Teton Village, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
January 4 - January 9, 1987
Organizer: George Sperling, New York University


Sunday, January 4: 6:30 - 8:00 pm *** Reception*** At G. Sperling's hotel room in The Inn.

Monday, January 5: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Reading and Word Processes (Richard Olson, Chair)

Charles Perfetti, U. Pittsburgh. Phonetic Activation Always Occurs in Silent Reading.
Guy Van Orden, U. Colorado. Word Identification and the Decline of Dual Process Theory.
William Prinzmetal, Princeton U. Units of Analysis in Word Perception.
Rebecca Treiman, Wayne State U. Spelling in First Grade Children.
Richard Olson, U. Colorado. Etiology and Remediation of Dyslexia.
Roger Ratcliff and Gail McKoon, Northwestern U. Retrieval Theory of Priming.

Tuesday, January 6: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Visual Anatomy and Physiology (Ralph Freeman, Chair)

David Hubel, Harvard U. Parallel Channels in Vision: Anatomy, Physiology.
Marge Livingstone, Harvard U. Parallel Channels in Vision: Psychophysics.
Gary Blasdel, U. Calgary. Functional Organization of Monkey Striate Cortex.
Ralph Freeman, UC Berkeley. Physiology of Normal and Abnormal Binocular Vision.
Peter Schiller, MIT. On and Off Channels of the Visual System.

Wednesday, January 7: 4:00 - 8:00 pm

Mark Berkley, Florida State U. Contour-Dependent Visual Aftereffects: Neural and Behavioral.
Computational Vision, Psychophysics, and Perception I (George Sperling, Chair)
Slava Prazdny, Artificial Intelligence Lab., FMC. Translation, Rotation, and Scale Invariant Pattern Recognition.
John Aloimonos, U. Maryland. Perception of Motion: Fact and Fiction.
Jeff Mulligan, NASA. Constraint-Based Models of Perception in the Kinetic Depth Effect.
George Sperling, NYU. Fourier and Non-Fourier Motion Systems.

Thursday, January 8: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Computational Vision, Psychophysics, and Perception II (George Sperling, Chair)

Matthew Turk, Martin-Marietta. A Computer Vision System for the Autonomous Land Vehicle.
Kent Stevens, U. Oregon. Local Geometric Evidence for Figure-Ground.
Alex Pentland, SRI. Perceptual Organization: The Parts of Vision.
Stanley Klein, U. Houston. Multiresolution Analysis of Acuity.
Misha Pavel, Stanford U. Uncertainty in Visual Localization.

***Brief Business Meeting***

Friday, January 9: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Perceptual, Motor, and Cognitve Processes (Cathryn Downing, Chair)

Martin Braine, NYU. Some Reasons for Believing That There is a Natural Logic.
Cathryn Downing, NYU. The Effects of Spatial Attention on Visual Processing.
Helen Cunningham, Stanford U. A Differential Equation Model of Visual-Motor Map Rotation.
Larry Maloney, U. Michigan. Distributional Assumptions and Observed Conservatism in SDT.
Rich Shiffrin and Mary Czerwinski, Indiana U. Automatism, Attention, and Visual Search.


Harry P. Bahrick, Ohio Wesleyan U.
Peter Dixon, U. Alberta
Sharon Greene, Bell Com, Morristown, NJ
Tracy Heibeck, Stanford U.
John Krauskopf, NYU
Gail McKoon, Northwestern U.
Ann Murdock, U. Toronto
Bennet Murdock, U. Toronto
Kenneth Roberts, Columbia U.
Sharon Marsh Roberts, NY
John Tangney, AFOSR, Washington, DC
Ilan Vardi, Stanford U.