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Programme

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Detailed Program

Click here to download the detailed programme in .pdf format. (Last updated 15 Sep 2015)

Programme Overview

Click here to download the programme overview in .pdf format. (Last updated 14 Sep 2015)

Poster Sessions

Select one of the below links to download the session details or select All sessions to download all 3 days together.

Session A (Last updated 07 Sep 2015)

Session B (Last updated 18 Sep 2015)

Session C (Last updated 18 Sep 2015)

All sessions (Last updated 18 Sep 2015)

Note: Poster presenters should note the number indicated in front of their submission in the session details. This number will be used (without the preceding letter) to hang up the poster in the correct poster board during the session set up. Be aware, numbers will change as some restructuring of the sessions may take place, the final details will be available a few days before the conference. A list of poster locations will be available during the session set up.

Thursday – September 17, 2015

12:00-13:45

Women in Cognitive Science (WiCS) Symposium | Room: Lara A-B

14:00-15:45

European Research Council (ERC) Symposium | Room: Lara A-B

16:00-16:30

Conference Opening | Room: Akamas A-B-C-D

16:30-17:30

Keynote Lecture 1 – A core brain system in assembly of cognitive episodes
The Broadbent Lecture : John Duncan | Room: Akamas A-B-C-D

17:30-19:30

Poster Session A | Area: Akamas Terrace

19:30

Welcome Reception | Area: Palm Deck – Azia Gardens


 
Friday – September 18, 2015

09:00-11:00

Symposia Presentations

Attention and working memory: commonalities and differences | Akamas A
Automatic and strategic processes in the Stroop effect | Akamas B
Current methods and advances in prospective memory research | Akamas C
Big data approaches to understanding visual word recognition | Akamas D
What Bayesian methods can do for cognitive science | Lara A-B
Implicit vs. explicit learning and consolidation | Amoroza A
Neurocognitive correlates of cognitive control | Amoroza B-C
Social and emotional information processing in the developing brain | Amoroza D

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break | Area: Akamas Terrace

11:30-13:10

Oral Presentations

Working memory I | Akamas A
Task switching | Akamas B
Language I | Akamas C
Memory I | Akamas D
Bilingualism | Lara A-B
Numerical cognition I | Amoroza A
Speech processing | Amoroza B-C
Decision mechanisms / consciousness | Amoroza D

13:10-14:20

Lunch

14:20-16:00

Oral Presentations

Attention and cognitive control | Akamas A

Visual perception | Akamas B

Language II | Akamas C

Memory II | Akamas D

Bilingualism II | Lara A-B

Social cognition | Amoroza A

Reading and text comprehension | Amoroza B-C

Spatial cognition | Amoroza D

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break | Area: Akamas Terrace

16:30-17:30

Keynote Lecture 2:  NET-fMRI of large-scale brain networks: mapping dynamic connectivity in epochs of synaptic and system consolidation
Nikos Logothetis | Room: Akamas A-B-C-D

17:30-19:30

Poster Session B | Area: Akamas Terrace

19:30

ESCOP Business Meeting | Room: Lara A-B


 
Saturday – September 19, 2015

09:00-11:00

Symposia Presentations

A fight against forgetting from working memory: refreshing and removal | Akamas A

How is serial order coded in working memory? | Akamas B

Bridging cognitive psychology and artificial intelligence | Akamas C

How cognition supports social interaction: From joint action to dialogue | Akamas D

Relationship between attentional set and task-set | Lara A-B

Unconscious influences on goal-directed cognition | Amoroza A

Cognitive plasticity: evidence for behavioral and neural changes after intensive cognitive training | Amoroza B-C

Circadian influences on human cognition: a multidisciplinary approach from cognitive neuroscience and chronobiology | Amoroza D

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break | Area: Akamas Terrace

11:30-13:10

Oral Presentations

Attention I | Akamas A

Numerical cognition II | Akamas B

Language III | Akamas C

Cognitive control I | Akamas D

Visual word recognition | Lara A-B

Dyslexia / phonological processing | Amoroza A

Cognitive aging / dementia | Amoroza B-C

Learning | Amoroza D

13:10-14:20

Lunch

14:20-16:00

Oral Presentations

Attention II | Akamas A

Working memory II | Akamas B

Action / perception | Akamas C

Cognitive control II | Akamas D

Emotion I | Lara A-B

Bilingualism III | Amoroza A

Neuropsychology | Amoroza B-C

Reasoning | Amoroza D

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break | Area: Akamas Terrace

16:30-17:30

Keynote Lecture 3 – Perception of symmetry: behavioural and neural mechanisms
Bertelson Award: Zaira Cattaneo | Room: Akamas A-B-C-D

17:30-19:30

Poster Session C | Area: Akamas Terrace

20:15

Conference Dinner (optional)


 
Sunday – September 20, 2015

09:00-10:40

Symposia Presentations

The role of long-term memory in working memory | Akamas A

Executive control in affective contexts: evidence from healthy, clinical and paediatric populations | Akamas B

Current trends in associative learning | Akamas C

The cognitive effects of bilingualism | Akamas D

Social antecedents and consequences of action control | Lara A-B

How emotion and motivation influence cognitive control | Amoroza A

Modulating the social brain via transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) | Amoroza B-C

The role of stress in visual word recognition and reading aloud | Amoroza D

10:40-11:00

Coffee Break | Area: Akamas Terrace

11:00-12:00

Oral Presentations

Attention and objects | Lara A-B

Face processing | Amoroza A

Emotion II | Amoroza B-C

Memory and categorisation | Amoroza D

12:00-13:00

Keynote Lecture 4: Language from an embrained perspective: It is hard to give a good lecture
Peter Hagoort | Room: Akamas A-B-C-D

13:00-13:30

Conference closing

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