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Monday 3 September 2012

3D perception I

Chair Brian Rogers
09:00-11:00, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

09:00 - Perceived slant of rectangular grids viewed on slanted screens
Casper Erkelens

09:15 - Binocular fusion, suppression and diplopia: effects of disparity, contrast polarity and contrast imbalance
Stuart Wallis and Mark Georgeson

09:30 - Nonlinear binocular summation and interocular suppression implement binocular fusion: a unification of two models
Mark Georgeson and Stuart Wallis

09:45 - Depth constancy and frontal-plane scaling in the absence of vertical disparities
Brian Rogers

10:00 - Phantom Contours in da Vinci Stereopsis
Barbara Gillam and Susan Wardle

10:15 - Broad spatial tunings of the object aftereffect: Evidence for global statistical representations of 3D shape and material
Isamu Motoyoshi

10:30 - Apparent motion in depth: first attempts
Nicholas Wade

10:45 - The role of stereopsis in figural grouping versus segmentation
Lesley Deas and Laurie M. Wilcox

Colour perception

Chair John Mollon
09:00-11:00, Sala Hall

09:00 - Chromatic adaptation concomitantly displaces a subjective category boundary and a locus of enhanced discrimination.
John Mollon and Marina Danilova

09:15 - Effects of contour frequency and amplitude on the strength of the Watercolor Effect
"Peggy Gerardin, Michel Dojat, Frédéric Devinck and Kenneth Knoblauch"

09:30 - Color information processing in early visual analysis
"Maria Michela Del Viva, Noemi Tarallo, Daniele Benedetti, Giovanni Punzi and Steven Shevell"

09:45 - Modeling the receptive structure of midget ganglion cells
Barry Lee and Dingcai Cao

10:00 - Colour and luminance inputs into mid- and high-level vision
Ben J. Jennings and Jasna Martinovic

10:15 - Heterozygotes for colour vision deficiency reveal themselves in a test of spatial resolution.
Marina Danilova, Chloe Chan and John Mollon

10:30 - Multiple S-cone signals in BCM and ESCS patients
Caterina Ripamonti, G. Bruce Henning and Andrew Stockman

Face processing

Chair Peter Thompson
14:00-15:30, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

14:15 - The congruency effect in the composite face paradigm
Bozana Meinhardt-Injac, Malte Persike and Günter Meinhardt

14:30 - The contributions of external and internal features to face discrimination
Gunter Loffler, Andrew J Logan, Sara Rafique and Gael E Gordon

14:45 - Orientation tuning for faces in the Fusiform Face Area and Primary Visual Cortex
Valerie Goffaux, Felix Duecker, Christine Schiltz and Rainer Goebel

15:00 - When faced with faces: individual differences in face perception and recognition
Roeland J. Verhallen, Gary Bargary, Jenny M. Bosten, Patrick T. Goodbourn, Adam J. Lawrance-Owen and J. D. Mollon

15:15 - Extensive visual training in adulthood significantly reduces the face inversion effect
Giulia Dormal, Renaud Laguesse, Aurélie Biervoye, Dana Kuefner and Bruno Rossion

Motion processing

Chair Mark Greenlee
14:00-15:30, Sala Hall

14:00 - Acceleration is detected by comparing initial and final velocities
Brian Timney, Samantha Kearney and Benjamin Asa

14:15 - Short term memory for visual coherent motion direction revealed by visual masking
Andrea Pavan, Dominik Langgartner and Mark W. Greenlee

14:30 - Perceived motion of moving barber pole arrays is determined by a streaming process.
George Sperling, Peng Sun and Charles Chubb

14:45 - Integration of visual-vestibular information for self-motion perception: Role of posterior insular cortex
Mark W. Greenlee, Sebastian M. Frank, Oliver Baumann and Jason Mattingley

15:00 - Disparate persistence of illusory depth and illusory motion in structure-from-motion displays
Jochen Braun and Alexander Pastukhov

15:15 - Motion direction integration following the onset of multistable stimuli (II): stability properties explain dynamic shifts in the dominant perceived direction
James Rankin, Andrew I. Meso, Guillaume S. Masson, Olivier Faugeras and Pierre Kornprobst

Tuesday 4 September 2012

3D perception II

Chair Thomas Papathomas
09:00-11:00, Salon del Emperador

09:00 - The Herringbone Depth Effect: The Tower of Toulouse
Kenneth Brecher

09:15 - Depicting the visual field in art and science
Robert Pepperell

09:30 - Distinct correlates of reversing illusory rotation or depth for the structure-from-motion: an MEG study
Alexander Pastukhov, Mandy Bartsch, Solveiga Stonkute, Jens-Max Hopf and Jochen Braun

09:45 - Recovering 3-D shape: Roles of absolute and relative disparity, retinal size, and vergence as revealed by reverse-perspective stimuli
Thomas V. Papathomas, Joshua Dobias, Daniel Moritz and Geetika Baghel

10:00 - Time in Perspective
Andrei Gorea and Janice Hau

10:15 - From Orientation Flows to Surface Inferences
Steven Zucker, Benjamin Kunsberg and Roland Fleming

10:30 - Stereomotion scotomas in healthy subjects: stability and cue-dependence
Martijn Barendregt, Serge Dumoulin and Bas Rokers

10:45 - Missperception helps the action – anisotropy of perceived distance and effort
Oliver Toskovic

Attention I

Chair Frans Verstraten
09:00-11:00, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

09:00 - Effective processing of masked eye-gaze requires volitional control
Shahd Al-Janabi and Matthew Finkbeiner

09:15 - Visual Attention: Is Posner’s beam the same as Treisman’s glue?
Robert Snowden

09:30 - Emotion potentiates the effect of attention on appearance
Antoine Barbot and Marisa Carrasco

09:45 - A bias against higher level processing in the learning of individuals with autism: observations in an image feature level visual search task under the interference of object level information
Li Zhaoping, Mara Tribull and Sarah White

10:00 - Treating others as intentional agents influences our own perception. An EEG study
Agnieszka Wykowska, Eva Wiese and Hermann Müller

10:15 - Stimulus Context Modulates the Speed of Visual Attention in Illusory Figure Localization
Thomas Töllner, Markus Conci and Hermann Josef Müller

10:30 - EEG cross-frequency interaction during an RSVP task
Chie Nakatani and Cees van Leeuwen

10:45 - Does visual search have a memory?
Svetlana Bialkova, Andrey Nikolaev and Cees van Leeuwen

Eye movements

Chair Stefano Baldassi
14:00-15:30, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

14:00 - Perisaccadic broadening of receptive fields predicts compression of space and time
Guido Marco Cicchini and Maria Concetta Morrone

14:15 - Acoustic modulation of perisaccadic visual detection
Michela Panichi, Francesco Guidotti and Stefano Baldassi

14:30 - The influence of perceptual grouping by proximity and good continuation on saccadic eye movements
Tandra Ghose, Frouke Hermens and Johan Wagemans

14:45 - Scene context and object information interact during the first epoch of scene inspection
Sara Spotorno, George Malcolm and Benjamin Tatler

15:00 - Spatiotopic maps take time to construct
Eckart Zimmermann, David Burr and Maria Concetta Morrone

15:15 - Optimal integration of afferent and efferent signals in spatial localization
Martina Poletti, David Burr and Michele Rucci


Chair Patrick Cavanagh
14:00-15:30, Sala Hall

14:00 - Chromatic crowding-effect for cone-isolating stimuli
Tatiana Bryakileva and Marina Danilova

14:15 - When crowding of crowding leads to uncrowding
Mauro Manassi and Michael H Herzog

14:30 - Crowding suppresses the N1 wave
Vitaly Chicherov, Gijs Plomp and Michael H. Herzog

14:45 - Temporal dynamics of the remote facilitation effect in crowding
Bilge Sayim, John A. Greenwood and Patrick Cavanagh

15:00 - Perceptual learning enables the brain to overcome the blurred image received from the aging eye.
Uri Polat, Maria Lev, Oren Yehezkel and Anna Sterkin

15:15 - When perceived global shape is different from the sum of its parts
Branka Spehar and Luke Vu

Adaptation I

Chair Qasim Zaidi
17:00-18-30, Salon del Emperador

17:00 - Size adaptation effects are independent of spatial frequency aftereffects
Daniel H. Baker and Tim S. Meese

17:15 - The effect of surface material on colour constancy ?
Annette Werner and Lara Zebrowski

17:30 - Statistical context alters perceived similarity: Gabor patches appear much more similar when large patch differences prevail
Alexander N Sokolov, Joachim Frederic Eicher and Paul Enck

17:45 - Adaptation in visual cortex equalizes population responses
Andrea Benucci and Matteo Carandini

18:00 - Extreme motion aftereffects
Mark Wexler, Andrew Glennerster and Patrick Cavanagh

18:15 - Inferences of material properties based on frequency-band analyses
Qasim Zaidi and Martin Giesel

Clinical vision

Chair Concetta Morrone
17:00-18-30, Sala Hall

17:00 - Two colour blind simulation tools evaluated using simulcheck.
Julio Lillo, Leticia Alvaro, Humberto Moreira and Delia Majarín

17:15 - Number sense in autism
Elizabeth Pellicano, David Aagten-Murphy, Niki Daniel and David Burr

17:30 - Perception of numerosity, time and attention in preterm children of low birth-weight
Francesca Tinelli, Giovanni Anobile, Monica Gori, David Aagten-Murphy, Giovanni Cioni, David Charles Burr and Maria Concetta Morrone

17:45 - Functional modulation of object-selective areas in stoke patients with ventral cortical lesions
Maren Prass, Cathleen Grimsen, Freimuth Brunner, Andreas Kastrup and Manfred Fahle

18:00 - Retinotopic maps in human visual cortex following hemispherectomy at age 3
Frans Cornelissen and Koen Haak

18:15 - Consequences of chiasmatic abnormalities on the organisation of the ventral processing stream
Falko R. Kaule, Barbara Wolynski, Anil Kumar, Irene Gottlob, Jörg Stadler, Oliver Speck, Martin Kanowski, Synke Meltendorf and Michael B. Hoffmann

Biological motion

Chair Marina Pavlova
17:00-18-30, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

17:00 - Dynamics of walking adaptation aftereffects induced in static images of walking actors
Nick Barraclough, Jennifer Ingham and Stephen Page

17:15 - Emotion through point-light human locomotion: gender effects
Marina Pavlova, Samuel Krüger, Alexander N. Sokolov and Ingeborg Krägeloh-Mann

17:30 - Structural connection between the cerebellum and temporal cortex underpinning biological motion processing
Arseny Sokolov, Michael Erb, Wolfgang Grodd and Marina Pavlova

17:45 - Increased eccentricity reduces the contribution of form to the perception of biological motion.
James Thompson, Sarah Dziura, Wendy Baccus and Ashley Safford

18:00 - How are facial expressions represented in the human brain?
Johannes Schultz, Ana Lucia Fernandez Cruz, Stephan de La Rosa, Heinrich Bülthoff and Kathrin Kaulard

18:15 - Coherent form, motion and biological motion perception in congenital achromatopsia
Eliza A Burton, John Wattam-Bell, Michel Michaelides, Koji M Nishiguchi, Venki Sundaram, Andrew R Webster, Anthony T Moore and Marko Nardini

Wednesday 5 September 2012

Attention II

Chair Marco Bertamini
09:00-11:00, Salon del Emperador

09:00 - Accentuation-Suppression and Scaling: Arousal Modulation of Attentional Processing
Thomas Alrik Sørensen and Claus Bundesen

09:15 - Attention allocation to regions perceived as holes
Marco Bertamini and Mai Salah Helmy

09:30 - The role of parietal cortex in updating changing visual representations
Christina Howard, Naheem Bashir and Glyn Humphreys

09:45 - Visual illusions of size influence throwing performance in darts
Rouwen Canal-Bruland, Hemke van Doorn and John van der Kamp

10:00 - Temporal integration in rapid serial visual presentation
Elkan Akyurek

10:15 - Linking perceptual animacy to attention: Chasing detection among visually indistinguishable distractors
Hauke S. Meyerhoff, Markus Huff and Stephan Schwan

10:30 - Automatic correspondence by surface features during visual tracking across spatiotemporal discontinuities
Frank Papenmeier, Hauke S. Meyerhoff, Georg Jahn and Markus Huff

10:45 - TAM2: A Theory of Eye Movements During Categorical Visual Search
Gregory Zelinsky

Adaptation II

Chair David Burr
09:00-11:00, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

09:00 - Long-term recalibration of orientation perception
Pascal Mamassian and Adrien Chopin

09:15 - Testing the Channel-Based Model of Duration Perception
William Curran, Christopher P Benton, Paul B Hibbard and Julie M Harris

09:30 - Orientation tuning and normalisation in the tilt aftereffect
Peter Thompson and Elena Gross

09:45 - Temporal frequency tuning of the cortical face-sensitive network for individual face perception
Francesco Gentile and Bruno Rossion

10:00 - Global shape processing involves feature selective and feature agnostic coding mechanisms
Jason Bell, Mimosa Forsyth, David Badcock and Frederick Kingdom

10:15 - Stimulus probability and stimulus expectation affect the activity of face and house selective areas of the human brain independently.
Gyula Kovács, Mareike Grotheer and Mark W. Greenlee

10:30 - Motor-visual effects in the recognition of dynamic facial expressions
Cristobal Curio, Martin Giese, Heinrich H. Bülthoff and Stephan de La Rosa

10:45 - A cross-modal, cross-dimensional mechanism for numerosity perception.
Roberto Arrighi, Irene Togoli and David Burr

Brightness and lightness

Chair Alan Gilchrist
14:00-15:30, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

14:00 - Experiments in perceived illumination
Alessandro Soranzo, Stephen Ivory and Alan Gilchrist

14:15 - Relationship between constancy and memory for stimulus hue and lightness
Maria Olkkonen and Sarah Allred

14:30 - Can a veiling luminance make a black room look white?
Alan Gilchrist and Stephen Ivory

14:45 - Testing luminance polarity and spatial grouping principles of three recent lightness theories
Michael Rudd

15:00 - Lightness contrast at the leading edge of motion
Hiroshi Ashida and Nick E Scott-Samuel

15:15 - Highest luminance modulates search in complex tasks
Suncica Zdravkovic, Ivana Jakovljev and Ian M. Thornton


Chair Michael Herzog
14:00-15:30, Salon del Emperador

14:00 - Temporal constraints on intentional binding and the perception of causality
Marieke Rohde, Meike Scheller and Marc O. Ernst

14:15 - The time course of feature integration in plaid gratings identified by metacontrast masking
Maximilian Bruchmann

14:30 - Priming the recognition of one's own and other faces: perceptual shifts and reaction times
Wolfgang G. Röhrich and Hanspeter Mallot

14:45 - How many roads are there to act upon visual stimuli?
Izabela Szumska, Rob Ven der Lubbe and Michael Herzog

15:00 - Object-centered binocular suppression
Mark Vergeer, Marco Boi, Haluk Ö?men and Michael H. Herzog

15:15 - Chromatic evoked potentials modulated by hypnosis.
Michael Crognale, Chad Duncan, Christopher Jones and Molly Finnegan

Mulisensory processing

Chair Shin'Ya Nishida
17:00-18:30, Salon del Emperador

17:00 - Early interaction between vision and touch during Binocular Rivalry: characteristics and constraints
Claudia Lunghi, David Burr, David Alais and Concetta Morrone

17:15 - Not glass but plastic — Audiovisual integration in human material perception
Shin'Ya Nishida, Waka Fujisaki, Naokazu Goda, Isamu Motoyoshi and Hidehiko Komatsu

17:30 - Content cues can constrain AV temporal recalibration regardless of spatial overlap
Warrick Roseboom, Takahiro Kawabe and Shin'Ya Nishida

17:45 - Visual search driven by audiovisual synchrony shows a right visual field bias
David Alais, Erik van der Burg, John Cass and Jan Theeuwes

18:00 - Small rewards modulate the latency of stimulus-driven eye movements
Stephen Dunne, Daniel Smith and Amanda Ellison

18:15 - Multi-sensory integration of audio-visual temporal signals in children with cochlear implants
Monica Gori, Anna Chilosi, Giulio Sandini and David Burr


Chair Michael Morgan
17:00-18:30, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

17:00 - Late development of contrast normalization mechanisms
Francesca Pei, Stefano Baldassi and Anthony Norcia

17:15 - Representation of category-specific and non-specific information in human inferior temporal cortex
Bingbing Guo and Ming Meng

17:30 - Masking asymmetries reveal a new specificity for face coding
Stefano Baldassi, Francesca Pei and Anthony Norcia

17:45 - Contrast thresholds for letter identification as a function of size
Andrew Watson and Albert Ahumada

18:00 - Long-range template matching follows spatial inhomogeneity, short-range spatial filtering, square-law contrast transduction and the addition of internal noise
Tim Meese and Robert Summers

18:15 - Contrast Energy Discrimination Thresholds for Blur and Contrast Compared
Michael Morgan


Chair Claus-Christian Carbon
17:00-18:30, Sala Hall

17:00 - Neural correlates of affective judgments with visual stimuli
Kleovoulos Tsourides, Evan Ehrenberg, Christopher Simons and Pawan Sinha

17:15 - Influences of spatial and featural endogenous attention on pattern rivalry for afterimages
Eric A. Reavis, Peter J. Kohler, Gideon P. Caplovitz, Thalia P. Wheatley and Peter U. Tse

17:30 - Dichoptic positive color after image is limited for the number of colors presented within a display.
Takao Sato and Yutaka Nakajima

17:45 - Emotional action aftereffects indicate dual emotion coding mechanisms
Joanna Wincenciak, Jennifer S. Ingham, Tjeerd Jellema and Nick E. Barraclough

18:00 - Attractiveness of face photographs: Adaptation effects and spatial frequency characteristics in the Fourier domain
Gregor Hayn-Leichsenring, Christoph Redies, Nadine Kloth and Stefan Schweinberger

18:15 - Does top-down information influence the afterimage illusion?
Sandra Utz and Claus-Christian Carbon

Thursday 6 September 2012

Attention III

Chair David Melcher
09:00-11:00, Salon del Emperador

09:00 - Measuring the frame rate of visual perception - the role of brain oscillations in the temporal segregation of visual events
Andreas Wutz, Nathan Weisz, Christoph Braun and David Melcher

09:15 - A computational model of microsaccadic responses to shifts of covert attention
Ralf Engbert

09:30 - Perceptual learning at the location of predictive remapping
Martin Rolfs, Nick Murray-Smith and Marisa Carrasco

09:45 - Trans-saccadic priming of location and orientation
Kay Ritchie, Amelia Hunt and Arash Sahraie

10:00 - How does memory search interact with the attentional blink?
Trafton Drew, Ashley M. Sherman and Jeremy M. Wolfe

10:15 - Differential involvement of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in difficult visual search: a TMS study
Gorana Pobric and Johan Hulleman

10:30 - Confusion: some strategies to prevent successful object tracking
Nick Scott-Samuel, Gavin Holmes, Roland Baddeley and Innes Cuthill

10:45 - Stimulation of the left parietal lobe improves sustained attention in right parietal lobe patients: tipping the inter-hemispheric balance with TMS
Sara Agosta, Florian Herpich and Lorella Battelli

Models and Theory

Chair Johan Wagemans
09:00-11:00, Salon de la Infanta y Reina

09:00 - Temporal precision in interception is surprisingly insensitive to image rate
Eli Brenner and Jeroen B. J. Smeets

09:15 - Redundancy reduction: A possible explanation for the inhomogeneous patterns of antagonistic surrounds found in Middle Temporal (MT/V5) neurons
John A. Perrone and Richard J. Krauzlis

09:30 - Learning a spatio-temporal correlation
Devika Narain, Pascal Mamassian, Robert J. van Beers, Jeoren B. J. Smeets and Eli Brenner

09:45 - Impaired peripheral reaching and on-line corrections in patient DF: optic ataxia in visual form agnosia?
Stéphanie Rossit, Robert D. McIntosh, Stephen H. Butler, Larissa Szymanek, Stéphanie Morand, Ian G. Mackenzie, Hartmut Leuthold and Monika Harvey

10:00 - Decision-making under time constraints supports sampling-based representation of uncertainty in vision
Marjena Popovic, Máté Lengyel and József Fiser

10:15 - Predicting Eye Movements in a Contour Detection Task
Udo Ernst, Nathalie van Humbeeck, Nadine Schmitt, Frouke Hermens and Johan Wagemans

10:30 - Predicting Performance in Natural Scene Searches
Matthew Asher, Iain Gilchrist, Tom Troscianko and David Tolhurst

10:45 - Bayesian perception of orientation-dependent line length predicted by natural statistics
Adam Binch and Jim Stone

Art and Vision

Chair Jan Koenderink
09:00-11:00, Sala Hall

09:00 - Why must visual stimuli be so poor ?
Jacques Ninio

09:15 - Color, Music, and Emotion
Stephen Palmer, Karen Schloss and Thomas Langlois

09:30 - ERP correlates of visual symmetry perception
Alexis Makin, Moon Wilton, Anna Pecchinenda and Marco Bertamini

09:45 - Neural correlates of perceptual pleasure and “Aha” experiences triggered by perceptual flips in ambiguous images
Jasmina Stevanov, Maiko Uesaki, Hiroshi Ashida, Thomas Carlson, Gerald Cupchik and Akiyoshi Kitaoka

10:00 - Art versus Reality – Contextual framing affects emotional and aesthetic evaluations of artworks and IAPS pictures
Gernot Gerger, David Welleditsch and Helmut Leder

10:15 - Relating subjective with objective measures of complexity in affective environmental scenes and representative paintings
Manuela Marin and Helmut Leder

10:30 - Think global, act local: Do local visual processing biases explain proficiency in observational drawing in non-autistic individuals?
Rebecca Chamberlain, Chris McManus, Howard Riley, Qona Rankin and Nicola Brunswick

10:45 - Simultaneous contrast and depth effects from “true” colors on grey backgrounds: Chevreul’s laws of color and contrast revisited
Birgitta Dresp-Langley and Adam Reeves

EEG & Electrophysiology

Chair Mark Georgeson
14:00-15:30, Sala Hall

14:00 - ERPs dissociate Semantic and Syntactic Processing in Scenes
Melissa Vo and Jeremy Wolfe

14:15 - Fine-grained face discrimination and categorical face perception as evidenced by steady-state visual evoked potentials
Adélaïde de Heering, Joan Liu-Shuang, Anthony M. Norcia and Bruno Rossion

14:30 - Association of pre-stimulus brain activity and perceptual organization on multiple temporal scales
Andrei Nikolaev, Sergei Gepshtein and Cees van Leeuwen

14:45 - Correlated variability in laminar cortical circuits
Bryan Hansen, Mircea Chelaru and Valentin Dragoi

15:00 - MEG Beta band activity discriminates perceptual form and motion binding
Jean Lorenceau, Charles Aissani, Jacques Martinerie and Anne-Lise Paradis

15:15 - Eccentricity-dependent variations of the N2p in target detection
Susann Schaffer and Cristina Meinecke


Chair Eli Brenner
Salon de la Infanta y Reina

14:00 - Decoding visual objects in early somatosensory cortex
Fraser Smith and Melvyn Goodale

14:15 - Bimanual integration of curvature
Virjanand Panday, Wouter Bergmann Tiest and Astrid Kappers

14:30 - The effect of compliance on haptic volume perception
Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest, Kassahun Bogale Sirna and Astrid M. L. Kappers

14:45 - The saliency of compliance in a haptic search task
Vonne van Polanen, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest and Astrid M. L. Kappers

15:00 - Using two hands is better than one
Myrthe A. Plaisier and Marc O. Ernst

15:15 - Plastic reorganization to form dissociated networks for perceptual encoding and memory recall in congenital blindness
Lora Likova


Chair Cathleen Grimsen
14:00-15:30, Salon del Emperador

14:00 - Explicit coding in the brain: data-driven semantic analysis of human fMRI BOLD responses with Formal Concept Analysis
Dominik Endres, Ruth Adam, Uta Noppeney and Martin Giese

14:15 - Saccades bias mental arithmetic
Paola Binda, M. Concetta Morrone and Frank Bremmer

14:30 - Experience in judging intent to harm modulates parahippocampal activity: An fMRI study with experienced CCTV operators
Karin Petrini, Phil McAleer, Catherine Neary, Julia Gillard and Frank E Pollick

14:45 - In a self-paced shape perception task, subjects are underconfident, but make efficient use of temporal resources
Sven P. Heinrich and Michael Bach

15:00 - Dissociating developmental trajectories of part-specific and part-relational processing in object recognition
Martin Juttner, Dean Petters, Elley Wakui and Jules Davidoff

15:15 - Development of face-localization after extended congenital blindness
Tapan Gandhi, Piyush Swami, Amy Kalia, Garga Chatterjee and Pawan Sinha

Satellite Conferences

Visual Science of Art Conference

1-2 September 2012, Alghero