Posters Tuesday 4th September 2012


Topic Time
Attention 11.00-12.30
Biological motion 15.30-17.00
Clinical vision 15.30-17.00
Crowding 15.30-17.00
Encoding and decoding 15.30-17.00
Eye movements 15.30-17.00
Learning and memory 15.30-17.00
Retina, MEG 15.30-17.00

Posters will be exhibited at the second floor in the Terrazza Restaurant Emperado.

Click on the session title to see the abstracts.

Tuesday 4 September 2012, 11.00-12.30


1 - Recognition errors in crowding-effect in central vision
Valeriy Chikhman, Valeria Bondarko, Marina Danilova and Sergei Solnushkin

2 - Shifts of visuospatial attention in perihand space
Marc Grosjean and Nathalie Le Bigot

3 - Top-down control in contour grouping: An EEG study.
Gregor Volberg, Andreas Wutz and Mark W. Greenlee

4 - Core Characteristics Defining the Nature of Unilateral Neglect Syndrome
Marina Pavlovskaya, Nachum Soroker, Yoram Bonneh and Shaul Hochstein

5 - Attentional preference for attractive faces
Nadine Kloth, Lindsey Short and Gillian Rhodes

6 - Development of visual working memory and its relation to academic performances in elementary school children
Hiroyuki Tsubomi and Katsumi Watanabe

7 - Does oculomotor preparation have a functional role in social attention?
Daniel Smith and Emma Morgan

8 - Preventing oculomotor preparation disrupts spatial but not visual or verbal working memory.
Keira Ball, David Pearson and Daniel Smith

9 - The use of motion information in multiple object tracking
Markus Huff and Frank Papenmeier

10 - Texture segregation and contour integration depend on right-hemisphere attention-related brain areas
Kathleen Vancleef, Johan Wagemans and Glyn Humphreys

11 - Configural Effects on Positional Priming of Pop-out
Ahu Gökce and Thomas Geyer

12 - Interactions between top-down colour and bottom-up luminance signals during sustained visual attention
Jasna Martinovic, Justyna Mordal and Soren Andersen

13 - Previously fixated visual features improve scene recognition
Christian Valuch and Ulrich Ansorge

14 - Is inhibition of return reset by a subsequent search in the same display?
Margit Höfler, Iain D. Gilchrist and Christof Körner

15 - Electrophysiological correlates of multiple object processing in the absence of awareness
Silvia Pagano and Veronica Mazza

16 - Pointing to the temporal modulation of attentional effects on face categorisation
Genevieve Quek and Matthew Finkbeiner

17 - Distractor processing in serial visual search: Evidence from fixation-related potentials
Christof Körner, Verena Braunstein, Matthias Stangl, Alois Schlögl, Christa Neuper and Anja Ischebeck

18 - Fruitful search: Top-down contingent capture extends to colour-variegated stimuli
Nils Heise and Ulrich Ansorge

19 - Strategic scanning in visual search: Implications for the measurement of attentional bias
Jillian Hobson and Stephen Butler

20 - Emotional Inconsistencies Capture Attention Irrespective of Valance
Ido Amihai, Fook-Kee Chua and Shih-Cheng Yen

21 - Colour as a cue of sexual attractiveness and attentional preference in Japanese Macaques
Lena Sophie Pflüger, Christian Valuch, Ulrich Ansorge and Bernard Wallner

22 - Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Attentional Blink and Creative Reasoning
Saskia Jaarsveld, Priyanka Srivastava, Marisete Welter and Thomas Lachmann

23 - Visual search in barn owls: orientation pop-out?
Julius Orlowski, Torsten Stemmler and Hermann Wagner

24 - Attentional gain control and competitive interactions influence visual stimulus processing independently
Christian Keitel, Søren K. Andersen, Cliodhna Quigley and Matthias M. Müller

25 - Optimizing Attention Deployment in Object-Based Attention: The Role of Cue Validity
Wei-Lun Chou and Su-Ling Yeh

26 - N2pc attentional capture by threatening schematic faces
Nicolas Burra and Dirk Kerzel

27 - Predicting Visual Perception: An ERP Approach
Hannah Pincham and Denes Szucs

28 - How old are you? The effect of face age on gaze-following behaviour
Francesca Ciardo, Angela Rossetti, Rossana Actis-Grosso and Paola Ricciardelli

29 - Task-dependent crossmodal processing of combined visuo-auditory conjunction oddballs in a mixed sequence of visual and auditory stimuli
Evelyn B. N. Friedel, Michael Bach and Sven P. Heinrich

30 - Performance related visual attention and awareness of social evaluative cues in social anxiety.
Mel Mckendrick, Madeleine Grealy and Stephen Butler

31 - Just Passing Through: Lack of IOR in Planned Saccade Sequences
W. Joseph MacInnes, Hannah Krueger and Amelia Hunt

32 - Qualitative differences between attention capture by conscious and unconscious cues
Isabella Fuchs, Jan Theeuwes and Ulrich Ansorge

33 - Visual word recognition in latvian children with and without reading difficulties
Evita Kassaliete, Elina Megne, Ivars Lacis and Sergejs Fomins

34 - Averaging of simultaneous instances of familiar and unfamiliar faces
Alexander Marchant, Xandra Van Montfort, Jan De Fockert and Rob Jenkins

35 - The time course of cueing: When is it U-shaped and when not?
Anna Wilschut, Jan Theeuwes and Christian N. L. Olivers

36 - The effects of cross-sensory attentional demand on subitizing and on mapping number onto space
Giovanni Anobile, Marco Turi, Guido Marco Cicchini and David C. Burr

37 - On the perception of natural scenes: proto-objects versus spatial locations
Victoria Yanulevskaya, Jasper Uijlings and Nicu Sebe

38 - A study to evaluate peripheral visual perception
Ieva Timrote, Gunta Krumina, Tatjana Pladere and Mara Skribe

39 - The effects of temporal cueing on metacontrast masking
Simon Mota and Maximilian Bruchmann

40 - Neural activity in category-selective regions is modulated by both subjective and physical disappearance
Andrea Loing, Rob van Lier, Arno Koning and Floris de Lange

41 - Eye movement behaviour to natural scenes as a function of sex and personality
Felix Mercer Moss, Roland Baddeley and Nishan Canagarajah

42 - Do all negative images similarly retain attention? Time course of attentional disengagement from disgust- and fear-evoking stimuli.
Christel Devue, Johanna C. van Hooff, Paula E. Vieweg and Jan Theeuwes

43 - Letter crowding and the benefit of parafoveal preview during reading
Sarah Risse

44 - Local object gist by symmetries of lines and edges in V1
Javier Pinilla-Dutoit, David Lobato, Kasim Terzic and J.M.H. Du Buf

45 - Spatial attention does not influence Object Substitution Masking
Michael Pilling, Angus Gellatly and Ioanis Argyropoulos

46 - Implicit Social Learning in Relation to Autistic-like Traits
Tjeerd Jellema, Tanja Nijboer and Matthew Hudson

47 - Spatio-temporal dynamics of visual processing in autism revealed by Attentional Masking
Luca Ronconi, Simone Gori, Enrico Giora, Milena Ruffino and Andrea Facoetti

48 - Introspection during visual search
Gabriel Reyes and Jérôme Sackur

49 - The existence of purely serial search shows that visual search is actually parallel
Johan Hulleman

50 - Attention orienting shifts the numerical distance effect
Mariagrazia Ranzini, Matteo Lisi and Marco Zorzi

51 - Does contextual cueing occur in a comparative search task?
M. Pilar Aivar

52 - The process of impression formation for faces in a gaze cueing task
Hirokazu Ogawa, Masato Nunoi and Sakiko Yoshikawa

53 - Visuomotor adaptation to prismatic lenses influences numerical cognition
Mark Yates, Carmelo Vicario, Tobias Loetscher and Michael Nicholls

54 - Asymmetries in saccadic latencies during interrupted ocular pursuit
Hans-Joachim Bieg, Jean-Pierre Bresciani, Heinrich H. Bülthoff and Lewis L Chuang

55 - Motion-related allocation of attention doesn’t depend on a set towards a moving object
Natalia Tiurina and Igor Utochkin

56 - Attentional modulation of configurational preference for visual hierarchical stimuli by an insect brain
Aurore Avargues-Weber, Adrian G. Dyer and Martin Giurfa

57 - Attentional Bias and Spider Fear: A Prior Entry-Study
Anke Haberkamp, Melanie Schröder and Thomas Schmidt

58 - Role of landmark objects in the orienting of attention across saccades
Matteo Lisi, Patrick Cavanagh and Marco Zorzi

59 - Does an object's contrast affect attention and detection equally?
Bernard Marius 'T Hart, Hannah Schmidt, Ingo Klein-Harmeyer, Christine Roth and Wolfgang Einhäuser

60 - The time course of attention allocation in textures of different homogeneity
Tobias Feldmann-Wüstefeld and Anna Schubö

61 - Female capture of other females faces
Stephen Butler and Tedis Tafili

62 - Visual search for a feature-singleton: Not all display densities are made equal
Dragan Rangelov, Hermann J. Müller and Michael Zehetleitner

63 - Visual Symptoms in Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder
David Simmons and Ashley Robertson

64 - Differential phase-encoded method revealed location of spatial attention-related activities in parietal, temporal and occipital cortex: an fNIRS study
Masamitsu Harasawa, Masanori Nambu, Michiteru Kitazaki and Hiroshi Ishikane

65 - Direction information acquired from attended objects not from distractors in MOT
Jiri Lukavsky

66 - How do we use the past to predict the future in oculomotor search?
Benjamin Vincent

67 - Does inhibition of return during joint action reflect individual attentional processes?
Mark A. Atkinson, Geoff G. Cole, Andrew Simpson and Paul A. Skarratt

68 - Spatial representation of time in music
Valter Prpic, Antonia Fumarola, Matteo De Tommaso, Irene Gratton and Tiziano Agostini

69 - Can Bees See At A Glance?
Vivek Nityananda, Peter Skorupski and Lars Chittka

70 - Come Together: Perceptual Averaging Contributes to Cueing Effects
Hannah M Krueger, W. Joseph MacInnes and Amelia R. Hunt

71 - Suppression of color cues depends on stimulus size
Josef Gerard Schönhammer and Dirk Kerzel

72 - Localized oscillatory activity in the human attention network in response to predictive and unpredictive visual cues
Isabel Dombrowe and Claus C Hilgetag

73 - A neurodynamical model for contrast-invariant and scale-invariant contour grouping
Ilia Korjoukov and Pieter Roelfsema

74 - Task Congruency in Inattentional Blindness
Nika Adamian and Maria Kuvaldina

75 - Visual search for letters within words and nonwords in the right and left visual hemifields
Elena Gorbunova and Maria Falikman

76 - Metacognitive regulation of the dead zone of attention
Yulia M. Stakina and Igor S. Utochkin

77 - Neural mechanisms of feature attention revealed by frequency tagging in MEG
Daniel Baldauf and Robert Desimone

78 - Visuospatial awareness is modulated by dual-task demands: evidence from healthy participants and right hemisphere damaged patients
Mario Bonato, Matteo Lisi, Chiara Spironelli, Konstantinos Priftis, Carlo Umiltà and Marco Zorzi

79 - Feature based attention across eye movements
Donatas Jonikaitis, Heiner Deubel and Jan Theeuwes

80 - Working memory load influences on attention process of the emotional task-irrelevant information.
Eriko Matsumoto

81 - Is there a spatial representation of non-symbolic numerical quantities?
Giorgia Tamburini, Antonia Fumarola, Riccardo Luccio and Tiziano Agostini

82 - Abnormal Attentional Masking in Children with Specific Language Impairment
Andrea Facoetti and Marco Dispaldro

83 - The dynamic-updating hypothesis: Attentional selection of dynamically changed objects
San-Yuan Lin and Su-Ling Yeh

84 - On color and emotion. An ERP study of visual attention
Joanna Pilarczyk and Michal Kuniecki

85 - Variation of Attentional Capture by transient luminance changes over repeated exposure
M. Isabel García-Ogueta

86 - Effects of mood induction on eye movement inhibition: An antisaccade task with emotional faces
Nicolas Noiret, Aline Claudon and Eric Laurent

87 - Is the relevance of the critical object irrelevant for the Inattentional Blindness?
Maria Kuvaldina, Nika Adamian and Anastasia Shaposhnikova

88 - Singleton-detection or Feature-search: Working memory capacity may be the thing, wherein we'll catch attention with a ring
Hayley E. P. Lagroix, Matthew R. Yanko and Thomas M. Spalek

89 - A rapid reaching task reveals the extraction of probability information from arbitrary colour cues
Daniel K Wood, Jennifer L Milne, Craig S Chapman, Jason P Gallivan, Jody C Culham and Melvyn A Goodale

90 - Attentional modulation of target location significantly affects pointing performance
Anna Ma-Wyatt and Xinlu Huang

91 - The Effects of Stimulus?Representative Consistensy on Inattentional Blindness
Hong-Zhen Chen, Zeng Wang and Yu-Kun Liu

92 - A Neurocomputational Account of Mental Curve Tracing
Drazen Domijan

Tuesday 4 September 2012, 15.30-17.00

Biological motion

93 - Categorizing identity from biological motion of eyes
Aya Shirama, Ai Koizumi and Norimichi Kitagawa

94 - Anticipation of Action Intentions in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Matthew Hudson and Tjeerd Jellema

95 - Evaluating observers' sensitivity to errors in virtual throwing animations
Michele Vicovaro, Ludovic Hoyet, Luigi Burigana and Carol O'Sullivan

96 - Exploring Sensitivity to Time-Warped Biological Motion
Kenneth Ryall, Ludovic Hoyet, Jessica Hodgins and Carol O'Sullivan

97 - Spinal motor resonance by passive action viewing
Marc H.E. de Lussanet, Frank Behrendt and Heiko Wagner

98 - Recognition from facial motion in dynamic average avatars
Fintan Nagle, Harry Griffin and Alan Johnston

99 - Perceptual relevance of kinematic components of facial movements extracted by unsupervised learning
Martin A. Giese, Enrico Chiovetto and Cristobal Curio

100 - Influence of crowding on discriminating the direction of biological motion
Hanako Ikeda, Katsumi Watanabe and Patrick Cavanagh

101 - Physiologically plausible neural model for the recognition of dynamic faces
Girija Ravishankar, Gregor Schulz, Uwe J. Ilg and Martin A. Giese

102 - Auditory signal dominates visual in the perception of emotional social interactions.
Lukasz Piwek, Karin Petrini and Frank Pollick

103 - Ne me quitte pas: An anxiety-induced bias in the perception of a bistable walker?
Sander Van de Cruys, Ben Schouten and Johan Wagemans

104 - Judging time-to-passage of biological motion in periphery.
Sandra Mouta, Jorge Santos and Joan Lopez-Moliner

105 - An experimental-phenomenological study on perceived relations among mobile objects: the perceived social interactions among animate objects depends on the proximity of multiple objects in motion
Atsushi Sakai, Hidemi Komatsu and Naoe Masuda

Clinical vision

106 - Cortical mechanisms of discomfort in migraine
Sarah Haigh, Olivera Karanovic, Frances Wilkinson, Nick Cooper and Arnold Wilkins

107 - Neurological and neuropsychological characteristics of occipital stroke
Cathleen Grimsen, Antje Kraft, Maren Prass, Markus Bahnemann, Freimuth Brunner, Andreas Kastrup, Stephan Brandt and Manfred Fahle

108 - Vision among sight recovery patients with various visual experience
Michaela Porubanova, Radovan Sikl and Michal Simecek

109 - Investigating the connectivity and integrity of visual pathways following damage to V1
Sara Ajina, Rebecca Millington, Christopher Kennard and Holly Bridge

110 - In schizophrenia patients, high-level but not low-level motion processing is impaired
Farid Kandil, Anya Pedersen and Patricia Ohrmann

111 - Measurements of Contrast Sensitivity Functions Show Recovery from Extended Blindness
Amy Kalia, Luis Lesmes, Michael Dorr, Peter Bex, Tapan Gandhi, Piyush Swami, Garga Chatterjee and Pawan Sinha

112 - Beyond blindsight: perceptual re-learning of visual motion discrimination in cortical blindness improves static orientation discrimination
Anasuya Das and Krystel R. Huxlin

113 - Effects of cloudiness on reading —A comparative experiment on the contrast polarity effect using a cloudy ocular media simulation—
Yasushi Nakano, Tetsuya Arai, Ataru Yoshino, Kensuke Oshima and Tsutomu Kusano

114 - Training on lateral interactions improves peripheral visual acuity in patients with macular degeneration
Marcello Maniglia, Gianluca Campana, Andrea Pavan, Daniela Guzzon and Clara Casco

115 - Could contrast-modulated optotypes aid in the detection of amblyopia?
Sarah J. H. Lalor, Monika A. Formankiewicz and Sarah J. Waugh

116 - The effects of termination rules on contour interaction in a resolution acuity task with luminance-modulated and contrast-modulated Cs.
Monika A. Formankiewicz, Sarah J. Waugh and M. Izzuddin Hairol

117 - Effective eye movements training of patients with tunnel vision- a randomized and controlled study.
Iliya V. Ivanov, Annika Vollmer, Claudia Gehrlich, Angelika Cordey, Nhung X. Nguyen and Susanne Trauzettel-Klosinski

118 - BOLD evidence linking deficits in early vision to Schizophrenia.
Kiley Seymour, Timo Stein, Lia Sanders, Ines Theophil and Philipp Sterzer

119 - Population receptive field mapping in patients with schizophrenia
Elaine J. Anderson, Marc S. Tibber, D. Samuel Schwarzkopf, Geraint Rees and Steven C. Dakin

120 - Patterns of fMRI visual cortex activation in patients with hemianopia
Rebecca Millington, Clarissa Yasuda, Guilherme Beltramini, Panitha Jindahra, John Barbur, Gordon Plant, Christopher Kennard, Fernando Cendes and Holly Bridge

121 - Multisensory cortical integration in patients with hereditary cone dystrophy: a fMRI and DTI study
Sofia Crespi, Stefania Bianchi Marzoli, Giacinto Triolo, Francesco Bandello, Maria Concetta Morrone and Andrea Falini

122 - Global motion coherence performance after extended blindness: stretching the window
Garga Chatterjee, Amy Kalia, Gandhi Tapan, Piyush Swami and Pawan Sinha

123 - Prism Adaptation in Cerebellar Patients
Karoline Spang, Dagmar Timann-Braun, Mitch Glickstein and Manfred Fahle

124 - Metamorphopsia and Visual Acuity
Emily Wiecek, Steven Dakin and Peter Bex

125 - Effects of different levels of retinal illuminance on grating and letter acuities using luminance- and contrast-modulated stimuli
Norsham Ahmad, Sarah J. Waugh and Monika A. Formankiewicz


126 - Sensitivity to gaze-contingent spatial distortions in freely-viewed movies
Thomas Wallis, Michael Dorr and Peter Bex

127 - Perceived numerosity in the peripheral visual field
Matteo Valsecchi, Matteo Toscani and Karl Gegenfurtner

128 - A Bayesian account of context-induced orientation illusions
Endel Poder

129 - How Recurrent Dynamics Explain Crowding
Aaron Clarke and Michael Herzog

130 - Does flanker identity affect perceived target position in crowding?
Funda Yildirim and Frans W. Cornelissen

131 - Lesser crowding of letters generalizes across parafovea but not to vertical string orientation
Dušan Vejnovi? and Sun?ica Zdravkovi?

132 - Texture segmentation: Crowding can occur in detection tasks.
Ursula Schade and Cristina Meinecke

Encoding and decoding

133 - Tracking Eye Movements While Encoding Faces
Chantal Lemieux, Elizabeth Nelson and Charles Collin

134 - The effects of background noise on microsaccades generation in humans
Halim Hicheur, Steeve Zozor, Aurélie Campagne and Alan Chauvin

135 - Representation of component motion in V1 predicts perceptual thresholds for pattern motion.
Stephanie Lehmann, Alexander Pastukhov and Jochen Braun

136 - The Role of Neural Noise in Perceiving Looming Objects and Eluding Predators
Matthias Keil

137 - Encoding Space in Time during Active Fixation
Xutao Kuang, Martina Poletti, Jonathan D. Victor and Michele Rucci

138 - Smothered by the scene: When context interferes with memory for objects.
Karla Evans and Jeremy Wolfe

Eye movements

139 - Probability effects in antisaccade performance
Omar Johannesson, H. Magnus Haraldsson and Arni Kristjansson

140 - Distribution of gaze points during natural viewing under a wide field-of-view condition
Kazuteru Komine and Nobuyuki Hiruma

141 - Importance of the position of face presentation for gaze and perceptual biases study
Helene Samson, Nicole Fiori, Karine Doré-Mazars, Christelle Lemoine and Dorine Vergilino-Perez

142 - Dynamic characteristics of saccadic eye movements are affected by ocular size.
Mohammed Alhazmi, Lyle S. Gray and Dirk Seidel

143 - Visual and virtual pursuit in movies: The oculomotor and memorial consequences
Yoriko Hirose, Benjamin W. Tatler and Alan Kennedy

144 - Static Gaze Direction Detection in Children with Autism: a Developmental Perspective
Roberta Fadda, Giuseppe Doneddu, Sara Congiu, Azzurra Salvago, Giovanna Frigo and Tricia Striano

145 - Spatial localization of sounds under free-field and dichotic presentation: The role of eye movements
Stefano Targher, Alessio Fracasso, Massimiliano Zampini and Francesco Pavani

146 - Comparing eye movements during impression judgment of faces in different personality traits: analysis of fixation locations and durations
Natsuko Nakamura, Ayumi Maruyama, Yoshinori Inaba, Hanae Ishi, Jiro Gyoba and Shigeru Akamatsu

147 - Sarkozy: left or right? How early can we choose?
Marie A Mathey, Gabriel Besson, Gladys Barragan-Jason, Pierre-Marie Garderes, Emmanuel J Barbeau and Simon J Thorpe

148 - Saccadic mislocalization: related to eye movement amplitude or visual target location?
Maria Matziridi, Jeroen B. J. Smeets and Eli Brenner

149 - The effect of the Müller-Lyer illusion on reflexive, delayed, and memory-guided saccades
Anouk J. de Brouwer, Eli Brenner, W. Pieter Medendorp and Jeroen B.J. Smeets

151 - Saccade targeting of spatially extended objects: A Bayesian model
André Krügel and Ralf Engbert

152 - A simulation study of retinal enhancement effects caused by fixation eye movements
Takeshi Kohama, Takuya Fukuoka and Hisashi Yoshida

153 - Computational mechanisms of visual stability
Fred Hamker and Arnold Ziesche

154 - Motion direction integration following the onset of multistable stimuli (I): dynamic shifts in both perception and eye movements depend on signal strength
Andrew Meso, James Rankin, Olivier Faugeras, Pierre Kornprobst and Guillaume Masson

155 - Perceived motion blur and spatial-interval acuity during smooth pursuit eye movements and fixation
Harold E. Bedell, Michael J. Moulder and Jin Qian

156 - What can eye movements tell us about object recognition in the normal and impaired visual system? The case of integrative agnosia
Charles Leek, Candy Patterson, Robert Rafal and Filipe Cristino

157 - Instrumental activities of daily life in Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
Céline Delerue, Miguel Thibaut, Thi Ha Chau Tran and Muriel Boucart

158 - Object and scene exploration in people with age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
Miguel Thibaut, Céline Delerue, Tran Thi Ha Chau and Boucart Muriel

159 - Predicting which objects will be named in an image
Alasdair Clarke, Moreno Coco and Frank Keller

160 - Illusory perceptual mislocalization of a spatially extended target does not effect eye movements
Dhanraj Vishwanath

161 - Why you are more likely to see a snail move if it is surrounded by grasshoppers: Influence of the prior assumption of stationarity on saccadic suppression
Marianne Duyck, Mark Wexler and Thérèse Collins

162 - Peripheral spatial frequency processing affects timing and metrics of saccades
Jochen Laubrock, Anke Cajar and Ralf Engbert

163 - Effect of perceptual grouping by similarity on eye movements in processing simple visual stimuli
Ivars Lacis, Ilze Laicane and Jurgis Skilters

164 - Eye movement deficits in neglect dyslexia
Silvia Primativo, Lisa Saskia Arduino, Maria De Luca, Roberta Daini and Marialuisa Martelli

165 - Reading parallel texts - augmentation and eye movements
Gavin Brelstaff, Francesca Chessa, Ludovica Lorusso and Enrico Grosso

166 - Post-saccadic location judgements after presentation of multiple target-like objects
Sven Ohl, Stephan Brandt and Reinhold Kliegl

167 - The effect of compensatory scanning training on visual scanning in hemianopia patients
Gera de Haan, Joost Heutink, Bart Melis-Dankers, Oliver Tucha and Wiebo Brouwer

Learning and memory

168 - The effect of the subjective congruency of linguistic labels on boundary extension
Kentaro Inomata

170 - Always trust the congenitally blind man
Achille Pasqualotto and Michael J Proulx

171 - Short-term changes in expectations flexibly modulate the appearance of ambiguous stimuli
Marcus Rothkirch, Katharina Schmack, Richard Murphy and Philipp Sterzer

172 - Using recollection and familiarity to investigate view generalization in object recognition
William Hayward

173 - Nicotine facilitates memory consolidation in perceptual learning
Anton Beer, Devavrat Vartak and Mark Greenlee

174 - Individual Differences in Semantic and Spatial Scene Gist Processing
Anne Hillstrom and Davina Patel

Retina, MEG

175 - Spatial weighting of visual motion coding in manual following response and MEG
Hiroaki Gomi, Kaoru Amano and Toshitaka Kimura

176 - MEG evidence for early sensitivity to spatial phase congruency in human primary visual cortex
Linda Henriksson, Aapo Hyvärinen and Simo Vanni

177 - Visual discrimination performance dependence on the individual peculiarities of the retina structures
Olga Vakhrameeva, Mikhail Sukhinin, Svetlana Muravieva, Dmitry Demidov and Yuri E. Shelepin

178 - Visual hyperacuity estimated with apparent motion
Alexander Garusev and Victor Doubrovski