Monday 18 July 2016

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Please be informed that more than 1000 abstracts have been accepted for ICOM 6 and that made the task of creating the program difficult. The program committee tried to do their best and take into consideration many preferences and timing requests. Thus, even with a 5-day conference and 8 parallel session only 15 minutes talks (including Q&A) was possible. Please take this time limit into account when preparing your presentation.

Essentially you will have only 12 minutes to present leaving 2 minutes for questions and 1 minute between talks. Chairs are required to strictly enforce these timings (think Psychonomic time) and will stop a talk after 14 minutes, in which case there will be no time for questions.

Hours Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4 Room 5 Room 6 Room 7 Room 8
08:30-09:20
K2
Keynote session II
Carol Barnes
09:20-09:30 Break
09:30-11:30
S0029
Neural networks and interactions underlying episodic memory: evidence from functional connectivity

Jesse Rissman, Michael Rugg
I071
Recognition / DRM / false memory I
I091
Prospective memory
I011
Retrieval processes I
S0062
What musical memories can tell us about autobiographical memory

Catherine Loveday, Trudi Edginton
Martin A. Conway
S0010
The impact of culture, age, and psychopathology on autobiographical memories and life stories

Christin Köber
Norman Brown
S0001
Adaptation and prediction in sensory memory

István Czigler, István Winkler
S0005
Building semantic knowledge: Fast mapping and slow assimilation

Marc N. Coutanche, Sharon L. Thompson-Schill
11:30-13:00
P1
Poster session I


Lunch Break
13:00-15:00
S0002
The multifaceted role of the ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) in memory and decision making

Asaf Gilboa
Morris Moscovitch
I041
Autobiographical memory I
S0022
Exceptional Memory Abilities

Martin Dresler, Boris Konrad
S0039
Social memory and group synergy: What individuals bring to, do in and get out of collaborative memory groups

Amanda J. Barnier
John Sutton
I081
Working memory I
S0007
Eyewitness Identification: Confidence, Accuracy, and Justifications

Chad Dodson
S0041
Why do songs get stuck in our mind? Findings from research on involuntary musical imagery

Lia Kvavilashvili
Lauren Stewart
I051
Collective memory/social I
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:30
S0011
Neural Mechanisms of Memory Control

Michael C. Anderson, Taylor Schmitz
Daniel Schacter
S0053
Working memory across the lifespan: theoretical and applied perspectives

Amanda Waterman
S0052
Temporally Extended Autobiographical Memory: Lifetime Periods, Event Clusters, and Life Chapters

Dorthe Kirkegaard Thomsen
Tilmann Habermas
S0061
Memory, awareness and metacognition

Daniel C. Mograbi
Robin G. Morris
I131
Face memory – Eyewitness I
I072
Recognition II
I141
Emotion and memory II
S0006
Novel Approaches to Investigating the Neural Computations Underlying Memory-Guided Decision Making

Raphael Kaplan
Christian Doeller
17:30-17:40 Break
17:40-18:25
K3
Keynote session III
Henry L. Roediger III