[visionlist] Poster details for the AVA Christmas meeting, December 17th, 2018

Dear all

Apologies for cross posting.

To supplement the talk details I circulated recently, here are the details of the authors and titles for the poster presentations.

For catering purposed, if you are intending to register but have not already done so, could you do so fairly promptly, please?

All the best,

Alex

AVA Christmas Meeting, December 17th, 2018.

 

Poster details

 

1. Effects of environmental
cues on distance perception in consumer virtual reality.

Rebecca Hornsey & Paul Hibbard, Department of Psychology,
University of Essex.

2. Exploring three-dimensional arts in laboratory,
real world, and virtual reality settings.
Doga Gulhan & Johannes Zanker, Department of Psychology, Royal
Holloway, University of London.

 

3.
Exploring the effects of ‘validity’ and visual barriers using the ambiguous
number paradigm within spontaneous perspective taking.

Abbie Millett & Geoff Cole, Department of Psychology, University
of Essex.

 

4. Colour
induction in migraine.

X. Cerda-Company (1), X. Otazu (1), N. Sallent (1), O. Penacchio (2) &
C. A. Parraga (1),

1. Computer Vision Center, Computer Science Department,
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Catalonia; 2. University of St Andrews, Scotland.

 

5. The use of colour categories in colour
perception: A replication of Bae et al.
2015.

Mubaraka Muchhala, Nick Scott-Samuel & Roland Baddeley, Department
of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol.

6. Gamut mapping based on Vision Models.

Javier Vazquez-Corral (1,2), Syed Waqas Zamir (2,3) & Marcelo Bertalmio (2).

1. University of East Anglia, Norwich,
United Kingdom; 2. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain; 3. Inception
Institute of Artificial Intelligence, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

 

7. Sounds
from silent motion: survey supports sensory disinhibition.

Elliot Freeman, City, University of London.

 

8.
Perceived simultaneity of audio-visual events depends on the relative stimulus
intensity.

Ryan Horsfall, Keith Colley, Georg Meyer & Sophie Wuerger,
Department of Psychology, Health and Society, University of Liverpool.

 

9. Distractor Suppression in Visual Search.

Alex
Muhl-Richardson, Sergio
A. Recio & Greg Davis, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge.

 

10. The Role of
Different Depths of Field with regard to Influencing Visual Attention.

Christina Soderberg & Szonya
Durant, Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London.

 

11. Shape coding: the interaction between segmentation
and global contour integration.

Victoria S.
Y. Wong, J. Edwin Dickinson &  David
R. Badcock, School of Psychological Science,
35 Stirling Highway, The University of Western Australia, Crawley, Perth, WA,
Australia.

 

12. Does averaging of speed information make
speed change discrimination a difficult task?

Abigail
R. I. Lee, Justin
M. Ales & Julie M. Harris, School of Psychology and Neuroscience,
University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Fife, United Kingdom.

 

13. Using machine learning techniques on eye
tracking data to classify individual traits.

Callum
Woods (1), Szonya
Durant (1), & Zhiyuan Luo (2)

1. Dept
of Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London; 2. Dept. of Computer Science,
Royal Holloway University of London.

 

14. Testing a novel monocular microsaccade
detection method: Optimising monocular detection using binocular data.

Anna-Katharina Hauperich & Hannah E. Smithson, Department of Experimental Psychology, University
of Oxford.

 

15. Spatial frequency impact on onset of peripheral
illusory movement perception.

Maris
Ozolinsh (1,2) &
Anna Pastare (2)

1. ISSP University.of
Latvia, Riga, Latvia; 2. Fac.of Physics, Mathematics and Optometry, University.of
Latvia, Riga, Latvia.

 

16. Illusory
radial displacement in two-flash displays.
Joshua A. Solomon, City, University of London.

17. Perceptual biases for fearful expressions
vary according to contrast normalisation and behavioural paradigm. 

Abigail
L M Webb, Paul B
Hibbard & Rick O’Gorman, Department of Psychology, University of Essex,
Colchester, UK.

 

18. Survey of
attitudes to vision science and phenomenology.

David Rose, School of Psychology, University of Surrey.

 

**************************************************Dr Alex Shepherd

Reader, Department of Psychological Sciences
Tel: +44 20 7631 6212
Perception lab on-line study: Tracking the migraine cycle: everyone is welcome to participate whether you do, or do not, get migrainehttp://https://ift.tt/2ag7qbx

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