Wednesday Morning Posters, Banyan Breezeway and Pavilion

Poster Session: Wednesday, May 22, 2024, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, Banyan Breezeway and Pavilion

Poster Title

First Author

Session

Room

Nonlinear transformation from threshold to suprathreshold texture similarity judgments

Victor, Jonathan

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Picture a Scientist: Classification Images of Scientists are seen as White, Male, and Socially Inept

Shakil, Maheen

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

The Influence of Adult Relationship Attachment Style on the Networks of Attention

Redden, Ralph

Attention: Reward, motivation, emotion

Pavilion

Macular pigment and contrast sensitivity in healthy adults

Nightingale, Jeffrey

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Openness to Experience predicts eye movement behavior during scene viewing

Wyche, Nicholas

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Auditory and visual working memory loads reduce fixation spread during free scene-viewing

Makishima, Kaito

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

View-symmetric representations of faces in human and artificial neural networks

Andrews, Tim

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Did you look at the moose? Driver gaze behaviour while searching for hazards in dynamic road scenes

Song, Jiali

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Can foreknowledge of distractor type reduce the emotion-induced blindness effect?

Chan, Ho Ming

Attention: Reward, motivation, emotion

Pavilion

The Impact of Fandom on Image Viewing

Hill, Stevie Ann

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Reduced Attentional Capture Following More Variable Rewards

Youn, Sojung

Attention: Reward, motivation, emotion

Pavilion

Gaze allocation towards contextual information predicts performance in a dynamic emotion perception task

Ortega, Jefferson

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

The distinct role of human PIT in attention control

huang, Siyuan

Attention: Exogenous, endogenous, gaze

Pavilion

Idiosyncratic Search: Biases in the deployment of covert attention.

Trinkl, Nathan

Attention: Exogenous, endogenous, gaze

Pavilion

Internal noise and efficiency underlie performance asymmetries throughout the visual field

Xue, Shutian

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Opposite polarities in alpha-band power in EEG were induced by reward and arousal: an initial discovery in the psychophysiological realm that distinctly dissociates reward from arousal

Nakashima, Yusuke

Attention: Reward, motivation, emotion

Pavilion

Approach and Avoidance Visual Cues Are Processed Similarly In the Brain

Ni, Yuqian

Attention: Reward, motivation, emotion

Pavilion

From clear to noise: Investigating neural noise progression in visual system robustness

Jang, Hojin

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Neuronal interactivity scales with stimulus complexity, not hierarchical structure in mouse visual cortex

Poggi, Peter G.

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Emotional Consequences of Expending Perceptual Effort

Wiedenmann, Emma

Attention: Reward, motivation, emotion

Pavilion

Imprecision in Smooth Pursuit Facilitates Visual Processing

Yang, Bin

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

Influence of luminance polarity congruence on numerosity adaptation

Takahashi, Tomoki J

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Motion-corrected eye-tracking (MoCET) improves gaze accuracy during visual fMRI experiments

Park, Jiwoong

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

Visual motion extrapolation of moving objects drives real-time temporal re-alignment across hierarchical neural position representations

Turner, William

Motion: Neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Can adolescents imitate the event segmentation behavior of adults by utilizing cognitive control?

Zhou, Xianzhen

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

Masked-face recognition leads to learning of new perceptual abilities

Kim, Hyerim

Face and Body Perception: Disorders, individual differences

Pavilion

A functional role of visual working memory-related saccade biases?

Polgári, Patrik

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Knowing the moment of target occlusion influences time-to-contact estimation strategies

Villavicencio, Pamela

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

Individual differences in fusing the face identification decisions of humans and machines

Phillips, P. Jonathon

Face and Body Perception: Disorders, individual differences

Pavilion

From Perception to Algorithm: Quantifying Facial Distinctiveness with a Deep Convolutional Neural Network

Boutet, Isabelle

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Follow the Dot: Do we have implicit awareness of our own eye movements?

Chua, Avery H.

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

Investigating the development of the visual motion pathway at the network level

Nanfito, Brandon R.

Motion: Neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Person Colors

Reeves, Adam

Face and Body Perception: Disorders, individual differences

Pavilion

Implied occlusion and subset underestimation explain the weak-outnumber-strong numerosity illusion

Dellinger, Eliana

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

You see first what you like most: Visually prioritizing positive over negative semantic stimuli

He, Sihan

Attention: Reward, motivation, emotion

Pavilion

Exploring the impact of apparent motion in V1 retinotopic representations and behavioral correlates in primates

Giancani, Salvatore

Motion: Neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Visualizing the Other-Race Effect with GAN-based Image Reconstruction

Shoura, Moaz

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

The efficiency of visual processing adapts to the "vigor" of eye movements: From what breaks through into awareness to the speed of meaning extraction

Ongchoco, Joan Danielle K.

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Color robustly affects the intensity of facial distortions in two cases of prosopometamorphopsia

Mello, Antônio

Face and Body Perception: Disorders, individual differences

Pavilion

Unveiling Mental Self-Images from Face Perception and Memory

De, Arijit

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

A covered eye follows a target on a tangent screen but doesn’t point to it

Heinen, Stephen

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

Modeling optic flow tuning in MSTd with convolutional neural networks

Layton, Oliver

Motion: Neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

3D shape recognition in humans and deep neural networks

Fu, Shuhao

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Sparse components distinguish visual pathways and their alignment to neural networks

Marvi, Ammar

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

A biologically inspired framework for contrastive learning of visual representations: BioCLR

Han, Zhixian

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Border ownership signals emerge in an artificial neural network trained to predict future visual input

Ye, Zeyuan

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

FaReT 2.1: Anatomically precise manipulation of race in 3D face models and a pipeline to import real face scans

Martin, Emily

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Visualizing Face Representations after Adaptation

MINEMOTO, KAZUSA

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Characteristics of the emergence of category selectivity in convolutional neural networks

Verosky, Niels J.

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Measuring individual differences in multitasking ability

Oksama, Lauri

Attention: Exogenous, endogenous, gaze

Pavilion

Transfer of Reafference-Signal Recalibration in Human Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements

Ovsepian, Rozana

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

Idiosyncratic Fixation Patterns generalize across Dynamic and Static Facial Expression Recognition

Paparelli, Anita

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Norm-referenced Encoding Supports Transfer Learning of Expressions across Strongly Different Head Shapes

Giese, Martin A.

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Facial expressions of apology comprise complex social signals

Wu, Yichen

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Bayesian adaptive estimation of high-dimensional psychometric functions: A particle filtering approach

Reining, Lars

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Identifying functional subdivisions of the human MT complex

Wen, Puti

Motion: Neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Spatial filters in neural network models of visual cortex do not need to be learned

Passi, Ananya

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

How does emotional arousal modulate population spatial frequency tuning?

Ramirez, Luis D.

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Are visual deficits in amblyopia driven by spatial frequency tuning?

Wiecek, Emily

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

An online replication of the association between face perception abilities and the amount of visual information required to identify a face

Côté, Laurianne

Face and Body Perception: Disorders, individual differences

Pavilion

A High-Resolution Study of Positive and Negative Retinotopic Codes in the Hippocampus

Angeli, Peter A.

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Pre-saccadic shifts of attention are independent of stimulus eccentricity

Zimmermann Bortoluzzi, Luan

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

A crowd amplification effect in the perception of social status

Myat, Phyu Sin

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Social Interactions cause Spatial Distortions in Visual Memory, not Perception

Vestner, Tim

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Continued preference for reversed images of self

Huang, Jessica

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Curvature formation in the visual cortex: How do we sample?

Nisar, Irfa

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

How to estimate noise ceilings for computational models of visual cortex

Chen, Zirui

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

The Eyes Still Have It: Eye Processing is a Distinct Deficit in Developmental Prosopagnosia

DeGutis, Joseph

Face and Body Perception: Disorders, individual differences

Pavilion

Endogenous attention samples rhythmically under spatial uncertainty

Liu, Xiaoyi

Attention: Exogenous, endogenous, gaze

Pavilion

The Spectral Ideal Observer: Focus Error and Pupil Size Estimation

Burge, Johannes

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Reading minds in the eyes with GPT4-vision

Murray, Scott

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Directional asymmetries for visual motion measured with fMRI

Ezzo, Rania

Motion: Neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Don’t Look at the Camera: Achieving eye contact in video conferencing platforms

Jayakumar, Samyukta

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Saccade transients enable efficient population encoding of natural scenes

Mizobuchi, Soma

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

The influence of feedback and risk on learning to link stimulus features to reward

Taha, Hana

Attention: Reward, motivation, emotion

Pavilion

Mind-wandering during encoding impairs recognition for both forgettable and memorable complex scenes

Shelat, Shivang

Attention: Exogenous, endogenous, gaze

Pavilion

False-alarm rate and inter-trial priming predict hallucination proneness in the Signal Detection Pareidolia Test

Heller, Nathan H.

Face and Body Perception: Disorders, individual differences

Pavilion

Transsaccadic feature memory performance asymmetries in visual field and saccade direction

Parker, Jessica L.

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Exploring Spatial Frequency and Orientation Tunings for Face Recognition in Eight Cultural Groups

Gingras, Francis

Face and Body Perception: Disorders, individual differences

Pavilion

Gaze patterns modeled with a LLM can be used to classify autistic vs. non-autistic viewers

Haskins, Amanda J

Attention: Exogenous, endogenous, gaze

Pavilion

Inhibition of return depends on image category

Thomas, Tobias

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Investigating power laws in neural network models of visual cortex

Townley, Keaton

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Interpreting distributed population codes with feature-accentuated visual encoding models

Prince, Jacob S.

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Evaluating the Alignment of Machine and Human Explanations in Visual Object Recognition through a Novel Behavioral Approach

Kashef Alghetaa, Yousif

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Conjunctive representation of colors and shapes in human occipitotemporal and posterior parietal cortices

Swinchoski, Benjamin

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

Quantifying the Quality of Shape and Texture Representations in Deep Neural Network Models

Doshi, Fenil R.

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Motion adaptation induced object position bias in macaque IT and SlowFast video recognition models

Yakubovskaya, Elizaveta

Motion: Neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Differential sensitivity of humans and deep networks to the amplitude and phase of shape features

Baker, Nicholas

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Spatial Frequency Decoupling: Bio-inspired strategy for Network Robustness

Arslan, Suayb

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Modeling face-Identity “likeness” with a convolutional neural network trained for face identification

Parde, Connor J.

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Who you lookin' at? Perception of gaze direction in group settings depends on naturalness of gaze behavior and clutter

Rosenholtz, Ruth

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Number: Still a primary visual feature

Myers, Caroline

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

Inferential Trustworthiness Tracking Reveals Fast Context-Based Trustworthiness Perception

Fang, Yifan

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Oblique eccentric gaze holding evokes larger horizontal than vertical rebound nystagmus

Tyson, Terence L.

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

Efficient Inverse Graphics with Differentiable Generative Models Explains Trial-level Face Discriminations and Robustness of Face Perception to Unusual Viewing Angles

Yilmaz, Hakan

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Optimal Noise Choice for Reverse Correlation Experiments Depends on the Base Image Features

Duwell, Ethan

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

Visual and auditory object recognition in relation to spatial abilities

Smithson, Conor J. R.

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Training deep learning algorithms for face recognition with large datasets improves performance but reduces similarity to human representations

Guy, Nitzan

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Object-based warping in objects and holes

LEE, Yujin

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

Deconstructing the task-evoked pupillary response

O'Bryan, Sean R.

Attention: Exogenous, endogenous, gaze

Pavilion

Everyone knows what convexity is, yet no single convexity measure captures its effect on figure/ground perception

Tanrıkulu, Ömer Dağlar

Perceptual Organization: Segmentation, shapes, objects

Banyan Breezeway

Similarity of Memory Representations Modulate Saccade Curvatures

Forouzandehfar, Golnaz

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Geometric properties of object manifolds in neural network models of visual cortex

Bonner, Michael

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion

Successful biasing of attention reveals covert information extraction contributes to saccade timing variability within and across individuals.

Ringer, Ryan V

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

"I felt successful!" Assessing autistic adolescent game usability from randomized control trial to improve sensitivity to eye-gaze cues

Muhammad, Sumaiya

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Examining effectiveness of a randomized controlled trial to enhance understanding of eye gaze cues in autism: Incorporating an active control game in SAGA

Mattern, Hunter

Face and Body Perception: Social cognition

Pavilion

Noise reverses the oblique effect: A horizontal effect in orientation estimation and subjective uncertainty

Samaha, Jason

Spatial Vision: Image statistics, neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Eye metrics inform states of trust and cooperation during human-agent collaboration

Ries, Anthony J.

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

What are you looking at? The neural basis of eye movement guidance to objects

Ghuman, Avniel

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

Evidence for efficient inverse graphics in the human brain using large-scale ECoG data

Calbick, Daniel

Face and Body Perception: Models

Pavilion

Healthy older adults have inefficient strategies for tasks requiring sequential movements

Ma-Wyatt, Anna

Eye Movements: Perception, cognition and memory

Banyan Breezeway

The Alpha-band of the EEG Modulates the Perceived Location of Moving Targets

Zavala, Andrew

Motion: Neural mechanisms

Banyan Breezeway

Bayesian spectral analysis of continuous smooth pursuit

Hudson, Todd

Eye Movements: Accuracy, pursuit and eccentricity

Banyan Breezeway

When Machines Outshine Humans in Object Recognition, Benchmarking Dilemma

Darvishi Bayazi, Mohammad Javad

Object Recognition: Models

Pavilion