Australasian Brain & Psychological Sciences Meeting 2022

Program

Conference booklet (PDF)

Talk presentations are scheduled for 15 minutes (including 3 minutes for questions).

Poster dimensions are 1.5m length x 1m height (landscape orientation).

Instructions for presenters

*Student presentation

9am-6pm Registration
9am-12.30pm Symbiotic Devices workshop – Introduction to fNIRS measurement and analysis – Abel Smith Theatre
11am-1pm Australian Characterisation Commons at Scale workshop – Neuroimaging Applications on CVL Platform – McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305
11am-1pm ANT-Neuro workshopTMS & Neuronavigation – Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304
11am-1pm Early Career Researcher Event – ‘Ask Me Anything’ – ‘Saint Lucy Caffe e Cucina
1-1.30pm ACNS ECR Award #1 – Angela Renton (UQ)

Abel Smith Theatre

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1.30-2pm ACNS ECR Award #2 – Kelsey Perrykkad (Monash)

Abel Smith Theatre

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2–3pm Poster Session #1 – McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 201-204

1 – J. Thurbon (p1)*
5 – L.A. Talipski (p5)* 9 – A. Holmes (p9)* 13 – R. Lawrence (p13) 17 – L. Dicken (p17)*
2 – M. Gajwani (p2) 6 – J. C-C. Chen (p6) 10 – C. Marsh (p10)* 14 – D. Myles (p14)* 18 – N. Higgins (p18)
3 – N. Parsons (p3)* 7 – S.M. Shadli (p7) 11 – K. McAnally (p11) 15 – E. Corbett (p15)
4 – M. Hall (p4) 8 – A. Budd (p8)* 12 – T. Barich (p12)* 16 – N. Tran (p16)  
3-4.30pm Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Object Recognition

Chair: A. Robinson

19 – S. Shatek*
20 – P.S. Cooper
21 – T. Grootswagers
22 – C. Gu
23 – G.L. Quek
24 – A. Robinson
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Schizophrenia

Chair: H. Keage

25 – S.E. Richards
26 – P. Mewton
27- W. Syeda
28 – E. Tan
29 – L. K-H. Chung*
30 – H. Keage
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Attentional Selection

Chair: S. Becker

31 – M. Le Pelley
32 – S.C. Goodhew
33 – S. Parker
34 – A. Rich
35 –  Z. Hamblin-Frohman
36 – S. Becker
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Room 304-305

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Decision Correlates

Chair: D. Rangelov

37 – S. Ehrhardt
38 – M.N. Coutanche
39 – D. Feuerriegel
40 – I. Leunissen
41 – E. Bowman
42 – D. Rangelov
Stream 5

McElwain Building (24A), Room 306

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Cognitive Processes

Chair: K. Murphy

43 – X. He*
44 – J. Marshall*
45 – C. Dykstra*
46 – E.A.E. Schimke
Empty session
Empty session
4.30-5pm Afternoon Tea – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
5-6pm ANT-Neuro – ACNS Young Investigator Award – Dr Trevor Chong (Monash)

Abel Smith Theatre

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6pm– NEUROSPEC – Welcome Social Event – ‘Saint Lucy Caffe e Cucina
9.30-10am Welcome Coffee – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
10-11am Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Unreal Faces

Chair: J. Taubert

47 – C. Becker*
48 – E. Miller*
49 – V. Varela*
50 – J. Jeganathan*
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Motor Control

Chair: L-A. Leow

51 – G. Lamp
52 – M. Huntley*
53 – S. Armstrong
54 – L-A. Leow
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Decision Integration

Chair: D. Sewell

55 – S. Loneragan*
56 – M. Jiwa*
57 – L. Barnes
58 – D. Sewell
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305

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Better Vision Science

Chair: M. Nicholls

59 – B.N. Nguyen
60 – C. Harris*
61 – M. Falconbridge
62 – J. Salaman
Stream 5

McElwain Building (24A), Room 306

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Impaired Cognition

Chair: M. King

63 – K. Bansal
64 – A. Conn*
65 – A.L. Cobden
Empty session
11-11.30am Morning Tea – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
11.30-1pm Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Predictive Vision

Chair: R. Rideaux

66 – E. Livesey
67 – W. Turner
68 – B.W. Saurels
69 – P. Johnson
70 – C.M. Sexton*
71 – R. Rideaux
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Aging

Chair: M. Irish

72 – M. Huang*
73 – A. Smith
74 – L. Dewitte
75 – J. Todd
76 – F. Lan*
77 – M. Irish
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Attention

Chair: L. Jefferies

78 – J. Day*
79 – D. Nicoll*
80 – H. Beale*
81 – A. Vella*
82 – A. Renton
83 – L.N. Jefferies
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305

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Brain Systems

Chair: L. Cocchi

84 – I.S. Bower
85 – N. Taylor
86 – C. Leonards*
87 – J. Pang
88 – A. Cerins*
89 – L.H.W. Hamilton
Stream 5

McElwain Building (24A), Room 306

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Human vision

Chair: J. Forte

90 – A.C. Thompson*
91 – Z. Liu*
Empty session
Empty session
Empty session
Empty session
1-2pm Lunch – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
2-3pm Poster Session #2 – McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 201-204

92 – E-L Leong (p1) 96 – K. Voigt (p5) 100 – S. Loft (p10) 104 – A. Harris (p14) 108 – M. Roberts (p18)*
93 – T.M. Haase (p2)* 97 – S. Evas (p6) 101 – T. Clarkson (p11)* 105 – L.M. Greenwood (p15)
94 – I. Andresen (p3) 98 – S.C. Andrews (p7) 102 – A. Jones (p12)* 106 – T. Cottier (p16)*
95 – A.A. Sulfaro (p4)* 99 – M. Campbell (p8) 103 – K. Wykes (p13)* 107 – J. Pham (p17)*
3-4.15pm Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Imagery

Chair: K. Brooks

109 – T. Pace*
110 – Withdrawn*
111 – R. Keogh
112 – J. Clifton
113 – K.R. Brooks
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Childhood Disorders

Chair: C. Sherwell

114 – C. Hood
115 – M. Singh*
116 – L.M. Dipnall*
117 – S.H. Soman*
118 – C. Sherwell
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Emotional Responses

Chair: N. Nelson

119 – N.W. Holt*
120 – D. Bennett
121 – S.B. Most
122 – D. Varley*
123 – N. Nelson
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Room 304-305

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Cannabis

Chair: V. Lorenzetti

124 – G. Dali*
125 – H. Thomson*
126 – A. Arun
127 – S. Meikle*
128 – V. Lorenzetti
Stream 5

McElwain Building (24A), Room 306

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The Changing Brain

Chair: M. Schira

129 – D.J. Angus
130 – A.T. Hill
131 – E. Robinson*
132 – J-J. Zouki*
Empty session
4.15-4.45pm Afternoon Tea – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
4.45-5pm Prof. Sally Andrews Memoriam

Abel Smith Theatre

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5-6pm Siemens Healthineers – Ross Day Plenary Lecture – Prof. Gavan McNally (UNSW)

Abel Smith Theatre

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6pm– Early-career/Mid-career Researcher Social – ‘The Charming Squire @ South Bank
9.30-10am Welcome Coffee – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
9.45-11am Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Recognition

Chair: L.M. Peterson

133 – J. Sun*
134 – D. Guilbert*
135 – R. Tyler*
136 – B. Popovic
137 – L.M. Peterson
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Movement Disorders

Chair: D. Apthorp

Empty session
138 – M.I.N. Karim
139 – L.P. Selvadurai
140 – H.M. Cummins*
141 – J. McBeath*
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Metacognition

Chair: D.H. Arnold

Empty session
Empty session
142 – O. Burton
143 – X. Lu
144 – D.H. Arnold
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305

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Healthy Cognition

Chair: F. Karayanidis

Empty session
145 – S. Weber*
146 – K. Bianco*
147 – N. Nuzum*
148 – F. Simpson*
11-11.30am Morning Tea – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
11.30-1pm Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Prediction

Chair: H. Hogendoorn

149 – Z. Howard
150 – S. Jano
151 – J. Pandey*
152 – A.W. Harrison*
153 – H.A. Shehu*
154 – E. Wilson
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Movement

Chair: D. Apthorp

155 – C. Cadwallader*
156 – J. Hendrikse
157 – E.G. Ellis*
158 – E.F.P. Younger*
159 – J. Tan*
160 – D. Apthorp
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Decisional Processes

Chair: T. Ballard

161 – M. Bartlett
162 – B. Hayes
163 – B.R. Muir*
164 – K. Perrykkad
165 – H. Grimmer*
166 – T. Ballard
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305

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Brain Mapping

Chair: A. York

167 – F.A. Mansouri
168 – T. Cao
169 – M.A. Dalton
170 – M.M. Schira
171 – L. Novelli
172 – A. Puckett
1-2pm Lunch – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
2-3pm Poster Session #3 – McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 201-204

173 – G. Stuart (p1)* 178 – J. Morrison-Ham (p6)* 183 – I. Goodwin (p11)* 188 – C. Marsh (p16)
174 – J. Melling (p2)* 179 – Z.J. Isherwood (p7) 184 – J. Crimston (p12)* 189 – Z. Yu (p17)
175 – E. Cho (p3)* 180 – J. Plank (p8)* 185 – Ware (p13)* 190 – W.S. Koo (p18)*
176 – A. Brown (p4) 181 – C. Stone (p9)* 186 – A.P.H. Wong (p14)
177 – I. Orlando (p5)* 182 – C. Robinson (p10)* 187 – A.A. York (p15)
3-4.30pm Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Perception

Chair: B. Spehar

191 – J. McEwan*
192 – A.J. Anderson
193 – G. Wainstein*
194 – K. Y-T. Tsang*
195 – T.J. Whitford
196 – B. Spehar
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Clinical Disorders

Chair: H. Keage

197 – E. Ringin*
198 – H. Byrne*
199 – E.K. Josev
200 – C. Wannan
201 – E.M. Wilkinson*
202 – A. Clemente
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Memory

Chair: J. Mattingley

203 – G. Maddox*
204 – Z. Shebani
205 – S. Loft
206 – A. Songco
207 – L. Ford
208 – X. Li*
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305

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V.R.

Chair: F. Verstraten

209 – D.R. Painter
210 – H. Kirk
211 – L. McIntosh*
212 – O. Griffiths
213 – S. Miellet
214 – M. Davidson
4.30-5pm Afternoon Tea – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
5-6pm Medilink OHBM Keynote –  A/Prof. Lianne Schmaal (Orygen)

Abel Smith Theatre

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6pm– The Symbiotic Devices Conference Dinner/Social – ‘The Plough Inn
9.30-10am Welcome Coffee – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
10-11am Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Visual Features

Chair: D. Badcock

215 – E.J. A-Izzeddin*
216 – C. Bellagarda
217 – J.M. Paul
218 – D.R. Badcock
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Pain

Chair: T.T. Ngô

219 – C. Dziego*
220 – R. Katsunuma
221 – N. Chowdhury
222 – T.T. Ngô
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Knowledge & Complexity

Chair: T. Grootswager

223 – J.P. Franco
224 – L. Mills
225 – S. Kumari
226 – D. Moerel
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305

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Psychological Wellbeing

Chair: O. Baumann

Empty session
227. T. Chen
228 – B. Slade
229 – O. Baumann
11-11.30am Morning Tea – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
11.30-1pm Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Perception – Limits

Chair: K. Seymour

230 – S. Russo
231 – J. Favero
232 – F. Hammond*
233 – J.L. O’Rielly
234 – S. Gotsis*
235 – K. Seymour

 

Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Stroke & TBI

Chair: H. Filmer

236 – F. Karayanidis
237 – M.J. Moore
238 – V. Vadinova*
239 – G. Zhu
240 – E. Deutscher
241 – A. Fox*

 

Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Substrates of Emotion

Chair: J. Taubert

242 – B. Speranza*
243 – M. Edwards
244 – D. Iskaf*
245 – L. Oestreich
246 – J. Taubert
Empty session

 

Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305

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Brain Structure & Function

Chair: H. Dempsey-Jones

247 – C.E Kelly*
248 – K. Iyer
249 – N. Badcock
250 – H. Deery*
251 – S. Ehrhardt*
252 – H. Dempsey-Jones

 

1-1.45pm Lunch / General Meeting(s) – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard
1.45-3pm Poster Session #4 – McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 201-204

253 – B. Lowe (p1)* 257 – A. Stein (p5)* 261 – Z. Qiu (p9)* 265 – E. Kearney (p13)
254 – L. Hall (p2)* 258 – Withdrawn (p6)* 262 – J. Chai (p10)* 266 – B.N. Jack (p14)
255 – L. Bouyer (p3) 259 – K. Murphy (p7) 263 – E. Luders (p11)
256 – Withdrawn (p4)* 260 – B. Muehlebach (p8)* 264 – F. Kurth (p12)
3-4.30pm Stream 1

Abel Smith Theatre

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Applied Vision

Chair: E. Goddard

267 – P.W.B. Urale*
268 – R. Street*
269 – C.J. Brooks*
270 – N. Wyche*
271 – Y.M. Chan
272 – E. Goddard
Stream 2

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S304

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Task Switching

Chair: P. Dux

273 – A.K. Zinn*
274 – M. Gordan*
275 – R. Healey*
276 – M.R. Hinder
277 – C.A. Schumann*
278 – Y. Wards
Stream 3

Social Sciences Building (24), Room S402

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Learning

Chair: O. Lipp

279 – E. Axelsson
280 – D. Pearson
281 – M. Nightingale*
282 – X. Sun*
283 – Julie Chow
284 – O. Lipp
Stream 4

McElwain Building (24A), Rooms 304-305

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Language & Speech

Chair: A. Volfart

285 – J. Lee*
286 – H. Paff*
287 – Jessica Chow*
288 – V. Tolkacheva*
289 – A. Volfart
Empty session
4.30-5pm Afternoon Tea – McElwain Building (24A) Courtyard

Presentation streams

Zoom links for each stream are listed below (attendees please see your email for access passwords):

Day 1 – July 11

Stream 1 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/if23C1WZKqhM4086xfLnwJM?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 2 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/B1gHC2xZLrcpY47VWU1c570?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 3 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/M5PYC3Q8MvCpkPZXoU25XGB?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 4 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/xa2XC4QZNwCBVnrzEuWaKU4?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 5 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/1jkLC5QZOxCZJzAM3cx05NW?domain=uqz.zoom.us

Day 2 – July 12

Stream 1 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/LPihC6X1PysrNgXP7TLbhY3?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 2 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/X6NJC71ZQzSAg0Lz2t0iaqE?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 3 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/z2bWC81ZRAS6GA9XWSRC_GG?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 4 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/Vkc0C91ZVBSk068zAiGkHBY?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 5 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/oif5C0YZJpCGx9jkQS9VvJ5?domain=uqz.zoom.us

Day 3 – July 13

Stream 1 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/ymmLCgZolKFA3j8qKtJOpoJ?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 2 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/JfXNCjZroMFnrwgYDu2yZaI?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 3 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/L-f0Ck8vpKsOERgkAircf5C?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 4 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/nZMkClxwqLc2r3L1muw5yHh?domain=uqz.zoom.us

Day 4 – July 14

Stream 1 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/xdWOCmOxr6sjx7vp8sYZaKG?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 2 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/2BOSCnxyvXc7E1nXgCoa_RU?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 3 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/Q_OJCoVzwKhrn1kD5T3QjbE?domain=uqz.zoom.us
Stream 4 – https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/XuLiCp8AxKsn2J59quZxI63?domain=uqz.zoom.us

*Student presentation

Presentation titles

Day 1 – July 11

Poster Session #1 (2.00-3.00pm)

1. Thurbon* – The role of natural scene statistics in the restorative potential of nature scenes
2. Gajwani – The effects of different preprocessing steps and cortical parcellations on diffusion MRI connectomics
3. Parsons* – Structural-functional connectivity bandwidth predicts processing speed in mild traumatic brain injury: A multiplex network analysis
4. Hall – Neurobiology OF Osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis
5. Talipski* – Can attention impair temporal resolution? A spatiotemporal-confusion account of temporal impairment following a brief cue
6. Chen – Scopolamine’s effect on heart rate variability and electroencephalography measures in healthy participants and participants with depression
7. Shadli – Conflict-specific EEG ‘theta’ rhythm that predicts anxiolytic action is elevated in clinical anxiety: Validation of a theory-based biomarker
8. Budd* – Belief beyond logic: The effect of repetition, delusion-relevance and schizotypy on perceived truth
9. Holmes* – Disturbed hierarchical function in schizophrenia and early psychosis
10. Marsh* – Real-world search with action: A contribution of how time constraints and environment familiarity impact search strategies
11. McNally – Interaction and embodiment in virtual reality
12. Barich* – It’s all right: Target detection in space
13. Lawrence – Shining the spotlight on personality: Is there a relationship between the distribution of attention and the big five?
14. Myles* – Losses disguised as wins in electronic gambling machines
15. Corbett – EEG signatures of decision formation in motion direction estimation
16. Tran – A cognitive modelling approach to understanding the nature of task-switching
17. Dicken* – Children allocate reminders in proportion to cognitive load
18. Higgins – Post-trial responsibility in trials of invasive neural devices

Stream 1 – Object Recognition

19. Shatek* – How do children view the world? The temporal dynamics of visual perception in preschool age children
20. Cooper – Repetition suppression of perceptually novel objects is reduced in perceptually curious individuals
21. Grootswagers – That’s not a knife: Using synthetic images to drive object responses in the human brain
22. Gu – The contribution of ensemble representations to natural object and material recognition
23. Quek – This is like that: Unique contributions of perceptual and conceptual attributes in the neural response to objects
24. Robinson – The dynamics of object coding within and across the hemispheres

Stream 2 – Schizophrenia

25. Richards – A detailed examination of pitch discrimination deficits associated with auditory verbal hallucinations in schizophrenia
26. Mewton – A meta-analytic test of emotion processing in Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorder (SSD): Specific deficit or difficulty confound?
27. Syeda – Cortico-cognition coupling in treatment resistant schizophrenia
28. Tan – Investigating the diagnostic utility of quantitative speech assessment in schizophrenia spectrum disorders
29. Chung* – Neurophysiological evidence of corollary discharge dysfunction in inner speech in schizophrenia
30. Keage – Making the case for brain vulnerability to delirium: A series of reviews on the neurophysiological, neuropsychological and clinical correlates

Stream 3 – Attentional selection

31. Le Pelley – Attention and choice: Exploiting gaze dynamics can shift perceptual decision making and risky choice
32. Goodhew – Both negative and positive task-irrelevant stimuli contract attentional breadth in individuals with high levels of negative affect
33. Parker – Exploring the relationship between gaze and covert attention in social and non-social contexts
34. Rich – The Multiple Object Monitoring (MOM) task: A new method for measuring sustained and vigilant attention.
35. Hamblin-Frohman – The mechanisms of inhibition of distractor features in visual search
36. Becker – Two target templates for attentional guidance and decision-making: Relational and optimal

Stream 4 – Decision correlates

37. Ehrhardt – tDCS augments decision-making efficiency in an intensity dependent manner: A training study
38. Coutanche – Neural processes and consequences of generating novel concepts from known objects in the human brain
39. Feuerriegel – Neural correlates of decision evidence accumulation when making judgments across continuous dimensions
40. Leunissen – Effects of beta- and gamma-band rhythmic stimulation on response inhibition
41. Bowman – Computational complexity of decisions are reflected in human pupil response
42. Rangelov – Perceptual decision making relies on reducing uncertainty about neural sensory representations

Stream 5 – Cognitive processes

43. He* – A systematic review of task switching in healthy older adults
44. Marshall* – Examining the relationship between media multitasking behaviour and inhibition performance in a parametric Go/No-Go task
45. Dykstra* – Comparing the spatiotemporal dynamics of attention in adults with different types of dyslexia
46. Schimke – Sleep’s influence on novel word learning through context in healthy young adults

Stream 1 –  Unreal faces

47. Becker* – Videos, deepfakes, and dynamic morphs: Perceptual differences for real and artificial faces
48. Mills* – Human behavioural and neural responses to computer-generated versus human faces: A meta-analysis
49. Varela* – Looking at faces in the wild
50. Jeganathan* – Quantifying dynamic facial expressions under naturalistic conditions

Stream 2 – Motor control

51. Lamp – The eye, hand and brain behind visuomotor inhibition: Differences between individuals and trials
52. Huntley* – Multisensory information: Does it help or hinder motor execution?
53. Armstrong – Motor cortical excitability is modulated by the phase of slow-wave brain stimulation
54. Leow – Effect of dopamine and cognitive effort on movement vigor

Stream 3 – Decision integration

55. Loneragan* – Should I stay or should I go? Characterising the temporal dynamics of decision making in a visual foraging task
56. Jiwa* – Hedonism in information search – biased information-seeking leads to biased beliefs
57. Barnes – Fractionating distraction: how past- and future-relevant distractors influence integrated decisions
58. Sewell – Combining information from multiple cues: Simplest is best

Stream 4 – Better vision science

59. Nguyen – Perceptual centre-surround contrast suppression in adolescents
60. Harris* – Running real-time replications of experimental psychology studies: A project aiming to shift incentives toward more open, replicable psychological science
61. Falconbridge – Speeding up psychophysics: A Bayesian brain approach to continuous experiments
62. Salaman – Decision aids that support learning, not performance

Stream 5 – Impaired cognition

63. Bansal – Global complement c3 knockdown attenuates synapse loss, long-term potentiation impairment and alleviates cognitive decline in aged mice
64. Conn* – Long COVID-19 comparisons with persistent concussion and implications for participation in activities of daily living, including driving
65. Cobden – Dynamics of cognition and fatigue in breast cancer survivors: An ecological momentary assessment study

Stream 1 – Predictive vision

66. Livesey – Common suppressive effects of prediction across the brain: Links between corticospinal and sensory attenuation
67. Turner – Investigating the predictive neural encoding of smoothly moving objects
68. Saurels – The temporal visual oddball effect cannot be explained by repetition suppression or a generalised temporal anticipation effect
69. Johnson – Position representations of moving objects align with real-time position in the early visual response
70. Sexton* – Spike-timing dependent plasticity compensates for neural delays in a multi-layered network of motion-sensitive neurons
71. Rideaux – Less accurate, but more precise, representations following adaptation to orientation revealed by forward encoding of brain activity in human observers

Stream 2 – Aging

72. Huang* – Changes in amygdalar integrity in frontotemporal dementia subtypes
73. Smith – Does APOE ε4 status change how 24-hour time-use composition is associated with cognitive function? An exploratory analysis among middle-to-older adults
74. Dewitte – Effortful and spontaneous cognitive processes underlying the experience of meaning in life across the lifespan
75. Todd – Shorter contextual time-scale rather than memory deficit in ageing
76. Lan* – Profiles of grey matter atrophy across the long axis of the hippocampus in dementia
77. Irish – Frontostriatal dysfunction drives discrete profiles of motivational impairment in dementia

Stream 3 – Attention

78. Day* – Attention to affective features across distance
79. Nicoll* – Impact of Augmented Reality visual cues on attention and search performance
80. Beale* – The role of selective attention and repeated temporal structure during integrative perceptual decision making
81. Vella* – Motion perception and attentional selection: self-prioritization effects underlying decisional and perceptual mechanisms
82. Renton – Can we predict when attention has lapsed? Modelling hidden attentional states in a dynamically updating vigilance task
83. Jefferies – The timecourse of dividing attention: The influence of culture and bilingualism

Stream 4 – Brain systems

84. Bower – Building to optimise cognitive processes: Functional brain connectivity during exposure to the scale and colour of interior built environments
85. Taylor – The structural and functional connectivity between distinct neuromodulatory systems underpins dynamic shifts in brain network and attractor topography
86. Leonards* – Identifying a distinct suppression signature in the default mode network during high cognitive demand
87. Pang – Cortical geometry explains diverse patterns of brain activity
88. Cerens* – Assessment of cortical inhibition depends on inter individual differences in the excitatory neural populations activated by transcranial magnetic stimulation
89. Hamilton – Eigenmodes in the brain explain how local perturbations evolve into long-range effects

Stream 5 – Human vision

90. Thompson* – Patterns of perceptual experience in undiagnosed Visual Snow Syndrome are similar to those in the absence of Visual Snow
91. Liu* – Inattentional blindness: Attentional set for efficient task success

Poster Session #2 (2.00-3.00pm)

92. Leong – Characterising the EEG markers of surprise-induced deficits in vision and audition
93. Haase* – Motion silencing in dynamic orientation change detection and discrimination
94. Andresen – Cognitive drivers for the ‘default’ dynamic of human vision, and a hypothesis regarding neural correlates of the strength of imagined sensory experiences
95. Sulfaro* – Comparing mental imagery experiences across visual, auditory, and other sensory modalities
96. Voigt – Comparing metabolic and functional connectomes across ageing: A simultaneous MRI-PET study
97. Evas – Exploring relationships between ageing, cognition, and the aperiodic component of resting-state electroencephalography (EEG) in healthy older adults
98. Andrews – Neuropsychological subtypes of incident mild cognitive impairment and mild neurocognitive disorder in a population-based cohort of older adults
99. Campbell – Distinct structural connectivity development in young people at high risk of bipolar disorder
100. Loft – Shared visual context and redistribution of tasking in a simulated submarine control room
101. Clarkson* – Disentangling the prioritisation of ownership and reward in memory
102. Jones* – Children’s emotional experiences and the controllability of counterfactuals
103. Wykes* – 3D Diamonds are LOC’s best friend – exploring the role of LOC in 3D vs 2D perceptual rivalry
104. Harris – ERP correction for the study of non-phase-locked neural oscillations: An evaluation of methods
105. Greenwood – Resting state functional connectivity of the dorsal attention network in cannabis use disorder: A fMRI study
106. Cottier* – Evidence for dissociable and shared mechanisms underlying motion-induced position shift illusions
107. Pham* – The folly of pretending it’s not real: A failure of cognitive reappraisal to modulate perception and memory for aversive images
108. Roberts* – Controlling image valence removes ‘nature effect’ for cognition but not subjective restoration

Stream 1 – Imagery

109. Pace* – Different representational mechanisms account for mental imagery and perception in the visual cortex: Modulation vs excitation.
110. Stoliker* – Effective connectivity of imagery under psilocybin
111. Keogh – Investigating the experience of visual illusions in individuals who lack visual imagery (aphantasia)
112. Clifton – More and different mind wandering with mental imagery
113. Brooks – Body image and body imagination: Aftereffects of seeing, remembering and imagining extreme body shapes on perceived body size

Stream 2 – Childhood disorders

114. Hood – Cortical changes in survivors of childhood medulloblastoma
115. Singh* – Developmental trajectories of inhibition and fronto-basal-ganglia white matter in childhood ADHD: A possible mechanism for inhibitory deficits?
116. Dipnall* – Does myelin matter? Developmental trajectories of neural white matter myelin in children with ADHD and controls
117. Soman* – Longitudinal structure-function coupling in children with ADHD and typically developing children
118. Sherwell – Multimodal assessment of a self-guided training approach to treating anxiety in autism

Stream 3 – Emotional responses

119. Holt* – A meta-analysis on the processing effects of mood: Positive mood increases reliance on heuristic knowledge compared to negative mood
120. Bennett – Affective reactivity to reward as a marker of the severity of emotional disorder symptoms in the general population
121. Most – Working memory load reduces spontaneous memory encoding, but not perceptual prioritisation, of emotional stimuli
122. Varley* – Compassionate meditation effects on parasympathetic reactions to self-critical threat
123. Nelson – Poser vs. Perceiver: Cultural variability in the expressivity and recognizability of emotions

Stream 4 – Cannabis

124. Dali* – Chronic cannabis use and error awareness: The effect on learning from errors
125. Thomson* – Examining resting-state functional connectivity differences between people with moderate-to-severe Cannabis Use Disorder and non-users: An fMRI study
126. Arun – White matter alterations in cannabis users using diffusion MRI: A fixel-based analysis study
127. Meikle* – Effects of MDMA and THC on human socioemotional processing
128. Lorenzetti – World first evidence of altered brain reward function in young people with a DSM-5 diagnosis of Cannabis Use Disorder: A fMRI study

Stream 5 – The changing brain

129. Angus – Atypical resting aperiodic and periodic neural activity in Parkinson’s disease
130. Hill – Periodic and aperiodic neural activity displays age-dependent changes across early-to-middle childhood
131. Robinson* – White matter microstructure in cannabis users versus controls: A systematic review of diffusion MRI
132. Zouki* – Network localization of tics: Evidence from coordinate-based network mapping and lesion network mapping

Day 3 – July 13

Morning Session (9.45-11.00am)

Stream 1 – Recognition

133. Sun* – Re-evaluating the late positive event-related potential component in recognition memory tasks
134. Guilbert* – The other-race effect in face recognition: When will people give a criterion shift?
135. Tyler* – Talking about faces: Identifying faces from verbal descriptions
136. Popovic – Super-recognisers can match faces in the blink of an eye
137. Peterson – Face detection from shading cues is more robust than recognition to variations in lighting direction

Stream 2 – Movement disorders

138. Karim – Localised changes in dentate nucleus shape and iron concentration in Friedreich Ataxia assessed using quantitative susceptibility mapping
139. Selvadurai – Month-to-month intra-individual variability in motor-cognitive performance in spinocerebellar ataxia
140. Cummins* – Cerebro-cerebellar functional connectivity alterations in Friedreich ataxia: A resting state fMRI study
141. McBeath* – Brain-body connections revealed by joint non-linear analysis of EEG and postural sway

Stream 3 – Metacognition

142. Burton – Unpacking the relationship between initial judgements of solvability and problem-solving success: Interleaving impacts metacognition
143. Lu – Global self-performance estimation in computationally-complex decision-making
144. Arnold – Why we lack confidence in signal-detection-based analyses of confidence

Stream 4 – Healthy cognition

145. Weber* – Stopping interference effects in healthy younger and older adults
146. Bianco* – Individual differences in procedural learning are associated with fibre specific white matter microstructure of superior cerebellar peduncles in healthy adults
147. Nuzum* – How our gut may bug our brain: Assessing gut bacteria’s role in cognition across healthy ageing
148. Simpson* – Does cerebrovascular status mediate the relationship between dietary pattern and cognition?

Stream 1 – Prediction

149. Howard – Can mental workload predict driving performance?
150. Jano – Prediction of upcoming words is influenced by prior predictability: A reanalysis of a multi-laboratory study
151. Pandey* – Movement velocity underpins foresighted decision-making under risk: Insights from rodent version of Iowa gambling task
152. Harrison* – Action-effect prediction in sensory attenuation and error monitoring: Distinguishing stimulus-driven and volitional movement
153. Shehu* – Moment-by-moment prediction of physiological responses to emotional stimuli
154. Wilson – Motion extrapolation in the twinkle goes illusion: Effects of duration, speed, and contrast

 Stream 2 – Movement

155. Cadwallader* – Effects of an acute exercise bout on visual cortex long-term potentiation and 1/f aperiodic signal
156. Hendrikse – Investigating the effects of regular exercise on neuroplasticity and cognition in young to middle-aged adults
157. Ellis* – Network localisation of multiple system atrophy
158. Younger* – Network mapping of essential tremor localises to the cerebellum
159. Tan* – Neuroimaging signatures of hallucinations in Parkinson’s disease
160. Apthorp – Using machine learning to develop objective measures of disease progression in Parkinson’s disease

Stream 3 – Decisional processes

161. Bartlett – A cognitive process model account of declining efficiency with increasing task difficulty in automation-aided signal detection
162. Hayes – Intuitive logic is an illusion: Whether we like an argument has nothing to do its validity
163. Muir* – Messy homes and remote witnesses: How messy cues can impact witness credibility
164. Perrykkad – What I can do won’t help: Beliefs about action efficacy constrain compassionate action
165. Grimmer* – When a lightbulb moment does not enlighten: Experimentally induced false insights
166. Ballard – Goal-directed decision-making among teams in dynamic and uncertain environments

Stream 4 – Brain mapping

167. Mansouri – The neural substrate and underlying mechanisms of executive control fluctuations in primates
168. Cao – Mode-based morphometry a new approach to mapping human neuroanatomy
169. Dalton – Anatomical connectivity between the hippocampus and cortical mantle in the human brain: New insights using quantitative fibre-tracking
170. Schira – A histology grade atlas of the human brain from in vivo MRI
171. Novelli – A mathematical perspective on edge-centric brain functional connectivity
172. Puckett – An explainability framework for cortical surface-based deep learning

Poster Session #3 (2.00-3.00pm)

173. Stuart* – Mistaken identity: Do examples of face pareidolia bias rapid face detection?
174. Melling* – Investigating a novel motion-induced “splitting” illusion
175. Cho* – A comparison of psychophysical versus EEG classification images
176. Brown – Examination of single subject auditory semantic N400 data: Exploring reliability and effects of task, system and analysis.
177. Orlando* – Dopamine alters sensorimotor-to-associative gradient organisation in Parkinson’s disease
178. Morrison-Ham* – Effects of non-invasive brain stimulation in dystonia: a systematic review and meta-analysis
179. Isherwood – 100 years of the Archibald Prize: How low-level image statistics correlate with judged categories of portrait art
180. Plank* – Brain temperature as a measure of neuroinflammation: assessment using whole-brain magnetic resonance spectroscopy
181. Stone* – Changes of mind in the face of perceptual and decisional uncertainty
182. Robinson* – Exploiting structural knowledge overcomes complexity constraints in human reasoning
183. Goodwin* – Bayesian accounts of perceptual decisions in the nonclinical continuum of psychosis: Aberrant top-down or bottom-up processes?
184. Crimston* – What are the odds? Examining pre-schoolers’ understanding of possibility and probability
185. Ware* – Relationship between regional cerebral vascular health and Alzheimer’s disease risk index
186. Wong – A test of time-resolved functional MRI with subsecond event durations
187. York – A cortical-depth-dependent analysis of surface-smoothed fingertip maps in human S1 acquired at ultra-high field (7T)
188. Marsh – The Attention Atlas virtual reality platform maps three-dimensional (3D) attention in unilateral spatial neglect patients
189. Yu – Up close and emotional: Electrophysiological dynamics of approaching angry faces
190. Koo* – Comparative assessment of venous artefact across magnetic field strengths and voxel resolutions

Stream 1 – Perception

191. McEwan* – Crossmodal correspondence does not require superior colliculus involvement
192. Anderson – Generic viewpoints between foregrounds and backgrounds are aesthetically preferred
193. Wainstein* – Noradrenergic modulation of brain network topology and energy landscape dynamics mediates conscious resolution of perceptual ambiguity
194. Tsang* – The perception of sound source duration across changes in reverberation, with and without a concurrent depiction of the listening environment
195. Whitford – The ‘volume’ of a person’s inner speech modulates their auditory-evoked activity
196. Spehar – The interplay between spectral scaling and symmetry in visual preference

Stream 2 – Clinical disorders

197. Ringin* – Associations of physical activity and sedentary behaviours with cognitive function in bipolar disorder: Findings from the UK Biobank cohort.
198. Byrne* – Basal ganglia connectivity and fatigue in adolescent myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS)
199. Josev – How does thinking affect neurometabolic functioning in paediatric chronic fatigue syndrome?
200. Wannen – Individualised profiling of white matter organisation in moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury patients
201. Wilkinson* – Interoception in health and disease: A meta-analytical review of the neurophysiological properties of the heartbeat evoked potential
202. Clemente – Affinity scores: An individual-centric fingerprinting framework for neuropsychiatric disorders

Stream 3 – Memory

203. Maddox* – Drawing on memory: A meta-analytic review
204. Shebani – Visually-related words in working memory
205. Loft – A computational model of context effects on prospective memory
206. Songco – Affective working memory in depression
207. Ford – Enhanced semantic memory in a case of highly superior autobiographical memory
208. Li* – Visual working memory is associated with white matter microstructures in healthy adult brain

Stream 4 – V.R.

209. Painter – Virtual reality outlier analysis identifies atypical attentional patterns within a diverse sample of people with brain injuries
210. Kirk – Virtual reality and game-based cognitive interventions for children and adolescents with ADHD
211. McIntosh* – Vergence movements in virtual reality
212. Griffiths – Valid cueing enhances inattentional blindness in a virtual reality vigilance task
213. Miellet – The impact of age and executive functioning on visual attention in dynamic scenes: A virtual-reality study of pedestrian safety
214. Davidson – Perceptual modulation over the gait-cycle: Vision-in-action in virtual reality

Day 4 – July 14

Morning Session (10.00-11.00am)

Stream 1 – Visual features

215. A-Izzeddin* – Basic visual feature predictors of natural scene binding
216. Bellagarda – Contribution of higher-order structure to perception of mirror symmetry
217. Paul – Numerosity tuning in human association cortices and local image contrast representations in early visual cortex
218. Badcock – Sensitivity to shape changes can be predicted by local context effects

Stream 2 – Pain

219. Dziego* – The N400 as a marker of differential neural processing of language in persistent pain patients
220. Katsunuma – Vulnerability of the prosocial rewards in daily life
221. Chowdhury – Cortical and corticomotor markers of pain: A combined Transcranial-Magnetic Stimulation – Electroencephalography study
222. Ngô – Pain in the brain & genes: Advancing neuroimaging genetics of chronic pain with CTG-VIEW

Stream 3 – Knowledge & complexity

223. Franco – The neural dynamics associated with computational complexity
224. Mills – Investigating the conflict in the Stroop task using the Bayesian hierarchical diffusion model
225. Kumari – Effect of handedness and familial sinistrality on Stroop effect and visual choice reaction time
226. Moerel – Modelling the time course of semantic knowledge in the brain

Stream 4 – Psychological wellbeing

227. Chen – The interplay between the frontoparietal network and default mode network underlying balanced time perspective
228. Slade – Music therapy targets cognitive compensatory neural networks measured with magnetoencephalography
229. Baumann – Multimodal measurement approach for effects of urban environments on psychological wellbeing

Stream 1 – Limits

230. Russo – The effect of cue validity and cognitive load on the detection of frequent and infrequent targets
231. Favero – Attention, n1 event related potentials and perception in the prepulse inhibition paradigm
232. Hammond* – Stereoscopic depth constancy and perceived visual ghosting for typical viewing conditions during three-dimensional laparoscopic surgery
233. O’Rielly – Human contrast detection thresholds are independent of locomotion
234. Gotsis* – High frequency transcranial random noise stimulation can diminish perceptual performance: Computational modelling evidence
235. Seymour – Believing is seeing: The link between paranormal beliefs and perceiving signal in noise

Stream 2 – Stroke & TBI

236. Karayanidis – Link between vascular, brain and cognitive systems: A promising key to variability in age-related cognitive decline
237. Moore – A comparison of lesion mapping analyses based on CT versus MR imaging in stroke
238. Vadinova* – White matter hyperintensities within the forceps minor are associated with comprehension deficits in poststroke aphasia
239. Zhu – Stroke subtypes classification using multi-channel microwave signals
240. Deutscher – Improving parcellation accuracy of T1w MRI images in the presence of large bilateral lesions using ENIGMA TBI data
241. Fox* – Evidence against long-term cognitive impairment after mild traumatic brain injury

Stream 3 – Substrates of emotion

242. Speranza* – An online investigation of factors affecting lateralisation in facial emotion processing
243. Edwards – Working memory load does not reduce Emotion-Induced-Blindness magnitude
244. Iskaf* – Heart rate variability, emotion regulation and anxiety
245. Oestreich – Aberrant microstructure and functional interactions between default mode network and a nucleus accumbens network in post-stroke depression
246. Taubert – Beyond faces: Characterizing the response of the amygdala to visual stimuli

Stream 4 – Brain structure & function

247. Kelly* – Brain structural maturation in children born preterm: A brain age prediction study
248. Iyer – Estimating a functional brain age in children and adolescents
249. Badcock – Is there a cognitive advantage for the typical pattern of verbal and nonverbal cerebral asymmetry?
250. Deery* – Higher-order functional brain networks in older adults are less segregated and efficient at rest: A systematic review of large-scale, resting state networks in ageing.
251. Ehrhardt* – On the relationship between GABA + and glutamate across the brain
252. Dempsey-Jones – Similar somatotopy for active and passive digit representation in primary somatosensory cortex

Poster Session #4 (2.00-3.00pm)

253. Lowe* – Dissociating attribute-specific prediction error responses across the cerebral cortex
254. Hall* – Estimating statistical power for ERP studies using the auditory N1, Tb, and P2 components
255. Bouyer – The opposing influence of the last input, and the last relevant judgment, upon perceptual decisions
256. Liu* – Parameter estimation for connectome generative models: Accuracy, reliability, and a fast parameter fitting method
257. Stein* – Using NODDI to characterise longitudinal changes in free water diffusion in children with mild traumatic brain injury
258. Saward* – Mapping cognitive deficits in cancer patients after chemotherapy: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis of task-related fMRI studies
259. Murphy – Unravelling the link between media-multitasking and executive functions
260. Muehlebach* – Dynamics of social hormones: An investigation of oxytocin using electroencephalography
261. Qiu* – Spatial attention shifting to fearful faces depends on visual awareness in attentional blink: An ERP study
262. Chai* – Reward bias on attentional selection in reinforcement learning is sensitive to both expected values and Pavlovian signals
263. Luders – Less age-related tissue loss in long-term meditation practitioners within the orbitofrontal cortex
264. Kurth – More male-typical brain structure in women with congenital adrenal hyperplasia
265. Kearney – Brain lesions associated with communication-related quality of life following surgical removal of primary left-hemisphere tumours
266. Jack – To speak or not to speak: Does the production of inner speech and non-speech sounds use corollary discharge?

Stream 1 – Applied vision

267. Urale* – Neural correlates of perceptual filling-in of the physiological blind spot
268. Street* – Increased subjective sensory sensitivity is related to higher levels of depression and anxiety in the general population
269. Brooks* – Characterising inter-individual variation in visual snow appearance and severity
270. Wyche* – Cognitive correlates of the Useful Field of View task
271. Chan – Continuous recording of magnetic resonance spectroscopy in young and older healthy individuals during monocular deprivation: A pilot study
272. Goddard – Perceiving surface colour requires attention

Stream 2 – Task switching

273. Zinn* – Social identity switching: How effective is it?
274. Gordon* – Intervention is a better predictor of tDCS mind-wandering effects than subjective beliefs about experimental results
275. Healey* – Age differences in seated inhibition but not step inhibition in a novel adaption of the stop-signal task
276. Hinder – A reconceptualisation of selective stopping using Bayesian hierarchical modelling and single trial electromyographical (EMG) analyses
277. Schumann* – Processing, encoding, and sensorimotor factors drive response times of older adults on switch tasks containing interference
278. Wards – Prefrontal cortex brain stimulation paired with multi-tasking training results in sustained performance transfer

Stream 3 – Learning

279. Axelsson – Time of day of preschoolers’ engagement with screens and associations with sleep and cognitive development
280. Pearson – Statistical learning improves non-spatial target selection, but not distractor suppression
281. Nightingale* – Contextual cueing: What is it that is learnt?
282. Sun* – Do you really want to know, even if it hurts? Trading-off pain for non-instrumental information
283. Chow – Using unobserved causes to explain unexpected outcomes: The role of prior belief in protection from extinction with a hidden cause
284. Lipp – Signalling unpaired unconditional stimuli during extinction does not reduce their effect to strengthen extinction learning

Stream 4 – Language & speech

285. Lee* – Age-related functional brain changes in language regions during vocal music listening
286. Paff* – Semantic knowledge of words is necessary to produce an incidental self-reference effect
287. Chow* – The influence of attention on propositional language production in the context of ageing
288. Tolkacheva* – The role of non-acoustic sublexical probabilistic phonotactic cues during speech perception
289. Volfart – Neural correlates of natural speech errors during continuous picture naming