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CNS 2020 | Poster Session Schedule

 

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Poster Session A Saturday, March 14 3:00 - 5:00 pm Exhibit Hall C
Poster Session B Sunday, March 15 8:00 - 10:00 am Exhibit Hall C
Poster Session C Sunday, March 15 1:00 - 3:00 pm Exhibit Hall C
Poster Session D Monday, March 16 8:00 - 10:00 am Exhibit Hall C
Poster Session E Monday, March 16 2:30 - 4:30 pm Exhibit Hall C
Poster Session F Tuesday, March 17 8:00 - 10:00 am Exhibit Hall C

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Poster Session A- Saturday, March 14th, 3:00 – 5:00 pm

A1, Lars Hausfeld, Tracking of Continuous Speech in Noisy Auditory Scenes at 7T fMRI

A2, Saebyul Lee, Development of Implicit Location Probability Learning

A3, Sarah Izen, Multisensory interactions between emotional faces and voices are enhanced by attending to emotion but not gender

A4, Simona Temereanca, Qigong moving meditation impacts attention and sensorimotor function in cancer-related fatigue

A5, Kathryn Devaney, Cortical Attention and Default Mode Networks in Focused Attention Meditators Assessed with fMRI

A6, Olga Leticevscaia, The effects of attention to the contextual integration of objects and scenes

A7, Kierstin Riels, Modeling the Trial-by-Trial Dynamics of Associative Learning:  Alpha Power, Pupil Diameter, and Self-Reported Expectancy

A8, Reem Alzahabi, Multiple Object Tracking: The Perception of Object Ensembles

A9, Michal Bola, Complex naturalistic stimuli maintained in working memory capture attention automatically - an ERP study

A10, Yen-Hsun Chen, Investigation of Frequency-Specific Entrainment on Alpha Inhibition on a Single-Trial Basis

A11, Ian DeAndrea-Lazarus, Anticipatory Biasing of Visuospatial Attention in Deaf Adults

A12, Kengo Tsujimoto, Biparietal transcranial direct current stimulation changes functional connectivity and behavioral performance

A13, Nicole van Rootselaar, Grasping social development: Right hand use relates to motor, cognitive, and social development in children

A14, Alyssa Fassett-Carman, Life stress is associated with gray matter thickness in the salience network in female adolescents and early adults

A15, Chuanji Gao, Identifying Audiovisual Affective Congruence from Brain Activation Patterns

A16, Sarah Kark, Dynamic resting connectivity of the mesolimbic system is associated with individual differences in reward sensitivity

A17, Yuri Terasawa, The effects of insular resection on the cardiac interoception and emotion recognition

A18, Edward Vessel, Art as creative inspiration

A19, Brittany Corbett, Preparing for the Worst: Evidence that Older Adults Proactively Downregulate Negative Affect

A20, Molly Cunningham, Impact of maternal trauma history on child cognitive performance at 5 years by child internalizing symptoms at 3.5 year

A21, Travis Evans, Social reward-threat conflict influences amygdala activation underlying automatic actions in social avoidance

A22, Nicole Forner, Tendency to Ruminate Predicts Higher Alpha Power During Resting State

A23, Alexandra Kelly, Effects of Individual Differences in Disgust Sensitivity on Responses to Taboo Speech

A24, Claire Simmons, Efficacy of Consumer-Based EEG Devices for Conducting Future Research

A25, Livia Tomova, Neural representation of social craving following isolation in the human brain

A26, Shotaro Fujiwara, Tell me the truth: the effect of feedback reliability in praise words on neural activation in reward system

A27, Megan Marshall, The Difference in Behavioral and ERP Responses to Static and Dynamic Facial Expression Portraying Threat

A28, Emily Przysinda, Neural differences in the theory of mind network during socially awkward events in schizophrenia

A29, Toshiki Saito, Seeing humanness in older people

A30, Yaen Chen, Are Two Activities Better Than One? Effects of Music Training and Physical Activity on Cognitive Development

A31, Srishti Nayak, Amount of daily sleep moderates the relationship between family SES and children's inhibitory control skills

A32, Louisa Smith, Individual differences in GABA modulate brain activation during cognitive control differently in teen males and females

A33, Christina Boardman, Criterion shift association of Electroencephalography, in a recognition memory security patrol paradigm.

A34, Richard Daws, Multiple-demands & cognitive control: activation during task-switching is not specific to anterior prefrontal cortex.

A35, Peyton Taylor, tDCS Increases Cognitive Flexibility by Decreasing Task Set Inertia

A36, Michael Dubois, Learning more when attending less: Poor attentional states enhance peripheral learning

A37, Derek M. Smith, Network Coupling & Task Performance

A38, Wei Lin Toh, IDENTIFYING THE COGNITIVE UNDERPINNINGS OF VOICE-HEARING BY COMPARING NEVER, PAST AND CURRENT VOICE-HEARERS

A39, Mengting Fang, Artificial neural networks reveal multivariate integration of information from multiple category-selective regions

A40, Rola Farah, Decreased engagement of cognitive control networks is associated with greater music and better reading in children

A41, Yuliya Yoncheva, Brain plasticity following Organizational Skills Training in elementary school students: A pilot resting-state study

A42, Jacqueline Fulvio, Decomposition of EEG reveals a diversity of beta-band responses to a single pulse of TMS

A43, Elizabeth Johnson, Prefrontal lesions disrupt oscillatory signatures of feature binding in working memory

A44, Malayka Mottarella, Understanding the neurocognitive mechanisms of maintenance and disengagement in a complex working memory task

A45, Rachel Ratz-Lubashevsky, EEG Correlates of Dynamic Decision Parameters of Input and Output Gating

A46, Ainsley Temudo, Frontoparietal contributions to visual working memory precision

A47, Justus Matteson, Deep learning model of field imaging data provides insight on neurobiology of childhood literacy in rural Ivory Coast

A48, Xi Yu, Functional connectivity at infancy distinguishes familial risk of dyslexia and predicts school-age phonological skills

A49, Miriam Hauptman, Planning nouns and verbs across semantic categories

A50, Kexin Xiong, Left lateral temporal cortex mediates cross-language translation in logographic reading

A51, Kinsey Bice, Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Influences Reliance on Declarative vs. Procedural Learning

A52, Allison Hancock, An fNIRS Investigation of Fluent and Stuttered Continuous Speech in Adults Who Stutter

A53, Ted Jenkins, Macro-Linguistic Gestural Facilitation for Narrative Discourse in Aphasia

A54, Lisa Sanders, Distinct Event-Related Potentials Elicited by Incongruent Phonetics, Incorrect Allomorphs, and Incorrect Phonemes

A55, Hayden Ventresca, Speech pause behavior in traumatic brain injury is driven by comorbid cognitive impairment and task demand

A56, Graham Flick, Simple composition: Towards a magnetoencephalography functional localizer

A57, Yushuang Liu, Tracking lexical consolidation of novel word meanings: ERP and time frequency analyses

A58, Victoria Sharpe, The neural basis of the negativity bias: Insights from computational models and spatial similarity analysis of EEG

A59, Seth Eggleston, Finding Meaning in Music: N400 Indices of the Semantics of Musical Intervals

A60, Sabine Gosselke Berthelsen, Native language sounds in new, foreign words boost grammar processing: ERP evidence of transfer in initial acquisition

A61, Jordan Chamberlain, Encoding-retrieval similarity of perceptually related items and their relation to false memories in aging

A62, Brenda Hanna-Pladdy, Resting State Functional MRI in Parkinson Disease: Alterations in Connectivity Based on Cognitive Impairment

A63, Jordana Wynn, Eye movements reveal age differences in the use of retrieved content during pattern completion

A64, Hayley Clocksin, Resting-state functional connectivity differences in memory networks of autism spectrum disorder

A65, Rose Cooper, Progression from feature-specific brain activity to hippocampal binding during episodic encoding

A66, Nicholas Diamond, Association between details and spatiotemporal structure in free recall of real-world episodes

A67, Lauren DiNicola, Parallel Networks Dissociate Episodic and Social Functions Across Distributed Cortical Regions Within Individuals

A68, Carina Fan, Drift diffusion modelling in big data: Lower episodic memory abilities are associated with better reasoning performance

A69, Charles Ferris, FMRI correlates of spoken autobiographical memory retrieval associated with spatial, temporal, and self-referential proc

A70, Haley Fritch, Distinct patterns of hippocampal activity are associated with spatial memory and color memory

A71, Nghi (Nick) Hoang, Gist and detailed mnemonic discrimination of highly similar scenes along the hippocampal longitudinal axis

A72, Bryan Hong, Replay of novel spatial routes improves navigation in older adults

A73, Sara Y. Kim, Power naps and episodic memory: Differential benefits of stage 2 sleep and slow wave sleep

A74, Robert Molitor, Distributed representations of remembered vs. imagined events

A75, Nathan Muncy, Memory of Time: a novel paradigm to assessmnemonic discrimination for event duration

A76, Chloe Newbury, The effect of targeted memory reactivation on generalisation in language learning

A77, Sara Pishdadian, Does the mnemonic similarity task assess only memory, or is it sensitive to general cognitive function?

A78, Louis Renoult, The autobiographical significance of semantic knowledge in aging

A79, Eitan Schechtman, Targeted memory reactivation during sleep and memory suppression

A80, Adam Steel, Distinct neural substrates for scene perception and imagery

A81, Preston Thakral, Divergent thinking and constructing future events: Dissociating old from new ideas

A82, Janis Gaudreau, Effects of Enhancement and Suppression Cueing on Long Term Memory

A83, Victoria Tilton-Bolowsky, Strategy Implementation and Feedback Processing in Healthy Young Adults

A84, Anna B Madden-Rusnak, An Afternoon Nap Enhances Repetition Priming and Antipriming

A85, Leyla Roksan Caglar, Is neural conceptual space spherical? Intrinsic properties vs. artifacts in multidimensional scaling

A86, Casey Imperio, The Role of the Left DLPFC in the Relationship between Metamemory Monitoring and Control

A87, Berry Van den Berg, Individual differences in learning rate are reflected in integration of feedback magnitude information

A88, Audrey Murray, Investigating theta oscillations in intermodal selective attention

A89, Nadait Gebremedhen, DeepMedic for automated lesion segmentation in chronic stroke

A90, Nicole Petersen, Oral Contraceptive Pills Reduce Cortical Thickness in Inferior Frontal Gyrus

A91, Xing Qian, Extracellular free water increases relate to altered cognitive function in systemic lupus erythematosus

A92, Farshad Rafiei, Decoding the intensity and frequency of TMS: A concurrent TMS-fMRI study

A93, Ruohan Xia, Characterizing Social Interaction Via Dyadic Hyperscanning Techniques

A94, Darije Custovic, Using Bayesian model comparison allows for effective model comparison: A study of the simple reaction time task

A95, Benjamin Deck, Focal Neurostimulation of Attention Networks

A96, Ja Young Choi, Multivoxel pattern analyses of brain structure to classify dyslexia

A97, Francantonio Devoto, The effect of drug of abuse and treatment status on the neurobiology of craving: a meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies

A98, David Roalf, Brief cognitive screening in youth at risk for psychosis

A99, Annabelle Tao, Mesoscopic functional interactions in human cortex during sleep and wake states

A100, Fan-Yin Cheng, Auditory Sensory Gating: Effects of Noise

A101, Nina Heins, This sounds good! Hurdling and tap-dancing re-afferences are processed differently in the brain

A102, Jianxun Ren, Individual variability in functional organization of the human and monkey auditory cortex

A103, Jennifer Zuk, Evaluating predispositions for music training: white matter in infancy relates to music aptitude abilities in preschool

A104, Parker Tichko, Bouncing the Network: Modeling Auditory-Vestibular Interactions Underlying Infants' Perception of Musical Rhythm

A105, Dennis Lambert, Habituation of Involuntary Imagery as a Function of Stimulus Threat and Frequency

A106, Yi Wei, Rhythmic resynchronization ability predicts melodic intonation therapy performance and reading fluency

A107, Mercedes Villalonga, Sensitivity to empty intervals in multimodal stimulation: A visuotactile study of time perception

A108, Fan Cao, Effects of Repeated Tactile Brain-Computer Interface on the Behavioural Responses of Patients with Disorder of Conscious

A109, Cybelle Smith, Hierarchical statistical learning: Behavioral, neuroimaging, and neural network modeling investigations

A110, Essang Akpan, Identifying networks with common changes in representational similarity over time using jackknife resampling

A111, Catherine Halpern, Psychometric and electrophysiological characterization of visual processing in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome

A112, Frederik Kamps, Dissociable cortical networks for dynamic and static face processing emerge early in childhood

A113, Maruti Mishra, White matter connectivity in fusiform gyrus is associated with face perceptual deficits in developmental prosopagnosia

A114, Javid Sadr, We Prefer Less Input:  Attraction, Goodness-of-Fit, and the Partial Information Effect

A115, gilles vannuscorps, Typical facial expression recognition without motor simulation

A116, Cary Wang, Rapid motor responses based on perceived brightness, not on local contrast

A117, Min Hooi Yong, The effects of race from the eye region: An ERP study from an Asian sample

A118, Zhiheng Zhou, Multivariate fMRI evidence of opposite laterality and contra-hemifield bias for words and faces

A119, Cristina Banuelos, DRD2 polymorphism and sensitivity to losses during value-based decision-making

A120, Ya-Ting Chang, Neural correlates underlying spatial and social navigational distance processing.

A121, Neil M. Dundon, Electrophysiological indices of lowering standards

A122, Lauren M. Kim, The Nuances of Norepinephrine: Salivary Alpha-Amylase's Role as a Biomarker in tDCS-Directed Judgment & Decision Making

A123, David Shucard, ERP measures of conflict monitoring and inhibition during a Go/NoGo task are related to response speed

A124, Anna Smith, Creative idea generation is promoted by an optimal level of thought constraint

A125, Yuhua Yu, Reduced certainty preference after solving problems with insight than solving with analysis

A126, Maria Balaet, A large scale internet-based study on the reasoning abilities of the general population

A127, Thomas Morin, An fMRI investigation of functional network connectivity during abstract reasoning

A128, Ana Navarro, Subdivisions of the Anterior Cingulate Cortex related to the Intuitive Psychology and Intuitive Physics Dichotomy

Poster Session B- Sunday, March 15th, 8:00 – 10:00 am

B1, Christian Brodbeck, Auditory Cortex Tracks Masked Acoustic Onsets in Background Speech: A Potential Stream Segregation Mechanism

B2, Xiangfei Hong, Decoding attention control and selection in young and older adults

B3, Kaisu Lankinen, Crossmodal modulation of the intracortical depth profile of BOLD signals in auditory cortex

B4, Merit Bruckmaier, Testing a cellular metabolism account of attention and capacity limits in perception

B5, Junha Chang, Failing to Integrate Feature Representations During Visual Search

B6, Kohei Fuseda, Difference of attention to the physical attractiveness of the opposite and same sex

B7, Shao-Min Hung, Task-induced attention gates unconscious semantic interference, via load

B8, Benjamin Gibson, The influence of baseline attentional differences on tDCS-mediated learning

B9, Uri Hasson, Spontaneous eye-movements reduce resting-state-network modularity by increasing visual-sensorimotor connectivity

B10, Jens Madsen, Inter-subject correlation of eye movements predicts test scores in online video education

B11, Jiaqi Wang, Age-related deficits in alpha-band modulation during probabilistic cueing of visual spatial attention

B12, Carrie Burnett, Exploring The Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Blunted HPA-Axis Function Found Later In Life

B13, Psyche Loui, Receptive Music Intervention in Older Adults: A Multimodal Longitudinal Study

B14, Naama Mayseless, The neurodevelopmental basis of humor appreciation: a functional near infrared spectroscopy study with young children

B14, Paulo Graziano, Disruption to the Uncinate Fasciculus among young children with ADHD: The role of co-morbid Callous-Unemotional Traits

B15, Hsuan Chi Liu, The neural outcomes of emotional regulation following Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction training

B16, Maeve Boylan, Assessing the relationship between alpha power and hemodynamic activation during emotional mental imagery

B17, Keith Bush, Action-Value Derived Evidence for Greedy Affect Control: an fMRI Study

B18, Eleanor Schuttenberg, Brain Network Activation during Emotional Response Inhibition Impacted by Perceived Stress in Adolescents

B19, Sujata Sinha, Social Context Inhibits What Has Been Semantically Primed: An Event-Related Potential Study

B20, Yuchao Wang, Neural Correlates of Aesthetic Engagement with Literature

B21, Kelly Adams, Proposal for a working model for bi-directional neural-aesthetic translational application of neuroaesthetics

B22, En-Syuan Huang, Neural correlates of socio-cognitive processes in deception: Meta-Analysis of Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Lying

B23, Maria Khoudary, A Functional Neuroimaging Investigation of Moral Foundations Theory

B24, Claudia Corradi, Perception of dance movements modulates sensorimotor activity: mu suppression as an index for embodied emotions.

B25, GonÁalo Cosme, Pupil size during authenticity recognition in laughter and crying

B26, Isabelle Moore, Attentional Prioritization of Negative Appearance-Behavior Cues in Impression Formation

B27, Clifford Workman, Judging books by their covers: A candidate neurocognitive mechanism underpinning bias towards facial anomalies

B28, Cheng-Yu Hsieh, Developmental Changes in Neural Substrates of Inhibitory Control from Childhood to Adolescence among Youths with and wit

B29, Kevin Jones, Individual differences in neuroanatomy predict neurostimulation related multitasking gains in older adults

B30, Dillan Cellier, Theta-Band Power in Context-Dependent Task-Switching

B31, Michael Imburgio, Contributions of fatigue and automatic processing to cognitive flexibility

B32, Taehyun Yoo, Hierarchical organization of the prefrontal cortex independent of sensory modality

B33, Xinyi He, The effect of feedback validity on learning and its relation to self-efficacy in children: an ERP study

B35, Geneva Litz, BMI Correlates with Brain Activity during the Stroop Task in Individuals with Overweight and Obesity

B36, Hee Dong Yoon, The neural correlates involved in metaphor comprehension with varying levels of familiarity and context

B37, Audreyana Jagger-Rickels, Executive functioning predicts unique relationships between PTSD symptoms and resting-state connectivity

B38, Claire O'Callaghan, Noradrenergic contributions to reinforcement learning in Parkinson's disease -- ultra-high field imaging and atomoxetine

B39, Nicholas Reilly, Dual-Task Conditions Reveal Long-Term Postural Stability Deficits Associated With History of Concussion

B40, Madeline Gregory, Increased Midfrontal Theta-Band Power During an N-Back Task Following Working Memory Training

B41, Nicholas Judd, Independent effects of socioeconomic status and genetics on adolescent brain development and working memory

B42, Stephanie Juth, The Use of Eye-tracking and Neuroimaging to Examine Cognitive Load During Multimedia Learning

B43, Suriya Prakash Muthukrishnan, Cingulate theta activity reflects the quality of memory representations in visuospatial working memory

B44, Jorja Shires, Reward Influences the Shift of Attention Among Items in Working Memory

B45, Kelsey Sundby, Using an Inverted Encoding Model to Measure Memory Intrusions in a Think/NoThink Task

B46, Jade Dunstan, Atypical white matter mechanisms underlying reading development in adolescents with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders

B47, Carolyn King, Structural neural correlates of reading development in children with early language delay

B48, Yi-Lun Weng, Developmental changes in the processing of statistical information in speech: an EEG study

B49, Liv Hoversten, Interplay between task demands and language mode in bilingual word recognition: Evidence from ERPs

B50, Yaru Wu, Do Mandarin-French bilinguals hear Chinese when reading French? ERP evidence of proficiency level

B51, Minsoo Ko, Neural Indices of speech processing of consonant cluster word onsets in English, Korean, and Spanish listeners

B52, Simon Lacey, Acoustic and visual parameters underlying word-shape sound symbolism

B53, Sarah Phillips, Code-switching during composition: MEG evidence from Korean-English bilinguals

B54, Kyle Rupp, Heschl's gyrus encoding of abstract context-invariant speech cues in natural speech perception

B55, Jennifer Segawa, An EEG Study of Aphasia Recovery in Bilinguals

B56, Junqing Chen, Automatic Activation and Processing of Color-Emotion Metaphors in Chinese-English Bilinguals: Evidence from ERPs

B57, Katarzyna Jankowiak, Psychophysiological correlates of novel meaning processing in bilingualism

B58, Ran Li, Predicting Semantic Category Typicality from Brain Activation Patterns in Healthy Adults and Individuals with Aphasia

B59, Yanina Prystauka, Traveling back in time: how do temporal terms shape our expectations for the unfolding linguistic input

B60, Meng-Huan Wu, Analogy questions can be solved with addition and subtraction of fMRI pattern

B61, Holly A. Zaharchuk, We 'might could' revisit syntactic processing: Studying dialectal variation with event-related potentials

B62, Elizabeth Eberts, Evidence for adult-like hippocampal pattern similarity across shared contexts in early childhood.

B63, Emily Hokett, Relationships Between Sleep Quality and Neural Reinstatement of Associative Memory in Young and Older Adults

B64, Rachel Van Boxtel, Utilizing socioemotional processing to alter older adults' memory: implications for individual differences in cognition

B65, James Antony, March Madness: Behavioral, physiological, and neural effects of continuously updated surprise

B66, Felicia Chaisson, An ERP investigation of the effects of acute stress on memory formation and judgments of learning

B67, Natalie Covington, The spatial reconstruction task is a sensitive measure of declarative memory in adults with traumatic brain injury

B68, Tony Cunningham, The Effects of Time of Day and Brief Recovery Sleep on Emotional Perception Abilities following Total Sleep Deprivation

B69, Dan Denis, Slow oscillation-spindle coupling during slow-wave sleep impairs emotional memory consolidation following stress

B70, Evan Grandoit, Enhancing object-location associative memory through reward

B71, Gerrit Hˆltje, Memory for Feedback Events Depends on Feedback Valence and Timing: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials

B72, Simon Henin, Spatiotemporal dynamics between interictal spikes and ripples during associative memory processing in humans

B73, Molly S. Hermiller, Hippocampal-targeted theta-patterned stimulation immediately enhances memory processing: A simultaneous TMS/fMRI study

B74, Aslihan Imamoglu, Remembering the link: Free-recall performance in individuals at risk for schizophrenia

B75, Alex Kafkas, Hippocampal activity mediates the relationship between successful memory encoding and pupil response

B76, John Ksander, Computational accounts for memory in reinforcement learning

B77, Natalia Ladyka-Wojcik, Where does this go? Memory accuracy for object locations across egocentric and allocentric space in aging

B78, Kevin P. Madore, Moment-to-moment and individual differences in spontaneous lapses of attention at encoding predict subsequent memory

B79, Axel Mecklinger, Unexpected but plausible: The consequences of disconfirmed predictions for episodic memory formation

B80, Daniel Rubinstein, Interactions between categorical and temporal structure during retrieval

B81, Xinxu Shen, Actively testing hypotheses using acquired information during encoding enhances delayed memory.

B82, Jonathon Whitlock, How is Intentional Forgetting Reflected in Implicit Eye Movements?

B83, Virginie M. Patt, Hippocampal Contributions to the Acquisition of Response Contingencies during Value-Based Reinforcement Learning

B84, Erik A. Wing, The varied influence of prior knowledge on perception, retention, and new learning

B85, Manda Fischer, Long-term memory-guided attention and alpha-band oscillations: Implicit access to spatial information

B86, Julia Wilson, Laying the tracks for memory integration: Semantic processing of the first premise

B87, Larry Y. Cheng, Probing the effects of sleep reactivation on the kinematics and dynamics of movement with an EMG biofeedback task

B88, Shoshi Dorfberger, The relevance of a movement sequence enhances procedural memory consolidation in children

B89, Brian Kraus, An Automated Method For Correcting Ocular Artifacts In EEG

B90, Madison Bunderson, Prior reproductive experience modulates neural responses to infant faces across the postpartum period

B91, Helga De Oliveira Miguel, Brain response to action-observation in the angular gyrus relates to autistic-like traits in healthy adults

B92, Ariana M. Familiar, Integrating MVPA & graph theory methods: informational connectivity reveals dissociable functional networks in the brain

B93, Heather L. Green, The relationship between brain structure and peak alpha frequency in children with autism and controls

B94, Malvina Pietrzykowski, The central executive network in Alzheimer's Disease: A meta-analysis of structural and functional MRI

B95, Akiko Obata, Modeling of Mood States Using Multimodal Biometric Data

B96, Kieran Fox, Linking hierarchical cortical gradients to cognitive effects of intracranial electrical stimulation in the human brain

B97, Alexandra Kapadia, Macroanatomical morphology of superior temporal lobe in adults with dyslexia

B98, Jairo I. Chavez, Local field potential phase preference to song onset in avian premotor region HVC

B99, Shiraz Mumtaz, Bio-electro stimulation therapy for the treatment of the non-motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease: a pilot study

B100, Lena Trebaul, Dissecting the pathophysiological circuit substrates of reward and anhedonia subdomains

B101, Francesca Barbero, High-level neural categorization of human voices as revealed by fast periodic auditory stimulation

B102, Mihye Choi, Distributional learning of non-native contrasts in speakers of two languages, English and Korean

B103, Francesca Fortenbaugh, Hearing Loss is Associated with Grey Matter Thickness Following Close Blast Exposure

B104, Douwe J Horsthuis, Assessing auditory processing endophenotypes associated with Schizophrenia in individuals with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome

B105, Stefania Conte, The Development of Neural Responses to Faces in Infancy

B106, Yeseung Park, Flickering light stimulation to promote brain gamma connectivity in aging

B107, Lin Yu, Unexpected Perturbation of Immediate and Final Action Goals during Grasp Planning

B108, Michael Crosse, Decoding Multisensory Speech Deficits in Autism

B109, Yang-Teng Fan, Sensory hyper-responsivity mediates intrinsic brain connectivity in Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) and their parents

B110, Stevenson Baker, Hippocampal dentate gyrus lesions interact with categorical face perception: A pattern separation story

B111, Elizaveta Solomonova, Somatosensory stimulation during REM sleep produces changes in dream content

B112, Jorge Almansa, Aesthetic preferences modulate Mu activity over sensorimotor cortices during action observation of dance

B113, Nicholas Blauch, Computational insights into human expertise for familiar and unfamiliar face recognition

B114, Yuki Fujishima, Early Emotional Face Processing Deficits in Schizophrenia: a MEG Study

B115, Matthew Harrison, Serial processing of multiple identities in single faces

B116, Vasiliki Meletaki, Expertise effects on Embodied Emotion of Facial Expressions: A study using Somatosensory Evoked Potentials

B117, Sharon Noh, Interleaved training improves category learning by increasing perceptual similarity of within-category exemplars

B118, Marie-Lucie Read, Applying microstructural models to understand the role of the fornix white matter in online scene processing

B119, Grace Vogel, ERP Measures Of Human Cortical Long-Term Depression

B120, Õtalo AlÌ Diez, Neurophysiological correlates of purchase decision-making

B121, Lan Ba, Neurocognitive Underpinning of Cross-cultural Differences in Risky Decision Making

B122, Avijit Chowdhury, Depressed individuals display distinct behavioral and neural representations in economic decision-making tasks

B123, Thomas D. Ferguson, Using EEG to investigate the neuro-modulatory systems underlying stress and decision making

B124, Deshawn Sambrano, Neither Threat of Shock nor Acute Psychosocial Stress Affect Ambiguity Aversion

B125, Frank Song, 1 Hour of Lost Sleep Impacts Financial Markets: Daylight Saving Time Compromises Financial Trading

B126, Stacey Humphries, Aesthetics in motion: Do motor responses to artworks predict aesthetic preferences?

B127, Carl Stevens, Facilitating Creativity: Using Machine Learning EEG Classification to Provide Neurofeedback in a Divergent Thinking Task

B128, Robert Cortes, Frontoparietal transcranial alternating stimulation (tACS) modulates visual analogical reasoning

B129, Yunji Park, Symbolic and Non-Symbolic Fractions Relate to Different White Matter Tracts:A Cross-Sectional Diffusion MRI Tractography

 

Poster Session C- Sunday, March 15th, 1:00 – 3:00 pm

C1, Gregory Gill, Highway to the Danger Zone: Fatigue Assessment in a Flight Simulation

C2, Theodore Zanto, Musical rhythm training improves temporal attention and working memory in aging

C3, Julia Fellrath, Electrophysiological modulation of peripersonal space in the presence of threatening faces

C4, Aaron Kucyi, Rapid electrophysiological activations within anterior insula anticipate spontaneous pupil dilations

C5, Ofir Yakobi, Targeting Neural Correlates of State- and Trait-Boredom

C6, Ayumu Yamashita, Two dominant brain states reflect optimal and suboptimal attention

C7, Agnieszka Zuberer, Global integration of intrinsic brain activity is related to attention and ADHD

C8, Yasuhiro Sakamoto, Gamma band activity acts as a trigger for long-range apparent motion. Towards an integrative theory of apparent motion

C9, Selene Schintu, Inhibitory rTMS over the right parietal cortex modulates functional connectivity

C10, Monica Toba, Anatomical correlates of line-bisection peformance: what can be learnt from a game theoretical analysis?

C11, Ryan T. Daley, Age differences in vmPFC functional connectivity during the processing of socioemotional information

C12, HYEON MIN AHN, Impact of persistent depression on telomere length, cognitive decline and white matter alteration in aging adult

C13, Heather L Kosakowski, Characterizing cortical responses to faces and scenes in infant ventral temporal cortex.

C14, Seongjae Park, Theory of Mind Task-induced Connectivity is Associated with Social Connectedness in Older Adults

C15, Dominik Welke, Assessing the tradeoff between ecological validity and EEG signal quality in an aesthetic rating task

C16, Julia Cohen-Gilbert, Associations between Risky Drinking, Suicidality and Network Activation During Emotional Response Inhibition

C17, Heather Hansen, Adults vs. neonates: Differentiation of functional connectivity between amygdala subnuclei and occipitotemporal cortex

C18, Taylor James, How Depressive Symptomology Affects Emotional Regulation Across the Lifespan

C19, Nicole E. Keller, The neural correlates of aversive to appetitive counterconditioning

C20, Tsukasa Kimura, Heat environment increases mental workload even if learning efficiency is enhanced

C21, Lisa Lin, Using optical flow to capture movement in response to emotional stimuli among people with schizophrenia: a pilot study

C22, Min Liu, Neural correlates of perspective taking in youths

C23, Carlotta Cogoni, Sexual objectification beyond the metaphor: an EEG investigation

C24, Lukasz Okruszek, Neural correlates of affective and non-affective social interactions processing from point-light displays.

C25, Guido Orgs, EEG frequency-tagging of apparent biological motion dissociates action and body perception

C26, Abhishek Saxena, Neuromodulation of the Theory of Mind Neural Network with Real-Time fMRI Neurofeedback

C27, Brandy Tiernan, The Power of the Personal Narrative

C28, Athena Howell, The Developmental Trajectory of the Domain General Cortex

C29, Keiko Yamazaki, ERP P3 during visual 3-stimulus oddball task and intelligence at school aged children: the Hokkaido Study

C30, Ian Ballard, The striatal feedback response reflects goal updating

C31, Bhoomika Nikam, Using a Memory Game to Enhance Frontal Activation: An fNIRS Study

C32, Hollis Ratliff, Neural dynamics during dimensional label learning predicts dimensional attention performance in early childhood

C33, Rebecca Compton, Effects of post-error arousal on cognitive control: Adaptive or maladaptive?

C34, Sydney Darling, A cautionary tale about the importance of taking individual differences intoaccount when examining whether tDCS can enha

C35, Alessandra Macbeth, The Effects of Bilingualism on Resistance to Proactive Interference and Brain Integrity Across the Adult Lifespan

C36, M. Fiona Molloy, Best of both worlds: Integrating EEG and fMRI in the study of inhibition

C37, JING JIANG, Activity Flow over Intrinsic Networks Explains Stimulation-Evoked Activations

C38, Corina Mangione, How does Feedback Processing Affect Learning in People with Traumatic Brain Injury?

C39, Tara Patterson, Memory and Metamemory Deficits in First-Episode Schizophrenia: Effects of Psychosis on Value-Directed Remembering

C40, Feng-Kuei Chiang, Prefrontal tuning in mnemonic chunking in a spatial self-ordered search task

C41, Rachel Eddings, Using fNIRS to Probe the Effects of Response Type in a Visual Working Memory Task

C42, Hyesue Jang, Losing money and memory: The effect of loss incentives on working memory in young and older adults

C43, Ted Maldonado, Cerebellar Contributions to Higher Order Cognition

C44, Ningcong Tong, Measuring working memory in visual, auditory, and tactile sensory modalities

C45, Qing Yu, Training attractor dynamics in human visual working memory

C46, Sachiko Kiyama, Age-related differences in the effects of autistic traits on processing a linguistic operator of interpersonal relation

C47, Jolijn Vanderauwera, Inter- and intra-hemispheric white matter organization in relation to language skills in infancy

C48, Beerelim Corona Dzul, Phonological representations of their non-spoken language help Heritage speakers to learn new words: An ERP study

C49, Jane ARISTIA, ERP evidence for flexibility in accessing representations associated with subject-verb agreement

C50, David Gow, The neural bases of phonological acceptability judgements

C51, Saima Malik-Moraleda, The universal language network

C52, Zhen Qin, Effects of sleep-mediated memory consolidation on speech learning: evidence from Cantonese tones

C53, Katherine Sendek, Acquisition context modulates affective perception of swear words

C54, Agata Wolna, The origin of the second language after-effect in bilingual language production: and ERP investigation.

C55, Yuxing Fang, Dynamic connectivity of neural networks supporting incremental speech interpretation

C56, Chuchu Li, Parafoveal Semantic Integration Eliminates the N400 of Foveal Semantic Violation

C57, Nan Li, Preview effect of semantic integration in Chinese Sentence Reading

C58, Lin Wang, A systematic comparison between spatial similarity and evoked responses in EEG and MEG during language comprehension

C59, Jared Zimmerman, Inhibitory TMS to the left inferior frontal gyrus modulates lexical selection in a context dependent manner

C60, Maria Hakonen, Shared interpretation of an auditory narrative increases BOLD-synchrony between subjects

C61, Jeanne GallÈe, Robust Neural Adaptation to Syntactic Structure

C62, Susan L. Benear, Structural Connectivity and Memory Systems Across the Lifespan: Is There a Common Network?

C63, Kirolos Ibrahim, The Effect of Hippocampal Integrity and Volume on Recall Memory in Healthy Aging

C64, Jiahe Zhang, Stronger structural connectivity in the default mode network is associated with youthful memory in superaging

C65, Richard Adamovich-Zeitlin, Theta Networks of Memory in Traumatic Brain Injury

C66, Ryan Bottary, REM sleep and inferior temporal lobe recapitulation support positive memory retrieval

C67, Sucheta Chakravarty, Evaluating the subsequent memory effect as predictive  of memory

C68, SHIH-KUEN CHENG, The Retrieval of Context Variability in Episodic Memory: An ERP Study

C69, Wanjia Guo, Repulsion of hippocampal representations is time-locked to resolution of memory interference

C70, Robin Hellerstedt, Reactivation and updating of face memories

C71, Brittany Jeye, Inhibition of related items in long-term memory specificity depends on confidence

C72, Connor Keane, EEG biomarkers of immediate and delayed verbal recall

C73, Griffin E. Koch, Image memorability is predicted by activity across stages of convolutional neural networks and the human ventral stream

C74, Azara Lalla, The role of reward in encoding details of complex episodic memories for events

C75, Sarah Lurie, Oscillatory Mechanisms for Hippocampal Memory Encoding Tested in Humans

C76, Lauren Mason, Do metacognitive judgments impact environment learning?

C77, Daniela J. Palombo, Transfer of negative emotion in episodic memory

C78, Sarah Peters, The role of autobiographical memory processes in planning and problem solving

C79, Hillary Schwarb, MR elastography of hippocampal subfield viscoelasticity is related to relational memory outcomes across the lifespan

C80, Stephanie Simpson, Sleep-dependent consolidation enhances episodic memory for a real-life event

C81, Alyssa Sinclair, Medial Temporal Network Representations of Conceptual Information During Naturalistic Events

C82, Wanbing Zhang, Functional Connectivity Differs across Cultures

C83, Xiao Liu, The effects of a moderate dose of alcohol on prospective memory: A pilot study

C84, Sarah (Sadie) J. Witkowski, Matisse or Degas? Using paintings to investigate the relevance of sleep in memory for specific details vs generalization

C85, Chris McNorgan, Integrating MVPA and Connectivity in a Multiple Constraint Network to Bootstrap Brain Models

C86, Jakke Tamminen, Language learning can withstand one night of total sleep deprivation

C87, Carla Tierney-Hendricks, Observational and Rule-based Artificial Grammar Learning in Individuals with Aphasia

C88, Caroline Hoyniak, Correspondence between Electroencephalography Analysis Techniques in Early Childhood: Evidence from a Passive Oddball Ta

C89, Tudor Muntianu, A Gaussian process model of human electrocorticographic data

C90, Giwon Bahg, Gaussian Process Joint Models for Estimating Latent Dynamics of Brain and Behavior

C91, Emma Brown, Military Blast Exposure and PTSD are Associated with Aging White Matter Integrity and Functioning

C92, Chi-Chuan Chen, Cross-site multiband fMRI signal validation and calibration for cross-cultural neurocognitive studies

C93, Candida Da Silva Ferreira Barreto, Predictable brain: Using machine learning to predict brain signals of subjects during social interaction

C94, Matthew Singh, Reconstructing Mechanistic Models of Cognition via Simultaneous MINDy Modeling for Resting-State and Task fMRI

C95, Lifu Deng, Investigating the intensity-dependent modulatory effect of TMS on functional connectivity during motion perception

C96, Raouf Belkhir, Direct electrical stimulation evidence for a dorsal laryngeal motor cortex area

C97, Jessica Bernard, Cerebellar Dentate Connectivity Across Adulthood: A Large-Scale Resting State Functional Connectivity Investigation

C98, Parham Mostame, Oscillation-based connectivity is dominated by an intrinsic spatial organization, not mental state or frequency

C99, Isabella Starling Alves, Educational experiences connect symbolic fractions to parietofrontal nonsymbolic ratio processing systems

C100, Ted Turesky, Frequency of resting-state BOLD signal in 2-month-old Bangladeshi infants growing up in poverty

C101, Eli Zaleznik, Transitional knowledge within counting sequences is processed across multiple levels of cortical hierarchy

C102, Alaina S. Berruti, Mind the gap: Differences in sensory memory throughout development in individuals with Cystinosis

C103, Jessica Simon, Do you hear that? Individual Differences in Alpha-Frequency Connectivity Predict Hyperacusis in Anxiety

C104, ChloÈ Stengel, Non-specific impact of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation sound patterns on cortical oscillations and visual detection

C105, Lidongsheng Xing, Effects of musical training on processing speech envelope and temporal fine structure

C106, Bennett Bertenthal, An EEG Study Testing the Role of Infants' Motor Experience in the Development of Action Understanding

C107, Kanghee Lee, Color and Intensity of flickering light to enhance gamma entrainment and networking

C108, Mirta Fiorio, Positive expectation improves perception of mental and physical fatigue in a sequence learning task

C109, Zhewei Cao, Prior Exposure Enhances Cortical Entrainment to Unheard Speech during Silent Lip-reading

C110, Anna Krotinger, Assessing and Predicting Efficacy of Dance Intervention for Parkinson's Disease

C111, Emily Kubicek, The relationship between sign language fluency and mental rotation: An EEG study

C112, Marlen Roehe, Formation of face-related predictions: An interplay of prestimulus ?/? enhancement and peristimulus N170 diminution

C113, Graham Albert, Male Observers use Facial Sexual Dimorphism to make Physical Dominance Assessments Following Brief Exposure

C114, Joseph DeGutis, MRI structural analysis of cortical thickness and tissue integrity in developmental prosopagnosia

C115, Dick Dubbelde, Mugs and Plants: Objects' Action Associations Bias Perception

C116, Rajendran Pottayil, Representation of visual information for rapid motor responses

C117, Mohamed Rezk, A brief period of postnatal visual deprivation permanently alters visual motion processing in early visual regions.

C118, Kevin Spencer, Fast periodic visual stimulation marker of face identity impairment in developmental prosopagnosia

C119, Mengmi Zhang, Putting visual object recognition in context

C120, Shan Zhang, Catching the Visual System in Action: A Modified Event-Related Potential Paradigm for Dynamic Stimuli

C121, Hillary Erwin, Clarifying the Role of the Medial Prefrontal Cortex During Metacognition: Revelations from a 'Maybe' Judgment

C122, Yu-Hsuan Kao, Differential Striatal Responses During Moral and Economic Value-Based Decision-Making

C123, Christopher Kelly, Classifying individuals into 'info types' based on information-seeking motives

C124, Xiamin Leng, Disentangling the influences of positive and negative incentives on cognitive effort

C125, Yi-Chaung Lin, Navigational Agency Modulates Neural Representations of Spatial Environments

C126, Margot Sullivan, The Effect of Phasic Arousal on Risky Choice in Younger and Older Adults

C127, Lucy L. Owen, Understanding brain pattern complexity and interactivity in naturalistic processing

C128, Yun-Fei Liu, Computer code comprehension shares neural resources with formal logic and math

C129, Wan-Rue Lin, Neural Correlates Underlying Passive and Active Abstract Rule Inferencing

C130, Blake L. Elliott, Decoding Pre-trial Pupil Diameter from EEG dynamics in an Auditory Oddball Task

 

Poster Session D- Monday, March 16th, 8:00 – 10:00 am

D1, Norbert Kopco, Evoked responses to auditory vs. visual attentional cues in auditory spatial discrimination

D2, Shih-Jen weng, Differential brain functional network topology disruptions in children with ADHD, ASD and ASD comorbid with ADHD

D3, Mareike Brych, Disentangling top-down and bottom-up influences on blinks in the visual and auditory domain

D4, Alexandra M. Gaynor, Transcranial direct current stimulation improves sustained attention in breast cancer survivors

D5, Kevin Clancy, Simultaneous EEG-fMRI-tES reveals a visual-cortex-DMN system of sustained vigilance via alpha oscillations

D6, Shenyang Huang, Consumer-Based EEG Devices-Are They Mind-Wandering?

D7, Kristina Krasich, Delineating the impact of mind wandering on event-based prospective memories with varying error-related consequences

D8, Jane Couperus, Individual Differences in Self-Reported Autistic Traits and the N2pc

D9, Matthew Pilgrim, Influence of reward on attention selectivity in Parkinson's disease

D10, Jiangang Shan, Probing the properties of priority maps in visual working memory

D11, Finola Kane-Grade, An Event-Related Potential Study on Emotional Face Processing, Temperament, and Internalizing Traits in Three-Year-Olds

D12, Ji Soo Lee, Fear of Negative Evaluation is associated with Connectivity Strength within Dorsomedial Default Mode Network

D13, Harlan Fichtenholtz, The Link Between Sleep Quality and Stress Reactivity

D14, Chun-Ting Hsu, Enhanced Emotional Responses to Live Facial Expressions

D15, Jeremy Andrzejewski, Stress Alters Within-Network and Between-Network Connectivity for Default Mode Network - A Simultaneous EEG-fMRI Study

D16, Gregory Gagliardi, Reinforcement Learning and Rock, Paper, Scissors

D17, Natalie Holz, Inferring meaning from variably intense emotion expressions

D18, So-Yeon Kim, Abnormal Attention and Memory Bias to Facial Expressions in Individuals with High Social Anxiety

D19, Svetlana Shinkareva, Representation of Valence Across Studies

D20, Jennifer Sneider, Impact of Perceived Stress on Brain Network Activation During Memory Retrieval in Adolescents

D21, Andrea Pelletier-Baldelli, Dynamic brain response to acute stress in children and adolescents: It's all about age

D22, Anthony Vaccaro, Insula Connectivity during Narratives Predicts Willingness to Donate to a Cause

D23, Gitte Joergensen, Empathy influences behavioral perceptions and eye movements in non-literal language processing

D24, Maciej Kosilo, The time course of processing authentic and fake emotional vocalisations.

D25, Masahiro Okamoto, Association between actions and personality traits for modeling of the social knowledge

D26, Emily Schwartz, Investigating the emergence of expression representations in a neural network trained to discriminate identities

D27, Yi Ding, The Self-enhancement Effect at Implicit and Explicit Levels: Their Complementary Relationship and Cultural Difference

D28, Soyong Eom, A fNIRS investigation of event-related, Go-No-Go task in children

D29, Joy Li, Exploring Cognitive Flexibility Deficits Using Behavioral and EEG Tasks in Individuals with Fragile X Syndrome

D30, Jesus Lopez, Real World Multitasking Experience Interferes with Lab-Based Volitional Multitasking

D31, Joshua Upshaw, The Hidden Cost of a Cell Phone: Behavioral and Neural Correlates of Attention and Cognitive Control Related to Smartpho

D32, E. Susan Duncan, Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on Operator Vigilance: A Double-blind, Sham-controlled Study

D33, Eva Gjorgieva, Incidental encoding reveals the time-varying nature of post-error adjustments in cognitive processing

D34, Melissa Moss, The Relation between Inhibitory Control and Neural Patterns of Reactivity to Craved Items

D35, Rachel Wulff, Frontoparietal Connectivity During Cognitive Control in Autism Spectrum Disorder

D36, Kent Hubert, Examining Prefrontal Cortex Contributions to Cognitive Flexibility With Noninvasive Electric Brain Stimulation

D37, T. Bryan Jackson, Cerebello-Striatal Resting-State Network Efficiency and Cortical Network Coherence

D38, Kaitlyn May, Neurofunctional Indices of Executive Functioning in Autism Spectrum Disorder

D39, Ying Fan, Dissociated neural representations of content and structure in auditory sequence memory

D40, Jacob Miller, Frequent longitudinal sampling reveals learning-related changes in working memory substrates

D41, Yuri G. Pavlov, An EEG study of the role of executive control in individual differences in working memory

D42, Jie Ren, Events structure information accessibility less in children than adults

D43, Chunyue Teng, Effects of attentional prioritization on the representation of content and of context in visual working memory

D44, Quan Wan, Rotational remapping between 'decision-potent' and 'decision-null' representations in visual working memory

D45, Rania Ezzo, Relationship of atrophy to task-related activity in the language network for different PPA clinical phenotypes

D46, Ally Lee, Examining Relationships between Home Literacy Environment, Language and White Matter Tracts from Infancy to Toddlerhood

D47, Catherine Caldwell-Harris, Semantic substitution errors in Chinese reading aloud

D48, Elizabeth Pierotti, Electrophysiological responses to audiovisual-words and pictures in hearing and deaf children using cochlear implants.

D49, Nikita Agrawal, Spatiotemporal dynamics of left Inferior Frontal Gyrus recruitment during spontaneous and cued speech production

D50, Emily Braun, The Relationship between White Matter Structural Integrity and Language Performance in Individuals with Aphasia

D51, Emily Coderre, Alpha suppression increases during situation model construction: Neural evidence for the structure building framework

D52, Steven Meisler, Musical Training is Associated with Better Reading and Differences in Resting State Functional Connectivity in Adults

D53, Mikael NovÈn, Learning Swedish Predictive Tones Correlates with Grey and White Matter Reorganization

D54, Leyao Yu, Neuronal Activity Reveal Region-Specific Functionality for Language Perception and Production

D55, Pia Knoeferle, Event-related brain potent effects of actions and role relations during second language picture-sentence verification

D56, Deborah Levy, A comparison of three vector space models of word meaning for mapping the semantic system

D57, Melissa Troyer, Hemispheric asymmetries in processing semantic relationships during reading

D58, Megan Zirnstein, Humor modulates prediction error updating in first and second language reading comprehension

D59, Ryan Law, Lists with and without syntax: Neural correlates of syntactic structure

D60, Corianne Rogalsky, Attention! Behavioral evidence of distinct contributions of attention and working memory to speech comprehension

D61, Judith Jackson, ERPs show preserved recollection but loss of familiarity in young adults who experience alcohol related memory blackouts

D62, Syra Mehdi, CSF tau levels correlate with age but not sex or MOCA in a memory clinic population.

D63, Gunes Sevinc, Mindfulness training improves cognition and resting-state connectivity between the hippocampus and posteromedial cortex

D64, Cristian Buc Calderon, Signed Reward Prediction Errors in the Ventral Striatum Drive Episodic Memory

D65, Kristina Dahlgren, Neural correlates of emotional episodic memory encoding and retrieval: Neuroimaging meta-analyses using seed-based d map

D66, Benjamin R. Geib, Item-specific activity immediately preceding a memory-retrieval cue predicts memory retrieval success

D67, Nora A Herweg, Multi-unit activity in human MTL reflects retrieval of spatial and temporal context

D68, Jessica M. Karanian, Warning eyewitnesses about misinformation influences sensory reactivation during memory retrieval

D69, Kathryn Kern, Fitness and Stress as Modulators of Hippocampal Subfield Structure and Function in Aging

D70, James Kragel, Reinstated episodic context guides visual exploration during scene recognition

D71, Antonio Martinez Tlatenchi, Cortisol-Testosterone Interactions on Approach/Avoid Behaviors and Emotional Memory Consolidation

D72, Alexa Morcom, Holistic recollection and incidental reinstatement of scene context

D73, Taiki Nishioka, Neural mechanisms underlying face memories modulated by context-dependent impressions of trustworthiness for others

D74, Lili Sahakyan, Pattern Separation Deficits in Multidimensional Schizotypy Consistent with Findings in Schizophrenia

D75, Rosalie Samide, Differential effects of reappraisal- and suppression-based regulation during retrieval of episodic memories

D76, Tyler Santander, Frontoparietal contributions to strategic criterion shifts during recognition memory

D77, Susie Shepardson, Neural Correlates of Autobiographical Memory Retrieval: A Meta-Analysis Using Seed-based d Mapping

D78, Shao-Fang Wang, Neural representations of structured semantic knowledge mediate variability in episodic memory

D79, Nathan Whitmore, Targeted Memory Reactivation of Face-Name Associations Depends on Undisturbed Slow-Wave Sleep

D80, Jessie Yaros, Differential Mnemonic Discrimination of Faces: A Contributing Mechanism to the Other-Race Effect

D81, Corinne Cannavale, Consumption of a fermented dairy beverage over four-weeks improves relational memory in healthy young adults

D82, Evan Layher, Dissociating fMRI activity related to familiarity strength vs. decision criteria during recognition memory

D83, Kristen Nunn, Using event related potentials to understand the effect of feedback timing on learning systems

D84, Marty Fiati, Disitinct disruption of functional connectivity in semantic dementia

D85, Hannah M. Morrow, Waves of Binding: EEG oscillations during integration of visual, auditory, and lexical stimuli

D86, Denise Wu, Behavior and neurophysiological correlates of sensitivity to positional regularity in a novel statistical learning test

D87, Marcia Grabowecky, Distinct patterns of intrinsic spectral-power associations on the sub-second and seconds timescales

D88, Nuttida Rungratsameetaweemana, Uncovering dynamical states through concurrent electroencephalography (EEG) and electrocorticography (ECoG)

D89, Simran Kaur, QEEG based cortical sources of default mode network in addiction.

D90, Alka Bishnoi, Using fNIRS to Determine Dual Task Walking Brain Activation Changes in Older Adults: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

D91, javid dadashkarimi, Predictive models of IQ from functional connectivity data may not be sex specific

D92, Eun Hyun Seo, Functional brain network is associated with cognitive decline in amyloid positive elders

D93, Robert Trska, From Lab to Livingroom: The Validation of low-cost fNIRS

D94, Yiyu Wang, Modeling Degenerate Neural Architecture Using Neural Topographic Factor Analysis

D95, Woojong Yi, A Regularization Method for Linking Brain and Behavior

D96, Lindsay Hillyer, Early exposure to reading relates to leftward structural asymmetries critical for literacy development in pre-readers.

D97, Bridget Shovestul, Does functional connectivity within the DMN predict individual differences in social pleasure in schizophrenia?

D98, Christopher Madan, Age differences in cortical gyrification: Evidence from accelerated longitudinal datasets

D99, Amnon Dafni-Merom, A unified brain system of orientation and its disruption in Alzheimer's disease

D100, Mousumee Khan, Neuroprotective role of transgenic resveratrol rice DJ526 callus in Drosophila melanogaster

D101, Ashley Mensing, Low Socioeconomic Status as a Proxy for Stress in the Brain

D102, Allison Fogel, Contextual constraint and key membership influence neural correlates of melodic prediction violations

D103, Ana P. Pinheiro, Real and imagined sensory feedback have comparable effects on action anticipation

D104, Johanna Rimmele, Accuracy in chunk retrieval is correlated with the presence of acoustically driven delta brain waves

D105, Matthew Sachs, Learning and Reward through a New Musical System

D106, Laura Cabral, Structural connectivity fingerprints of category-selective visual regions mature early in infancy.

D107, Andrew Zaman, Inhibitory Gating in Older Adults and Persons with Parkinson's Disease after a Socially Evaluated Cold Pressor

D108, Dobromir Dotov, Cross-frequency coupling explains preference for simple ratios in the relative phase of bimanual rhythmic tapping

D109, Matthieu de Wit, Neural reuse in the anterior insula? Disgusting smells selectively increase precision of visual looming perception

D110, Supriya Murali, The timing of spontaneous eye blinks shows different influences during a visual and an auditory temporal judgement task

D111, Silvia Seghezzi, Neurofunctional correlates of body-ownership and sense of agency: a meta-analytical account of self-consciousness

D112, Lukasz Bola, Sensitivity to information about face shape in the fusiform gyrus of congenitally blind individuals

D113, Emiel Cracco, Neural entrainment to synchronous and asynchronous observed human movement

D114, Daniel Elbich, Discriminability of Neural Patterns within the Magnocellular and Parvocellular Visual Pathways

D115, Sharon Gilad-Gutnick, Drawing as a window into visual learning and plasticity following treatment for congenital bilateral blindness

D116, Peter Gordon, Saccadic and Pupillary Response as Biobehavioral Markers in a Perceptual Organization Task

D117, Yaseen Jamal, Rapid reorganization in adult human primary visual cortex and consequent perceptual elongations are mediated by GABA

D118, Lorna Quandt, Superior discrimination of complex biological motions in native ASL signers

D119, Xueying Ren, Information can be extracted from ventral stream multi-voxel patterns across spatial scales using the wavelet transform

D120, John Shoaff, How Frank Lloyd Wright Used Fundamental Mechanisms of Perception To Generate His Uniquely Powerful Aesthetics.

D121, Monicque Lorist, Food choice reflected in brain activation: age matters.

D122, Ben Reuveni, System Updating? Rational and Irrational Decision-Making in a Changing Task.

D123, Kendra Seaman, Boundary Conditions for the Positive-Skew Preference in Risky Decision Making

D124, Masako Tanaka, Opinion Changes on Debatable Arguments Involve Executive Process, but Opinion Amplification does not

D125, Mackenzie Taylor, Prolonged Cannabis Use Decreases Cognitive Effort

D126, Abhishek Uday Patil, Effects of posterior-anterior shift in the aging brain on creativity: A combined ICA and resting-state fMRI study

D127, Adam Weinberger, The Role of Intuitions on the Emergence of Conscious Knowledge: Evidence from a Serial Reaction Time Task

D128, Takashi Numata, Simultaneous measurement of speech and autonomic nervous activity during a conversational creative problem-solving task

D129, Ulrike Basten, Higher intelligence is associated with a more effective adaptation of brain activity to cognitive demands

 

Poster Session E – Monday, March 16th, 2:30 – 4:30 pm

E1, Maya Rosen, Neural networks supporting memory-guided and cued attention in children: Mechanisms explaining the achievement gap

E2, Alexander Simon, Relationships between age-related changes in attention span and anticipatory neural activity

E3, Marie McCusker, Neural oscillatory dynamics in directed and divided attention

E4, Lisa Payne, Prestimulus alpha modulation during a semantic judgement task

E5, Anthony Cruz, Attentional control as a potential mechanism linking worry and error monitoring: An event-related potential study

E6, Blaire Dube, Perceptual distraction disrupts the filter that gates visual working memory access

E7, Alyse Finch, Trait anxiety modulates event-related potentials to alcohol images in social drinkers

E8, Oliver Gray, Engagement of the IPL Depends on Perceptual and Semantic Processing Demands

E9, In Kyung Park, Abnormal Cortical Folding Correlates with Spatial Working Memory  in Unaffected Relatives of Schizophrenia

E10, Mattia Pietrelli, Are attention-related modulations of alpha-band dynamics local or global?

E11, Yi-Wen Kao, Age-related differences in the statistical regularity of emotional faces

E12, Alberto Ara, Different oscillatory networks underlie reward processing of novel and familiar music

E13, Saeedeh Sadeghi, Deep and surface feature representations of affective dimensions in the human brain

E14, Viktoriya Babenko, Alterations in the Sympathetic Nervous System Reflecting Challenge and Threat When Confronted with Failure or Success

E15, Jaclyn Ford, Effects of stress-related changes in pre-encoding intrinsic connectivity on subsequent emotional memory biases

E16, Zoa Glab, The Influence of Media Violence Exposure on Explicit and Implicit Emotional Face Processing

E17, Yu Han, Brain-Behavior Connections in ASD: Making Sense of Neural Activity in Emotion Recognition and ToM

E18, Xiaoli He, The Emotional Regulation Effect of Cognitive Reappraisal and Psychological Anticipation on Behavior Inhibition

E19, matthieu lenne, Brain's sensitivity to other's stimuli processing, a potential factor for the similarity of percepts across individuals.

E20, Matthew Moore, Individual differences in personality traits and meta-traits are associated with features of intrinsic brain networks

E21, Julie Schweitzer, Irritability in Adolescent ADHD: Relations with Functional Connectivity and Subsequent Degree of ADHD Symptoms

E22, Attila Andics, Not always the face: differences between human and dog neural face- and conspecific-preference

E23, Aspen Madrid, Political identity priming and own-race bias in Caucasian and Hispanic/Latino college students.

E24, Haroon Popal, The dimensional structure of social relationship knowledge

E25, Eszter Toth, Differential modulation of brain responses to face stimuli after exposure to urban versus forest environments

E26, Kristina Horne, Does combined decision-making training and tDCS produce generalizable cognitive benefits in healthy older adults?

E27, Patricia Izbicki, Differences in Cognitive and Motor Inhibition of Aging Musicians and Non-Musicians

E28, Boman Groff, The distinct roles of prefrontal GABA and glutamate/glutamine in two types of cognitive control

E29, Alejandro Heredia Cedillo, Effects of Action Priming on Involuntary Imagery in the Reflexive Imagery Task

E30, Meagan Smith, Exploring Developmental Changes In Functional Connectivity Associated With Cognitive Flexibility

E31, Ana Clara Alves Francisco, Atypical response inhibition in 22q11.2DS: diminished error registration and awareness

E32, Pierfilippo De Sanctis, Mobile brain/body imaging of cognitive-motor impairment in multiple sclerosis

E33, Hyeon-Ae Jeon, Drift rates confirm the critical role of interference control during metaphor comprehension

E34, Jungtak Park, The neural correlates involved in the early and late phases of statistical learning

E35, Francesca Pentimalli, Structural Brain Correlates of Procedural Learning in Dyslexia

E36, Lisa N. Cruz, Neurophysiological markers of sensorimotor and cognitive-motor dysfunctions in autism

E37, Wu Jeong Hwang, Executive functioning profiles in unaffected relatives, prodromal and early psychosis

E38, Hector Arciniega, Cognitive and neural deficits associated with a history of mTBI

E39, Wei-Tang Chang, Functional organization of hippocampus is altered by associative encoding and retrieval

E40, Magda L. Dumitru, The Cerebellum Works Across Task-Positive and Task-Negative Networks

E41, Isabel Fitzpatrick, Feedback Processing and Working Memory in Children with Typical and Atypical Language Development

E42, Alvin Kao, Acute bouts of intense interval and moderate continuous exercise alter neural oscillation during working memory

E43, Justin Riddle, Causal Evidence that Theta and Alpha Neural Oscillations Dynamically Coordinate Output-gating

E44, Alexandre Schaefer, Indicators of intellectual activity mediate the relationship between adult poverty and executive function.

E45, Ratna Sharma, Pretrial EEG microstates correlates of performance in a visuospatial working memory

E46, Guoqin Ding, Sentence listening comprehension among Chinese bilinguals and English monolinguals:  An fNIRS study

E47, Rebecca Marks, VWFA Functional Connectivity for Print and Speech Processing in Emerging Readers

E48, Rolando Bonandrini, Reading abilities of the right hemisphere in left- and right-handers

E49, Donna Coch, When two vowels go walking: an ERP study of the vowel team rule

E50, Juliana Baldo, Neural Correlates of Auditory Comprehension: Single-Word versus Sentence Comprehension

E51, Olga Boukrina, Cerebral Perfusion and Brain Activity Related to Reading Aloud in Subacute-to-Chronic Stroke Recovery

E52, Alexandra Emmendorfer, Modulation of motor-induced suppression by phonotactic probability and syllable stress

E53, Franziska Hartung, Third person perspective impedes comprehension in patients with lesions in right temporo-parietal junction

E54, Tatiana Matyushkina, Neural Activation for Lexical Sign and Pantomimic Gestures in Deaf Signers.

E55, Shakhlo Nematova, Early signed language exposure does not harm phonemic discrimination for individuals with cochlear implants (CIs)

E56, Zachary Ekves, Interplay of episodic and semantic memory in repeat object reference

E57, Matthew Kmiecik, The Time Course of Meaning Construction with Varying Expectations

E58, Donald O'Malley, Evolution of Symbolic Neuronal Operations: of Fish and Men

E59, Megan Schliep, Responsiveness to cues as a measure of emerging language ability in aphasia

E60, Veena Dwivedi, P600 and dispositional affect

E61, Carla Fernandez, Listeners' experience with face-accent (in)congruencies modulates speaker identity effects in native-and foreign-accent

E62, Soraya Lahlou, The impact of altered sleep on memory consolidation in Parkinson's disease patients

E63, Elizabeth Musz, Naturalistic auditory narratives synchronize 'visual' cortices of congenitally but not late blind or sighted people

E64, Kate Nussenbaum, Neural mechanisms underlying the use of learned value to guide memory across development

E65, Alexis Carpenter, Reinstatement of Item-Specific Contextual Details During Retrieval Supports Recombination-Related False Memories

E66, Ryan Colyer, Does reset of hippocampal theta predict dynamics of memory encoding?

E67, Courtney R. Gerver, Manipulating associative encoding strategy impacts neural discriminability at encoding and retrieval

E68, Linfeng Han, Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation of Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex on Value-Based Memory Encoding

E69, Melissa Hebscher, Hippocampal-targeted noninvasive stimulation alters objective memory for naturalistic episodes

E70, Augustin Hennings, Dissociable neural reinstatement of emotional memories in human PFC

E71, Deena Herman, Mismatch negativity (MMN) predicts mnemonic specificity: A new metric for auditory pattern separation

E72, Kyoungeun Lee, Neural reactivation of mnemonic interference during associative memory

E73, Aedan Li, Coarse-grained event segmentation induces false memory

E74, Monika Riegel, How basic emotion categories and emotional congruency with context interacts to influence memory

E75, Rachael Romero, The primacy of processing speed on episodic memory maintenance: A single-blind randomized trial assessing the effects of

E76, Daniel Schonhaut, Human MTL Neurons are Phase-locked to Hippocampal Theta

E77, Dylan Spets, Spatial memory activation patterns classify females but not males

E78, Wei Tang, Spatiotemporal analysis of a neural contiguity effect in episodic memory retrieval

E79, Michael Weigl, Word problems: An event-related potential study on remembering semantically related and unrelated words

E80, Stanley West, An ERP study of the beneficial effects of gesture on associative memory formation

E81, Minfang Zhao, Enactment and Bizarreness Affect the Contribution of Familiarity and Recollection to Associative Recognition

E82, Rui Cao, Time cell population from various delays show similar structures

E83, Anisha Khosla, Path integration using eye and hand movements

E84, Jiangyi Xia, Distinct event-related potential and EEG oscillatory mechanisms of memory dysfunction in Mild Cognitive Impairment

E85, Shira Baror, The different contribution of different associations to visual predictions

E86, Nathaniel Klooster, Semantic Memory in Preclinical Alzheimer's disease

E87, Bing Li, Effects of Openness to Experience on Semantic Memory Use: an ERP Study.

E88, Adrianna M. Bassard, Targeted Memory Reactivation for Multiplication Problems During an Afternoon Nap

E89, Christina Lubinus, Data-driven classification of spectral profiles reveals brain region-specific plasticity

E90, King-Hang Matthew Ma, Applying multivariate empirical mode decomposition to the analysis of broad-band EEG microstates

E91, Elvisha Dhamala, Hybrid structure-function connectome predicts crystallised and fluid cognition

E92, Shanice Janssens, Assessing brain-wide TMS-evoked responses depending on ocular and oscillatory state: a simultaneous TMS-EEG-fMRI project

E93, Shannon Kelley, Age-related differences in white matter: Comparing fixel-based and tensor-based analyses

E94, Olav Krigolson, Using mobile EEG to assess brain health and performance

E95, Yu Zhang, Brainstem Structural Alterations Correlates with Sleep Difficulty and Pain in Gulf War Illness Veterans

E96, Nicholas Kearley, Default Mode Network Connectivity Response to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Smokers: A Preliminary Evaluation

E97, Sophie B. SÈbille, Longitudinal structural effects of electroconvulsive therapy in major depressive disorder

E98, Gabrielle-Ann Torre, Differences in left fusiform gyrus morphometry in adults with dyslexia: Voxel- and surface-based analyses

E99, Hannah K. Ballard, The influence of reproductive stage on cerebellar network connectivity across adulthood

E100, Karen R. Konkoly, Two-way communication between dreamers and experimenters

E101, Hikaru Sugimoto, A Possible Effect of the PICMOR Intervention Program on Regional Brain Volume in Older Adults

E102, Andrew Chang, Directional brain-to-brain oscillation coupling reflects music ensemble leadership

E103, Daniel Comstock, Hemispheric Specialization in Auditory Rhythm Processing

E104, Jesse Pazdera, The effect of aperiodic but predictable temporal regularity on pitch discrimination

E105, Diana Wang, Potential of Receptive Music Intervention on Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Resting-State fMRI Study

E106, Shlomit Beker, What's next? Timing-based anticipation in children with Autism Spectrum disorder

E107, Brandon Hager, The Effect of Context on Human Mirror System Integration in Action Understanding

E108, SHULAN HSIEH, Age-related declines in manual dexterity are associated with visuomotor tracking ability and white matter integrity

E109, Jyrki Ahveninen, Intracranial stereotactic EEG study of crossmodal influences in human auditory cortex

E110, Lara Coelho, How action modulates the body model

E111, Giacomo Guidali, Hebbian associative plasticity shapes the motor resonance properties of the Mirror Neuron System

E112, Tyler Bonnen, Formalizing Medial Temporal Lobe involvement in perception: From psychological constructs to function approximation

E113, Juliane Britz, Cardiac phase modulates endogenous and exogenous ERPs and HEP predicts awareness at the visual threshold

E114, Ruu Harn Cheng, Uncovering a scene-defining feature using converging stimuli-based, behavioral and neural approaches

E115, Ana Chkhaidze, Opposite lateralization for face recognition and gender perception

E116, Regan Fry, Unimpaired novel object recognition in developmental prosopagnosia

E117, Michael C. Granovetter, Patients with hemispherectomies evince intact visual recognition behaviors

E118, Xian Li, Division of Labor and Coordination of the Face Network in Developmental Prosopagnosia and Controls

E119, Stephanie Wahab, Dissociable Systems for Recognizing Places and Navigating through them: Causal and Developmental Evidence.

E120, Brian Zhang, The Primacy of Color in Visual Perception

E121, Matthew Clapp, Resolving the credit assignment problem in cortico-basal ganglia pathways

E122, Michael Lundie, Bifocal tDCS stimulation of the right and left DLPFC leads to asymmetrical effects on judgment and decision-making

E123, Seokyoung Min, Similarity-based episodic sampling processes in decision-making: A role of the hippocampus in memory-guided decisions

E124, Maxine Robinette, Effects of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide in Representation-Mediated Learning in a Rat Model

E125, SEYDANUR TIKIR, Flexibility and Predictions in Autism: Findings from EEG, pupillometry, behavior, and computational modeling

E126, Emily Dyke, Visualizations of God: Differences in strength of religious belief influence representations of God.

E127, Marcela Paola Ovando Tellez, The relationship between creativity and individual semantic network properties

E128, Marina Bedny, Overlapping neural responses to symbolic math and formal logic in the intra-parietal sulcus

E129, Minho Shin, A meta-analysis study on the process of deductive and inductive reasoning using Log-Gaussian Cox Processes

 

Poster Session F – Tuesday, March 17th, 8:00 – 10:00 am

F1, Tarek Amer, Distractor Reactivation with Age: Evidence for Cluttered Memory Representations

F2, Anthony Dick, The frontal aslant tract (FAT) white matter microstructure differentiates young children with ADHD from typical controls

F3, Jonathan Doyon, Potential biomarker for ASD: Reduced pupil responses to repeated multisensory stimuli in young children with autism

F4, Lauren Grant, Multiple task set boundaries constrain the congruency sequence effect

F5, Natsuka Katayama, High trait empathy promotes encoding of and attention to  task-irrelevant facial expressions.

F6, Hannah Morgan, Effects of cognitive training on neural measures of attention, working memory, and resting-state connectivity

F7, Chloe Callahan-Flintoft, RAGNAROC: A computational model to describe why attentional capture only occurs sometimes

F8, Philemon Paul Mshelia, The Cognitive Effect in Epileptic Rats following Ellagic Acid Administration Using the Y-maze Model of Memory Test

F9, Summer Sheremata, Contiguous locations increase reliability of parietal maps

F10, Tongran Liu, Neurodevelopment of Monetary and Social Reward Anticipation in Children and Adolescents

F11, Parker Longwell, Lateral Prefrontal Cortex-Amygdala Functional Connectivity at Rest Predicts Reappraisal Success Less in Later Adulthood

F12, Ilkay Isik, fMRI of aesthetic experiences with landscape videos

F13, Shin Ah Kim, A critical role of the rTPJ in empathic and prosocial responses to sad and fearful events: a 1-Hz rTMS study

F14, Siamak Sorooshyari, Predicting Depression from Speech Recordings: A Machine Learning and Feature Selection Approach

F15, Griffin Colaizzi, Reframing anxiety: how domain anxieties affect performance on cognitive tasks framed as domain-specific

F16, Salahadin Lotfi, Does Threat of Shock Distinctively Modulates Reactive and Proactive Cognitive Control?

F17, Bruna Martins-Klein, Decreased Inhibitory Control Activity in Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during Emotion Regulation

F18, Nishaat Mukadam, Joint Effects of Self-Referencing and Emotion on Memory in Aging and aMCI

F19, Richard Ward, Aversive Distracter Words and Working Memory Filtering

F20, SungJun Cho, Neural Differences in Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder: An ERP Microstate Study

F21, Michael Rosario, Cortisol and Experiences of Discrimination Modulate Medial Temporal Lobe Structures in Older Adults

F22, Nadir Bilici, Normalizing Anomalies with Mobile Exposure (NAME): A novel intervention for reducing implicit biases

F23, Emily Dudek, Validating an fMRI task for assessing theory of mind in clinical populations: Neural response to and clinical correlates

F24, Ashley Frost, Effects of interactive social context on visual attention to social partners

F25, Jeremy Simon, Perspective taking reduces group biases in neural motor resonance

F26, Meghan D Caulfield, Large-scale Network Connectivity as a Predictor of Age:  Evidence Across the Lifespan from the Cam-CAN Dataset

F27, Poortata (Pia) Lalwani, Age-related decline in resting state brain signal variability: Cause and Consequences

F28, Kara Lowery, Dimensional Label Learning: A Building Block for Later Dimensional Attention

F29, Joseph M Orr, Contributions of task set inertia and task set preparation on voluntary task selection

F30, Audrey Siqi-Liu, Neural Processes Underlying Context-Sensitive Cognitive Flexibility Adjustments

F31, Caroline Howell, Changes in the Nature of Associations between Internalizing Symptoms and Inhibitory Control from 3 to 5 Years of Age

F32, Chikara Ishii, Reward prediction error is modulated by cooperation in group task

F33, Benjamin Schwartzmann, Neurophysiological Responses in Prefrontal Regions Differ Between Musicians and Non-Musicians

F34, Lauren Wade, Neural correlates of response inhibition in young children

F35, Katrina Daigle, The Central Executive Network in Schizophrenia: A Meta-Analysis of Structural and Functional MRI

F36, Hayley O'Donnell, Learning Preferences as an Index of Individual Differences in Cognitive Flexibility

F37, Jonas Simoens, Selectively Reinforcing the Speed-Accuracy Trade-Off in Decision Making

F38, Alana Campbell, Neuronal Networks Supporting Working Memory Shift With Stress

F39, Thomas Covey, Enhanced cortical activity after n-back working memory training: An event-related potential source localization study

F40, Justin Fleming, Sensory modality and information domain modulate behavioral and neural signatures of working memory interference

F41, Fong Yi Guo, Neural Mechanisms underlying Discrimination of Pitch Intervals: Effects of Interval Deviation and Interval Size

F42, Byoung-Kyong Min, Cross-frequency coupled entrainment of EEG activity by transcranial alternative current stimulation

F43, Ilke Oztekin, Microstructure in the posterior parietal cortex supports working memory function in 9-10-year-old children

F44, Mark Stern, An investigation of verbal vs. tonal working memory using non-invasive brain stimulation

F45, Ola Ozernov-Palchik, Intrinsic and Task-Related Neural Differences in Adults with Dyslexia

F46, Lei Zhang, Musical expertise offsets age-related decline in audiovisual speech in noise perception: Evidence from fMRI

F47, Dasiy Lei, Images support novel word learning paired with novel meaning: An EEG study

F48, Prashant Tayade, Cortical Sources of Visuo-spatially complex Hindi Language: a QEEG Study

F49, Noor Al Dahhan, Examining the neurocognitive basis of reading fluency in children with dyslexia & comorbid dyslexia/ADHD

F50, Halie Olson, Child and adult cortical selectivity for English and American Sign Language using fMRI

F51, Eleonora Rossi, Behavioral and Neural Signatures of Novel Language Learning

F52, Danyang Wang, L1 Morphological Typology Influences Patterns of Neural Activation for L2 Inflectional Processing: An fNIRS study

F53, Yingying Wang, White matter pathways support dual routes for pre-reading in early childhood

F54, Benjamin Zinszer, Acoustic entrainment of speech supports comprehension under moderate noise, but degrades under more severe adversity

F55, Trevor Brothers, Distinct neural signatures of semantic retrieval and event updating during discourse comprehension

F56, Dea Garic, Bilateral Frontal Aslant Tract Association With Verbal Fluency in Young Children With and Without ADHD

F57, Sophie Greene, A graded effect of real-world plausibility on the N400 evoked by lexically unpredictable words

F58, Markus Ostarek, Comprehension of spatially-related words relies on direction-specific processes in the spatial attention network

F59, Sarah Alam, The P600 as a measure of Implicit Knowledge in Artificial Grammar Learning

F60, Emily Wood, Evaluating Morpho-Syntactic Aspects of the Neural Working Memory Circuit

F61, Roya Homayouni, Test-retest consistency of hippocampal subfield volume measures in a developmental sample

F62, Erika Wharton-Shukster, Concept organization in adults and young children

F63, Georgios P.D. Argyropoulos, Memory after hippocampal vs parahippocampal damage

F64, Emily Cowan, Disassociations in the specificity of functional networks centered on hippocampus and VTA following exposure to novelty

F65, Alexei Dawes, Visual imagery absence in Aphantasia is associated with a reduced capacity to remember the past and imagine the future

F66, Matthew Fain, Reward-related memory benefits cannot be explained by post-encoding rehearsal

F67, Lauri Gurguryan, Changes in neural activity across repeated retrievals of autobiographical memories

F68, Ariana Hedges-Muncy, Mnemonic discrimination in visual congruence context

F69, Paige Hickey, Musical rhythm orchestrates neural activity and influences stimulus processing at specific moments in time

F70, Ryan Hubbard, ERP and Oscillatory Dynamics Differentiate Forget and Thought Substitution Cues in Intentional Forgetting

F71, Stephanie Langella, Whole brain ultrahigh resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis of associative mnemonic processes

F72, P. Andrew Leynes, Test Query Affects Late Frontal Event-Related Potentials (ERP) During Recognition Memory

F73, Seyedsoroush Mirjalili, The reversion of information processing between episodic learning and retrieval across the adult lifespan

F74, Arianna Moccia, Did I see it? An event-related potential (ERP) study of material-specific prioritization of recollection.

F75, Akul Satish, ERP evidence of suppression and intrusions of autobiographical memories of past immoral acts

F76, Helen Schmidt, Temporal dynamics supporting the multidimensional quality of episodic memory

F77, John Scofield, The diminishing precision of temporal information in episodic memory retrieval

F78, Hannah Tarder-Stoll, Multi-Step Prediction and Integration in Naturalistic Environments

F79, Christoph Weidemann, Neural measures of subsequent memory reflect endogenous variability in cognitive function

F80, Jie Zheng, Event boundaries shape memory formation: evidence from single unit recordings in humans

F81, David DiStefano, Classifying EEG spectral features that predict subsequent memory performance across multiple sessions

F82, Ariana Giuliano, Differential Influence of Lesions to Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex on Schema and Category Knowledge

F83, Buddhika Bellana, Cognitive biases linger after reading a transporting narrative

F84, Daniele Gatti, Cerebellum and semantic memory: a TMS study with the DRM task

F85, Eugenia Marin-Garcia, Desirable difficulty in Learning from Errors

F86, Yun Lien, High and low-frequency cerebellar stimulations modulated the performance of procedural learning task

F87, Shruti Dave, Noninvasive stimulation frequency doubly dissociates cerebellar involvement in episodic memory ver linguistic prediction

F88, Stephanie Kane, Cortical Activity Tracks Fractal Complexity in Both Artistic and Mathematical Images, but with Different Mechanisms

F89, Taylor Chiang, Developmental changes of brain rhythms to naturalistic social and non-social stimuli in infants: an MEG study

F90, Athanasia Metoki, Parcellating the social, cognitive, and motor topography of the cerebellum

F91, Craig Poskanzer, Using fMRI to model nonlinear interactions between brain regions

F92, Amy Isabella Sentis, Predicting Cardiovascular Disease Risk Using Functional Connectivity and Structural Morphology Metrics

F93, Nathan Cashdollar, Relationship of mood, cognition and physical activity in Depression: Remote symptom monitoring using wearable technology

F94, Bingjiang Lyu, Pattern-based genome-wide relatedness analysis of human brain structure

F95, Ilana Deyneko, Volumetric MRI Analysis of Brain Areas in Patients with ANKS1B Neurodevelopmental Syndrome

F96, Ian O'Shea, Differences in Resting-State Midbrain Connectivity in Parkinson's Disease

F97, Prateek Dhamija, Beyond Pavlov: Distinct Electrophysiological Responses to Aversive First-Order and Second-Order Conditioned Stimuli

F98, Benjamin Lahner, The Emergence of Early Sound Categorical Responses in the Human Brain

F99, Barnaly Rashid, Altered Resting-state Functional Connectivity Patterns Associated with Metabolic Syndrome

F100, Suseendrakumar Duraivel, Interpretable model based phonetic selectivity using high density µECoG

F101, Y. Catherine Han, Implicit perceptual-motor learning of repeating auditory sequences

F102, McNeel Jantzen, Transfer effects of musical training to speech salient temporal features: improved sensitivity to VOT

F103, Patrick Krauss, The Stochastic Resonance model of auditory perception: a unified explanation of tinnitus and Zwicker tone.

F104, Edward Large, Neural Resonance to Syncopated Rhythms: Model Predictions and Experimental Tests

F105, Lily Solomon-Harris, Caesarean-section birth is associated with atypical intrinsic functional connectivity of visual regions in adulthood

F106, ¡RP¡D CSATH”, Visually guided movement with increasing Time-on-Task: Effects on movement preparation and movement execution

F107, Taraz Lee, Distinct causal contributions of DLPFC and M1 in long-term motor skill learning and performance

F108, Angela Marotta, Neural correlates of the relation between body ownership and agency: a tDCS study

F109, Sachiyo Ueda, Cross-modal or not cross-modal, that is the question: The study of aftereffect in variance perception

F110, Irena Arslanova, Modulation of somatosensory interneural inhibition according to behavioral goal: going for overall gist or subtle detail

F111, Lauren Chan, The representation of micro-valences in high-level visual processing for everyday images

F112, Kestas Kveraga, Koniocellular Pathway Contributions to Saccadic and Manual Responses to Threat Faces

F113, Tong Lin, Culture and Spatial Frequency Impact Perceptual and Attentional ERP Components

F114, Anne Margarette Maallo, Reorganization of functional connectivity does not obviously explain outcome post-lobectomy

F115, Adrien Martel, Pre-stimulation phase modulates high-beta TMS entrainment effects on conscious visual perception

F116, Cornelia McCormick, Separating complex spatial perception from scene construction: fMRI and patient investigations of the hippocampus

F117, Ryan Mruczek, Novel objects in a rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) stream elicit an attentional blink

F118, Clara Sava-Segal, Effect of stimulus properties and task on electrophysiological dynamics in the human visual word form area

F119, Franklenin Sierra, The 1-second boundary in time perception is a function of temporal processing windows

F120, Mathew Hammerstrom, The Effects of Sleep on Neural Learning Signals

F121, Qingfang Liu, A spatio-temporal analysis on neural correlates of intertemporal choice

F122, Elizabeth Olson, Variability in delay discounting is related to anhedonia in individuals exposed to multiple adverse childhood experience

F123, Ramiro Eduardo Rea Reyes, Uncovering the use of decision heuristics in a complex, uncertain environment: an eye-tracking study

F124, Yue Zhang, The influence of positive and negative incentives on physical effort persistence

F125, Safia Elyounssi, Neuropsychological Outcomes of Children Under Three Treated with Proton Radiation Therapy

F126, BrontÎ Mckeown, The relationship between macroscale cortical motifs and distinct patterns of ongoing thoughts.

F127, Kristin Sanders, Facilitating problem solving with targeted memory reactivation during in-lab overnight sleep

F128, Michael Kiang, Religiosity is associated with less prediction of the typical: an event-related brain potential study