Thursday 21 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
K8
Keynote session VIII
Michael J. Kahana
09:20-09:30 Break
09:30-11:30
S0030
A retrieval-specific mechanism of adaptive forgetting: from neural instantiation to social consequences

Alin Coman
Michael C. Anderson
S0055
Amnesia Lab: art-science collaborative research

Shona Illingworth, Jill Bennett
Martin A. Conway
S0048
Conceptual and empirical advances in déjà vu research

Christine E. Wells, Akira R. O’Connor
Daniel L. Schacter
I013
Retrieval processes III
S0056
Key findings in Working Memory

Geoff Ward
S0043
Memory and Genetics

Souchay Céline, Fabienne Collette
I061
Development of memory II
I083
Working memory and recognition III
11:30-13:00
P3
Poster session III


Lunch Break
13:00-15:00
I121
Neuroscience of memory III
S0021
Systems interactions in memory

Steffen Gais, Monika Schönauer
I151
Ageing and neuropsychology of memory I
I023
Forgetting II
S0019
Methodological and statistical advances in autobiographical memory research

Steve M. J. Janssen, Joseph M. Fitzgerald
Katinka Dijkstra
S0040
Research on involuntary autobiographical memories: Past, present and future

Lia Kvavilashvili
Daniel Schacter
S0012
Developmental changes in memory binding, pattern separation, and pattern completion across the lifespan

Chi Ngo, Nora Newcombe
I111
Memory encoding and learning
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:30
S0044
Intrusive memories in daily life and psychopathology: a special form of memory challenging mainstream theories?

Alex Lau-Zhu
Emily A. Holmes
S0046
Mechanisms underlying familiarity and novelty decisions: Two sides of the same coin?

Christine Bastin, Emmanuel Barbeau, Christopher Moulin
S0009
Grids cells: spatial navigation and beyond

Aidan Horner, Christian Doeller
Neil Burgess
S0016
Good vibes for memory: How rhythmic neural activity shapes when, how, and what we remember

Markus Werkle-Bergner, Myriam C. Sander
S0034
Beyond Yes and No: Memory is Conditional

Avi Karni, Sara Ferman
Peter De Weerd
S0050
Autobiographical Memory and Psychopathology

Mirjam Vermeulen, Fortesa Kadriu
I022
Forgetting III
I123
Neuroscience of memory IV
17:30-17:40 Break
17:40-18:25
K9
Keynote session IX
Lynn Hasher
19:00-22:00 Conference Dinner
18:45-19:00 Gathering at Conference Venue main entrance
19:00-19:30 Boarding - walking together from Conference Venue to the boat
19:30-21:30 Cruising and Dinner
22:00 End of program (at Metro station Batthyany square)