Posters should be printed in A0 size which corresponds to (841mm x 1189mm) in portrait format.

  1. Sensorimotor interference in narratives. Adamantini Hadjipanayioti, Alexia Galati, & Marios Avraamides.
  2. Interference effects of eye and limb movements on visuo-spatial working memory: Evidence from static spatial location memory. Akiko Fujiki & Shinsuke Hishitani
  3. Speakers’ informational needs and the task’s cognitive demands shape listeners’ interpretation in a spatial perspective-taking task. Anthi Diavastou, Alexia Galati, & Marios Avraamides
  4. Environment Learning from Descriptions or through Navigation: the Involvement of Working Memory in Young and Older Adults. Chiara Meneghetti, Erika Borella, Elena Carbone, & Rossana De Beni.
  5. Attentional processes, anxiety and sex: how they interact with information processing? Teofil Ciobanu, Lew Eileen & Catherine Brandner
  6. Motor resources in peripersonal space: evidence from a motor interference task. Francesco Ruotolo, Tina Iachini, Gennaro Ruggiero, & Michela Vinciguerra
  7. Peripersonal space and interpersonal space in the interaction with virtual humans, robots and objects: what do they have in common? Tina Iachini, Yann Coello, Francesca Frassinetti, Francesco Ruotolo, Vicenzo Paolo Senese, & Gennaro Ruggiero
  8. Biased subjective reactions of children to emotional mental imagery scripts: Examining the role of individual differences in aggression and personality. Georgia Panayiotou, Kostas Fanti & Chrysostomos Lazarou
  9. Adult brains don't fully overcome biases from childhood: A high-density ERP study of neurocognitive inhibition and mental transformation in Piaget’s number-conservation task. Grégoire Borst, G. Grégory Simon, Julie Vidal, & Olivier Houdé
  10. Survey and route spatial descriptions in children with nonverbal and reading disabilities. Irene Mammarella, Chiara Meneghetti, Francesca Pazzaglia & Cesare Cornoldi
  11. Do children make use of motor processes in mental rotation? Jan Kellner & Petra Jansen
  12. Two kinds of interference effects in spatial perspective taking. Kim Puls & Mark May
  13. Motor interference and imagery in the memory of graspable objects. Leo Dutriaux
  14. Keep an eye on what you learn! Overt spatial attention supports verbal working memory. Luca Rinaldi, Peter Brugger, Christopher Bockisch, Giovanni Bertolini , & Luisa Girelli
  15. Re-thinking gesture as Cognition-in-Action: An investigation into the gesture repertoires of a neuro-atypical population. Marilyn Panayi
  16. Comparing predictions of a computational model with behavioral measures of auditory saliency. Gisella Micciantuono, Davide Nardo, Marta Olivetti Belardinelli, & Emiliano Macaluso
  17. Auditory salience: a detailed behavioural evaluation. Gisella Micciantuono, Davide Nardo, Marta Olivetti Belardinelli, & Emiliano Macaluso
  18. Navigation (or Way-finding) in a large-scale urban environment: The impact of navigation aids on spatial descriptions. Célia Mores, Marie Paule Daniel, Doriane Gras, & Valérie Gyselinck
  19. Empathy: emotional contagion or emotional reaction? Léonor Philip
  20. Dissociation between objective and subjective components of visual short-term memory: the role of memory load and memory content. Silvia Bona
  21. Remembering where: how different spatial representations work together for an effective orientation in virtual environments. Silvia Serino, Pietro Cipresso, & Giusepe Riva.
  22. Integration of spatial information across vision and language. Stephanie Pantelides, Jonathan Kelly & Marios Avraamides
  23. Imagining the pain of others: the role of perspective-taking and trait impulsivity. Boroka Gács,  Béla Birkás, & Árpád Csathó
  24. The influence of perceived stereotype threat on map learning in older adults. Veronica Muffato, Chiara Meneghetti, Erika Borella, Rossana De Beni and Caterina Suitner
  25. Spatial mental models perspective after physical exploration among blind and sighted participants. Ilaria Santoro, Fabrizio Sors, Mauro Murgia, & Tiziano Agostini
  26. Influence of proprioceptive information on reference frame choices during visual learning of spatial information. Christina Adamou & Marios Avraamides
  27. The oblique effect: how do you know what’s vertical, tilted or horizontal?  Kyriaki Mikellidou, Guido Cicchini, Peter Thompson, & David Burr
  28. Saliency, competitive interactions, and top-down biases: modeling perceptual load. Kleanthis Neokleous, Andria Shimi, & Marios Avraamides
  29. Attention in individuals with conduct problems and callous-unemotional traits: eye tracking data. Melina Kyranides & Kostas Fanti
  30. Incidental updating of spatial relations. Savvas Avraam & Marios Avraamides