ASSC 17 Poster Sessions

 

Poster Session 1, Sunday 14th, 13:30 – 15:30 (Nautilus 4 & 5)

 

Philosophy

Presenter

Title

Poster

Page

Dean James Beckwith

Mind and self: Navigating streams of consciousness through an ocean of other

P1-001

57

Emma Peng Chien

Interaction Theory, Individualism and Autism

P1-002

61

Stephen R. Deiss

Current science of consciousness is inconsistent or incomplete (or worse)

P1-003

64

Melissa Dixon Carvajal

Bodily Awareness and the schema/image distinction

P1-004

59

Luis H. Favela

Dynamical Systems, representations, and consciousness

P1-005

70

Liu Tzu Feng

Body swap illusion and the first-person pronounces

P1-006

70

Steven Gable

Historical consciousness, perceptual binding, and the formation of social memory

P1-007

73

Shan Gao

A quantum argument for Physicalism

P1-008

73

Stuart Hameroff

DOT is HOT: The ‘deeper order thought’ theory of consciousness

P1-009

78

Jonas Hartmann

Consciousness from Reflexion – a hypothesis regarding the emergence of qualia

P1-010

78

Yao-Wen Hsieh

Mental causation in the parallel distributed processing neural network

P1-011

80

Shun-Pin Hsu

Changes to the phenomenal world: Acquiring a concept or a quale?

P1-012

80

Ling-Fang Kuo

Is free will a state or a process?

P1-014

86

Ka Yeung Leung

Autism, complex emotions, and the symbolic representations

P1-015

87

Yi-Chen Lin

A new perspective on the debate on synaesthesia

P1-016

See Addendum

Ayca Mazman

False Belief Attribution: An investigation of the neural pattern account

P1-017

92

Nathaniel A. Mori

Admitting the pragmatic reality of multiply realized mental states

P1-018

92

Danil N. Razeev

Cognitive machinery and phenomenal flow of consciousness

P1-019

102

Kateryna Samoilova

Introspection of thoughts

P1-020

104

Kranti Saran

Cognitive penetration: What’s under the hood?

P1-021

105

Adam Shriver

Is there a “distinctive common quality” in the experience of pleasure?

P1-022

109

Vasileios Tsompanidis

Between memory theories and specious present theories

P1-023

113

Wanja Wiese

Meditation improves precision expectations

P1-024

116

Jerry Yang

A study on the independence of theories of mental state individuation and theories of mental content individuation

P1-025

119

 

Neuroscience

Presenter

Title

Poster

Page

Larissa Albantakis

Intrinsic causation and consciousness

P1-026

50

Konstantin Anokhin

Fingerprints of subjective experience in the animal brain

P1-027

52

Arnaud Delorme

Increased gamma brainwaves amplitude in different mediation traditions

P1-028

65

Qiufang Fu

Neural correlates of conscious and unconscious processing in implicit sequence learning

P1-029

71

Hagar Gelbard-Sagiv

Human single-neuron correlates of binocular rivalry

P1-030

74

Cassandra Gould

BOLD activation in color-selective areas is modulated by subjective experience in grapheme-color synaesthesia

P1-032

76

Sara Kimmich

Sex differences in the clinical expression and resting state brain connectivity in bipolar disorder

P1-033

81

Stanley Klein

A new technology for studying visual qualia

P1-035

82

Kenri Kodaka

Spatial attraction with causality perception based on semi-intentional action through synchronized tapping exchange between two persons

P1-036

83

Peter König

Perceptual changes and emotional impact of sensory augmentation

P1-037

83

Guido Hesselmann

Fronto-parietal cortex mediates perceptual transitions in bistable perception

P1-038

See Adden­dum

Tsutomu Murata

Emergence of conscious percepts in degraded images: Phenomenology and stochastic model based on feature-combination coding of visual objects

P1-039

93

Akihiko Nikkuni

Neural mechanisms of normal and disrupted confidence in sensory awareness

P1-040

94

Hyeong-dong Park

Heart-brain interactions shape visual consciousness

P1-041

97

Mario Martinez-Saito

Reflections of visual uncertainty and subjective confidence on memory load and pupil dilation

P1-042

91

Roy Salomon

Balancing visual consciousness: Natural vestibular stimulation modulates access to visual consciousness in a continuous flash suppression task

P1-043

103

Wendy R. Xiao

A behavioral paradigm for investigating the mechanisms of conscious report

P1-044

117

Toru Yanagawa

Estimation of the number of internal states in the brain as an indicator for the conscious level and content: An ECoG study in monkeys

P1-045

118

  


Psychology

Presenter

Title

Poster

Page

Hazel Anderson

Hypnotic synaesthesia; is it behaviorally similar to natural synaesthesia?

P1-046

51

Anna Anzulewicz

Does level of processing influence the transition from unconscious to conscious processing of stimuli?

P1-047

52

Tomohisa Asai

Illusory body-ownership for the proxy hand causes automatic compensative movement toward it

P1-048

53

Anne Atas

How does unconscious inhibition accumulate over time? The specific role of response latency and its relation with prime-target delay

P1-049

54

Benjamin Baird

Attention during spontaneous conscious thought: Diffuse or decoupled?

P1-050

56

Damien Brevers

Impaired metacognitive capacities in individuals with problem gambling

P1-051

58

Donelson E. Dulany

First and third person theory, third person data, and methodology of competitive support

P1-052

68

Akihiro Koreki

Exaggerated self in schizophrenia evaluated by the sense of agency task (Neo-Keio method)

P1-053

84

Ming-Ni Lee

Frequency of precognitive dreams and lucid dreams: Differential patterns of association with consciousness in impactful dreams

P1-054

87

Chun-Yu Lin

How do calendrical savants answer date questions?

P1-055

89

Jean-Paul Noel

Full body peripersonal space as the self’s sphere

P1-056

95

Marta Roczniewska

Implicit evaluation of competences as a function of goal-pursuit

P1-057

103

Sebastien Marti

Introspection reveals covert intentions during serial search

P1-059

90

Taisuke Morita

Difference between the nature of involuntary and voluntary memories for future events

P1-060

93

Edward Nguyen

Affective priming by biological motion

P1-061

94

Jay A. Olson

How magicians influence choice without awareness

P1-062

96

Antoine Pasquali

Consciousness dynamicity and the duarchical model

P1-063

98

Philip Pärnamets

Biasing moral choice by interrupting gaze – A dynamical systems approach

P1-064

98

Rebecca Rabinovich

Know your feelings: Neural basis of individual differences in emotion regulation

P1-065

101

Samantha S. Reeves

Comparing the effects of subliminal primes and phrases on working memory performance: Are they mediated by motivation?

P1-066

102

Magdalena Senderecka

Conscious and unconscious error processing in ADHD children: An event-related potentials study of the stop-signal task

P1-067

107

Jody Stanley

Color and luminance influence, but cannot explain binocular rivalry onset bias

P1-067

110

Petra Vetter

Conscious perception of apparent motion enhances predictability

P1-068

115

Lee-Xieng Yang

A computational model of the rubber hand illusion

P1-069

119

Breanne Yerkes

Attention modulates auditory stream segregation context effects

P1-070

120

Peremen Ziv

Measures of conscious and unconscious perception with perceptual and attentional manipulation of consciousness

P1-071

99

 

Clinical and Miscellaneous

Presenter

Title

Poster

Page

Nelson Abreu

Evidence and methodology for investigating the hypothesis of the out-of-body experience as an objective event

P1-072

49

Keiko Fujii

Development of multisensory integration and prediction: Fetus simulation with a cortex model

P1-073

118

Francesco Giorlando

A practical exploration of information theories of consciousness

P1-074

75

Virgil Griffith

An improved measure of information integration based on synergy

P1-075

77

Sho Moriguchi

Dissociative disorders develop their symptoms in a particular order

P1-076

92

Walter Sanchez-Suarez

Anxious animals? A novel method for assessing the awareness of emotions in nonhuman animals

P1-078

104

Yuki Sato

Effects of vibrotactile biofeedback device on postural stability without visual information in healthy young adults

P1-079

105

Keisuke Takahata

Affective modulation of agency and its role in self-serving and self-blaming bias

P1-080

112

Yasunori Yamada

Does embodiment contribute to the development of consciousness? Fetus simulation with a thalamocortical model

P1-081

118

 


Poster Session 2, Monday 15th, 14:30 – 16:30 (Nautilus 4 & 5)

Philosophy

Presenter

Title

Poster

Page

Marcus Abundis

Psyche as an informational strategy

P2-001

49

Carlos Acosta

On the physiological generation of antinomies and paradoxes

P2-002

49

Szu-Min Chan

Who has better working memory, chimpanzees or humans?

P2-003

60

Chieh-Ling Cheng

Mental Representation: Symbolic or pictorial?

P2-004

60

Hui-Ming Chin

Three levels of self-consciousness

P2-005

61

Phuonguyen Vu Chu

Tales of creativity and consciousness

P2-006

63

Alex Enescu

Oneiros states of subjectivity and their philosophical implications

P2-007

69

Nemira Gasiunas

Visual experiences have graph-like contents

P2-009

74

Javier Gomez-Lavin

The end of working memory

P2-010

76

Yogi H. Hendlin

The case for interspecies discourse ethics

P2-011

79

Patrick Hinds

Music and consciousness: The hard problem of musical value

P2-012

79

Ting-An Lin

What is the most fundamental unity of consciousness?

P2-013

88

Ted Lougheed

Paying attention to yourself: The relationships among episodic memory, attention, and self-consciousness

P2-014

89

Lukasz Kurowski

Taking a jab at the ‘hard problem’

P2-015

86

Hao Pang

Two kinds of concept related to the phenomenal content of consciousness

P2-016

97

Vincent Picciuto

The emperor is still naked: There is no empirical case for consciousness in virtue of targetless HOTs

P2-017

100

Iuliia Pliushch

Mind wandering as a possible mechanism of self-deception

P2-018

100

Lisa Quadt

Towards a working definition of social cognition

P2-019

101

Yunn Ueng

When are we determined?

P2-020

114

Mateo Vargas

The many minds of meditation: A survey of the varied techniques of modern meditation research

P2-021

115

Mikkel C. Vinding

What do we mean when we ask ‘Do we have free will’?

P2-022

115

 

Neuroscience

Presenter

Title

Poster

Page

Xerxes D. Arsiwalla

Are resonances in Integrated Information signatures of conscious states?

P2-024

53

Selen Atasoy

Spectral theory of consciousness

P2-025

55

Corinne Bareham

Losing the left side of the world during sleep onset: Neglect-like effects on a visual prior-entry task in drowsy normal participants

P2-026

56

TC Chiang

Stimulation in the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex increases guessing responses in a feature binding task

P2-027

62

Jason G. Fleischer

The case for using brain-based devices to study consciousness

P2-029

71

Louise Goupil

Inducing task-relevant responses in the sleeping brain

P2-030

84

Colin G. Hales

Issues in neuromorphic engineering as an empirical approach to the science of consciousness

P2-031

77

Karin Ludwig

The relationship between depth of interocular suppression and neural processing of visual object stimuli

P2-033

90

Lau Møller Andersen

Visual awareness negativity correlates with small changes in conscious experience

P2-034

51

Jared E. Reser

The neurological process responsible for mental continuity: Reciprocating transformations between a working memory updating function and an imagery generation system

P2-035

102

Manuel Schabus

Spectral EEG at rest predicts behavioral appearance in disorders of consciousness

P2-036

106

Adam Shai

The neurophysiology of feedback: A mechanism for binding

P2-037

107

Keisuke Suzuki

Multisensory integration across interoceptive and exteroceptive domains modulates the experience of body ownership

P2-038

111

Bruno van Swinderen

Perceptual suppression mechanisms in the fly brain: Insights into loss of consciousness

P2-039

114

Yoshi Tamori

Multimodal relation between perceptual simultaneity and neural simultaneity

P2-040

112

Alexandra Vlassova

Unconscious processing improves sensory decision-making

P2-041

116

Bochra Jamal Zareini

Cognitive complexity and disorders of consciousness

P2-042

120

David Wei Zhou

Percolation model for electrophysiological effects and loss of consciousness during general anesthesia

P2-043

121

 

Psychology

Presenter

Title

Poster

Page

Allison K. Allen

The reflexive imagery task: Unintentional imagery despite extensive training and voluntary set selection

P2-044

50

Dariusz Asanowicz

On the linearity of threshold for visual awareness in the lateralized two-stream RSVP task

P2-045

54

Bert Windey 

Visual experience depends on level of processing

P2-046

58

Evan Carr

Transforming the mirror: Hierarchical ‘verticality’ fundamentally changes spontaneous facial mimicry

P2-047

59

Yi-Chen Chen

The effect of electro-acupuncture on visual attention

P2-048

60

Kobe Desender

The power of real-life stimuli in unconsciously triggered response inhibition

P2-049

66

Mia Yuan Dong

Measuring motor consciousness: Developing a scale for sense of control

P2-051

67

Andres Gomez Emilsson

Building a roadmap of human emotion: The big five emotion clusters

P2-052

76

Nathan Faivre

Multisensory integration without awareness: A factorial study

P2-053

69

Ariel Goldstein

Unconscious movement processing and prediction

P2-054

75

Hisato Imai

When our memory is spontaneously retrieved: A diary study on prospective memory

P2-055

81

Yoshiaki Ko

A detection theoretic explanation of blindsight suggests a link between conscious perception and metacognition

P2-057

82

Lara C. Krisst

Subliminal priming of spontaneously experienced memories

P2-058

85

Michael Kubovy

Shielding consciousness from ambiguity: We know nothing about what we did not see in an ambiguous display

P2-059

85

Timothy Lane

Switching attention to the rubber hand

P2-060

86

Tingting Li

Working memory modulates conscious and unconscious cognitive control in a metacontrast masking task

P2-061

88

Eiko Matsuda

Synaesthesia: Continuous or discrete? A study on the prevalence of number personification in Japan

P2-062

91

Yuta Nishiyama

Uncovered discrepancies between part and whole in social inferences

P2-063

95

Simon Hviid del Pin

The process dissociation procedure is not an exhaustive measure of consciousness

P2-064

65

Ayse P. Saygin

Unconscious perception of biological motion

P2-065

106

Mark Shaw

Sustained electrophysiological activity reflects perceptual awareness for different object categories

P2-066

108

Nicolas Stefaniak

The semantic priming effect: How to explain individual differences?

P2-067

110

Thomas Strandberg

Using choice blindness to sift political attitudes and voter intentions

P2-068

111

Ioana Tincas

Visual sampling and integration of information in object recognition

P2-069

113

Gray Davidson

Neural signatures of perceptual transitions for a novel bistable auditory stimulus

P2-081

64

Tom Froese

Joint action, joint consciousness: A psychological study of the interaction dynamics of intersubjective experience

P2-082

See Adden-dum

 

Clinical and Miscellaneous

Presenter

Title

Poster

Page

Heather Berlin

Neuroimaging of olfaction in obsessive-compulsive disorder

P2-070

57

Ian-Ting Chu

Pain in women: Early perceptual processing of emotional prosody in primary dysmenorrhea

P2-071

62

Norbert Fürstenau

Simulating bistable perception with periodically interrupted ambiguous stimulus using stochastic self oscillator dynamics with percept choice bifurcation

P2-072

72

Loretta Norton

Innovative prognostic testing of comatose patients using fMRI

P2-074

96

Gilberto de Paiva

Proposal of a pattern recognition model to cognitive science and Philosophy of Mind

P2-075

66

Carol Di Perri

Vegetative state: The missing piece of the puzzle

P2-076

67

Andrew Peterson

The brain at war: Epistemic and ethical implications of –β-blocker therapy for combat-induced PTSD

P2-077

99

Maxim Stamenov

Lexical relations, mental re-presentations and the opposites of experience

P2-079

109

Marzia De Lucia

Neural discrimination of sequences of sounds during acute coma

P2-080

See Addendum