Concurrent sessions

JUNE 30th


 
Concurrent Sessions 1
CS 1.1 Foundational Issues in the Science of Consciousness
13:30 Subjectivity and the limits of scientific enquiry
J. Fernández
[CS1-1.1]
14:00 On the search for the neural correlate of consciousness: Some caveats
G. Güzeldere
[CS1-1.2]
14:30 Redcar Rocks: Strong AI and Panpsychism
J. M. Bishop
[CS1-1.3]
15:00 Gilberto Gomes [CS1-1.4]
CS 1.2 Mechanisms of Binding  
13:30 The role of binding in the brain and of correspondences in theorizing
P.H. de Vries & G.J. Dalenoort
[CS1-2.1]
14:00 Temporal Synchronization: A Possible Mechanism for the Binding Together of the Conscious Self
Logan Trujillo
[CS1-2.2]
14:30 The temporal binding problem: what it is and how it might be solved
David M. Eagleman & Terrence J. Sejnowski
[CS1-2.3]
15:00 Cortical MEG activity dissociates coherence and meaning
Marina Pavlova, Werner Lutzenberger, Alexander Sokolov & Niels Birbaumer
[CS1-2.4]
CS 1.3 Color and Synaesthesia  
13:30 Perceptual Filling-in of Darkness
Michael E. Rudd
[CS1-3.1]
14:00 Priming the Kinetics of Pointing Movements: Online-Control by Barely Visible Isoluminant Color Stimuli
Thomas Schmidt
[CS1-3.2]
14:30 Can Synaesthesia Be Explained by 40Hz Oscillations?
Lucy Troup
[CS1-3.3]
15:00 Digit-Colour Synaesthesia: An Investigation of Extraordinary Conscious Experiences
Daniel Smilek, Mike J. Dixon, Cera Cudahy & Philip M. Merikle
[CS1-3.4]
CS 1.4 Conscious and Unconscious Memory  
13:30 When are we conscious? Some thoughts on a seemingly uncontentious topic
Rimas Cuplinskas
[CS1-4.1]
14:00 The Categorical Fluency Effect: Nondeclarative Memory in Visual Category Learning
Paul J. Reber
[CS1-4.2]
14:30 Conscious and nonconscious memory across saccadic eye movements
Karl Verfaillie, Peter De Graef & Veerle Gysen
CS1-4.3]
15:00 Electrophysiological measures of conscious and nonconscious memory
Ken Paller
[CS1-4.4]
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JULY 1st


Concurrent Sessions 2
CS 2.1 Binding and Unity: Foundational Issues  
13:30 Does Consciousness Achieve Binding?
Max Velmans
[CS1-1.1]
14:00 A Mentalistic View of Conscious Unity and Dissociation
Donelson E. Dulany
[CS1-1.2]
14:30 Integration, Phenomenal Unity, and Self-consciousness
Robert Van Gulick
[CS1-1.3]
15:00 Binding by synchrony and the transparency of consciousness
Markus Werning
[CS1-1.4]
CS 2.2 Schizophrenia and Dreams  
13:30 When "I think" doesn't accompany my thoughts
Frédérique de Vignemont
[CS2-2.1]
14:00 States of consciousness in schizophrenia : a metacognitive approach to semantic memory
Elisabeth Bacon & Jean-Marie Danion
[CS2-2.2]
14:30 Attribution of action in schizophrenic patients
Chloe Farrer, Nicolas Franck, Nicolas Georgieff & Marc Jeannerod
[CS2-2.3]
15:00 Binding in Dreams
Antti Revonsuo
[CS2-2.4]
CS 2.3 Attention and Change Blindness  
13:30 Experience is not something we feel but something we do: a principled way of explaining sensory phenomenology, with Change Blindness and other empirical consequences
J. Kevin O'Regan & Alva Noë
[CS2-3.1]
14:00 Unintended cognitive processing in briefly attended locations
Maria Stone & Roger W. Remington
[CS2-3.2]
14:30 Capacity limitations in the detection and identification of change in visual arrays
Patrick Wilken & Jason B. Mattingley
[CS2-3.3]
15:00 Representing change with and without awareness: imaging studies
Diego Fernandez-Duque, Giordana Grossi, Ian M. Thornton & Helen Neville
[CS2-3.4]
CS 2.4 Conscious and Unconscious Processes  
13:30 Priming capabilities of 'attention masked' words and pictures: ERP studies on the attentional blink
Michael Niedeggen & Petra Stoerig
[CS2-4.1]
14:00 Effects of color in implicit memory
André Melzer & Werner Wippich
[CS2-4.2]
14:30 Distinguishing conscious from non-conscious discrimination: Exploring functional analogs of blindsight in normals using visuo-motor responses to masked targets
Mark C. Price, Elisabeth Norman & Simon C. Duff
[CS2-4.3]
15:00 A neural correlate of visual awareness: exploring the N265 component
Ville Ojanen, Maria Wilenius-Emet & Antti Revonsuo
[CS2-4.4]

JULY 2nd


Concurrent Sessions 3
CS 3.1 What is the Unity of Consciousness?  
11:00 Memes and the malign user illusion
Susan Blackmore
[CS3-1.1]
11:30 Unity of Consciousness: What It Is and Where It Occurs
Andrew Brook
[CS3-1.2]
12:00 The Appearance of Unity: A Higher-Order Interpretation of the Unity of Consciousness
Josh Weisberg
[CS3-1.3]
CS 3.2 Neural Mechanisms of Self-Consciousness  
11:00 The continuity of self in collectivism and individualism
William P. Banks, Kris Y. Yi, Angela V. Lumanau & Nancy Chen
[CS3-2.1]
11:30 Alien Voices: An Event-Related fMRI Study of Overt Verbal Self-Monitoring
Cynthia H.Y. Fu, Edson Amaro Jr, Mick Brammer, Farooq Ahmad, Chris Andrew, Steve C.R. Williams, Nanda Vythelingum & Philip K. McGuire
[CS3-2.2]
12:00 Mental states of oneself and others are distinctly implemented in the human brain.
K. Vogeley, P. Bussfeld, A. Newen, S. Herrmann, F. Happé, P. Falkai, J. Shah & K. Zilles
[CS3-2.3]
CS 3.3 Stability and Rivalry  
11:00 Stability phase transition in binocular rivalry
Yoshi Tamori & Ken Mogi
[CS3-3.1]
11:30 Evidence for multistability in visual perception of pigeons
J.-D. Haynes, G. Vetter & S. Pfaff
[CS3-3.2]
12:00 What is salient in binocular rivalry
Fumihiko Taya & Ken Mogi
[CS3-3.3]
CS 3.4 Consciousness and Emotion  
11:00 Attentional guidance based on a preattentive analysis of emotional expression
John D. Eastwood, Daniel Smilek & Philip M. Merikle
[CS3-4.1]
11:30 Can emotions be dissociated from cognition?
Susanne Erk & Henrik Walter
[CS3-4.2]
12:00 Unconscious Emotions - Black Holes in the Cartesian Theatre?
Christoph Jaeger & Anne Bartsch
[CS3-4.3]
Concurrent Sessions 4
CS 4.1 Qualia  
13:45 Sensory Qualities, Concsiousness, and Perception
David M. Rosenthal
>[CS4-1.1]
14:15 Constrained inversions of sensations
Erik Myin
[CS4-1.2]
14:45 Capturing Qualia: Higher-order Concepts and Connectionism
Bryon Cunningham
[CS4-1.3]
15:15 William S. Robinson CS4-1.4]
CS 4.2 The Contents of Consciousness  
13:45 The Dimensions of Conscious Experience: A Quantitative Analysis
Steven Lehar
[CS4-2.1]
14:15 Is Language Structure Accessible to Consciousness?
Maxim I. Stamenov
[CS4-2.2]
14:45 On the unitary representation of the visual world: global criterion constraints in local visual awareness
Andrei Gorea & Dov Sagi
[CS4-2.3]
15:15 he tri-partite system of consciousness
Benny Shanon
[CS4-2.4]
CS 4.3 Altered States of Consciousness  
13:45 The mechanism of action of hallucinogenic drugs
Hans Flohr
[CS4-3.1]
14:15 Interaction between precuneus and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex may play a unitary role in consciousness - A principal component analysis of rCBF
Troels W. Kjaer & Hans C. Lou
[CS4-3.2]
14:45 Brain function during vegetative state and after recovery: a lesional approach to the study of human consciousness
S. Laureys, M.-E. Faymonville, N. Janssens, C. Degueldre, P. Peigneux, G. Del Fiore, P. Damas, B. Lambermont, A. Luxen, M. Lamy, G. Moonen & P. Maquet
[CS4-3.3]
15:15 Hypnosis and altered states of consciousness
Sakari Kallio & Antti Revonsuo
[CS4-3.4]
CS 4.4 Implicit Learning  
13:45 Neural correlates of explicit sequence knowledge: a novel application of the process dissociation procedure
A. Destrebecqz, P. Peigneux, P. Maquet, C. Degueldre, A. Luxen, M. Van der Linden & A. Cleeremans
[CS4-4.1]
14:15 Distinguishing explicit and implicit represented parts of event sequences: evidence from event-related brain potentials
Birgit Stuermer, Friederike Schlaghecken & Martin Eimer
[CS4-4.2]
14:45 The striatum is involved in the successful implicit learning of statistical higher-order knowledge
Philippe Peigneux, Pierre Maquet, Arnaud Destrebecqz, Christian Degueldre, André Luxen & Axel Cleeremans
[CS4-4.3]
15:15 Knowledge consolidation and abstraction in sequence learning
Annemie Melis, Eric Soetens & Wim Notebaert
[CS4-4.4]