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University of Potsdam, College of Human Sciences, Department of Psychology 14th European Conference on Eye Movements
14th European Conference on Eye Movements
19-23 August 2007 in Potsdam, Germany



Poster Session 1 And Its Subsessions

[bullet]poster session 2 and its subsessions
[bullet]all poster presentations sorted by presenter
[bullet]all poster presentations sorted by title

subject to change

NamePosterTimeTitle
Attention and scene perception / Perception, binocularity, and oculomotor processes
CastelhanoMonica S.PA-0120.08. 19:00Searching for something unknown
HoeflerMargitPA-0220.08. 19:00Repeated visual search: Influence of memory and target proximity
JinYuPA-0320.08. 19:00Measuring expectations: An application of eye movement tracking
LierhausNormanPA-0420.08. 19:00Natural scene statistics at monkeys' center of gaze
MalcolmGeorge L.PA-0520.08. 19:00Visual search in real-world scenes: Effects of target cue specificity and cue lead time on component search processes
MalsburgTitus v. d.PA-0620.08. 19:00A time-sensitive similarity measure for scanpaths
MulveyFiona B.PA-0720.08. 19:00Investigating levels of processing in eye movements: A stimulus driven approach
SchröderSylviaPA-0820.08. 19:00Influence of task dependent information and saliency on overt attention
SteinwenderJasminPA-0920.08. 19:00Context Dependency of Overt Attention in Natural Scenes
WartburgRoman vonPA-1020.08. 19:00Bottom-up vs. top-down control of eye movements during scene perception
YamanoiTakahiroPA-1120.08. 19:00Comparison of the eye movement in observing polysemous pictures with a guided point
SpanneJanna G.PA-1220.08. 19:00Task impact on cognitive processing of narrative fiction film
CollinsTheresePA-1320.08. 19:00Saccade dynamics before, during and after saccadic adaptation
KlingenhoeferSteffenPA-1420.08. 19:00Changes in the spectral main sequence of human saccades during saccade adaptation
LaubrockJochenPA-1520.08. 19:00Movement target selection: Prelude activity expressed by fixational eye movements during a direction-discrimination task
Applications / Visual cognition and antisaccades
MiyazakiKensukePA-1720.08. 19:00The elderly's eye movements duaring stair walking
HeinenThomasPA-1820.08. 19:00Manipulating visual information in complex actions - Similarities and differences in gaze behavior between experts and novices
VoßkühlerAdrianPA-1920.08. 19:00OGAMA (OpenGazeAndMouseAnalyzer): An open source software designed to analyze eye and mouse movements in slideshow study designs
PopovaMariyaPA-2020.08. 19:00Comparison of two process tracing methods in iterated Prisoner's Dilemma game
BerryDonna M.PA-2120.08. 19:00Age-induced reductions in inhibitory control modulate antisaccade performance
HuttonSam B.PA-2220.08. 19:00Correlates of cued antisaccade performance in healthy participants
KnoxPaul C.PA-2320.08. 19:00Antisaccades as a developmental marker in the developing world: Antisaccade directional error rate in Malawian children
NyffelerThomasPA-2420.08. 19:00Inhibitory control of the human dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during the antisaccade paradigm - a TMS study
ReuterBenediktPA-2520.08. 19:00Neural correlates of saccade initiation and inhibition in an event-related FMRI study
TaylorAlisdair J.G.PA-2620.08. 19:00Incentive and the antisaccade task: A rewarding influence
Vergilino PerezDorinePA-2720.08. 19:00How do sequences of anti-saccades differ from sequences of pro-saccades ?
BlaukopfClare L.PA-2820.08. 19:00Post-error slowing in the eyes, hands and feet: A generative role of conscious awareness
KeanMatthewPA-2920.08. 19:00Antisaccade costs with an auditory target
Doré-MazarsKarinePA-3020.08. 19:00Is the vector inversion visual or motor in anti-saccades? A behavioural study using saccadic adaptation
CruickshankAlice G.PA-3120.08. 19:00The way we look at art
HamonGeoffreyPA-3220.08. 19:00Measuring and shaping peripheral responsiveness in a virtual navigation task
LiuXierongPA-3320.08. 19:00What can a moving dot tell us about language
MizushinaHarukiPA-3420.08. 19:00Effects of workload on dynamic properties of saccades
OlkBettinaPA-3520.08. 19:00Task set guides eye movements: Evidence from the Stroop effect
ParkerElisabeth A.PA-3620.08. 19:00Working memory and express saccades
SchochDagmarPA-3720.08. 19:00Homing accuracy and landmark saliency
WolfWernerPA-3820.08. 19:00Doing to things at once: Temporal coordination of motor actions
Clinical aspects and emotion / Methods and modelling
HeuerSabinePA-3920.08. 19:00Visual attention in multiple-choice tasks: Influences of image characteristics with and without a verbal stimulus in individuals with aphasia
CabestreroRaulPA-4020.08. 19:00Eye movements in an emotional Stroop task
StockumSaskia vanPA-4120.08. 19:00Effects of L-dopa on the saccadic system in Parkinson's disease - a pilot study
SprengerAndreasPA-4220.08. 19:00Prediction as a mechanism for compensation of smooth pursuit deficits in schizophrenic patients
SchumacherKerstinPA-4320.08. 19:00Is there a contribution of impaired visuomotor control to aphasic reading disabilities?
FrankeCosimaPA-4420.08. 19:00Response switching on saccade tasks in schizophrenia
AcikAlperPA-4520.08. 19:00Simultaneous EEG recording and eye-tracking during active viewing
ChavesSilviaPA-4620.08. 19:00Effects of rTMS on performance in an angle discrimination task
HoormannJörgPA-4720.08. 19:00The effect of calibration errors on the accuracy of eye movement recordings
KohlbecherStefanPA-4820.08. 19:00Gaze vector detection by stereo reconstruction of the pupil contours
LindnerAxelPA-4920.08. 19:00fMRI of eye movements in monkeys and humans: Spatially-specific and non-specific preparatory signals for memory- and visually-guided saccades
SchütteFrankPA-5020.08. 19:00A study towards a new eye-tracking approach for CFF measurement
YangQingPA-5120.08. 19:00TMS of PPC delays saccades but not when they are combined with predictable divergence
KogaKazuoPA-5220.08. 19:00Artifact-like eye movements but not artifact
HerholzSebastianPA-53*20.08. 19:00Real-time gaze-tracking for freely-moving observers
Reading and language
YenNai-ShingPA-5520.08. 19:00The effects of font type, character size, and character space in reading Chinese
VladeanuMatei C.PA-5620.08. 19:00Putting the spatial code on the line - an eye movement investigation of spatial coding in reading
PynteJoelPA-5720.08. 19:00A multiple regression analysis of syntactic influence in reading normal text
MeyerAntje S.PA-5820.08. 19:00The effect of cognitive load on the processing of stereotype-consistent and inconsistent information
FilikRuthPA-5920.08. 19:00Referential processes in text comprehension: The integration of bare plurals with context
VasishthShravanPA-6020.08. 19:00Integrating sentence processing theory with eye-movement control models
HäikiöTuomoPA-6120.08. 19:00Is the letter identity span modulated by word and phrase boundaries? Evidence from Finnish
PaulShirley-Anne S.PA-6220.08. 19:00Evidence for frequency and predictability interactions on word processing times
DimigenOlafPA-6320.08. 19:00Long-range reading regressions are accompanied by a P600-like brain potential: Evidence from the co-registration of ERPs and eye movements
SpitzerKathrinPA-6420.08. 19:00Age effects on parafoveal processing in reading
FiasconaroLauren E.PA-6520.08. 19:00Parafoveal letter processing predicts serial naming
KreinerHamutalPA-6620.08. 19:00Reading from right to left: Exploring binocular eye-movements patterns in Hebrew
MielletSébastienPA-6720.08. 19:00English versus French: Determinants of eye movement control in reading
GloverLisa M.PA-6820.08. 19:00The Landoldt-C string scanning task as a proxy for oculomotor control in reading
HeitgerMarcusPA-6920.08. 19:00Inference comprehension in native and non-native speakers of English - differences in perception of non-explicitly stated information
ShillcockRichardPA-7020.08. 19:00Crossed and uncrossed fixation disparities in reading; eye-tracking technologies, individual differences and illumination
CauchardFabricePA-7120.08. 19:00Do headings and text familiarity extend vertically the perceptual span in searching a text? A gaze-contingent eye movement study
VituFrançoisePA-7220.08. 19:00Re-examining the role of word locations on eye guidance in reading
CorbicDaniel IlijaPA-7320.08. 19:00Development of oral reading: A comparison of longitudinal and cross-sectional eye movement data
BelangerNathaliePA-7420.08. 19:00Eye movement characteristics of skilled and less skilled deaf readers
BraunMarioPA-7520.08. 19:00The optimal viewing position effect: New evidence from eye tracking research


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