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Registration / Refreshments
Eve Isham
Steve Luck
Director, Center for Mind and Brain
Meriam Good
Executive Director, Mind Science Foundation
Paula Droege (Pennsylvania State University)
In defense of function
Stephen Macknik (SUNY Downstate)
Sleights of mind
Eve Isham (UC Davis)
Is neuroscience a threat to free will?
Joseph Dumit (UC Davis)
Plans and the Structure of Behavior:
When circuits had personality
Carolyn Jennings (UC Merced)
Conscious entrainment
Jonathan Schooler (UC Santa Barbara)
The middle way: Finding the balance between
mindfulness and mind wandering
Poster Presentations

Matt Traxler (UC Davis)
Information moves forward in time
Carly J. Leonard (UC Davis)
Troubles with a taxonomy of attention and awareness
Sri Nagarjan (UC San Francisco)
Neural basis of event time introspection
Peter Tse (Dartmouth College)
How volitional attention can alter qualia
Carly Leonard & Eve Isham
Poster prize winner announcement
Steve Luck
Closing remarks
Felix Bacigalupo & Steve J. Luck
Awareness of performance monitoring is attention-dependent
Tony Cheng
Awareness, attention, and analog
Jin-Chen Yang, Annette Rodriguez, Ashley Royston, Yu-Qiong Niu,
Merve Avar, Ryan Brill, Christa Simon, Jim Grigsby,
Randi J. Hagerman & John M. Olichney
Memantine efects on attention in FXTAS: A double-blind brain
potential study
Ryan C. Phillips,Taylor Salo & Cameron Carter
Disentangling the varying roles of default mode network activation on
attention lapses in healthy controls and patients with schizophrenia
Cameron Smith & Bruce Bridgeman
Why do people look at the right side of others' faces?
Lara C. Krisst, Pin Wei Chen, Ezequiel Morsella & Mark Geisler
Revisiting Libets paradigm: Decision time and the infuence of
automaticity on time perception
Krystal Wulf, Tifany Wall & Eve Isham
Is perceived time of intent determined by the belief in free will?
Tifany Wall, Krystal Wulf & Eve Isham
Confdence ratings refect implicit error-detection during a time
judgement task
Jesse Bengson
Neural noise gives behavior the favor of free will
Yuelu Liu, Xiangfei Hong, Jesse J. Bengson, Mingzhou Ding &
George R. Mangun
A large-scale functional network underlying internally-generated
decisions about where to attend
David Wong
Causation versus constitution in the sensorimotor account of
perceptual experience
E. M. Cates
Daemon-driven: Metaethical implications of a pandemonium
theory of volition
Emily Hembacher & Simona Ghetti
Subjective reecollection guides decision-making: Evidence from
a metacognitive illusion
Yana Fandakova, Carter Wendelken, Joshua K. Lee,
Silvia A. Bunge & Simona Ghetti
The importance of knowing that you dont know: Individual
diferences in the neural basis of metamemory monitoring
and control
Posters
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