Poster Sessions

Poster Session 1

Although posters will be put up on the morning of June 5, presenters should be at their posters at 5:30pm for the combined cash bar and poster session.

  1. An Advantage for Self- vs. Object-Rotations Given Physically Impossible Positions.
    Sarah H. Creem, Maryjane Wraga, Dennis R. Proffitt, University of Virginia, USA
  2. Updating Scenes After Imagined and Physical Self-Movement.
    Maryjane Wraga, Harvard University, USA
  3. Perceived Orientation of the Self and the Visual Environment.
    Fred Mast, Harvard University, USA
  4. Are All Glimpses of a Scene Equal?
    John D. Eastwood, Daniel Smilek, Stephen D. Smith, Philip M. Merikle, University of Waterloo, Canada
  5. Learned Associations Between Size and Shape Affect Conscious Perception of Size But Not Grip Scaling
    Angela Haffenden, Melvyn A. Goodale, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  6. The Computation of Size in Manual Prehension and Conscious Perceptual Estimation.
    Yaoping Hu, Melvyn A. Goodale, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  7. The Effects of Self-Directed Exploration on the Recognition of Novel 3D Objects.
    Karin L. Harman, G.K. Humphrey, M.A. Goodale, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  8. Adult Supraliminal and Subliminal Similarity Judgments Compared with Supraliminal Similarity Judgments of Preschool Children.
    Linda Brakel, S. Kleinsorge, M. Snodgrass, H. Shevrin, University of Michigan, USA
  9. The Functional Neuroanatomy of Implicit and Explicit Sematic Self Knowledge.
    Tilo T. J. Kircher, C. Senior, M. L. Phillips, P. J. Benson, E. T. Bullmore, M. Brammer, A. Simmons, S.C.R. Williams, M. Bartels & A. S. David, Institute of Psychiatry and King's College School of Medicine & Dentistry, London, UK
  10. Measuring Mental Operations.
    Frank Szeligo, Joel Houston, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton Campus, Canada
  11. Attention, Stimulus Quality, and Awareness.
    Mark J. Fenske, Philip M. Merikle, University of Waterloo, Canada
  12. Headwaters of the Stream of Consciousness.
    Timothy Rogier, Jennifer Garcia de Osuna, Kenneth Kotovsky, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  13. Mental rotation and object recognition: Let's get real
    Karen G. Nicholson & G.K. Humphrey, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.
  14. The Role of Cue Patterning in the Metacognitive Selection of Contextual Information.
    David Eichhorn, University of British Columbia, Canada
  15. Implicit Processes in Sentence Generation.
    Jennifer Garcia de Osuna, Kenneth Kotovsky, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  16. Recognizing Expression From Familiar and Unfamiliar Faces
    Jean-Yves Baudouin, S. Sansone, G. Tiberghien, Institut des Sciences cognitives, Lyons, France
  17. Aging and the Automaticity of Face-Name Categorization.
    Patricia Christidis, Claremont Graduate University; Beena Khurana, California Institute of Technology; Deborah M. Burke, Pomona College, USA
  18. The Structure of Emotion: What You See Is What You Do.
    Diane Humphrey, King's College, Canada
  19. The Role of Emotional Experience in Development of the Sense of the Subjective Other.
    Lis Nielsen, University of Arizona, USA
  20. Eros and Self: Iamblichus on the Paradoxes of Consciousness.
    Leonard George, Vancouver General Hospital, Canada
  21. Conscious Recollection and Feelings of Familiarity for Studied Threat Words as a Function of Trait Anxiety.
    Ward O'Neill, Diane Doucet, Dany Cyr, Université de Moncton, Canada
  22. Machine Self-Reference and Consciousness.
    John Case, University of Delaware, USA
  23. The Ecological and Dispositional Self: From Prereflexive Beginnings to Higher-Order Consciousness.
    Rimas Cuplinskas, University of Bonn, Germany
  24. Phenomenology and Dynamical Neural Networks Modelling Self as an Emergent Property.
    Donald Borrett, Toronto East General Hospital, Canada; Sean Kelly, Stanford University, USA; Hon Kwan, University of Toronto, Canada
  25. The Self Is Spatial but Not Experienced as Spatial, or The Strange Plight of Manifold Mole.
    Dennis Lomas, University of Toronto, Canada
  26. Reading Minds: Strong IA and the I CHING.
    Mark Bishop, University of Reading, UK
  27. A Model of Emergent Self.
    Alexei Samsonovich, Lynn Nadel, University of Arizona, USA
  28. Consciousness and the Inner-Outer Metaphor.
    Helge Malmgren, Göteborg University, Sweden
  29. Awareness of Deficit After Brain Injury in an Early Phase of Rehabilitation- the Role of Memory, Perception and Attention Deficits.
    Volker Voelzke, Werner Ischebeck, University Witten/Herdecke, Germany
  30. Electrophysiological Testing in Comatose Patients.
    G. Bryan Young, Richard S. McLachlan, Warren T. Blume, Charles F. Bolton, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  31. Specific Alterations in Consciousness Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Reexamining Personality Change.
    Jason T. Ramsay, Bruce D. Homer, University of Toronto-OISE, Canada

Poster Session 2

Although posters will be put up on the morning of June 6, presenters should be at their posters at 6:15 pm for the combined cash bar and poster session.

  1. Visual Awareness of Objects as Revealed by EEG.
    Maria Wilenius-Emet, Antti Revonsuo, University of Turku, Finland
  2. Assessing Attentional Changes in Long-Term Mindfulness Meditators Using a CuedAttention Task and Event-Related Brain Potentials.
    David Schnyer, A.W. Kaszniak, J.J.B. Allen, L. Trujillo, University of Arizona, USA
  3. Meditation: A conscious state distinct from rest and sleep - evidence from PET, EEG and observations
    Troels W. Kjaer, H. C. Lou, John F. Kennedy Institute, Denmark
  4. Self in Threatening Dream Events
    Katja Valli, Antti Revonsuo, University of Turku, Finland
  5. Binding and the Phenomenal Unity of Human Characters in Dreams.
    Krista Tarkko, Antti Revonsuo, University of Turku, Finland
  6. Sleep Paralysis and Associated Hypnopompic and Hypnogogic Experiences: Basic Experience and Subsequent Elaboration.
    Ian R. Newby-Clark, Steve D. Rueffer, J. Allan Cheyne, University of Waterloo, Canada
  7. The Elaboration of Anomalous Conscious Experiences: Individual Differences in Hypnagogic and Hypnopompic Hallucinations during Sleep Paralysis.
    Steve D. Rueffer, Ian Newby-Clark, J.Allan Cheyne, University of Waterloo, Canada
  8. What is Cognition Without Consciousness?
    Susanna Radovic, Johan Redstrom, Goteborg University, Sweden
  9. Hypnosis Can Evoke an Altered State of Consciousness.
    Sakari Kallio, Antti Revonsuo, University of Turku, Finland
  10. Hypermnesia in Unilateral Neglect.
    Raffaella Ricci, Giorgia Silani, Edoardo Bisiach, University of Torino, Italy
  11. Memory for Information Perceived Without Awareness.
    Stephen D. Smith, Philip M. Merikle, University of Waterloo, Canada
  12. New Analysis on Dissociative Phenomena: A Calling For a Theoretical Segregation Between Control Processes and Consciousness.
    Paloma Enriquez, Eduardo Migno, Ciudad Universitaria, Spain
  13. Source Memory: What Is the Role of the Frontal Cortex?
    Laila Thaiss, Aida Mekouar, Michael Petrides, Montreal Neurological Institute & McGill University, Canada
  14. Executive Control of Consciousness by the Frontal Lobe.
    Bill Faw, Brewton-Parker College, USA
  15. Delayed Self-Recognition and Episodic Memory in Preschoolers.
    Karen M.L. Skene, Chris Moore, Dalhousie University, Canada
  16. Recovery of fMRI Activation in Motion Area MT Following Storage of the Motion Aftereffect.
    Sean P. Dukelow, Jody C. Culham, Tutis Vilis, Frank A. Hassard, Joseph S. Gati, Ravi S. Menon, Melvyn A. Goodale, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  17. Activation of High-Level Visual Areas During Recognition of Primed Stimuli.
    Tom James, G.K. Humphrey, J.S. Gati, R.S. Menon, M.A. Goodale, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  18. Frontparietal Circuits for Antisaccades and Antipointing: Auxillary Foci For Anti- as Compared to Promovement.
    Jason Connolly, M.A. Goodale, J.F.X. DeSouza, R.S. Menon, T. Vilis, University of Western Ontario, Canada
  19. Visual Recognition of Own Face: PET Activation Study.
    Motoaki Sugiura, Ryuta Kawashima, Ken Okada, Hiroshi Fukuda, Tohoku University; Katsuki Nakamura, Shozo Kojima, Kyoto University; Takashi Kato, Akinori Nakamura, Kentaro Hatano, Kengo Itoh, National Institute for Longevity Science, Japan
  20. A multimodal Network for Involuntary Attention, Revealed by fMRI.
    Jonathan Downar, Adrian P. Crawley, David J. Mikulis, Karen D. Davis, University of Toronto, Canada
  21. Feature Based Structuring of Binocular Rivalry.
    Fumihiko Taya, Keio University; Ken Mogi, Sony Computer Science Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan
  22. Maximization of Information in Binocular Rivalry.
    Yoshi Tamori, HISL, KIT, Ishikawa; Ken Mogi, Sony Computer Science Laboratory, Tokyo, Japan
  23. Chalmers' Unconscious.
    Erik Olsson, Goteborg University, Sweden
  24. Psychophysical Isomorphism, Qualia and Psychologism.
    Fredrik Sundqvist, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
  25. A Suggested Method for Scientifically Addressing the Hard Problem of Consciousness.
    Alexander V. Lamey, University of Toronto, Canada
  26. Computability, Hard Problem and Self.
    Slavomir J. Nasuto, J.M. Bishop, University of Readings, UK
  27. Mind and Self as External Relations.
    Peter March, Saint Mary's University, Canada
  28. Consciousness and the Experimental Mind.
    Thomas C. Dalton, Cal Poly State University, USA
  29. The Self In Want of a Homunculus: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective.
    Jeremy R. Gray, Harvard University, USA
  30. I-Self Emergence from Activation of Self-Information.
    Paul Laurey, University of Oregon, USA
  31. Consciousness and Cognition as Compensatory Responses to the Media Effects of Technology and Culture
    Norman Steinhart, University of Toronto, Canada
  32. Agency judgement in an alien hand task.
    Chlöé Farrer, Nicolas Franck, Nicolas Georgieff, & Marc Jeannerod, Institut des Sciences Cognitives, France