Tuesday Afternoon Posters, Pavilion

Poster Session: Tuesday, May 21, 2024, 2:45 – 6:45 pm, Pavilion

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Poster Title

First Author

Session 

1.

Anticipatory control of steering through multiple waypoints

Jansen, AJ

Action: Locomotor, flow, steering

2.

Control theoretical models for visuomotor control explains brain activity during naturalistic driving

Zhang, Tianjiao

Action: Locomotor, flow, steering

3.

Spatio-temporal collision envelope in virtual reality walking with colliding pedestrians

Doyon, Jonathan K.

Action: Locomotor, flow, steering

4.

How many moving obstacles do we respond to at once? A temporal threshold model best accounts for collision avoidance in a crowd

Veprek, Kyra

Action: Locomotor, flow, steering

5.

Can covert and explicit “leaders” steer and split real human crowds?

Yoshida, Kei

Action: Locomotor, flow, steering

6.

Walking while performing visual, auditory and crossmodal tasks produces oscillations entrained to the gait cycle

Alais, David

Action: Locomotor, flow, steering

7.

Walking impacts vision: Spatial and temporal frequency dependent changes to vision during locomotion

Blencowe, Marlon

Action: Locomotor, flow, steering

8.

Neurophysiological cross-task similarities between metacontrol states

Wang, Xi

Action: Clinical, neural

9.

Visual cortex encodes spatially specific reward information during closed-loop naturalistic interaction

Kim, Royoung

Action: Clinical, neural

10.

How much vision impairment does it take to decrease performance in freestyle swimming?

Mann, David

Action: Clinical, neural

11.

Order-Dependent Functional Brain Connectivity in a Cue-Separation Grasp Task

Luabeya, Gaelle

Action: Clinical, neural

12.

Functional connectivity of attention network related to individual differences in visual and proprioceptive weighting

Folco, Kess

Action: Clinical, neural

13.

Development of gross and fine visuo-motor ability: Insights from late-sighted children

Ben-Ami, Shlomit

Action: Clinical, neural

14.

Age-related preservation of proprioception- and vision-guided virtual hand movements

Reynoso, Jose

Action: Clinical, neural

15.

Exploring mental representation of visual emoji symbols through human similarity judgments

Yun, Yiling

Object Recognition: Structure of categories

16.

DreamOn: Enhancing Deep Learning in Medical Imaging with REM-Dream-Inspired Data Augmentation

Lerch, Luc

Object Recognition: Structure of categories

17.

Time-resolved brain activation patterns reveal hierarchical representations of scene grammar when viewing isolated objects

Kallmayer, Aylin

Object Recognition: Structure of categories

18.

Pattern of associations across categories in visual recognition

Soen, Laura

Object Recognition: Structure of categories

19.

Common representational format in object-selective visual cortex for photographs and dynamic sketches

Saleki, Sharif

Object Recognition: Structure of categories

20.

Responses in human early visual cortex are more sensitive to task difficulty than object category.

Kim, June Hee

Object Recognition: Structure of categories

21.

Using texture synthesis to identify the features supporting coarse and fine object categorization

Henderson, Margaret

Object Recognition: Structure of categories

22.

Investigating the impact of Gaussian noise on face recognition performance for humans and convolutional neural networks

Jeon, Ikhwan

Object Recognition: Structure of categories

23.

More predictive, easier to detect? Contrast sensitivities in different predictability contexts

Song, Seyoon

Object Recognition: Basic features

24.

Spiky and Stubby Objects in Human Visual Perception

Au, Ashley

Object Recognition: Basic features

25.

Features for visual object recognition.

Arguin, Martin

Object Recognition: Basic features

26.

Object-substitution masking: The role of low-level chromatic similarity

Lange, Ryan

Object Recognition: Basic features

27.

Composite Object Representation Makes Tracking Through Rotation Deficient

Wu, Qihan

Object Recognition: Basic features

28.

An Occipitotemporal Region that Identifies Relevant Features

Zeng, Yuxuan

Object Recognition: Basic features

29.

Influence of background on the spatial-frequency channel for object recognition

Subramanian, Ajay

Object Recognition: Basic features

30.

Improvement of acuity following motion adaptation: the role of low spatial frequencies

Dakin, Steven

Object Recognition: Basic features

31.

Which shape features determine detectability of camouflaged radial frequency patterns?

Lew, Wei Hau

Object Recognition: Basic features

32.

Possible Optimal Strategies for Orientation Coding in Macaque V1 Revealed with a Self-Attention Deep Neural Network (SA-DNN) Model

Wang, Xin

Spatial Vision: Machine learning, neural networks

33.

Recurrence is needed to account for the sharper orientation-tuned surround suppression for oblique versus cardinal orientations

Miao, Huiyuan

Spatial Vision: Machine learning, neural networks

34.

Spatial scrambling in human vision: investigating efficiency for discriminating scrambled letters using convolutional neural networks and confusion matrices

Zhu, Xingqi Raffles

Spatial Vision: Machine learning, neural networks

35.

Multitask Machine Learning of Contrast Sensitivity Functions

Barbour, Dennis

Spatial Vision: Machine learning, neural networks

36.

Mapping models of V1 and V2 selectivity with local spectral reverse correlation

Oleskiw, Timothy D.

Spatial Vision: Machine learning, neural networks

37.

Towards determining the location of the Preferred Retinal Locus of patients with macular disease: A deep learning-based simulation

Soans, Rijul Saurabh

Spatial Vision: Machine learning, neural networks

38.

Visual Inputs Reconstructing through Enhanced 3T fMRI Data from Optimal Transport Guided Generative Adversarial Network

Xiong, Yujian

Spatial Vision: Machine learning, neural networks

39.

GramStatTexNet: Using the Gram Matrix of Multi-Scale Pyramids to Contrastively Learn Texture Model Statistics

DuTell, Vasha

Spatial Vision: Machine learning, neural networks

40.

Microsaccades and Ocular Drift in Ophthalmic and Neurologic Disease

Abozid, Ola

Eye Movements: Clinical

41.

Fine spatial vision is optimally adapted to the abnormal fixational eye movements of people with amblyopia

Chung, Susana T. L.

Eye Movements: Clinical

42.

Saccade Profiles Across Tasks After Childhood Hemispherectomy

Chroneos, Maria Z.

Eye Movements: Clinical

43.

Behavioral and oculomotor effects of scotoma awareness training in patients with central vision loss

Maniglia, Marcello

Eye Movements: Clinical

44.

Reduced visual acuity due to defocus cannot fully account for the abnormal fixational eye movements of persons with amblyopia

Kwon, Sunwoo

Eye Movements: Clinical

45.

Differences in smooth pursuit characteristics in different types of strabismus.

SANZ, ELENA

Eye Movements: Clinical

46.

Enhancing eye movement control in Virtual Reality: Ocular Biofeedback Training and its potential implications for Attention Deficits

Ben Joseph, Tchiya

Eye Movements: Clinical

47.

Decoding reading challenges: Eye movement patterns in Italian-speaking poor readers

Pasqualotto, Angela

Eye Movements: Clinical

48.

The effect of image size and defocus on children’s reflex vergence eye movements to natural images

Marella, Bhagya L

Eye Movements: Clinical

49.

How contextual information modulates eye movements during natural sequential behavior in a dynamic scene.

Pomè, Antonella

Eye Movements: Clinical

50.

MEASURING REFRACTIVE ERROR USING CONTINUOUS PSYCHOPHYSICS AND EYE TRACKING

Pirso, Ethan

Eye Movements: Clinical

51.

Global internal disparity noise increases with rising levels of disparity pedestal

Ding, Jian

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression

52.

The Dichopter

Brecher, Kenneth

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression

53.

Partitioning the effects of distinct natural-scene properties on visual performance

White, David

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression

54.

Temporal latencies and position uncertainty in stereoscopic and luminance motion using a continuous eye-tracking task

Serrano-Pedraza, Ignacio

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression

55.

No correlation between interocular delay and stereosensitvity in healthy adults

Reynaud, Alexandre

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression

56.

Binocular combination under asynchronous viewing conditions

Gurman, Daniel

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression

57.

The mechanisms of crossed and uncrossed disparities in coarse stereopsis

Wang, Penghan

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression

58.

Performance metrics of real-world perception in augmented reality

Duijnhouwer, Jacob

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression

59.

Unraveling the impact of stereoscopic vision on daily tasks in younger and older adults

Chopin, Adrien

Binocular Vision: Disparity, stereopsis and suppression