Tuesday 19 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 Keynote presentation moved to Wednesday morning
09:20-09:30 Break
09:30-11:30
S0059
What is the Parietal Lobe Contribution to Episodic Memory?

Jon Simons
Morris Moscovitch
S0047
Conceptions of Self and Others in Autobiographical Memory

David B. Pillemer, Dorthe K. Thomsen
I062
Development of memory I
S0003
Memory Decline and Preservation

Davide Bruno
I031
Sleep and memory
I171
Future thinking
S0017
The Concept of Episodic Memory: Challenges from Philosophy and Psychology

Sven Bernecker
S0049
Factors that enhance and disrupt memory

Angela Gutchess, Nancy Dennis
Suparna Rajaram
11:30-13:00
P2
Poster session II


Lunch Break
13:00-15:00
I042
Autobiographical memory II
S0023
Towards a mechanistic understanding of memory development: Evidence from behavior and cognitive neuroscience

Noa Ofen, Yee Lee Shing
Lynn Nadel
S0027
Prospective memory in normal and abnormal ageing

Agnieszka Niedźwieńska
Lia Kvavilashvili
S0018
Memory Flexibility: From molecular mechanisms to clinical applications

Marijn Kroes, Bryan Strange
S0037
Episodic Memory and Aging: Perspectives on Brain and Behavior

Moshe Naveh-Benjamin
S0028
Consolidation of procedural learning

Dezso Nemeth, Edwin Robertson
S0033
Storytelling, scaffolding, success and sensitivity in collaborative memory across the lifespan

Amanda Barnier
William Hirst
I124
Neuroscience of memory I
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:30
S0038
The Ever-Changing Engram: Towards an Integrated Understanding of Long-Term Memory Dynamics

Almut Hupbach
Lynn Nadel
S0035
Neuromodulatory Effects on Episodic Memory

Matthias Gruber
S0031
Unitization: Learning new associations as a single coherent item

Axel Mecklinger, Christine Bastin
S0060
What’s this chamber doing in my brain? The role of the thalamus in memory.

Lola Danet, Emmanuel Barbeau
S0042
Retrieval mechanisms in autobiographical memory

Søren R. Staugaard, Lynn A. Watson
S0004
Fact and Fiction: Remembering and Emotion in the Lab and the Courtroom

Mark L. Howe, Lauren M. Knott, Martin A. Conway
S0025
Interactions between memory representation and control: Mechanisms and age-related differences

Yee Lee Shing, Yana Fandakova
Roberto Cabeza
I122
Neuroscience of memory II
17:30-17:40 Break
17:40-18:25
K5
Keynote session V
Simona Ghetti