Friday Schedule

 

Time

LT002

LT003

MZ02

Session

Face Perception
Chair: Nicole Nelson

Decision-Making 1
Chair: Dan Little

 

9:00

Early neural processing of tearful faces
Krivan, S.*

Evidence for a Fixed-Point Property in Categorization Response Time Data
Little, D.

Workshop:
Variable Pulses in TMS Research Rogue Research

9:20

The lens of attitudes and personality when reading emotions expressed in the face
Eisenbarth, H.

New Insights into Decisions from Experience: Using Cognitive Models to Understand How Value Information, Outcome Order, and Salience Drive Risk Taking
Hotaling, J. M.

9:40

Children’s Judgements of Facial Hair are Influenced by Biological Development and Experience
Nelson, N.

Replicating the disaster information effect: knowing more about knowing more about disasters
Liang, G.*

10:00

Exploring the effects of salience on early visual signals using faces
Russo, M. F.*

The limited role of pre-registration and Bayes factors in fixing our science
Donkin, C.

10:20

Morning tea

Session

Emotion and Motivation
Chair: Poppy Watson

Perceptual Expertise
Chair: Piers Howe

11:00

Evaluative conditioning affects subsequent fear learning
Lipp, O.

Can we train deep learning models to identify hip fractures as efficiently as humans?
Marris, J.*

11:20

Startle modulation in backward evaluative conditioning is not affected by type of instructions or concurrent forward conditioning
Green, L.*

Perceptual experts can rely on stylistic gist information to discriminate naturalistic visual stimuli
Searston, R. A.

11:40

Social context influences dynamic facial affective responses to food stimuli
Nath, E.*

Adapting visual search tasks to investigate the analytic components of perceptual expertise
Robson, S. G.*

12:00

The Role of Inhibitory Learning Processes in Callous Unemotional Traits
Kemp, L. J.*

Modelling the dynamics of perceptual discrimination with complex naturalistic stimuli
Thompson, M. B.

12:20

Affect perception of unfamiliar musical chords
Smit, E.A.*

Fractal-scaling statistics in the preference and perceived complexity of musical melodies
Viengkham, C.*

12:40

Lunch

Session

Emotional Attention
Chair: Steven Most

Social/Group Decision-Making
Chair: Tim Ballard

Perception: Time & Motion
Chair Derek Arnold

13:30

A vigilance-avoidance account of dual-stream emotion induced blindness
Edwards, M.

Exemplary leadership: A cognitive modeling perspective on leadership judgments.
Sewell, D. K.

Rapid recalibration of temporal order judgements: Response bias accounts for contradictory results
Keane, B.

13:50

Does hemispheric processing influence emotion induced blindness?
Moeck, E.*

Larger groups are better at category learning so long as they are organized right
Walker, B.*

Neural correlates of subjective timing precision
Arnold, D.

14:10

Context matters: Multiple emotional distractors improve target perception
Zhao, J. L.

When do Larger Populations Enhance Cumulative Cultural Evolution?
Fay, N.

Effects of self-initiation and temporal prediction on motor-evoked potentials.
Livesey, E.

14:30

Motivational Magnets: delayed attentional disengagement from stimuli predictive of reward
Watson, P.

Blood is thicker than water: The effects of relationship type and knowledge of guilt on willingness to corroborate a false alibi
Boyce, M.

Extracting information about one’s curved path through the world from 2-D video sequences.
Perrone, J.A.

14:50

Approach bias and inhibitory control moderate the effect of television advertising on soft drink consumption
Kemps, E.

Evidence Against The Self-Categorization Account Of The Descriptive Norm Effect
Howe, P.

Direction discrimination when multiple objects are in motion
Badcock, D. R.

15:10

Does attentional bias attenuate boundary extension?
Green, D.*

Compensation and Theory of Mind assessments; An investigation into the value of multiple answer time limitations.
Allen, L. *

Neuromuscular Coupling in Sensorimotor Synchronisation
Nijhuis, P.*

15:30

Posters and Afternoon Tea

17:00

David Badcock: Recollections of Ross Day

17:20

Plenary Lecture: Sachiko Kinoshita (introduced by Sally Andrews)

19:30

Student Social @ The Arborist