Posters

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Title

Presenter

1

Detuning of chords is less noticeable in just intonation

Philippe Lacherez

2

Phase specific shape after-effects explained by the tilt after-effect

Vanessa K. Bowden

3

Investigating the dynamics of perceptual predictions across the visual hierarchy

Matt Oxner

4

Individual differences in the time course of subjective experience during active and sham protocols for transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)

Jason Forte

5

Multisensory integration outside conscious awareness

Daniel Jenkins

6

The minimal duration required for face perception

David Carmel

7

Does Sex Modulate the Cheerleader Effect?

Daniel Carragher

8

Face perception and face detection deficits in developmental prosopagnosia

Stephanie Huang

9

Exploring the time course of direct gaze processing

Zoe Little

10

No right-hemisphere advantage for holistic detection of Mooney faces

Jaiden Cancian

11

Recognition of Compound Expressions of Emotion: An Expression Rating Study

Emily Keough

12

Emotion recognition in faces, working memory and schizotypy

Leonie Miller

13

What are you looking at? Investigating the interaction of facial expression, eye-gaze and the detection of threat.

Karen Griffith

14

Why do we see what we see? The influence of context and stimulus features on the rapid detection of threat

Miriam Wilkinson

15

Training a Machine Learning Model to Recognise Arousal and Valence

Caitlin Heesterman

16

Physiological and subjective emotional reactivity and recovery among young people who self-injure

Kealagh Robinson

17

Mood, optimism and prospective memory in Medical Adhrence: An experimental investigation

Azizuddin Khan

18

Unprepared: Thinking of a trigger warning does not prompt adaptive preparation for trauma-related content

Victoria Bridgland

19

Testing the effects of a brief mindfulness intervention on cognitive control of emotional distraction

Justin Murphy

20

Are there visual and cognitive aftereffects of using virtual reality head-mounted displays?

Ancret Szpak

21

Walk the Plank! Fear induction in Virtual Reality

Christopher Maymon

22

Motion increases recognition of spontaneous postures but not facial expressions

Tamara Van Der Zant

23

Size Does Matter: Accuracy in Detecting Digitally Altered Images

Nicole A. Thomas

24

The Effectiveness of Short-format Refutational Fact-checks

Ee Pin Chang

25

Thinking more does not protect people from truthiness

Deva Paramitta Ly

26

Isolating the time of choice challenges the postdictive paradigm

Konstantina Vasileva

27

Do contingency estimates inform our causal judgments? A survey of controversial health-related beliefs.

Julie Chow

28

What makes an outcome extreme? Refining the definition of extremity and its influence in risky choice

Joel Holwerda

29

Oral Vocabulary and Novel Word Reading: An Eye Movement Study

Lyndall Murray

30

Orthographic knowledge predicts reading performance on word and sentence level in German third-graders with reading difficulties

Jelena Zaric