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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
 
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
 
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
 
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