EPS Poster Session

Please find below the posters (and links to accompanying talk-through videos) being presented during EPS Keele – 30th and 31st March 2022. During the poster session, we invite you to interact with presenters by commenting or asking questions about their posters in our online poster rooms on Gather and / or via Twitter and YouTube comments. Please see our guide on how to engage with presenters for the best way to contact your chosen presenter. We also have a guide on how to use Gather if you are new to the platform.

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Poster Session – 6:00pm to 7:00pm (UK Time) on Wednesday 30th March.
Any poster marked with an ^ will be presented in-person.

  1. ^Helio Cuve
    Limited autonomic coherence to emotional stimulation.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Lara Carr
    The relationship between the processing of one’s own and others’ interoceptive states in adolescence, adulthood, and older age.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Richard O’Connor
    No evidence for egocentric bias on an explicit false belief task in adults: A mouse tracking paradigm.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Martina De Lillo
    Exploring the relationship between loneliness and social cognition in older age.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Harry Piper
    Perceptual orientation and legitimacy of interpersonal cues to endangerment.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Astrid Lund
    How should we measure metacognitive judgements of episodic memory during ageing?
    Withdrawn
  1. Mahmoud Elsherif
    Age of acquisition effects in recognition without identification tasks.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Ruolan Zhang
    The interaction between emotional content and contextual details in episodic memory.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Aisha Mukhtar
    The interdependence of emotional valence and expectedness in memory.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Shuangke Jiang
    TDCS effects on visual working memory over Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and Posterior parietal cortex: A conceptual replication study of Wang et al. (2019).
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Ruth Ogden
    The psychophysiological mechanisms of real-world time experience.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Shaun Dordoy
    Probability cueing in large-scale environmental search: A role for landmark cues in statistical learning.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Ralph Pawling
    Dilated and constricted pupils capture attention during different time intervals.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Adam Dede
    Frustrative non-reward causes generalised inhibition that affects performance on attentional blink task.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Masi Noor
    The effects of counterfactual thinking on unilateral forgiveness.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Lana Jago
    Grammar but not vocabulary learning at 17 months predicts language skills at 54 months.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Bradley Kennedy
    Exploring the components that influence the side-effect effect (AKA the Knobe effect).
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Paul Stott
    VP-Internal subjects and incremental processing: Evidence from semantic priming during self-saced reading.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Rachel Hagan
    Research Plan – Is taster status predictive of implicit liking of bitter, astringent and chemesthetic compounds: A psychophysiological study.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Silvia Seghezzi
    Research Plan – Neural coding of goals in voluntary action.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Mahsa Barzy
    Attention to social interactions in real-world scenes: Evidence from change blindness.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Jo Cutler
    Older adults across the globe exhibit increased prosocial behaviour but also greater in-group preferences.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Marius Golubickis
    Knock yourself out: Brief mindfulness-based meditation eliminates self-prioritization.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Sonia Malvica
    Do presence of people and perspective impact upon aesthetic and tourist judgements of tourist destination images?
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Greg Maciejewski
    Type of polysemy matters: Evidence from semantic relatedness decisions.

    Withdrawn
  1. Fan Bai
    The role of transitional probability in cortical tracking of hierarchical linguistic structures.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. ^Donna Gill
    Return sweeps during Chinese multiline reading: The influence of text justification and column setting.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Ionela Bara
    How does art knowledge training impact judgments of artworks?
    Talk Through Video.