Teton Village, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

February 2 — February 7, 2003

Organizer: George Sperling, University of California, Irvine

Program 29jan03

Sunday, February 2: 5:00 - 5:30 pm***Reception*** Registration, Snacks, and Refreshments. Rimrock Room.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:30 - 8:00 pm*** First Night Miscellany:

Misha Pavel, Oregon Health & Science U., Pervasive Digital Healthcare: Technology in Support for Successful Aging.
Rod Shankle, UCI. Omental Transposition in Alzheimer's Disease: Neuroimaging and Clinical Results.
Tina Beard, NASA Ames, A Methodology for Defining Occupational Vision Standards.
Zygmunt Pizlo, Purdue U., Human Problem Solving - A New Direction.
Timothy McNamara, Vanderbilt U., Sketch of a Theory of Human Spatial Memory.

Monday, February 3: 4:00 — 8:00 pm Neuroimaging: Sensory Processes, Attention Randy Blake (Organizer)

Randy Blake, Vanderbilt U., Brain Areas Responsive to Biological Motion.
Roger Tootell, Harvard Medical School. TBA
Geoff Boynton, SALK Inst., Cortical Magnification in V1 Predicts Visual Acuity.
Bosco Tjan, USC, Human fMRI Studies of Visual Processing in Noise.
Rene Marois, Vanderbilt U., Psychophysical and fMRI Studies of the Capacity Limits of Visual Attention.
Ted DeYoe, Med. Coll. of Wisc., Some Insights into Functional Similarities of Vision and Hearing.
Gemma Calvert, U. of Oxford, Multisensory Integration in the Human Brain.

Tuesday, February 4: 4:00 — 8:00 pm Neuroimaging: Memory, Information Processing Mick Rugg (Organizer)

Mick Rugg, University College London. Neural Correlates of Episodic Memory Encoding.
Anthony Wagner, MIT. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory With and Without Recollection.
Rik Henson, University College London, Priming Face Recognition.
Tom Busey, Indiana U. Neural Activity in Face Processing Regions is Related to the Response to an Ambiguous Stimulus.
Jim Haxby, Princeton U., Distributed Representations of Faces and Objects in Human Ventral Temporal Cortex.
Kalanit Grill-Spector, Stanford U., The Neural Basis of Visual Object Recognition
Patrik Vuilleumier, University of Geneva, Top-down Emotional Influences from Amygdala on Face Processing.

Wednesday, February 5: 4:00 — 8:00 pm Sensory and Perceptual Cortical Processing Tania Pasternak (Organizer)

Steve Shevell, U Chicago, A Cortical Receptive Field Accounts for Color Shifts Induced by Chromatic Patterns.
Tony Movshon, NYU, The Role of Horizontal Intracortical Connections in "Long-range" Spatial Interactions.
Charlie Gray, Montana State U., Adaptive Coincidence Detection and Dynamic Gain Control in Visual Cortical Neurons In Vivo.
Ken Britten, UC Davis, MST and the perception of optic flow.
Tatiana Pasternak, U. of Rochester, Cognitive Influences in Cortical Area MT
John Reynolds, Salk Inst., Competitive Circuits in Macaque Extrastriate Cortex During Selective Attention to Superimposed Stimuli.
Jackie Gottlieb, Columbia U., Neurophysiological Mechanisms of Visual Attention in Monkey Posterior Parietal Cortex.

Thursday, February 6: 4:00 — 8:00 pm Vision

Lynne Kiorpes, NYU, Extended Development of Global Visual Functions.
Ione Fine, UC San Diego, Vision in the Blind.
Michael Rudd, U. Washington, Perceptual and Neural Filling-in of Achromatic Color: A Computational Model.
Lenny Kontsevich, Smith-Kettlewell, Trajectory Correlation versus 2-D Correlation in Object Recognition.
Jeff Mulligan, NASA Ames, Eye Movement Dynamics Reveal the Time-Course of Visual Motion Processing.
Anna Zalevski, Oxford U., Conflict Between Horizonal Disparitiy and Vertical Scaling in Stereoacuity.
Zhong-Lin Lu, USC - Black-white asymmetry in vision
George Sperling, UCI - Deriving the properties of motion systems from a competition paradigm.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .**Brief Business Meeting**

Friday, February 7: 4:00 — 8:00 pm Decision and Memory

Bill Geisler, U. Texas Austin. Multiple-fixation Visual Search: Gaze-contingent Displays and the Ideal Searcher
Roger Ratcliff, Northwestern U., Neural recording and decision models.
Scott Brown, UC Irvine, Sequential Sampling in Perceptual Choice Models: Is It Necessary?
Barbara Dosher, UC Irvine. Object Attention
Richard Shiffrin and Amy Criss, Indiana U., Memory Representations of Single Items and Pairs.
David Huber, U. Colorado, Correspondences Between Neural Dynamics and Inference in a Generative Model.
Mark Steyvers, UCI, The Topics Model for Semantic Representation.

* * * 8:15pm Fireside Banquet at The Inn * * *