Nineteenth Annual Interdisciplinary Conference
Teton Village, Jackson, Wyoming
January 16 - 21, 1994

Organizer: George Sperling, University of California, Irvine


Sunday, January 16: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. *** Reception *** Registration, Snacks, and Refreshments. Room 230.

Monday, January 17, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Vision.

Bob Patterson, Washington State U. Second-Order (Stereoscopic) Motion Adaptation.
Jeff Mulligan, NASA. The Continuous Barber-Pole Illusion.
Zhong-Lin Lu, UC Irvine. Second-Order Interactions in Spatial Perception.
Ali Azerbayejani, MIT. Segmentation of Rigidly Moving Objects Using Multiple Kalman Filters.
Sandy Pentland, MIT. On Face Recognition.

Tuesday, January 18, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Perception/Physiology.

Gary Blasdel, Harvard Med. Functional Organization and Development of Monkey Striate Cortex.
Michael Crognale, UC Berkeley. Properties and Application of the Spatio-Chromatic Visual Evoked Potential.
Lynn Robertson, UC Davis. Attention to Properties of Objects: A Neuropsychological Evaluation.
Judith Shedden, U. Pittsburgh. Behavioral and Brain-Imaging Approaches to Switching of Visual Spatial Attention.
Samuel Williamson, New York U. Evidence for the Physiological Basis of Iconic Memory.

Wednesday, January 19, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Perception and Attention 1.

(3:55 p.m. Group photo at poolside, outside conference area)

Randolph Blake, Wanderbilt U. Binocular Rivalry.
Geoff Loftus, U. Washington, Sensory and Cognitive Components of Visual Information Acquisition.
Tom Busey, U. Washington. Sensory and Cognitive Components of Binocular Combination.
Erv Hafter, UC Berkeley. Attending to Multiple Levels of Auditory Processing
Richard Shiffrin, Indiana U. Processing Visual Information When Attending Elsewhere

Thursday, January 20, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Attention 2.

MaryLou Cheal, U. Dayton. Metaphors for Visual Attention.
George Sperling, UC Irvine. A Theory of Spatial Attention.
Harold Pashler, UC San Diego. Enhancement versus Noise Suppression in Visual Attention.
Ken Paap, New Mexico State U. It Doesn't Help to Know What You're Looking For in the Word Superiority Effect.
Steve Yantis, Johns Hopkins U. Perceptual Object Representations in Attentional Capture and Apparent Motion.

* * * Business Meeting * * *

Friday, January 21, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Attention 3, Cognition.

Charles Folk, Villanova U. Contingent Attentional Capture.
James Friedrich, Willamette U. The Adaptive Nature of Intuitive Strategies for Covariation Detection.
Robert French, Willamette U. Prototype Biasing in Connectionist Networks.
Jim Townsend, Indiana U. A New Measure of Mental Processing Capacity.

* * * 8:00 Fireside Banquet at The Inn * * *

Other Registered Participants
Erik Blaser, UC Irvine.
Dave Caulton, U. Oregon.
Barbara Dosher, UC Irvine.
David Dillard, Indiana U.
Tom Harrington, Reno, NV.
Colin MacCleod, U. Toronto-Scarborough.
Rick Magaldi, British Airways, London.
Gail McKoon, Northwestern U.
Jennifer McLean, U. Washington.
Danielle McNamara, U. Colorado.
Timothy McNamara, Vanderbilt U.
David Martin, N. Carolina State U.
Ben Murdock, U. Toronto.
Tom Nelson, U. Washington.
Roger Ratcliff, Northwestern U.
Lynne Reder, Carnegie Mellon U.
Alliston Reid, Duke U.
Marilyn Smith, U. Toronto-Scarborough.
Hugh Wilson, U. Chicago.
George Wolford, Dartmouth.
John Tangney, AFOSR.