EPS Poster Session

Please find below the posters (and links to accompanying talk-through videos) being presented during EPS Online – April 2021. 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.

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Poster Session – 11:00am to 12:00pm (UK Time) on Thursday 8th July.

  1. Katie Brown, Mirta Stantic, Caroline Catmur and Geoff Bird.
    Investigating face perception and face memory in autism.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Connor Keating and Jennifer Cook.
    Two Pathways: The contribution of autistic and alexithymic traits to emotion recognition difficulties.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Jasmine K.W. Lee, Steve Janssen and Alejandro Estudillo.
    Exploring the modulation effects of one’s self-concept style, depressive traits, and autistic traits on a self-face advantage.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Bryan Leong Qi Zheng, Alejandro Estudillo, Ahamed Miflah Hussain Ismail and Wong Hoo Keat.
    The whole or the sum of its parts: Holistic processing deficits in developmental prosopagnosia.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Kho Siew Kei, David Keeble, Wong Hoo Keat and Alejandro Estudillo.
    Research Plan – The effect of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) and transcranial random noise stimulation on face recognition. Withdrawn.
  1. Sarah Alharbi, Iris Holzleitner, Adil Saribay, Benedict Jones and Anthony Lee
    Does self-rated attractiveness predict women’s preferences for facial masculinity? Data from an Arab sample. Withdrawn.
  1. Alexander Diel and Michael Lewis.
    Famous face familiarity increases and inversion reduces distortion sensitivity for uncanniness ratings and detection of facial distortions.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Hellen Jing Yuan, Elisabeth Van der Hulst, Elisabeth Von Dem Hagen, Johan Wagemans and Christoph Teufel.
    Early sensory processing of a feature is modulated by the feature’s relevance to high-level object perception.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Courtney Mansfield, Fraser Smith and Stephanie Rossit.
    Investigating affordance effects in people with high traits of developmental coordination disorder (DCD): An online stimulus-response compatibility study.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Annie Warman and Stephanie Rossit.
    Research Plan – Is there a lower visual field preference for object affordances? A series of online reaction time studies.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Kimberley Dundas and Joseph Brooks.
    Multivariate decoding of EEG data reveals similar mechanisms mediate perceptual adaptation and spontaneous perceptual reversals.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Iqra Arshad and Elisa Ferre.
    Ready, Steady, Go! Altered gravity influences responses to environmental stimuli.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Mariana Babo-Rebelo and Patrick Haggard.
    Looking, liking and locating: aesthetic experiences shape spatial representation.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Roberta Roberts.
    Roughness perception spans the hands.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Hayley Dewe, Janna Gottwald, Laura-Ashleigh Bird, Harry Brenton, Marco Gillies and Dorothy Cowie.
    Exploring the effects of visuomotor synchrony, touch, and human form on the embodiment of virtual hands in children.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Hannah Slack, Georgina Jackson, Danielle Ropar and Stephen Jackson.
    Exploring the development of the forward model system for motor control in children.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Laura-Ashleigh Bird, Tamar Makin and Dorothy Cowie.
    Research Plan – Compensatory motor behaviour in children with limb differences.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Richard O’Connor, Andrew Lucas and Kevin Riggs.
    Research Plan – Measuring egocentric bias on the false belief task in adults using mouse tracking.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Rory Baxter and Alastair Smith.
    Unreliable landmarks influence the use of viewer centred navigational cues.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Helen Morse, Amy Jolly, Valerie Pomeroy, Allan Clark and Stephanie Rossit.
    Visual search in extrapersonal space: A large sample study. Withdrawn.
  1. Tamara Giménez-Fernández, David Luque, David Shanks and Miguel Vadillo.
    Probabilistic cueing of visual search is not an inflexible attentional habit: A meta-analytic review.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Melina Kunar.
    The optimal way to present computer aided detection in low prevalence search.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Siobhan McAteer, Anthony McGregor and Daniel Smith.
    The precision of representations in visuospatial working memory depends on their location in the visual field.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Christ Billy Aryanto, Emma Blakey, Renee Timmers, Claudia von Bastian.
    Research Plan – Why are active music making and executive functions related? Testing the mediating roles of sensory discrimination and fluid intelligence.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Stuart Moore, Megan Owen, Peirce Proctor and James Grange.
    Reconfiguration or inertia? Identifying a possible origin of switch costs during visual short-term memory resource allocation.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Loredana Frau, Valentina Cazzato and Davide Bruno.
    The role of age, cognitive reserve and depression in executive functioning.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Sho Ishiguro, Kaichi Yanaoka, Masataka Nakayama, Yoshiyuki Ueda and Satoru Saito.
    Control schedule learning: An exploratory examination with the Multi-Source Interference Task.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Meg Attwood and Chris Jarrold.
    Investigating the relationship between anxiety and working memory performance in adolescents.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. RuoChong Zhang, JeYoung Jung and Christopher Madan.
    Using neuromodulation to attenuate the negative impact of high task load on memory.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Ayanfe Adebayo and Deborah Talmi.
    Multiple determinants of recall: Does the influence of temporal contiguity on recall diminish with time?
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Bethanie Richards and Shane Lindsay.
    Research Plan – Does oral breathing disrupt memory consolidation during wakeful rest?
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Anna Guttesen, Gareth Gaskell and Scott Cairney.
    The sleeping brain’s response to verbal and non-verbal memory cues.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Tim Hollins, Tina Seabrooke, Chris Mitchell and Angus Inkster.
    Is the pre-testing effect driven by curiosity?
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Gwen Brekelmans, Nadine Lavan, Meghan Clayards and Elizabeth Wonnacott.
    Research Plan – Does high talker variability improve the learning of non-native phoneme contrasts? A replication study.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Andrew Lucas, Shane Lindsay, Richard O’Connor and Kevin Riggs.
    Computer mouse tracking shows evidence of immediate lexical engagement effects in adults.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Alex Bond, Lorna Hamilton and Nicola Cutting.
    Investigating the relationship between mentalising and reading comprehension.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Fawziah Qahtani, Kayleigh Warrington, Kevin Paterson and Sarah White.
    Effects of reading goals on processing of syntactic ambiguity and semantic plausibility.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Dario Fuentes Grandon and Nina Kazanina.
    Lost in pronunciation.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Emma Tecwyn and Angela Nyhout.
    Research Plan – The development of mental simulation as a strategy for solving problems with multiple alternatives.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Joanne Eaves, Camilla Gilmore and Lucy Cragg.
    The conflict adaptation effect: Transfer across mathematical and non-mathematical domains.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Daniel Perez-Zapata, Xavia McKenzie-Smart, Ian Charest and Ian Apperly.
    Children and adults solve pure coordination games via alignment of intuitions.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Francisco Vicente-Conesa, Tamara Giménez-Fernández, David Luque and Miguel Vadillo.
    Learning to suppress a distractor may not be unconscious.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Jason Hill, Ross Vanderwert and Travis Proulx.
    Inconsistency-induced tonic LC-NA arousal associated with enhanced environmental abstraction.
    Talk Through Video.
  1. Delali Konu, Brontë McKeown, Adam Turnbull, Nerissa Siu Ping Ho, Theodoros Karapanagiotidis, Tamara Vanderwal, Cade McCall, Steven Tipper, Elizabeth Jefferies and Jonathan Smallwood.
    Exploring patterns of ongoing thought under naturalistic and conventional task-based conditions.
    Talk Through Video.