Attention: Cueing, inattention

Poster Session: Sunday, May 21, 2023, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm, Banyan Breezeway

Abstract# 

Poster Title

First Author

33.338

When your ice-cream is looking somewhere: Gaze cueing from human faces and inanimate objects

Falikman, Maria

33.339

What do the inattentionally blind see? Evidence from 10,000 subjects

Nartker, Makaela

33.342

When should you warn the driver about the moose?: The effect of auditory cue timing on hazard localization in naturalistic videos

Song, Jiali

33.343

Scotoma awareness: a novel protocol to induce fast development of a Preferred retinal locus (PRL) in patients with central vision loss

Maniglia, Marcello

33.344

Exploring the effects of visual cue complexity on foot placement accuracy in a targeted stepping task

Kissack, Benjamin

33.345

Do Audiovisual Semantic Congruency Effects Exist Without Visual Awareness´╝č

Zhou, Kun

33.346

Near-space advantage in a simulated 3D environment: an inhibition of return (IOR) study

Britt, Noah

33.347

Cold exposure enhances visual responses in human cortex

Gregory, Caitlin

33.348

Examining the Impact of Acetaminophen on Early Attentional Processing of Emotional Images

Woodson, Felicity

33.349

Predicting a Volitional Eye Movement Before a Visual Search: An Investigation of Overt Willed Attention

Nadra, John

33.350

The difference between social attention and non-social attention lies in attention disengagement rather than attention orientation

Wang, Shengyuan

33.351

A coactivation mechanism of goal-directed and stimulus-driven attentional control

Niu, Zexuan

33.352

Are microsaccades biased similarly during external and internal shifts of covert attention?

van Ede, Freek

33.353

The Vigilance Decrement is Not Only About Sensitivity

Skinner, Henri Etel

33.354

Artificially quickening the moment of awareness alters the appearance of orientation repulsion

Nakamura, Tomoya

33.355

The effect of alerting on cognitive control in the Simon task: An ERP study

Dupont, Dawa