Posters Thursday 6 September 2012

Overview

Topic Time
Art and vision 11.00-12.30
Cognition 11.00-12.30
Computer and Robot vision 11.00-12.30
Decision making 11.00-12.30
EEG and Electrophysiology 11.00-12.30
Haptics 11.00-12.30
Models and Theory 11.00-12.30

Posters will be exhibited at the second floor in the Terrazza Restaurant Emperado.

Click on the session title to see the abstracts.

Thursday 6 September 2012, 11.00-12.30

Art and vision

1 - Drawing expertise predicts not just quality but also accuracy
Linda Carson, Matthew Millard, Nadine Quehl and James Danckert

2 - The specificity of art revealed by an empirical study on multi-cultural aesthetic material
Jana Boehringer, Claus-Christian Carbon and Stella J. Faerber

3 - What is the main ingredient for transforming an ordinary object to a piece of art? Aesthetic Evaluations on objects of judgments ambiguous art quality.
Manuela Härtel and Claus Christian Carbon

4 - How should I place two rectangles so they look best?
Françoise Samuel and Dirk Kerzel

5 - Perspective Errors Masked by Architectures in Paintings
I-Ping Chen and Chih-Hsiang Lin

6 - What 80 Lisas can reveal about Leonardo’s Mona Lisa: One step further in demystifying La Gioconda’s absorbing smile
Vera M. Hesslinger, Rüdiger Görlitz and Claus-Christian Carbon

7 - Simple and constructive visual mental imagery are behaviorally and neurally separable
Alexander Schlegel, Peter Kohler, Sergey Fogelson and Peter Tse

8 - There’s more than one way to irritation! An attempt to categorize ambiguity in art
Claudia Muth and Claus-Christian Carbon

9 - How heavy is red? Towards a psychophysical framework of color weights
Michael Klaus Groh and Claus-Christian Carbon

10 - Naive observers' perception of beauty, glossiness and inference color of pearls: Comparison with expert appraiser
Michiteru Kitazaki, Kaori Yanase, Yusuke Tani, Takehiro Nagai, Kowa Koida and Shigeki Nakauchi

11 - Effects of mere exposure and abstractness on aesthetic preference of visual stimuli in children
Dragan Jankovic

12 - Perceptual Fluency does not necessarily increase aesthetic appreciation: Evidence against the Hedonic Fluency Model
Sabine Albrecht and Claus Christian Carbon

13 - Systematic assessment of emotional expression using facial animation techniques
Kenneth C. Scott-Brown, Brian Robinson, Moore Fhionna, Malcolm Cook, Santiago Martinez and Robin J. S. Sloan

14 - The influence of a product’s perceived social function on aesthetic pleasure for visual product designs
Janneke Blijlevens and Paul P.M. Hekkert

15 - Errors in visual search lead to devaluation of stimuli
Andrey Chetverikov

16 - Six tea-towels, one calendar and 1659 children’s self-portraits: A developmental study of children drawing faces
Chris McManus, Rebecca Chamberlain, Charlotte Christopherson, Lucy Prince-Mobbs, Mark Robinson and Ines Stelk

17 - Viewing distance and angle matter in the Poggendorff illusion
Olga Daneyko, Daniele Zavagno and Natale Stucchi

18 - The Inner Scribe: A role for visual short-term memory in observational drawing?
Rebecca Chamberlain, Chris McManus, Howard Riley, Qona Rankin and Nicola Brunswick

19 - Evaluation of Graffiti/Art in different Contexts
Andreas Gartus and Helmut Leder

Cognition

20 - Cerebral hemispheric lateralization in the processing manner of verbal and spatial information
Seiji Nagae

21 - A study on the temperature metaphor of happiness
Zeng Wang, Feng-Yong Yang, Jun-Hua Wang, Chao Feng, Bo Zhang, Jie Wu, Ji-Lin Sun and Hong-Zhen Chen

22 - Looking and referring in a collaborative artistic task
Kristina Ananyeva and Alexander Kharitonov

23 - Is a detection of gaze direction of a person in front affected by the presence of persons in the peripheral view?
Motoyuki Takai, Satoshi Eifuku and Miyuki G. Kamachi

24 - Violation of the Leggett-Garg inequality in visual process
Fortunato Tito Arecchi, Alessandro Farini, Nicola Megna and Elisabetta Baldanzi

25 - Shape (ratio of height to width) of an object affects visual weight estimation
Tatsuya Yoshizawa, Kazuaki Takahashi and Tetsuo Kawahara

26 - The role of low spatial frequencies in the hemispheric processing for metric properties of objects.
Ayako Saneyoshi and Chikashi Michimata

27 - Visualization of information of a Japanese onomatopoeia
Yoshie Kiritani, Kyo Suzuki and Yoichi Tamagaki

28 - Stroop, Simon & the separation of response keys
Melanie Jonas, Cornelia Bäthge, Owino Eloka and Volker H. Franz

29 - The effect of visual information on a sense of being together in a virtual environment
Wataru Teramoto and Nobuko Asai

30 - Experiencing Physical Warmth Promotes Happiness
Zeng Wang, Yan-Gang Yuan, Jian-Sui Zhang, Wei Dong, Li-Xin Li, Yan-Xia Su, Jie Wu and Ji-Lin Sun

31 - View dependencies in the visual recognition of social interactions
Stephan de La Rosa, Sarah Miekes, Heinrich Bülthoff and Cristobal Curio

32 - Rapid extraction of holistic meaning from visual displays of multiple words.
Naoto Sakuma, Eiji Kimura and Ken Goryo

33 - Mere exposure effect for amodally completed stimuli
Akitoshi Tomita, Soyogu Matsushita and Kazunori Morikawa

Computer and Robot vision

34 - Assessing an image processing model of edge visibility with a psycho-visual experiment
Karine Joulan, Roland Brémond and Nicolas Hautière

35 - The role of nonlinearities in hierarchical feed-forward models for pattern recognition
Sven Eberhardt, Tobias Kluth, Manfred Fahle and Christoph Zetzsche

36 - An a-contrario model for predicting perceptual thresholds in contours detection.
Samy Blusseau, José Lezama, Rafael Grompone and Jean-Michel Morel

37 - A motion feature - based algorithm for the detection of specular objects in natural scenes
Katja Doerschner and Ozgur Yilmaz

Decision making

38 - Optimising strategies on the numberline task
David Aagten-Murphy, Guido Marco Cicchini and David Burr

39 - How children deal with risk in a visuomotor task
Tessa Dekker, Julia Jones and Marko Nardini

40 - Saccade trajectory of a perceptual decision is influenced most by the last evidence viewed
Clare Lyne, Eugene McSorely and Rachel McCloy

41 - Integration of extraretinal and visual information for perceptual decisions across eye movements
Florian Ostendorf and Ray Dolan

42 - What happens early in ultra-rapid object recognition?
Torsten Stemmler, Karoline Spang and Manfred Fahle

43 - Effect of gender membership on sequential decision of face attractiveness
Aki Kondo, Kohske Takahashi and Katsumi Watanabe

44 - How different choice methods affect perceptual decision bias
Shigeaki Nishina, Dongho Kim and Takeo Watanabe

45 - Time scale of evidence integration in visual motion decisions
Pia Jentgens, Thomas Pfeffer, Konstantinos Tsetsos, Marius Usher and Tobias Donner

46 - Temporal integration in visual motion detection with temporal uncertainty
Thomas Pfeffer, Konstantinos Tsetsos, Pia Jentgens, Tomas Knapen, Marius Usher and Tobias H. Donner

47 - The estimation of short durations and an objective measure of observer performance evaluation
Simon Cropper, Alan Johnston and Aurelio Bruno

EEG and Electrophysiology

48 - Effects of closure on the processing invisible figures: An ERP study
Weina Zhu and Yuanye Ma

49 - Learning new faces from multiple images
Chris Longmore, Isabel Santos, Mariana Carrito, Ana Pereira, Paulo Rodrigues and Carlos Silva

50 - Active Vision Plugin: An open-source MATLAB tool for saccade- and fixation-related EEG analysis
Olaf Dimigen and Ulrich Reinacher

51 - An Electrophysiological Investigation of Attentional Bias Towards Fearful and Angry Faces in a PTSD Population
Dhrasti K Shah, Colin Cameron, Dylan Smith, Natalia Jaworska, Crystal Blais, Derek Fisher, Verner Knott and Charles A Collin

52 - Electroencephalographic evidence of normal inversion effect even with impaired holistic processing in high-functioning adults with autism.
Paula Tavares, Susana Mouga and Miguel Castelo-Branco

53 - The face sensitive N170 component in developmental prosopagnosia: effects of stimulus type and inversion
John Towler, Angie Gosling, Bradley Duchaine and Martin Eimer

54 - Evidence for a unified representation of faces from EEG frequency tagging stimulation
Renaud Laguesse, Adriano Boremanse, Anthony M. Norcia and Bruno Rossion

56 - Cortical excitability and effective connectivity in face processing: a TMS-EEG study.
Giulia Mattavelli, Leonor J Romero Lauro, Mario Rosanova, Elena Natale, Sara Romanella and Costanza Papagno

57 - Early Neural Correlates of Familiarity during Binocular Rivalry
Bradley N. Jack, Urte Roeber and Robert P. O'Shea

58 - The influence of ongoing brain oscillations on apparent motion perception
Lia Sanders, Ryszard Auskulewicz, Niko Busch and Philipp Sterzer

59 - EEG-correlates of different degrees of visual ambiguity
Rike Wörner, Michael Bach and Jürgen Kornmeier

60 - Cortical localization of second-order visual mechanisms
Denis Yavna, Vitaly Babenko and Alexey Soloviev

61 - Fixation-related potentials to faces in a free-viewing visual search task
Lisandro Kaunitz, Juan E. Kamienkowski, Mariano Sigman, Rodrigo Quian Quiroga and Matias J. Ison

64 - Electrophysiological study of congenital prosopagnosia
Marta Zimmer, Kornel Nemeth and Gyula Kovacs

65 - Temporal dynamics of responses to dark and light stimuli in visual cortex
Stanley Jose Komban, Jianzhong Jin, Yushi Wang, Reza Lashgari, Jens Kremkow, Qasim Zaidi and Jose-Manuel Alonso

66 - Effect of central vs. peripheral optic flow stimuli on postural responses revealed by surface electromyography
Alessandro Piras, Milena Raffi, Michela Persiani and Salvatore Squatrito

Haptics

67 - Haptic perception of force magnitude and force direction
Femke E. van Beek, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest and Astrid M.L. Kappers

68 - The development of position and force cues in haptic shape perception
Gabriel Baud-Bovy, Giulio Sandini and Monica Gori

69 - Quantifying haptic exploratory procedures by characterizing hand dynamics and forces
Sander E.M. Jansen, Wouter M. Bergmann Tiest and Astrid M.L. Kappers

70 - From which viewpoint is hand movement represented in 3D object manipulation?
Juan Liu and Hiroshi Ando

71 - Signal detection study of the effect of sound on the discrimination of hardness
Yuika Suzuki, Takeshi Okuyama and Mami Tanaka

72 - Haptic spatial constancy for object motion
Lucile Dupin, Vincent Hayward and Mark Wexler

73 - Grasping a shape with uncertain location
Massimiliano Di Luca, Timothy E. Vivian-Griffiths, Jeremy L. Wyatt and Claudio Zito

Models and theory

74 - Experiment Toolbox: An Approach To Intuitive Experimental Design And Programming
Daniel Reutter and Michael Zehetleitner

75 - A neural network model of perceptual grouping ability for 2-dimensional patterns
Maria Pietronilla Penna, Anna Montesanto and Eliano Pessa

76 - Variability in pupil size during a cognitive task using nonlinear dynamics analysis
Olival Lago, Giuliano Ginani, Sabine Pompeia and Paulo Schor

77 - Cooperative dynamics of motion binding
Guillermo Aguilar, Maurizio Mattia, Paolo Del Giudice, Alexander Pastukhov and Jochen Braun

78 - Did I do that? Causal Inference of Authorship in goal-directed actions for impoverished stimuli
Tobias F Beck, Carlo Wilke, Barbara Wirxel, Dominik Endres, Axel Lindner and Martin Giese

79 - Spatial remapping during combined eye and body motion
Ivar Clemens, Luc Selen and W. Pieter Medendorp

80 - A new measure of motor-estimated size early in the grasp
Rachel M. Foster, Joep Vanlier and Volker H. Franz

81 - The abstraction of visual numerosity from continous visual properties
Ivilin Peev Stoianov and Marco Zorzi

82 - A contrast energy model for numerosity coding by human observers
Sabine Raphael, Barbara Dillenburger and Michael Morgan

83 - Dynamic scenes as an experimental tool to provide behavioral evidence for a Coarse-to-Fine processing sequence during scene categorization
Louise Kauffmann, Benoit Musel, Nathalie Guyader, Carole Peyrin and Alan Chauvin

84 - Comparisons of static and dynamic paradigms to investigate the Coarse-to-Fine categorization of scenes
Jessica Bourgin, Cécile Maire, Louise Kauffmann, Alan Chauvin, Nathalie Guyader and Carole Peyrin

85 - The role of higher-order statistical dependency of natural images in visual perception
Hadi Maboudi and Mehdi Abouzari