EPS Poster Session

The poster session will be held on Wednesday 12th July between 5.45pm and 6.45pm in the Wallace Building Ground Floor and First Floor Foyers with an accompanying wine reception.

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Poster Session – 5.45pm to 6.45pm (UK Time) on Wednesday 12th July

  1. Şerife Özbiler, Serpil Varoğlu, Mürşide Gül Yılmaz and Ilhan Raman (Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus) Age of Acquisition (AoA) affects free recall in Turkish monolinguals and Turkish (L1)-English (L2) bilinguals.
  1. Candice Frances, Eugenia Navarra-Barindelli and Clara Martin (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, The Netherlands, Basque Center on Cognition, Spain, Ikerbasque, Basque Foundation for Science, Spain) L1 writing system influence on consonant doubling in L2 speakers of English.
  1. Joao Vieira, Elisangela Nogueira, Erica Rodrigues and Denis Drieghe (University of Southampton, Universidade Federal do Ceara, Brazil, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) When function words carry content.
  1. Cesar Gutierrez, Rachael Hulme, Joanne Taylor and Jennifer Rodd (University College London) The time-course of word meaning priming and semantic priming.
  1. Kinga Patterson, James Street and Andriy Myachykov (Northumbria University) Phrasal frequency and literacy as predictors of on-line processing and comprehension of English subject-verb agreement.
  1. Jo Saul (University College London) Elucidating mechanisms of language growth in minimally verbal autistic individuals.
  1. Isabelle O’Halloran and Jelena Mirkovic (York St John University) Grammar learning in adults: A role for offline consolidation and prior knowledge.
  1. Eva Kimel, Dafna Ben Zion, Anat Prior, Gareth Gaskell, Ilana Hairston and Tali Bitan (University of York, University of Haifa, Israel, Tel Hai Academic College, Israel, University of Toronto, Canada) Sleep components involved in the consolidation of new vocabulary and morphological regularities.
  1. Emily Rice, Sven Mattys, Angela de Bruin and Sarah Knight (University of York) Selective auditory attention in native and non-native listening.
  1. Victoria Poulton, Mate Aller, Lucy MacGregor and Matt Davis (University of Cambridge) Neural representations of selected versus suppressed meanings: an MEG/EEG study of ambiguous words in spoken sentences.
  1. Noel Lam, Emma Hayiou-Thomas, Matthew Mak and Lisa Henderson
    (University of York) The time-course of semantic contributions to word learning in children.
  1. Rebecca Norman, Jo Taylor and Jennifer Rodd (University College London) Contextual diversity, lexical processing, and word learning: A scoping review.
  1. Ruth Corps and Antje Meyer (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, The Netherlands, Radboud University, The Netherlands) Word frequency effects are unstable during picture naming.
  1. Samuel Weiss-Cowie and Matthew Davis (University of Cambridge) Flexible speech perception in response to multiple learning objectives.
  1. Chengjie Jiang and Ruth Filik (University of Nottingham) Hanging clothes in the refrigerator: Reversed bias in counterfactual semantic integration.
  1. Chloe Brunskill, Phot Dhammapeera, Robin Hellerstedt and Zara Bergström (University of Kent, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain) Counterfactual imagination as a source of memory distortion: cognitive and brain mechanisms.
  1. Daisy Roe, Andrew Johnson and Richard Allen (Bournemouth University, University of Leeds) Working memory prioritisation effects in tactile immediate serial recall.
  1. Nicola Savill and Chloe Metz (York St John University) Accent-cued lexical effects in verbal short-term memory.
  1. Marianna Constantinou, Ala Yankouskaya, Federica Degno and Hana Burianová (Bournemouth University) Sustained effect of arousing cues on episodic memory retrieval in healthy young and old adults.
  1. Abigail Bradshaw, Emma Wheeler, Carolyn McGettigan and Daniel Lametti (University College London, University of Cambridge, Acadia University, Canada) Sensorimotor learning in speech is modulated by interaction with another voice.
  1. Connor Doyle, Máté Aller and Matthew Davis (University of Cambridge) Time-course of neural computations supporting perception and misperception of degraded speech.
  1. Nick Perham, Nathan Taylor, Amy Blades, Sidhra Arshid and John Marsh (Cardiff Metropolitan University, University of Central Lancashire) Ear Goggles: Can preference for music influence ratings of attractiveness?
  1. Aaron Laycock, Guy Schofield and Cade McCall (University of York) Complex decision-making in threatening environments.
  1. Gemma Lovett and Ala Yankouskaya (Bournemouth University) The relationship between self-, reward- and emotion-prioritization effects: Cognitive and neural mechanisms.
  1. Gozde Kadioglu (City, University of London) The influence of emotional context on perceptual decision making investigated using a 3D game.
  1. Min Hooi Yong, Zukhroof Mussadiq, Simra Parveen, Wen Xian Sua and Louise Phillips (University of Bradford, Sunway University, Malaysia, University of Aberdeen) The role of fiction characteristics, empathy, and English proficiency in Theory of Mind.
  1. Abigail Pitt, Francesca Carbone, Angela Nyhout, Stacie Friend, Murray Smith and Heather Ferguson (University of Kent, University of Edinburgh) Art opening minds: An experimental study of film complexity on open-mindedness.
  1. Helgi Clayton McClure, Kevin Riggs, Stephen Dewhurst and Rachel Anderson (University of Hull) Fuzzy feelings? Relationships between depressive symptoms, goal vividness and goal-related emotions.
  1. Michael Clements, Larissa Brübach, Jessica Glazov, Stephanie Gu, Rahila Kashif, Caroline Catmur and Alexandra Georgescu (King’s College London, University of Wurzburg, Germany) Measuring trust with the Wayfinding Task: Validation of immersive and desktop virtual reality versions across remote and in-person test environments.
  1. Céline Souchay, Lise Brun, Nathan Faivre, Aïna Chalabaev and Estelle Palluel (Universite Grenoble Alpes, France) Sport metacognition: How do basketball players use the visual cue to assess the outcome of their free throws?
  1. Natasha Burns, Ala Yankouskaya, Federica Degno and Hana Burianová (Bournemouth University) The impact of distraction during response inhibition in young and older adults.
  1. Matthew Rouse, Siddharth Ramanan, Ajay Halai, Karalyn Patterson, James Rowe and Matthew Lambon Ralph (University of Cambridge) The effects of bilateral versus unilateral anterior temporal lobe damage on face processing and semantic memory.
  1. Bartholomew Quinn, Mike Burton, and Timothy Andrews (University of York)
    A composite effect for vertically divided faces.
  1. Louisa Butler, Julia Vogt and Rachel McCloy (University of Reading) The role of motivational in the relationship between resource scarcity and self-regulation: An exploratory study. Withdrawn.
  1. Helen Hodgetts, Cindy Chamberland, Serge Pelletier, François Vachon, Sébastien Tremblay (Cardiff Metropolitan University, Universite Laval, Canada) Security surveillance and vulnerability to attentional failures.
  1. Haifa Bin Haamed (University of Sheffield) The effectiveness of virtual reality distraction intervention for reduction of anxiety and post-traumatic stress symptoms associated with chemotherapy in cancer patients: Internal pilot study.