Thursday Schedule

 

Time

LT002

LT003

MZ03

Session

Memory in Clinical Contexts – Chair Rachel Zajac

Reading 1 – Chair: Anne Castles

 

8:50

Housekeeping

Housekeeping

 

9:00

Prospective Memory and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Swain, T.*

Do nonword reading tests for children measure what we want them to? An analysis of Year 2 error responses
Castles, A.

 

9:20

PTSD-like symptoms are similarly correlated with characteristics of remembered and imagined stressful events
Sanson, M.

Vocabulary development from reading under error-free and trial-and-error treatments
Elgort, I.

 

9:40

Everyday hassles, Locus of control, General Self Efficacy and Prospective Memory Performance among Adolescents
Khan, A.

Contextual plausibility effects on word skipping during reading
Veldre, A.

 

10:00

Spontaneous memory encoding, but not perceptual prioritization, of emotional distractors predicts intrusive memories from a trauma analogue
Most, S. B.

Towards a Model of Reading
Reichle, E.D.

 

10:20

Morning tea

Session

Emotion Regulation – Chair: Eva Kemps

Perceptual Illusions – Chair: Simon Cropper

Language and Learning – Chair: Erik Reichle

11:00

Social Sharing of Emotion on Twitter: A case study of 2018 US mid-term elections
Wang, M.*

Sensory processes play a more crucial role than cognitive ones in the size-weight illusion.
Chouinard, P.

Rhyme competition in spoken word recognition depends on the availability of cognitive resources
Bruggeman, L.

11:20

Media multitasking as an avoidance coping strategy for emotionally stressful events
Shin, J.

Gender and the Body Size and Shape Aftereffect: Implications for neural processing and body image distortion
Brooks, K. R.

Eye movements down the garden-path: The role of semantic persistence on processing routes in second-language comprehension
Wong, R.*

11:40

Rituals, Repetitiveness and Cognitive Load: A Competitive Test of Ritual Benefits for Stress
Karl, J.*

The perception and misperception of opacity in opaque and sub-surface scattering materials
Marlow, P. J.

Grounding Semantic Representations: A Multimodal Approach Using Visual and Affective Features.
De Deyne, S.

12:00

Towards a non-invasive music-based assessment of depression
Smit, E.A.*

Flowers in the Attic: Is there a hemispheric asymmetry to seeing meaning in noise?
Cropper, S.

Active Tasks and Test-Potentiated Learning, What Works and Why?
Boustani, S.*

12:20

Effects of parenting styles and delay of gratification on cognitive abilities of preschool children
Kumari, S.

Altered visual sensitivity in zebrafish knockout of autism and schizophrenia risk gene pdzk1
Goodbourn, P.T.

Which cognitive skills predict success in an undergraduate programming course?
Graafsma, I.*

12:40

Lunch

Session

Face Processing – Chair: Hazel Godfrey

Working Memory – Chair: Simon Lilburn

 

13:30

Perception of unfamiliar faces is sensitive to vertical image ratio
Macaskill, E.*

The integration of stimulus information in visual short-term memory
Lilburn, S. D.

 

13:50

Viewer-centred biases in perceiving fixation distance from eye vergence
Nguyen, A.*

Examination of doubly stochastic processes in a neural model of visual working memory.
Taylor, R.

 

14:10

Holistic integration of symmetry cues across different face regions
Sulikowski, D.

Using eye gaze data to examine the flexibility of resource allocation in visual working memory
Stewart, E.*

 

14:30

Body inversion effects: the role of heads
Axelsson, E.

Task Switching and Working Memory Capacity: The impact of cue switch costs on this elusive relationship
Knapp, K.*

 

14:50

The Viewpoint Illusion: A Spatial Analogue to Facial Viewpoint Adaptation
Pang, K. J.*

Media-multitasking, Working Memory and Response Inhibition
Murphy, K.

 

15:10

Distribution analysis reveals a variable right-hemisphere contribution to the N170
Corballis, P. M.

Is There Something Special About Eyes? Investigating the Effects of a Concurrent Working Memory Load on Gaze- and Arrow-Induced Attentional Orienting
Talipski, L. A.*

 

15:30

Afternoon tea

Session

Attentional Control – Chair: Mike Nicholls

Memory Processes – Chair: Melanie Takarangi

 

16:00

Feature-based attention is not confined by object boundaries: spatially global enhancement of irrelevant features
Chapman, A.*

Is it smart to read on your phone?: Does reading format affect susceptibility to misinformation?
Andrews, S.

 

16:20

Flexibility in resizing attentional breadth: Asymmetrical versus symmetrical attentional contraction and expansion costs depends on context
Goodhew, S.

Fake news! Could overtly-doctored photographs have long-term sleeper effects?
Mills, A.*

 

16:40

Should we use unfilled shapes to manipulate spatial attention in cognitive psychology experiments?
Lawrence, R.*

Taking stock of the production effect in memory
Bodner, G.E.

 

17:00

Selection history guides attention during voluntary task selection
Henare, D.

Global semantic similarity effects in recognition memory: Insights from BEAGLE representations and the diffusion decision model
Osth, A. F.

 

17:20

Attentional control of conflict in the Stroop task
Mills, L.*

The song that never ends: The effect of familiarity with a song on earworm incidence
Killingly, C.*