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P1.1     The prevalence of between-hands spatial codes in a tactile Simon task
Gherri, E., & Theodoropoulos, N.
University of Edinburgh

 

P1.2     Neural underpinnings of audio-visual integration in the Pip and Pop effect
Fleming, J.T., Noyce, A.L. & Shinn-Cunningham, B.G.
Harvard University

 

P1.3     Gender difference of a stroking person influences rubber hand illusion according to autistic traits
Tsuboi, K., Fukui, T.
Graduate School of System Design, Tokyo Metropolitan University

 

P1.4    The role of semantic congruency and awareness in spatial ventriloquism
Delong, P. & Noppeney, U.
Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics Centre, University of Birmingham, UK

 

P1.5     A Pair of Ambiguous Visual Stimuli Improves Auditory Spatial Discrimination
Cappelloni, M.S., Shivkumar, S., Haefner, R.M. & Maddox, R.K.
University of Rochester

 

P1.6   The Dynamic Double Flash Illusion:  Auditory Triggered Replay of Illusory Visual Expansion
Stiles, N R.B., Tanguay Jr., A .R. & Shimojo, S.
University of Southern California

 

P1.7     Brightness-mass matchings in adults’ reasoning of physical events
Sanal, N., Bremner, J.G. & Walker, P.
Lancaster University

 

P1.8     The rubber hand illusion in merged vision with another person
Okumura, K., Ora, H. & Miyake Y.
Department of Computer Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology

 

P1.9     Developmental susceptibility to visuospatial illusions across vision and haptics
Holmes, C.A., Cooney, S.M., & Newell, F.N.
Trinity College, University of Dublin

 

P1.10   STIMULUS PARAMETERS UNDERLYING SOUND SYMBOLIC CROSSMODAL CORRESPONDENCES
List, S.M., McCormick, K., Lacey, S., Sathian, K. & Nygaard, L.C.
Emory University

 

P1.11   Electrophysiological evidence for differences between fusion and combination illusions in audiovisual speech perception
Lindborg, A., Baart, M. & Andersen, T. S.
Technical University of Denmark

 

P1.12   Auditory feedback effects on spatial learning: shape recognition after audio-motor training
Martolini, C., Cappagli, G., Campus, C. & Gori, M.
DIBRIS, University of Genoa – U-VIP, Italian Institute of Technology (Genoa)

 

P1.13   Human echolocators achieve perceptual constancy by discounting variations in click spectrum
Norman, L. J. & Thaler, L.
Durham University

 

P1.14   Occipital early responses to sound localization in expert blind echolocators
Tonelli A., Campus C., & Gori M.
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia

 

P1.15   Rapid, flexible cue combination with augmented and familiar sensory signals
Negen, J., Wen, L., Probert, H., Thaler, L. & Nardini, M.
Durham University

 

P1.16   Multimodal feedback for spatial learning: comparing the effects on sighted and visually impaired individuals.
Cappagli G., Cuppone A.V., & Gori M.
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia

 

P1.17   The early auditory-evoked cortical response predicts auditory speech-in-noise identification and lipreading ability in normal-hearing adults
Dias, J.W., McClaskey, C.M. & Harris, K.C.
Medical University of South Carolina

 

P1.18   Temporal tuning of immediate and repeated exposure to audio-visual spatial discrepancies
Goodliffe, J.P., Roach, N.W. & Webb, B.S.
University of Nottingham

 

P1.19   Audiovisual crossmodal correspondences between bubbles’ size and pouring sounds’ pitch in carbonated beverages
Roque, J.R., Lafraire, J.L., & Auvray, M.A.
Centre de Recherche Pernod Ricard, 94046 Créteil Cedex, France; Center for Food and Hospitality Research, Institut Paul Bocuse, 69130 Ecully, France; Sorbonne Université, UPMC, CNRS, Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique (ISIR), F-75005 Paris, France

 

P1.20   Face Viewing Behavior Predicts Multisensory Gain During Speech Perception
Rennig, J., Wegner-Clemens, K. & Beauchamp, M.S.
Baylor College of Medicine

 

P1.21   Audiovisual recalibration and selective adaptation for vowels and speaker sex
Burgering, M. A., Baart, M. & Vroomen, J.
Tilburg University

 

P1.22   Crossmodal correspondences between pitch, retinal size, and real-world size
Janini, D. & Konkle, T.
Harvard University

 

P1.23   Adapting emotions across the senses: the benefit of congruent over incongruent audiovisual emotional information depends on the visibility of emotional faces
Izen, S.C., Morina, E., Leviyah, X., & Ciaramitaro, V.M.
University of Massachusetts Boston

 

P1.24   Naturalistic Stimuli Reveal Selectivity for Eye and Mouth Movements within the Human STS
Zhu, L.L. & Beauchamp, M.S.
Baylor College of Medicine

 

P1.25   Performing a task jointly modulates audiovisual integration in timing and motion judgements
Wahn, B., Dosso, J., Tomaszewski, M. & Kingstone, A.
University of British Columbia

 

P1.26   Audiovisual integration of spatial stimuli is affected by performing a task jointly
Wahn, B., Keshava, A., Sinnett, S., Kingstone, A. & Kӧnig, P.
University of British Columbia

 

P1.27   The Effect of Multisensory Temporal Congruency on Pleasure
Yeh, M.S. & Shams, L.
University of California, Los Angeles

 

P1.28   Role of auditory and visual acuities in temporal binding window measurement
Unnisa Begum, V. & Barnett-Cowan, M.
University of Waterloo

 

P1.29   Robust temporal averaging of time intervals between action and sensation
Chen, L.
Peking University

 

P1.30   Crossmodal associations modulate multisensory integration: modifying causal priors of simple auditory and visual stimuli
Tong, J., Bruns, P., Kanellou, A. & Roeder, B.
Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology, University of Hamburg

 

P1.31   Different processing of rapid recalibration to audio-visual asynchrony between spatial frequencies
Takeshima, Y.
Doshisha University

 

P1.32   Audio-visual associations show differential effects on auditory and visual responses in the mouse OFC
Sharma, S. & Bandyopadhyay, S.
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

 

P1.33   Deficient prepulse inhibition of the startle reflex in schizophrenia using a cross-modal paradigm
Haß, K.H., Bak, N., Szycik, G.R., Glenthoj, B.Y. & Oranje, B.
Hanover Medical School

 

P1.34   Impaired sensory-motor learning in newly sighted children
Pfister, S., Senna, I., Wiebusch, D. & Ernst, M. O.
Ulm University

 

P1.35   Perceptual Training of Multisensory Integration in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Single-Case Training Study
Dunham, K., Feldman, J.I., Conrad, J.G., Simon, D.M., Tu, A., Broderick, N., Wallace, M.T., & Woynaroski, T.
Vanderbilt University

 

P1.36   The Principles of Multisensory Integration in the Rehabilitation of Hemianopia
Dakos, A. S., Jiang, H., Rowland, B. A. & Stein, B. E.
Neurobiology and Anatomy, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

 

P1.37   Sub-clinical levels of autistic traits impair multisensory integration of audiovisual speech
van Laarhoven, T., Stekelenburg, J.J. & Vroomen, J.
Department of Cognitive Neuropsychology, Tilburg University

 

P1.38   Modified Medial Geniculate Projections to Auditory and Visual Cortex Following Early-Onset Deafness
Trachtenberg, B., Butler, B.E. & Lomber, S.G.
University of Western Ontario

 

P1.39   Perceived Simultaneity and Temporal Order of Audiovisual Events Following Concussion
Wise, A. & Barnett-Cowan, M.
University of Waterloo, Department of Kinesiology

 

P1.40   Group differences in audiovisual multisensory integration in individuals with and without autism spectrum disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Feldman, J.I., Dunham, K., Samuel, A., Cassidy, M., Liu, Y. & Woynaroski, T.G.
Vanderbilt University

 

P1.41   The Relationship Between Tactilely and Visually Driven Activation of Early Visual Cortex in the Visually Impaired
Stiles, N.R.B., Choupan, J., Jung, E., Purington, C., Wang, J., Law, M., Kashani, A.H., Ameri, H., Aguirre, G K., Weiland, J.D., Patel, V.R. & Shi, Y.
University of Southern California

 

P1.42   Alpha oscillations as an index of lip-reading ability
Ganesh, A.C.(1), Dimitrijevic, A.(2) & Shahin, A.(1)
1Center for Mind and Brain, University of California, Davis CA, USA 2Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto Canada 

  

P1.43   Audiovisual Integration of Consonant Clusters
Andersen, T.S. &Gil-Carvajal, J-C.
Technical University of Denmark

 

P1.44   Vision dominates audition in adults but not children: Adults have a lower threshold for the McGurk effect in audio-visual noise
Hirst, R.J., Stacey, J., Cragg, L., Stacey, P.C. & Allen, H.A.
University of Nottingham

 

P1.45   INTEGRATION OF SMELL AND TASTE: EEG study of brain mechanisms allowing the enhancement of saltiness with aroma
Sinding, C.; Thibault, H. & Thomas-Danguin T.
Centre des Sciences du Gout et de l’Alimentation, AgroSup Dijon, CNRS, INRA, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, F-21000 Dijon, France.

 

P1.46   Shapes associated with emotion can influence product taste expectations
Orejarena, M.C., Salgado-Montejo, A., Salgado, R.. Betancur, M.I., Velasco, C., Salgado, C.J. & Spence, C.
Universidad de La Sabana, Center for Multisensory Marketing BI Norwegian Business School, Neurosketch Colombia, Crossmodal Research Lab University of Oxford

 

P1.47   Do Gustatory Global-Local Processing Styles Prime Vision?
Karademas, C. & List, A.
Hamilton College

 

P1.48   Psychological effects induced multimodally by the aroma and the color of bottles
Okuda, S.
Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal Arts

 

P1.49   Heart rate and skin conductance responses during assimilation and contrast of different juice samples
Verastegui-Tena, L.M., van Trijp, H. & Piqueras-Fiszman, B.
Wageningen University and Research

 

P1.50   The homunculus: grounding cognition
Forster, B. & Calvo-Merino, B.
City, University of London

 

P1.51   More than skin-deep: Integration of skin-based and musculo-skeletal reference frames in localisation of touch
Sadibolova, R., Tamè, L. & Longo, M.R.
Birkbeck, University of London

 

P1.52   Vision enhances touch just before grasping an object
Juravle, G., Colino, F., Meleqi, X., Binsted, G. & Farnè, A.
Impact Team, INSERM U1028, CNRS UMR5292, Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Lyon, France

 

P1.53   Pompoms and white blocks should be light: Evidence of how we act upon weight expectations
Wilson, H., Walker, P. & Bremner, G.
Lancaster University

 

P1.54   Audiovisual Interactions in Primary Auditory Cortex of the Mongolian Gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus) Probed with Amplitude-Modulated Stimuli
Bremen, P.
Department of Neuroscience, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam

 

P1.55   Endogenous attention enhances neuronal signature of audio-visual sound-shape correspondence
Chow, H.M. & Ciaramitaro, V.C.
University of Massachusetts Boston

 

P1.56   Multisensory Responses in the Primary Auditory Cortex of the Cat
Boucher, C., Butler, B. & Lomber, S. G.
University of Western Ontario

 

P1.57   Hand distance modulates the electrophysiological correlates of target selection during a tactile search task
Ambron, E.A., Mas-Casadesús, A.M.C. & Gherri, E.G.
University of Pennsylvania

 

P1.58   Networks supporting auditory-visual speech: evidence from invasive neural recordings in humans
Ahn E., Plass J., Rakochi A., Stacey W. & Brang D.
University of Michigan

 

P1.59   Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) during peripheral and central visual field stimulation in the context of self-motion perception (vection)
Keshavarz, B., Haycock, B., Adler, J. & Berti, S.
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – University Health Network

 

P1.60   Disentangling processing speed-up versus true multisensory integration using Support Vector Machine method
Mercier M.R. & Cappe, C.
CNRS

 

P1.61   Visual Activation and Lateralized Area Prostriata Induced During a Perceived Trance Process by an Expert
DeSouza, J.F.X. & Rogerson, R.
York University

 

P1.62   Parkinson’s Disease and Oscillatory Brain Rhythms: Putative EEG changes in  Parkinson’s patients performing the sound induced double-flash illusion task before and after neurorehabilitation.
Cohan, R. & DeSouza, J.F.X.
Department of Psychology, Centre for vision research, York University

 

P1.63   Short- and long-term evaluation of the effects of dance on people with Parkinson’s Disease.
Bearss, K. & DeSouza, J.F.X
York University

 

P1.64   A vestibular-gravitational contribution to perceived body weight
Ferrè, E.R., Frett, T., Haggard, P. & Longo, M.R.
Royal Holloway University of London

 

P1.65   Perceived timing of active head movements reduced with increased speed
Sachgau, C., Chung, W. & Barnett-Cowan, M.
University of Waterloo

 

P1.66   Is linear vection enhanced when perceived upright is orthogonal to gravitational upright?
McManus, M. & Harris, L.R.
Centre For Vision Research, York University

 

P1.67   When in conflict, choose touch! A visuo-haptic, virtual reality investigation of conflicting shape information in object processing
Kang, H.M.
Korea University, Brain and Cognitive engineering, Cognitive systems Lab

 

P1.68   Vestibular signals modulate perceptual alternations in binocular rivalry from motion conflict
Keys, R.T., Paffen, C., MacDougall, H., Alais, D. & Verstraten, F.A.J.
School of Psychology, University of Sydney

 

P1.69   Illusions of self-motion perception in the visual and vestibular systems during cue conflict
Kirollos, R. & Herdman, C. M.
Carleton University – Center for Visualization and Simulation

 

P1.70   Feeling the beat: An exploration into the neural correlates of somatosensory beat perception
Gilmore, S. & Russo, F.
Ryerson University

 

P1.71   The Development of Auditory–tactile Integration
Stanley, B., Chen, Y.C., Lewis, T.L., Maurer, D., & Shore, D.I.
McMaster University

 

P1.72   Decoding the sound of hand-object interactions in early somatosensory cortex
Bailey, K. M., Giordano, B. L., Kaas, A. & Smith, F. W.
University of East Anglia

 

P1.73   Musical expertise weakens the cost of dividing attention between vision and audition
Ciaramitaro, V.M., Chow, H.M., & Silva, N.
University of Massachusetts Boston

 

P1.74   Spatial attention modulates multisensory selection
Jensen, A., Merz, S., Spence, C., & Frings, C.
University Trier

 

P1.75   Attentional modulation of multisensory event perception in a voluntary reaching movement
Loria, T., Tanaka, K., Tremblay, L., & Watanabe, K.
Faculuty of Kinesiology and Physical Eduction, University of Toronto and Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

 

P1.76   Self-produced walking sounds change body-representation: An investigation on individual differences and potential positive impact on physical activity
Tajadura-Jiménez, A., Zhang, L., Newbold, J., Rick, P. & Bianchi-Berthouze, N.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid & University College London

 

P1.77   Neural circuits for visual, auditory and multisensory decision making in rats
Chartarifsky, L., Pisupati, S. & Churchland A.K.
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

 

P1.78   Auditory-visual Integration during the attentional blink: an event-related potential study
Ching, A., Kim, J. & Davis, C.
Western Sydney University

 

P1.79   The role of context in models of multisensory decision-making
Liu, Y., & Otto, T.
University of St Andrews

 

P1.80   Your perceived finger orientation depends on whether you move it yourself
Fraser, L. E. & Harris, L. R.
Centre for Vision Research, York University

 

P1.81   Visuo-tactile Coherency of Self-generated Action via Surrogate Robot Affects Operator’s Bodily Self-location
Inoue, Y., Yamazaki, K., Saraiji, M. Y., Kato, F., & Tachi, S.
The University of Tokyo

 

P1.82   Changes in hand localization are influenced by proprioception and prediction
Ruttle, J., ‘t Hart, B.M. & Henriques, D.Y.P.
York University, Center for Vision Research

 

P1.83   Does Auditory-motor learning improve discrimination ability?
Endo, N., Mochida, T., Ijiri, T. & Nakazawa, K.
Department of Life Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo

 

P1.84   Colour-Shape Correspondences: Examining the Role of Perceptual Features and Emotional Mediation
Dreksler, N. & Spence, C.
University of Oxford

 

P1.85   Mapping the topography of sensory-selective and multiple demand regions in lateral frontal cortex with combined visual, auditory and tactile fMRI
Tobyne, S.M., Noyce, A.L., Brissenden, J.A. & Somers, D.C.
Boston University

 

P1.86   Audio-tactile Crossmodal Correspondences: Listen! How does that feel?
Barnett, A. M., Walker, P. & Bremner, G.
Lancaster University

 

P1.87   Fast and Slow Process Integration in Visuomotor Learning: Feedback Parameters and Aging
t Hart B.M., Ruttle J., Chauhan U., Straube A., Eggert T &, Henriques D.Y.P.
Centre for Vision Research, York University, Toronto Canada

 

P1.88   “I know that Kiki is angular”: The metacognition underlying sound-shape correspondences
Chen, Y.-C., Huang, P.-C., Woods, A. & Spence, C.
Mackay Medical College

 

P1.89   Imagery clarifies confusion in the crossed-hands deficit
Lorentz, L., Unwalla, K. & Shore, D.I.
Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour. McMaster University

 

P1.90   Implied tactile motion: Localizing dynamic stimulations on the skin
Merz, S.,Meyerhoff, H.S., Spence, C. & Frings, C.
University of Trier

 

P1.91   Perception as Cognition: Beyond the Perception/Cognition Distinction
Hipolito, I.
University of Wollongong

 

P1.92   Mental Rotation of Digitally-Rendered Haptic Representation
Tivadar, R.I., Rouillard, T., Chappaz, C., Knebel, J.F., Turoman, N., Anaflous, F., Roche, J. & Murray, M.M.
University Hospital Center and University of Lausanne

 

P1.93   Audio-visual multiple object tracking: integration differences with age
Harrar, V., Roudaia, E. & Faubert, J.
School of Optometry, Université de Montréal

 

P1.94   Proprioceptive distance cues restore perfect size constancy in grasping, but not perception, when vision is limited
Chen, J.C., Sperandio, I.S. & Goodale, M.A.G.
University of Western Ontario

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