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APRIL 23–26 • 2022

CNS 2022 | Schedule Overview

*Tentative, subject to change

 

Saturday, April 23, 2022

11:00 am - 1:00 pm Exhibitor Check In, Pacific Concourse
11:00 am - 6:00 pm On-site Registration & Pre-Registration Check In, Grand Ballroom Foyer
12:00 - 2:00 pm Symposium 1: High Time to Unravel the Neuronal Computations Across Cortical Layers in Mice, Monkeys, and Humans, Andre Bastos, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
    12:00 - 12:08 pm    Introduction
     12:08 - 12:34 pm    Talk 1: BigBrain 3D Atlas of Cortical Layers, Konrad Wagstyl
     12:34 - 1:00 pm    Talk 2: The Neural Circuit Underlying Perceptual Expectations, Peter Kok
     1:04 - 1:26 pm    Talk 3: A Spectro-Laminar Framework for Cortical Computations, Andre Bastos
     1:26 - 1:52 pm    Talk 4: Laminar Specific Interactions in the Visual Cortex, Shailaja Akella
     1:52 - 2:00 pm    Q&A with the Audience
12:00 - 2:00 pm Symposium 2: Localization of Function in Times of Network Science, Brenda Rapp, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C  
     12:00 - 12:08 pm    Introduction
     12:08 - 12:34 pm    Talk 1: Content-Specific Modulation of Functional Networks in the Setting of Transient
   and Chronic Lesions, Bradford Mahon
     12:34 - 1:00 pm    Talk 2: From Voxels to Hemispheres: Functional Network Consequences of Damage   
   and Treatment, Brenda Rapp
     1:04 - 1:26 pm    Talk 3: The Low Dimensional Correlation of Behavioral Deficits and Network Changes
   in Focal Injury, Maurizio Corbetta
     1:26 - 1:52 pm    Talk 4: A Network Perspective on Cognitive Effort, Danielle Bassett
     1:52 - 2:00 pm    Q&A with the Audience
1:00 - 1:30 pm Poster Session A Set-Up, Pacific Concourse
1:00 - 5:45 pm Exhibits Open, Pacific Concourse
2:00 - 3:30 pm Data Blitz Session 1, Grand Ballroom A
Data Blitz Session 2, Grand Ballroom B/C
Data Blitz Session 3, Bayview Room
Data Blitz Session 4, Seacliff Room
3:30 - 4:00 pm Coffee Service, Pacific Concourse
3:30 - 5:30 pm Poster Session A, Pacific Concourse
5:30 - 6:30 pm Opening Ceremonies & Keynote Address - Development of the Social Brain in Adolescence and Effects of Social Distancing, Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, University of Cambridge, UK, Grand Ballroom
5:30 - 5:45 pm Poster Session A Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
5:45 pm Exhibit Hall Closed for the Day – No Entry
6:30 - 7:30 pm Welcome Reception, Atrium

 

Sunday, April 24, 2022

7:30 - 8:00 am Exhibit Hall Access for Exhibitors/Poster Session B Set-up Only, Pacific Concourse
7:30 am - 6:30 pm On-site Registration & Pre-Registration Check In, Grand Ballroom Foyer
8:00 - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast, Pacific Concourse
8:00 - 10:00 am Poster Session BPacific Concourse
8:00 am - 7:00 pm Exhibits Open, Pacific Concourse
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Invited Symposium 1: Taking Things to the Next Level: Deep Dives into Neural Population Activity, John Duncan, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     10:00 - 10:08 am    Introduction
     10:08 - 10:36 am    Talk 1: Cortical Dynamics and their Influence on Subcortical Targets During Goal-
   Directed Behavior, Mriganka Sur
     10:36 - 11:04 am    Talk 2: Top-Down Visual Attention: Circuit Dissection in Mice, Yang Dan
     11:04 - 11:32 am    Talk 3: Towards a Circuit Level Description of Model-Based Decision Making in
   Mice, Thomas Akam
     11:32 - 12:00 pm    Talk 4: Neural Dynamics of the Primate Attention Network, Sabine Kastner
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Invited Symposium 2: Challenges for the Metacognitive Foundations of Consciousness, Ned Block, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     10:00 - 10:08 am    Introduction
     10:08 - 10:36 am    Talk 1: Failures of Awareness in a Rich Visual World,
   Emily Ward
     10:36 - 11:04 am    Talk 2: Threat Imminence Drives a Coherent Fear Response, Michelle Craske
     11:04 - 11:32 am    Talk 3: Decoding Conscious Content Representations in the Prefrontal Cortex in the
   Absence of Subjective Reports and Post Perceptual Processing,
   Theofanis Panagiotaropoulos
     11:32 - 12:00 pm    Talk 4: Defending the Implicit Metacognitive View of Subjective Experience,
   Hakwan Lau
11:30 - 11:45 am Poster B Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
12:00 - 1:30 pm Lunch Break (On your own)
12:15 - 1:15 pm DEI Workshop - Developing an Effective Diversity Statement, Grand Ballroom A
1:30 - 2:00 pm Poster C Set-Up, Pacific Concourse
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 3-How do Eye Movements Structure Hippocampal-Dependent Memories?, Joel Voss, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     1:30 - 1:38 pm    Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm    Talk 1: Eye Movements Support Active Memory Retrieval, Jordana Wynn
     2:04 - 2:30 pm    Talk 2: Hippocampal Theta Oscillations Coordinate Effective Visual Exploration,
   James Kragel
     2:30 - 2:56 pm    Talk 3: Theta-Rhythmic Coordination to Prevent Conflicts During Attention and
   Working Memory, Ian Fiebelkorn
     2:56 - 3:22 pm    Talk 4: The Control of Gaze for and by Hippocampal and Retrosplenial Synchrony
   During Memory-Guided Search, Kari Hoffman
     3:22 - 3:30 pm    Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 4 – Contributions of Lower Structures to Higher-Cognition, William Saban, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm    Talk 1: Subcortical Cognition: The Fruit Below the Rind, Michael Ullman
     2:04 - 2:30 pm    Talk 2: The Basal Ganglia, Cerebellum and Cerebral Cortex are Nodes in an
   Interconnected Network, Peter Strick
     2:30 - 2:56 pm    Talk 3: A Common Subcortical Ground for Unifying Two Contradictory Theories of
   Emotion, Josef Parvizi
     2:56 - 3:22 pm    Talk 4: Distinct Contributions of the Cerebellum and Basal Ganglia to Arithmetic
   Procedures, William Saban
     3:22 - 3:30 pm    Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 5- Cognitive and Brain Aging: New Insights from Biomarkers, Lifestyle Factors, and Genetics, Anja Soldan, Bayview Room
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm    Talk 1: The Impact of Midlife Biomarker and Lifestyle Variables on Long-Term Cognitive
   Trajectories, Corinne Pettigrew
     2:04 - 2:30 pm    Talk 2: Physical Activity Relates to Attenuated Clinical and Axonal Injury Trajectories in
   FTD, Kaitlin Casaletto
     2:30 - 2:56 pm    Talk 3: Executive Function in Older Adults: Implications for Normative Aging and
   Alzheimer's Disease, William Kremen
     2:56 - 3:22 pm    Talk 4: Age-Related Change in BOLD Variability During Working Memory Load is
   Dependent on Amyloid Deposition, Kristen Kennedy
     3:22 - 3:30 pm    Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 6- Neural Recycling of Reasoning Networks by STEM Domains: Evidence from Studies of Math, Engineering and Programming, Yun-Fei Liu, Seacliff Room
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm    Talk 1: The Dissociation Between the Neural Bases of Natural Language and Deductive
   Inference, Martin Monti
     2:04 - 2:30 pm    Talk 2: A Frontoparietal Network Underlies Deductive Inference and Conceptual
   Understanding in Physics, David Kraemer
     2:30 - 2:56 pm    Talk 3: Neural Correlates of Advanced Mathematical Activity, Marie Amalric
     2:56 - 3:22 pm    Talk 4: Neural Recycling of Logical Reasoning Network for Programming Code
   Comprehension, Yun-Fei Liu
     3:22 - 3:30 pm    Q&A with the Audience
3:30 - 4:00 pm Coffee Break - DEI Meet & Greet, Ballroom Foyer
4:00 - 5:00 pm 28th Annual George A. Miller Prize in Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture, Cognitive Neuroscience in the Age of Discovery, BJ Casey, Yale University, Grand Ballroom
5:00 - 7:00 pm Poster Session C, Pacific Concourse
7:00 - 7:15 pm Poster Session C Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
7:15 pm Exhibit Hall Closed for the Day – No Entry

 

Monday, April 25, 2022

7:30 - 8:00 am Exhibit Hall Access for Exhibitors/Poster Session D Set-Up Only, Pacific Concourse
8:00 am - 5:30 pm On-site Registration & Pre-Registration Check In, Grand Ballroom Foyer
8:00 - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast, Pacific Concourse
8:00 - 10:00 am Poster Session DPacific Concourse
8:00 am - 5:45 pm Exhibits Open, Pacific Concourse
8:00 - 10:00 am Communications Open House, Press Room, Regency A
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Symposium 7 – Cognitive Neuroscience of Volition, Gabriel Kreiman, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     10:00 - 10:08 am    Introduction
     10:08 - 10:34 am    Talk 1: Models of Uncued Action Initiation, Aaron Schurger
     10:34 - 11:00 am    Talk 2: What Constrains Mappings Between Models of Volition and Neural Data?,
   Rosa Cao
     11:00 - 11:26 am    Talk 3: Arbitrary and Deliberate Decisions in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Volition,
   Uri Maoz
     11:26 - 11:52 am    Talk 4: Implications of the Neuroscience of Volition for the Free Will Debate,
   Adina Roskies
     11:52 - 12:00 pm    Q&A with the Audience
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Symposium 8 – New Perspectives on the Interplay Between Memory and Cognitive Control, Chunyue Teng, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     10:00 - 10:08 am Introduction
     10:08 - 10:34 am    Talk 1: Cognitive Control is Shaped by Striatal Dopamine-dependent Changes in
   Learning and Motivation, Roshan Cools
     10:34 - 11:00 am    Talk 2: Interference and Integration in Hierarchical Task Learning, Jiefeng Jiang
     11:00 - 11:26 am    Talk 3: Contributions of Human Executive Functions to Reinforcement Learning,
   Aspen Yoo
     11:26 - 11:52 am    Talk 4: Flexible Control of the Interaction Between Working Memory and Perception,
   Chunyue Teng
     11:52 - 12:00 pm    Q&A with the Audience
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Symposium 9 – Sculpting Active Vision Through Oscillations-Guided Actions, Yali Pan, Chair, Bayview Room
     10:00 - 10:08 am    Introduction
     10:08 - 10:34 am    Talk 1: Saccades are Locked to the Phase of Alpha Activity During Natural Reading,
   Yali Pan
     10:34 - 11:00 am    Talk 2: How do Alpha Oscillations Move Your Eyes About?, Tzvetan Popov
     11:00 - 11:26 am    Talk 3: Visual Processing is Coupled to Cortico-Motor Control, Alice Tomassini
     11:26 - 11:52 am    Talk 4: Active Vision Modulates Neural Excitability in Human Auditory and Speech
   Processing Systems, Marcin Leszczynski
     11:52 - 12:00 pm    Q&A with the Audience
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Symposium 10 – Insights into Human Cognition from Precision fMRI of Individuals, Caterina Gratton, Chair, Rodrigo Braga, Co-Chair, Seacliff Room
10:00 - 10:08 am    Introduction
     10:08 - 10:34 am    Talk 1: The Power of Individual-Level Analyses in fMRI, Ev Fedorenko
     10:34 - 11:00 am    Talk 2: Parallel Systems for Social and Spatial Reasoning within the Cortical Apex,
   Ben Deen
     11:00 - 11:26 am    Talk 3: Applying Dense-Sampling Methods to Reveal Dynamic Endocrine Modulation of
   the Nervous System, Emily Jacobs
     11:26 - 11:52 am    Talk 4: Brain Network Reorganization Following Bilateral Perinatal Strokes,
   Timothy Laumann
     11:52 - 12:00 pm    Q&A with the Audience
11:30 - 11:45 am Poster Session D Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
12:00 - 1:30 pm Lunch Break (On your own)
1:30 - 2:00 pm Poster Session E Set-Up, Pacific Concourse
1:30 - 2:00 pm YIA 1 - Navigating our uncertain social worlds, Oriel FeldmanHall, Brown University, Grand Ballroom A
2:00 - 2:30 pm YIA 2 - Goal States Tailor the Content and Structure of Episodic Memory, Vishnu "Deepu" Murty, Temple University, Grand Ballroom A
2:30 - 4:30 pm Poster Session EPacific Concourse
3:30 - 4:00 pm Coffee Service, Pacific Concourse
4:30 - 5:30 pm 11th Annual Fred Kavli Distinguished Career Contributions in Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture, Resolving Distraction, John Jonides, University of Michigan, Grand Ballroom
5:30 - 5:45 pm Poster Session E Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
5:45 - 7:15 pm 7th Annual CNSTA Professional Development Panel for Trainees, Bayview Room
5:45 pm Exhibit Hall Closed for the Day – No Entry
7:15 - 8:00 pm JoCN: what's new and what should be next?, Bayview Room
7:30 - 10:00 pm CNS Student Trainee Social Night

 

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

7:30 am - 8:00 am Exhibit Hall Access for Exhibitors/Poster Session F Set-Up Only, Pacific Concourse
8:00 am - 3:00 pm On-site Registration & Pre-Registration Check In. Grand Ballroom Foyer
8:00 - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast, Pacific Concourse
8:00 - 10:00 am Poster Session FPacific Concourse
8:00 am - 12:00 pm Exhibits Open, Pacific Concourse
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Invited Symposium 3 – Marr's Levels of Analysis 40 Years On, Tomaso Poggio, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     10:00 - 10:08 am    Introduction
     10:08 - 10:36 am    Talk 1: Receptive Field Models do not Explain Responses of Mouse Visual Cortical
   Neurons, Christof Koch
     10:36 - 11:04 am    Talk 2: Marr’s Vision of Color, 40 Years On, Anya Hurlbert
     11:04 - 11:32 am    Talk 3: Multilevel Theories for Completeness, Social Psychology and Social Network
   Analysis, Brad Love
     11:32 - 12:00 pm    Talk 4: From Marr’s Vision Book to Human Intelligence, Tomaso Poggio
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Invited Symposium 4 – Empathy, Social Contact, and their Neuromodulation, Stephanie Preston, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     10:00 - 10:08 am    Overview: Homologous Neural and Hormonal Systems for Offspring and Human
   Altruism, Stephanie Preston
     10:08 - 10:36 am    Talk 1: Neural Mechanisms of Empathy in the Prairie Vole and Modulation by
   Environmental Exposures, James Burkett
     10:36 - 11:04 am    Talk 2: Effects of Oxytocin or Vasopressin on Empathy: Moderated or Null?,
   Benjamin A. Tabak
     11:04 - 11:32 am    Talk 3: Defaulting to Give, Tristen K. Inagaki
     11:32 - 12:00 pm    Talk 4: Oxytocin Neuromodulation During Social Touch Interactions, India Morrison
11:45 am - 12:00 pm Poster Session F Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
12:00 pm Exhibit Hall Closed for the Day – No Entry
12:00 - 1:30 pm Lunch Break (On your own)
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 11 – Neurocomputational Mechanisms of Motivational Influences on Decision-Making, Debbie Yee, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     1:30 - 1:38 pm    Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm    Talk 1: Reward Improves Performance Under Conflict by Enhancing the Preparation of
   Goal-Directed Actions, Taraz Lee
     2:04 - 2:30 pm    Talk 2: High-Level Habits in Goal-Directed Decision-Making, Ian Ballard
     2:30 - 2:56 pm    Talk 3: Amygdala Encodes Motivational Enhancement of Sensory Evidence During
   Perceptual Decision-Making, Yuan Chang Leong
     2:56 - 3:22 pm    Talk 4: Reward and Aversive Motivation Influence Distinct Effort Strategies for
   Cognitive Control Allocation, Debbie Yee
     3:22 - 3:30 pm    Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 12 – The Flexible and Adaptive Nature of Emotional Memory, Joseph Dunsmoor, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     1:30 - 1:38 pm    Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm Talk 1: Episodic Memories as Valuation Summaries: Dissociable Mechanisms
of Reward Modulation Reveal Temporal Precision, R. Alison Adcock
     2:04 - 2:30 pm    Talk 2: Memory Reactivation is a Core Mechanism Supporting the Learning of
   Emotional Attributions, Lila Davachi
     2:30 - 2:56 pm    Talk 3: Vagal Influences over Emotional Memory Biases, Mara Mather
     2:56- 3:22 pm    Talk 4: How Aversive Learning Affects the Strength and Organization of Neutral
   Memory Encoded Close in Time?, Joseph Dunsmoor
     3:22 - 3:30 pm    Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 13 – From Acoustics to Music or Speech: Their (Dis)Similar Perceptual Mechanisms, Andrew Chang, Chair, Bayview Room
     1:30 - 1:38 pm    Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm    Talk 1: The Amplitude Modulation of Sounds Affects the Perceptual Judgement of
   Speech or Music, Andrew Chang
     2:04 - 2:30 pm    Talk 2: How do we Differentiate Speech from Song in Early Childhood?,
   Christina Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden
     2:30 - 2:56 pm Talk 3: Investigating Cortical Correlates of High-Level features of Natural Speech
and Music, Guilhem Marion
     2:56 - 3:22 pm    Talk 4: Segmenting and Predicting "phrases" in Continuous Auditory Streams:
   The Case of Music, Pauline Larrouy-Maestri
     3:22 - 3:30 pm    Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 14 – I Want to Break Free: Cognitive Neuroscience Unleashed from the Lab, Alex Clarke, Chair, Seacliff Room
1:30 - 1:38 pm    Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm    Talk 1: Making the Case for Mobile Cognition - Taking EEG out of the Lab and into the
   Real World, David Donaldson
     2:04 - 2:30 pm    Talk 2: Object Recognition in the Real World: Adventures in Mobile EEG and
   Augmented Reality, Victoria Nicholls
     2:30 - 2:56 pm    Talk 3: Methodological Considerations on Sampling Visual Experience with Mobile Eye
   Tracking, Michelle Greene
     2:56 - 3:22 pm    Talk 4: Enhancing Real-World Memory with a Smartphone Intervention that Promotes
   Differentiation of Hippocampal Activity in Older Adults, Morgan Barense
     3:22 - 3:30 pm    Q&A with the Audience

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