- 23rd Annual Conference of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness June 25 – 28, 2019, Conference by The Conference Services at Western University. Division of Housing and Ancillary Services at Western University
23rd Annual Meeting of ASSC

June 25 - June 28, 2019 | Western University, London, ON, Canada


Poster Sessions

  • 1.1 Aamodt, Arnfinn
    Electrophysiological measures of consciousness in epileptic absence seizures
  • 1.2 Arena, Alessandro
    Loss of Perturbational Complexity and Signs of Cortical Bistability in Anesthetized State Compared to Wakefulness in Rats
  • 1.3 Banellis, Leah
    Electrophysiological markers of interoceptive and exteroceptive integration
  • 1.4 Howidi, Belal
    Altering states of consciousness through EEG neurofeedback
  • 1.5 Endemann, Christopher
    Modeling Changes in Effective Connectivity Across Arousal States: An Intracranial Electrophysiology Study
  • 1.6 Ezquerro-Nassar, Alejandro
    Phenomenology and source monitoring in the transition from wakefulness to sleep
  • 1.7 Frohlich, Joel
    Assessing EEG biomarkers of consciousness using Angelman syndrome
  • 1.8 Hutchinson, Brendan
    Investigating ERP Correlates of Semantic Processing During Inattentional Blindness
  • 1.9 Juan, Elsa
    Decreased spontaneous but increased evoked alpha power in consciousness connected to the environment
  • 1.10 Koroma, Matthieu
    Selection of informative stimuli during human rapid eye-movement sleep
  • 1.11 Lyons, Kathleen M.
    Examining how social cognition shapes shared conscious experiences: An inter-subject correlation analysis of the developing brain
  • 1.12 Min, Byoung-Kyong
    The role of thalamus in conscious experience using a flicker paradigm
  • 1.13 Schlossmacher, Insa
    Disentangling Influences of Task and Awareness on Mismatch Processing: a Single-trial Computational Modelling Approach
  • 1.14 Tao, Annabelle
    Functional interactions in human cortex during sleep and wake states
  • 1.15 Canales-Johnson, Andres
    Tracking perceptual integration and differentiation using EEG information-theory metrics during a no-report paradigm.
  • 1.16 de Heering, Adélaïde
    Conscious expectancy modulates the SSVEP activation recorded in response to subliminal face images
  • 1.17 Faerman, Afik
    Subjective Experience of Sleep is Largely Unrelated to Objective Sleep Measures
  • 1.18 Lavoie, Ewen
    No end-state comfort in sight? Using Virtual Reality to measure how different visualizations of one’s body changes eye and hand movements during an object interaction task
  • 1.19 Moseley, Peter
    Signal detection biases and metacognitive confidence across the hallucination continuum
  • 1.20 Nave, Karli
    Beat perception develops slowly and is reflected by steady-state evoked potentials during context-induced perception of musical beat
  • 1.21 Ortego, Kevin
    EEG signatures of perceptual reversals of bistable visual and linguistic stimuli
  • 1.22 Gran, Consuelo Vidal
    Non-strategic and strategic expectations in language comprehension
  • 1.23 Pereira, Michael
    Electrophysiological correlates of tactile awareness and associated confidence
  • 1.25 Kernion, Jackson
    Perception can of course come in degrees, but so what?
  • 1.27 Biehl, Martin
    Investigating the foundations of Friston's Free Energy Principle in finite Markov chains
  • 1.28 Xie, Wenlan
    The Development of Mental Model of Sharing Behavior in Preschool Children
  • 1.30 Peterson, Andrew
    Are there levels of consciousness? An instrumentalist reply
  • 1.31 Odegaard, Brian
    Subjective inflation: phenomenology’s get-rich-quick scheme
  • 1.32 Nilsen, Andre Sevenius
    Functional and structural properties of highly integrated systems
  • 1.33 Murphy, Ricardo
    A multiarea Hill-Tononi thalamocortical network model evaluated with proposed measures of consciousness
  • 1.34 Micheli, Federico
    Using the Ising model on Structural Connectivity to discriminate state of consciousness
  • 1.35 Mistry, Divya
    Meditating in Virtual Reality (VR): Psychotherapeutic applications of VR for PTSD beyond Exposure Therapy
  • 1.36 Lee, Yen-Tung
    Double-body Ownership Experience and the Bodyguard Hypothesis
  • 1.37 Caspi, Yaron
    The Genetics of the Shamanic Altered-State of Consciousness
  • 1.38 Martial, Charlotte
    A systematic analysis of distressing near-death experience accounts
  • 1.39 Ferreira, Glescikelly Herminia
    Dream as an oracle: Can lucid dreams enhance the prediction of the future?
  • 1.40 Rudenko, Svetlana
    A. Scriabin and the “Birth of Consciousness” in Music
  • 1.41 Arbuzova, Polina
    The relationship between visual and motor metacognition depends on the demands of the first-order task.
  • 1.42 Boonstra, Evert
    Perceptual content and the modulatory role of dopamine: no effect of the dopamine D2 agonist cabergoline on visual masking, the attentional blink, and visual discrimination
  • 1.43 Bruchmann, Maximilian
    Probing a Two-Threshold Model of Non-conscious Processing by Presenting Emotional Faces Under Continuous Flash Suppression
  • 1.44 Ho, Man-Ling
    Traditional forced choice procedure most accurately captures visual experience in the Ebbinghaus illusion
  • 1.45 Hobot, Justyna
    The more excited the better? Occipital cortex TMS and visual perception
  • 1.46 Chouinard, Philippe
    Perceptual size discrimination requires awareness and late visual areas: A continuous flash suppression and interocular transfer study.
  • 1.47 Linton, Paul
    Do We See Scale?
  • 1.48 Hoshino, Eiichi
    Exploring similarity judgement of multi-element scenes
  • 1.49 Azzalini, Damiano
    Neural responses to heartbeats in vmPFC impact the encoding of subjective value in preference-based decisions.
  • 1.50 Babo-Rebelo, Mariana
    Neural responses to heartbeats encode the self during imagination and personality trait evaluation
  • 1.51 Becev, Ondrej
    Errors of the Heart: Effect of Interoceptive Feedback Manipulation on Implicit Sense of Agency
  • 1.52 Moldes, Santiago Muñoz
    Effect of instructed reversals on cardiac responses during aversive learning
  • 1.53 Bloesch, Emily
    Does Meditation Alter Awareness of Body Space?
  • 1.54 Zhu, Jenney
    Trauma- and Stressor-related History and Symptoms Predict Distress Experienced During a Brief Mindfulness Meditation Sitting: Moving Toward Trauma-Informed Care in Mindfulness-based Therapy
  • 1.55 Wu, Annie (Mofei)
    Perceived confidence in memory judgments can be linked to body states
  • 1.56 Patryluk, Carolina
    The efficacy of mindfulness for improving interoception: A metaanalysis
  • 1.57 Sternin, Avital
    Probing the shared conscious experience of listening to music in young and older adults using fMRI
  • 1.58 Sun, Xunwei
    Stimulus Modality Influences Probabilistic Category Learning in a Weather Prediction Task
  • 1.59 Sun, Ying
    Stimulus difficulty affects implicit audio-visual integration in a same-different task
  • 1.60 Andrillon, Thomas
    Cross-modal expectations can boost the encoding of specific features of noisy speech
  • 2.1 Binder, Marek
    Low and medium-rate auditory steady-state responses during physiological and clinical states of unconsciousness
  • 2.2 Górska, Urszula
    Asynchronous transitions in dynamics across cortex in tonic-clonic
  • 2.3 Kozma, Csaba
    Different correlates of loss of responsiveness during complex partial versus secondary generalized seizures
  • 2.4 Stafford, Clara Alexandra
    The neural basis of external responsiveness in disorders of consciousness
  • 2.7 Burton, Leslie
    Frontal lobe functioning and self-evaluation
  • 2.8 Taschereau-Dumouchel, Vincent
    Lateral Prefrontal Cortex Represents Subjective Fear More Accurately than Its Physiological Correlates
  • 2.9 Cain, Joshua
    Focused Ultrasound as A Method for Studying the Role of DeepBrain Nuclei in Conscious Awareness
  • 2.10 Aviles, Alberto
    On the absence of evidence accumulation for words in RSVP
  • 2.11 Brooks, Gregory
    Feelings-of-Knowing Experiences Predict Information Seeking Behaviour
  • 2.12 Cherkaoui, Mouslim
    The regulatory balance between internally- and externally-oriented attentional systems is impacted by retrieval of negative autobiographical memories
  • 2.13 Erez, Jonathan
    Assessing autobiographical memory in patients with disorders of consciousness
  • 2.14 Martin, Chris
    Deja vu in temporal lobe epilepsy as a window into understanding metamemory
  • 2.15 Mazancieux, Audrey
    Retrospective confidence judgments across tasks: domain-general processes underlying metacognitive accuracy
  • 2.16 Rebouillat, Benjamin
    Neurofeedback-induced choice blindness reveals the integration of metacognition and external cues
  • 2.17 Scafati, Ilaria Taglialatela
    Ten experiments show no evidence for non-conscious working memory
  • 2.18 Hung, Shao-Min (Sean)
    The attentional requirements of unconscious processes
  • 2.19 Pasquali, Antoine
    Consciousness and the Coherence principle: a physical solution to the mind-body problem
  • 2.20 Neafsey, Edward
    An Interview with Frank Jackson's Mary, the Woman from the Black and White Room.
  • 2.21 Kurowski, Lukasz
    Distinguishing NCC for content from NCC for state of consciousness.
  • 2.22 Zambrano, Ana Lucia Valencia
    Could the neural basis of consciousness be interactively extended? From intrabrain to interbrain large-scale synchrony
  • 2.23 Webb, Taylor
    Principled vs. practical subjectivity: a proposed solution to the meta-problem of consciousness
  • 2.24 Viger, Christopher
    Why Consciousness Must be a User-Illusion
  • 2.25 Van Gulick, Robert
    Consciousness, self-understanding, and the self.
  • 2.26 Pessoa Jr., Osvaldo Frota
    Qualitative physicalism
  • 2.27 Negro, Niccolo
    The relevance of the notion of intrinsicality for the scientific study of consciousness
  • 2.28 Liu, Haoying
    On the Antipathetic Fallacy in Phenomenal Thought
  • 2.29 Kozuch, Benjamin
    A Legion of Lesions, Or: How to Neuroscientifically Rout Higherorder Thought Theory
  • 2.30 Korisky, Uri
    Unconscious processing affordances of unseen real-life objects? A 'real-life' CFS study using augmented reality
  • 2.31 Krachun, Carla
    Evidence of psychological essentialism in a symbol-trained bonobo (Pan paniscus)
  • 2.32 Kyroudis, Andrew
    Neural correlates of visual awareness and task-relevance in a noreport masking paradigm
  • 2.33 Maniscalco, Brian
    Optimizing matched-performance, different-awareness stimuli to experimentally isolate awareness from performance confounds
  • 2.34 Mayner, William
    Neurophysiological differentiation is greater in response to ecologically-relevant vs. ecologically-irrelevant stimuli in mouse visual cortex
  • 2.35 Nayeb Ghanbar Hosseini, Mahan
    Neural Correlates of Visual Illusory Percepts after Temporal Event Integration.
  • 2.36 Rajananda, Sivananda
    Metacognitive confirmation biases in facial attractiveness judgments
  • 2.37 Bruchmann, Maximilian
    The nature of visual awareness: mapping gradual changes in visual perception to gradual changes in P300 and VAN
  • 2.38 Spinelli, Giacomo
    Can you adapt to unconscious conflict? Evidence from the congruency-sequence and proportion-congruent paradigms
  • 2.39 Tal, Amir
    Subliminal contextual cueing: evidence for statistical learning in the absence of conscious awareness
  • 2.40 Sun, Yuqi
    Unconscious perceptual sequence learning revealed by a Breaking Continuous Flash Suppression paradigm
  • 2.41 Uno, Kyuto
    Influence of synesthetic color experience on brightness perception
  • 2.42 Yokosawa, Kazuhiko
    Scene consistency effect of object recognition in peripheral vision
  • 2.43 Allsop, Brent
    Objectively, We are Blind to Physical Qualities
  • 2.44 Skóra, Zuzanna
    A novel paradigm to assess the influence of perceived task difficulty on subjective visibility ratings
  • 2.45 Rausch, Manuel
    Modelling visibility judgments using models of decision confidence
  • 2.46 Saccone, Elizabeth
    Effects of container size and visible liquid content on the perceived weight of objects
  • 2.47 Christensen, Justin
    The sense of agency for joint action: Novices’ experiences of individual and joint agency in duet music performance
  • 2.48 Dayer, Alex
    Mind-Wandering and Expert Action
  • 2.49 Lomayesva, Sara
    Readiness potential, timing of urge and individual differences
  • 2.50 Lyyra, Pessi
    Transparency of value experience
  • 2.51 Majchrowicz, Bartosz
    Learning, choosing and sense of agency
  • 2.52 Oishi, Hiroyuki
    Sense of agency in continuous action is influenced by outcome feedback in one-back trials
  • 2.53 Orepic, Pavo
    Sensorimotor conflicts related to somatic passivity experiences louden quiet voices in healthy listeners
  • 2.54 Peters, Caroline
    Metacognition of motor control – do we have conscious access to the details of our movements?
  • 2.55 Wall, Tiffany
    Dissociating the timing of intent and the timing of action
  • 2.56 Salomon, Roy
    Agency, Body Ownership & Metacognition across the Psychosis spectrum
  • 2.57 Wen, Wen
    Two dissociable processes for detecting gaining and losing control in human brain
  • 2.58 Witkowski, Olaf
    Sensing When to Leave: An Agent-Based Approach to the Concept of Time

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