The 17th World Congress of Psychophysiology (IOP2014)



Symposium A1 (September 24 [Wed] 8:30-10:00)

Functional Neuroimaging of Deception

Organizer: Svyatoslav V. Medvedev (Russia)

Neural basis of deception
Tatia M.C. Lee & Chetwyn C.H. Chan

Reward sensitivity in the nucleus accumbens predicts dishonest behavior
Nobuhito Abe

Deception related changes in functional connectivity between prefrontal cortex and caudate nucleus
Maxim Kireev, Natalia Medvedeva, Alexander Korotkov, & Svyatoslav V. Medvedev

Symposium B1 (September 24 [Wed] 8:30-10:00)

The Oscillations of Biological Systems: Methods and Perspectives, Part 1

Organizers: Nina N. Danilova (Russia) & Gennady G. Knyazev (Russia)

Approaches to the study of resting state oscillatory networks
Gennady G. Knyazev, Nina V. Volf, & Ludmila V. Belousova

Oscillatory activity in the organization of behavior of unicellular and multicellular organisms
Tatiana N. Grechenko

Oscillatory brain activity in the development and the actualization of semantic categories
Nina N. Danilova

Cortical brain network in learning from performance-related feedback
Caroline Di Bernardi Luft & Joydeep Bhattacharya

Symposium C1 (September 24 [Wed] 8:30-10:00)

Music, Language, Speech, and Brain

Organizer: Olga Bazanova (Russia)

Chairs: Atsuko Gunji (Japan) & Christo Pantev (Germany)

Multimodal cortical plasticity and music
Christo Pantev

Cortical responses modulated by auditory feedback changes in speech production: An MEG study
Atsuko Gunji & Hidehiko Okamoto

How does women musical perception depend upon music performance experience and neurohumoral status?
Olga M. Bazanova & Ekaterina D. Nikolenko

Interhemispheric functional organization of brain cortex in musicians during improvisation
Igor Sergeevich Dikiy, Liudmila Alexandrovna Dikaya, & Irina Anatol'evna Skirtach

Symposium D1 (September 24 [Wed] 8:30-10:00)

Psychophysiology and Kansei Engineering Applications

Organizer: Tatsuya Iwaki (Japan)

Psychophysiological index contributing to kansei engineering method
Tatsuya Iwaki

Phychophysiological measurements in Kansei Engineering based Product Developments: SANYO shaver case
Shigekazu Ishihara

The combination effect of sound environment and the odor in the mental work load
Yoshiro Okazaki

Choice-induced preference increase for chosen stimuli accompanies increased allocation of attentional resource to the stimuli
Kenta Kimura & Jun'ichi Katayama

Symposium A2 (September 24 [Wed] 13:30-15:20)

Recent Developments in Psychophysiological Information-Detection Research: Integrating Laboratory and Field Findings

Organizers: Gershon Ben-Shakhar (Israel)

Retrieval-induced forgetting: A potential countermeasure technique against psychophysiological memory detection methods
Gershon Ben-Shakhar, Nurit Gronau, Lotem Elber, Shai Satran, & Assaf Breska

Personality dimensions predict psychophysiological responses in the Concealed Information Test
Liza Zvi & Eitan Elaad

Application of CIT as an information detection technique in Japan
Tokihiro Ogawa, Izumi Matsuda, & Michiko Tsuneoka

Screening individuals with pretest data improves the performance of concealed information tests
Izumi Matsuda, Tokihiro Ogawa, Michiko Tsuneoka, & Bruno Verschuere

Review and analysis of the practical data conducted in Japanese criminal investigation
Akemi Osugi

Symposium B2 (September 24 [Wed] 13:30-15:20)

Psychophysiological and Clinical Results from Advanced EEG Analysis and Combined Methods

Organizer: Luis F. H. Basile (Brazil)

EEG correlates of autobiographical memory as revealed by temporal and spatial ICA
Gennady Knyazev

Coherence and phase lag index analyses -A preliminary MEG/EEG sensor-level study on functional connectivities during the Sternberg memory task
Shiho Okuhata & Tetsuo Kobayashi

Reduced directional transmission of cortical oscillatory beta activity between attention and memory nodes in Alzheimer’s disease
Roberto D Pascual-Marqui, Keiichiro Nishida, Masafumi Yoshimura, Yuichi Kitaura, Toshiaki Isotani, Hiroshi Mii, & Toshihiko Kinoshita

Common topography of beta activity during attention task engagement and resting
Luis F. H. Basile, Joao R. Sato, Milkes Y. Alvarenga, Henrique A. Pasquini, Mariana P. Nucci, & Mirna D. Lozano

Symposium C2 (September 24 [Wed] 13:30-15:20)

Psychophysiology at Industrial Setting

Organizers: Akihiro Yagi (Japan) & Jun’ich Katayama (Japan)

Effects of differences in task characteristics on autonomic nervous system responses
Hiroyuki Kuraoka, Shinji Miyake, & Chikamune Wada

Affective-evaluation difference observed at synchronization between music and respiration cannot be explained by the reaction time of sound change at different respiration phase
Takashi G. Sato & Takehiro Moriya

Pupil dilation reveals cognitive effort, and cognitive effortless
Megan H. Papesh & Stephen D. Goldinger

Irrelevant probe technique using somatosensory stimuli for evaluating the amount of attentional resource allocated to a task
Fumie Sugimoto & Jun'ichi Katayama

Quantitative analysis of trade-off between depth and width of visual information processing
Kimihiro Yamanaka

Symposium D2 (September 24 [Wed] 13:30-15:20)

Psychophysiology in Exercise Science

Organizer: Hiroaki Masaki (Japan)

Effect of pressor response on increase response in cerebral blood flow to visual stimulation at rest and during exercise
Naoyuki Hayashi & Yuji Yamaguchi

The effects of acute exercise and hypoxia on cognitive function
Soichi Ando, Takaaki Komiyama, Mizuki Sudo, & Yasuki Higaki

Exercise and brain health in older adults with mild cognitive impairment
Hyuma Makizako & Hiroyuki Shimada

Positive association between childhood fitness and cognitive control
Keita Kamijo & Hiroaki Masaki

Balance training affects the psychophysiological characteristics of older women
Andrey Podoinikov, Olga M. Bazanova, Ekaterina D. Nikolenko, Natalia Kholodina, & Oleg V. Kubryak

Symposium A3 (September 24 [Wed] 15:40-17:30)

Neurodynamic of Emotion and Pathology

Organizers: Henrique Sequeira (France) & Joëlle Martineau (France)

Looking for brain-body networks of affective pictures processing
Henrique Sequeira, Fabien D'Hondt, & Jacques Honore

Brain’s oscillatory responses in perception of emotional pictures
Bahar Güntekin, Elif Tülay, Bilge Turp Gölbası, & Erol Başar

Cingulate functional connectivity and emotional dysregulation
Chris Baeken

Psychophysiological reactivity in blood-injection-injury phobia
Jose M. Martinez-Selva, Juan P. Sanchez-Navarro, Enrique Maldonado, Eduvigis Carrillo, Sara Pineda, & Ginesa Torrente

Emotional static and dynamic faces processing in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Typical Development
Joëlle Martineau, Nadia Hernandez, Laëtitia Roché, Catherine Barthélémy, Jean-Claude Elian, & Frédérique Bonnet-Brilhault

Symposium B3 (September 24 [Wed] 15:40-17:30)

RIDE - A New Method for the Decomposition of ERPs Based on Latency Variability: Principles and Applications

Organizers: Werner Sommer (Germany) & Changsong Zhou (Hong Kong)

Restoring latency-variable ERP components from single trials: A new approach to ERP analysis with residue iteration decomposition (RIDE)
Changsong Zhou, Guang Ouyang & Werner Sommer

The algorithms, utilities and tips about the toolbox of RIDE (residue iteration decomposition)
Guang Ouyang, Werner Sommer, & Changsong Zhou

Testing the stimulus-to-response bridging function of the P3b component by residue iteration decomposition (RIDE)
Rolf Verleger, Kamila Smigasiewicz, Guang Ouyang, & Changsong Zhou

Dissociating the LPC to affective words from the P3b with residue iteration decomposition (RIDE)
Hadiseh Nowparast Rostami, Guang Ouyang, Mareike Bayer, Annekathrin Schacht, Changsong Zhou, & Werner Sommer

The time course of semantic and syntactic processing in reading Chinese: A demonstration of using residue iteration decomposition (RIDE) in a rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) paradigm
Wang Suiping, Wang Fang, Guang Ouyang, & Changsong Zhou

Symposium C3 (September 24 [Wed] 15:40-17:30)

Psychophysiology of Developmental Disorders

Organizers: Harumitsu Murohashi (Japan) & Giuseppe A. Chiarenza (Italy)

Analysis of reading and writing performances of children with dyslexia before and after treatment with sublexical method
Giuseppe A. Chiarenza, Federica Doniselli, Sara F. Di Pietro, Matteo Iudice, Eugenio Tonolli, & Paola Coati

Face recognition in children with autism spectrum disorders
Yosuke Kita

A role of visual attention in expert word reading: Implications for the cause of developmental dyslexia
Yasuko Okumura, Tetsuko Kasai, & Harumitsu Murohashi

Psychophysilological evaluation of verbal working memory as risk factors for kanji word-reading difficulty in Japanese elementary school children
Toshihide Koike, Mito Mekaru, & Takaaki Goto

Eye fixation patterns and saccades of children with Dyslexia in Japanese
Michiru Iwata, Shun Itagaki, Kazuyori Yagyu, & Harumitsu Murohashi

Symposium D3 (September 24 [Wed] 15:40-17:30)

Hemispheric Asymmetry of Cognitive Processes

Organizer: Pavel Ermakov (Russia)

Hemispheric asymmetry of aggressive behaviour and hereditary factors
Pavel Ermakov

Psychophysiological predictors for hemispheric functional asymmetry
Irina Abakumova

Hemispheric asymmetry in the pooling of local visual information
Vitaly V. Babenko & Pavel N. Ermakov

Mirror-image monozygotic twins: EEG spatial synchronization
Elena Vorobyeva & Pavel Ermakov

Interhemispheric distribution of event-related potentials as indicator of deceitful responses
Igor Sergeevich Dikiy & Liudmila Alexandrovna Dikaya

Symposium A4 (September 25 [Thr] 8:30-10:00)

Auditory Sensory Memory as Probed by Mismatch Negativity

Organizers: Hirooki Yabe (Japan) & Carles Escera (Spain)

Simultaneous fMRI-EEG-DTI recording of MMN in schizophrenia
Eiji Kirino

Sound representations are time-compressed in sensory memory: Evidence from MMN
Seiji Tamakoshi & Jun’ichi Katayama

Functional relationships between mismatch negativity and early deviance-related effects
Carles Escera, Maryam Aghamollaie, Heike Althen, Tetsuya Shiga, Katarzyna Zarnowiec, & Sabine Grimm

Temporal integration of auditory information as revealed by MMN and earlier evoked potential correlates: A preliminary study
Tetsuya Shiga, Miriam Cornella, Katarzina Zarnowiec, Shuntaro Itagaki, Michinari Nozaki, Satoko Asano, Yusuke Osakabe, Masayuki Hikita, Hirooki Yabe, & Carles Escera

Symposium B4 (September 25 [Thr] 8:30-10:00)

The Oscillations of Biological Systems: Methods and Perspectives, Part 2

Organizers: Vilfredo De Pascalis (Italy) & Robert J. Barry (Australia)

Effects of placebo analgesia and hypnotizability on prepulse inhibition of the startle reflex: A study of induced neural oscillatory activity
Vilfredo De Pascalis & Paolo Scacchia

Psychophysiological investigations of individual differences (personality orientations) using EEG & fMRI
Joseph Ciorciari & John Gountas

Problems in estimating oscillatory phase of the EEG at stimulus onset
Robert J. Barry & Frances M. De Blasio

Mapping the effects of prestimulus EEG band amplitude in an equiprobable Go/NoGo task
Frances M. De Blasio & Robert J. Barry

Symposium C4 (September 25 [Thr] 8:30-10:00)

Neurofeedback Technology for Cognitive Ability Training

Organizer: Olga M. Bazanova (Russia)

Neurofeedback training efficiency of regularly cycling women may differ throughout the month, depending on progesterone status
Olga M. Bazanova, Natalia Kholodina, & Ekaterina D. Nikolenko

Neurofeedback games for the enhancement of cognitive abilities related to multitasking
Olga Sourina, Xiyuan Hou, Lipo Wang, Wei Lun Lim, & Yisi Liu

Individual alpha EEG indices as AD/HD syndrome severity predictors in children
Elena Sapina

EEG-enabled tests for neurofeedback training assessment
Yisi Liu & Olga Sourina

Symposium D4 (September 25 [Thr] 8:30-10:00)

Calling One's Own Name: Event-Related Potential Studies

Organizer: Shugo Suwazono (Japan)

SON negativity: an event-related potential component reflecting preattentive detection of subject’s own name (SON)
Kosuke Itoh, Toshihiko Tateuchi, & Tsutomu Nakada

ERP responses to unattended own names: Effects of emotion and experimental paradigms
Hiroshi Arao & Shugo Suwazono

ERP and time-frequency analysis of the response to hearing subject’s own name
Kaori Tamura, Takaaki Mizuba, & Keiji Iramina

Toward a new clinical application of auditory event-related potentials: Responses to one's own name - preliminary data in patients with parkinsonism
Shugo Suwazono & Hiroshi Arao

Symposium A5 (September 25 [Thr] 13:30-16:20)

How Blindness Can Open Our Eyes on Brain Function and Plasticity

Organizer: Emiliano Ricciardi (Italy)

The blind brain: Anatomy, physiology and behaviour
Maurice Ptito & Ron Kupers

Structural, metabolic and functional changes in the congenitally blind brain
Ron Kupers & Maurice Ptito

Audio-tactile crossmodal correspondences in sighted, early, and late blind people
Malika Auvray, Ophelia D. Deroy, Irene Fasiello, & Vincent Hayward

When plasticity matters
Ophelia D. Deroy

Unmasking visual routes in cortical blindness
Beatrice de Gelder

The blind brain: How (lack of) vision shapes the development of the morphological and functional architecture of the human brain
Pietro Pietrini

Towards a supramodal organization of conceptual knowledge
Emiliano Ricciardi

Symposium B5 (September 25 [Thr] 13:30-16:20)

Visual Mismatch Negativity: A Unique Window to Automatic Visual Cognitive Processing

Organizers: Istvan Czigler (Hungary) & Motohiro Kimura (Japan)

Stimulus-driven prediction in vision: Its information-filtering function indicated by prediction-mismatch and prediction-match ERP effects
Motohiro Kimura & Yuji Takeda

Refractory issue and visual mismatch negativity: A skeleton in the cupboard
István Czigler, István Sulykos, & Krisztina Kecskés-Kovács

Visual MMN elicited by orientation changes of faces
Wang Wei, Miao Danmin, & Zhao Lun

Visual mismatch magnetic responses to a windmill pattern in first episode and chronic schizophrenia: An MEG study
Toshihiko Maekawa, Itta Nakamura, Naotoshi Ohara, Yuko Oda, Toshiaki Onitsuka, Tomokazu Urakawa, & ShozoTobimatsu

Early visual evoked potentials and mismatch negativity in Alzheimer’s disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment: Cross-sectional findings and longitudinal follow-up
George Stothart, Nina Kazanina, Andrea Tales, & Risto Näätänen

Hypersensitivity to change in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Convergent evidence from visual and auditory MMN studies
Nicole Bruneau, Helen Cléry, Joëlle Malvy, Catherine Barthélémy, Frédérique Bonnet-Brilhault, & Marie Gomot

Symposium C5 (September 25 [Thr] 13:30-16:20)

Neurocognitive Profiles of Learning and Forgetting Languages as Reflected by ERPs

Organizers: Valéria Csépe (Hungary) & Karsten Steinhauer (Canada)

Learning and forgetting languages - An introduction to ERP approaches
Karsten Steinhauer

Prosodic bootstrapping: ERP correlates of emerging word stress template in infants
Valéria Csépe, Linda Garami, Anett Ragó & Ferenc Honbolygó

Component changes in ERP profiles during language acquisition
Phaedra Royle & Karsten Steinhauer

Two languages in one brain: Competition and control in the syntax of late acquired L2
John E. Drury (canceled)

Prosodic priming in second language lexical identification: Evidence from an ERP study
Ferenc Honbolygó, Andrea Kóbor, Angelika Becker, Claudia Friedrich, & Valéria Csépe

The case of a non-native-like first language: ERP evidence of first language (L1) attrition in lexical and morphosyntactic processing
Kristina Kasparian, Francesco Vespignani, & Karsten Steinhauer

Symposium D5 (September 25 [Thr] 13:30-16:20)

Brain Organization of Creativity

Organizer: Svatoslav V. Medvedev (Russia)

Personality specific differences in EEG reactivity on convergent and divergent thinking
Olga M. Razumnikova & Anna A. Yashanina

Brain organization in creative thinking
Maria G. Starchenko, Maxim V. Kireev, & Svyatoslav V. Medvedev

Spontaneous creativity: Its theoretical and neurocognitive framework
Joydeep Bhattacharya & Geraint Wiggins

The structure of functional brain EEG network is sensitive to genre specific musical creativity: a study on jazz and classical piano music performance
Ernesto Pereda, Shama Rahman, & Joydeep Bhattacharya

Inter- and intrahemispheric functional organization of brain cortex in artists during creative process
Igor Sergeevich Dikiy, Liudmila Alexandrovna Dikaya, & Viktoriya Viktorovna Karpova

Brain mechanisms of intuitive problem solving in board game experts
Keiji Tanaka, Xiaohong Wan, & Kang Cheng

Symposium A6 (September 26 [Fri] 8:30-10:00)

Recent Research Topics on Eye Blink Behavior

Organizer: Fumio Yamada (Japan)

Separating the effects on cognitive processing of the startle stimulus and response
Terry D. Blumenthal

An investigation into the relationship between spontaneous eye blinks and cognitive processing
Kyosuke Fukuda

Using eye blink measures to determine deceptive intent
Frank M. Marchak

The processes involved with fewer eyeblinks in a concealed information test
Takuro Otsuka, Mitsuyoshi Mizutani, & Fumio Yamada

Symposium B6 (September 26 [Fri] 8:30-10:00)

Cognitive and Psychomotor Influence on Postural Control

Organizers: Olga M. Bazanova (Russia) & Paula Viana Wackermann (Germany)

Postural control and neurological rehabilitation
Paula Viana Wackermann

Effects of respiratory sinus arrhythmia biofeedback training on alpha EEG activity, heart rate variability, postural control and shooting performance in young athletes
Anastasia Kovaleva, Vladimir Kasatkin, & Konstantin Bochaver

Changes in vertical stance parameters in humans while viewing different images
Oleg Kubryak, Alexandra Guseva, & Sergey Grohovsky

Postural control training using Aikido improves psychomotor performance
Olga M. Bazanova, Natalia Kholodina, Yumiko Kurose-Payet, Jackues Payet, Ekaterina D. Nikolenko, & Andrey Sh. Podoinikov

Symposium C6 (September 26 [Fri] 8:30-10:00)

Psychophysiology of Computer/Video Games

Organizers: Nobuyuki Kawai & Yuichiro Nagano (Japan)

The impact of active coping aspects on autonomic responses during video game playing
Yuichiro Nagano, Rina Taira, Kohei Fuseda, Nobuyuki Kawai, Shota Watanabe, & Kazuo Okanoya

Event-related P300 reflects enthusiasm for playing video games: The existence of an opponent increases immersion
Kenta Kubo, Kazuo Okanoya, & Nobuyuki Kawai

Psychological and physiological responses for flow state during a game task
Shunya Omori, Yuichiro Nagano, Takefumi Kobayashi, & Jun'ichi Katayama

Video game exposure and recognition of facial expressions: Event-related potential data
Yoshiyuki Tamamiya & Hiraki Kazuo

Symposium A7 (September 26 [Fri] 13:30-15:20)

Timescales of Relevance in the Auditory System

Organizer: Juanita Todd (Australia)

Fine-grained violations in rhythmic auditory stimulation modulate the human frequency following response
Katarzyna Zarnowiec, Jordi Costa-Faidella, & Carles Escera

On the interaction of temporal and formal prediction in auditory processing
Alessandro Tavano & Erich Schröger

Resolution of human auditory perception is determined by frequency of oscillatory activity in the auditory cortex
Alina Baltus & Christoph S. Herrmann

Order-driven distortions in auditory relevance filtering systems
Juanita Todd

Symposium B7 (September 26 [Fri] 13:30-15:20)

Pros and Cons of Principal Components Analysis of ERP and EEG data

Organizers: Robert J. Barry (Australia) & Hiroshi Nittono (Japan)

What do principal components mean? A potential risk of overinterpreting PCA results
Hiroshi Nittono & Izumi Matsuda

ERPs in long and short ISI dishabituation tasks: A comparison using PCA
Genevieve Z. Steiner, Robert J. Barry, & Frances M. De Blasio

Time-frequency PCA of event-related EEG changes in the Orienting Reflex
Frances M. De Blasio, Robert J. Barry, Edward M. Bernat, & Genevieve Z. Steiner

Caffeine effects on sequential processing in the equiprobable Go/NoGo task
Robert J. Barry, Frances M. De Blasio, & Adele E. Cave

Decomposing affective and cognitive subcomponents of late positive potentials by temporal-spatial principal component analysis
Izumi Matsuda & Hiroshi Nittono

Symposium C7 (September 26 [Fri] 13:30-15:20)

A Psychophysiological Perspective of Emotional Responsivity and Attentional Processes in Adult Psychopathology

Organizer: Danielle Mathersul (USA)

Autonomic arousal responsivity in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Implications for social motivation
Danielle Mathersul, Skye McDonald, & Jacqueline A. Rushby

Empathy and arousal to emotional videos in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Emily M. Trimmer, Skye McDonald, & Jacqueline A. Rushby

Behavioural and neural deficits in adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) throughout complex probabilistic association learning
Matthew P. F. Gerathy & Jacqueline A. Rushby

Electrocortical reactivity to emotional faces distinguishes first degree relatives of individuals with major depression
Anna J. Watters, Anthony W. F. Harris, & Leanne M. Williams

Impaired emotional prosody processing in severe traumatic brain injury
Jacqueline A. Rushby, Skye McDonald, Francesca Froreich, Alana Fisher, Nicklas Parks, & Jaimi Iredale

Symposium A8 (September 26 [Fri] 15:40-17:30)

Novel Psychophysiological Approaches to Investigating Social Communication

Organizers: Keiko Ogawa (Japan) & Anne S. Warlaumont (United States)

Role of REM sleep in the emotional brain regulation for social pain
Keiko Ogawa & Erika Otani

Perceived untrustworthiness of a face goes beyond its race when it comes to empathizing with others’ pain: An event-related potentials study
Federica Meconi & Paola Sessa

Role of Pupil-synchronization in Trust
Mariska E. Kret, Masaki Tomonaga, Carsten de Dreu, Agneta Fischer, & Tetsuro Matsuzawa

Mothers' multimodal information processing is modulated by multimodal interactions with their infants
Yukari Tanaka, Hirokata Fukushima, Kazuo Okanoya, & Masako Myowa-Yamakoshi

Linking infant communication behavior to neurophysiology using computational modeling
Anne S. Warlaumont

Symposium B8 (September 26 [Fri] 15:40-17:30)

Psychophysiological Perspectives on Inhibition and Conflict

Organizers: Maurits W. van der Molen (The Netherlands) & Robert J. Barry (Australia)

Covert response inhibition in choice reaction time tasks
Franck P. Vidal

Selective inhibition of response-related processing
Maurits W. van der Molen, Marijke van de Laar, Wery P.M. van den Wildenberg, & Geert, J.M. van Boxtel

ERP components and performance in the equiprobable Go/NoGo task: Inhibition in children
Robert J. Barry & Frances M. De Blasio

Proactive and reactive cognitive controls: A brain potential study
Karen L. Mansfield, Maurits W. van der Molen, & Geert J.M. van Boxtel

Training-induced improvements in inhibitory control
Nicholas Benikos, Stuart J. Johnstone, & Steven J. Roodenrys

Symposium C8 (September 26 [Fri] 15:40-17:30)

Current trends in Psychophysiology of Individual Differences

Organizers: Vilfredo De Pascalis (Italy) & Boris V. Chernyshev (Russia)

Individual differences in electrophysiological correlates of auditory attention
Boris V. Chernyshev, Dina M. Ramendik, Ivan E. Lazarev, Evgeniya S. Osokina, & Nikita A. Novikov

Role of individual Posterior Dominant alpha Rhythm frequency EEG in psychophysiological individual differences
Olga M. Bazanova

Personality-related differences in EEG correlates of self-referential processing
Gennady G. Knyazev

Mental ability and information processing during discrimination of auditory motion patterns: Effects on P3 and mismatch negativity
Vilfredo De Pascalis, Enrico Varriale, Maria Fulco, & Francesca Fracasso

Symposium A9 (September 27 [Sat] 8:30-10:00)

ERP indices for Language Processing in the East and the West: Cognitive Universals and Culture-Dependent Variables

Organizer: Shingo Tokimoto (Japan)

Neural activity in processing discontinuous dependency in sentences: Universality and peculiarity of the Japanese sentence processing
Shingo Tokimoto

Parafoveal preview effects in alphabetic languages and Chinese: Evidence from ERP/eye movement coregistration
Werner Sommer, Nan Li, Florian Niefind, Olaf Dimigen, & Suiping Wang

Processing construction-based pragmatic constraints during sentence comprehension: Evidence from Chinese and English
Xiaoming Jiang, Mengyan Zhu, & Xiaolin Zhou

Computation for syntactic dependency at language-culture interface: A view from Japanese honorific processing
Hiromu Sakai, Shengyan Long, Yingyi Luo, & Manami Sato

Symposium B9 (September 27 [Sat] 8:30-10:00)

Recent Psychophysiologic Research in Children and Adolescents

Organizer: Bram Dierckx (The Netherlands)

Chair : Giuseppe A. Chiarenza (Italy)

A prospective study of heart rate and externalising behaviours in young children
Bram Dierckx, Rianne Kok, Joke H. M. Tulen, Vincent W. Jaddoe, Albert Hofman, Frank C. Verhulst, Marianne J. Bakermans-Kranenburg, Marinus H. van Ijzendoorn, & Henning Tiemeier

Alterations in HPA-axis and autonomic nervous system functioning in childhood anxiety disorders point to a chronic stress hypothesis
Gwen Dieleman, Anja C. Huizink, Joke H.M. Tulen, Elisabeth M.W.J. Utens, Hanneke Creemers, Jan van der Ende, & Frank C. Verhulst

Temperament, Character and QEEG in children with ADHD-C and ADHD-C+ODD
Giuseppe A. Chiarenza, Jorge Bosch-Bayard, Stefania Villa, Marco P. Chiarenza, Lidice Galan, Eduardo Aubert, & Pedro Valdes Sosa

No-Go P3, a heritable neural marker of inhibitory control, prospectively predicts regular smoking in adolescents
Andrey P. Anokhin & Simon Golosheykin

Symposium C9 (September 27 [Sat] 8:30-10:00)

Toward a Visualization of the Cognitive Function: Traditional Approaches and New Attempts

Organizer: Seiji Tamakoshi (Japan)

Discussant: Robert J. Barry (Australia)

Transition of attentional allocation for deviant stimulus reflected by ERP P3
Fumihito Morimoto

Increaced difficulty in visual discrimination enhances attentional capture by both visual and auditory deviant stimuli
Fumie Sugimoto & Jun'ichi Katayama

Common neural mechanism for maintaining representation in visual mental imagery and visual short-term memory
Keiko Yamazaki

The association between childhood obesity and neuroelectric measures of cognitive control
Keita Kamijo & Charles H. Hillman

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