Wednesday 20 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
K6
Keynote session VI
Jeffrey M. Zacks
09:20-09:30 Break
09:30-11:30
S0151
Social Aspects of Memory: Building a collective memory through collaborative remembering I

William Hirst, Suparna Rajaram
I012
Retrieval processes II
S0045
The neurocognitive mechanisms of prospective memory development

Mareike Altgassen, Daniel P. Sheppard
Judi A. Ellis
I021
Forgetting I
S0032
Insights into memory using the case study approach

Scott Cole, Kata Pauly-Takacs
Martin A. Conway
S0026
Advances in high-resolution imaging of the MTL - Structural and functional development

Andrew R. Bender, Attila Keresztes
I143
Emotion and memory I
S0008
Modulation of replay for sleep-dependent memory consolidation

Gordon B. Feld, Thomas Schreiner
11:30-12:00 Coffee Break
12:00-14:15
S0152
Social Aspects of Memory: Building a collective memory through collaborative remembering II

William Hirst, Suparna Rajaram
S0014
Shaping memories via reactivation

Maria Wimber, Chris Bird
Yadin Dudai
S0020
When remembering is a challenge: visual working memory and aging

Hubert D. Zimmer
S0024
Neurocircuitry of episodic memory as revealed by neurodegenerative disorders

Muireann Irish
Michael Kopelman
S0058
Neural Basis of Prospective Memory

Nicolas Rothen, Beat Meier
S0013
Theoretical and legal issues related to autobiographical belief and recollection

Henry Otgaar
Mark L. Howe
S0054
New Perspectives on Childhood Memory

Sami Gülgöz, Qi Wang
David B. Pillemer
I082
Working memory II
14:15-14:25 Break
14:25-15:25
K7
Keynote session VII
Andrew Yonelinas