Short talk titles > Tuesday 24th October 9am-10.45am

Temporal Order and Temporal Binding (Chair: Virginie van Wassenhove)


  1. Rapid Recalibration to Audiovisual Asynchronies occurs Unconsciously.  Erik Van der Burg (The Netherlands), David Alais, John Cass
  2. Time Order is a Psychological BiasLaetitia Grabot (France), Anne Kösem, Leila Azizi, Virginie van Wassenhove 
  3. Reframing Variability in Auditory, Visual, and Audiovisual Timing Tasks: From nuisance to an aid to understand complex systems dynamics.  Lars T Boenke (Germany), Richard Höchenberger, David Alais, Frank W Ohl
  4. Saccadic Temporal Recalibration Leads to a Reversal of Cause and Effect. Brent Parsons (Italy), Dunia Giomo, Domenica Bueti
  5. Perceived Timing of a Visual Event is Affected by Temporal ContextLjubica Jovanovic (France), Pascal Mamassian
  6. Perceived timing of sensory events triggering actions in Parkinson’s disease.Yoshiko Yabe(Canada), Penny A. MacDonald, Melvyn A. Goodale




Entrainment and oscillations (Chair: Sundeep Teki)


  1. Actively Anticipating Upcoming Tempo Changes Modulates Induced Neural Beta Power.  Emily Graber (USA), Takako Fujioka
  2. Neural entrainment reflects temporal predictions guiding speech comprehension.  Anne Kösem (The Netherlands)
  3. Visual to auditory entrainment enhances auditory gap detection performance.  Anna-Katharina R. Bauer (Germany), Martin G. Bleichner, Sylvain Baillet, Stefan Debener
  4. Dynamic preparation of temporal and spatial features for skilled sequence production (MEG) Kornysheva K (UK), Bush D, Meyer S, Sadnicka A, Burgess N, Barnes G 
  5. Neuronal synchrony mediates the attention to time and its estimation.  Shrikanth Kulashekhar (Italy, Finland), Matias J. Palva, Satu Palva
  6. Anticipation of a familiar event is associated with widespread predictive activation of sensory cortical areas. Dan Lloyd (USA)
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