Inaugural Culture and Cognition Preconference of the Psychonomics Society
Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019
9 a.m. – 2p.m.
The Palais des Congres de Montreal, Room 523A
9:10-9:30AM James R. Pomerantz (Rice University, United States)
How might culture affect our perception of the world? (Featured Talk)
9:30-9:50AM Caroline Blais (Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada)
The impact of culture on the visual processing of faces, scenes and objects
9:50-10:10AM Aysecan Boduroglu (Bogazici University, Turkey)
Cultural differences in object and background processing in early scene perception
10:20-10:40AM Angela Gutchess (Brandeis University, United States)
Perceptual and mnemonic differences across cultures
10:40-11:00AM Audrey Duarte (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)
How race influences associations between sleep and memory-supporting brain activity
11:00-11:20AM Daniel Casasanto (Cornell University, United States)
Do Westerners think more abstractly than East Asians?
11:30-11:50AM Suparna Rajaram (Stony Brook University, United States)
Cross-cultural variations in memory disruption: The part-set cueing deficit
11:50-12:10PM Lixia Yang (Ryerson University, Canada)
Binding and unbinding from the East to the West: Culture and memory
12:10 - 12:30PM Lorraine Hope (University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom)
Eliciting information from memory in cross-cultural investigative contexts
12:45-2PM Posters and Lunch (Room available to chat) *Posters will be in Room517D
Due to limited space, advanced registration is required. Please register. *Registration is now CLOSED.
For a full list of our talks and posters, please click here.
Please check the website of Psychonomic Society for more information about the 2019 Annual Meeting.
Founded and Organized by:
- Suparna Rajaram, Stony Brook University
- Angela Gutchess, Brandeis University
- Raeya Maswood, Stony Brook University
- Wanbing Zhang, Brandeis University
This meeting is made possible through support from the Psychonomic Society.