EPS Poster Session

Please find below the posters (and links to accompanying talk-through videos) being presented during EPS Online in January 2021. During the poster sessions 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 invite you to help us choose a ‘People’s Poster Vote’ prize with voting open between 9am on Wednesday 6th January and 5pm on Thursday 7th January. All posters presented at the EPS Online event are eligible for nomination with EPS members and non-members invited to vote. Please only vote once and you may NOT vote for a poster on which your name or institution is featured. Click here to participate in the ‘People’s Poster Vote’.

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Poster Session 1 – 12:00 to 1:00pm on Wednesday 6th January

  1. Ines Mares*, Emmanuel Ducrocq*, Emily Fergusson*, Louise Ewing and Marie Smith*
    ERP evidence that fixation location contributes to age-related shifts in neural responses to face inversion.
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  1. Rana Qarooni*, Markus Bindemann, Jonathan Prunty* and Rob Jenkins
    Capacity limits in face detection. Talk Through Video.
  1. Jonathan Prunty*, Rob Jenkins, Rana Qarooni* and Markus Bindemann
    Rapid formation of stable face representations. Talk Through Video.
  1. Matthew Fysh*, Iliyana Trifonova, Cade McCall*, Mike Burton and Markus Bindemann
    Identifying real people and realistic avatars. Talk Through Video.
  1. Hélio Cuve*, Wangjingyi Liao*, Mirta Stantic*, Caroline Catmur and Geoffrey Bird
    Representation of emotion in linear and non-linear face dynamics. Talk Through Video.
  1. Sarah Alharbi*, Katherine Button*, Lingshan Zhang*, Kieran O’Shea*, Vanessa Fasolt*, Anthony Lee*, Lisa DeBruine* and Benedict Jones*
    Are affective factors related to individual differences in facial expression recognition? Talk Through Video.
  1. Eilidh Noyes, Josh Davis, Nikolay Petrov*, Katie Gray and Kay Ritchie
    The effect of masks and sunglasses on face-matching and expression recognition for super-recognisers and typical observers. Talk Through Video.
  1. Jelka Stojanov* and Brian Parkinson*
    Examining the influence of social relations on judgments of in-group and out-group members’ emotional expressions. Talk Through Video.
  1. Ana Pinheiro*, Andrey Anikin*, Sophie Scott and César Lima*
    The effects of authenticity on evaluations of trust and dominance in emotional voice perception. Talk Through Video.
  1. Carmelo Calafiore*, Dimitri Ognibene* and Tom Foulsham
    Social proactive vision: The skill of looking around for social information. Talk Through Video.
  1. Ashleigh Bellard*, Paula Trotter*, Francis McGlone* and Valentina Cazzato
    The impact of COVID-19 restrictions on vicarious ratings of social touch. Talk Through Video.
  1. Davide Deflorio*, Alan Wing* and Massimiliano Di Luca
    Research Plan – Two-point touch discrimination in young and elderly: a proposed psychophysical and computational study. Talk Through Video.
  1. Min Li*, Roberta Roberts* and Massimiliano Di Luca
    Vision impacts tactile roughness. Talk Through Video.
  1. Harry Stewardson* and Thomas Sambrook
    Evidence for parietal reward prediction errors using great grand average meta-analysis. Talk Through Video.
  1. Gregory Davis*, Nayantara Ramamoorthy*, Alex Muhl-Richardson and Max Parker*
    Prioritisation of direct gaze in visual search: Stimulus, templates and prediction error.

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  1. Molly Reeve*, Esther Yip*, Stacey Aston*, Marko Nardini and Ulrik Beierholm*
    Failure to account for extrinsic noise leads to suboptimal information integration. Talk Through Video.
  1. Harry Farmer, Chris Bevan*, David Green*, Mandy Rose*, Kirsten Cater* and Danae Stanton-Fraser*
    Did you see what I saw? Comparing viewer synchrony when watching 360° video in HMD vs Flat Screen. Talk Through Video.
  1. Frouke Hermens, Alexander Buljic* and Thomas Lachmann*
    Global and local processing in a Navon matching task. Talk Through Video.
  1. Yani Qiu*, Cognition and Communication Consortium and Joanne Taylor
    Auditory Stroop Tasks: A consistent Stroop effect, inconsistent effect sizes, and the relationship with perception ability. Talk Through Video.
  1. Alice Liefgreen* and David Lagnado
    Drawing conclusions: Evaluating competing explanations. Talk Through Video.
  1. Harry Piper* and Paloma Mari-Beffa
    Research Plan – The predictive power of visual cues to interpersonal threat detection. Talk Through Video.
  1. Andras Zsido*, Diana Stecina*, Rebecca Cseh* and Michael Hout*
    The effects of task-irrelevant threatening stimuli on orienting- and executive attentional processes under cognitive load. Talk Through Video.
  1. Amber Copeland*, Tom Stafford and Matt Field*
    Modelling value-based decision-making after experimental manipulation of the value of alcohol. Talk Through Video.

Poster Session 2 – 1:00pm to 2:00pm on Thursday 7th January

  1. Rebecca Norman*, Adrina Joseph*, Rachael Hulme*, Holly Joseph* and Joanne Taylor
    Contextual diversity during learning benefits generalisation about word meanings. Talk Through Video.
  1. Rima Alhaider*, Chris Donlan and Merle Mahon*
    The influence of grammar on children’s number concepts: Evidence from Arabic/English bilinguals. Talk Through Video.
  1. Alex Mepham*, Yifei Bi* and Sven Mattys
    Changes in release from linguistic masking over time: Differences between native and non-native speakers. Talk Through Video.
  1. Jacqueline Phelps* and Mirjana Bozic
    Neural tracking of attended speech in monolingual and bilingual children. Talk Through Video.
  1. Máté Aller*, Heidi Solberg Økland*, Lucy MacGregor*, Helen Blank* and Matthew Davis
    Audio-visual comprehension of degraded speech: Does visual speech enhance auditory entrainment of MEG signals? Talk Through Video.
  1. Sophie Hardy*, Ole Jensen*, Linda Wheeldon, Ali Mazaheri* and Katrien Segaert*
    Building language: Investigating the neural processes involved in syntactic binding using MEG. Talk Through Video.
  1. Michael Cutter, Kevin Paterson and Ruth Filik
    No evidence of word-level uncertainty in younger and older adults in self-paced reading. Talk Through Video.
  1. César Gutiérrez Silva*, Joanne Taylor, Lena Blott* and Jennifer Rodd
    Reading rich semantic sentences to improve disambiguation skills in adults. Talk Through Video.
  1. Lucy MacGregor*, Rebecca Gilbert, Zuzanna Balewski*, Daniel Mitchell*, Sharon Erzinclioglu*, Jennifer Rodd, John Duncan, Evelina Fedorenko* and Matthew Davis
    Updating ambiguous word meanings: a role for the language-selective fronto-temporal network. Talk Through Video.
  1. Divyush Khemka*, Narges Ahmadilari*, Geoffrey Bird and Caroline Catmur
    Imitation in one’s own presence: No specific effect of self-focus on imitation. Talk Through Video.
  1. Crystal Silver*, Ben Tatler, Ramakrishna Chakravarthi* and Bert Timmermans*
    Agency beliefs modulate temporal binding in screen-mediated observation.
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  1. Alicia Rybicki*, Bianca Schuster*, Sophie Sowden and Jennifer Cook
    Dopaminergic modulation of learning rate in social and non-social learning. Talk Through Video.
  1. Jennifer Cook, Dagmar Fraser*, Rebecca Brewer and Ben Dongsung Huh*
    Potential drivers of atypically jerky movements in autism. Talk Through Video.
  1. Daniel Poole, Martin Casassus*, Emma Gowen*, Ellen Poliakoff and Luke Jones
    Investigating timing processes in autism. Talk Through Video.
  1. Florence Yik Nam Leung*, Can Zhou*, Cunmei Jiang* and Fang Liu
    Priming effects of spoken and sung emotions on facial emotion recognition in congenital amusia (CA) and high autistic traits (HAT). Talk Through Video.
  1. Anamarija Veic*, Tim Williams* and Fang Liu
    Perception of lexical tone and intonation in Mandarin by English speakers with and without autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Talk Through Video.
  1. Jia Hoong Ong* and Fang Liu
    Do age, autistic traits, and welfare predict the use of music as a coping strategy before and during COVID-19 lockdown? Talk Through Video.
  1. Lydia Hickman*, Jennifer Cook and Elliot Ludvig*
    No differences between autistic and non-autistic adults with respect to social and non-social influences on risky decision-making. Talk Through Video.
  1. Astrid Priscilla Martinez Cedillo*, Kevin Dent* and Tom Foulsham
    The role of Visuospatial Working Memory Presentation and ADHD on an image-viewing task. Talk Through Video.
  1. Santiago Castiello*, Michael Browning*, Ralph Miller* and Robin Murphy
    Lower sensitivity to mutual absent cues in Schizotypy. Talk Through Video.
  1. Emilie de Montpellier*, James Bisby and Neil Burgess
    Disrupted associative binding and memory coherence for negative events and their relationship with intrusive memories. Talk Through Video.
  1. Simon Kwon*, Franziska Richter*, Michael Siena* and Jon Simons
    Memory precision and your reality monitoring following magnetic stimulation of Angular Gyrus. Talk Through Video.
  1. Nan Ni*, Susan Gathercole, Dennis Norris* and Satoru Saito
    Potential negative effects of working memory training: A replication. Talk Through Video.
  1. Jamie Cockcroft*, Sam Berens*, Gareth Gaskell and Aidan Horner
    Schema influence on behaviour for both schema-relevant and -irrelevant information. Talk Through Video.
  1. Stuart Moore* and James Grange
    The impact of dimension switching on visual short-term memory. Talk Through Video.
  1. James Grange, Stuart Moore* and Ed Berry
    mixtur: An R package for modelling continuous-report visual short-term memory experiments. Talk Through Video.
  1. Madeleine Ingham* and Melissa Colloff
    Implicit and explicit metacognition and memory in children. Talk Through Video.