Wednesday     
    Stream A/B - Sun/Sea Room Stream C - Star Room
1200   Pre-conference Forum: Emerging research in cognition, emotion, and motivation   
1500   Workshop: Personal Analytics and the Future of Psychological Research
1700  
1705   Registration 
1800   Welcome Reception
         
Thursday      
Time Start      
800   Registration 
900   Welcome
    Stream A - Sun room Stream B - Sea Room Stream C - Star Room
    Learning and Attention Perception Higher Order Cognition
    Chair: Alex Holcombe Chair: Deborah Apthorp Chair: Brett Hayes
910   Hilary Don, Micah Goldwater, Justine Greenaway, Rosalind Hutchings & Evan Livesey David R. Badcock, J. Edwin Dickinson, Renita A. Almeida, Jason Bell, Serena J. Cribb, Kirsten R. Panton, Robert Green Kirk N. Olsen*, Iain Giblin, William Forde Thompson
    Encouraging rule-based transfer in human contingency learning Processing of shape really can be global! Listener expertise enhances intelligibility of violent ‘Death Metal’ vocalisations
930   Alex O. Holcombe, Charles J. H. Ludowici Piers Douglas Lionel Howe William Forde Thompson*, Andrew M. Geeves, & Kirk N. Olsen
    When do cues work by summoning attention to a target and when do they work by binding to it? Natural Scenes Can Be Identified As Rapidly As Individual Features Emotional responses to violent music among fans and non-fans of ‘Death Metal’
950   Adrian Walker, Tom Beesley Juno Kim, Masakazu Ohara, Kowa Koida Rachel Stephens, John Dunn, Brett Hayes
    Learning and attention under uncertainty: evidence for an 'attentional habit'? Using the Oculus Rift to understand the perception of shape A Two-Step Signal Detection Model of Belief Bias in Deductive Reasoning
1010   Jessica C. Lee & Evan J. Livesey   John Dunn, Rachel Stephens, Brett Hayes
    Effects of Explicit Relational Knowledge in Probabilistic Sequence Learning   Are there two processes in reasoning?  The dimensionality of inductive and deductive inferences
1030   Morning Tea
    Selective Attention Factors affecting face judgements Learning
    Chair: Mike Le Pelley Chair: Michael Nicholls Chair: Ben Colagiuri
1100   Mike Le Pelley, Daniel Pearson, Steven B. Most Atkinson, Carmen M. 1, Lipp, Ottmar V2. & Martin, Frances H.1 Camilla C. Luck & Ottmar V. Lipp
    Miss it and miss out: Counterproductive nonspatial attentional capture by task-irrelevant, value-related stimuli Sex and context: facial expression processing depends on the company you keep Differential valence acquired during evaluative conditioning is sensitive to reinstatement
1120   Lucy Albertella and Mike E. Le Pelley Daniel J. Carragher, Nicole A. Thomas, Michael E.R. Nicholls Annabelle Lee Cheong Lem, Justin Harris, and Evan Livesey
    Selective attention moderates the relationship between attentional capture by signals of nondrug reward and illicit drug use I get more attractive with a little help from my friends Testing the contribution of associative and non-associative processes to the Perruchet effect
1140   Nahian Chowdhury, Evan Livesey, Alex Blaszczynski, Justin Harris Sofie Lindeberg, Ottmar V. Lipp & Belinda M. Craig Myoungju Shin, Kathleen Edwards
    Paired-Pulse Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in the Stop Signal Task Attractiveness moderates the happy face advantage Implicit learning in media multitaskers
1200   Enrique Mergelsberg, Ottmar Lipp & Patrick Clarke Belinda Craig, Nicole Nelson, & Barnaby Dixson Colagiuri, B. & Quinn, V. F.
    A Closer Look at the Repetition Assumption in Training Selective Attention Beards Influence Emotion Recognition Anticipatory arousal as a mechanism of the nocebo effect?s resistance to extinction
1220   Oriane Landry, Sarah J. Fleming , Katherine A. Johnson, Sheila G. Crewther & Philippe A. Chouinard Samantha L. B. O'Brien, Bruce K .Christensen, Stephanie C. Goodhew Stephanie Quail, Richard Morris, & Bernard Balleine
    Orienting impairments in Autism Spectrum Disorder are motoric not attentional The Effect Shifting Criterion Has on Affect: Its Reduction and Exacerbation Neural correlates of excitatory and inhibitory specific Pavlovian-instrumental transfer in humans.
1240   Lunch
    Factors affecting face judgements Perception Language
    Chair: Carmen Atkinson Chair: William Forde Thompson Chair: Sally Andrews
1400   Ray, A., Atkinson, C. M. & Martin, F. Georgina A. Amos., Philippe A. Chouinard Steven Langsford, Lauren Kennedy, Andrew Hendrickson, Daniel Navarro, Amy Perfors
    Happy face advantage as an indicator of attentional bias in implicit and explicit facial categorisation Mirror neuron system activation differs in golfers watching videos of golf compared to novel sports depending on conceptual versus motor familiarity Asking about sentence acceptability:  task assumptions, sources of variability, and sample sizes
1420   Ottmar V. Lipp1, Belinda M. Craig1, & Jing Zhang2 Weijia Chen, David HolcDorf, Mark W. McCusker, Frank Gaillard, & Piers D. L. Howe Janeen Jeske, Heather Kember and Anne Cutler
    A Cross-Cultural Investigation of the Influence of Facial Race and Sex cues on Emotion Recognition Optimising Perceptual Training for the Detection of Hip Fractures in X-ray Images How long is an Aussie sentence? Prosody-based prediction of utterance length by native and non-native listeners
1440   O'Connell, T. and Martin, F. Stephen Palmisano, Robert J Barry, France M. De Blasio, and Jack S. Fogarty Aaron Veldre & Sally Andrews
    Flanking the happy face advantage EEG based Markers of Vection in Depth Beyond cloze probability: Semantic and syntactic preview effects in reading
1500   Nigel T M Chen, Michelle Hammond, Romina Palermo, Ottmar V Lipp & Murray T Maybery Xuejing Lu1,2,3 and William Forde Thompson1,2 Emma L. Axelsson, Jaclyn Swinton, Amanda Winiger
    Mechanisms of Facial Emotion Processing in High Autistic Traits: Evidence from Eye Tracking Comparison of magnitude estimations of pitch change in amusic and non-amusic individuals  Napping helps maintain toddlers' memory novel words
1520   Afternoon Tea
    Learning Visual Search Language
    Chair: Evan Livesey Chair: Danielle Sulikowski Chair: Sachiko Kinoshita
1600   David K Sewell Stefanie I. Becker, Anthony M. Harris, Ashley York & Jessica Choi Sally Andrews & Aaron Veldre
    Modeling Learning, Cue Combination, and the Speed-Accuracy Tradeoff in Probabilistic Categorization Conjunction Search is Relational: Behavioral and Electrophysiological Evidence Parafoveal semantic preview benefit depends on both preview plausibility and target predictability
1620   Justine Greenaway & Evan Livesey Stephanie A. Morey, Nicole A. Thomas, and Jason S. McCarley Hyungwook Yim1, Vladimir M. Sloutsky2, Xin Yao 3, & Simon J. Dennis 1
    Associative memory and explicit knowledge in cue competition effects Limited capacity: Target processing efficiency in a visual dual-task Modeling Word Learning through Context
1640   Lara Easdale, Mike LePelley, Tom Beesley Rachael Wynne, Vanessa Beanland, Samantha Turner, Alexander Mackerras Sachiko Kinoshita & Rinus Verdonschot
    The onset of uncertainty facilitates the learning of new associations Why didn't I see it? The effects of target prevalence and scene context on visual search in road scenes Mora or more? The phonological unit of Japanese word production in the Stroop colour naming task
1650   Oren Griffiths Alison Simpson, Jason McCarley Hanna S. Gauvin, Katie McMahon, Jessica Choi, Greig I. de Zubicaray
    Outcome predictability biases human learning Collaborative Search using Naturalistic Stimuli: Overcoming Signal Detection limitations using Bayesian Hierarchical Modelling No lexical competition without priming: Evidence from the Picture-Word Interference Paradigm
         
1800    Ross Day Plenary Lecture -  Professor Andrew Heathcote: “Accumulating Evidence about Psychological Processes”
         
         
         
         
         
         
Friday        
800   Registration 
    Stream A - Sun Room Stream B - Sea Room Stream B - Star Room
    Cognition Perception Higher Order Cognition
     Chair: Chris Donkin Chair: Stephanie Goodhew Chair: Amy Perfors
910   Reilly Innes, Nathan Evans, Zachery Howard, Ami Eidels & Scott Brown      Callum MacKenzie, Alex Holcombe, Patrick Goodbourne and Deborah Apthorp Antonino Greco, Clara Rastelli
    A Behavioral Measure of Cognitive Capacity Selection Across a Binocular Visual Field: Simultaneous vs Sequential Selection Mechanisms On Naturalized Creativity: a complex hypothesis on the neural correlates of creative process
930   Charles Ludowici, Alex Holcombe, Chris Donkin Elaine Corbett and Philip Smith Kit S. Double & Damian P. Birney
    Can SFT identify a model's processing characteristics when faced with reaction time variability? A diffusion model analysis of target detection in near-threshold visual search Are you sure about that? Eliciting confidence ratings may influence both reasoning and learning
950   Chris Donkin, Beth Baribault, Joachim Vandekerckhove, and several others Adie, Joshua M., & Arnold, Derek H. Jason Forte & Robert Reeve
    A new experimental design to test the reliability of empirical effects Pink Cricket Balls May Be Visually Challenging at Sunset Fixation patterns predict response times for arithmetic and dot enumeration
1010   Mike Nicholls, Ellie Aniulis, Nicole Thomas, Owen Churches, Blake Lawrence, Danielle Clode Daniel Palmer, Deborah Apthorp Gina Grimshaw, Christel Devue, Laura Kranz
    Striking a balance between the sexes and the effect of overt and covert sexism Effects of Radio Frequencies on alpha oscillations and Binocular Rivalry Contrasting reactive and proactive control of emotional distraction
1030   Morning Tea
    Face Processing Perception Brains and Cognition
    Chair: Simone Favelle Chair: Simon Cropper Chair: Frini Karayanidis
1100   Darren Burke, Peter Marshall, Danielle Sulikowski Felix A. Dobrowohl, Andrew J. Milne, Roger T. Dean Clara Rastelli, Antonino Greco
    A move in the right direction: effects of dynamic face pitch on perceived attractiveness, dominance and dimorphism Thresholds for rhythmic perception of timbral events Clinical implication of reversing maladaptive plasticity
1120   Tarryn Balsdon and Colin W. G. Clifford Lance Nizami and Claire S. Barnes Frini Karayanidis, Alexander Conley, Patrick Cooper, Todd Jolly, Grant Bateman, Mark Parsons, Christopher Levi, Patricia Michie & Shulan Hsieh
    Task dependent effects of head orientation on perceived gaze direction Psychometric functions for detection of very brief forward-masked Gaussian-shaped tone-pips: nonlinearity of relation between means and standard deviations Cognitive decline in older adults is mediated by cardiovascular health.
1140   Sophie L. Cronin, Morgan L. Spence, Paul A. Miller and Derek H. Arnold James Brown, Emily Orchard-Mills, David Alais Mei Peng
    Bidirectional Gender Face Aftereffects: Evidence Against Normative Facial Coding The Effect of Task-Type and Target Finger on Localising Manual Tactile Stimuli Sweetness perception and cognitive performance: investigating effects of contrasting sweet substances on cognitive tasks associated with prefrontal lobe
1200   Christel Devue, Annabelle Wride, Catherine Barsics, and Gina Grimshaw Philippe A. Chouinard, Hayden J. Peel, Oriane Landry Rosemaree Miller and Frances Martin
    You know nothing about face recognition, Jon Snow An eye-tracking study of the vertical-horizontal illusion. Action disposition influences responses towards aversive images of humans during early picture processing in male and female participants
1220   Thaatsha Sivananthan, Dr. Peter de Lissa & Dr. Kim Curby    
    The Influence of Contextual Colour Cues on Face Emotion Judgements    
1240   Lunch
    Real World Bias Perception Higher Order Cognition
    Chair: Ian Johnston Chair: Jason Bell Chair: Gina Grimshaw
1400   Eva Kemps, Marika Tiggemann and Ebony Stewart-Davis Shuai Chang and Joel Pearson Webb, Little & Cropper
    Attentional bias modification can inoculate people to withstand exposure to real-world food cues Functional effects of the McCollough effect and its relation with retinal and non-retinal vision Suddenly I see: Presentation of a solution enhances ‘aha’ experience, particularly when the solution is unexpected
1420   Mei Peng, Sarah Adam, Michael Hautus, Myoungju Shin, Lisa Duizer, Huiquan Yan Shui'Er Han, Garry Kong, Randolph Blake and David Alais Joel Bateman, Damian Birney, & Vanessa Loh
    Cultural dependence on visual cues for predicting satiation and food intake Why are dynamic Mondrian patterns unusually effective in inducing interocular suppression? Exploring functions of working memory related to fluid intelligence: Coordination and relational integration
1440   Melissa Rouel & Evelyn Smith Regan Gallagher & Derek Arnold Ruth Byrne, Mary Parkinson, Shane Timmons, & Tiago Almeida
    Attentional bias in contamination aversion How can we tell if an aftereffect makes the world look different? Moral diminishment: The effects of imagined counterfactual and semi-factual alternatives on moral judgments
1500   Amy Perfors, Daniel Navarro, Arthur Kary, Scott Brown, Chris Donkin Simon J. Cropper, Jason D. Forte & Ruirong Mao Marcellin Martinie, Piers Howe, Tom Wilkening
    Extremists and echo chambers: Learning from each other in iterated transmission chains Preferred colours are not the same as preferred faces Extensions to the Surprisingly Popular (SP) algorithm, a solution to the single-question crowd wisdom problem.
1520   Afternoon Tea
    Free time
1600  
1700   Posters 
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
Saturday      
Time Start      
800   Registration 
    Stream A - Sun Room Stream B - Sea Room Stream B - Star Room
    Tme, sequences and individual differences Decision Making Space and Number
    Chair: Daniel Navarro Chair: Guy Hawkins Chair: Rachel Heath
910   Alex Wong; Peter Lovibond Campbell Pryor and Piers Howe Jason Bell, Katie Bell, Andrew Isaac Meso
    Individual differences in fear generalisation on a categorical level Reversal of the endowment effect for undesirable choices Number estimation requires distinct groups not separate surfaces
930   Rachel A. Searston; Jason M. Tangen & Matthew B. Thompson Evans, N., Hawkins, G., & Brown, S.D. Rachel Heath, Brendan Tisdell
    Collapsing across categories, contexts and cognitive tasks as an alternative to replication Optimising the balance between caution and urgency Implicit Recognition of Chaos: An Analysis of Performance in a Visual Tracking Task using Cross-Correlation Multifractal Analysis
950   Dinis G_kaydin, Anastasia Ejova Emmanouil Konstantinidis, Robert T. Taylor, & Ben R. Newell Ian Johnston, Blake Segula, Stephen Rogers, Hamish McDougall, Frans Verstraten
    Sequential effects in prediction Absolute not relative extremeness of outcomes sway risky decisions from experience Allocentric and egocentric navigation strategies: We'd be lost without them.
1010   Lauren Kennedy, Amy Perfors, Daniel J. Navarro Guy Hawkins, Leendert Van Maanen, Laura Fontanesi, Birte Forstmann Santha Kumari
    Priors, informative cues and ambiguity aversion Decision urgency in behaviour and brain Intermanual transfer of skills as a function of gender and handedness: Implications for corpus callosal connectivity and lateralization of functions
1030   Morning Tea
    Social Cognition Decision Making Attention
    Chair: Mark Keane Chair: Ruth Byrne Chair: Stefanie Becker
1100   Gemma Perry, Vince Polito, William Forde Thompson Aba Szollosi, Garston Liang, Emmanouil Konstantinidis, Christopher Donkin, Ben R. Newell Aim_e Martin & Stefanie I. Becker
    Chanting Promotes Altruism Probability estimation in decisions from experience The effects of transient attentional shifts and sustained attentional dwelling on awareness of irrelevant distractors.
1120   Patrick Clarke, Hannah Courtauld, Lies Notebaert, Bronwyn Milkins Peter Kvam, Timothy Pleskac Stephanie C. Goodhew and Mark Edwards 
    Individuals with Clinically Significant Insomnia Symptoms are characterised by a Negative Sleep-Related Expectancy Bias: Results from a Cognitive-Experimental Assessment Strength and weight: Two dimensions of evidence in choice and confidence Object individuation is invariant to attentional diffusion: Changes in the size of the attended region do not interact with object-substitution masking
1140   Mark T. Keane, Hannah Jellings, Andrew Pringle Danielle Sulikowski, Dylan Lane Jenna L. Zhao & Steven B. Most
    Comparing Responding on Gamified and Paper Surveys Under Interruptions from Social Media Decision-making in liberals and conservatives Spontaneous recruitment of proactive control does not mitigate emotion-induced blindness
1200   Anastasia Ejova, Radek Kundt, Eva Kundtovŗ Klocovŗ, Jakub Cigŗn, Jan Krŗtk_, Silvie Kotherovŗ, Joseph Bulbulia, Russell Gray   Vanessa Beanland, Choo Hong Tan, & Bruce K. Christensen
    Awe opens a doorway to prosociality among the closed in the right symbolic context   The unexpected killer: Effects of stimulus threat and negative affectivity on inattentional blindness
1220   Lunch
    Categorisation Performance and Action Working Memory and Executive function
    Chair: Micah Goldwater Chair: Peter Keller Chair: Stephanie Howarth
1330   Brett K. Hayes, Stephanie Banner, Daniel Navarro Peter Keller, Giacomo Novembre, & Jennifer MacRitchie Natasha Josifovski & Leonie M Miller
    Sampling frames, Bayesian inference and Category-based inductive reasoning Self-other integration and segregation is modulated by congruency of shared goals in musical joint action The word frequency effect in post-cued serial recall and serial recognition.
1350   Micah Goldwater, Kate Ridgway, Chantal Chevroulet, Brett Hayes Deborah Apthorp, Amanda R Bolbecker, Lisa Bartolomeo, Brian F O’Donnell, William P Hetrick William X. Q. Ngiam, James A. Brissenden, Edward Awh
    Spacing exemplars disrupts relational category learning in preschool children Postural sway is affected in schizotypal personality disorder Memory compression in visual working memory depends on explicit awareness of statistical regularities
1410   Gareth Roberts, Micah Goldwater, Tyler Davis, Josue Giron, Evan Livesey Huihui Zhang; David Alais Vera E. Newman, Belinda J. Liddell, Denovan P. Begg & Steven B. Most
    From Concrete Examples to Abstract Relations: A model-based neuroscience approach in how people learn new categories Voluntary action synchronises behavioural oscillations of sensitivity and criterion The impact of stress on executive function: Investigating the role of emotion regulation
1430   Daniel Navarro, Charles Kemp Dominic M. D. Tran, Irina M. Harris, Justin A. Harris, & Evan J. Livesey Dr Stephanie Howarth, Professor Simon Handley
    None of the above: A Bayesian account of the detection of novel categories Preparation and control of task-irrelevant actions as revealed by TMS The Logic Sense: Exploring the role of executive functioning in belief and logic based judgments.
         
         
1450   Afternoon Tea
      Applied Psychology Event Memory
      Chair: Vanessa Beanland Chair: Simon Dennis
1530     Thomas Hannan,  Robyn Moffitt, David Neumann, and Eva Kemps Simon Dennis12, Vishnu Sreekumar3, Nathan Evans1 and Paul Garrett1
      Determining the role of approach-avoidance memory associations in the performance of exercise Using experience sampling technologies to understand how people determine the day on which events have occurred
1550     Garrido, Sandra; Stevens, Kate; Perz, Janette; Dunne, Laura Thalmann, Mirko; Souza, Alessandra; Oberauer, Klaus
      Music for Mood Regulation in People with Dementia How is Long-Term Memory for Visual Scenes Built Up?
1610     Rebecca Keogh and Joel Pearson Meadhbh I. Foster,  Mark T. Keane
      Blind Minds: A lack of phenomenal and sensory visual imagery in congenital aphantasia Remembering Surprises
1630     Lucienne Shenfield, Vanessa Beanland, Deborah Apthorp Luke Strickland, Shayne Loft, Roger Remington and Andrew Heathcote
      Central delta and alpha power modulate subjective sleepiness and simple reaction time after sleep restriction Proactive and Reactive Control in Event-Based Prospective Memory
1930   Conference Dinner