Tuesday Morning Posters, Banyan Breezeway

Poster Session: Tuesday, May 21, 2024, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, Banyan Breezeway

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Poster Title 

First Author

Session

1.

‘Attentional transplants’ cause recipients to like images similarly to donors: Evidence for inter-observer commonalities in how attention drives preferences

Nguyen, Hong B

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

2.

‘Object interaction fields’: Evidence for spontaneous agentive inferences about object-object interactions in visual processing

Shah, Aalap

Action: Representation

3.

A Process Model of Ensemble Coding within Working Memory

Zepp, Jacob

Visual Memory: Working memory and behavior, models

4.

Assessing individual differences in chunking strategy in visual working memory

Lin, Yin-ting

Visual Memory: Working memory and behavior, models

5.

Attractive and Repulsive Biases in a Framework of Concept Generalization

DeStefano, Isabella

Visual Memory: Working memory and behavior, models

6.

Average Temperature from Visual Scene Ensembles Without Reliance on Color, Contrast or Low Spatial Frequencies

Tharmaratnam, Vignash

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

7.

Chunking in Visual Working Memory changes the Guidance of Attention in a Visual Search

Doyle, Logan

Visual Memory: Working memory and attention

8.

Coarse Stereopsis and Eye Alignment in Strabismus

Asare, Akosua Kesewah

Binocular Vision: Clinical

9.

Comparing auditory and visual category learning

Roark, Casey L.

Plasticity and Learning: Properties

10.

Comparing Neural Correlates of Foveally and Peripherally Encoded Memories

Kandemir, Güven

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

11.

Contextual cueing in change detection tasks

Turner, Courtney

Visual Memory: Working memory and attention

12.

Criterion changes might influence the comparison procedure in Maximum Likelihood Difference Scaling (MLDS)

Shi, Yangyi

Color, Light and Materials: Lightness, brightness

13.

Differences in bi-stable perception across three paradigms in people with schizophrenia

Killebrew, Kyle W.

Binocular Vision: Clinical

14.

Do ensemble representations guide visual attention in a visual search task?

Knox, Kristina

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

15.

Do People Pick Up Variables that Reflect Object Height Relative to Actor Height When Perceiving Others’ Maximum Vertical One Degree-of-Freedom Reach Heights?

Garcia, Nicholas A.

Action: Representation

16.

Does sensory recruitment support guidance of attention by visual working memory?

Niu, Zexuan

Visual Memory: Working memory and attention

17.

Dynamical neural model of lightness computation and perceptual fading of retinally stabilized images

Rudd, Michael

Color, Light and Materials: Lightness, brightness

18.

Effective distribution of VWM resources does not depend on VWM capacity.

Ransom, Lyric R.

Visual Memory: Working memory and behavior, models

19.

Encoding modelling for working memory research: Pattern similarity, representational geometry, and model comparison

Christophel, Thomas B.

Visual Memory: Working memory and behavior, models

20.

Evaluating the Role of Edge-to-Surface Reconstruction as a Unifying Explanation for Simple to Complex Lightness Illusions

Saha, Srijani

Color, Light and Materials: Lightness, brightness

21.

Examining the relationship between a simulated glaucoma impairment and postural threat on quiet stance

Lavalle, Lisa K.

Binocular Vision: Clinical

22.

Exposure-based Learning Improved Orientation Discrimination Under Visual Crowding

Chen, Yanru

Plasticity and Learning: Properties

23.

Face detection sensitivity follows the spatial distribution of experienced face locations

Greene, Michelle

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

24.

Fast-tracking improvements of metacognitive assessments of visual working memory

Yabuki, Hana

Visual Memory: Working memory and attention

25.

Goal uncertainty biases memory for observed actions

McDougle, Samuel

Action: Representation

26.

Head-gaze related influences on heterophorias revealed by an HMD-based cover test

Ferracini, Federico

Binocular Vision: Clinical

27.

Heterochromatic brightness changes between monitors

Zhang, Yuan

Color, Light and Materials: Lightness, brightness

28.

Implicit prioritization of information in visual working memory?

Jungerius, Chris

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

29.

Influence of invisible images on reaction speed in a working memory task

Liu, Siyun

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

30.

Integrative processing in deep neural networks and human visual cortex predicts the beauty of natural scenes

Nara, Sanjeev

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

31.

Inter-individual dependency in visual cognition: Observers adjust perceptual decisions based on others’ perception

Bae, Gi-Yeul

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

32.

Interocular contrast suppression partially accounts for impaired stereopsis in the central visual field of individuals with and without amblyopia

Verghese, Preeti

Binocular Vision: Clinical

33.

Lateralized representations of cause and effect in action observation

Wurm, Moritz

Action: Representation

34.

Learning Relational Categories through Guided Comparisons

Lee, Andrew Jun

Plasticity and Learning: Properties

35.

Learning to Ensemble? Repeated exposure leads to more efficient processing of summary statistics for weight and real-world size

Gillies, Greer

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

36.

Leveraging Vision and Language Generative Models to Understand the Visual Cortex

Luo, Andrew

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

37.

Lightness Illusions Through AI Eyes: Assessing ConvNet and ViT Concordance with Human Perception

Patel, Jaykishan

Color, Light and Materials: Lightness, brightness

38.

Modeling retinotopic maps in amblyopia reveals cortical reorganization across the visual hierarchy

Szinte, Martin

Binocular Vision: Clinical

39.

Modelling the representation of visual ensembles in the human brain

Elosegi, Patxi

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

40.

Multiplicative effect of task-irrelevant feature variability on variability judgments

Kim, Suyeon

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

41.

Perceptual Context Boundaries Create Separate Events in Visual Working Memory

Zhao, Yuanxiu

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

42.

Phantom Memories: Enhancing Memory Through Competition With Imaginary Items

Brady, Timothy

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

43.

Predictive processes of object-scene integration support attentional and memory mechanisms in healthy and pathological cognitive ageing

Allegretti, Elena

Visual Memory: Working memory and attention

44.

Recall requirements can drastically modulate working memory representations in human visual cortex

Martinatti Giorjiani, Giuliana

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

45.

Recent stimulus history impacts the speed of response for a new stimulus

Chen, Kuo-Wei

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

46.

Representational organization of dynamic and static visual features in the human brain

Karimi, Hamed

Action: Representation

47.

Robust Differences in Time-to-Contact Estimation in Response to a Postural Manipulation

Joerges, Bjoern

Action: Representation

48.

Self-initiating stimulus in Short Term Memory: differential effects of temporal prediction and motor control

Loyola Navarro, Rocio

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

49.

Sensorimotor beta enhancement, not mu suppression, differentiates emotional vs. affectively-neutral content

Harris, Alison M.

Action: Representation

50.

Serial dependence as a mechanism involved in slow change blindness

Frey, Haley G.

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

51.

Similar visual comfort ratings for natural textures and disease imagery by trypophobic and non-trypophobic individuals

DiMattina, Christopher

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

52.

Testing parabolic brightness matching functions across four contrast polarity conditions

Kavcar, Osman B.

Color, Light and Materials: Lightness, brightness

53.

The contrast dependency of the Munker-White illusion

Schulte, Conrad

Color, Light and Materials: Lightness, brightness

54.

The dynamics underlying the representation of observed actions at different taxonomic levels

Zhuang, Tonghe

Action: Representation

55.

The neural dynamics of natural action understanding

Dima, Diana C

Action: Representation

56.

The relationship of lightness illusions uncovered by individual differences and its advantage in model evaluation

Kobayashi, Yuki

Color, Light and Materials: Lightness, brightness

57.

The visibility of Eidolon distortions in things and stuff

Mahncke, Swantje

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

58.

Training at-home on a dichoptic reading application improves visual function in adults with amblyopia

Dranitsaris, Nicole A.

Binocular Vision: Clinical

59.

Training in a crowding task and possible transfer effects to eccentric visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, word recognition and reading

von Perponcher, Elena

Plasticity and Learning: Properties

60.

Unfolding Serial Dependence Across Perception and Working Memory Processes

Park, Hyung-Bum

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval

61.

Visual adaptation is more pronounced at the horizontal than vertical meridian

Lee, Hsing-Hao

Plasticity and Learning: Properties

62.

Visual exploration goes down with higher working memory load, while more saccades negatively impact recall

Rawal, Amit

Visual Memory: Working memory and attention

63.

Visual field map size predicts spatial working memory performance

Tardiff, Nathan

Visual Memory: Working memory and behavior, models

64.

What Makes up the Gist of Abnormality in Mammograms?

Evans, Karla

Scene Perception: Ensembles, natural image statistics

65.

When does object familiarity lead to a task advantage?

DAS, JHILIK

Plasticity and Learning: Properties

66.

Working memory errors from distraction are not influenced by sensory noise at encoding

Kular, Holly

Visual Memory: Working memory and encoding, retrieval