Wednesday 3rd Sept 13:00-14:00

  1. Sensorimotor plasticity associated with adaptation to time-compressed speech
    Patti Adank & Joseph T. Devlin
  2. The Hatfield Image Test (HIT): a new picture test and norms for experimental and clinical use
    Rebecca L. Adlington, Keith R Laws & Tim M. Gale
  3. A case study of long-lasting mirror writing
    Valentina Gerarda Angelillo, Luigi Trojano, Natascia De Lucia & Dario Grossi
  4. Early detection of cognitive impairment in aging and dementia
    Olga Bruna, Miguel Puyuelo, Noemí Cullell, Victoria Villalta, Anna Dergham, Gema Nieves, Judit Subirana, Carles Virgili & Elisabeth H. Wiig
  5. When Marylyn Monroe name is not primed by his own face: insight from semantic dementia
    Marco Calabria, Claudia Repetto, Maria Cotelli, Patrizia Bisiacchi & Carlo Miniussi
  6. Role of manipulability in object naming: a study on temporal lobes tumours
    Fabio Campanella, Miran Skrap & Tim Shallice
  7. The bimodal bilingual brain: an fMRI investigation of signed language and speech reading in deaf and hearing adults
    Cheryl M. Capek, Bencie Woll, Mairead MacSweeney, Dafydd Waters, Anthony S. David, Philip K. McGuire, Michael J. Brammer & Ruth Campbell
  8. Interactions and dissociations between time, numerosity and space processing
    Marinella Cappelletti, Elliot Freeman & Lisa Cipolotti
  9. Can patterns of hand use suggest a marker for atypical language lateralisation?
    David P. Carey, Patricia E.G. Bestelmeyer, Catriona J. Stevenson & Hannah Carver
  10. Change in neuropsychological function in people with mild Alzheimer disease after one year of cognitive training
    Noemi Cerulla, J.C. Cejudo, M. Garolera, D. Rodriguez, T. Rey, L. Delgado & C. Civit
  11. Effect of normal and pathological aging on episodic musical learning memory
    Sylvain Clément & Séverine Samson
  12. The effect of a perceptual fading training on the categorical perception of a voicing continuum
    Gregory Collet, Cécile Colin, Ingrid Hoonhorst, Paul Deltenre, Willy Serniclaes & Jacqueline Leybaert
  13. Nouns and verbs in the brain: A metanalysis of 27 fMRI and PET studies
    Davide Crepaldi, Manuela Berlingeri, Isabella Cattinelli, Eraldo Paulesu, Alberto Borghese & Claudio Luzzatti
  14. Item retrieval and competition in noun and verb generation: an fMRI study
    Cristiano Crescentini, Emiliano Macaluso & Tim Shallice
  15. Apraxic agraphia following a vascular lesion in the right cerebellum: two case reports
    Hyo Jung De Smet, H. Baillieux, P.F. Paquier & P. Mariën
  16. Effect of stressful life events on cognitive decline in normal ageing individuals
    Jeanette Dijkstra, K. Smeets, M. van Boxtel, J. Prickaerts & G. Kenis
  17. Multi-element processing in developmental dyslexia: evidence from single case studies and data modelling
    Matthieu Dubois, Søren Kyllingsbæk & Sylviane Valdois
  18. Selective deficit of orthographic input lexicon in two Italian surface dyslexics
    Alessia Folegatti, Lorenzo Pia, Anna Berti & Roberto Cubelli
  19. The mental representation of musical notation: the SNOARC effect
    Antonia Fumarola, C. Umiltà & K. Priftis
  20. The Queen Square Test of Auditory Cognition (QSTAC): a novel neuropsychological battery for assessing patients with dementia
    Johanna C. Goll, Sebastian J. Crutch, Elizabeth K. Warrington & Jason D. Warren
  21. Neural correlates underlying musical and verbal semantic memory
    Mathilde Groussard, F. Viader, B. Landeau, B. Desgranges, F. Eustache & H. Platel
  22. Musical semantics is relatively spared in semantic dementia
    Julia C. Hailstone, Rohani Omar, Jane E. Warren & Jason D. Warren
  23. Effectiveness of a new comprehensive and multi-dimensional intervention in older women with cognitive complaints
    Esther M. Hoogenhout, Renate H. M. de Groot, Sil Aarts & Jelle Jolles
  24. Separating numerical and non-numerical encyclopaedic knowledge: Evidence from a patient with posterior cortical atrophy
    Elfriede Karner. L. Zamarian, T. Benke & M. Delazer
  25. The identification of refractory disorders in dementia
    Mary L. Keilty, Elizabeth K. Warrington & Sebastian J. Crutch
  26. Left middle frontal gyrus and left motor area in the processing of grammatical and semantic information. A TMS study
    Emanuele Lo Gerfo, Massimiliano Oliveri, Sara Torriero, Giacomo Koch, Silvia Salerno & Carlo Caltagirone
  27. Effects of prenatal testosteron on lateralization in children
    Jessica Lust, Reint Geuze, Ton Groothuis, Bernd Riedstra Cornelieke van de Beek, Peggy Cohen-Kettenis & Anke Bouma
  28. Determinant of motor performance across the age span
    Jason A. Martin, C. Hughes, D.Peters & M.G.Edwards
  29. Category specificity in Alzheimer’s disease: a normal ageing effect?
    F. Javier Moreno-Martinez & Keith R. Laws
  30. Time estimation abilities in traumatic brain injury patients: A study in the range of minutes
    Christine Moroni, L. Danjou, P. Mouquet & M.Noulhiane
  31. A selective deficit in the appreciation and recognition of brightness: brightness agnosia?
    Tanja C.W. Nijboer, Gudrun M.S. Nys, Maarten J. van der Smagt & Edward H.F. de Haan
  32. Effects of prismatic adaptation on time representation
    Massimiliano Oliveri, Barbara Magnani & Francesca Frassinetti
  33. When all hypotheses are right: A comparative VBM study of adult normal and dyslexic readers
    Cyril Pernet & Jean Francois Demonet
  34. Alzheimer’s disease and memory semantic deficit: a feature listing study
    Roberta Perri, Gian Daniele Zannino, Carlo Caltagirone & Giovanni Augusto Carlesimo
  35. Category-specific impairment in semantic dementia? Evidence from 35 cases
    Jonin Pierre-Yves, C. Merck, E. Leray & S. Belliard
  36. Effects of optokinetic stimulation on mental number interval bisection: Evidence from neglect
    Konstantinos Priftis, M. Pitteri, F. Meneghello, C. Umiltà & M. Zorzi
  37. Comparison of objective and subjective measures in ageing
    Kate Richardson-Frankton, G. Mazzoni, & C. Guerrini
  38. An orange is a ball is not a fruit: the origin of misidentifications in associative visual agnosia
    Estelle Robert, M. Di Pietro, A. Schnider & R. Ptak
  39. Serial position effects in speech production: Contrasting patterns in patients with different loci of impairment
    Cristina Romani, Andrew Olson & Claudia Galluzzi
  40. Effects of TMS on different stages of motor and non-motor verb processing in the primary motor cortex
    Raffaella I. Rumiati, Liuba Papeo, Antonio Vallesi & Alessio Isaja
  41. Numerical recodification and quantitative number knowledge: evidence of double dissociation
    María Pilar Salguero-Alcañiz, Jose Ramón & Alameda-Bailén
  42. Word reading and word bisection in spatial neglect: opposite results, the same interpretation
    Silvia Savazzi, Francesca Mancini, Lucio Posteraro & Gianluigi Veronesi
  43. A PET study of words recognition in patients with bilateral cochlear implants
    Kuzma Strelnikov, E. Eter, J. Rouger, S. Lagleyre, J-F. Demonet, P. Barone & O. Deguine
  44. Assessment of lateralization during various language tasks: a functional Transcranial Doppler study
    Nathalie Stroobant, Diewertje Buijs & Guy Vingerhoets
  45. How Does Implicit Learning Age? Evidence in Children, Young People and Elderly People
    Marcela Tenorio, Ricardo Rosas D., Francisco Ceric & María Teresa Aravena
  46. Loss of metric information with spared categorical information in open-loop antipointing
    Alessio Toraldo, V. Manfredi, I. Curti, S. Bosoni, G. Mora & A. Zaliani
  47. Pitch height in your hands: an alternative account for SMARC effect
    Pietro Davide Trimarchi & Claudio Luzzatti
  48. Musical Assessment during the intracarotid propofol procedure in a professional musician: A case of refractory epilepsy
    Isabel Trujillo Pozo, Martín Monzón, Isabel Mª; Villalobos López, Paloma; Moreno Castro, Gonzalo; Rodríguez Uranga, Juan J.; Montero Elena, José M.; González García, Alejandro; Villalobos Chaves, Francisco; Jiménez Hernández, Mª Dolores
  49. Reciprocal modulation between semantic and temporal information in healthy humans
    Patrizia Turriziani, Daniela Smirni, Patrizia Pecoraro, Lisa Cipolotti & Massimiliano Oliveri
  50. New perspectives in foreign accent syndrome
    Jo W. Verhoeven & Peter Mariën
  51. Transcortical sensory aphasia with preserved spontaneous speech and naming: Characteristics and recovery
    Mile G. Vukovic & Irena Vukovic
  52. Lexico-semantic and perceptual processing of fingerspelling and dynamic text
    Dafydd Waters, Cathy J. Price, Bencie Woll, Ferath Kherif & Mairéad MacSweeney
  53. Odor identification: an indicator for future cognitive decline?
    Eike Wehling, Steven Nordin, Martin Andersson, Arvid Skjerve, Jonn-Terje Geitung, Ivar Reinvang & Astri J. Lundervold

Wednesday 3rd Sept 15:30-16:30

  1. “Closing-in behaviour” in Alzheimer’s disease and Fronto-temporal dementia
    Elisabetta Ambron, Francesca Allaria, Robert D. McIntosh & Sergio Della Sala
  2. Thinking touch: Unravelling the mechanisms behind tactile imagery
    Helen A. Anema, Alyanne M. de Haan & H. Chris Dijkerman
  3. Is motor imagery influenced by personal neglect and proprioceptive deficits?
    Ulrike M. Baas, P. Gander, N. Ritz, K. Gutbrod, R. Müri & W. Perrig
  4. Neuropsychological processes of motor imagery compared with motor scripts and action verbs. ERPs applied to motor representation
    Michela Balconi & Edoardo Santucci
  5. Cognitive correlates of anosognosia in cortical and sub-cortical frontal dementia
    Anna Maria Barbarulo, Dario Grossi, Gianfranco Puoti, Roberto Cotrufo & Luigi Trojano
  6. Rhythm cueing of cognitive functions: Training effects in ideomotor-apraxia
    Nicolò F. Bernardi, Silvia Aggujaro, Franco Molteni, Angelo Maravita & Claudio Luzzatti
  7. TMS-based evidence for the independence of ventriloquism effect and audio-visual integration
    Caterina Bertini, Fabrizio Leo, Alessio Avenanti & Elisabetta Làdavas
  8. Variability in performance: Is it informative?
    Mario Bonato, Konstantinos Priftis, Roberto Marenzi & Marco Zorzi
  9. The Role of Basal Ganglia in Action Imitation: Neuropsychological Evidence from Parkinson’s disease Patients
    Carolina Bonivento, G.W.Humphreys, R.I.Rumiati & E. Biasutti
  10. Eye scanpaths during perception and imagery of a map of France
    Clémence Bourlon, B. Oliviero, C. Duret & P. Bartolomeo
  11. Perception, action, and illusion: Resolving a long-standing controversy by meta-analysis
    Nicola Bruno
  12. An explanatory theory of higher brain function
    Peter G. Burton
  13. Anti-saccades and anti-pointing in right hemisphere lesioned patients: evidence for
    selective impairment in patients with neglect
  14. Stephen H. Butler, Stephanie Rossit, Bettina Olk, Keith Muir & Monika Harvey
  15. Covert shifts of attention resist distraction: implications for the premotor theory
    Antimo Buonocore & Robert D. McIntosh
  16. Temporal perception in spatial neglect: A distorted representation?
    Marco Calabria, Michela Ungaro, Gianna Santus, Daniele Malgrati, Antonio Miozzo, Alessandro Padovani & Carlo Miniussi
  17. Functionality-dependent tool embodiment
    Lucilla Cardinali, F. Frassinetti, C. Brozzoli, A. C. Roy, C. Urquizar & A. Farnè
  18. An integrated evaluation approach for topographical disorientation
    Laura Carelli, Francesca Morganti, Maria Luisa Rusconi, Flavia Mattioli & Giuseppe Riva
  19. On the possible interaction between egocentric and allocentric Representation
    Rossella Cogliano, Dario Grossi & Luigi Trojano
  20. Extrastriate body area activity during haptic body exploration
    Marcello Costantini, Cosimo Urgesi, Gaspare Galati, Gian Luca Romani & Salvatore Maria Aglioti
  21. Visual context and grip planning in participants with left and right hemiparetic cerebral palsy
    Céline Crajé, John van der Kamp & Bert Steenbergen
  22. Direct stimulation of the posterior parietal cortex disrupts visually guided grasping in an epilepsy patient
    Chris Dijkerman, Joost Meekes, Edward de Haan & Frans Leijten
  23. The role of parietal-frontal disconnection in unilateral spatial neglect: a DTI - MRI study
    Fabrizio Doricchi, Sheila Merola, Marika Urbansky, Mara Cercignani, Michel Thiebaut de Schotten, Paolo
  24. Bartolomeo, Marco Bozzali & Francesco Tomaiuolo
  25. Effects of modafinil and methylphenidate on perceptual processing speed and short-term memory storage capacity parameters
    Kathrin Finke, Chris Dodds, Peter Bublak, Ralf Regenthal, Frank Baumann, Tom Manlysa & Ulrich Müller
  26. Mental practice in patients with multiple sclerosis
    Susanne Glatzl & T. Berger
  27. Moyamoya syndrome: Neuropsychological sequelae in a young girl
    Cathy M. Grant, Arleta Starza-Smith & Peter Rankin
  28. The emotional control of action: ERP evidence
    Alessandro Grecucci, Evan Balaban, Tania Buiatti, Riccardo Budai & Raffaella Ida Rumiati
  29. A case study of congenital prosopagnosia: Its relationships with visual memory and learning
    Anne-Marie J. Hufty, Marina Gasparini, Emanuela Salati, Delia Lenzia, Gian Luigi Lenzi & Giuseppe Bruno
  30. Prism adaptation speeds up recovery of neglect in the acute phase post stroke
    Rients B. Huitema, Patrick C. Vroomen & Wiebo H. Brouwer
  31. Planning and control of discrete bimanual actions in right- and left-handers
    Loes Janssen, Marieke van der Graaff, Ruud Meulenbroek & Bert Steenbergen
  32. Human consciousness: Where it is from
    Boris Kotchoubey
  33. Balint’ syndrome due to bilateral posterior/parietal infarction, rehabilitation strategies and goal measurement
    Anna Marino & Stine Poulsen
  34. The influence of increased phasic alertness on spatial and non-spatial deficits in neglect patients
    Ellen Matthias, i.K. Peter Bublak, Hermann Müller, Werner X. Schneider, Ingo Keller & Kathrin Finke
  35. How automatic is the hand’s automatic pilot?
    Amy Mulroue & R. D. McIntosh
  36. ERP, ophthalmological, neuropsychological and MRI assessment of visual processing in preterm children
    Michelle A. O'Reilly, Brigitte Vollmer, Faraneh-Vargha-Khadem, Brian Neville, Alan Connelly, John Wyatt, Chris Timms & Michelle de Haan
  37. Mental imagery and hemispheric specialization: a brain-damaged patients study
    Liana Palermo, R. Nori, L. Piccardi, F. Giusberti & C. Guariglia
  38. Cross-modal recalibration of auditory spatial perception: New evidence from neglect and hemianopia
    Claudia Passamonti, Ilja Frissen & Elisabetta Làdavas
  39. To recover or not from optic ataxia relies on a critical lesion site
    Marie-Therese Perenin & Simon Clavagnier
  40. An fMRI investigation of the cortical network underlying detection and categorization abilities in hemianopic patients.
    Celine Perez, O. Coubard, C. Cavezian, F. Andersson, G. Doucet, O. Gout & S. Chokron
  41. Object-centered pseudoneglect for nonverbal stimuli
    Lorenzo Pia, Marco Neppi-Modona, Alessia Folegatti & Sara Rosso
  42. Congenital prosopagnosia: a neuropsychological study on two siblings.
    Marta Ponari, Angela de'Santis, Alfredo Postiglione & Dario Grossi
  43. Effects of supranuclear progressive palsy on the redundant target
    Konstantinos Priftis, A. Cagnin, S. Savazzi, E. Gasparoli, M. Pitteri, R. Manara, C. Umiltà & M. Zorzi
  44. The influence of hemispatial neglect on constructional performance in copying a cube
    Kathleen Roten, Christophe Lafosse, & Kim Van Cleempoel
  45. Hypnotizability - dependent modulation of postural control: effects of the alteration of the visual and leg proprioceptive input
    Enrica Santarcangelo, E. Scattina, A. Macerata, G. Carli & D. Manzoni
  46. Repetita iuvant: Object-centred neglect in non-verbal visual stimuli induced by repeated exposure
    Silvia Savazzi, Francesca Mancini, Gianluigi Veronesi & Lucio Posteraro
  47. Quantitative, parametric assessment of attentional components in adults with attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder (ADHD)
    Wolfgang Schwarzkopf, Kristina Fast, Michael Riedel, Werner X. Schneider, Hermann J. Müller, Hans-J. Möller & Kathrin Finke
  48. Separating sensation and perception in human touch
    Grazia Spitoni, Gaspare Galati, Gabriella Antonucci, Patrick Haggard & Luigi Pizzamiglio
  49. Motor imagery and rehabilitation: How specific is the training?
    Bert Steenbergen & Celine Craje
  50. Neural fate of conscious and nonconscious perception of fearful body language in hemispatial neglect
    Marco Tamietto, Franco Cauda, Katiuscia Sacco, Federico Cossa, Sergio Duca, Giuliano Geminiani & Beatrice de Gelder
  51. “Anisometry”: perceptual or visuo-motor?
    Alessio Toraldo, V. Manfredi, I. Curti, D. Rivolta, S. Bosoni & C. Pistarini
  52. Readiness potentials in hemiplegic patients: Evidence from a single-case
    Diana Torta, Lorenzo Pia, Alessia Folegatti, Marco Neppi-Modona, Sergio Vighetti, Paola Perozzo, Lorys Castelli, Paolo Cerrato & Anna Berti
  53. Apperceptive “hemi-propopagnosia”: A case of persistent prosopomet amorphopsia for the left side of space
    Luigi Trojano, Sara Salzano, Massimiliano Conson, *Valentino Manzo, *Angiola Maria Fasanaro & Dario Grossi
  54. The role of white matter disconnection in left visual neglect
    Marika Urbanski, Michel Thiebaut de Schotten Sebastian Rodrigo, Catherine Oppenheim, Jean-François Méder, Emmanuel Touzé, Karynne Moreau Marianne Blanchard, Catherine Loeper-Jeny, Bruno Dubois & Paolo Bartolomeo
  55. Dysfunction of right hemisphere attentional networks in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
    Nathalie Vaes, Sarah Geeraerts,Karl Verfaillie, Christophe Lafosse & Erik Vandenbussche
  56. Dorsal stream dysfunction in Williams Syndrome: A study of egocentric and allocentric perception
    Marieke van Asselen, Inês Bernardino & Miguel Castelo-Branco
  57. Impairment of elementary visuomotor processes in preterm born children: proposal for a pathogenic mechanism
    Koen Van Braeckel, P.R. Butcher, R.H. Geuze, A.F. Bos & A. Bouma
  58. Oculomotor distractors in unilateral visual neglect
    Stefan Van der Stigchel & T.C.W. Nijboer
  59. Reversed neglect for number space:A single case study
    Jean-Philippe van Dijck, Wim Gevers, Christophe Lafosse, Fabrizio Doricchi & Wim Fias
  60. Distinguishing the frontal and parietal components of egocentric neglect
    Vincent Verdon, C.-A. Hauert & P. Vuilleumier
  61. Toward a better understanding of apraxia: Neural correlates of functional tool knowledge
    Guy Vingerhoets

Thursday 4th Sept 13:00-14:00

  1. Cerebellum and cognition: a meta-analysis
    Kristien Aarts, R.K.C. Kessels & M.J.E. van Zandvoort
  2. Decision making, emotion and behaviour in Motor Neurone disease
    Sharon Abrahams, A. Dunlop, R. Hanson, C. Langridge, E. McNeil & J. Newton
  3. High accuracy detection of malingered depressive syndrome
    Sara Agosta & Giuseppe Sartori
  4. Cognitive deficits after STN-DBS
    Luisa A. Albuquerque, Miguel Coelho & Isabel Pavão Martins
  5. Is a mannequin action so different from a human one? An empirical ERP study on action representation of biological and non-biological
    Michela Balconi & Davide Crivelli
  6. The frontal variant of Alzheimer’s disease: A comparison with typical Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia
    Anna Maria Barbarulo, Luigi Trojano, Gianfranco Puoti, Roberto Cotrufo & Dario Grossi
  7. The effect of attention on learning disorders in children with Neurofibromatosis type 1
    Evelien M. Barendse, Femke K. Aarsen & Marc P.H. Hendriks
  8. Mental fatigue and coping after traumatic brain injury
    Angélique Belmont, Nathalie Agar & Philippe Azouvi
  9. Exploration of pruritus by fonctional neuro-imaging
    Laure Bergeret, Pierre Celsis, David Black & Jennifer Theunis
  10. Identification and recognition of facial expressions in Alzheimer’s disease
    Soline Bogey, Céline Borg, Catherine Thomas-Antérion, Brigitte Nevers & Bernard Laurent
  11. Abnormal emotional stimuli processing in Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease
    Céline Borg, Catherine Thomas-Anterion, Soline Bogey, Mélanie Julien & Bernard Laurent
  12. The Functional Independence Measure as an indication for functional outcome in stroke patients
    Ann Bosmans & Christophe Lafosse
  13. Type 1 diabetes: a four year follow-up on cognitive functioning
    Ineke Brands, E. van Duinkerken, J M. L. Henselmans, J.W. van der Beek Boter, R.P.L.M. Hoogma,
  14. L.J.Kappelle, E.H.F. de Haan; R.P.C. Kessels & G.J. Biessels
  15. Preservation of crystallised intelligence in delirium
    Laura Brown, Harriet Ferner, Jennie Robertson, Ian J. Deary & Dr Alasdair M. J. MacLullich
  16. Characteristics of category fluency words: An analysis of differences between mild cognitive impairment & Alzheimer's disease
    Vanessa Buckley, Shane O'Mara, David Robinson, Conor O'Luanaigh, Erin Tehee, Irene Bruce, ,
  17. Brian Lawlor & Robert Coen
  18. Psychological and neuropsychological aspects of chronic pain: on the need for individual profile analysis
    Teresa Burke, Frances Dawson & Catherine Norton
  19. Validation study of the scale SCOPA-COG in patients with Parkinson's disease
    Noemi Calzado, M.Aguilar, ,L. Casas, D.Badenes & O.García
  20. Theory of mind in neurodegenerative diseases
    Marco Cavallo, Sharon Abrahams, Ivan Enrici, Sarah E. MacPherson & Mauro Adenzato
  21. Coping styles after acquired brain injury
    Gisela Claessens, S.Z. Stapert, I. Brands & C. van Heugten
  22. The adoption of Test of NonVerbal Intelligence-3 (TONI-3) in Cyprus
    Marios Constantinou
  23. Effects of constraint induced movement therapy on motor planning in young children with congenital hemiparesis
    Céline Crajé, Pauline B.M. Aarts & Bert Steenbergen
  24. Impaired vocal emotion recognition in patients with medial temporal lobe resection including amygdale
    Delphine Dellacherie, Pascal Belin, Michel Baulac & Séverine Samson
  25. Emotional dysfunction in ambulant, aggressive, forensic psychiatric patients: Alexithymia and decision making in a clinical sample (current research, preliminary results)
    Ralf P.M. De Werd, J.I.M. Egger, S. Feddes, M.P.H. Hendriks & B.H. Bulten
  26. Altered coupling between resting state networks in autism spectrum disorders: Implications for social cognition
    Sjoerd J. Ebisch, Roel M. Willems, Dante Mantini, Vittorio Gallese, Wouter B. Groen, Jan K. Buitelaar, Rutger Jan van der Gaag, Gian Luca Romani & Harold Bekkering
  27. The assessment of premorbid functioning in Greek: challenges and solutions
    Alexandra Economou
  28. Emotion recognition in late Parkinson´s disease: a study of facial expression and emotional prosody
    Silvia M. Fernandes, Luisa Albuquerque, Maurício Martins, Miguel Coelho & Isabel Pavão Martins
  29. Cognitive predictors of quality of life change for schizophrenic participants in a cognitive rehabilitation program
    Maite Garolera, S.Guijarro, G.Garrido, L.Fernandez-de la Cruz, I.Ramos & M.C.Ramirez
  30. Depressive mood and cognition after ischemic stroke
    Marleen J.J. Gerritsen, Annemarie C. Visser-Keizer & Betto G. Deelman
  31. Social cognition impairments in patients with Motor Neurone disease
    Alessandra Girardi, Sarah E. MacPherson & Sharon Abrahams
  32. When imitating is surviving: Motor learning in emotional context
    Alessandro Grecucci, Roma Siugzdaite, Alessio Isaja & Raffaella Ida Rumiati
  33. Subsyndromal mood symptoms, cognition, and psychosocial functioning in euthymic bipolar patients
    Marc P.H. Hendriks, R.M. Van Erp Taalman Kip, J.I.M. Egger, E.G. Hartong, J. Jeuken & W.M.A. Verhoeven
  34. Conscious and unconscious processing of fear after right amygdala damage: a single case ERP study
    Joost Heutink, Wiebo H. Brouwer, Bauke M. de Jong & Anke Bouma
  35. Depression in multiple sclerosis: Reactive or endogenous?
    Kathryn L. Holden & Claire Isaac
  36. Effects of age on multisensory integration and social interaction
    Edyta Monika Hunter & Sarah E. MacPherson
  37. The Role of Abstract Reasoning in Emotional Processing in Schizophrenia
    Lana Marija Ilankovic, Rolf Engel, Michael Riedel & Kristina Fast
  38. Establishing the cultural (in-)appropriateness of neuropsychological tests
    Mary H. Kosmidis, Eleni Aretouli & Amaryllis Malegiannaki
  39. In pursuit of cognitive processes in acute coma
    Boris Kotchoubey, J. Daltrozzo, N. Wioland, V. Mutschler, P. Lutun, A. Jaeger, B. Calon, A. Meyer & T. Pottecher
  40. The effect of multidisciplinary rehabilitation health care unit on the outcome of stroke
    Christophe Lafosse, K. Wille, G. Vanhoydonck, M. Troch, N. Vaes, C. Sneyers, E. Vantichelt, K. Aerts, M. Moeremans & L. Dereymaeker
  41. The underlying mechanisms of verbal fluency deficits in semantic dementia (SD) and frontotemporal dementia (fv-FTD)
    Mickael Laisney, Vanessa Matuszewski, Florence Mézenge, Bénédicte Giffard, Serge Belliard, Vincent de la Sayette, Francis Eustache & Béatrice Desgranges
  42. Neurological soft signs and neuropsychological measures: Evolution and correlation during late childhood
    Martin Lauterbach, Isabel Pavão Martins, Brenda Townes, Peter Slade, Tim DeRouen, Michael Martin, Alexandre Castro Caldas & Jorge Leitão
  43. Cognitive dysfunction in acute coronary syndrome patients
    Irene León, R. Cánovas, L. Roldán-Tapia, J.M. Cimadevilla, J. Peinado & A. Cárdenas
  44. Neural circuits of perceiving unexpected emotional reaction of someone else: an effective connectivity study on empathy
    Evelyne Lepron & Jean-François Démonet
  45. The effects of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) on cognitive functioning among individuals with Major Depressive Disorder
    Maeve A. Mangaoang, S. Beatty, E.T. Burke, B. Hannigan, S.M. O’Mara & J.V. Lucey
  46. Decision making impairment in high-functioning multiple sclerosis patients
    Cristina Mapelli, Stefania Rota, Valeria Isella & Ildebrando Marco Appollonio
  47. Clusters of behavioral, social, emotional and cognitive profiles in patients with frontotemporal dementia
    Diana L. Matallana, P. Montanes, C. Santacruz, P. Reyes, C. Cano & F. Matamoros
  48. Emotional facial expression comprehension, laterality, EEG alpha band power and behavioural inhibition (BIS) and activation (BAS)
    Guido Mazza & Michela Balconi
  49. Neuropsychological follow-up of patients with refractory epilepsy treated with deep brain stimulation
    Marijke Miatton, Evert Thiery, Kristl Vonck, Paul Boon, Dirk Van Roost & Guy Vingerhoets
  50. Emotion in moral judgement: a psychophysiological study
    Giovanna Moretto, Elisabetta Làdavas, Flavia Mattioli & Giuseppe di Pellegrino
  51. Evaluation of cognitive mesures before treatment of revascularation in patients with severe carotid stenosis
    Silvia Muntal, L. Casas, D. Badenes & M. Aguilar
  52. Significant cognitive differences between first-episode psychosis and chronic patients matched one on one
    Natalia Ojeda, Javier Peña, Pedro Sanchez, Rafael Segarra, Iñaki Eguiluz, Edorta Elizagarate, Ana Blanca Yoller, Jesus Ezcurra & Miguel gutierrez
  53. Neuropsychological follow up over a three-year period in a case of neuro-metabolic disease (Wilson’s disease)
    Jayshree Panchal & P. Vesey
  54. The profile of cognitive impairment in cardiac arrest patients may vary according to the overall severity of cogitive deficits
    Erja T. Poutiainen & Marjaana Tiainen
  55. The role of mirror neurons in processing vocal emotions: Evidence from psychophysiological data
    Vijayachandra Ramachandra, Sara Lisiewski & Nina DePalma
  56. Cognitive decline in type 2 diabetes mellitus: a longitudinal population-based study
    Yael D. Reijmer, E. van den Berg, R.P.C. Kessels, L.J. Kappelle & G.J. Biessels
  57. Electrophysiological correlates of monetary gains and losses in a competitive context: An ERP investigation
    Davide Rigoni, Sara Agosta, Giuseppe Sartori & Rino Rumiati
  58. Visuoperceptive and executive deficit in children born prematurely
    Lola Roldán-Tapia, Maria Mar Sanchez-Joya, Lourdes Martinez-Cazorla &Julio Ramos-Lizana
  59. The impact of depressive symptoms on cognitive functions in alcohol dependence
    Claudia I. Rupp, Eliane Norcia, Martin Kurz & W.Wolfgang Fleischhacker
  60. Functional independence between arithmetical operations
    María Pilar Salguero-Alcañiz, José Ramón & Alameda-Bailén
  61. Cognitive defects and pathological gambling in patients with Parkinson’s disease
    Gabriella Santangelo, Luigi Trojano, Carmine Vitale, Francesca Verde, Dario Grossi & Paolo Barone
  62. Regional cerebral blood flow changes related to passive finger movements in persistent vegetative state
    Stein Silva, Jean François Demonet & Isabelle Loubinoux
  63. Novelty-seeking and risk-taking in Parkinson's disease
    Victoria Singh-Curry, Nico Bunzeck, Richard Perry, Peter Bain, Emrah Duzel & Masud Husain
  64. Gray and white matter volume reductions in adolescents with history of extremely and very preterm birth
    Sara Soria-Pastor, Ana Narberhaus,, Carme Junqué, Mónica Giménez, Dolors Segarra, Núria Bargalló, Francesc Botet
  65. Effect of remote mild-to-moderate TBI on cognitive reserve: a report from the Maastricht Aging Study
    Sven Z. Stapert, P.W.M. van Gerven, M.P.J. van Boxtel, H. Gielen & J.J. Jolles
  66. Hanging and consequent brain damage in children and adolescents: A case study
    Daniel L. Stark, K.A. Treece & A. Starza-Smith
  67. Management of condition-specific cognitive impairments in the context of neuro-rehabilitation of children post-encephalitis
    Emily J. Talbot & Arleta Starza-Smith
  68. Not all impulsivities worsen after deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in Parkinson’s disease: A follow-up study
    Diana M.E. Torta, Lorys Castelli, Maurizio Zibetti, Michele Lanotte, Leonardo Lopiano & Giuliano C Geminiani
  69. Cognitive dysfunction in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus or other vascular risk factors: a systematic review
    Esther van den Berg, R.P. Kloppenborg, L.J. Kappelle, R.P.C. Kessels & G.J. Biessels
  70. Training of socials skills improves coping skills in brain injury patients, first results
    Annemarie C. Visser-Keizer & M.C. Schonherr
  71. Directional diffusion and cognitive impairment in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis
    Nele Warlop, J. Debruyne, E. Achten & G. Vingerhoets
  72. Measuring Quality of Life in Children Post-Encephalitis: Presentation of Three Cases
    Jennifer H. Wilson, Arleta Starza-Smith & Emily
  73. SD-root squared: Semantic dementia without surface dyslexia in spanish
    Maximiliano A. Wilson, Macarena M. Martínez-Cuitiño, Brendan S. Weekes & Cristina Burani
  74. Neuropsychological profile of Noonan syndrome
    Ellen Wingbermühle, J.I.M. Egger, W.M.A. Verhoeven, C.J.A.M. Van der Burgtand & S. Tuinier
  75. Neuropsychological profile of patients in a prodromal state of psychosis – a prospective study
    Ronan Zimmermann, U. Gschwandtner, M.O. Pflueger, J. Aston, S. Borgwardt, R.D. Stieglitz & A. Riecher-Rössler

Thursday 4th Sept 15:30-16:30

  1. Ongoing reality monitoring versus mood state in determining confabulation
    Ana Bajo, Simon Fleminger & Michael Kopelman
  2. Is Mild Cognitive Impairment a stable diagnostic entity?
    Lia M.A.E. Baars, M.P.J. van Boxtel, J.B. Dijkstra, P.J. Visser, F.R.J. Verhey & J. Jolles
  3. Cognitive reserve in healthy elders: correlation with brain volume and brain function during a working memory task
    David Bartrés-Faz, Cristina Solé-Padullés, Carme Junqué, Lorena Rami, Beatriz Bosch, Núria Bargalló, Raquel Sanchez-Valle & José Luis Molinuevo
  4. Manipulating item-specific and gist memory in an amnesic patient using the DRM paradigm
    Katy J. Bellamy, Sharon Abrahams, Roberto Cubelli & Sergio Della Sala
  5. Walking memory in brain-damaged patients
    Filippo Bianchini, L. Piccardi, G. Iaria & C. Guariglia
  6. Unraveling stress, difficulty and attentional demand in psychophysiological responses during executive tasks
    Mickael Causse, Josette Pastor, Jean-Michel Sénard & Jean-François Démonet
  7. Remembering Intentions after traumatic brain injury: Factors underlying prospective memory failure
    Melanie E. Clune, Teresa Burke, Alberto Blanco-Campal, Niall Pender, Simone Carton, Donncha O'Brien, Jack Phillips & Mark Delargy
  8. Lateral bias in working memory
    Stephen Darling, Sergio Della Sala & Robert H. Logie
  9. Ranking your cognition
    Julie Debrabant, L.A. Schoo & M.J.E. van Zandvoort
  10. How to acquire right and flexible knowledge
    Emilie E.D. Decrette, Bérengère Guillery-Girard, Cécile Lebrun-Givois, Catherine Thomas-Anterion & Bernard Laurent
  11. New long term memory in amnesiacs after an interference-free delay
    Michaela Dewar, Sergio Della Sala, Nelson Cowan & Yuriem Fernandez Garcia
  12. Positive effects of an individual tailored memory training on general well being in patients with dementia
    Jeanette Dijkstra, P. Scholte & S. Bouwens
  13. Effects of unilateral left and right anteromedial thalamic lesions on spatial and verbal memory
    Nicky M.J. Edelstyn, Andrew R. Mayes & Simon J. Ellis
  14. Verbal memory in schizophrenia: the role of the executive dysfunction
    Lorena Fernandez-de la Cruz, Mª Carmen Ramírez, Irene Ramos, Gemma Garrido & Maite Garolera
  15. Verbal working memory measures in elderly people and Alzheimer’s disease patients
    Sara Fernández-Guinea, M.L. Delgado, J. Álvarez-Linera, A. Frank & E. Pérez
  16. The Alzheimer’s disease patients and healthy older adults performance in two versions of the Stroop task
    Mª Rosario García-Viedma, Sara Fernández-Guinea & Rafael Martos Montes
  17. Frontal-parietal network involved in negative priming
    Chiara Guerrini, T. L. Hodgson, P. Andres & N. J. Thai
  18. Alteration of functional connectivity during word recognition memory task in early Parkinson’s disease
    Naroa Ibarretxe-Bilbao, Carme Junque & Mojtaba Zarei
  19. Visual attention in discrete bimanual actions: reflection of hemispheric differences in motor planning?
    Loes Janssen, Marieke Beuting, Ruud Meulenbroek & Bert Steenbergen
  20. Neuronal correlates of contextual extinction and renewal in posttraumatic stress disorder
    Simone Lang, Beate M. Herbert & Herta Flor
  21. Provoked confabulations and intrusions in mild Alzheimer’s dementia
    Ana Llorente, C. Bindschaedler, C. Cáceres & A. Esparcia
  22. Autobiographical memory in amnesic mild cognitive impairment
    Federica Lucchelli, Ilaria Bizzozero, Maria Cristina Saetti & Hans Spinnler
  23. Impaired executive control functions and depression: Syndrome or symptom linked?
    Pia Lyche, Rune Jonassen, Tore C. Stiles & Nils Inge Landrø
  24. Distentangling headedness from the constituent position in Italian compound processing: Evidence from priming effects
    Marco Marelli, Davide Crepaldi & Claudio Luzzatti
  25. Intensity of attention deficit due to right hemisphere infarction, rehabilitation strategies and their measurement
    Anna Marino & Stine Poulsen
  26. Memory accuracy and executive functions in healthy young and older adults: the roles of semantic and phonological interference
    Hans J. Markowitsch & Martina Piefke
  27. Familiarity and recollection in schizophrenia
    Clara D. Martin, Caroline Huron, François Guillem, Jean-Yves Baudouin, Fabrice Guillaume, Nicolas Franck & Guy Tiberghien
  28. Developing tools for assessing working memory capacity in the Greek population
    Elvira Masoura, Mary H. Kosmidis & Eleni Loukopoulou
  29. Women with Alzheimer’s disease show greater category fluency impairment
    F. Javier Moreno-Martinez, Keith R. Laws & Joerg Shultz
  30. Memory functioning and hippocampal abnormality in adolescents with antecedents of very preterm birth and perinatal asphyxia or intraventricular hemorrhage
    Ana Narberhaus, Dolors Segarra, Sara Soria, Monica Giménez, Xavier Caldu & Francesc Botet
  31. Reduced false recognition in amnesia could be a result of impaired item-specific memory rather than impaired gist memory.
    Jack Nissan, Sharon Abrahams & Sergio Della Sala
  32. How do psychopathological factors and memory disorders interact during transient global amnesia?
    Audrey Noel, Peggy Quinette, Bérengère Guillery-Girard, Jacques Dayan, Pascale Piolino, Sophie Marquis, Vincent de la Sayette, Fausto Viader, Béatrice Desgranges & Francis Eustache
  33. Visual memory in healthy young men and women and sex hormone cycles
    Cecilia Otero Dadín & Dolores Rodríguez Salgado
  34. Effects of alcohol binge drinking on the WCST-3 performance
    María Parada, N. Mota-Miranda, M. Corral, A. Crego, M.C. Fernández-Eire, F. Caamaño, S. Rodríguez-Holguín & F. Cadaveira
  35. Memory binding deficits in Alzheimer’s disease (AD)
    Mario A. Parra, Sergio Della Sala, Sharon Abrahams, Robert Logie, Katia Fabi, & Leandro Provinciali
  36. Dysexecutive features in the minimal hepatic encephalopathy
    Bruno Peixoto, Laudino Lopez, Jorge Areias, Rute Cerqueira & Jorge Arias
  37. Alzheimer’s disease and memory semantic deficit: a feature listing study
    Roberta Perri, Gian Daniele Zannino, Carlo Caltagirone & Giovanni Augusto Carlesimo
  38. Working memory impairment compromises episodic memory formation in at-risk mental state individuals for psychosis
    Marlon O. Pflueger, U. Gschwandtner, R. Zimmermann, J. Aston, S. Borgwardt, R.D. Stieglitz & A. Riecher-Rössler
  39. Different spatial memory systems are involved in small and large-scale environments: evidence from patients with temporal lobe epilepsy
    Laura Piccardi, M. Baulac, A. Berthoz , M. Denos, S. Dupont, C. Guariglia & S. Samson
  40. An fMRI study of face memory recognition in schizophrenia
    Giuseppina Rametti,Carme Junqué, Pere Vendrell, Rosa Catalán, Rafael Penadés, Nuria Bargalló & Miguel Bernardo
  41. Insight, attention and executive function in Schizophrenic patients
    Irene Ramos, Silvina Guijarro, Lorena Fernandez-de la Cruz, M.Carmen Ramirez, Gemma Garrido & Maite Garolera
  42. The emotional Stroop task in young and healthy subjects
    Marta Ramos-Goicoa, María Pouso & Montserrat Zurrón
  43. aF/N-M, a new associative face/name memory test: comparison of young, elderly and “mild cognitive impairment” (MCI) subjects
    Caroline Reilhac, Jérémie Pariente, Jean-François Demonet & Michèle Puel
  44. The role of working memory during new path learning
    Silvia Rizzo, Vincent Walsh, Emanuela Bricolo & Costanza Papagno
  45. Verbal and visual memory across the menstrual cycle in healthy young women
    Dolores Rodríguez-Salgado & Cecilia Otero-Dadín
  46. Implicit and explicit motor learning in young children
    Irene J. Roozen, Ria Nijhuis-van der Sanden, Sabine Janssen & Bert Steenbergen
  47. Differential role of the hippocampus in successful memory encoding
    Cristina Rosazza, L. Minati., F. Ghielmetti, A. Erbetta, E. Maccagnano, F. Villani, F. Epifani & M.G. Bruzzone
  48. Attention complaints in healthy adults are associated with reduced Quality of Life and objective neuropsychological impairment
    Dymphie M.J.M Scholtissen-In de Braek, P. Hurks, Martin P.J. van Boxtel, J. Dijkstra & J. Jolles
  49. The role of the posterior parietal cortex on episodic memory retrieval
    Linda A. Schoo & M.J.E. van Zandvoort
  50. Suppressing unwanted memory: what’s in the brain?
    Sara Torriero, Alberto Costa, Patrizia Turriziani, Massimiliano Oliveri & Carlo Caltagirone
  51. Varieties of mental flexibility in mild cognitive impairment‏
    Egberdina J. van der Hulst, Kevin J. Manning, Eleanor M. Neijstrom, Chiadi U. Onyike & Jason Brandt
  52. Frontal executive function following concussion: A need to modify assessment?
    Mareen Weber & Martin G. Edwards