Posters Wednesday 5th September 2012


Topic Time
Adaptation 11.00-12.30
Ageing and development 11.00-12.30
fMRI 11.00-12.30
Organization, Learning and Action 11.00-12.30
Aftereffects 15.30-17.00
Brightness and lightness 15.30-17.00
Consciousness 15.30-17.00
Contours and Contrast 15.30-17.00
Multisensory processing 15.30-17.00
Multistability, Rivalry 15.30-17.00
Spatial Vision 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.

Wednesday 5 September 2012, 11.00-12.30


1 - Ecological visuomotor tasks during prism adaptation cause larger aftereffects than repeated pointings in healty participants
Elena Calzolari, Paola Fortis, Roberta Ronchi, Marcello Gallucci and Giuseppe Vallar

2 - Filling-in with Afterimage after MIB without Adaptation while MIB
Ryo Shohara, Makoto Katsumura and Seiichiro Naito

3 - MIB and Filling-in with Transient Change of Background, Target or Both
Makoto Katsumura, Ryo Shohara and Seiichiro Naito

4 - Top-down control modulates face aftereffects
Pamela Pallett, Donald MacLeod and Ming Meng

5 - Reduced face identity aftereffects in relatives of children with autism
Chiara Fiorentini, Laura Gray, Gillian Rhodes, Linda Jeffery and Elizabeth Pellicano

6 - In pursuit of afterimage perception: Interactions with eye movements and contours
Georgie Powell, Aline Bompas and Petroc Sumner

7 - Race-contingent face aftereffects: A result of perceived racial typicality or racial categorisation?
O. Scott Gwinn and Kevin Brooks

8 - Influence of visual illusions on some dynamic parameters of human vertical posture.
Svetlana Rychkova, Natalya Holmogorova and Galina Rozhkova

9 - The positional motion aftereffect is spatially selective in world coordinates
Marco Turi and David Charles Burr

10 - Motion-form interactions beyond the motion integration level: psychophysical evidence for interactions between orientation and optic flow signals
George Mather, Rosilari Bellacosa Marotti and Andrea Pavan

11 - The role of stationary and dynamic test patterns in rapid forms of motion aftereffect
Maris Skujevskis and Andrea Pavan

12 - Retinal and extra-retinal motion aftereffects compared
Tom C Freeman, Eleanor Boot, Helen Brown and J Rhys Davies

13 - The reference frame of the motion after effect
Niia Nikolova and Sabine Raphael

14 - Crossmodal adaptation aftereffects following observation of human hand actions
Stephen Page and Nick Barraclough

15 - Adaptation transfer effects are moderated by the similarity to the adaptors
Stella Faerber and Claus Christian Carbon

16 - Effects of Perceived Strength of Illusory Contours on Tilt Aftereffects
Gurjyot Singh, Gennady Erlikhman, Tandra Ghose and Zili Liu

17 - How Expectation changes the appreciation of arts.
Peter Kraemer and Claus-Christian Carbon

18 - The boundary conditions of priming of attentional choice: From passive viewing through task-relevant working memory load
Arni Kristjansson, Styrmir Saevarsson and Jon Driver

19 - High attentional load improves saccadic adaptation
Peggy Gerardin, Alessandro Farne and Denis Pélisson

20 - Visual search with covert adapted saccades
Annegret Meermeier, Katharina Havermann and Markus Lappe

21 - Dividing attention into multiple modalities impairs the motor-visual temporal recalibration
Masaki Tsujita and Makoto Ichikawa

22 - Lightness constancy can be enhanced by optimal exploratory gaze
Rob Lee and Hannah Smithson

23 - Adaptation to binocularly fused colors
Hiroshi Yamano and Eiji Kimura

24 - Predicting categorical colour perception in successive colour constancy
Jordi Roca, C. Alejandro Parraga and Maria Vanrell

25 - Conformity of dichromate colour samples to colorimetry, colour appearance, and psychophysics
Sergejs Fomins, Maris Ozolinsh and Kaiva Luse

26 - High-level color adaptation for familiar objects
Teresa López Hernan Perez, Claus Christian Carbon and Vera Hesslinger

27 - The speed of adaptation as a function of eccentricity and fields luminances adaptation
Alejandro H. Gloriani, Beatriz M. Matesanz, Isabel Arranz, C. de La Rosa, Luis Issolio, José Antonio Menéndez, Alicia Galindo, Santiago Mar and Juan Antonio Aparicio

28 - Steady-state visual-evoked potential adaptation to faces is invariant to orientation, viewpoint and emotions.
Pál Vakli, Kornél Németh, Márta Zimmer and Gyula Kovács

29 - Investigating face identity perception using event-related steady-state visual evoked potentials
Joan Liu-Shuang, Anthony M. Norcia and Bruno Rossion

30 - Adaptation to grating motion reduces pattern selectivity in area MT
Adam Kohn, Carlyn A Patterson and Stephanie C Wissig

31 - Spatial specificity and inheritance of adaptation in the human visual system
Sarah Harrison and Jonas Larsson

32 - Number adaptation does not alter BOLD signal in V1
Elisa Castaldi, David Aagten-Murphy, Michela Tosetti, David Burr and Maria Concetta Morrone

33 - Visuomotor tracking: Minimizing visual error does not rely on visual error alone
Loes Van Dam, Dan Li and Marc Ernst

34 - Size adaptation affects the perceived size and the BOLD activation of area V1
Arezoo Pooresmaeili, Roberto Arrighi and Maria Concetta Morrone

35 - Motion-direction specificity for adaptation-induced duration compression depends on temporal frequency.
Aurelio Bruno, Eugenie Ng and Alan Johnston

36 - Craniotopic adaptation-based changes to perceived event-duration are not accompanied by changes in perceived onset or offset of stimulus.
Tiziana Vercillo, Debora Pittelli, Guido Marco Cicchini and David Burr

Ageing and development

37 - Visual spatiotemporal processing in the elderly
Marina Kunchulia, Karin S. Pilz, Khatuna Parkosadze and Michael H. Herzog

38 - Changes of beta-band power reveal attentional deficits in visual performance of elderly subjects
Mateusz Gola, Mikolaj Magnuski, Izabela Szumska and Andrzej Wrobel

39 - Early susceptibility to visual illusions after treatment for early-onset blindness
Pawan Sinha, Tapan Gandhi, Amy Kalia and Garga Chatterjee

40 - Consuming dietary flavonoids found in cocoa and berries improves performance on tests of visual function.
David T. Field, Michela Muggeo, Caroline Saunders, Claire Williams and Laurie Butler

41 - Effect of color and word cues on the following color discrimination task in the elderly
Satoko Ohtsuka, Masaru Takeichi and Takeharu Seno

42 - The Rapid Peripheral Motion Contrast Threshold (RPMCT) Test : Preliminary Validation of a 2 Minute Screening Test for Older Driver Competency.
Heather Woods-Fry, Steven Henderson, Sylvain Gagnon and Charles A. Collin

43 - Does age impact on eye-movement patterns and perceptual biases during face processing?
Louise Williams and Stephen Butler

44 - Age-related differences in the perception of expressive movements in point-light displays of dancers
Ramona Kaiser, Vassilis Sevdalis and Peter E. Keller

45 - A projection method for investigating indoor lighting needs of visually impaired people: validation
Frank Hoeben and Herman Talsma

46 - Ageing effects on visual field asymmetries within magno and parvocellular pathways
Maria Loureiro, Catarina Mateus, Bárbara Oliveiros, Pedro Fonseca and Miguel Castelo-Branco

47 - Age-Related Changes of Contrast Discrimination Threshold and Contrast Response
Katsunori Okajima

48 - Age-related changes in saccadic suppression
Senay Aydin, Velitchko Manahilov and Niall C. Strang

49 - On the relation between face perception and visuo-spatial abilities in normal and pathological aging
Delphine Gandini, Isabelle Rouleau and Sven Joubert

50 - Effect of age perception and lineup procedure on face recognition
Jae Seon Song, Woo Hyun Jung and Seungbok Lee

51 - Changing views: the role of ageing in the matching of unfamiliar faces across dynamic or static changes in viewpoint
Corrina Maguinness and Fiona N Newell

52 - Near-infrared spectroscopy detects specific inferior-frontal activation during visual memory tasks in elderly
Mitsunobu Kunimi

53 - Global motion perception at low speed is reduced due to increased internal noise and reduced sampling efficiency in young, mid-aged and old observers.
Lotte-Guri Bogfjellmo, Peter J. Bex and Helle Kristine Falkenberg

54 - The effect of visual field loss on non-foveal visual localisation and pointing precision
Nikki Rubinstein, Andrew Anderson, Anna Ma-Wyatt, Mark Walland and Allison McKendrick

55 - The influence of auditory interference on imitations of observed sequential movements in young and older adults
John Stapleton and Fiona N. Newell

56 - A comparison of older and younger adult performance for multisensory integration of visual and auditory rate information
Allison Mckendrick, Cassandra Brooks, Andrew Anderson, Neil Roach and Paul McGraw

57 - Spatial-frequency and category-specific deficits in normal aging
Pierre Bordaberry and Sandrine Delord

58 - Words do not automatically activate semantic networks in the brains of already proficiently reading children
Tessa Dekker, Denis Mareschal, Martin I. Sereno and Mark H. Johnson

59 - Do delay release the verbal overshadowing effect in child and adult eyewitnesses?
Valentine Vanootighem, Serge Brédart and Hedwige Dehon

60 - The development of speed discrimination abilities
Catherine Manning, David Aagten-Murphy and Liz Pellicano

61 - The Development of Global Motion Sensitivity in Children
Fleur Corbett and John Wattam-Bell

62 - Coherent motion and coherent form perception in developmental dyslexia
Sara Giovagnoli, Sara Magri, Roberto Bolzani and Mariagrazia Benassi

63 - Developmental Processes in Audiovisual Object Recognition and Object Location
Maeve M Barrett and Fiona N Newell

64 - Early development of dynamic shape perception on the slit viewing condition
Tomoko Imura and Nobu Shirai


65 - Representation of Egomotion in the Brain and Its Relation to Vection
Maiko Uesaki and Hiroshi Ashida

66 - Making sense of noisy visual input: interactions between lateral and medial ventral brain regions associated with object recognition
Barbara Nordhjem, Anne Marthe Meppelink, Branislava Curcic-Blake, Remco Renken, Bauke M. de Jong, Klaus L. Leenders, Teus van Laar and Frans W. Cornelissen

67 - Processing of relative visual location in the Superior Parietal Lobule (SPL)
Laura A. Inman and David T. Field

68 - Action Understanding within and outside the motor system
Sandra Petris and Angelika Lingnau

69 - Activation of parahippocampal place area when looking at geographic maps: an fMRI study
Renata Rozovskaya and Ekaterina Pechenkova

70 - Neural bases for individual differences in the experience of time
Jason Tipples, Patrick Johnston and Victoria Brattan

71 - Classification of Material Properties
Elisabeth Baumgartner, Christiane B. Wiebel, Richard H. A. H. Jacobs and Karl R. Gegenfurtner

72 - Material categories in the brain
Richard H. A. H. Jacobs, Elisabeth Baumgartner and Karl R. Gegenfurtner

73 - Representation of changing heading in Cingulate Sulcus Visual Area (CSv)
Michele Furlan, John Wann and Andrew T. Smith

Organization, Learning and Action

74 - Independence between action components in catching revealed by visual uncertainty.
Joan Lopez-Moliner

75 - Temporal dynamics of candidate interpretations during object recognition
Katrien Torfs, Sven Panis, Annelies Bartlema and Johan Wagemans

76 - Adaptation to temporal delays requires dynamic feedback
Cristina de La Malla, Joan Lopez-Moliner and Eli Brenner

77 - Objects affords kinematic properties of potential actions
Aurelien Richez, Yann Coello and Gérard Olivier

78 - Can people change their choice of grasping points during the grasping movement?
Dimitris Voudouris, Jeroen B.J. Smeets and Eli Brenner

79 - Visual and visuomotor perceptual learning: two distinct mechanisms
Lukasz Grzeczkowski, Fred W. Mast and Michael H. Herzog

80 - Motor action reduces the temporal asynchrony between two visual but not visuo-tactile changes.
Xavier Corveleyn, Joan Lopez-Moliner and Yann Coello

81 - Modality differences in rhythm perception of human movement
Mauro Murgia and Penny McCullagh

82 - How perceptual learning shapes perception
Céline Cappe, Christine Mohr and Michael Herzog

83 - Perceptual learning can be improved by transcranial random noise stimulation
Anna Fertonani, Cornelia Pirulli and Carlo Miniussi

84 - Which is the best timing for neuroplasticity induction in a perceptual learning task?
Cornelia Pirulli, Anna Fertonani and Carlo Miniussi

85 - Illusory Contours Obtained by Means of Cast Shadows
Paolo Bonaiuto

86 - Anomalous structure from motion from figure-ground
Vicky Froyen, Jacob Feldman and Manish Singh

87 - Rectangle transformations and size bisection
Walter Gerbino and Giacomo Bulgarelli

88 - Perception of shape in apparent motion displays
Aleksandra Zharikova, Sergei Gepshtein and Cees van Leeuwen

89 - Perception of angles between surfaces is biased towards right angles
Torsten Betz and Marianne Maertens

90 - Is there a common underlying factor in global vs. local biases in perceptual organization?
Lee De-Wit, Sander Van de Cruys, Lore Verhoogen and Johan Wagemans

91 - Multisensory interaction in prism adaptation
Manfred Fahle, Mona Bornschlegl and Gordon Redding

92 - Assessing near vision function: The Italian version of the Radner Reading Chart
Alessandro Fossetti, Antonio Calossi, Laura Boccardo and Wolfgang Radner

Wednesday 5 September 2012, 15.30-17.00


93 - Waving-hand steganography by use of 480-fps LED panel
Hirotsugu Yamamoto, Farhan Syahmi and Shiro Suyama

94 - Local contextual interactions result in global shape misperception
David Badcock, Edwin Dickinson, Clare Harman and Renita Almeida

Brightness and lightness

95 - Articulation effects of 3D backgrounds in the simultaneous lightness contrast illusion
Galina Menshikova, Elizaveta Luniakova, Denis Zakharkin and Maxim Pestun

96 - Embedding color perception into a variational framework
Edoardo Provenzi and Vicent Caselles

97 - Induced curvature and size change by a series of luminance ramps
Mariann Hudak and János Geier

98 - Is the tremor of an eye involved in the decomposition of a complex image into simpler fragments over time?
Dalius Matuzevicius and Henrikas Vaitkevicius

99 - Brightness variation in function of stimulus exposure time
Simone Gori, Luca Ronconi, Tiziano Agostini and Andrea Facoetti

100 - Effect Of Stimulus Intensity On Lrp Latency, Rt In Simple And Choice Tasks
Agnieszka Nowik, Jerzy Moczko and Ewa Marzec

101 - Filling-in versus multiscale filtering: Measuring the magnitude of induction as a function of the distance from the test/inducing field edge
Barbara Blakeslee and Mark McCourt

102 - Spatial Structure of Contextual Modulation
Colin Clifford and Isabelle Mareschal

103 - Switching off brightness induction through induction-reversed images
Olivier Penacchio, Laura Dempere-Marco and Xavier Otazu

104 - Effect of relative total area on perceived lightness
Huseyin Boyaci, Mahru Kobal and Ece Subasi


105 - The effect of visual long-term memory on change detection
Megumi Nishiyama and Jun Kawaguchi

106 - Social influence alters perception
Jacob Jolij

107 - Neural activity in human visual cortex predicts bistable perceptual state durations
Niels Kloosterman, Arjan Hillebrand, Bob van Dijk, Victor Lamme and Tobias Donner

108 - Sensory processing in the absence of conscious awareness improves decision-making
Alexandra Vlassova and Joel Pearson

109 - Relation between electrophysiological correlates of affective conditioning and the discriminability and detectability of stimuli in metacontrast masking
Philipp Hintze, Markus Junghöfer and Maximilian Bruchmann

110 - Unconscious evaluative conditioning: Attitude change induced by invisible words
Su-Ling Yeh, Hung-Yu Lin, Shuo-Heng Li and Meng-Ning Tsai

111 - Amygdala response for faces in a patient with cortical blindness
Alan Pegna, Alexis Hervais-Adelman, Legrand Lore, Marzia Del Zotto and Beatrice de Gelder

112 - Dissociation between eye movements and motion perception in bistable motion plaid perception for 1D motion, not 2D motion
Jean-Michel Hupé

113 - Co-ordination of voluntary and automatic eye-movements: Accuracy of saccades made during concomitant optokinetic nystagmus
James Harrison, Petroc Sumner and Tom Freeman

114 - Delusions and the role of beliefs in perceptual inference
Philipp Sterzer, Marcus Rothkirch, Maria Sekutowicz, Hannes Rössler, John-Dylan Haynes and Katharina Schmack

115 - What’s so special about motion? Its’ all in the tail!
Derek Arnold, Welber Marinovic and David Whitney

116 - Timing the Rubber Hand Illusion: Owning the rubber hand involves substitution, not addition
An-Yi Chang, Timothy Lane and Su-Ling Yeh

117 - Hearing lips and (not) seeing voices: Audiovisual integration with the suppressed percept
Manuel Vidal and Victor Barrès

118 - The influence of rotational speed and line width on perceptual reversals of the Lissajous figure
Veith Weilnhammer, Karin T. Ludwig Ludwig, Philipp Sterzer and Guido Hesselmann

119 - How subliminal visual input modulates visual short-term memory and imagery
Silvia Bona, Zaira Cattaneo, Tomaso Vecchi and Juha Silvanto

120 - Enforcing double dissociations between measures of priming and awareness (or anything else)
Thomas Schmidt

121 - Interocular suppression eliminates the processing of perceptual ambiguity
Karin T. Ludwig, Veith A. Weilnhammer, Alexander Pastukhov, Philipp Sterzer and Guido Hesselmann

122 - Distinct Patterns of Spontaneous Fluctuations in Human Visual Cortex Reflect the Rate and Duration of Bistable Perceptual States
Tobias Donner, Dov Sagi, Yoram Bonneh and David Heeger

123 - Developing continuous flash suppression for moving stimuli
Pieter Moors, Johan Wagemans and Lee De-Wit

124 - Abrupt color change of a previewed mask reinstates object substitution masking
Nobuyuki Hirose, Shouta Hattori and Shuji Mori

125 - Top-down mechanisms and conscious visual experience
Alba Grieco and Armando Oliveira

126 - A direct model of indirect perception: the spread mind model
Riccardo Manzotti

Contours and Contrast

127 - Global and local factors in the enhanched checkered tilt illusion
Stefano Guidi, Oronzo Parlangeli and Sergioi Roncato

128 - Synergy of orientation, color and spatial frequency in shape detection
Guenter Meinhardt and Malte Persike

129 - Individual differences in the influence of contours on crowding
Steven Dakin and Calum Glen

130 - Visual perception of forms in 5-12 years old children measured by Form Test
Elena Bertossi, Sara Giovagnoli, Kerstin Hellgren, Roberto Bolzani and Mariagrazia Benassi

131 - Effects of learning in amodal completion: an EEG study
Simon Jan Hazenberg, Marijtje Jongsma, Arno Koning and Rob Van Lier

132 - Poggendorff illusion with all-second-order contours
David Rose and Paola Bressan

133 - Sensitivity to the Local Shape Information of Natural Images
Holly Gerhard and Matthias Bethge

134 - The role of motion information in contour integration: new insights
Rosilari Bellacosa Marotti and Clara Casco

135 - Inferior superiority: shape discrimination is better in the lower compared to the upper visual field
Gunnar Schmidtmann, Graeme J. Kennedy, Harry S. Orbach and Gunter Loffler

136 - Local density differences in perceptual grouping displays
Bart Machilsen, Johan Wagemans and Maarten Demeyer

137 - A convexity bias in peripheral contour integration
Maarten Demeyer, Bart Machilsen and Johan Wagemans

138 - Task differences in snake and ladder perception
Kathleen Vancleef and Johan Wagemans

139 - Psychophysical Indications of Recurrent Processing in Shape Perception
Jan Drewes, Galina Goren and James H. Elder

140 - Classification images for detection and discrimination of contours and shapes
Viljami Salmela and Miika Leppänen

141 - Black or white? Effects of luminance polarity on target detection and discrimination
Marlis Gerdes and Cristina Meinecke

142 - Circle size judgment by psychophysical scaling
Marcelo Costa, Balász Vince Nagy and Adsson Magalhães

143 - Developmental processes underlying orientation discrimination during childhood
Dave Ellemberg, Samuel St-Jacques, Mathilde St-Louis-Deschenes, Annie Baillargeon-Blais and Élise Labonté-Lemoyne

144 - Electrophysiological correlates of contrast perception
Piercarlo Mauri, Manuela Ruzzoli, Carlo Miniussi and Debora Brignani

145 - Orientation tuning of near and far surround modulation in V1 cells and in human perception
Nurminen Lauri, Shushruth Shushruth, Maryam Bijanzadeh, Simo Vanni and Alessandra Angelucci

146 - Searching in the dark - Saccades during scotopic and photopic visual search
Vivian C. Paulun, Alexander C. Schütz and Karl R. Gegenfurtner

147 - Perceived speed and uncertainty: Can a Bayesian model of speed perception account for the effects of contrast?
Kevin Brooks and Kirsten Challinor

148 - Modelling grating and bandpass natural-scene contrast-discrimination dippers
Michelle To, Mazviita Chirimuuta, Edward Turnham and David J. Tolhurst

149 - Mirror symmetrical visual facilitation elicited by contingent auditory signals
Yasuto Tanaka

150 - Background influence on object detection in natural scenes
Justin Plantier, Stephane Buffat and Corinne Roumes

151 - The effect of contrast on preference of print size
Nobuyuki Nagai

152 - A reevaluation of area summation of contrast with compensation for retinal inhomogeneity
Alex S. Baldwin, Tim S. Meese and Daniel H. Baker

153 - Spatial integration within and between first- and second-order stimuli
Robert Summers, Daniel Baker and Tim Meese

Multisensory processing

154 - The Effects of Size, Duration, and Luminance of Visual Line on Apparent Vertical While the Head was Tilted
Atsuki Higashiyama

155 - Auditory stimuli modulates visual time dilation illusion
Takuro Kayahara

156 - Similar systematic biases in visual and vestibular heading perception
Luigi Cuturi and Paul MacNeilage

157 - The central tendency of judgment: a consequence of Bayesian estimation?
Neil Roach, James Heron, Paul McGraw and David Whitaker

158 - Audio-visual synchrony detection under scotopic conditions
John Cass, Kate Churruca, Erik Van der Burg and David Alais

Multistability, Rivalry

159 - The association between dopamine-related gene polymorphisms and perceptual stability
Maria Sekutowicz, Katharina Schmack, Hannes Rössler, Eva J. Brandl, Daniel J. Müller and Philipp Sterzer

160 - Memory effects in bi-stable depth-order perception: Adaptation and beyond
Naoki Kogo, David Stuer, Elia Acke, Raymond van Ee and Johan Wagemans

161 - Individual differences in matching and labelling facial expressions: is there an association with the ability to recognise vocal expressions or facial identity?
Romina Palermo, Kirsty B. O'Connor, Joshua M. Davis, Elinor McKone and Jessica Irons

Spatial Vision

163 - Feature Integration in visual shape detection and discrimination
Malte Persike and Günter Meinhardt

164 - Temporal dynamics of relative spatial frequency tuning of human perception
Tomoyuki Naito, Naofumi Suematsu, Eriko Matsumoto and Hiromichi Sato

165 - Depth of Field and Visual Discomfort
Louise O'Hare, Tingting Zhang, Harold Nefs and Paul Hibbard

166 - Cityscape Impressions from Harbin Historical Postcards
Hiroshi Yamada, Nozomi Takahashi, Takahiro Nukui, Masashi Takahashi, Ryuta Suzuki, Hiroyuki Yoshida, Seiich Tani and Mitsuhiro Matsushige

167 - Influences of temporally preceding contexts on boundary extension
Ayumi Egawa and Eiji Kimura

168 - Scene categorization at large visual eccentricities
Muriel Boucart, Miguel Thibaut, Christine Moroni, Michelle Greene and Sebastien Szaffarczyk

169 - Psychophysical Point: a disc becomes a point when Weber's law fails
Hiroshi Ono, Esther González and Linda Lillakas

170 - Sensitivity to numerosity is not a unique visual psychophysical predictor of mathematical ability
Marc S Tibber, Gemma Sl Manasseh, Richard C Clarke, Galina Gagin, Sonja N Swanbeck, Brian Butterworth, R Beau Lotto and Steven C Dakin

171 - Backward masking reveals different visual processing of schizophrenic and depressive patients
Maya Roinishvili, Eka Chkonia, Liza Reichard, Wenke Wurch, Hendrik Puhlmann, Cathleen Grimsen, Michael Herzog and Andreas Brand

172 - Is texture segregation strictly feedforward?
G. Marina Veltkamp, Andreas Weber and Thomas Schmidt

173 - Investigation of the Inattentional Blindness for Dynamic Events as a Result of Saccadic Suppression
Yuri Shelepin, Maria Kuvaldina, Alexei Harauzov, Olga Vakhrameeva, Sergei Pronin and Polina Yamschinina

174 - How does the optical quality of the eye affect letter recognition and reading? Task-specific effects are revealed for optical distortions of text
Laura Young, Hannah Smithson, Gordon Love and Simon Liversedge