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 – 12:30pm to 1:30pm (UK Time) on Thursday 15th April.

1. Mila Mileva, Andrew Young, Rob Jenkins and Mike Burton.
Recognising faces across the adult lifespan: Evidence for age-invariant idiosyncratic facial information.
Talk Through Video.

2. Laura Manno, Stephanie Rossit, Andrew Bayliss and Mintao Zhao.
Perceptual similarity between facial emotions in static and dynamic faces.
Talk Through Video.

3. Laura Sexton, Natalie Butcher and Jonathon Reay.
Do individuals with developmental prosopagnosia benefit from motion during face recognition?
Talk Through Video.

4. Moudhi Al Twaijri, Ellen Poliakoff and Karen Lander.
Research Plan – Exploring the recognition of emotion from dynamic and static faces by people with Parkinson’s.
Talk Through Video.

5. Jing-Ying Wong, Atsunobu Suzuki and Chang Hong Liu.
Is face perception associated with fiction reading?
Talk Through Video.

6. César Lima, Patrícia Arriaga, Andrey Anikin, Ana Rita Pires, Sofia Frade, Leonor Neves and Sophie Scott.
Facial responses during perception predict authenticity evaluations of laughter.
Talk Through Video.

7. Carina de Klerk.
Research plan – Copy me, copy you: Investigating the development of facial mimicry in infancy.
Talk Through Video.

8. Vilma Pullinen, Monica Duta, Patric Bach, Louise Phillips and Margaret Jackson.
Emotion prediction and the role of ambiguity.
Talk Through Video.

9. Eleonora Parrotta and Patric Bach.
Predicting and imaging others’ actions: Towards a unifying perspective.
Talk Through Video.

10. Katrina McDonough and Patric Bach.
Seeing is believing? Prior knowledge of others’ beliefs biases perception of their actions.
Talk Through Video.

11. Paola Del Sette, Serena Lecce, Markus Bindemann and Heather Ferguson.
Testing the automaticity of altercentric perspective-taking in natural scenes.
Talk Through Video.

12. Annita Gkioka, Laura Smith and David Wilkinson.
Vestibular contributions to allocentric representations of space during navigation.
Talk Through Video.

13. Catia Margarida Oliveira, Emma Hayiou-Thomas and Lisa Henderson.
Procedural learning in the SRT task: A long road to stability.
Talk Through Video.

14. Thomas Hein and Maria Herrojo Ruiz.
State anxiety alters the neural oscillatory representations of predictive coding during reward learning.
Talk Through Video.

15. Nick Simonsen and Christopher Madan.
Research Plan – How does reward anticipation influence episodic memory for unrelated images presented in a decisions-from-experience task?
Talk Through Video.

16. María Quintero, Joaquín Morís and Francisco López.
Research Plan – Evaluating the effects of counterconditioning, novelty-facilitated, and standard extinction on the spontaneous recovery of threat expectancy and conditioned stimulus valence.
Talk Through Video.

17. Kaichi Yanaoka, Félice van ‘t Wout, Satoru Saito and Christopher Jarrold.
Learning task knowledge concerning cognitive control processes in adults and 9 to 10 year olds.
Talk Through Video.

18. Sho Ishiguro and Satoru Saito.
The detrimental effect of semantic similarity on immediate serial recall.
Talk Through Video.

19. Xiaotong Yin, Jelena Havelka and Richard Allen.
Exploring strategy use in the value effect on item-colour binding memory.
Talk Through Video.

20. Riccardo Sacripante, Sergio Della Sala and Robert Logie.
Long-term learning and forgetting of conjunctive binding in free verbal recall.
Talk Through Video.

21. Jade Pickering, Lisa Henderson and Aidan Horner.
Retrieval practice transfer effects for multielement event triplets.
Talk Through Video.

22. Nan Kang and Satoru Saito.
Phonological processing of Japanese Kanji by Chinese second language learners: Evidence from consistency and frequency effects in word and nonword reading tasks.
Talk Through Video.

23. Abigail Bradshaw and Carolyn McGettigan.
Phonetic convergence effects during choral speech.
Talk Through Video.

24. Laura Mirams and Ellen Poliakoff.
Social context moderates the spatial boundaries of visuotactile interactions.
Talk Through Video.

25. Tom Arthur, David Harris, Gavin Buckingham, Mark Brosnan, Mark Wilson, Genevieve Williams and Sam Vine.
Expecting the unexpected: An examination of active inference in autistic adults using immersive virtual reality.
Talk Through Video.

26. Jack Owen Evans, Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova and Gavin Buckingham.
Using immersive virtual reality to remotely examine performance differences between dominant and non-dominant hands.
Talk Through Video.

27. Lydia Hickman, Dagmar Fraser and Jennifer Cook.
Research Plan – Examining movement kinematic differences in Autism Spectrum Disorder and Parkinson’s Disease: A matched-groups comparison study.
Talk Through Video.

28. Sophie Sowden, Lydia Hickman, Bianca Schuster, Alicia Rybicki, Dagmar Fraser and Jennifer Cook.
Effects of dopamine D2 receptor antagonist Haloperidol on movement speed in a drawing task.
Talk Through Video.

29. Megan Rose Readman, Neil McLatchie, Ellen Poliakoff, Trevor Crawford and Sally Linkenauger.
How far can I reach? The perception of upper body action capabilities in Parkinson’s Disease.
Talk Through Video.

30. George Evangelou, James Moore and Hannah Limerick.
I feel it in my fingers! Mid-air haptics and the latent agent.
Talk Through Video.

31. Sonia Malvica, Letizia Palumbo and Valentina Cazzato.
The beauty of tourist destinations: Perceptual and embodiment dimensions of tourist aesthetic judgment.
Talk Through Video.

32. Michael Jeanne Childs, Alex Jones, Peter Thwaites, Sunčica Zdravkovic, Craig Thorley, Atsunobu Suzuki, Rachel Shen, Qi Ding, Edwin Burns, Hong Xu and Jeremy Tree.
Exploring the reliability of other-ethnicity effect scores.
Talk Through Video.

33. Ying Lee, Lily Fitzgibbon and Kou Murayama.
Research Plan – Individual differences in curiosity: An ontological framework.
Talk Through Video.

34. Denise Dal Lago and Thomas Wilcockson.
Cognitive biases and holistic processing for alcohol-related stimuli in light versus heavy drinkers.
Talk Through Video.

35. Panyuan Guo, Alvaro Benito Ballesteros, Lyn Curtis, Muzaffer Kaser, Ruby Liu, Arka Saha and Lucy Cheke.
The impact of COVID-19 infection on cognition.
Talk Through Video.

36. Eleanor Hassan, Andrew Jones and Gavin Buckingham.
Evaluating a new method to induce mental fatigue.
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37. Richard Stephens.
Effect of swearing on strength: Disinhibition as a potential mediator.
Talk Through Video.

38. Gabriele De Maio, Gabriella Bottini and Elisa Raffaella Ferré.
Galvanic vestibular stimulation influences risk-taking behaviour.
Talk Through Video.

39. Renata Sadibolova, Curtis Widmer, Zoe Fletcher, Soraya Weill and Devin Terhune.
Distinguishing unidimensional and multidimensional models of interval timing: A convergence of multiple analytical approaches.
Talk Through Video.

40. Konstantinos Voudouris, Matthew Crosby, Benjamin Beyret, José Hernández-Orallo, Murray Shanahan, Marta Halina and Lucy Cheke.
Direct Human-AI comparison in the Animal-AI Environment.
Talk Through Video.