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Akamas A [clear filter]
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

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

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
 
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

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

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
 
Sunday, September 20
 

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
 
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