EPC 2016 | 30 March–2 April

Day 2 – Poster session

Posters will be up all day but presenters requested to stand by poster between these times
31 Mar 2016
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Arts Hall

Day 2 – Poster session

  1. Hannah A. Razak, Jeneva Ohan, Carmen Lawrence & Troy A.W. Visser – The effect of stigma towards individuals with mental health disorders on social perception
  2. Sarah J. Fleming, Oriane Landry, Katherine A. Johnson, Sheila G. Crewther & Philippe A. Chouinard – Orienting of visual attention in autism spectrum disorder
  3. Kayla Royals, Oriane Landry, Irene Sperandio, Sheila G. Crewther & Philippe A. Chouinard – The developmental trajectory of susceptibility to the Shepard’s tabletops illusion
  4. Naja Wilke, Phillipe Lacherez & Naohide Yamamoto – Multiple biases in the perception of the spinning dancer illusion
  5. Ruben Laukkonen & Jason Tangen – Experiences of insight and ambiguous images: An unlikely relationship
  6. Margaret E. Webb, Daniel R. Little & Simon J. Cropper – Investigating the dimmer switch: Comparing the light-bulb moments elicited by classic and contemporary insight problems
  7. Andrew W. Corcoran, Simon J. Cropper, Lib Yin Wong, Kathleen Rutherford & Christopher Groot – Judging judgements about time: Adapting the temporal bisection task to investigate individual differences in temporal metacognition
  8. Kirsten R. Panton, Johanna C. Badcock, J. Edwin Dickinson & David R. Badcock – Searching for closed-contours and schizotypy
  9. Anna Antinori, Olivia Carter & Luke Smillie – I see it both ways
  10. Matthew Davidson, Victoria Thomas, Naotsugu Tsuchiy & Jeroen van Boxtel – Motion induced blindness caused by contracting and expanding motion: Dependence on speed and visual field
  11. Yu Man Chan – Neural correlates of audiovisual synchrony judgements in older adults
  12. Daniel Talbot & John Cass – Effects of binocular disparity on temporal order judgements in spatio-temporally cluttered visual environments
  13. Menaka S. Malavita, Prof. Trichur Vidyasagar & Prof. Allison M. McKendrick – The effect of ageing and attention on visual crowding and surround suppression
  14. Garry Kong – Investigating linear separability in visual search for orientation
  15. Jenna L. Zhao, Brad Wyble & Steven B. Most – Distracted from distraction? Additional distractors attenuate the effect of a critical distractor on target perception
  16. Nicole A. Thomas, Alexandra H. Flew & Michael E. R. Nicholls – Sight and sound: Do auditory distractors influence visuospatial attention?
  17. Ellie Aniulis, Michael E. R. Nicholls & Nicole A Thomas – Individual differences in attentional asymmetries influence distractibility
  18. Kimbra L. Ransley, Patrick T. Goodbourn, Elizabeth H. L. Nguyen, Ahmed A. Moustafa & Alex O. Holcombe – Spatial asymmetries in simultaneous object identification: The effect of reading direction in Arabic and English
  19. Elizabeth J. Saccone, Ancret Szpak, Owen Churches & Mike E. R. Nicholls – Socially contracted peripersonal space affects object affordances
  20. Erin Brown, Mark Edwards, Bruce Christensen, and Stephanie Goodhew – The Effect of Response Mode on Altered Visual Perception Near the Hands
  21. Daniéll Steinberg & Associate Prof. Matthew Finkbeiner – Solving the problem of view-invariant object processing: An upper-hemifield advantage
  22. Danielle L Wagstaff, Danielle Sulikowski & Darren Burke – Effects of pupil dilation and contraceptive use on masculine face preference
  23. Angus Chapman, Christel Devue & Gina M Grimshaw – Fleeting reliability in the dot-probe task
  24. Hannah L. Boal, Bruce Christensen & Stephanie C. Goodhew – Selective attention to threat in social anxiety: A top-down or bottom-up bias?
  25. Vera E. Newman, Belinda Liddell, Tom Beesley, Richard Bryant & Steven Most – Using virtual reality to explore the relationship between stress and executive function
  26. Laila Hugrass, Ruxandra Maritiu, Eva-Louise Huber, Aidan Holmes & David Crewther – Pupil responses reflect perceived brightness shifts in moving ramped gratings
  27. Mana Fujiwara, Catherine Ding, Lisandro Kaunitz, Julie Stout, Dominic Thyagarajan & Naotsugu Tsuchiya – Optokinetic nystagmus fails to predict conscious perception around the onset of binocular rivalry in Parkinson’s disease patients
  28. Deena Ebaid, Sheila Crewther & Kirsty MacCalman – Cognitive reaction time across the lifespan: The unique contribution of rate of visual information processing
  29. Kelly Trezise & Robert Reeve – Patterns of change in problem solving, anxiety and cognition relationship
  30. Fiona Nemeh, Robert Reeve, Stefan Bode & Mark J. Yates – Identifying the locus of the SNARC effect using EEG multivariate pattern analysis
  31. Robert A. Reeve, Jacob Paul, Brian Butterworth & Kelly Trezise – Will the real subitizing range please stand up?
  32. Cindy S. Chew, Jason D. Forte & Robert A. Reeve – Significance of different patterns in children’s non-symbolic and symbolic numerical magnitude representation abilities
  33. Jacob M. Paul, Robert A. Reeve & Jason D. Forte – Using saccade-contingent stimulus onset asynchrony to measure subitizing capacity
  34. Christine Podwysocki, Jacob Paul, Robert Reeve & Jason Forte – Does complexity facilitate numerical learning?
  35. Mariya Pachman, Amaël Arguel & Lori Lockyer – Early detection of confusion in digital learning environments
  36. Amaël Arguel, Mariya Pachman & Lori Lockyer – Triangulating learner’s confusion in digital environments from self-report, physiological changes, and learning analytics
  37. Katrina Louise Muller-Townsend & Craig P. Speelman – The role of automaticity in skill acquisition and transfer
  38. David Griffiths, Daniel R. Little & Simon J. Cropper – How does training affect information processing?
  39. Justine K. Greenaway & Evan J. Livesey – Instruction, expectancy and the blocking effect in causal learning
  40. Myoungju Shin – Media multitasking, task switching and working memory capacity
  41. Amanda Shanks, Simon J. Cropper & Daniel R. Little – Sensitivity in a similarity-based model of recognition memory
  42. Shayne Loft & Vanessa K. Bowden – Using memory for prior aircraft events to detect conflicts in simulated air traffic control
  43. Liquan Liu & René Kager – The bilingual influence on early perceptual diversion of language and music
  44. Daniela Czernochowski& Steffen Herff – The role of Expertise, Repetition, and Divided Attention in Memory for Melody
  45. Gareth Roberts, Matthew Albrecht, Mike Anderson, Corinne Reid & Allison Fox – Understanding the development of cognitive control with single trial EEG analysis and drift diffusion models
  46. Hector Palada, Andrew Neal, Rachel Tay, Russell Martin & Andrew Heathcote – The effects of intensity-based time pressure on decision making in a complex multi-stimulus environment
  47. Samantha Parker & Matthew Finkbeiner – Making moral decisions: Examining the interplay of cognition and intuition during the resolution of moral dilemmas
  48. Kate Hardwick, Christian Keysers, Anina N. Rich & Mark A. Williams – How disgusting! Exploring pathogen, moral and sexual disgust
  49. Anne Cutler, Laurence Bruggeman & Anita Wagner – Proficient L2 listening: New L2 strategies hard to acquire, but old L1 strategies easy to abandon
  50. Karen Mattock, Marina Kalashnikova & Richard J. Wilson – What language do I speak? Infants’ early experience and speaker ethnicity biases
  51. Laurence Bruggeman, Mirjam Broersma& Anne Cutler – Perceptual flexibility for native and non-native speech within the same listeners
  52. Daniel L. Madden, Martin V. Sale, & Gail A. Robinson- A decline in idea generation and selection in healthy aging
  53. Mojtaba Kermani, Krithica Srivinasan, Larry Abel, Ashika Verghese & Trichur R Vidyasagar – Short-term and long-term influences of reading direction on visual search ability
  54. Jessica Bazouni – Bridging processing and learning: The influence of affect processing on infant word learning
  55. Jenny Yu & Sally Andrews – Tone It Up: Investigating Factors Affecting Statistical Learning of a Tonal Language and Lexical Tone Statistics