Technical Program

PS-2B: Poster Session 2B

Session Type: Poster
Time: Sunday, September 15, 17:15 - 20:15
Location: H Fläche 1.OG
 PS-2B.1: MEG energy landscape abnormalities in juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
         Dominik Krzeminski; Cardiff University
         Naoki Masuda; University of Bristol
         Khalid Hamandi; Cardiff University
         Krish Singh; Cardiff University
         Jiaxiang Zhang; Cardiff University
 PS-2B.2: Quantitatively comparing predictive models with the Partial Information Decomposition
         Christoph Daube; University of Glasgow
         Bruno Giordano; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
         Phillippe Schyns; University of Glasgow
         Robin Ince; University of Glasgow
 PS-2B.3: Accelerated Texforms: Alternative Methods for Generating Unrecognizable Object Images with Preserved Mid-Level Features
         Arturo Deza; Harvard University
         Yi-Chia Chen; Harvard University
         Bria Long; Stanford University
         Talia Konkle; Harvard University
 PS-2B.4: The Notorious Difficulty of Comparing Human and Machine Perception
         Judy Borowski; University of Tuebingen
         Christina M. Funke; University of Tuebingen
         Karolina Stosio; University of Tuebingen
         Wieland Brendel; University of Tuebingen
         Thomas S. A. Wallis; University of Tuebingen
         Matthias Bethge; University of Tuebingen
 PS-2B.5: The Nature of the Animacy Organization in Human Ventral Temporal Cortex
         Sushrut Thorat; Radboud University
         Daria Proklova; The University of Western Ontario
         Marius Peelen; Radboud University
 PS-2B.6: A potential reset mechanism for the modulation of decision processes under uncertainty
         Krista Bond; Carnegie Mellon University
         Alexis Porter; Carnegie Mellon University
         Timothy Verstynen; Carnegie Mellon University
 PS-2B.7: A multi-stage recurrent neural network better describes decision-related activity in dorsal premotor cortex
         Michael Kleinman; University of California, Los Angeles
         Chandramouli Chandrasekaran; Boston University
         Jonathan Kao; University of California, Los Angeles
 PS-2B.8: Dead Rectangles as a Stimulus for Perceptual Organisation Research
         Heiko Schütt; New York University
         Weiji Ma; New York University
 PS-2B.9: Detecting sub-second activation sequences with sequential fMRI pattern analysis
         Lennart Wittkuhn; Max Planck Institute for Human Development
         Nicolas W. Schuck; Max Planck Institute for Human Development
 PS-2B.10: Attentional influences in primary visual cortex: an investigation of key task factors
         Kieran Mohr; University College Dublin
         Simon Kelly; University College Dublin
 PS-2B.11: Temporal Difference Learning for Recurrent Neural Networks
         Risheek Garrepalli Garrepalli; Oregon State University
 PS-2B.12: Predicate learning via neural oscillations supports one-shot generalization between video games
         Leonidas A. A. Doumas; University of Edinburgh
         Guillermo Puebla; University of Edinburgh
         John E. Hummel; University of Illinois
         Andrea E. Martin; Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 PS-2B.13: A Formal Framework for Structured N-Back Stimuli Sequences
         Morteza Ansarinia; University of Luxembourg
         Mussack Dominic; University of Luxembourg
         Paul Schrater; University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
         Pedro Cardoso-Leite; University of Luxembourg
 PS-2B.14: Ergodicity-Breaking Reveals Time Optimal Economic Behavior in Humans
         David Meder; Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre
         Finn-Lennart Rabe; ETH Zurich
         Tobias Morville; Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre
         Kristoffer H. Madsen; Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre
         Magnus T. Koudahl; Eindhoven University of Technology
         Ray J. Dolan; University College London
         Hartwig R. Siebner; Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre
         Oliver J. Hulme; Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre
 PS-2B.15: Towards Global Recurrent Models of Visual Processing: Capsule Networks
         Adrien Doerig; EPFL
         Lynn Schmittwilken; EPFL
         Mauro Manassi; UC Berkeley
         Michael Herzog; EPFL
 PS-2B.16: Uncertainty through Sampling: The Correspondence of Monte Carlo Dropout and Spiking in Artificial Neural Networks
         Kai Standvoss; Radboud University
         Lukas Grossberger; Bosch GmbH
 PS-2B.17: Formalizing a Perceptual-Mnemonic Theory of the Medial Temporal Lobe
         Tyler Bonnen; Stanford University
         Daniel L. K. Yamins; Stanford University
         Anthony D. Wagner; Stanford University
 PS-2B.18: Perceptual uncertainty modulates human reward-based learning
         Rasmus Bruckner; Freie Universität Berlin
         Hauke Heekeren; Freie Universität Berlin
         Dirk Ostwald; Freie Universität Berlin
 PS-2B.19: Attention manipulation in reinforcement learning agents
         Oriol Corcoll; Tartu University
         Abdullah Makkeh; Tartu University
         Jaan Aru; Tartu University
         Dirk Oliver Theis; Tartu University
         Raul Vicente Zafra; Tartu University
 PS-2B.20: Visual Features for Invariant Coding by Face Selective Neurons
         Wilbert Zarco; The Rockefeller University
         Winrich Freiwald; The Rockefeller University
 PS-2B.21: Automatic methods for cortex-wide layer identification of electrophysiological signals reveals a cortical motif for the expression of neuronal rhythms
         Andre Bastos; MIT
         Omar Costilla-Reyes; MIT
         Earl Miller; MIT
 PS-2B.22: Neural Likelihood
         Christoph Blessing; University Tuebingen
         Edgar Y. Walker; University Tuebingen
         Katrina R. Quinn; University Tuebingen
         R. James Cotton; Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
         Wei Ji Ma; New York University
         Andreas S. Tolias; Baylor College of Medicine
         Hendrikje Nienborg; University Tuebingen
         Fabian H. Sinz; University Tuebingen
 PS-2B.23: Convolutional neural networks performing a visual search task show attention-like limits on accuracy when trained to generalize across multiple search stimuli
         David Nicholson; Emory University
         Astrid Prinz; Emory University
 PS-2B.24: Configural Learning depends on Task Complexity and Temporal Structure
         Nicholas Menghi; University of East Anglia
         Will Penny; University of East Anglia
 PS-2B.25: Comparing neural simulations by neural density estimation
         Jan Boelts; Technical University of Munich
         Jan-Matthis Lueckmann; Technical University of Munich
         Pedro J. Goncalves; Research Center caesar
         Henning Sprekeler; Technical University of Berlin
         Jakob H. Macke; Technical University of Munich
 PS-2B.26: Modeling in Neuroscience as a Decision Process
         Paul Schrater; University of Minnesota
         Konrad Kording; University of Pennsylvania
         Gunnar Blohm; Queen's University
 PS-2B.27: Representational similarity analyses in simultaneous EEG-fMRI measurements reveal the spatio-temporal trajectories of reconstructed episodic memories
         Julia Lifanov; University of Birmingham
         Benjamin Griffiths; University of Birmingham
         Juan Linde-Domingo; Max Planck Institute
         Catarina Ferreira; University of Birmingham
         Martin Wilson; University of Birmingham
         Stephen Mayhew; University of Birmingham
         Ian Charest; University of Birmingham
         Maria Wimber; University of Birmingham
 PS-2B.28: Unifying Neural Delay Representations in Cognitive Tasks: A Joint Human Behavioral and Recurrent Neural Network Study
         Daniel Ehrlich; Yale University
         John D. Murray; Yale University
 PS-2B.29: Local contour symmetry facilitates the neural representation of scene categories in the PPA.
         John Wilder; University of Toronto
         Morteza Rezanejad; McGill University
         Kaleem Siddiqi; McGill University
         Allan Jepson; Samsung Research
         Sven Dickinson; Samsung Research
         Dirk Walther; University of Toronto
 PS-2B.30: Visual representations supporting category-specific information about visual objects in the brain
         Simon Faghel-Soubeyrand; Université de Montréal
         Arjen Alink; University of Hamburg
         Eva Bamps; University of Birmingham
         Frédéric Gosselin; Université de Montréal
         Ian Charest; University of Birmingham
 PS-2B.31: Risk Sensitivity under Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes
         Nikolas Höft; Technische Universität Berlin
         Rong Guo; Technische Universität Berlin
         Vaios Laschos; Technische Universität Berlin
         Sein Jeung; Freie Universität Berlin
         Dirk Ostwald; Freie Universität Berlin
         Klaus Obermayer; Technische Universität Berlin
 PS-2B.32: Attentional orienting relies on Bayesian estimates of expected and unexpected uncertainty
         Anna Marzecová; Ghent University
         Eva Van den Bussche; KU Leuven
         Tom Verguts; Ghent University
 PS-2B.33: Hexadirectional coding of trajectories through an abstract multidimensional social network during decisions
         Seongmin Park; University of California, Davis
         Douglas Miller; University of California, Davis
         Erie Boorman; University of California, Davis
 PS-2B.34: Flexible connectivity under physiological constraints
         Gabriel Ocker; Allen Institute for Brain Science
         Michael Buice; Allen Institute for Brain Science
 PS-2B.35: Category-selectivity together with a Normalization Model Predicts the Response to Multi-category Stimuli along the Category-Selective Cortex
         Libi Kliger; Tel Aviv University
         Galit Yovel; Tel Aviv University
 PS-2B.36: Active Inference: Computational Models of Motor Control without Efference Copy
         Manuel Baltieri; University of Sussex
         Christopher L. Buckley; University of Sussex
 PS-2B.37: A representation-level algorithm for detecting spatial coincidences
         Jennifer Lee; NYU
         Weiji Ma; NYU
 PS-2B.38: A Model of Full-body Kinematics-based Visual Attention in Daily-Life Tasks
         Alex Harston; Imperial College London
         Chaiyawan Auepanwiriyakul; Imperial College London
         Aldo Faisal; Imperial College London
 PS-2B.39: How the brain encodes meaning: Comparing word embedding and computer vision models to predict fMRI data during visual word recognition
         Ning Mei; Basque Center on Brain, Cognition, and Language
         Usman Sheikh; Basque Center on Brain, Cognition, and Language
         Roberto Santana; University of Basque Country
         David Soto; Basque Center on Brain, Cognition, and Language
 PS-2B.40: Neural Measures of Inter- vs Intra-individual Differences in Sustained Attention
         David Rothlein; VA Boston Healthcare System
         Joseph DeGutis; VA Boston Healthcare System
         Michael Esterman; VA Boston Healthcare System
 PS-2B.41: Selective enhancement of object representations through multisensory integration
         David Tovar; Vanderbilt University
         Micah Murray; University of Lausanne
         Mark Wallace; Vanderbilt University
 PS-2B.42: Implicit Scene Segmentation in Deeper Convolutional Neural Networks
         Noor Seijdel; University of Amsterdam
         Nikos Tsakmakidis; Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
         Edward de Haan; University of Amsterdam
         Sander Bohte; Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
         Steven Scholte; University of Amsterdam
 PS-2B.43: Optimal Timing for Episodic Retrieval and Encoding for Event Understanding
         Qihong Lu; Princeton University
         Zi Ying Fan; Princeton University
         Uri Hasson; Princeton University
         Kenneth Norman; Princeton University
 PS-2B.44: Hierarchical semantic compression predicts texture selectivity in early vision
         Mihály Bányai; MTA Wigner RCP
         Dávid G. Nagy; MTA Wigner RCP
         Gergő Orbán; MTA Wigner RCP
 PS-2B.45: Using EEG to Predict Speech Intelligibility
         Ivan Iotzov; City University of New York
         Lucas Parra; City University of New York
 PS-2B.46: Neural Topic Modelling
         Pamela Hathway; Imperial College London
         Dan F.M. Goodman; Imperial College London
 PS-2B.47: Deep reinforcement learning in a spatial navigation task: Multiple contexts and their representation
         Nicolas Diekmann; Ruhr University Bochum
         Thomas Walther; Ruhr University Bochum
         Sandhiya Vijayabaskaran; Ruhr University Bochum
         Sen Cheng; Ruhr University Bochum
 PS-2B.48: A mechanistic account of transferring structural knowledge across cognitive maps
         Shirley Mark; University College London
         Rani Moran; University College London
         Thomas Parr; University College London
         Steve Kennerley; University College London
         Tim Behrens; University of Oxford
 PS-2B.49: Brain Functional Connectivity in Wakefulness Predicts Susceptibility to Anaesthesia
         Feng Deng; Trinity College Dublin
         Rhodri Cusack; Trinity College Dublin
         Lorina Naci; Trinity College Dublin
 PS-2B.50: The effect of task and training on intermediate representations in convolutional neural networks revealed with modified RV similarity analysis
         Jessica Thompson; Université de Montréal
         Yoshua Bengio; Université de Montréal
         Marc Schoenwiesner; University of Leipzig
 PS-2B.51: Simple Associative Learning Accounts for the Complex Dynamics of Operant Extinction
         José R. Donoso; Ruhr-Universität Bochum
         Zhiyin Lederer; Ruhr-Universität Bochum
         Julian Packheiser; Ruhr-Universität Bochum
         Roland Pusch; Ruhr-Universität Bochum
         Thomas Walther; Ruhr-Universität Bochum
         Onür Güntürkün; Ruhr-Universität Bochum
         Sen Cheng; Ruhr-Universität Bochum
 PS-2B.52: A Unifying Framework for Neuro-Inspired, Data-Driven Detection of Low-Level Auditory Features
         Lotte Weerts; Imperial College London
         Claudia Clopath; Imperial College London
         Dan F.M. Goodman; Imperial College London
 PS-2B.53: A way around the exploration-exploitation dilemma
         Erik Peterson; Carnegie Mellon
         Timothy Verstynen; Carnegie Mellon
 PS-2B.54: The relational processing limits of classic and contemporary neural network models of language processing
         Guillermo Puebla; University of Edinburgh
         Andrea Martin; Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
         Leonidas Doumas; University of Edinburgh
 PS-2B.55: The causal role of temporoparietal junction in computing social influence in human decision-making
         Lei Zhang; University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
         Farid Kandil; University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
         Claus Hilgetag; University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
         Jan Gläscher; University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
 PS-2B.56: Adding Neurally-inspired Mechanisms to the SceneWalk model improves Scan Path Predictions for Natural Images
         Lisa Schwetlick; University of Potsdam
         Lars O. M. Rothkegel; University of Potsdam
         Ralf Engbert; University of Potsdam
 PS-2B.58: Pattern recognition of deep and superficial layers of the macaque brain using large-scale local field potentials
         Omar Costilla-Reyes; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Andre M Bastos; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Earl K Miller; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 PS-2B.59: Adaptation to environmental statistics in an action control task
         Nils Neupärtl; Technical University Darmstadt
         Constantin Rothkopf; Technical University Darmstadt
 PS-2B.60: Task-Dependent Attention Allocation through Uncertainty Minimization in Deep Recurrent Generative Models
         Kai Standvoss; Radboud University
         Silvan Quax; Radboud University
         Marcel van Gerven; Radboud University
 PS-2B.61: Conjunctive Coding of Color and Shape in Convolutional Neural Networks
         JohnMark Taylor; Harvard University
         Yaoda Xu; Yale University
 PS-2B.62: Bayesian nonparametric models characterize social sensitivity in a competitive dynamic game
         Kelsey McDonald; Duke University
         Scott Huettel; Duke University
         John Pearson; Duke University
 PS-2B.63: Influence of Musical Expertise on the processing of Musical Features in a Naturalistic Setting
         Dipankar Niranjan; Kohli Centre on Intelligent Systems, IIIT Hyderabad
         Iballa Burunat; University of Jyvaskyla
         Petri Toiviainen; University of Jyvaskyla
         Elvira Brattico; Center for Music In the Brain, Aarhus University
         Vinoo Alluri; Kohli Centre on Intelligent Systems, IIIT Hyderabad
 PS-2B.64: Searching for rewards in graph-structured spaces
         Charley M. Wu; Max Planck Institute for Human Development
         Eric Schulz; Harvard University
         Samuel J. Gershman; Harvard University
 PS-2B.65: Identifiability of Gaussian Bayesian bandit models
         Maarten Speekenbrink; University College London
 PS-2B.66: Explaining Human Auditory Scene Analysis Through Bayesian Clustering
         Nathanael Larigaldie; Durham University
         Ulrik Beierholm; Durham University
 PS-2B.67: Testing Computational Models of Goal Pursuit
         Florian Mohnert; Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
         Mateo Tošić; Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
         Falk Lieder; Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
 PS-2B.68: Choice History Biases Depend on Environmental Stability and State Uncertainty
         Anke Braun; University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
         Anne E Urai; Cold Spring Harbor
         Tobias Donner; University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
 PS-2B.69: Rate-space attractors and low dimensional dynamics interact with spike-synchrony statistics in neural networks
         Daniel Scott; Brown University
         Michael Frank; Brown University
 PS-2B.70: Do Biologically-Realistic Recurrent Architectures Produce Biologically-Realistic Models?
         Grace Lindsay; Columbia University
         Theodore Moskovitz; Columbia University
         Guangyu Robert Yang; Columbia University
         Kenneth Miller; Columbia University
 PS-2B.71: Hippocampal Remapping as Learned Clustering of Experience
         Honi Sanders; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Samuel Gershman; Harvard University
         Matthew Wilson; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 PS-2B.72: A Calculus for Brain Computation
         Christos H. Papadimitriou; Columbia University
         Santosh S. Vempala; Georgia Tech
         Daniel Mitropolsky; Columbia University
         Michael J. Collins; Columbia University
         Wolfgang Maass; Technische Universität Graz
         Larry F. Abbott; Columbia University
 PS-2B.73: Do sleep and anesthesia share common multifractal EEG dynamics? Insights from adversarial domain adaptation
         Louis Leconte; Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay
         Tarek Lajnef; Université de Montréal
         Thomas Thiery; Université de Montréal
         George Mashour; University of Michigan
         Stefanie Blain-Moraes; McGill University
         Perrine Ruby; Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Université de Lyon
         Karim Jerbi; Université de Montréal
 PS-2B.74: An overview of functional alignment in artificial and biological neural networks: Current recommendations and open questions
         Elizabeth DuPre; McGill University
         Jean-Baptiste Poline; McGill University
 PS-2B.75: Working with Episodic Memory: The N-back Task
         Andre Beukers; Princeton University
         Kenneth Norman; Princeton University
         Jonathan Cohen; Princeton University