Presentations

2020

Virtual-VSS 2020

Barszcz, A. Chapman, A.F., Chunharas, C. & Störmer, V.S. (2020). Feature-based attention warps perception of color. Poster presented at the Vision Sciences Society.

POSTER PDF;  VIDEO TOUR (~6min)

 

Chapman, A.F., & Störmer, V.S. (2020). Flexible focus in feature-based attention: efficient tuning of attention to narrow and broad ranges of task-relevant feature values. Talk presented at the Vision Sciences Society.

RECORDED TALK (~12min)

 

Itthipuripat, S., Störmer, V.S., Woodman, G.F., & Serences, J.T. (2020). Dissociable neural mechanisms underlie effects of attention on visual appearance and response bias. Talk presented at the Vision Sciences Society.

RECORDED TALK (~12min)

 

Keefe, J.M., Utochkin, I., Lau, J., Brady, T.F. & Störmer, V.S., (2020). Information about all items is actively held in mind when subjects compute ensemble statistics. Poster presented at the Vision Science Society.

POSTER PDF;  VIDEO TOUR (~6min)

 

Marin, A. Störmer, V.S., & Carver, L. (2020). Multisensory expectations about dynamic visual objects facilitates early sensory processing of congruent sounds. Poster presented at the Vision Science Society.

POSTER PDF;  VIDEO TOUR (~6min)

 

Wennberg, J., & Störmer, V.S. (2020). The effects of cross-modal feature and location mappings on visual performance. Poster to be presented at the Vision Sciences Society.

POSTER PDF;  VIDEO TOUR (~6min)

 

Williams, J.R., Brady, T.F., & Störmer, V.S. (2020). Natural variation in the representational fidelity between multiple working memory items can explain which item guides attention. Poster presented at the Vision Sciences Society.

POSTER PDF;  VIDEO TOUR (~6min)

 

Virtual-WM symposium 2020

Williams, J.R., Brady, T.F., & Störmer, V.S. (2020). Natural variation in the fidelity of working memory representations causes only one items to guide attention. Talk presented at the Virtual Working Memory Symposium.

Keefe, J.M., Utochkin, I., Lau, J., Brady, T.F. & Störmer, V.S., (2020). Information about all items is actively held in mind when computing ensemble statistics about a set. Talk presented at the Virtual Working Memory Symposium. 

Virtual-CNS 2020

Keefe, J.M., Pokta, E. & Störmer, V.S. (2020). Exogenous attention improves perception through facilitation, not suppression. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

 

2019

Chapman, A. F., Geweke, F., & Störmer, V. S. (2019). Feature-based attention resolves differences in target-distractor similarity through multiple mechanisms. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Keefe, J.M., & Störmer, V. S. (2019). Voluntary and involuntary attention elicit distinct biasing signals in visual cortex. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Störmer, V.S. (2019). Ensemble perception of faces within the focus of attention is biased towards unattended and task-irrelevant faces. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Williams, J.R. & Störmer, V.S. (2019) Auditory information facilitates sensory evidence accumulation during visual object recognition. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

 

2018

Chapman, A. F., & Störmer, V. S. (2018). Feature-based attention spreads within and between objects. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA

Keefe, J. & Störmer, V. S. (2018). How involuntary and voluntary attention interact: Examining neural biasing mechanisms during the cue-target interval. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA

Asp, I., Störmer, V.S., & Brady, T.F. (2018). Perceptually-matched images that are meaningful are remembered better and result in increased CDA in visual working memory. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA

Williams., J.R., Brady, T.F., & Störmer, V.S. (2018). Multiple visual working memory items can guide attention and facilitate perceptual processing. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA

Asp, I., Störmer, V.S., & Brady, T.F. (2018). Perceptually-matched images that are meaningful are remembered better and result in increased CDA in visual working memory. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Geweke, F., Li, S.-C., & Störmer, V.S. (2018). Feature-based attention is constrained to attended locations in older adults. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Störmer, V.S., McDonald, J.J., & Hillyard, S.A. (2018). Involuntary orienting to visual and auditory stimuli elicits similar biasing mechanisms in early visual cortex to facilitate target processing. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Williams., J.R., Brady, T.F., & Störmer, V.S. (2018). Multiple visual working memory items can guide attention and facilitate perceptual processing. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Amadeo, M.B., Störmer, V.S., Campus, C., & Gori, M. (2018). Peripheral, task-irrelevant sounds activate contralateral visual cortex even in blind individuals. Poster presented at the Annual International Multisensory Research Forum, Toronto, Canada.

2017

Störmer, V.S. (2017). Salient sounds activate visual cortex automatically. Talk presented at the symposium “Multisensory influences on vision” (organized by V.S. Störmer) at the  European Conference on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany.

Pailian, H., Störmer, V.S., & Alvarez, G.A. (2017). Neurophysiological marker of visual working memory manipulation. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Fl.

2016

Störmer, V.S. & Cavanagh, P. (2016). Ipsilateral positivity as neurophysiological evidence for predictive remapping in humans. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

2015

Störmer, V.S., Cohen, M.C., & Alvarez, G.A. (2015). Tuning attention to high-level objects: Spatially global effects of attention to faces in visual processing. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Cavanagh, P., Duyck, M., Eymond, C., Maus, G., Schumann, F., Störmer, V.S., Veenemans, A., Whitney, D., & Wu, D. (2015). Feeling the future. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Feng, W., Störmer, V.S., Martinez, A., McDonald, J.J., & Hillyard, S.A. (2015). Decreases in alpha- band power over contralateral visual cortex elicited by task-irrelevant sounds predict visual discrimination performance. Poster presented at the International Multisensory Research Forum, Pisa, Italy.

Störmer, V.S., Feng, W., Martinez, A., McDonald, J.J.,& Hillyard, S.A. (2015). Salient sounds elicit slow potential shifts paralleled by alpha rhythm desynchronization in contralateral visual cortex. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

McDonald, J.J., Wallace, A.T., Livingstone, A.C., Störmer, V.S., Feng, W., & Hillyard, S.A. (2015). Salient sounds activate visual cortex: disentangling automatic and voluntary effects with event-related potentials. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

2014

Störmer, V.S., & Alvarez, G.A. (2014). Feature-based attention results in active suppression of similar features throughout the visual field. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, CA.

Störmer, V.S., Alvarez, G.A., & Cavanagh, P. (2014). Multifocal attention modulates early visual processing when attention is divided across hemifields, but not within a hemifield. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Organization of Human Brain Mapping, Hamburg, Germany.

Störmer, V.S., & Alvarez, G.A. (2014). Feature-based attention elicits surround-suppression in color space. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Brady, T.F., Störmer, V.S., & Alvarez, G. A. (2014). Working memory accumulates more information from real-world objects than from simple stimuli: Evidence from contralateral delay activity. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Long, B.L., Störmer, V.S., & Alvarez, G.A. (2014).Rapid extraction of category-specific shape statistics: Evidence from event-related potentials. Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Störmer, V.S., Alvarez, G.A., & Cavanagh, P. (2014). Multifocal attention modulates early visual processing when attention is divided across hemifields, but not within a hemifield. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Boston, MA.

before 2013

Störmer, V.S., Cavanagh, P., & Alvarez, G.A. (2013). The profile of multifocal attention: surround-suppression between and within hemifields. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.

Störmer, V. S., Winther, G. N., Li, S. C., & Andersen, S. K. (2012). Continuous attentional modulation of early visual processing during multifocal attention. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA.

Störmer, V.S., Li, S.-C., Heekeren, H.R., Lindenberger, U. (2012). Normative shifts of cortical mechanisms of encoding contribute to adult age differences in visual-spatial working memory. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Chicago, IL.

Störmer, V.S., Li, S.-C., Heekeren, H.R., Lindenberger, U. (2011). Neural mechanisms underlying age-related decline in early visual attentional selection and working memory capacity. Invited poster presented at the Einstein Fellowship Symposium, Berlin, Germany.

Störmer, V.S., McDonald, J.J., & Hillyard, S.A. (2011). Attentional cueing modulates perceived
stimulus contrast and early cortical processing. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco. CA.

Störmer, V.S. (2011). Age-related deficits in attentional selection at early stages of cortical processing: the case of tracking multiple moving objects. Talk presented at the Rovereto Attention Workshop (RAW), Rovereto, Italy.

Störmer, V.S. (2010). Age-related changes in cortical processing during multiple-object tracking and visual-spatial working memory. Talk presented at the LIFE Spring Academy at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

Störmer, V.S., Li, S.-C., Heekeren, H.R., Lindenberger, U. (2010). Adult age differences in cortical processing during multiple-object tracking. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

Störmer, V.S., McDonald, J.J., & Hillyard, S.A. (2009). Cross-modal cueing of attention alters visual appearance comparisons and early cortical processing. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Störmer, V.S. (2009). Individual and age differences in ‘Dynamic Visual Attention’: The case of tracking multiple moving objects. Talk presented at the LIFE Fall Academy at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.