International Convention of Psychological Science 2019 – Paris

Professor Tony Lambert And Dr. Nathan Ryckman will both be presenting posters at the 3rd biannual International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), at Le Palais des Congrès de Paris.

With over 1500 posters to be presented over 12 sessions, make sure to say hello to Tony & Nathan in poster session 6, posters 88 & 86, respectively.

Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Conference 2017

Associate Professor Tony Lambert and Dr. Nathan Ryckman represented the lab in paper and poster sessions (respectively). Tony presented research conducted by Sam Askelund and Nathan Ryckman, observing differences in cuing effects between bilateral and unilateral cues that serve to indicate or counter-indicate the location of an impending target stimulus and the effect of participants being aware or unaware of the cue utility. Nathan presented research from our ongoing project of developing direct measures of dorsal-stream attention using non-conscious stimuli, using eye-movements as responses.

Askelund, S., Ryckman, N. A., & Lambert, A. J. (2017, November). Non-conscious effects of landmark cues on over and covert attention movements. Paper presented at the 7th annual meeting of the Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Adelaide, South Australia.

Ryckman, N. A., & Lambert, A. J. (2017, November). Objective Contrast Threshold Predicts Non-conscious Visual Cue Efficacy and Age. Poster presented at the 7th annual meeting of the Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Adelaide, South Australia.

International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society 2016

The Vision and Attention Lab was represented by Tony Lambert and Jaimie Wilkie at the 2016 International Meeting of the Psyhonomic Society with the presentation of two papers. Both papers were presented during the Exploring Relationships between Two-Process Theories of Attention Shifting and Dual-Stream Models of Vision symposium, alongside papers presented by Alan Kingstone (UBC), Juan Lupiáňez (University of Granada), Ana Chica (University of Granada), and Melissa Le-Hoa Võ (Goeth University).

Lambert, A. J., & Booker, L. (2016, May). Effects of low-luminance peripheral landmarks on eye movements. Paper presented at the International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Granada, Spain.

Wilkie, J., Sciberras-Lim, E., & Lambert, A. J. (2016, May). Effects of cue exposure time and luminance contrast on attention shifting in response to landmark cues and identity cues. Paper presented at the International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Granada, Spain.

International Convention of Psychological Science 2015

The Vision and Attention lab had the honour of presenting at the inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science in Amsterdam. Our lab member Nathan Ryckman presented a poster from his PhD work, detailing the complex relationship between trait neuroticism and individual differences in intentional forgetting abilities.

Ryckman, N. A., Addis, D. R., & Lambert, A. J. (2015, March). A Nuanced Relationship Between Neuroticism and Successful Thought Suppression. Poster presented at the Inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

37th European Conference on Visual Perception 2014

Tony represented the Vision and Cognition Lab in Belgrade Serbia at the 37th meeting of the ECVP.

Lambert, A. J., Greenwood, A., Ryckman, N. A. (2014, August). Effects of visual-spatial semantic attributes on attentional orienting in response to environmental cues. Poster presented at the 37th European Conference on Visual Perception. Belgrade, Serbia.

12th International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience 2014

Tony represented the Vision and Attention Lab at the 12th annual ICON in Brisbane, Australia.

Lambert, A. J., Wootton, A., Ryckman, N. A., Wilkie, J. (2014, July). Role of the dorsal visual stream in shifting attention in response to peripheral visual information. Poster presented at the 12th International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience. Brisbane, Australia.

40th Annual Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference 2013

The Vision and Attention Lab made a strong showing with four members, presenting three posters and one paper, at the 40th annual Australasian EPC in Adelaide, Australia.

 

Lambert, A. J., Wootton, A., & Ryckman, N. A. (2013, April). The dorsal and ventral visual streams make differential re-entrant contributions to the P1 component of visual ERPs, according to task context. Poster presented at the 40th Annual Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Wilkie, J., & Lambert, A. J. (2013, April). Non-conscious effects of peripheral stimuli on visual attention: How to manipulate spatial attention in a design with equal numbers of cued and uncued trials. Poster presented at the 40th Annual Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Ellis, C., Greenwood, A., & Lambert, A. J. (2013, April). Effects of semantic and visuospatial factors on visual orienting in response to spatial cues. Poster presented at the 40th Annual Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.

Ryckman, N. A., Addis, D. R., & Lambert, A. J. (2013, April). Forget about the future. Paper presented at the 40th Annual Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, South Australia.