Training School 5

DAY 1 – February 4th, 2013

11:00

Coffee & Welcome

11:30 – 14:30

Lecture & Lab Session: Production, reproduction, and verbal estimation ofduration

By J. WeardenPDF image

14:30-15:00

[Poster preparation]

15:00-17:00

Student Poster Session & Drinks

17:00-20:00

MC Meeting [Closed session for TIMELY MCs]

20:00

Dinner at Anagnostiki

 

DAY 2 – February 5th, 2013

9:00-13:30

A tour of the city of Corfu

13:30-17:00

Lecture & Lab Session: Clock, memory, and decision-making processes in duration-bisection and ordinal-comparison timing procedures

By W. Meck & T. PenneyPDF image

17:00-17:30

Coffee Break

17:30-20:30

Lecture & Lab Session: Peak procedure and differential reinforcement of low rates responding

By F. BalciPDF image

The interplay between excitation and inhibition in a timing network

 By M. ZekiPDF image

 

DAY 3 – February 6th, 2013

9:30-10:00

Coffee Break

10:00-13:00

Lecture & Lab Session: Audiovisual simultaneity

By M. DiLucaPDF image

13:00-15:30

Lunch Break

15:30-18:30

Lecture & Lab Session: Temporal Preparation

By A. CorreaPDF image

19:30

Dinner at REX

 

DAY 4 – February 7th, 2013

9:30-10:00

Coffee Break

10:00-12:30

Lecture & Lab Session: Measuring sensorimotor synchronization abilities

By S. Dalla Bella PDF image

12:30-14:00

Lunch Break

14:00-16:00

Lab Session: MatTAP: A Matlab toolbox for sensorimotor synchronisation experiments.

By M. T. ElliottPDF image

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

16:30-17:30

Lecture & Demo Session:Nonverbal synchrony in social interaction: Assessment and implications

By F. Ramseyer & W. TschacherPDF image

17:30-18:30

Lecture: Synchronized Speaking: What speaking together can tell us about skilled action By F. CumminsPDF image

 

 

DAY 5 – February 8th, 2013

9:30-10:00

Coffee Break

10:00-11:00

Lecture: The basic rhythmic resonance of our body around 2 Hz

By L. V. NoordenPDF image

11:00-12:00

Lecture: Measuring musical timing abilities in children

By G. Papadelis.PDF image

12:00-13:00

Lecture: Tracking a complex dance over time: Conversion of music to ballet over 34 weeks using fMRI.

By J. FX. DeSouza & R. BarPDF image

13:00-14:30

Lunch Break

14:30-16:00

Lab Session: Rhythmologos: A battery for screening rhythm skills in    kindergarten and primary school children

By G. Papadelis & T. FouloulisPDF image

16:00-19:00

Lab Session: Measuring timing in ecological setting with portable equipment

By L. V. Noorden.PDF image

19:00

End of Training School

   

Visualize Sound

Aris BezaszPDF image

Dept. of Audiovisual Arts, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece

 

The oddball effect in vision and audition: Does the judgment type influence the overestimation of rare stimuli?

Teresa Birngruber, PDF imageHannes Schroter, & Rolf Ulrich

University of Tuebingen, Germany

 

Predicting adjustments in response caution from feedback-based

Theta-band activity on a trail-to-trial basis

Sabine Scholz, Udo PDF imageBohm, & Hedderik van Rijn

Dept. of Experimental Psychology, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

 

The effect of musical rhythm on sentence perception: Auditory vs. auditory-motor engagement

Nia Cason1, Corine PDF imageAstesano2, & Daniele Schon1

1Universite Aix-Marseille II, INSERM U 1106, Institut de neurosciences des systems, France

2Laboratoire Parole et Langage UMR 7309 CNRS - Universite Aix-Marseille, France

 

The mechanisms of space-time association: Comparing motor and perceptual contributions in time estimation

Nicola Cellini1, Marco PDF imageFabbri2, Monica Martoni2, Lorenzo Tonetti2, & Vincenzo Natale2

1Dept. of General Psychology, University of Padua, Italy

2Dept. of Psychology, University of Bologna, Italy

 

Aging and dual-task walking: New findings in support of cognitive compensation in older adults

Leslie M. Decker1,*, PDF imageFabien Cignetti1, Jane F. Potter2, Stephanie A. Studenski3, Nicholas Stergiou1,4

1Nebraska Biomechanics Core Facility, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Nebraska, USA

2Division of Geriatrics, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Nebraska, USA

3Division of Geriatric Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

4College of Public Health Dept., University of Nebraska Medical Center, Nebraska, USA

 

Attention and causal binding

Alison Dennehy & PDF imageMarc Buehner

Cardiff University, UK

 

Temporal characteristics of emotionally annotated sound events

Konstantinos Drossos PDF image& Andreas Floros

Dept. of Audiovisual Arts, Ionian University, Greece

 

Altered interstimulus interval's effects on time perception

Ceyla ErhanPDF image

Koc University, Turkey

 

Auditory temporal prediction and Parkinson’s disease: Effects on early ERPs and oscillations

Nicolas Farrugia1,Charles-Etienne Benoit1,2, Michael Schwartze1, Simone Dalla Bella 2, 3,4, & Sonja A. Kotz1PDF image

1Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Independent research group «Subcortical contributions to comprehension», Leipzig, Germany

2Department of Cognitive Psychology, University of Finance and Management in Warsaw, Ul. Pawia 55, Poland

3EuroMov, Movement to Health (M2H) Laboratory, Montpellier-1 University, France

4International Laboratory for Brain, Music, and Sound Research (BRAMS), Montreal, Canada

 

Causal binding and internal clocks: Is slowing of time general or sensory specific?

Fereday, R., Buehner, PDF imageM. J., & Rushton, S. K.

Cardiff University, UK

 

The effect of practice on behavioral sensitivity to temporal and numerical stimuli using the bisection task

Fernandes, E., PDF imageKroger-Costa, A., Tonneau, F., & Machado, A.

University of Minho, Braga, PT

 

Intersensory temporal association before consciousness

Jordi Navarra, Irune Fernandez-Prieto ², Joel Garcia-Morera, & Ruben Moreno-Bote?PDF image

Parc Sanitari de Sant Joan de Deu, Fundacio Sant Joan de Deu, Esplugues de Llobregat (Barcelona), Spain.

²University of Barcelona

 

Gait analysis in Autism: A potential diagnostic tool

Kitty Forster & Dawn WimporyPDF image

1Bangor University Psychology Department, Bangor, Wales, UK

University Health Board, National Health Service, Wales

 

Identification of temporal processing domains relevant to assessment of psychotic illness: Development of the Integrity of Temporal Processing (ITP) battery

Sarah E. Forster, Ryan J. Lackner, & William P. HetrickPDF image

Indiana University, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, USA

 

Effect of temporal adaptation on actions to integrated multisensory stimuli

Vanessa Harrar1, Charles Spence1, & Laurence R. Harris2PDF image

1 Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK

2 Psychology Department, York University, Canada

 

Assessing correlates of Time Perception in EEG

Sophie K. Herbst1, 2, Trevor B. Penney3, Niko A. Busch1,4PDF image

1Berlin School of Mind and Brain, 2Humboldt University Berlin

3National University of Singapore

4Charite Universitatsmedizin, Berlin

 

The influence of temporal delays on the perception of mass

Irene A. KulingPDF image

Eindhoven University of Technology, NL

 

The influence of conditioned fear on Time Perception

Jessica I. Lake, Warren H. Meck, & Kevin S. LaBarPDF image

Center for Cognitive Neuroscience & Dept. of Psychology and Neuroscience, Duke University, Durham, NC, USA

 

Speech and gestures coordination in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Anna Lambrechts, Kielan Yarrow, Sebastian Gaigg PDF image

City University London

 

Time reproduction tasks and different methods of reproduction

Giovanna Mioni & Franca StablumPDF image

Dept. of General Psychology, University of Padova, Italy

Evaluating temporal aspects of communication in Autistic Spectrum Disorders

Anne Katrin Muth, Dawn Wimpory, & Christine FalterPDF image

Bangor University School of Psychology, UK

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Charitable Funds, NHS, UK

 

The temporal window of integration is influenced by the association between the audio-visual stimulus pair

Ten Oever, S., & Sack, A.PDF image

Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience, Maastricht University, Maastricht, the Netherlands

 

How strongly can we connect: A feedback loop of synchrony, similarity and empathy

Tal-Chen Rabinowitch & Ariel KnafoPDF image

Dept. of Psychology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

Spontaneous behavioral variability-characterization of neural circuits

Sathish K Raja & Bjoern BrembsPDF image

Institute fur Neurobiologie, FU-Berlin, Berlin, Germany

 

Audiovisual Synchrony Perception in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Paula Regener1, Scott Love2, Karin Petrini3, & Frank Pollick1PDF image

1School of Psychology, University of Glasgow, 2Dept. of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Indiana University, 3 Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London

 

Time after time: Repeated stimuli create temporal expectations

Darren Rhodes, & Massimiliano Di LucaPDF image

School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK

 

Sensorimotor synchronization to auditory and visual cues in ageing and Parkinson’s disease

Eugenie Roudaia, Jonathan Gallego, Hugh Nolan, Conor Fearon, Fiona Newell, & Richard ReillyPDF image

Trinity Centre for Bioengineering

Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

 

The effect of temporal frequency induced duration compression and speed adaptation on the flash-lag illusion.

Edward Rowland & Szonya DurantPDF image

Psychology dept. Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

 

Time Perception in developmental disorders: Asperger’s Syndrome

Susanna Salomaki1,3, Jarno Tuominen1, Valtteri Arstila1, Valdas Noreika1, Christine

Falter2, Annika Harmala3PDF image

1 University of Turku, 2 University of Groningen, 3 Turku University Hospital

 

Cross-modal N100 suppression: Effects of attentional orienting

Ellen Schuler, Erich Schroger², Franziska Knolle, & Sonja A. KotzPDF image

  Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences

² University of Leipzig



The metabolic substrates of visual duration discrimination

Devin Blair Terhune, Sonia Russo, & Roi Cohen KadoshPDF image

Dept. of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK

 

Spectro-temporal unfolding of temporal orienting of attention

Danai Theodosopoulou, Mariagrazia Capizzi, Daniel Sanabria, & Angel CorreaPDF image

Departamento de Psicologia Experimental, Universidad de Granada

 

Predictable visual stimuli are perceived earlier than unpredictable events

Barbara WirxelPDF image

Universitatsklinik Tubingen/ Hertie Institue for clinical

brain reseach, Dept. of cognitive neurology, DE

 

Electrophysiological correlates of temporal sequential effects

Mariagrazia Capizzi1, Daniel Sanabria1, Angel Correa1, Nicolas Rochet2, & Boris Burle2 PDF image

1 Departamento de Psicologia Experimental, Granada, Spain

2 Laboratoire de Neurobiologie de la Cognition, Aix-Marseille Universite, CNRS, Marseille, France