine, M. Ranzini, W. Gevers

10:00

A Hebb learning approach to developmental differences in language acquisition  performance A. Szmalec, E. Smalle, W. Duyck, M. Edwards, M. Page, L. Bogaerts

10:20

The link between numerical codes and serial position codes in working memory S. Majerus, K. Oberauer

10:40

Discussion  | E. Service


Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Akamas B

09:00 EEST

Relationship between attentional set and task-set

09:00

Attention as a task-set parameter, and “attentional inertia” as a source of performance costs  | A. Lavric, S. Monsell, C.S. Longman, H. Elchlepp

09:20

Feature-based and object-based control of visual search | M. Eimer

09:40

If it ain't broke, don't fix it: Task-set components are re-used across different tasks D. Rangelov, H. Müller

10:00

Decomposing task set: Exploring cognitive control in attention and perception-action mapping  using task switching| I. Koch, M. Kreutzfeldt, V. Lawo, D. Stephan

10:20

Distractor templates in visual search: When they facilitate attentional  selection  and when they do not | T. Töllner

10:40

Discussion


Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Lara A-B

09:00 EEST

Unconscious influences on goal-directed cognition

09:00

Unconscious processes and incubation  effects in creative  problem solving | G. Georgiou,  K. Gilhooly

09:20

When distraction  helps: Facilitating insight through concurrent articulation and irrelevant speech

L. Ball, D. Litchfield, J. Marsh

09:40

Costs  and benefits  of distraction  for insight problem solving: The role of problem modality

J. Marsh, E. Threadgold, L. Ball

10:00

A comparison of true and false memory priming in analogical  reasoning | E. Threadgold, M. Howe, S. Garner

10:20

The unconscious influence of repressive coping on mental and physical health | J. Erskine, G. Georgiou, L. Kvavilashvili

10:40

Discussion:  Unconscious influences on goal-directed cognition | K. Gilhooly


Saturday September 19, 2015 09:00 - 11:00 EEST
Amoroza A

11:00 EEST

Coffee break
Saturday September 19, 2015 11:00 - 11:30 EEST
Lobby

11:30 EEST

Attention I

11:30

Attention orienting in assimilation and accommodation modes | C. Hellweg, W. Greve, C. Bermeitinger

11:50

Reward  Shapes Attention | J. Theeuwes

12:10

Numerical blink – Distance  matters | S. Naparstek, M. Salti, Y. Kessler,  A. Henik

12:30

Stimulus-driven attentional  capture without awareness | T. Schoeberl, U. Ansorge

12:50

The structure of distractor-response bindings - or what is a feature in feature-binding? B. Moeller, R. Pfister, C. Frings


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas A

11:30 EEST

Cognitive ageing / Dementia

11:30

Cognitive mechanisms and neural correlates of confabulation:  evidence from classical amnesia and Alzheimer’s disease | V. La Corte, B. Dubois, G. Dalla Barba

11:50

The type of concurrent task matters in dual task performance in healthy ageing and Huntington's disease | E.Vaportzis, N. Georgiou-Karistianis, A. Churchyard, J. Stout

12:10

Genetic association analyses of personality  and cognitive performance in older adults | E. Kotyuk, J. Duchek, D. Head,  A. Szekely,  A. Goate,  D. Balota

12:30

Mechanical  problem solving in Alzheimer’s disease and semantic dementia | M. Lesourd,  D. Le Gall, J. Baumard, C. Jarry, F. Osiurak

12:50

Measuring  the approximate number system in ageing: Methodological  variations yield different results | J. Norris, J. Castronovo


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Amoroza B-C

11:30 EEST

Cognitive control I

11:30

Conflict management: Reactive withdrawal from conflict | D. Dignath, A. Kiesel, A. Eder

11:50

The neural bases of proactive  and reactive  control processes in normal aging F. Collette, M. Manard,  S. François, E. Salmon

12:10

Positive and negative mind-wandering relate differently to executive  control processes D. Marcusson-Clavertz, E. Cardeña

12:30

Is eye contact facilitating of interfering with cognitive processing? J.K. Hietanen,  A. Myllyneva, T.M. Helminen, P. Lyyra

12:50

Effects of losing and winning on approach motivation and decision-making F. Verbruggen, C. Chambers, N. Lawrence, I. McLaren


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas D

11:30 EEST

Dyslexia / Phonological processing

11:30

Prefixes repel stress in reading aloud: Evidence from dyslexia | M. Ktori, J. Tree, B. Mousikou, M. Coltheart, K. Rastle

11:50

Predictors for academic success and drop-out for students with dyslexia in higher education M. Callens, M. Stevens, M. Brysbaert

12:10

Revisiting the "temporal processing deficit" hypothesis in dyslexia | L. Casini, C. Pech, J. Ziegler

12:30

Morphological priming in visual word recognition in dyslexic readers | S. Casalis,  P. Quemart

12:50

Neurobiological  and behavioral  evidence for a serial attentional  mechanism in the phonological decoding processing | V. Montani, D. Basso, M. Ruffino, M. Zorzi, A. Facoetti


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Amoroza A

11:30 EEST

Language III

11:30

The effects of age,  multilngualism, and education on L1 vocabulary  size: Results  of a massive online experiment | E. Keuleers, P. Mandera, M. Stevens, M. Brysbaert

11:50

Electrophysiological correlates of novel metaphor processing in a semantic decision  and a reading  task: N400 and LPC | K. Rataj, A. Przekoracka-Krawczyk, R. van der Lubbe

12:10

Neighing, barking, and drumming horses - object related  sounds help and hinder picture naming | A. Mädebach, S. Wöhner, M. Kieseler, J.D. Jescheniak

12:30

Is lexical integration really a matter of time? A Hebb learning approach | E. Smalle,  W. Duyck, M. Page, M. Edwards, A. Szmalec

12:50

The effect of learning to read on the neural systems for vision and language: A longitudinal approach with illiterate participants | F. Huettig, U. Kumar, R. Mishra, V. Tripathi, A. Guleria, J.P. Singh, F. Eisner


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas C

11:30 EEST

Learning

11:30

Focusing on goal relevance – is it crucial for artificial grammar learning? A. Popławska, R. Sterczyński, M. Roczniewska

11:50

Single vs. dual process theories of contingency learning: Is the evidence of dissociations between measures conclusive? | F. Blanco, I. Yarritu, M. Vadillo, H. Matute

12:10

Studying implicit learning across multiple test sessions in a web-based experiment W. Sævland, E. Norman

12:30

Effects of task representation on learning and behaviour | W. Alexander

12:50

Measuring  strategic control in implicit learning: Methodological  and theoretical  considerations E. Norman,  M. Price


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Amoroza D

11:30 EEST

Numerical cognition II

11:30

Relative vs. absolute size: the automatic  processing of non-symbolic fractions A. Kallai, A. Henik

11:50

The Role of Coding Strategies on the Modulation of Spatial-Numerical Associations by Working Memory Load | O. Lindemann

12:10

Uncovering numerical ordinal processing | D. Sury, O. Rubinsten

12:30

Mental addition involves shifting attention rightward on a spatial continuum: Evidence  from a patient with right unilateral neglect | N. Masson, M. Pesenti, F. Coyette, M. Andres,  V. Dormal

12:50

Benchmark-based strategies in number line estimation | K. Luwel, D. Peeters, L. Verschaffel


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Akamas B

11:30 EEST

Visual word recognition

11:30

Beyond the initial 140 ms, lexical decision  and reading  aloud are different tasks:  An ERP study with topographic analysis | G. Mahé, P. Zesiger,  M. Laganaro

11:50

Getting to the bottom of orthographic depth: Lexical involvement for words with complex and unpredictable sublexical correspondences | X. Schmalz, E. Beyersmann, E. Cavalli, E. Marinus

12:10

Transposed letter effects in the absence of basewords | M. Taft

12:30

Morphological effects on pronunciation | B. Mousikou, P. Strycharczuk, A. Turk, K. Rastle,  J. Scobbie

12:50

Letter string perception is influenced by regularities  in the script| F. Chetail


Saturday September 19, 2015 11:30 - 13:10 EEST
Lara A-B

13:10 EEST

Lunch break
Saturday September 19, 2015 13:10 - 14:20 EEST
TBA

14:20 EEST

Action / Perception

14:20

The predictive chameleon: Evidence  for anticipated action | O. Genschow, M. Brass

14:40

Does recent action execution experience benefit action imagery? | M. Rieger

15:00

Large pupils predict goal-driven eye movements | S. Mathôt, A. Siebold, M. Donk, F. Vitu

15:20

Measuring  task set preparation versus mind wandering  using pupillometry | K. Hutchison,  K. Hart, C. Moffitt, F. Marchak

 

15:40

Dissociated representations of deceptive action intentions and movement  kinematics in the observer’s motor system | A. Finisguerra, L. Amoruso, M. Stergios, C. Urgesi


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas C

14:20 EEST

Attention II

14:20

Construction of a scale  designed to evaluate attention deficits at work C. Couffe, G. Michael

14:40

The task shapes the mind: Can divergent thinking broaden your attention? M.K. Wronska, A. Kolańczyk

15:00

The strength  of spatial orienting of attention is mediated by implicit learning M. Bonato,  L. Matteo, S. Pegoraro, G. Pourtois

15:20

The handle-to-hand correspondence effect: evidence of a location coding account |A. Pellicano, L. Lugli, S. Rubichi, C. Iani, R. Nicoletti

15:40

Top-down inhibition of return | A. Vivas, A. Castillo, L. Fuentes


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas A

14:20 EEST

Bilingualism III

14:20

Debiasing  the illusion of causality: The foreign-language effect improves accuracy in the detection  of null contingency | M. Díaz-Lago, H. Matute

14:40

The role of accent in the organization  of the mental lexicon | C. Romero-Rivas, A. Costa

15:00

Does the magnitude of semantic priming differ for monolingual and bilinguals? Evidence  from adult Russian-English speakers | E. Volkovyskaya, I. Raman, B. Baluch

15:20

The time course of structural  resilience  across languages: The case of on-line translation R.M. Maier

15:40

Language switching – but not foreign language use per se – reduces the framing effect Y. Oganian, C. Korn, H.R. Heekeren


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Amoroza A

14:20 EEST

Cognitive control II

14:20

Self-organized versus externally controlled multiple cognitive task requirements A. Kiesel, D. Dignath

14:40

Priority shifts in dual-task control - response scheduling strategies in cross-modal action A. Pieczykolan, L. Huestegge

15:00

Individual differences in response control tasks understood through competitive accumulation models | P. Sumner, C. Hedge,  G. Powell, A. Bompas

15:20

Demands on executive  functioning can differ among monolinguals: Switch cost profiles in balanced vs. unbalanced bidialectal speakers N. Kirk, V. Kempe, K. Scott-Brown,  A. Philipp, M. Declerck

15:40

Selective  tuning of cognitive control brain areas during instructed task preparation C. González-García, A.F. Palenciano, J.E. Arco, M. Ruz


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas D

14:20 EEST

Emotion I

14:20

Evaluative priming reveals dissociable effects of cognitive vs. physiological anxiety on action monitoring | L. De Saedeleer

14:40

Attentional bias toward threat: The role of exposure time and fear-relevance of the stimuli | M. Ziessler

15:00

Shocking  actions: Motivational consequences of anticipated electric shocks | A. Eder, D. Dignath, T. Erle

15:20

The role of emotion in processing and acquisition of abstract concepts | M. Ponari, G. Vigliocco, C. Norbury

15:40

Intentional control and attentional/working memory resources in evaluative conditioning | R. Balas, B. Gawronski,  J. Sweklej


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Lara A-B

14:20 EEST

Neuropsychology

14:20

Speed of Processing: Speed or processing? | T. Papadopoulos, G. Georgiou, C. Deng, J.P. Das

14:40

Deficits in social information processing in children with Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1) reflect problems  with inductive reasoning | G. Michael, C. Madelaine, L. Lion-François

15:00

Computerized progressive attention training (CPAT) improves cognitive and academic functioning in adults with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder  (ADHD) | T. Kolodny, L. Shalev, P. Stern,  O. Azulai, B. Styr

15:20

Influence of anxiety on working memory and episodic  memory in stroke patients without severe cognitive deficits A. Grosdemange, V. Monfort, A. Toniolo, S. Richard, X. Ducrocq, L. Hugueville, B. Bolmont

15:40

Attention processes underlying a brain computer interface task are influenced by amyotrophic  lateral sclerosis A. Riccio, F. Schettini, L. Simione, A. Pizzimenti, M. Inghilleri, M. Olivetti Belardinelli, D. Mattia, F. Cincotti


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Amoroza B-C

14:20 EEST

Reasoning

14:20

The hazard fallacy | S. Los, W. Kruijne, M. Meeter

14:40

Effects and aftereffects of rule violations | R. Wirth, R. Pfister, A. Foerster, W. Kunde

15:00

Counterfactual and semifactual alternatives in moral judgments about failed attempts to harm M. Parkinson,  R. Byrne

15:20

Second-order false-belief: a modal analysis | T. Braüner,  P. Blackburn,  I. Polyanskaya

15:40

Semantic Search in the Remote  Associates Test | E. Davelaar


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Amoroza D

14:20 EEST

Working memory II

14:20

Cognitive load does  not facilitate the emergence of structure during iterated  pattern  reproduction | V. Kempe, N. Gauvrit, R. Armit

14:40

Retroactive dual-task interference in memorizing and responding to visual targets:  Data and theory | M. Nieuwenstein, N. Broers, S. Scholz

15:00

Can the relationship between working memory and affect be moderated by reinforcement sensitivity? | B. Rebernjak, A. Vranic, I. Tomić, M. Tonkovic

15:20

Searching for the source of the action advantage in following instructions: Evidence for a temporary motor store within working memory? | A. Jaroslawska, S. Gathercole, J. Holmes

15:40

The impact of crossmodal correspondences on working memory performance | R. Brunetti, A. Indraccolo,  S. Mastroberardino, V. Santangelo


Saturday September 19, 2015 14:20 - 16:00 EEST
Akamas B

16:00 EEST

Coffee break
Saturday September 19, 2015 16:00 - 16:30 EEST
Lobby

16:30 EEST

Keynote Lecture 3 – The Bertelson Award
Perception of symmetry: behavioural and neural mechanisms

Speakers

Saturday September 19, 2015 16:30 - 17:30 EEST
Akamas A-B-C-D

17:30 EEST

Poster Session C
Click the link to open a pdf file with all the posters scheduled for this session.


Saturday September 19, 2015 17:30 - 19:30 EEST
Terrace

20:15 EEST

Conference Dinner
The conference dinner is included in the registration fee of participants who have signed up using the"Full Fee" option. If you did, look for the specific voucher in your conference bag and bring it along with you at the dinner. If you haven't registered with the full fee and you are still interested in joining, please inquire at the registration desk. The dinner will take place at the Aphrodite Hills Resort and wil include a buffet with several meat and vegetarian options as well as a show of traditional music and dancing. Buses will be used to transfer people to and from the dinner (about 25 mins driving outside Paphos). **

Saturday September 19, 2015 20:15 - 23:00 EEST
TBA
 
Sunday, September 20
 

09:00 EEST

Current trends in associative learning

09:00

Words Suffice - Exploring instructed stimulus-response associations C. Pfeuffer, K. Moutsopoulou, F. Waszak, A. Kiesel

09:20

Automatically acquired stimulus-response associations and the lifespan of their component processes | K. Moutsopoulou, A. Kiesel, C. Pfeuffer, F. Waszak

09:40

Retrieval of bindings between task-irrelevant stimuli and responses can facilitate behaviour  under conditions  of high response certainty | A. Horner

10:00

Instruction-based formation of associations: How far can we go? | B. Liefooghe

10:20

The neural signature of encoding  and implementing instructed novel and reversed stimulus-response associations | H. Ruge, U. Wolfensteller


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Akamas C

09:00 EEST

Executive control in affective contexts: evidence from healthy, clinical and paediatric populations

09:00

Affective working memory capacity  in healthy individuals and those  suffering from psychopathology | S. Schweizer, T. Dalgleish

09:20

How may cognitive control training increase resilience in psychopathology? | N. Derakhshan

09:40

Stress reactivity is positively associated with encoding  speed and recognition memory in typical 12-month old infants | S. Wass, K. de Barbaro, K. Clackson

10:00

The Effect of Processing Type on the Interaction between Emotion and Executive Control |N. Moyal, N. Cohen,  L. Lichtenstein-Vidne, A. Henik

10:20

Discussion


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Akamas B

09:00 EEST

How emotion and motivation influence cognitive control

09:00

Go with the flow: How the consideration of joy versus pride influences automaticity  | M. Katzir, B. Ori, T. Eyal, N. Meiran

09:20

Conflict adaptation in positive and negative mood: Comparing  the effects of different mood inductions | S. Schuch, J. Zweerings, P. Cichecki, I. Koch

09:40

The Effect of Positive Affect on Conflict Control: Modulated  by Approach  Motivational Intensity Z. Wang,  Y. Liu

10:00

Considerations in the investigation  of positive emotion and reward influences on cognitive control | K. Chiew, T. Braver

10:20

How sequential changes in reward magnitude modulate  cognitive flexibility: Evidence  from voluntary task switching | K. Fröber, G. Dreisbach


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Amoroza A

09:00 EEST

Modulating the social brain via transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)

09:00

Reducing prejudice  through brain stimulation R. Sellaro, B. Derks, M. Nitsche,  B. Hommel, W. van den Wildenberg, K. van Dam, L. Colzato

09:20

The medial frontal cortex mediates self-other discrimination in the Joint Simon task: a tDCS study R. Liepelt, B. Klempova, T. Dolk, L.S. Colzato, P. Ragert,  M. Nitsche,  B. Hommel

09:40

Modulatory effects of transcranial direct stimulation on utilitarian responses to moral dilemmas P. Riva, A. Manfrinati, S. Sacchi, L.J. Romero Lauro

10:00

The involvement of medial prefrontal cortex in fairness evaluation: Evidence  from fMRI and tDCS studies | C. Civai, C. Miniussi, R.I. Rumiati

10:20

A tDCS study on imitation inhibition and implicit theory of mind | L. Bardi, E. Cracco, M. Brass


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Amoroza B-C

09:00 EEST

Social antecedents and consequences of action control

09:00

Socio-motor  action control | W. Kunde,  R. Pfister, O. Herbort

09:20

Identity and space: How people distinguish between own and others’ actions  depends on social context | A. van der Weiden, R. Liepelt

09:40

Sense of Agency in Joint Action | G. Knoblich

10:00

An Event-Based Account of Conformity | D. Kim, B. Hommel

10:20

Affective matching  of odors and facial expressions in infants: Shifting patterns between 3 and 7 months | O. Godard, K. Durand, B. Schaal, J. Baudouin


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Lara A-B

09:00 EEST

The cognitive effects of bilingualism

09:00

On the cross-talk between language and executive  control in bilinguals M. Calabria, G. Cattaneo, A. Costa

09:20

Examining the effects of active versus inactive bilingualism on executive  control in a carefully matched non-immigrant sample | A. de Bruin, T.H. Bak, S. Della Sala

09:40

How does bilingualism shape non-linguistic cognitive abilities across lifespan? J.A. Duñabeitia, M. Carreiras

10:00

A neuroimaging perspective on the interaction between language switching skills and cognitive control in bilingual populations | E. Struys,  M. van den Noort

10:20

Cognition throughout  the lifespan: Power of the bilingual experience | E. Woumans, W. Duyck


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Akamas D

09:00 EEST

The role of long-term memory in working memory

09:00

Long-term representations do not moderate the effect of attentional  refreshing  on working memory | V. Camos, G. Mora, V. Loaiza

09:20

Roles of long-term knowledge and spatial rehearsal in the visuo-spatial bootstrapping paradigm C. Morey, V. Pratuseviciute, J. Lelonkiewicz, L. Robson, S. Darling

 

09:40

Three questions to ask about the relation between working memory and long-term memory, and three methods to answer them | K. Oberauer,  E. Awh, S. Lewandowsky

10:00

Morphological knowledge and rehearsal in complex span | E. Service, S. Maury

10:20

The role of procedural long-term memory in encoding  and updating  working memory contents A. Vandierendonck


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Akamas A

09:00 EEST

The role of stress in visual word recognition and reading aloud

09:00

When orthography is not enough.  The effect of lexical stress in lexical decision L. Colombo, S. Sulpizio

09:20

Stress is not underspecified: Evidence  from fragment  priming in Greek A. Andrikopoulou, A. Protopapas, A. Arvaniti

 

09:40

Processing of stress diacritics on visual word recognition in skilled Greek readers A. Kyparissiadis, N. Pitchford, T. Ledgeway, W. van Heuven

10:00

The role of stress position in bilingual word recognition: Cognate processing in Turkish and Dutch A. Muntendam, R. van Rijswijk, T. Dijkstra

10:20

On-line use of subphonemic cues  for lexical stress in L1 and L2 word recognition  A. Post da Silveira, T. Dijkstra

 


Sunday September 20, 2015 09:00 - 10:40 EEST
Amoroza D

10:40 EEST

Coffee break
Sunday September 20, 2015 10:40 - 11:00 EEST
Lobby

11:00 EEST

Attention and objects

11:00

The emergence of space: Vision selects objects, not locations | B. Macken, A. Nikolova

11:20

Adaptation  to Change in Memory-Guided  Visual Search: Contextual Learning of Object Identity and Spatial Configuration | M. Conci, M. Zellin, H. Müller

11:40

Forget me if you can: Attentional capture by to-be-remembered and to-be-forgotten visualstimuli | E.Sasin, M. Nieuwenstein


Sunday September 20, 2015 11:00 - 12:00 EEST
Lara A-B

11:00 EEST

Emotion II

11:00

Going through the emotions  on the space-time continuum | N. Thomas, M. Takarangi

11:20

Embodiment, transcendence and empathy:  effects of Yoga and Mindfulness  practice  on emotion recognition | C. Urgesi, D. Dorjee, P.E. Downing

11:40

Impact of anger  and happiness on the attentional  networks F. Techer, G. Michael, M. Vurpas, Y. Pierson, A. Fort, C. Jallais


Sunday September 20, 2015 11:00 - 12:00 EEST
Amoroza B-C

11:00 EEST

Face processing

11:00

Face  processing under cognitive load | L. Ahmed, E. Cox, S. Anderson,  Y. Ueda,  J. Saiki

11:20

Dorsal Stream Contribution to the Configural Processing of Faces V. Zachariou, Z. Safiullah, L. Ungerleider

11:40

The Role of Perceptual Load in Processing Distractor fearful faces in Social Anxiety M. Theodorou, N. Kostantinou, G. Panayiotou, S.Vrana, F. Nicolaou, G. Moloney, D. Berry

 


Sunday September 20, 2015 11:00 - 12:00 EEST
Amoroza A

11:00 EEST

Memory and Categorization

11:00

Role of attention in enhancement of emotional memory: short- and long-delay retrieval H. Chainay,  A. Sava, Z. Bouazza, C. Joubert, G. Plancher

11:20

A short nap promotes implicit and explicit memory performance in tactile search L. Assumpcao, Z. Shi, X. Zang, M. McAssey, S. Gais, H.J. Müller, T. Geyer

11:40

Feature position and head  saliency but not labels facilitate categorisation in adults J. Batinić, B. Lalić, L. Taxitari, V. Kovic


Sunday September 20, 2015 11:00 - 12:00 EEST
Amoroza D

12:00 EEST

Keynote Lecture 4
Speakers

Sunday September 20, 2015 12:00 - 13:00 EEST
Akamas A-B-C-D

13:00 EEST

Conference Closing
Sunday September 20, 2015 13:00 - 13:30 EEST
TBA