Sunday Afternoon Posters, Banyan Breezeway

Poster Session: Sunday, May 21, 2023, 2:45 – 6:45 pm, Banyan Breezeway

Abstract# 

Poster Title

First Author

Session

36.301

The HEALthy Brain and Child Development (HBCD) Study: Relevance to the Vision Sciences Community

Scott, Lisa S.

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.302

ASSESSING THE RELIABILITY OF ERP, SSVEP, AND OSCILLATORY DATA METHODOLOGY FOR VISUAL PARADIGMS IN INFANT EEG

Boylan, Maeve R.

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.303

Brain Responses to Symmetry during Early Infancy

Kohler, Peter J.

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.304

Neural mechanisms of surface feature label learning in early childhood

McCraw, Alexis

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.305

Strobe-rearing preserves motion selectivity but disrupts direction selectivity in macaque area MT

Sharma, Saloni

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.307

Youth is not wasted on the young: Late-in-life sight restoration in congenitally blind children leads to the emergence of some visual constructional skills but not others

Gilad-Gutnick, Sharon

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.308

Experience is required to develop visual-nonvisual multisensory integration capabilities

Stein, Barry

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.309

The building blocks of vision: evidence for a hierarchical, retinotopic organization in the human neonate brain

Arcaro, Michael

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.310

Development of Peak Alpha Frequency During Infancy

Elhamiasl, Mina

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.311

Phonemic Discrimination and Eye Movements in Infants

Kay, Shir

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.312

Perspective matters: the role of scene point of view on infants’ looking strategies

Nelson, Christian

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.313

The Distribution of Gaze Positions of Human Infants in Natural Behavior

Candy, T Rowan

Development: Neural mechanisms and eye movements

36.314

Altered eye movements during reading under various types of visual field defects

Yu, Haojue

Eye Movements: Visual Impairment

36.315

Consistency of the PRL Across Vergence Demand as a Measure of Objective Fixation Disparity

Bowers, Norick R.

Eye Movements: Visual Impairment

36.316

Eye-tracking to quantify visual function in individuals with vision impairment: A systematic review

Nieboer, Ward

Eye Movements: Visual Impairment

36.317

Flicker Impairs Reading Speed: Impacts on the Visually Sensitive

Haigh, Sarah M

Eye Movements: Visual Impairment

36.318

Changes in eye condition using eye movement training application

Kang, Hyungoo

Eye Movements: Visual Impairment

36.319

Retinal Slip from Self Motion Modulates the Perceptibility of Jitter in World-Locked Augmented Reality

Lutwak, Hope

Motion: Local, in depth

36.320

Frame induced position shifts extend outside the frame in space but not in time

't Hart, B. Marius

Motion: Local, in depth

36.321

The effects of stimulus size and auditory input on speed perception

┼×entürk, Gözde

Motion: Local, in depth

36.322

Trajectory Estimation in Amblyopia

Lamlili El Mazoui Nadori, Ziad

Motion: Local, in depth

36.323

Effects of Local and Global Cues on Oculomotor and Perceived of Movement

Moon, Joonsik

Motion: Local, in depth

36.324

Correlation between perceived size and depth changes in the Dynamic Ebbinghaus illusion

Takao, Saki

Motion: Local, in depth

36.325

Height-in-Field Cues Affect Motion-in-Depth Speed Discrimination

Goutcher, Ross

Motion: Local, in depth

36.326

Single-trial fMRI decoding of 3D motion based on stereoscopic and perspective cues

Wen, Puti

Motion: Local, in depth

36.327

Introspective inference counteracts perceptual distortion

Mihali, Andra

Motion: Local, in depth

36.328

ZOOM: a robust and more accurate adaptive procedure to quantify perception

Audiffren, Julien

Motion: Local, in depth

36.329

The effect of tobacco use on performance in a structure-from-motion task among patients with psychotic psychopathology.

Killebrew, Kyle W.

Motion: Local, in depth

36.330

Inter-individual variations in internal noise correlate with visual attention but not with post-perceptual processes

Luzardo, Felipe

Attention: Individual differences

36.331

Autistic group differences in social attention are magnified by real-world perceptual and linguistic features

Haskins, Amanda J

Attention: Individual differences

36.332

Characterizing the consistency and malleability of sustained attention performance

Corriveau, Anna

Attention: Individual differences

36.333

Reliability of Individual Difference Measures of Target Enhancement and Distractor Suppression

Khodayari, Natalia

Attention: Individual differences

36.334

Stability of Individual Differences in Implicitly Guided Attention

Chen, Chen

Attention: Individual differences

36.335

Stable individual differences in gaze behavior reflect unique conceptual priority maps

Packard, Katherine

Attention: Individual differences

36.336

Filtering of visual distractors in schizophrenia: Diminished attentional control predicts behavioral deficits

Sponheim, Scott

Attention: Individual differences

36.337

Use of facial expressions to estimate level of attention while watching video lectures.

miao, Renjun

Attention: Individual differences

36.338

Can items in visual working memory be shielded from visual interference while in use?

Lout, Eva

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.339

Differently prioritized working memory items are differently protected from perceptual interference.

Jung, Koeun

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.342

Spontaneous detection of Visual Working Memory failures and subsequent performance recovery

Kozlova, Olga

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.343

The effect of masking on visual working memory pointer-system

Friedman, Shani

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.344

Verbal interference with visual working memory

Gui, Andreea-Maria

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.345

When can working memory consolidation be interrupted?

Carlos, Brandon

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.346

Working memory is robust to distractors but not sensory uncertainty

Kular, Holly

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.347

Neural encoding and dynamics of visual working memory during distraction

Degutis, Jonas Karolis

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.348

Inter-item competition during encoding and maintenance

Wennberg, Janna

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.349

Event Working Memory Selectively Impairs Dynamic Tracking

Gao, Qi

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.350

Naturalistic visual input during the working memory delay reduces microsaccades but increases recall error

Rawal, Amit

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.351

Working memory representations modulate the magnitude of the similarity-induced memory bias

Ünver, Nursima

Visual Working Memory: Interference

36.353

Investigating visual working memory capacity using a highly reliable change localization task

Adekoya, Temilade

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.354

The Effects of Physical Effort on Working Memory Encoding

Yang, Li

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.355

The Impact of Visual Working Memory Chunking on Visual Search

Doyle, Logan

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.356

Working Memory Precision Under Physical Effort

Azer, Lilian

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.357

Unimodal load selectively reduces recruitment of sensory cortices for working memory storage

Chopurian, Vivien

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.358

Focusing attention in long-term and working memory improves recall and guides perception

Gong, Dongyu

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.359

Univariate and multivariate load-dependent signals in human cortex

Adam, Kirsten

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.360

The role of theta and alpha oscillations in control of visual working memory-guided attention

Lu, Jiachen

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.361

Sustained Attention and Cue Prioritization in Visual Working Memory

Saltzmann, Stephanie

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.362

Attention to remembered items eliminates visual field biases

Sheremata, Summer

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.363

Visual working memory and perception share their spatial but not attentional resolution

Yörük, Harun

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.364

Learned Distractor Rejection Falls Prey to the Attentional White Bear

Prakash, Aditya

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.365

Memory guidance of attentional sampling, visual search, and working memory use during natural behaviour in virtual reality.

Draschkow, Dejan

Visual Working Memory: Attention, load and capacity

36.366

Falsifying the Bayesian confidence hypothesis

Xue, Kai

Perceptual Decision-Making: Confidence

36.367

Characterizing the metaperceptual function across the entire visual field

Shen, Angela

Perceptual Decision-Making: Confidence

36.368

Optimal metacognitive decision strategies in Signal Detection Theory

Peters, Megan

Perceptual Decision-Making: Confidence

36.369

Confidence Ratings Reflect Conscious but not Unconscious Perception

Caruso, Trevor

Perceptual Decision-Making: Confidence

36.370

Two distinct neural representations of confidence in categorization of a natural image

Cui, Xuan

Perceptual Decision-Making: Confidence

36.371

Why you should lack confidence in signal-detection-based analyses of confidence

Arnold, Derek

Perceptual Decision-Making: Confidence