Sunday Morning Posters, Pavilion

Poster Session: Sunday, May 19, 2024, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, Pavilion

Poster Title

First Author

Session

Spatial Attention Appears Modulated by Behaviourally Relevant Contexts

Britt, Noah

Attention: Spatial selection 2

Disentangling the unique contribution of human retinotopic regions using neural control

Gifford, Alessandro T.

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

The time course of activating, maintaining, and switching between attentional templates in visual search

Eimer, Martin

Attention: Features, objects 2

Automated Symbolic Orienting Revisited: Do Words Elicit the Same Effect?

Weidler, Blaire J

Attention: Features, objects 2

Attention and Motion: Does motion without context cue visuospatial attention?

Telschow, Genna

Attention: Features, objects 2

Time course of microsaccades directionality during an endogenous attention task

Brandolani, Riccardo

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

The influence of attention on visual asymmetries in the foveola

Jenks, Samantha K.

Attention: Spatial selection 1

Enhancements and impairments in visual discrimination of different spatial frequencies before the onset of spontaneous microsaccades

Stearns, Zoe

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

Ultra-fine knowledge of gaze position in saccade planning

Li, Yuanhao Howard

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

Fine-tuning exogenous attention at the foveal scale: effects on different spatial frequencies

Guzhang, Yue

Attention: Spatial selection 1

General and specific effects of meditation on gaze cueing of attention

Falikman, Maria

Attention: Spatial selection 2

How do pupillary light responses and microsaccades allude to voluntary and involuntary auditory attention?

Liao, Hsin-I

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

Individual differences in eye movements and perceptual averaging

Hayward, William G.

Attention: Spatial selection 1

Competition shapes spatial coding strategy for selective attention inside visual working memory: insights from gaze and neural measurements

Liu, Baiwei

Attention: Spatial selection 1

Aging delays the formation of object representations

Haupt, Marleen

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Does selective attention utilize physical feature values or perceptual interpretations?

Khvostov, Vladislav

Attention: Features, objects 2

Please ignore this title. Searching for evidence of effective active suppression using a dot filtering task

Rodriguez, Andrew

Attention: Features, objects 2

The Role of Statistical Learning in Attentional Guidance During Search Through Naturalistic Scenes

Frandsen, Justin

Attention: Spatial selection 2

Preliminary Analysis of the Contrast Response Function and its Modulation by Spatial Attention Using Magnetoencephalography

Sklar, Alfredo

Attention: Spatial selection 1

Spatial Dynamics of Microsaccades: Investigating the Influence of Fixational Proximity to Visual Stimuli on Saccade-Induced EEG Modulation

Turner, Christopher

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

Feature Selectivity in the Far Periphery

Bidiwala, Ema

Attention: Features, objects 1

A virtual target controls fixation better than a remembered target

Watamaniuk, Scott

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

Temporal attention and expectation jointly modulate microsaccades

Duyar, Aysun

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

Looking for the red shirt: Meaningful objects strengthen memory and attentional guidance

Chung, Yong Hoon

Attention: Features, objects 1

The Dynamic Nature of Memory-Guided Attention

Lancry-Dayan, Oryah

Attention: Spatial selection 2

The relationship between the decline in cone density and acuity assessed in normal viewing conditions across the central fovea

Clark, Ashley M.

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

Eye-tracking reveals robust attentional filtering in an object-based attention task

Pidaparthi, Lasyapriya

Attention: Features, objects 2

Unravelling the interplay of Statistical Learning, Top-Down, and Bottom-Up Mechanisms during target selection: Insights from Behavioural and EEG Experiments

Dolci, Carola

Attention: Spatial selection 1

Scan pattern similarity predicts the semantic similarity of sentences across languages above and beyond their syntactic structures.

Coco, Moreno I.

Attention: Features, objects 2

The impact of predicted and unpredicted events on the spatial priority map: evidence from multivariate pattern analyses in EEG

de Waard, Jasper

Attention: Spatial selection 1

An Early and Distinct Visual-Semantic Representation in Object Processing

Grosbard, Idan Daniel

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Testing the Possible Origins of Category Selectivity in the Brain with DNN Models

Zheng, Bowen

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Flexible allocation of feature-based attention to narrow and broad ranges of colors as assessed by steady-state visual evoked potentials

Ozkan, Mert

Attention: Features, objects 1

Influence of aging on visual attention and peripheral perception

Laurin, Anne-Sophie

Attention: Spatial selection 2

Reliability of functional localization and activation profiles of category-selective regions using fMRI

Cheung, Olivia S.

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Large-scale examination of the benefit and cost of spatial attention and their variability

Yeshurun, Yaffa

Attention: Spatial selection 2

Network mechanisms of ongoing brain activity’s influence on conscious visual perception

Wu, Yuan-hao

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Divided Attention in American Sign Language Processing

Young, Dave

Attention: Features, objects 2

Allocation of spatial attention in human visual cortex as a function of endogenous cue validity

Narhi-Martinez, William

Attention: Spatial selection 1

Decoding Feature-Based Attention in Visual Cortex

Faherty, Rylee

Attention: Features, objects 1

Involuntary Eye-Movement Signatures Differ for Recognition of Oneself, Familiar and Unfamiliar Faces

Schwetlick, Lisa

Eye Movements: Fixational eye movements

fMRI reveals a modulatory role of visual field meridians on object-based selective attention

Hughes, David H.

Attention: Features, objects 2

Object-based attention is flexible to both low- and high-level changes in real-world objects.

McEvoy, Kelly

Attention: Features, objects 1

Reassessing the Food Selective Component in Human Visual Cortex

Fang, Cyn

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Diverse visual feature selectivity is enabled through inhibitory feature surrounds in deep neural network models

Hamblin, Christopher

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Behavioral detectability of optogenetic stimulation of inferotemporal cortex predicts the magnitude of stimulation-induced perceptual events

Shahbazi, Elia

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

An Attentional Serial Reaction Time Task

Duffy, Margaret L.

Attention: Spatial selection 2

Attention increases representational distance near task-relevant orientations

Allouche, Melissa

Attention: Features, objects 1

Conservation of cortical crowding distance in human V4: A replication and extension

Kurzawski, Jan W.

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Object size and depth representations in human visual cortex

Ran, Mengxin

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Pupil size during visual search: A measure of the spatial extent of attention

Mueller, Emma

Attention: Spatial selection 1

Preparations to break the Tyranny of Film: Designing stimuli that change comprehension and moment-to-moment content importance in video

Chandran, Prasanth

Attention: Spatial selection 2

Behavioral detectability of electrical stimulation of inferior temporal neurons is easier in the presence of their preferred visual stimuli

Azadi, Reza

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Effects of head gaze and body position on attention in real-world scenes.

Gottesman, Carmela

Attention: Spatial selection 1

Semantic relationships between sounds and images modulate attention even when the stimuli are task-irrelevant

Wegner-Clemens, Kira

Attention: Features, objects 1

On the relationship between target-distractor discriminability and search efficiency: the case of color.

Lleras, Alejandro

Attention: Features, objects 1

Modeling attentional deployment in an immersive environment using a foraging task in VR

Callahan-Flintoft, Chloe

Attention: Spatial selection 2

Cortical dynamics of material and shape perception across illumination and viewpoint

Schmid, Alexandra C.

Object Recognition: Neural mechanisms

Semantically related objects act as spatial predictors during visual search

Souza-Wiggins, Makayla

Attention: Spatial selection 2