EPS Poster Session

Please find below the posters (and links to accompanying talk-through videos) being presented during EPS Stirling – 13th to 15th July 2022. During the poster session, we invite you to interact with presenters by commenting or asking questions about their 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 – 5:00pm to 6:00pm (UK Time) on Wednesday 13th July.

1. Isaac Duncan-Cross
Investigating the processing of real and prosthetic hands: What can mental rotation tell us?
Talk-Through Video.

2. Martin Weber
A new method of measuring touch localisation reveals performance differences between the digits of healthy controls.
Talk-Through Video.

3. Myrto Efstathiou
Imagining hands, feet, and our whole body: Differences in motor imagery
across body districts.
Talk-Through Video.

4. Louisa Gwynne
Research Plan – Short Term memory for painful and non-painful touch: A transcranial magnetic stimulation study.
Talk-Through Video.

5. Burcu Goz Tebrizcik
Attitudes and preferences towards body scan meditation interventions in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A survey study.
Talk-Through Video.

6. Eleanor Hassan
A novel method to induce mental fatigue.
Talk-Through Video.

7. Brian Mathias
Effects of inhibitory stimulation of visual area V5/MT on visual speech recognition.
Talk-Through Video.

8. Patric Bach
Imagery as predicted perception: imagery predictively biases judgments of observed action kinematics.
Talk-Through Video.

9. Louise Ewing
Bubbles for everyone! Can a streamlined implementation of the Bubbles reverse correlation paradigm remain sensitive to functionally important group- and individual-level differences in information use?
Talk-Through Video.

10. Gujing Li
Dance training improves the functional connectivity within cortico-basal ganglia loops and salience network in schizophrenia.
Talk-Through Video.

11. Camilla Woodrow-Hill
Research Plan – ‘Imagine while you watch’: The neurophysiology of combined action observation and motor imagery of a hand movement in people with Parkinson’s.
Talk-Through Video.

12. Michelle Giraud
Mapping the Emotional Homunculus: an fMRI study.
Talk-Through Video.

13. Annie Warman
Allocentric visuomotor processing is particularly sensitive to cognitive decline: Evidence from the iReach iPad app in prodromal and clinical Alzheimer’s disease.
Talk-Through Video.

14. Thuy-vy Nguyen
An investigation of the effects of social media browsing on leisure solitude in emerging adults.
Talk-Through Video.

15. Andrew Surtees
The relationship between sleep and social cognition.
Talk-Through Video.

16. Mahsa Barzy
Are social interactions processed holistically? Evidence from change detection.
Talk-Through Video.

17. Michael Clements
Measuring trust in virtual characters through behaviour: The virtual reality wayfinding task.
Talk-Through Video.

18. Bryony Payne
Research Plan – Are people less prone to consider the minds of out-group members? A new mental state inference task.
Talk-Through Video.

19. Martina De Lillo
Understanding the impact of anxiety on belief and desire reasoning.
Talk-Through Video.

20. Elif Bastan
Autistic-like traits relate to different reasoning styles in social versus non-social domains.
Talk-Through Video.

21. Judith Lowes
Evidence for qualitatively different visual processing strategy for non-face stimuli in developmental prosopagnosia.
Talk-Through Video.

22. Alex Bond
When do comprehenders mentalise for pragmatic inference? A replication study.
Talk-Through Video.

23. Guyu Shen
Cross-linguistic structural priming of relative clause attachments in Chinese depends on L2 proficiency.
Talk-Through Video.

24. Joanne Ingram
Quantifier focusing effects in Polish.
Talk-Through Video.

25. Tslil Ofir
Visuospatial representations in sentence production: A cross-linguistic comparison of the effects of reading direction in first- and second-language.
Talk-Through Video.

26. Greg Maciejewski
Type of polysemy matters: Evidence from semantic relatedness decisions.
Talk-Through Video.

27. Jiaxuan Chen
Topic-prominent feature distributions in Chinese textbooks.
Talk-Through Video.

28. Ben Legan
Scene context can cue source memory for words.
Talk-Through Video.

29. Phyllis Windsor
Remembered target detail influences confidence more than recognition accuracy.
Talk-Through Video.

30. Sue Lynn Mah
Latent inhibition in younger and older children.
Talk-Through Video.

31. Lily FitzGibbon
Individual differences in preferences for uncertainty.
Talk-Through Video.

32. Justin Claydon
Uncertainty influences choices to invest in a single goal or divide resources between two goals.
Talk-Through Video.

33. Jonathon McPhetres
Variation in awareness and presentation of human piloerection.
Talk-Through Video.