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P2.1     Virtual Reality modulates Vestibular Brain Responses
Gallagher, M., Dowsett, R. & Ferrè, E.R.
Royal Holloway University of London


P2.2    Cybersickness in virtual reality partially explained by temporal binding window width
Sadiq, O. & Barnett-Cowan, M.
University of Waterloo


P2.3     Sensitivity to visual gain modulation in head-mounted displays depends on fixation
Moroz M., Garzorz I., Folmer E. & MacNeilage P
University of Nevada, Reno


P2.4     A common cause in the phenomenological and sensorimotor correlates of body ownership
Samad, M., Parise, C., Keller, S. & Di Luca, M.
Oculus Research


P2.5     The balance of evidence: Estimating the influence of contributors to cybersickness
Weech, S., Varghese, J.P., Duncan, R.E. & Barnett-Cowan, M.
University of Waterloo, Department of Kinesiology


P2.6     Rubber hand/foot illusion in older adults
Teramoto, W. & Hide, M.
Kumamoto University


P2.7     An audio game to help children and young people in developing cognitive associations between sounds and words
Setti,W., Cuturi, L. F., Cocchi, E. & Gori,M.
Italian Institute of Technology


P2.8     Audio-haptic cue integration across the lifespan
Scheller, M., Proulx, M.J. & Petrini, K.
University of Bath


P2.9    Mechanisms of audiovisual integration in younger and healthy older adults
Jones, S.A., Beierholm, U. & Noppeney, U.
Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics, University of Birmingham


P2.10   Age-related brain changes in multisensory representation of hand movement
Landelle, C., Sein, J., Nazarian, B., Anton, J.L., Félician, O. & Kavounoudias, A.


P2.11   Vestibular sensitivity in older adults and individuals with age-related hearing loss
Campos, J.L., Gnanasegaram, J., Harris, L.R., Cushing, S., Gordon, K., Haycock, B. & Gabriel, G.
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Health Network


P2.12   Two Signals For Hand Localization – No Optimal Integration
t Hart, B.M. & Henriques, D.Y.P.
Centre for Vision Research, York University, Toronto, Canada

P2.13   Changes in the perception of the peripersonal space during pregnancy
Cardini, F., Fatemi-Ghomi, N., Gooch, V. & Aspell, J.E.
Anglia Ruskin University


P2.14  Multisensory influences in locomotor development
Schmuckler, M. A.
University of Toronto Scarborough


P2.15   Maintained cross-modal control in aging: Unimodal and cross-modal interference follow different lifespan trajectories
Hirst, R.J., Allen, H.A. & Cragg, L
University of Nottingham


P2.16   Altered Audiovisual Processing and Perception following a Loss of Inhibition in the Multisensory Cortex of the Rat
Schormans, A.L. & Allman, B.L.
University of Western Ontario


P2.17   Pre-attentive and perceptual audiovisual temporal processing in rats lacking the autism candidate gene CNTNAP2
Scott, K., Schormans, A., Schmid, S. & Allman, B.
Western University


P2.18   Facilitation of speech-in-noise perception from visual analogue of the acoustic amplitude envelope
Yuan, Y. & Lotto, A. J.
University of Florida


P2.19   Frontal lobe network contributions to auditory and visual cognition
Noyce, A.L., Tobyne, S.M., Michalka, S.W., Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. & Somers, D.C.
Boston University


P2.20 Recalibration of vocal affect by a dynamic or static face
Baart, M., Keetels, M. & Vroomen, J.
Department of Cognitive Neuropsychology, Tilburg University, the Netherlands


P2.21   Optimal multisensory integration precedes optimal time estimation
Murai, Y. & Yotsumoto, Y.
University of California, Berkeley


P2.22  When does the brain integrate signals from vision and audition in line with the predictions of maximum likelihood estimation?
Meijer, D. & Noppeney, U.
University of Birmingham, UK


P2.23  Revealing audiovisual integration with the drift diffusion model
Murray, C.A., Tahden, M.A.S., Glicksohn, A., Larrea-Mancera, S., Seitz, A.R. & Shams, L.
University of California, Los Angeles


P2.24  How input modality and visual experience affect the neural encoding of categorical knowledge
Mattioni, S., Rezk,M., Cuculiza Mendoza, K., Battal, C., Bottini, R., van Ackeren, M., Oosterhof, N.N. & Collignon, O.
UcL- Université catholique de Louvain


P2.25  Short and long-term visual deprivation leads to adapted use of audiovisual information for face-voice recognition
Moro, S.S., Hoover, A.E.N. & Steeves, J.K E.
Centre for Vision Research, York University


P2.26  An Electroencephalography Investigation of the Differential Effects of Visual versus Auditory Distractors on Crossmodal Temporal Acuity
Kwakye, L.D., Hirabayashi, K.K., Barnes-Scott, Z. & Papadakis, S.L.
Oberlin College


P2.27   Perceived simultaneity of audio-visual events depends on the relative stimulus intensity.
Horsfall, R.P., Wuerger, S.M. & Meyer, G.F.
University of Liverpool


P2.28  Hearing that voice and seeing that face: the role of non-affective characteristics in person identification.
Jicol, C., Little, A.(1), Petrini, K.(1,2) & Proulx, M.J.(1,2)
(1,2) Joint senior authors

University of Bath


P2.29  Development of cultural differences in emotion perception from faces and voices
Tanaka, A., Kawahara, M. & Sauter, D.
Department of Psychology, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Tokyo, Japan


P2.30  Sensory Rate Perception – Simply the sum of its parts?
Motala, A. & Whitaker, D.
Cardiff University


P2.31   Multi-modal representation of visual and auditory motion directions in hMT+/V5.
Rezk, M., Cattoir, S., Battal, C. & Collignon, O.
Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), Belgium


P2.32  Changes in resting-state connectivity in deaf individuals after learning a second (sign) language
Cardin, V., Kremneva, E., Komarova, A., Vinogradova, V., Davidenko, T., Turner, B. & Woll, B.
University of East Anglia


P2.33   Sight restoration in congenitally blind individuals: multisensory perception for action execution
Senna, I., Pfister, S. & Ernst, M.
Ulm University, Germany


P2.34   Increased recruitment of rSTS for tactile motion processing in early deaf individuals
Scurry, A.N., Huber, E. & Jiang, F.
University of Nevada, Reno


P2.35   Elucidating responses to non-visual motion cues in hMT+ of early blind and sighted adults.
Barrett, M.M.(1) & Rauschecker, J.P.(1,2)
1 Laboratory for Integrative Neuroscience and Cognition; Department of Neuroscience; Georgetown University Medical Center
2 Institute for Advanced Study, Technische Universitat München

Laboratory for Integrative Neuroscience and Cognition; Department of Neuroscience; Georgetown University Medical Center


P2.36   Peripheral, task-irrelevant sounds activate contralateral visual cortex even in blind individuals.
Amadeo, M.B., Stӧrmer, V.S., Campus C. & Gori, M.
Unit for Visually Impaired People, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova, Italy


P2.37   Audio-Spatial Representation is Altered in Patients with Central Scotoma
Ahmad, H., Setti, W., Capris, E., Facchini, V. & Gori, M.
Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Genova, Italy


P2.38   Influence of visual experience on auditory spatial representation around the body
Aggius-Vella, E., Campus, C. & Gori, M.
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT)


P2.39   A comparison of neural responses to visual stimulation in congenitally deaf, neonataly deafened and hearing cats measured in MRI
Levine, A.T., Butler, B.A. & Lomber, S.G.
The University of Western Ontario


P2.40  Consonant-order reversals in the McGurk Combination Illusion
Gil-Carvajal, J. C., Dau, T. & Andersen, T.
Cognitive Systems, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark


P2.41   A probabilistic model for modulated speech encoding in the McGurk effect
Karthikeyan, G., Plass, J., Ahn, E., Rakochi, A., Stacey, W. & Brang, D.
University of Michigan


P2.42  Word frequency and the McGurk Effect
Dorsi, J., Rosenblum, L. & Chee, S.
UC Riverside


P2.43  Synchronized visual and olfactory stimuli induce VR-based out-of-body experiences
Yasushi A. & Hiroki O.
Tokyo Institute of Technology


P2.44  Olfactory input influences intranasal somatosensory perception
Karunanayaka P., Lu J. & Sathian K.
Department of Radiology, Penn State College of Medicine


P2.45  Party music and drinking decisions: multisensory effects of alcohol-related cues
James, T.W. & Nikoulina, A.
Indiana University


P2.46  Differential effects of music and pictures on taste perception – an fMRI study
Callan, A., Callan, D. & Ando, H.
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology


P2.47   Comparing the effects of vision and smell in red wine quality judgments by experts: constrained tasting vs. unconstrained tasting
Caissie, A., De Revel, G. & Tempère, S.
Universite Bordeaux, Villenave d’Ornon, France


P2.48   Acute pain does not disrupt updating of peripersonal space and body representation
Halicka, M., Proulx, M.J., Wilson, M., Buckingham, G. & Bultitude, J.
University of Bath, UK; University of Exeter, UK


P2.49  Visual Assessment of Tactile Roughness Intensity
Kim, J.(1,2,3), Bülthoff, I.(1) & Bülthoff, H.H.(1)
1. Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, Germany 2. Center for Neuroscience Imaging Research, Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Suwon, Republic of Korea 3. Department of Biomedical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Republic of Korea


P2.50  Predicting the endpoint of an ongoing reaching movement: You need more than vision but do you really need to plan the action?
Manson, G.A., Welsh, T N. & Tremblay L.
Centre for Motor Control, Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, University of Toronto


P2.51  The duration aftereffect occurs in tactile modality
Li B. & Chen L.
School of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences, Peking University


P2.52   Haptic-visual interactions for stiffness perception in the human cerebral cortex studied with an fMRI-compatible pinch device
Liu J., Callan A., Wada A. & Ando A.
Center for Information and Neural Networks (CiNet), National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) and Osaka University, Japan


P2.53   Apparent increase in lips size improves tactile discrimination
Ambron E.A., Medina J.M., Coyle M.C. & Coslett, H.B.C.
University of Pennsylvania


P2.54  Differential importance of visual and haptic information in postural control among different standing postures
Cheung, T.C.K., Bhati, P., Jenish, C. & Schmuckler, M.A.
Department of Psychology, University of Toronto Scarborough


P2.55   Multisensory benefits and multisensory interactions are not equivalent: A comparative, model-based approach
Innes, B.R. & Otto, T. U.
University of St. Andrews


P2.56   Leveraging multisensory neurons and circuits in assessing theories of consciousness
Noel, J.P., Ishizawa, Y., Patel, S.R., Brown, E.N., Eskandar, E.N. & Wallace, M.T.
Vanderbilt University


P2.57   A simple law that governs most multisensory amplifications and enhancements
Billock, V.A. & Havig, P.R.
College of Optometry, Ohio State University


P2.58   A perspective on two potential mechanisms underlying different modes of multisensory integration
Nidiffer, A.R., Ramachandran, R. & Wallace, M.T.
Vanderbilt University


P2.59   An analysis and modelling toolbox to study multisensory response times
Otto, T.U.
University of St Andrews


P2.60   A neurocomputational model of synapse maturation explains Bayesian estimate and causal inference in a multisensory environment
Cuppini, C., Magosso, E. & Ursino, M.
University of Bologna


P2.61   Dynamic decoding of unisensory and multisensory stimulus processing in conscious and unconscious primate cortex
Tovar, D.A., Noel, J.P., Ishizawa, Y., Patel, S.R., Brown, E.N., Eskandar, E.N. & Wallace, M.T.
Vanderbilt Brain Institute, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA


P2.62   Therapeutic applications: Dance in the treatment of neurodegenerative and chronic disorders
Barnstaple, R., Fontenasi, C. & DeSouza, J.
York University


P2.63  Visual and auditory cueing of learnt dance choreography in expert dancers and people with Parkinson’s disease (PD).
DeSouza, J.F.X.
Centre for Vision Research


P2.64  A new approach to compare the quality of allocentric and egocentric spatial navigation
Bock, O. & Fricke, M.
German Sport University Cologne


P2.65  The influence of dance for young adults with disabilities
Andrew, R.-A., Reinders, N.J., Fisher-Stitt, N., Reaume, G. & DeSouza, J.F.X.
York University


P2.66  Distance perception of an object that moves with you
Kim, J. J. & Harris, H. R.
York University


P2.67  The sound of us walking together in time and space: Exploring how temporal coupling affects represented body size, peripersonal and interpersonal space in group interactions
Fairhurst M.F.*, Tajadura-Jiménez, A.*, Keller, P.E. & Deroy, O.
* Shared 1st authorship

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid & University College London


P2.68  Is attentional resource allocation across sensory modalities task-dependent?
Wahn, B. & Kӧnig, P.
University of British Columbia


P2.69  Visual-Inertial interactions in the perception of translational motion
de Winkel, K.N. & Bülthoff, H.H.
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics


P2.70  Listening to a conversation with aggressive content expands the interpersonal space
Vagnoni, E., Lewis, J., Tajadura-Jiménez, A. & Cardini, F.
Anglia Ruskin University


P2.71  Social modulation of audiotactile integration near the body
Hobeika L., Taffou M. & Viaud-Delmon, I.
IRCAM, Sorbonne Université, Laboratoire STMS


P2.72  Modulation of self-recognition by interpersonal synchronization
Hao, Q., Ora, H., Ogawa, K., Amano, S. & Miyake, Y.
School of Computing, Tokyo Institute of Technology


P2.73  The use of egocentric and gravicentric cues to perceived vertical in the absence of tactile cues
Bury, N., Harris, L.R. & Bock, O.
Centre for Vision Research, York University, Toronto, Canada


P2.74  Auditory roughness impacts the coding of peri-personal space
Taffou, M., Suied, C. & Viaud-Delmon, I.
Institut de Recherche Biomédicale des Armées


P2.75  Neural signatures of processing noun phrases and contextual plausibility
Xia, A., Barbu, R., Singh, R., Toivonen, I. & Van Benthem, K.
Institute of Cognitive Science, Carleton University


P2.76  Factors influencing the uptake of co-speech gestures in real-time language processing
Saryazdi, R. & Chambers, C. G.
University of Toronto


P2.77   Indexing multisensory integration of natural speech using canonical correlation analysis
O’Sullivan, A.E., Crosse, M.J., Di Liberto, G.M. & Lalor, E.C.
Trinity College Dublin and University of Rochester, NY


P2.78   Language, but not race induces vocal superiority in audiovisual emotion perception
Kawahara, M., Yamamoto, H.W. & Tanaka, A.
Tokyo Woman’s Christian University


P2.79   The visual speech advantage in noise: Effects of listener age, seeing two talkers and spatial cuing
Beadle, J., Davis, C. & Kim, J
The MARCS Institute, Western Sydney University


P2.80  Audiovisual integration of subphonemic frequency cues in speech perception
Plass, J., Brang, D., Suzuki, S. & Grabowecky, M.
Department of Psychology, University of Michigan


P2.81   Using infant-directed speech to convey meaning: prosodic correlates to visual properties of objects
Walker, P. & Bremner, G.
Lancaster University


P2.82   Is integration of audiovisual speech fixed or flexible?
Tiippana, K., Kurki, I. & Peromaa, T.
University of Helsinki


P2.83   Perceiving your own shadowers’ speech
Chee, S., Dorsi, J., Rosenblum, L.D. & Dias, J.W.
University of California – Riverside


P2.84  Examining modality differences in timing to test the Pacemaker Explanation
Williams, E.A., Yüksel E.M., Stewart, A.J. & Jones, L.A.
University of Manchester


P2.85   Synesthesia: Seeing the world differently, a phenomenological report
Steen, C. J.
Touro College and University System


P2.86   Perceived depth reversal in a motion parallax display when observers fixated on different depth planes
Sakurai, K., Neysiani, N.Z., Beaudot, W. & Ono, H.
Tohoku Gakuin University


P2.87   Central fatiguing mechanisms are responsible for decreases in hand proprioceptive acuity following shoulder muscle fatigue
Sadler, C.M. & Cressman, E.K.
University of Ottawa


P2.88  Co-designing serious games in the surgical environment to address multisensory communication styles and team experiences
Jordan, C.
OCAD University


P2.89  Do movement sequences and consequences facilitate dual adaptation of opposing visuomotor rotations?
Ayala, M.N. & Henriques, D.Y.P.
York University


P2.90  Crossmodal correspondences are spontaneously used to communicate in a coordination task
Vesper, C., Schmitz, L. & Knoblich, G.
Central European University (Budapest); Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat (München)


P2.91  Explicit contributions to visuomotor adaptation transfer between limbs regardless of instructions
Bouchard, J.M. & Cressman, E.K.
University of Ottawa – School of Human Kinetics


P2.92   Contributions of online and offline processes to reaching in typical versus novel environments
Wijeyaratnam, D.O., Chua, R. & Cressman, E.K.
University of Ottawa


P2.93   Interindividual differences in eye movements made during face viewing are consistent across task and stimulus manipulations
Wegner-Clemens, K., Rennig, J., Magnotti, J.F. & Beauchamp, M.S.
Baylor College of Medicine


P2.94  The relative role of visual self-motion feedback and biological sex identification on the sense of self
Schettler, A.(1), Holstead, I.(2), Turri, J.(1) & Barnett-Cowan, M.(3)
University of Waterloo, Department of Kinesiology


P2.95   Multisensory stochastic facilitation: Effect of thresholds and reaction times
Harrar, V., Lugo, J.E., Doti, R. & Faubert, J.
School of Optometry, Université de Montréal

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