Postersession 1

Wednesday, Sep 9, 2015
1st floor


  1. Distraction versus task-set change: investigating the functional role of P3a elicited in oddball paradigms
    Márta Volosin, Sabine Grimm, & János Horváth
  2. P3a evidence of consciousness following acoustic change during REM sleep
    Paniz Tavakoli & Kenneth Campbell
  3. Using adaptation to investigate the neural mechanisms of attention in the human auditory cortex
    Jessica de Boer, Sarah Gibbs, & Katrin Krumbholz
  4. Errors in auditory condensation task are preceded by lower pre-stimulus alpha-band oscillations
    Dmitri Bryzgalov, Ivan Lazarev, Nikita Novikov, & Boris Chernyshev
  5. Improving the detection of voluntary processes in behaviorally unresponsive patients at bedside using an oddball paradigm
    Dominique Morlet, Perrine Ruby, Nathalie André-Obadia, & Catherine Fischer
  6. Complex pattern MMN to extra identical tones in schizophrenia
    Dean F. Salisbury, Timothy K. Murphy, Kayla L. Ward, Brian A. Coffman, & Sarah M. Haigh
  7. Attentive vulnerability to levodopa therapy in ataxia-telangiectasia patients: a MMN study
    Daniela Mannarelli, Caterina Pauletti, Daniela D'Agnano, Vincenzo Leuzzi, Nicoletta Locuratolo, Maria Caterina De Lucia, & Francesco Fattapposta
  8. Mismatch-negativity response in individuals with central auditory implants
    Pascale Sandmann, Irina Schierholz, Christoph Kantzke, Alexandra Bendixen, Mareike Finke, Sabine Haumann, Thomas Lenarz, Reinhard Dengler, & Andreas Büchner
  9. Residual cognitive functions in PVS patients by means of MMN paradigm using emotional content. Neural generators of remaining brain activity
    Ana Olivares, Jorge Iglesias Fuster, Doris Hernández Barrios, Elena Cuspineda Bravo, Cecilia Pérez Gesen, Javier Sánchez López, Daymara del Río Bazan, & Calixto Machado Curbelo
  10. A computational single-trial analysis of MMN under ketamine
    Lilian Aline Weber, Andreea Oliviana Diaconescu, Christoph Mathys, André Schmidt, Michael Kometer, Franz Vollenweider, & Klaas Enno Stephan
  11. Pre-attentive neural processes of unattended facial emotions in adolescents
    Tongran Liu
  12. Prediction errors in word recognition and learning in young children
    Sari Ylinen, Alexis Bosseler, Katja Junttila, & Minna Huotilainen
  13. ICA derived cortical responses to auditory pitch and duration deviance in six-month-old infants
    Caterina Piazza, Chiara Cantiani, Zeynep Akalin-Acar, Makoto Miyakoshi, April Ann Benasich, Gianluigi Reni, Anna Maria Bianchi, & Scott Makeig
  14. Emotional prosodic deviance-detection in school-age children
    Judith Charpentier, Sylvie Roux, Emmanuelle Houy-Durand, Mathieu Lemaire, Joëlle Malvy, Frédérique Bonnet-Brilhault, Agathe Saby, & Marie Gomot
  15. Auditory event-related potentials indexing memory and change-detection in newborn infants who were exposed to antiepileptic medication during the fetal period
    Minna Huotilainen, Mari Katri Videman, Satu Pakarinen, Iina Ala-Kurikka, Taina Nybo, Sampsa Vanhatalo, Reina Roivainen, & Eija Gaily
  16. Resting-state glutamatergic neurotransmission is related to the peak latency of auditory MMN for duration deviants
    Kristiina Kompus, Kairi Kreegipuu, Nele Põldver, René Westerhausen, Kenneth Hugdahl, & Risto Näätänen
  17. Objective and rapid quantification of high-level visual impairment with fast periodic oddball stimulation in acquired prosopagnosia
    Joan Liu-Shuang, Katrien Torfs, & Bruno Rossion
  18. Can order change modulation of response to standard and deviant tones?
    Daniel Mullens, István Winkler, Andrew Heathcote, Lisa Whitson, Alexander Provost, & Juanita Todd
  19. Does sequence foreknowledge or concurrent task affect primacy bias in mismatch negativity (MMN)?
    Jade Frost, Kelly McDonnell, Alexander Provost, & Juanita Todd
  20. The role of stimulus complexity in various latency ranges of vMMN
    Domonkos File, Flóra Bodnár, Krisztina Kecskés-Kovács, István Sulykos, & István Czigler
  21. Predicting complex acoustic contingencies in the human auditory brainstem
    Johanna Schaefer, Katarzyna Zarnowiec, Iria SanMiguel, Manuel S. Malmierca, & Carles Escera
  22. MEG/EEG evidence for prediction in the primary auditory cortex
    Burkhard Maess, Erich Schröger, & Alessandro Tavano
  23. The effects of frequency difference and ear-of-entry on auditory stream segregation and integration
    Katja Junttila, Rika Takegata, Sari Ylinen, & Risto Näätänen
  24. Prediction error is reduced for angry vocalizations: insights from ERP and neural oscillations
    Ana Pinheiro, João Pedrosa, Margarida Vasconcelos, Carla Barros, & Sonja Kotz
  25. Is the level of passive attention entrained by the rhythm of stimulation?
    Pekcan Ungan & Hakan Karsilar
  26. Emotional mismatch negativity elicited by Japanese kanji with different connotations
    Tomomi Fujimura & Kazuo Okanoya
  27. „What is it?” and „Where is it going?” Two questions in the language of the brain: the additivity issue of the visual mismatch negativity
    István Sulykos, Krisztina Kecskés-Kovács, & István Czigler
  28. Electrophysiological mismatch response recorded in awake pigeons from the avian functional equivalent of the primary auditory cortex
    Ulrich Schall, Bernhard Müller, Christian Kärgel, & Onur Güntürkün
  29. MMN-like and early deviance detection in two animal models of schizophrenia – maternal immune activation and NMDAR antagonism
    Patricia Michie, Lauren Harms, William Fulham, Markku Penttonen, Juanita Todd, Ulrich Schall, & Deborah Hodgson
  30. Mismatch negativity (MMN) objectively reflects timbre discrimination thresholds in normal-hearing listeners and cochlear implant users
    Luise Wagner & Torsten Rahne
  31. Stimulus-specific adaptation in the late auditory-evoked cortical potentials exhibits long memory and sensitivity to sequential stimulus relationships
    Paul M. Briley, Diana Omigie, & Katrin Krumbholz
  32. High-resolution reconstruction of auditory mismatch generators using fused EEG/MEG and group inversion
    Françoise Lecaignard, Olivier Bertrand, Sébastien Daligault, Anne Caclin, & Jérémie Mattout
  33. Higher-order auditory change detectors – support from behavioral and electrophysiological data
    Annekathrin Weise, Erich Schröger, & János Horváth
  34. MMN distributed sources – evidence from human intracranial recordings
    Alejandro Blenkmann, Holly Phillips, Srivas Chennu, James Rowe, Carlos Muravchik, Silvia Kochen, & Tristan Bekinschtein
  35. MMN distinguishes rule-based and arbitrary processes in language
    Jeff Hanna & Friedemann Pulvermüller
  36. Language-attention interactions in neural processing of spoken words
    Jana Krutwig & Yury Shtyrov
  37. Rapid and automatic formation of novel memory traces for visually presented unattended words: MEG evidence
    Eino Partanen, Alina Leminen, & Yury Shtyrov
  38. The generation of speech-specific MMN: solutions from dynamic causal modelling
    Faith Chiu & Jyrki Tuomainen
  39. Your Chinese is different from mine? Conventionalization of constructions as indicated by mismatch negativity
    Yuchun Chang, Chia-Lin Lee, & Hans-Jörg Schmid
  40. Stability of the MMN, P3a and LDN responses to auditory frequency change between two repeated measurements in typically developing 5- to 6-year-old children
    Leena Ervast, Jarmo Hämäläinen, Kaisu Heinänen, Kaisa Lohvansuu, Swantje Zachau, Mari Veijola, Matti Lehtihalmes, & Paavo Leppänen
  41. Finding the origin of directionality effects in MMNs to phonetic contrasts
    Mirjam J.I. de Jonge
  42. Omission responses in speech are differentially modulated by speaking rate and attention
    Mathias Scharinger & Alessandro Tavano
  43. Stronger autonomic stress responses are associated with better post-error adjustment in special police cadets
    Zhuxi Yao, Yi Yuan, Tony Buchanan, Kan Zhang, Jianhui Wu, & Liang Zhang