Ort: Attention and perception
Datum: Donnerstag, 03.06.2021
Neural representations of task sets and their implications for human multitasking
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Marie Mückstein, IPU Berlin
Chair: Christine Stelzel, IPU Berlin

Context-dependence of task representations in fronto-parietal cortex

David Wisniewski

The development of task switching: Age differences in task set representations between children and adults

Yana Fandakova, Sina A. Schwarze, Silvia A. Bunge, Ulman Lindenberger

Understanding the neural mechanisms that give rise to multitasking costs: the role of shared task representations

Kelly Garner

Modality-specific overlap of single-task representations and their relation to dual-task performance

Marie Mückstein, Kai Görgen, Stephan Heinzel, Hannah Bohle, Henrik Walter, Urs Granacher, Michael Rapp, Christine Stelzel

Naturalistic neuroscience – an emerging field for studying the human brain
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Lisa Mochalski, Forschungszentrum Jülich

Naturalistic stimuli in neuroscience: a gentle introduction

Christian Olaf Häusler

Studying brain functional organization with naturalistic viewing: reliability and cognitive relevance

Xing Qian, Kwun Kei Ng, Xi-Nian Zuo, Wan Lin Yue, Kian Wong, Siwei Liu, Su Xian Joanna Chong, Ziqiang Julian Lim, Wei Liang, Michael Chee, Juan, Helen Zhou

Intra- and inter-individual differences in network connectivity during naturalistic stimuli

Jean-Philippe Kröll, Kaustubh R. Patil, Xing Qian, Juan Helen Zhou, Simon B. Eickhoff, Susanne Weis

Commonality and idiosyncrasy in responding to naturalistic stimulus during movie watching

Xuan Li, Patrick Friedrich, Kaustubh Patil, Simon Eickhoff, Susanne Weis

Mapping activity in language areas during listening to a naturalistic audio stimulus

Martin Wegrzyn, Sebastian Heilmann, Katharina Hauenschild, Christian Häusler, Michael Hanke, Johanna Kissler

Do we see what we expect? Implementation of and learning from visual expectations
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Helen Blank, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE)
Chair: Franziska Knolle, Technical University of Munich

The representation of face-prior precision in the human brain

Helen Blank, Arjen Alink, Christian Büchel

Neural and temporal disambiguation of two-tone images in early psychosis

Franziska Knolle, Olaf Hauk, Lucy J. MacGregor, Christoph Teufel, Paul C. Fletcher

How the degree of subclinical autistic traits affects visual category learning

Janine Bayer, Helen Blank

Contextual expectations shape cortical reinstatement of sensory representations

Alex Clarke

How violations of real-world expectations modulate memory encoding

Andrea Greve

Datum: Freitag, 04.06.2021
From the heart to the brain: Central nervous effects of cardioafferent signals
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Mauro Larrá, Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors (IfADo)

Somatosensory perception and active visual sampling vary across the cardiac cycle

Michael Gaebler, Stella Kunzendorf, Paweł Motyka, Esra Al, Sven Ohl, Arno Villringer

How cardioafferent traffic modulates the processing of response conflicts

Mauro Larrá, Stefan Arnau, Edmund Wascher

Removing the cardiac field artefact from the EEG using neural network non-linear regression

Stefan Arnau, Fariba Sharifian, Edmund Wascher, Mauro Larrá

Neural divergence and convergence for attention to and detection of interoceptive and somatosensory stimuli

Aleksandra Maria Herman

Enhanced responsiveness of heartbeat-evoked potentials to attention focused on heartbeats in high somatic symptom distress: a neurophysiological explanation for medically-unexplained symptoms

André Schulz, Angelika M. Dierolf, Silke Rost, Annika P. C. Lutz, Tabea Flasinski, Eva E. Münch, Michael Witthöft, Claus Vögele

Faces in context: Bottom-up and top-down influences on face perception
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Julia Baum, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Chair: Rasha Abdel Rahman, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Task-driven modulations of electrophysiological responses to facial expressions. Insights from intracranial EEG recordings.

Enya M. Weidner, Sebastian Schindler, Philip Grewe, Christian G. Bien, Johanna Kißler

How associated relevance and inherent salience shape human face processing: time-resolved evidence from event-related brain potentials

Annekathrin Schacht

Beautiful is good, moral is better: Social judgments based on facial attractiveness and affective information

Julia Baum, Rasha Abdel Rahman

Negative-appearing faces boost positive emotion perception

Kirsten Stark, Ran R. Hassin, Rasha Abdel Rahman, Hillel Aviezer

Do you see what I see? Individual differences in contextualized emotion recognition

Noga Ensenberg

Up- and down-tuning in attention: Neuro-cognitive mechanisms of target selection and distractor suppression
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Malte Wöstmann, Universität zu Lübeck
Chair: Daniel Schneider, Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors Dortmund (IfADo)

Distractor suppression is independent of target selection and fluctuates rhythmically across time

Malte Wöstmann, Mohsen Alavash, Troby Ka-Yan Lui, Jonas Obleser

Rhythmic modulation of visual perception through cross-modal entrainment

Anna-Katharina Bauer, Freek van Ede, Andrew J. Quinn, Anna Christina Nobre

EEG insights into neural tracking of target and distractor streams in continuous, naturalistic auditory scenes

Bojana Mirkovic, Mareike Daeglau, Stefan Debener

Target selection and distractor suppression in visual working memory

Daniel Schneider, Marlene Rösner, Edmund Wascher

Learning to ignore: Expectation-dependent distractor suppression

Dirk van Moorselaar, Heleen Slagter