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  • 1. Society for Psychophysiological Research 52nd Annual Meeting • September 19-23, 2012 • New Orleans, Louisiana www.sprweb.org • spr@reesgroupinc.com • +1-608-443-2473 2012 Preliminary Program2012 SPR Annual Meeting Highlights 2012 Program CommitteePresidential Address Greg Hajcak, 2012 Program Committee Chair, Psychoneurometrics: A Paradigm Stony Brook University for Grounding Psychological Andreas Low, 2013 Program Committee Chair, Assessment in Neurophysiology University of Greifswald Christopher Patrick, Ph.D. Louise Hawkley, 2011 Program Committee Chair, Professor of Psychology University of Chicago Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida Edelyn Verona, 2010 Program Committee Chair, University of Illinois Emily Kappenman, Student Representative,Invited Speakers University of California, Davis Development Of Fear-Related Anna Weinberg, Student Representative, Processes: From Human Imaging Stony Brook University to Mouse Genetics David Amodio, New York University B.J. Casey, Ph.D. Francisco Barcelo, University of the Balearic Islands New York, New York Paul Corballis, The University of Auckland Sackler Professor and Director of the Sackler Institute at Weill Medical Bruce Cuthbert, National Institute of Mental Health College of Cornell University Tracy Dennis, Hunter College, CUNY Eco de Geus, Vrije Universiteit-Amsterdam Electrophysiological Signatures Jason Hall, University of South Florida of Conscious Processing Eddie Harmon-Jones, Texas A&M University Stanislas Dehaene, Ph.D. Erin Hazlett, The Mount Sinai School of Medicine Paris, France Professor at the Collège de France Rebecca Houston, University at Buffalo, SUNY and Director of the Cognitive Sylvia Kreibig, Stanford University Neuroimaging Unit of France’s Christine Larson, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee National Medical Research Institute Shmuel Lissek, University of Minnesota (INSERM) Hiro Masaki, Waseda University Imaging Diseases of Poor Self- Lisa McTeague, University of Florida Control Nicole Prause, Mind Research Network Nora D. Volkow, M.D., Ph.D. Brigitte Rockstroh, University of Konstanz Bethesda, Maryland Dean Sabatinelli, University of Georgia Director of the National Institute on Greg Siegle, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic Drug Abuse (NIDA) Julian Thayer, The Ohio State University 1
  • 2. Pre-Conference WorkshopsPre-Conference Workshop #1 variance (MANOVA). Although multilevel modeling (MLM) is well suited for such data and has several advantages including less restrictive assumptions, greater statistical power, and provision forTuesday, September 18 and Wednesday, September 19 direct modeling of time-varying covariates, it is still used sparingly(Two-Day Workshop) by psychophysiologists. This workshop, will (1) describe different8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. approaches to analyzing repeated measures data, including ANOVA,INTRODUCTION TO USING ERPLAB TOOLBOX FOR ERP MANOVA, growth curve analysis (the basis of MLM), and MLM; (2)DATA ANALYSIS present illustrative examples of the advantages of MLM with data Steven J. Luck, PhD, University of California, Davis collected in the lab; and (3) provide a hands-on tutorial on using and interpreting results from Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) software,Introduction to Using ERPLAB Toolbox for ERP Data Analysis is a version 7. Participants are encouraged to download the free Studenttwo-day workshop. ERPLAB Toolbox is a free, open-source Matlab Edition of HLM 7 (http://www.ssicentral.com/hlm/student.html) beforepackage for analyzing ERP data (downloadable at http://erpinfo. arriving. Although a dataset will be provided to run practice analysesorg/erplab). It is tightly integrated with EEGLAB Toolbox, extending on in the afternoon, participants may also bring their own data.EEGLAB’s capabilities to provide robust, industrial-strength tools forERP processing, visualization, and analysis. A graphical user interface New Orleans, Louisianamakes it easy for beginners to learn, and Matlab scripting providesenormous power for intermediate and advanced users. In this Join us in New Orleans for the 52nd SPR Annual Meeting! Newworkshop, we will go through a set of tutorials designed to familiarize Orleans is America’s most authentic, historic, walkable city with thenew ERPLAB users with the basic steps involved in processing, plotting, world’s most celebrated cuisine and original nightlife, culture andand analyzing ERPs. This will include rejecting artifacts, sorting trials for music. Now home also to the most value add-ons to your visit, theaveraging, filtering, re-referencing, making difference waves, plotting, most reasonable prices, and unarguably the best and most uniquemeasuring amplitudes and latencies, and extracting behavioral data. travel experience in the country.We will also provide the theoretical background and practical advicethat are needed when selecting various procedures and parameters. Just outside the SPR headquarter hotel, The Roosevelt Hotel,Participants will be expected to bring a laptop computer with Matlab, are the narrow streets and old-world charm of the FrenchERPLAB, and EEGLAB so that they can follow along with the tutorials. Quarter. Stroll along the shop-lined sidewalks of Royal Street.We will focus mostly on using the graphical user interface, but we will Immerse yourself in the constant buzz of activity at Jacksonalso provide an introduction to scripting. Square. Let your ears take you from one club to the next as you soak in a wealth of musical stylings at Preservation Hall or onPre-Conference Workshop #2 Frenchmen Street. With the St. Charles and Canal streetcar lines (only $1.25 each) within blocks of The Roosevelt, the rest of NewWednesday, September 19 Orleans is just a few stops away. The city offers one of the most incredible and diverse concentrations of exceptional dining and8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. unforgettable cuisine in the world with over 1,200 restaurantsICA/PCA OF ERP DATA: AN EP TOOLKIT TUTORIAL to choose from. For more information about the city go to:WORKSHOP www.neworleanscvb.com or www.neworleansonline.com. Joseph Dien, Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park, MDThis one-day workshop is an introduction to the use of independent Conference Schedulecomponents analysis (ICA) and principal components analysis (PCA) forthe purposes of preprocessing data, identification of ERP components, The SPR Annual Meeting will begin with an evening reception, accessinference testing, and enhancement of source analysis. The session to the exhibit area, and opening poster session on Wednesday,will consist of a mix of lecture and hands-on tutorials. The EP Toolkit September 19. The scientific program will commence on Thursday(Dien, 2010) will be used to conduct all the analyses. The EP Toolkit is morning and will include invited speakers, symposia, poster sessions,an open source software package that requires Matlab (2006 or later) informal conversation, social hours, and the Saturday Night Social. Theto run. Attendees will need to bring a laptop with Matlab if they are program will conclude on Sunday, September 23 with the Farewellto participate in the tutorials. A CD with the installation files for the EPToolkit (not including Matlab) and tutorial datasets will be provided. Breakfast. All sessions will be held at the Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel.Attendees are also welcome to bring their own data as an alternativeto the tutorial datasets. Registration will be open at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 19 and continue throughout the conference.Pre-Conference Workshop #3 Special Interest Lunches and DinnersWednesday, September 198:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Special interest lunches and dinners, as well as the Saturday NightBEYOND TRADITIONAL APPROACHES TO ANALYZING Social, will again provide opportunities for less formal gatherings. IfREPEATED MEASURES: APPLYING MULTI-LEVEL MODELING you would like to host a special interest lunch or dinner, please contactIN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH Greg Hajck at hajcak@gmail.com. Information on topics, hosts, dates, Theodore P. Beauchaine, Ph.D., Washington State University, and times for each lunch and dinner scheduled will be provided on the Pullman, WA SPR website (http://www.sprweb.org – click on Annual Meeting).Most psychophysiological research in which data are collected acrossmultiple measurement points are analyzed with either repeatedmeasures analysis of variance (ANOVA) or multivariate analysis of 2
  • 3. Hotel Accommodations Additional New Orleans Resources:The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, is located For more information on New Orleans, please visit the followingconveniently in the Central Business District just off Canal Street and websites:one block from the world-famous French Quarter. SPR has secured a Visit New Orleans (Visitors Bureau):block of rooms at the Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel. Rates are $189 www.neworleanscvb.com/USD single/double, plus tax. Internet in your guest room is includedin the rate. City of New Orleans: www.cityofno.com/Please call +1-800-WALDORF (or +1-504-335-3138) to secure your New Orleans Tourism Website:reservation and be sure to let the agent know you are with the Society www.neworleansonline.comfor Psychophysiological Research Annual Meeting. If you wish to make Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MYS):your reservations online, go to the SPR Annual Meeting website and http://flymsy.com/click on the hotel web-link. Annual Meeting RegistrationPlease secure your hotel reservation by Friday, August 17 toreceive the discounted group rate. The registration fee includes: • Three days of conference activities Address: • Networking opportunities with psychophysiology health The Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel professionals 123 Baronne Street • Entrance to the exhibit hall of vendors servicing the needs of the New Orleans, LA 70112 psychophysiology community Telephone: +1-504-648-1200 • Admission to the Opening Reception • Refreshment breaks each day of the conferenceAir Travel: • An Attendee Directory, which includes a listing of pre-registered attendees (with permission) and invited speakersLouis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MYS)
 • Saturday Night Social • Special Interest Lunches and DinnersAll major airlines have service to Louis Armstrong New OrleansInternational Airport with many direct flights arriving daily. The Please see the registration form at www.sprweb.org for detailedRoosevelt New Orleans is a short 20-minute drive from the airport with information on fees and options.cab, car and airport shuttle service readily available. Please note that the deadline for discountedVisit http://flymsy.com/ or call +1-504-303-7500 for information on registration fees is August 17.flight arrivals and departures, directions, parking, maps, terminals,weather updates, ground transportation, travel tips, and special Choose to register one of three ways…services inside the airport. 1. Fax your completed registration form with credit card information (American Express, MasterCard, or Visa) to the SPR Office +1-608-Ground Transportation: 443-2474 or +1-608-443-2478. If you are faxing, do not mail the original registration form. Faxed registration forms without creditTaxi: A cab ride costs $33 from the airport to the Central Business card information will be returned without being processed.District (CBD) for one or two persons and $14 (per passenger) for three 2. Mail your completed registration form and payment (in U.S. fundsor more passengers. Pick-up is on the lower level, outside the baggage drawn on a U.S. bank only) to the SPR Office. Registration formsclaim area. Taxis are required to offer a credit card payment option. without a form of payment will not be processed. 3. Register online.Airport Shuttle: Shuttle service is available from the airport to thehotels in the CBD for $20 (per person, one-way) or $38 (per person, Additional Information:round-trip). Three bags per person are free of charge. Visit www. • Please complete one form per registrant.airportshuttleneworleans.com or call +1-866-596-2699 for more • Registration by telephone will not be accepted.details or to make a reservation. Ticket booths are located on the lower • Payment must accompany each registration form.level in the baggage claim area. International registrants must submit payment in U.S. funds, drawn on a U.S. bank.Automobile Rental: There are 9 rental agencies with offices on the • The deadline for inclusion in the attendee directory (distributed onlower level of the airport. Check with each company for rates. site) is August 17. • Requests for cancellation/refund must be made in writing and will • Advantage Rent-A-Car: +1-800-777-5500 be processed after the Annual Meeting. No refunds will be made • Alamo Rent-A-Car: +1-800-462-5266 for no-shows. • Avis Rent-A-Car: +1-800-331-1212 • If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail within three weeks of registering, please call the SPR Office at +1-608-443-2472 to verify • Budget Rent-A-Car: +1-800-527-0700 that your registration form was received. • Dollar Rent-A-Car: +1-800-800-4000 • Wire transfer information is by request only. You will be • Enterprise Rent-A-Car: +1-800-rent-a-car required to include an additional $15 USD to cover  SPR bank fees for the transaction. Please contact the registrar at • Hertz Corporation: +1-800-654-3131 spr@reesgroupinc.org for more information. • National Car Rental: +1-800-227-7368 Mail your completed form with payment by credit card or check to: • Thrifty Car Rental: +1-800-847-4389 SPR Registrar • 2424 American Lane • Madison, WI 53704 USA Register prior to August 17 to receive the discounted rate! 3
  • 4. 2012 Preliminary Program Outline (subject to change)Tuesday, September 18 9:15 a.m.–9:45 a.m. INTENSIFIED PROCESSING OF EMOTIONALLY Refreshment Break AND SOCIALLY SIGNIFICANT FACIAL8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. EXPRESSIONS: AN ERP STUDY 9:45 a.m.–11:30 a.m. PERCEPTION OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONSPre-Conference Workshop Symposium 1.1(Available for an additional fee.) IN VISUAL CONTEXTS – FEARFUL FACES 1. INTRODUCTION TO USING ERPLAB BROADEN ATTENTION TO POTENTIAL THREAT SLEEP, LEARNING, AND INSIGHT TOOLBOX FOR ERP DATA ANALYSIS Chair: Rolf Verleger EFFECTS OF EMOTIONAL FACE (Day One) PROCESSING ON AUDITORY, VISUAL, AND INCREASED ALPHA (8-12 HZ) ACTIVITY SOMATOSENSORY INFORMATION DURING SLOW-WAVE SLEEP AS A MARKERWednesday, September 19 FOR THE TRANSITION FROM IMPLICIT 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m. KNOWLEDGE TO EXPLICIT INSIGHT Break for Lunch (on your own)8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.Pre-Conference Workshops SLEEP SELECTIVELY BENEFITS EMOTIONAL 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.(Available for an additional fee.) ASPECTS OF SCENES: BEHAVIORAL AND Education and Training Committee 1. INTRODUCTION TO USING ERPLAB NEURAL EVIDENCE Roundtable Discussions TOOLBOX FOR ERP DATA ANALYSIS MEMORY STABILIZATION WITH TARGETED (Day Two) This year, there will again be the opportunity REACTIVATION DURING HUMAN SLOW-WAVE to participate in the Roundtable Discussions. 2. ICA/PCA OF ERP DATA: AN EP TOOLKIT SLEEP TUTORIAL WORKSHOP Each topic will be led by one or more leaders 3. BEYOND TRADITIONAL APPROACHES in their respective fields. To register, please SLEEP AND MEMORY INTERFERENCE TO ANALYZING REPEATED MEASURES: contact Amy Bayer at spr@reesgroupinc.com. APPLYING MULTI-LEVEL MODELING IN INVESTIGATING REACTIVATION OF STIMULUS- For questions about a particular roundtable, PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SPECIFIC ACTIVITY PATTERNS USING please contact Carien van Reekum at INTRACRANIAL EEG AND FUNCTIONAL MRI c.vanreekum@reading.ac.uk or Bruce12:00 noon–5:00 p.m. Friedman at bhfriedm@vt.edu. Attendance 9:45 a.m.–11:30 a.m. is limited to 8 people at each roundtable.Board of Directors Meeting Symposium 1.2 Confirm your attendance prior to Wednesday,4:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. September 5!Registration Opens FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY AND THE STUDY OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY • Emotion Elicitation in the Lab5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m. Chair: Michael S. Gaffrey (Arvid Kappas & Sylvia Kreibig)Panel Discussions • Studying Social Interaction in 1. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY AT A PRIMARILY A RESTING STATE FUNCTIONAL Neuroscience/Psychophysiology Lab UNDERGRADUATE INSTITUTION: CONNECTIVITY STUDY OF THE DEFAULT TEACHING AND RESEARCH Settings MODE NETWORK IN DEPRESSED (Eric Vanman & Catherine Norris) 2. EEG/ERP PUBLICATION GUIDELINES PRESCHOOLERS • Impedance Cardiography7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. (Kristen Salomon & Mustafa al’Absi) AMYGDALA ACTIVATION AND PREFRONTALOpening Reception, Exhibits Open, and • Optical Imaging CORTEX FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY IN Poster Session I (Monica Fabiani & Gabriele Gratton) YOUTH WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS • Multimodal Brain ImagingThursday, September 20 WORKING MEMORY RELATED BRAIN (Stefan Debener & Joseph Dien) NETWORK CONNECTIVITY IN INDIVIDUALS • Methodological Challenges in Aging7:15 a.m.–6:30 p.m. WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND THEIR SIBLINGS ResearchRegistration Open (Louise Hawkley & Robert Levenson) DELETERIOUS RESTING-STATE CONNECTIVITY8:00 a.m.–8:15 p.m. IN STIMULANT DEPENDENCE 1:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m.Internet Station Symposium Session 2.1 9:45 a.m.–11:30 a.m.8:00 a.m.–8:15 a.m. Symposium 1.3 THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF PSYCHOPATHYWelcome and Introductory Remarks Chair: Stuart F. White Christopher Patrick, PhD THE SOCIAL FACE: THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL AND AFFECTIVE INFORMATION ON FACE AND DISRUPTED EXPECTED-VALUE AND Florida State University CONTEXT PROCESSING PREDICTION ERROR SIGNALING DURING A8:15 a.m.–9:15 a.m. Chairs: Matthias J. Wieser & Florian Bublatzky PASSIVE AVOIDANCE TASK IS MODULATEDInvited Address BY PSYCHOPATHIC TRAITS IN YOUTH WITHIMAGING DISEASES OF POOR SELF-CONTROL TOUCHED BY THE SCENT OF A MAN: DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR DISORDERS Nora D. Volkow, MD, PhD PHEROMONE ENHANCES EARLY NEURAL PROCESSING OF MALE FACES IN WOMEN SHARED CIRCUITS AND EMPATHY IN Director of the National Institute on Drug PSYCHOPATHY Abuse (NIDA) IN THE SIGHT OF LOVE: CENTRAL AND Bethesda, Maryland PERIPHERAL REACTIONS IN EMOTION-FROM- EVIDENCE FOR INCREASED NEURAL IDENTITY PROCESSES RESPONSE TO AVERSIVE STIMULI IN9:00 a.m.–8:15 p.m. INDIVIDUALS WITH HEIGHTENEDExhibits Open PSYCHOPATHIC TRAITS 4
  • 5. 2012 Preliminary Program Outline (subject to change)FACETS OF PSYCHOPATHY AND ERP TREATMENT-RELATED CHANGES IN EEG 4:30 p.m.–4:45 p.m.RESPONSE TO AFFECTIVE PICTURES: CONNECTIVITY IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN BreakDISTINCTIVE ASSOCIATIONS WITH LPP/SLOW WITH AUTISM 4:45 p.m.–6:15 p.m.WAVE AND P3/DELTA COMPONENTS Symposium 4.1 PHASE SHIFTING GRANGER CAUSALITY: ATRIARCHIC CONCEPTUALIZATION OF MEASURE OF DIRECTED COHERENCEPSYCHOPATHY: BOLDNESS, MEANNESS AND THE DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGYDISINHIBITION ARE DIFFERENTIALLY RELATED OF ADOLESCENCE: IMPLICATIONS FOR RELATIONS BETWEEN BEHAVIOURALTO HEART RATE AND ELECTRODERMAL EMERGING AFFECTIVE AND BEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND REGIONAL EEGACTIVITY IN MALES AND FEMALES DISORDERS ALPHA POWER AND COHERENCE IN ADULTS Chair: Nicholas B. Allen WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER1:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m.Symposium 2.2 NEURAL RESPONSE TO REWARD AS IMAGINARY COHERENCE AS A BIOMARKER OF A PREDICTOR OF RISE IN DEPRESSIVE AUTISMNEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SYMPTOMS IN ADOLESCENCEPSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF AUTISM SPECTRUM 3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m.DISORDERS PITUITARY GLAND AND HIPPOCAMPUS Symposium 3.2 Chair: Bruce H. Friedman VOLUMES PROSPECTIVELY PREDICT HPA- AXIS FUNCTION DURING ADOLESCENCE: SEXPROCESSING OF EMOTIONAL FACES AND ERP STUDIES OF ADULT SECOND LANGUAGE DIFFERENCES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THEVOICES IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS: ACQUISITION DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGYERP CORRELATES AND INTERACTION WITH Chair: Joseph DienSOCIAL KNOWLEDGE COUPLING BETWEEN HYPOTHALAMIC- INTERACTIONS BETWEEN LEXICAL AND PITUITARY-ADRENAL AND -GONADAL AXESAUTONOMIC REACTIVITY AND AUDITORY SYNTACTIC KNOWLEDGE IN ESL: ERP AMONG INCARCERATEDADOLESCENTS: THEPROCESSING COVARY IN AUTISM EVIDENCE FOR TRANSFER EFFECTS IN INFLUENCE OF PSYCHOPATHIC TRAITS AND COMPREHENSION OF THE ENGLISH HISTORIES OF ABUSEAUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS THROUGH A CAUSATIVENEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL LENS DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND C-REACTIVE NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL INDICES OFEEG INDICES AND RESPIRATORY SINUS PROTEIN IN ADOLESCENTS: EFFECTS OF BMI PROCESSING SPECTRAL VERSUS TEMPORALARRHYTHMIA AS BIOMARKERS OF AND SEX INFORMATION IN NON-NATIVE SYLLABLESTREATMENT RESPONSE IN ADOLESCENTSWITH ASD 4:45 p.m.–6:15 p.m. PROCESSING OF TENSE VIOLATIONS BY Symposium 4.2 CHINESE 2ND LANGUAGE LEARNERS OF1:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m. ENGLISHSymposium 2.3 SOCIAL MISTAKES: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ERROR-RELATED BRAIN ERP EVIDENCE FOR DISTINGUISHINGTHE PRESENT AS THE PAST’S FUTURE PROCESSES BETWEEN ORTHOGRAPHIC/PHONOLOGICAL Chair: Emanuel Donchin Chair: Michael Inzlicht AND BALANCED ADULT ENGLISH READERSPSYCHOPATHOLOGY: DIMENSIONS TO ERN AND THE PLACEBO: A MISATTRIBUTIONRESEARCH DOMAIN CRITERIA 3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m. APPROACH TO STUDYING THE AROUSAL Symposium 3.3 PROPERTIES OF THE ERROR-RELATEDPSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CLASSICAL NEGATIVITYCONDITIONING AT THE INTERFACE OF TO FEAR OR NOT TO FEAR: EXCITATORYCOGNITIVE SCIENCE, NEUROSCIENCE, AND AND INHIBITORY CONDITIONING IN THE IT’S ALL IN YOUR MIND(SET): TRAIT ANDCLINICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY AND THE CLINIC STATE GROWTH MINDSET FACILITATE Chair: Vladimir Miskovic ADAPTIVE ERROR PROCESSINGMENS SANA IN CORPORE SANO: AGING,CEREBROVASCULAR HEALTH, AND IMPAIRED SAFETY SIGNAL PROCESSING AS A KEEPING CHAOS AT BAY: MESSAGES ABOUTCARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS BRAIN-BASED INTERMEDIATE PHENOTYPE COMPREHENSIBLE AND INCOMPREHENSIBLE ORDER REDUCE ERN AMPLITUDEDO YOU ALWAYS HAVE TO BE SO NEGATIVE? WHEN SAFE IS NOT ALWAYS SAFE ERROR-RELATED BRAIN ACTIVITY REVEALS2:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m. THE ROLE OF CONDITIONED FEAR SELF-CENTRIC MOTIVATION: CULTURERefreshment Break GENERALIZATION IN THE ANXIETY MATTERS DISORDERS: A MOVE TOWARD STUDYING3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m. BOTH PAVLOVIAN AND INSTRUMENTALSymposium 3.1 4:45 p.m.–6:15 p.m. CONTRIBUTIONS Symposium 4.3EEG CONNECTIVITY AND AUTISM: PERCEIVING THREAT IN THE FACE OFMETHODOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL FEATURES RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SAFETY: EXCITATION AND INHIBITION OF Chair: Jim Stieben PSYCHOPATHOLOGY RESEARCH USING CONDITIONED FEAR IN HUMAN VISUAL STARTLE PROBE METHODOLOGY CORTEX Chairs: Uma Vaidyanathan & Shmuel Lissek 5
  • 6. 2012 Preliminary Program Outline (subject to change)DEFENSIVE RESPONDING IN MOOD AND 9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. 12:00 noon–1:30 p.m.ANXIETY DISORDERS Symposium 5.2 Break for Lunch (on your own)FEAR-POTENTIATED STARTLE TO THREAT OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL PROBES OF 12:00 noon–1:30 p.m.SHOCK IS ASSOCIATED WITH BEHAVIORAL ATTACHMENT-RELATED PROCESSES Women in Science and Education LunchAVOIDANCE Chair: Michael J. Crowley Box DiscussionBLUNTED EMOTIONAL PROCESSING IN NEURAL PROCESSES UNDERLYING THE The Committee to Promote Student InterestsPATIENTS WITH NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS OF GENERALIZATION OF ATTACHMENT will be hosting a luncheon focused on WomenSCHIZOPHRENIA PATTERNS IN EARLY ADOLESCENCE: AN ERP in Science and Education. Please join us for STUDY the Seventh Annual Women in Science lunchBRAIN AND BLINK RESPONSES TO NOISE box discussion.PROBES DIFFERENTIATE PSYCHOPATHY FROM ATTACHMENT AND EMOTIONAL RESPONSEANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER TO VULNERABILITY This year we are pleased to present social psychologist Dr. Jane Stout from the University6:15 p.m.–8:15 p.m. PROBING THE NEURAL CORRELATES OF of Colorado. Dr. Stout’s presentation willPoster Session II & Exhibits Open MATERNAL EXCLUSION AND REUNION IN delve into her work on the role that group8:15 p.m.–10:15 p.m. MIDDLE CHILDHOOD belonging plays in women opting in andDon’t miss this opportunity to discuss early out of science related fields. Specifically, incareer issues with some of SPR’s leading THE CONSEQUENCES OF ADDICTION TO THE addition to talking about the latest findings NEUROBIOLOGY OF MATERNAL ATTACHMENTscientists! As in past years, the first hour will in STEM research, we will discuss the rolebe a panel discussion, followed by a breakout that belonging plays in women pursuing 9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.into small groups. If you have questions Symposium 5.3 careers in science, buffers in place that leadabout this event or would like to RSVP, please to a sense of alienation, as well as ways tocontact Robin Nusslock by e-mail at nusslock@ AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH TO EMOTION heighten women’s sense of belonging in SPRnorthwestern.edu. The deadline to register is REGULATION: MECHANISMS, INDIVIDUAL and science related fields more generally. InWednesday, September 5. DIFFERENCES, AND DEVELOPMENTAL addition to this year’s presentation, we will CONSIDERATIONS also be starting up a mentorship programFriday, September 21 Chairs: Markus Junghöfer & Ida Wessing where senior graduate students and post- THE NEURAL BASIS OF COGNITIVE CHANGE: docs have an opportunity to meet with senior8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. faculty to ask questions and seek advice about REAPPRAISAL OF EMOTIONAL FACESRegistration being on the job market and pursuing careers MODULATES NEURAL SOURCE ACTIVITY IN A FRONTO-PARIETAL ATTENTION NETWORK in academia.9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE REGULATIONSymposium 5.1 To inquire about participating in the W.I.S.E. OF ATTENTION TOWARD EMOTIONAL STIMULI committee, the mentorship program, or theMARKERS OF ALTERED POSITIVE AND luncheon more generally, please contactNEGATIVE REINFORCEMENT IN INDIVIDUALS THE BRIGHT AND DARK SIDES OF EMOTION Erika Henry (Erika.Henry@colorado.edu).AT RISK FOR SUBSTANCE DEPENDENCE REGULATION: NEURAL CORRELATES OF Also, please RSVP for the luncheon by Chair: Jennifer L. Stewart COGNITIVE REAPPRAISAL IN OPTIMISM AND Wednesday, September 5 so we can provide WORRYSELECTIVE REDUCTION OF ANXIETY BY the appropriate amount of food and drink!ALCOHOL: EVIDENCE FROM LABORATORY CULTURE SHAPES ELECTROCORTICAL 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.MANIPULATIONS OF THREAT UNCERTAINTY RESPONSES DURING EMOTION SUPPRESSION Symposium 6.1DISSOCIATION BETWEEN BRAIN RESPONSES REAPPRAISAL FROM THE CRADLE TO THE UNDERSTANDING PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY INTO CIGARETTE CUES AND NATURAL ROCKING CHAIR: ERP STUDIES OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENTAL CONTEXT: IMPLICATIONSREWARDS IN SMOKERS EMOTION REGULATION ACROSS THE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNALIZING AND LIFESPAN EXTERNALIZING SYMPTOMSYOUNG ADULTS AT RISK FOR STIMULANT Chair: Kristin A. BussDEPENDENCE EXHIBIT REWARD 10:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.DYSFUNCTION DURING REINFORCEMENT RSA STABILITY, EMOTION REGULATION, AND Refreshment BreakLEARNING ANXIETY IN EARLY CHILDREN 11:00 a.m.–12:00 noonINDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN EMOTION THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX IS A MOVING Invited AddressREGULATION, ALCOHOL, AND PERFORMANCE TARGET IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: IMPLICATIONS ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNATURES OFMONITORING OF ONGOING NEURAL MATURATION FOR ERP CONSCIOUS PROCESSING RESEARCH IN LONGITUDINAL STUDIES Stanislas Dehaene, PhD Professor at the Collège de France and INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN EMOTION Director of the Cognitive Neuroimaging REGULATION AND ANXIETY IN SCHOOL- Unit of France’s National Medical Research AGED CHILDREN: CONTINUITY, CHANGE, AND Institute (INSERM) NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL MARKERS Paris, France 6
  • 7. 2012 Preliminary Program Outline (subject to change) PARASYMPATHETIC REGULATION AND CEREBELLAR-DEPENDENT EYEBLINK 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.ADJUSTMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: THE CONDITIONING: A TRANSLATIONAL Symposium 7.3INCREASING IMPORTANCE OF AFFECTIVE BIOMARKER FOR CEREBELLAR DYSFUNCTIONCONTEXT IN SCHIZOPHRENIA THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF SOCIAL PERCEPTION1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Chair: David M. AmodioSymposium 6.2 Refreshment Break STEREOTYPES FACILITATE THE VISUALRECOVERY, REVISION, REINTERPRETATION, PROCESSING OF BLACK FACES: EVIDENCE 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.RESOLUTION? LATE FRONTAL ERP EFFECTS IN FROM THE N170 Symposium 7.1SENTENCE COMPREHENSION N170 AND THE CROSS RACE EFFECT Chair: Edward W. Wlotko NEUROBEHAVIORAL TRAIT CONSTRUCTS: BRIDGING THE STUDY OF INDIVIDUAL WHAT IS THE ROLE OF MIMICRY INLEXICAL VERSUS CONCEPTUAL ANTICIPATION DIFFERENCES AND PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY DETECTING POSED AND GENUINE SMILES?DURING SENTENCE PROCESSING: FRONTAL Chairs: Noah C. Venables & Laura E. DrislanePOSITIVITY AND N400 ERP COMPONENTS PERSON ATTRIBUTIONS UNDER STRESSA FRONTAL ERP POSITIVITY TO FEAR AND SADNESS DIFFERENTIALLY RELATE 5:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m.INTERPRETABLE SENTENTIAL EXPECTANCY TO ERROR-RELATED BRAIN ACTIVITY IN BreakVIOLATIONS PRESCHOOLERS 5:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m.DISTINCT LATE FRONTAL ERP EFFECTS OF THE ERROR-RELATED NEGATIVITY AS A Invited AddressPREDICTABILITY AND SEMANTIC NOVELTY NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL INDEX OF TRAIT DEVELOPMENT OF FEAR-RELATED PROCESSES: DEFENSIVE REACTIVITY: RELATIONSHIPS WITH FROM HUMAN IMAGING TO MOUSE GENETICSTHE POLARITY OF PROSE: PREDICTIVE AND DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY B.J. Casey, PhDREINTERPRETIVE STRATEGIES IN SENTENCE Sackler Professor and Director of the SacklerCOMPREHENSION ARE REFLECTED IN COGNITION-EMOTION INTERACTIONS IN Institute at Weill Medical College of CornellPOSITIVE- AND NEGATIVE-GOING LATE PSYCHOPATHY AND ANTISOCIAL TRAITS: UniversityFRONTAL ERP EFFECTS DISTINCT NEUROBIOLOGICALPATHWAYS TO New York, New York CRIMINAL AND AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIORMIND THE UNSELECTED MEANING: 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.INFLUENCES OF SEMANTIC CONTEXT ON TRAIT DISINHIBITION LINKS EXTERNALIZING Poster Session III & Exhibits OpenN400, SUSTAINED FRONTAL NEGATIVITY DISORDERS AND VARIANTS OF P3 RESPONSEAND READING TIMES DURING AMBIGUITY FROM DIFFERING TASK PROCEDURES 10:00 p.m.–12:00 midnightRESOLUTION Student Social 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m. (Location to be announced) Symposium 7.21:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Symposium 6.3 THE (DYS)REGULATION OF APPROACH Saturday, September 22 MOTIVATION: PERSPECTIVES FROMEXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION OF AFFECTIVE, CLINICAL, AND SOCIAL 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL BIOMARKERS IN NEUROSCIENCE RegistrationSCHIZOPHRENIA Chairs: Philip A. Gable & Dan Fot Chair: Brian F. O’Donnell The University of Alabama, Stony Brook 9:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m. University Refreshment BreakINTERSPECIES COMPARISONS OFDEXAMPHETAMINE AND CANNABINOID MOTIVATED ANGER: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 9:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.EFFECTS ON PREPULSE INHIBITION OF THE TRAIT AND STATE APPROACH MOTIVATION Symposium 8.1STARTLE REFLEX IN HUMANS AND RODENTS: AND ANGERRELATIONSHIP TO SCHIZOPHRENIA NARRATIVE IMAGERY AND EMOTION: BASIC MULTIPLE NEURAL INDICATORS OF DYSREGULATED APPROACH MOTIVATION IN AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCHINVESTIGATING THE AMPHETAMINE Chair: Lisa M. McTeagueMODEL OF PSYCHOSIS WITH MAJOR DEPRESSIONELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ENDOPHENOTYPES APPROACH-RELATED BRAIN ACTIVATION FROM NARRATIVE TEXT TO EMOTIONAL DISTINGUISHES UNIPOLAR DEPRESSION AND IMAGERY: THE NETWORK MODELDOES THE NMDA-RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, BIPOLAR DISORDERKETAMINE, REPRODUCE THE PATTERN OF FUNCTIONAL NEUROANATOMY OFEEG AND ERP ABNORMALITIES OBSERVED DETERMINANTS OF P3 ATTENTIONAL BIAS NARRATIVE EMOTIONAL IMAGERYIN SCHIZOPHRENIA? A TEST OF THE NMDA- TO SMOKING-RELATED STIMULI IN SMOKERSRECEPTOR HYPOFUNCTION MODEL AND NON-SMOKERS: THE ROLE OF CRAVING THE ANXIETY SPECTRUM AND AFFECTIVE AND IMAGE CONTENT MOBILIZATION: OPPOSING INFLUENCES OFAUDITORY STEADY STATE RESPONSE FEAR AND MISERYABNORMALITIES IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND A MOTIVATED ATTENTION TO ALCOHOL CUESNMDA ANTAGONIST RODENT MODEL IN LOW-SENSITIVITY DRINKERS EMOTIONAL IMAGERY IN PATIENTS WITH ANXIETY DISORDERS: A NEW PARADIGM TO ASSESS THERAPEUTIC RESPONSES 7
  • 8. 2012 Preliminary Program Outline (subject to change)9:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m. TASK-DRIVEN ENTRAINMENT OF LOW- 12:30 p.m.–12:45 p.m.Symposium 8.2 FREQUENCY BRAIN OSCILLATIONS IN A Break SENSORY-MOTOR NETWORK: A NEURONALMINDFULNESS-BASED INTERVENTIONS MECHANISM FOR THE SEQUENTIAL 12:45 p.m.–2:30 p.m.HAVE NEUROBIOLOGICAL AND ORGANIZATION OF SOUNDS Business Meeting and LuncheonPSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS Please be sure to register for the Business Chairs: M. Kathleen B. Lustyk & Haley A.C. COROLLARY-DISCHARGE AND MISMATCH Meeting and Luncheon on the SPR Douglas NEGATIVITY STUDIES REVEAL THE PREDICTIVE registration form! (Pre-registration required; NATURE OF AUDITORY PROCESSING tickets are available for a minimal fee.)NEUROBIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OFA MINDFULNESS-BASED INTEGRATIVE ANTICIPATING THE FUTURE: AUTOMATIC 2:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m.BODY–MIND TRAINING INTERVENTION ON PREDICTION FAILURES IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Poster Session IVDEPRESSION AUTOMATIC LEARNING BIASES: 4:30 p.m.–9:00 p.m.MINDFUL ATTENTION REDUCES NEURAL AND ASYMMETRICAL SAMPLING OF EVENT- Extended Dinner Time and City SeeingSELF-REPORTED CUE-INDUCED CRAVING IN PROBABILITY IN THE UNATTENDED AUDITORY (on your own)SMOKERS ENVIRONMENT 9:00 p.m.–12:00 midnightTONIC AND PHASIC CARDIAC VAGAL 11:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m. Saturday Night Social (Cash bar)CONTROL DURING A COGNITIVE CHALLENGE Award for Distinguished Early Career (All attendees and guests are welcome!)IN SUBSTANCE ABUSERS TREATED WITH Contribution to PsychophysiologyMINDFULNESS-BASED RELAPSE PREVENTION “WINNING!”: BASIC AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH ON REWARD-RELATED BRAIN Sunday, September 23INTENSIVE MEDITATION TRAINING INCREASES ACTIVITYTHE MOTIVATIONAL SALIENCE OF HUMAN Greg Hajcak, PhD 8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.SUFFERING Stony Brook University Farewell Breakfast Come at your leisure prior to leaving the9:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. conference! Breakfast will be offered to all!Symposium 8.3 Presidential Address PSYCHONEUROMETRICS: A PARADIGM FOR 9:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.PREDICTIVE PROCESSING IN AUDITION GROUNDING PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT Board of Directors Meeting Chairs: Judith M. Ford & Juanita Todd IN NEUROPHYSIOLOGY Christopher Patrick, PhD Florida State University 8