SOCIETY FOR PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting

September 23-27, 1998

Hyatt Regency Denver

Denver, Colorado, USA


 

1998 PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Wednesday, September 23

Preconference Workshop
Entering the Academic Market Place: A Guide For the Perplexed
Co-sponsored by the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR)

Wednesday, September 23
1:00-6:00 PM
Florentine

This workshop is intended for post-doctoral and advanced graduate students who are preparing to enter the academic job market. The workshop will examine the diverse nature of the institutions that might be seeking at any time to hire assistant professors; review the nature of the academic search process and examine the preparation of the application dossier that will increase the odds of being invited for an interview, including preparation for the interview and the all-important "job talk"; consider the negotiations that the successful candidate will be holding with the department chair; and conclude with a panel of recently hired assistant professors who will discuss their rite of passage into the community of scholars.

Chair: Emanuel Donchin
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

1:00-2:50 PM The varieties of institutional experience: An overview of the options
Tyler Lorig1, Robert Knight2, & Emanuel Donchin3
1Washington and Lee University, 2University of California, Davis, 3University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

3:00-3:25 PM The academic search process
John Stern
Washington University

3:25-3:50 PM The job interview and the job talk: Some do's and don't's
Richard Bootzin
University of Arizona

4:00-4:50 PM So they made you an offer: Negotiating with the chair
Emanuel Donchin1 & Dell Rhodes2
1University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2Reed College

5:00-6:00 PM Making it. . .
Monica Fabiani1, Diane Gooding2, Gabriele Gratton1, John Kline3
1University of Missouri-Columbia, 2University of Wisconsin-Madison, 3Eastern Washington University

 

Wednesday, September 23

Wednesday, 4:00-8:00 PM
Imperial Ballroom Foyer
Registration

Wednesday, 5:30-7:30 PM
Moulin Rouge
Welcoming Reception

 

Thursday, September 24

Thursday, 9:00-9:05 AM
Grand Ballroom
Opening Remarks
Judith M. Ford
Stanford University

Thursday, 9:05-10:00 AM
Grand Ballroom
Distinguished Lecture Series:
Scientific Analysis of Mind
If neuroimaging is the answer, what is the question?

Stephen M. Kosslyn
Harvard University
Chair: Kenneth Hugdahl
University of Bergen
(Supported by the F. J. McGuigan Research Fund)

Thursday, 10:00-10:30 AM
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Coffee Break

Thursday, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM
Grand Ballroom
Symposium 1
Neurophysiologic studies of schizophrenia
Chairs: Gerard E. Bruder1 & Lawrence E. Adler2
1New York State Psychiatric Institute, 2University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and Denver VAMC

Psychotic disturbance and its impact on autonomic nervous system functioning in schizophrenia
Robert Olbrich
Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim

Antisaccade task performance in schizophrenia patients and questionnaire-identified schizotypes
Diane C. Gooding
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Nicotine may modulate catecholaminergic-induced impairment of P50 auditory gating
Lawrence E. Adler, Herbert T. Nagamoto, Ann Olincy, Ellen Cawthra, Merilyne Waldo, Michael Johnson, Lee Hoffer, & Robert Freedman
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and Denver VAMC

N2 asymmetry and right ear advantage in a phonetic dichotic listening task: Differences between schizophrenic and healthy adults
Gerard Bruder, Jurgen Kayser, Craig Tenke, Xavier AMador, Michelle Friedman, Zafar Sharif, & Jack Gorman
New York State Psychiatric Institute

Missing contralateral dominance for auditory stimulation in schizophrenia
Brigitte Rockstroh1, Brett A. Clementz2, Christo Pantev3, Laura D. Blumenfeld2, Jennifer McDowell2, Annette Sterr1, & Thomas Elbert1
1University of Konstanz, 2University of California, San Diego, 3University of Muenster

Discussant: Monte S. Buchsbaum
Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Thursday, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM
Moulin Rouge
Symposium 2
Psychophysiology in ergonomics symposium: ANS and CNS indices of attention, workload and fatigue
Chair: James C. Miller
US Air Force Academy

Psychophysiological stress-strain processes during computer aided multi tasking
Wolfram Boucsein, Bernd Figge, & Florian Schaefer
University of Wuppertal

Eye fixation related potentials in a long VDT task
Akihiro Yagi, Yuji Takeda, & Maxakazu Sugai
Kwansei Gakuin University

Tracking visual attention with SSVEPs
Timothy A. Weber, Orit Karni, & Arthur F. Kramer
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Oculomotor indicators of fatigue and impairment
Jeffrey Krichmar1, John Pollard2, Michael Russo3, Maria Thomas3, Helen Sing3, David Thorne3, Thomas Balkin3, Nancy Wesensten3, Daniel Redmond3, Amy Welsh3, Laura Rowland3, Dagny Johnson3, Randa Aladdin3, Richard Cephus3, Stanley Hall3, & Gregory Belenky3
1PMI Incorporated, USA, 2US Department of Transportation, 3Walter Reed Army Institute of Research

EEG-based monitoring of cognitive load during human computer interaction (HCI)
Michael E. Smith & Alan Gevins
EEG Systems Laboratory & SAM Technology, USA

In-flight telemetric monitoring of helicopter pilot central nervous system activity
John A. Caldwell, C. Frank Kelly, Kristi A. Roberts, & Nicholas K. Smythe
US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory

Thursday, 12:30-2:00 PM
Lunch (on your own)

Thursday, 2:00-3:30 PM
Grand Ballroom
Paper Session I
The many facets of emotion
Chair: Jeanne Tsai
University of Minnesota

The effects of explicit and implicit categorization on event-related potentials
Tiffany A. Ito & John T. Cacioppo
The Ohio State University

Specific approach- and withdrawal-related behaviors associated with anterior electroencephalographic asymmetry
Anita Keener & Andrew Tomarken
Vanderbilt University

Hemispheric asymmetry in classical conditioning to facial stimuli
Sara Saban & Kenneth Hugdahl
University of Bergen

Facial reactions to masked stimuli: Unconsciously evoked emotional responses
Ulf Dimberg, Kurt Elmehed, & Monika Thunberg
Uppsala University

How can you fear what you do not see? Nonconscious fear conditioning and heartbeat detection
Stefan Wiens, Edward S. Katkin, Stacey A. Lauridia, & Robert M. Kelsey
State University of New York at Stony Brook

Further evidence for the undoing effect of positive emotions
Barbara L. Fredrickson, Christine Branigan, Michele Tugade, & Roberta A. Mancuso
University of Michigan

Affective startle modulation in clinical depression: Is severe depression associated with aversive responses to pleasant stimuli?
Nicholas Allen, John Trinder, & Catherine Brennan
University of Melbourne

Thursday, 2:00-3:30 PM
Moulin Rouge
Symposium 3
Event-related brain potential studies of human working memory
Chair: Axel Mecklinger
Max-Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience

Modulation of ERPs during "n-back" working memory tasks: Timing, topography, task correlates, and individual differences
Michael E. Smith, Linda McEvoy, Georgia Rush, & Alan Gevins
EEG Systems Laboratory & SAM Technology, USA

How are objects and places maintained in working memory? ERP evidence for dissociable object and spatial retention systems
Axel Mecklinger & Volker Bosch
Max-Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience

A comparison of the brain areas activated by bottom-up and top-down access to working memory
Ray Johnson, Jr.1 & Daniel S. Ruchkin2
1Queens College, 2University of Maryland

Discussant: Daniel S. Ruchkin
University of Maryland

Thursday, 3:30-4:30 PM
Grand Ballroom
Invited Address
Use-dependent alterations of cortical organization and its clinical implications
Thomas Elbert
University of Konstanz
Chair: Bruce N. Cuthbert
National Institute of Mental Health, USA

Thursday, 4:30-5:30 PM
Moulin Rouge
Graduate Student Social Hour

Thursday, 5:30-8:00 PM
Dinner and free time (on your own)

Thursday, 8:00-10:30 PM
Imperial Ballroom
Poster Session I

 

Friday, September 25

Friday, 8:30-10:30 AM
Grand Ballroom
Symposium 4
Affective neuroscience: The contributions of hemodynamic neuroimaging
Chair: Richard J. Davidson
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Emotional images: Arousal and activation
Margaret M. Bradley, Peter J. Lang, Jeffrey R. Fitzsimmons, Bruce N. Cuthbert, & Dean Sabatinelli
University of Florida

The functional neuroanatomy of affective style: PET and fMRI studies
Richard J. Davidson, Wil Irwin, Heather Abercrombie, Christine L. Larson, Stacey Schaefer, & Steven Sutton
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Brain correlates of unexpected panic attack: A human positron emission tomographic study
Mats Fredrikson, Hakan Fischer, Jesper L. R. Andersson, & Tomas Furmark
Uppsala University

Neuroanatomy of attention to emotional experience
Richard D. Lane, Gereon R. Fink, Phyllis M. L. Chua, & Raymond J. Dolan
University of Arizona

Discussant: Kenneth Hugdahl
University of Bergen

Friday, 10:30-11:00 AM
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Coffee Break

Friday, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Grand Ballroom
Invited Address
Neurophysiological and neuroimaging studies of face processing in humans
Gregory McCarthy
Duke University
Chair: Arthur F. Kramer
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Friday, 12:00-1:30 PM
Lunch (on your own)

Friday, 1:30-3:30 PM
Grand Ballroom
Symposium 5
Error-processing and the brain: An overview of current research
Chairs: Wolfgang H. R. Miltner1 & Michael G. H. Coles2
1Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, 2University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Error-related brain activity: Historical introduction
Michael G. H. Coles, Marten K. Scheffers, & Clay Holroyd
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The error negativity (Ne): Error detection or inhibition?
Michael Falkenstein, Joachim Hohnsbein, & Joerg Hoormann
Institute for Occupational Physiology, Germany

Where does the brain process errors? On the neural generators of the ERN
Wolfgang H. R. Miltner1, Ulrike Lemke1, Clay Holroyd2, Marten K. Scheffers2, & Michael G. H. Coles2
1Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, 2University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Action monitoring deficits in obsessive-compulsive disorder
William J. Gehring, Joseph Himle, & Laura G. Nisenson
University of Michigan

Greed and fear: Error monitoring in low and high socialized individuals
John J. B. Allen & Ziya V. Dikman
University of Arizona

Discussant: Don M. Tucker
University of Oregon

Friday, 1:30-3:30 PM
Moulin Rouge
Symposium 6
Effects of rumination and emotion regulation on autonomic arousal
Chair: William Gerin
Cornell University Medical Center-The New York Hospital

Social support and the role of rumination on responses to stress
Laura Glynn1, Nicholas Christenfeld2, & William Gerin3
1University of California, Irvine, 2University of California, San Diego, 3Cornell University Medical Center-The New York Hospital

An integrative model of attentional and affective regulation
Julian F. Thayer1, Bruce H. Friedman2, Thomas D. Borkovec3, & Richard D. Lane4
1University of Missouri-Columbia, 2Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 3The Pennsylvania State University, 4University of Arizona

Intrusive thoughts monitoring and avoidance: A response-discrepancy analysis
Randall S. Jorgensen, Cynthia A. Larson, & Craig K. Ewart
Syracuse University

Emotional suppression: There's more to it than meets the eye
James J. Gross
Stanford University

Discussant: Nicholas Christenfeld
University of California, San Diego

Friday, 3:30-4:00 PM
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Coffee Break

Friday, 4:00-5:00 PM
Grand Ballroom
Paper Session II
Responses to stress
Chair: Erin A. Hazlett
Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Resiliency and reactivity in response to acoustic startle
Arlene R. King & Robert W. Levenson
University of California, Berkeley

Secretory immunoglobulin A and cardiovascular reactions to mental arithmetic and paced breathing
Christopher Ring, Douglas Carroll, Jonathan Cooke, Adrian Ferraro, Gonneke Willemsen, & Mark Drayson
University of Birmingham

Individual differences in baseline cortisol and adjustment to kindergarten: A prospective study
N. A. Smider, M. J. Essex, N. Kalin, K. A. Buss, R. J. Davidson, H. H. Goldsmith, & M. H. Klein
University of Wisconsin-Madison

The effects of opposite-sex and same-sex supportive friends on cardiovascular reactivity during evaluative and non-evaluative tasks
Wendy Berry Mendes, Jim Blascovich, Jennifer Watson, & Terry Kelly
University of California, Santa Barbara

Psychophysiological stress dampening effects of ethanol in subjects with a familial risk for alcoholism
Bernhard Croissant, Heiderose Pfeiffer, & Robert Olbrich
Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim

Friday, 4:00-5:00 PM
Moulin Rouge
Paper Session III
Perspectives on attention
Chair: Brett A. Clementz
University of California, San Diego

Attention reduces early and increases late magnetic field amplitudes
Hubert Preissl1, Werner Lutzenberger1, & Niels Birbaumer1,2
1University of Tübingen, 2University of Padova

Event-related potentials to attended and ignored olfactory and trigeminal stimuli
Mark W. Geisler1,2, Christina B. Middleton2, Christina Schlotfeldt2, & Claire Murphy1,2
1University of California School of Medicine, 2San Diego State University

Directed attention to object parts and wholes: ERP evidence for lateralized, parallel processing
Maureen A. Evans, Judith M. Shedden, Stephanie J. Hevenor, & Mark C. Hahn
McMaster University

Effects of visuospatial attention on HR and ERPs: Evidence for cortical modulation of autonomic responses
F. M. van der Veen1,2, J. J. Lange2, G. Mulder2, L. J. M. Mulder2, & M. W. van der Molen1
1University of Amsterdam, 2University of Groningen

Effects of baseline autonomic activity on perceptual sensitivity and attention
Dmitry M. Davydov1 & David Shapiro2
1Serbsky National Research Center for Social and Forensic Psychiatry, 2University of California, Los Angeles

Friday, 5:00-7:30 PM
Imperial Ballroom
Poster Session II

 

Saturday, September 26

Saturday, 8:30-10:00 AM
Moulin Rouge
Symposium 7
Applying psychophysiology in the clinic
Chair: Walton T. Roth
Stanford University

Applied polysomnography: A success story?
Steven H. Woodward1 & Max Hirshkowitz2
1PAVAHCS, 2Houston VAMC & Baylor College of Medicine

Applications for medicine and neurology
Niels Birbaumer
University of Tübingen & University of Padova

Applications for the anxiety disorders
Gudrun Sartory1 & Peter J. Lang2
1University of Wuppertal, 2University of Florida

Applications for psychoses
Robert W. McCarley1 & William G. Iacono
1Harvard Medical School, 2University of Minnesota

Applications for dementia and specific cognitive deficits
John Polich1 & David Friedman2
1The Scripps Research Institute, 2New York State Psychiatric Institute

Saturday, 8:30-10:00 AM
Florentine
Symposium 8
Cortically induced gamma-band responses in man and animals: Expression of stimulus presentation, stimulus meaning and/or higher cognitive functions?
Chair: Matthias M. Müller
University of Konstanz

Synchronization in the primate visual cortex: Concepts, methods and data from multi-electrode recordings
Winrich A. Freiwald1, Andreas K. Kreiter2, & Wolf Singer1
1Max-Planck Institute for Brain Research, 2University of Bremen

Induced gamma-band oscillatory activity and visual object representation
Cathrine Tallon-Baudry & Oliver Bertrand
INSERM U280 Mental Processes and Cerebral Activation

Altering visually induced gamma-band responses by spatial selective visual attention in the human EEG
Matthias M. Müller, Thomas Gruber, Andreas Keil, Thomas Elbert, & Brigitte Rockstroh
University of Konstanz

Coherent gamma-band activity underlying human cognition
Urs Ribary & Rodolfo Llinas
New York University Medical Center

Mechanisms of representation and meaning revealed by gamma activity
Walter J. Freeman
University of California, Berkeley

Saturday, 10:00-10:30 AM
Moulin Rouge
Award for Distinguished Early Career Contribution to Psychophysiology

Pain perception in individuals at risk for hypertension
Christopher R. France
Ohio University

Chair: Rafael Klorman
University of Rochester

Saturday, 10:30-11:30 AM
Grand Ballroom
Presidential Address
Schizophrenia: The broken P300 and beyond
Judith M. Ford
Stanford University
Chair: William G. Iacono
University of Minnesota

Saturday, 11:30 AM-2:00 PM
Grand Ballroom
Luncheon and General Business Meeting
(lunch ticket required)
Chair: Judith M. Ford
Stanford University

Tursky Award for Outstanding Student Poster Presentation
Chair: William G. Iacono
University of Minnesota

Saturday, 2:00-2:30 PM
Far East
Open Meeting with the Editorial Board of Psychophysiology
Chair: Gregory A. Miller, Editor
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Saturday, 2:30-4:00 PM
Moulin Rouge
Symposium 9
Stress, trauma, and the development of psychopathology: Integrating psychophysiology and emotional experience
Chair: Seth Pollak
University of Wisconsin-Madison

The startle response in posttraumatic stress disorder
Christian Grillon & Andrew Morgan
Yale University

ERP responses of maltreated children to facial expressions of affect
Seth Pollak1, Rafael Klorman2, Dante Cicchetti2,3, & Joan Brumaghim2
1University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2University of Rochester, 3Mt. Hope Family Center

Emotional suppression and physiologic response to trauma cues in PTSD
Martina Rich, Timothy W. Smith, John C. Kircher, & Steven N. Martin
University of Utah

Is repetitive startling stressful to school-age boys?
Edward Ornitz
University of California, Los Angeles

Discussant: Peter J. Lang
University of Florida

Saturday, 2:30-4:00 PM
Florentine
Symposium 10
Beyond baseline: Dynamic changes in vagal tone
Chair: Jane A. Doussard-Roosevelt
University of Maryland

Individual differences in dynamic changes in vagal tone in five-month-old infants
Olga V. Bazhenova & Jane A. Doussard-Roosevelt
University of Maryland

Infant development of task-related vagal regulation from 2 to 20 months
Patricia E. Suess & Marc Bornstein
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, USA

Cardiac correlates of aggressive/destructive behavior in two-year-old children
Susan D. Calkins
University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Attention and vagal regulation in two-year-olds
Peter J. Marshall & Nathan A. Fox
University of Maryland

Discussant: Stephen W. Porges
University of Maryland

Saturday, 4:00-4:30 PM
Grand Ballroom Foyer
Coffee Break

Saturday, 4:30-5:30 PM
Grand Ballroom
Invited Address
Variations in maternal care and the development of individual differences in neural systems mediating behavioral and endocrine responses to stress
Michael J. Meaney
McGill University
Chair: Richard J. Davidson
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Saturday, 5:30-8:00 PM
Dinner and free time (on your own)

Saturday, 8:00-10:00 PM
Imperial Ballroom
Poster Session III

Saturday, 10:00 PM-12:00 AM
Moulin Rouge
Saturday Night Social

 

Sunday, September 27

Sunday, 8:30-10:30 AM
Grand Ballroom
Continental Breakfast

Sunday, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Florentine
Methodology Workshop I
Understanding your lab: Amplifiers, computers, and other stuff
Chairs: Bruce N. Cuthbert1 & James J. Gross2
1National Institute of Mental Health, USA, 2Stanford University

Sunday, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Parisienne
Methodology Workshop II
Current developments in cardiovascular psychophysiology
Chair: Gary G. Berntson
The Ohio State University

Heart rate variability and respiratory sinus arrhythmia
Gary G. Berntson
The Ohio State University

Impedance cardiography
Michael T. Allen
University of Southern Mississippi

Current trends in cardiovascular psychophysiology
John T. Cacioppo
The Ohio State University

Sunday, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Far East
Methodology Workshop III
Dense EEG electrode arrays
Chairs: Leun Otten1 & Brigitte Rockstroh2
1Rotman Research Institute, 2University of Konstanz

How many electrodes do you want? Error as a function of electrode number and interpolation method
George R. Mangun
University of California, Davis

An empirical approach to the limits of EEG/ERP spatial resolution
Mark Pflieger
Neuro Scan, Inc.

Identifying components, extracting composite variables, and searching for latent variables in dense array data sets
Don M. Tucker
University of Oregon & Electrical Geodesics, Inc.

Independent components of event-related brain dynamics
Scott Makeig
Naval Health Research Center & University of California, San Diego

Activation of cortical networks during semantic and arithmetic fact retrieval
Frank Rösler
Philipps-University Marburg

 


 

 

Poster Session I: Thursday, September 24

1
EEG differentiation of worry and depression
Tracey Shissler, Deane Aikins, & William J. Ray
The Pennsylvania State University

2
Correlations between 16 self-report dimensions of emotional experience and fast fourier transform (FFT) analysis of electroencephalographic data
Adam Blai, Suzanne Weinstein, & William J. Ray
The Pennsylvania State University

3
Individual differences in worry and the startle reflex during worry, sadness, and neutral verbal-linguistic activity
C.E. Molnar, A. Chilton, J.T. Coyle, W.J. Ray, M.G. Newman, T.D. Borkovec, & K.S. Quigley
The Pennsylvania State University

4
Cross-modal prepulse modification of ERP & startle
Serkan Oray, Zhong-Lin Lu, & Michael Dawson
University of Southern California

5
To live and love in L.A.: Startling relationships
Veronica Y. Mejia1, Anna Marie Medina1, Michael E. Dawson1, Anne M. Schell2, & Gayla Margolin1
1University of Southern California, 2Occidental College

6
Is there more to discrete prepulses than meets the eye?
Jonathan Wynn 1, Michael Dawson 1, & Anne Schell 2
1University of Southern California, 2Occidental College

7
Topography of the presaccadic negativity in schizophrenic patients and healthy controls
Ch. Klein1, T. Heinks1, B. Andresen2, P. Berg3, E. Hafstad1, R. Mass2, S. Moritz2, U. Buck2, & D. Naber2
1University of Freiburg, 2University of Hamburg, 3University of Konstanz

8
Improvement of antisaccade and neuropsychological performance during childhood
Ch. Klein, F. Foerster, & R. Vattes
University of Freiburg

9
Monetary incentive and working memory load modulate anterior brain activity
Steven K. Sutton1, Alexander J. Shackman2, & Richard J. Davidson2
1University of Miami, 2University of Wisconsin-Madison

10
Vagal tone in infancy: Heritability, behavioral correlates, and EEG
Kristin A. Buss, Jessica Malmstadt, Isa Dolski, Dave Caranfa, Richard J. Davidson, & H. Hill Goldsmith
University of Wisconsin-Madison

11
Affective style, frontal EEG asymmetry and the time course of the emotion-modulated startle response
Christine L. Larson, Steven K. Sutton, & Richard J. Davidson
University of Wisconsin-Madison

12
ERP correlates of central executive (CE) function during working memory tasks
Ivan Kiss, Hannah Pazderka-Robinson, & Kevin Phillips
Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital & University of Alberta

13
Electrophysiological correlates of self-rated affective stimuli in a 3 stimulus oddball paradigm
Hannah Pazderka-Robinson, Ivan Kiss, & Kevin Phillips
Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital & University of Alberta

14
Psychophysiological correlates of narcissism during active coping
Robert M. Kelsey1, Sidney R. Ornduff2, Sarah Reiff3, & Carlotta Arthur1
1State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2Long Island University at Brooklyn, 3University of Massachusetts Medical Center

15
Cardiovascular reactivity to psychological stress in three racial/ethnic groups
Carlotta M. Arthur, Robert M. Kelsey, & Edward S. Katkin
State University of New York at Stony Brook

16
Physiological detection of deception and the false memory phenomenon
Stefan Wiens, Gewn-hi Park, Edward S. Katkin, Suparna Rajaram, & Robert M. Kelsey
State University of New York at Stony Brook

17
EEG mapping of phonological and semantic processes in Italian and German subjects: A cross-linguistic study
Alessandro Angrilli1,2, Christian Dobel2, Thomas Elbert2, Luciano Stegagno1, Daniela Palomba1, & Brigitte Rockstroh2
1University of Padova, 2University of Konstanz

18
Evidence for an expansion of the tonotopic map in the auditory cortex of blind persons
Annette Sterr1, Brigitte Rockstroh1, Thomas Elbert1, Matthias M. Müller1, Christo Pantev2, & Edward Taub3
1University of Konstanz, 2University of Münster, 3University of Alabama at Birmingham

19
Localization of working memory activity in multi-channel recordings
Andreas Löw1, Brigitte Rockstroh1, Rudolf Cohen1, Olaf Hauk1, Patrick Berg1, & Wolfgang Maier2
1University of Konstanz, 2University of Bonn

20
Visually-induced gamma band response is not only modulated by stimuli features but also by visual spatial attention
Thomas Gruber, Matthias M. Müller, Andreas Keil, & Thomas Elbert
University of Konstanz

21
Event-related potentials and gamma-band response in viewing rotating ambiguous pictures
A. Keil1, M. M. Müller1, T. Elbert1, T.Gruber1, & William J. Ray2
1University of Konstanz, 2The Pennsylvania State University

22
Dyslexia and differences in the functional organization of auditory cortex: Evidence from event-related magnetic fields
Sabine Heim1, Juergen Kaufmann1, Ivonne Fuechter1, Carsten Eulitz1, Christo Pantev2, Antoinette Lamprecht-Dinnesen2, Peter Matulat2, Petra Scheer2, Marianne Borstel2, & Thomas Elbert1
1University of Konstanz, 2University of Münster

23
Orienting to structural features in radio messages
Robert F. Potter, Annie Lang, & Paul D. Bolls
Indiana University

24
Tabloid television: Arousal, attention, and memory
Annie Lang, Maria Elizabeth Grabe, Shuhua Zhou, Paul D. Bolls, & Robert F. Potter
Indiana University

25
I saw it on the radio: Listeners' physiological and cognitive responses to imagery eliciting radio commercials
Paul D. Bolls, Robert F. Potter, & Annie Lang
Indiana University

26
Effects of 5-HT3 receptor antagonists on gastric tachyarrhythmia and the symptoms of motion sickness
Max E. Levine, Jennifer Chillas, Robert M. Stern, & Glenn W. Knox
The Pennsylvania State University

27
Acuband relieves symptoms of motion sickness and abnormal gastric dysrhythmias
Michael D. Jokerst, Eric R. Muth, Chris Hollis, & Robert M. Stern
The Pennsylvania State University

28
Event-related potential topography in illusory recognition
Antoinette R. Miller, J. Peter Rosenfeld, & Christopher Baratta
Northwestern University

29
Psychological and psychophysiological correlates of cognitive appraisals of stress
Tamera R. Schneider1 & Edward S. Katkin2
1Yale University, 2State University of New York at Stony Brook

30
Influence of immediate and delayed responses on a frontal positive slow wave in the ERP
Stefanie Maier, Ewald Naumann, Gabriele Becker, Dirk Hagemann, Alexander Luerken, & Dieter Bartussek
University of Trier

31
Electrocortical correlates of negative priming
Ewald Naumann, Christian Fleischer, & Axel Buchner
University of Trier

32
The lateral presentation of words: An ERP study with subjects scoring high on a bodily complaint scale - preliminary results
A. Luerken, E. Naumann, F. Gerhards, G. Becker, D. Hagemann, & S. Maier
University of Trier

33
The rejection of ocular artifacts in spontaneous EEG asymmetry research does not make a difference
Dirk Hagemann, Ewald Naumann, Stefanie Maier, Alexander Luerken, Gabi Becker, & Dieter Bartussek
University of Trier

34
Heart rate deceleration, respiration frequency decrease and skin conductance responses to affective visual stimulation of negative valence: Emotion, attention or orienting markers?
E. Tato Sokhadze, Imgap Yi, Sangsup Choi, Kyung-Hwa Lee, & Jin-Hun Sohn
Chungnam National University

35
ANS and EEG differentiation of emotions induced by pictorial stimuli: Some differences within similar response pattern in passive viewing mode
Jin-Hun Sohn, Imgap Yi, Kyung-Hwa Lee, E. Tato Sokhadze, & Sangsup Choi
Chungnam National University

36
Music facilitates recovery of physiological effects produced by aversive visual stimulation
Kyung-Hwa Lee, Imgap Yi, Sangsup Choi, E. Tato Sokhadze, Yeounsuk Park, & Jin-Hun Sohn
Chungnam National University

37
Cardiac vagal control: A psychophysiological correlate of emotional expressivity
Michele M. Tugade & Barbara L. Fredrickson
University of Michigan

38
Anger ideals and differences in duration of physiological arousal
Roberta A. Mancuso & Barbara L. Fredrickson
University of Michigan

39
Valence-dependent modulation of cardiac acceleration: Is it due to respiration?
Thomas Ritz1, Miriam Thoens2, & Bernhard Dahme2
1University of London, 2University of Hamburg

40
Heart rate variability in speech and non-speech fearful individuals
Kate Peasley-Miklus, Jason D. Robinson, & Scott R. Vrana
Purdue University

41
Responses to affective pictures among African-American adolescents
Scott R. Vrana & David Rollock
Purdue University

42
Effects of emotion on self-focused attention, heart rate and facial EMG
Georgia Panayiotou1 & Scott R. Vrana2
1Mississippi State University, 2Purdue University

43
An MEG study of auditory evoked response suppression in schizophrenia
Laura D. Blumenfeld & Brett A. Clementz
University of California, San Diego

44
Ocular motor delayed response task performance of schizophrenia spectrum subjects
Colleen A. Brenner, Jennifer E. McDowell, Kristen Cadenhead, & Brett A. Clementz
University of California, San Diego

45
For better or worse?: Habituation or sensitization in phobic reactivity?
Dean Sabatinelli, Margaret M. Bradley, Bruce N. Cuthbert, & Peter J. Lang
University of Florida

46
Assessing the heart's desire: Cardiac patterns in affective perception
Margaret M. Bradley
University of Florida

47
Fear potentiation of cardiac defense in phobic subjects
María Sánchez1, Isabel Ramírez1, María Carmen Fernández1, Jaime Vila1, Margaret M. Bradley2, & Peter J. Lang2
1University of Granada, 2University of Florida

48
Emotional modulation of cardiac defense in humans
María Sánchez1, Isabel Ramírez1, María Carmen Fernández1, Jaime Vila1, Margaret M. Bradley2, & Peter J. Lang2
1University of Granada, 2University of Florida

49
Team rivalry: Motivated attention in die-hard football fans
Charles Hillman1, Bruce Cuthbert2, Harald Schupp3, & Peter Lang2
1University of Maryland, 2University of Florida, 3University of Greifswald

50
An fMRI study of working memory in schizophrenic outpatients
William M. Perlstein1,2, Fred W. Sabb2, Jonathan D. Cohen2,3, & Cameron S. Carter2
1University of Florida, 2University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, 3Carnegie Mellon University

51
The effect of caffeine-induced arousal and attentional direction on startle prepulse inhibition
A. Elden, & M.A. Flaten
University of Tromsoe

52
Impaired classical eyeblink conditioning in elderly subjects: The role of autonomic arousal
Magne Arve Flaten & Oddgeir Friborg
University of Tromsoe

53
Caffeine-associated stimuli generate arousal: An experimental model of the placebo effect
Magne Areve Flaten1 & Terry D. Blumenthal2
1University of Tromsoe, 2Wake Forest University

54
Attention, valence, threat/challenge, and the startle reflex
M. Scott Bovelsky & Terry D. Blumenthal
Wake Forest University

55
Affective and physiological responses to self-confrontation with computer displayed profile images
David Amram1, Nina K. Anderson1,2, & Donald B. Giddon1
1Harvard School of Dental Medicine, 2Health Programs Intl.

56
Pharmacological modulation of autonomic nervous system activity and effects on cognitive, emotional and memory processes. Part 1: Value of heart rate variability, blood pressure variability and systolic time intervals in reflecting changes of autonomic tone
Hartmut Schächinger, Wolf Langewitz, Rudolf Ritz, & Markus Weinbacher
University Hospital Basel

57
Pharmacological modulation of autonomic nervous system activity and effects on cognitive, emotional and memory processes. Part 2: Self reported affect states, cardioception and valence ratings of facial expressions and other pictures
Lukas Mundorff, Hartmut Schächinger, & Wolf Langewitz
University Hospital Basel

58
Pharmacological modulation of autonomic nervous system activity and effects on cognitive, emotional and memory processes. Part 3: Impact of sympathetic activation on the acoustic startle response
Marc Lüthy & Hartmut Schächinger
University Hospital Basel

59
Pharmacological modulation of autonomic nervous system activity and effects on cognitive, emotional and memory processes. Part 4: Sympathetic activation and memory for emotional events
Tobias Moor, Hartmut Schächinger, Alexander Kiss, & Wolf Langewitz
University Hospital Basel

60
Lateralized consonant identification during affective word processing: An event-related potential study
F. Joseph McClernon
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

61
Psychophysiological research and career development: Funding opportunities at NIMH
Mary Ellen Oliveri
National Institute of Mental Health

62
3-D striatal thalamic volume and functional correlates of startle modification in schizophrenia
Erin A. Hazlett, Monte S. Buchsbaum, Melissa B. Singer, & Andrew Casimir
Mount Sinai School of Medicine

63
fMRI Imaging of sex differences in pain response
M.S. Buchsbaum1, C.Y. Tang1, B. Buchsbaum2, D. Lu1, T.C. Wei1, J.L. Spiegel Cohen1, & S.W. Atlas1
1Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 2University of California, Irvine

64
The handedness effect in processing laboratory stress: The electrodermal (EDR), heart rate and EEG responses
Nadezhda E. Lysenko, Elizabeth K. Shott, & Gennady G. Arakelov
Lomonosov' Moscow State University

65
Ambivalence in social relationships predicts cardiovascular reactivity to acute stress
Julianne Holt-Lunstad, Darcy Uno, J.B. Flinders, & Bert N. Uchino.
University of Utah

66
Age-related differences in cardiovascular reactivity to stress
Darcy Uno, Julianne Holt-Lunstad, J. B. Flinders, & Bert N. Uchino
University of Utah

67
A comparison of stimulus- and response-locked ERP activity elicited during episodic recall and recognition
Ray Johnson, Jr. & John Zhu
Queens College

68
Latent inhibition in young and old adults
Pamela Flax1, Diane L. Filion2, Douglas R. Denney1, & Joan McDowd2
1University of Kansas, 2University of Kansas Medical Center

69
A new method for detecting LRP onsets and onset latency differences
Peter J. Gianaros & J. Toby Mordkoff
The Pennsylvania State University

70
Affective information processing in schizophrenia: A psychophysiological analysis
Sarah E. Morris, Cindy M. Yee, & Keith H. Nuechterlein
University of California, Los Angeles

71
Effects of stimulus intensity on P50 suppression in schizophrenia
Todd J. Farchione, Cindy M. Yee, Sarah E. Morris, & Keith H. Nuechterlein
University of California, Los Angeles

72
Moderation of the auditory P50 by a psychological stressor among subtypes of schizophrenia
Patricia M. White1, Cindy M.Yee1, Keith H. Nuechterlein1, & Donna A. Wirshing2
1University of California, Los Angeles, 2West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Medical Center

73
Effects of different concentrations of pickle juice on facial EMG activity
Catherine A. Tyner, Maria D. Levy, Jason E. Scozzafava, Kathleen A. McChesney, Kathryn A. Player, & Senqi Hu
Humboldt State University

74
Facial EMG activity reflects taste sensory experience
Kathryn A. Player, Kathleen A. McChesney, Maria D. Levy, Jason E. Scozzafava, Catherine A. Tyner, & Senqi Hu
Humboldt State University

75
Effects of tasting sugar, salt, and water on facial EMG activity
Maria D. Levy, Catherine A. Tyner, Kathleen A. McChesney, Kathryn A. Player, Jason E. Scozzafava, & Senqi Hu
Humboldt State University

76
Systematic investigation of physiological correlates to motion sickness provoked by viewing an optokinetic rotating drum
Kathleen A. McChesney, Kathryn A. Player, Jason E. Scozzafava, & Senqi Hu
Humboldt State University

77
Optokinetic nystagmus correlates with severity of vection-induced motion sickness and gastric tachyarrhythmia
Jason E. Scozzafava, Kathryn A. Player, Kathleen A. McChesney, Catherine A. Tyner, Maria D. Levy, & Senqi Hu
Humboldt State University

78
Independent components of event-related brain dynamics
Scott Makeig1,2, Tzyy-Ping Jung3, & Terrence J. Sejnowsk2,3
1Naval Health Research Center, 2University of California, San Diego 3The Salk Institute

79
Spatial analysis of spontaneous EEG during cognitive tasks
Charles W. Anderson & David A. Peterson
Colorado State University

80
PCA-derived vector filters for the identification of ERP components
Blair D. Hicks1, Brandy G. Isaacks1, Gabriele Gratton2, Cindy M. Yee3, & Gregory A. Miller1
1University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2University of Missouri Columbia, 3University of California, Los Angeles

81
Smoking affects response magnitude and onset of response-locked but not stimulus-locked LRP
Michael E. Houlihan1, Walter S. Pritchard1,2, Thomas D. Guy2, & John H. Robinson1,2
1Wake Forest University School of Medicine, 2R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company

82
P300 and response selection revisited using independent-components analysis (ICA)
Walter S. Pritchard1,2, Michael E. Houlihan2, & John H. Robinson1,2
1R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, 2Wake Forest University School of Medicine

83
Attention and emotion in the affective startle eyeblink modification: Abnormalities of the valence modulated PPI in affect blunted schizophrenia outpatients
Martin Volz, Peter Kirsch, Erhard Schneeweiss, Miriam Roehrig, & Eibe Rudolf Rey
Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim

84
Deficits in the differential autonomic conditioning in schizophrenics: The role of attentional and emotional disturbances
Peter Kirsch & Martin Volz
Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim

85
Imaging the learning brain: Temporal-spatial analysis of magnetic brain activity during differential eyeblink conditioning in man
Peter Kirsch1, Martina Kirsch2, & Michael Scherg2
1Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, 2University of Heidelberg

86
The impact of police job stress on emotional responding during marital interaction
Nicole A. Roberts1, Hideko Uchida2, & Robert W. Levenson1
1University of California, Berkeley, 2San Francisco State University

87
Age and gender differences in physiology during marital interaction
Cenita S. Kupperbusch & Robert W. Levenson
University of California, Berkeley

88
Do baseline adjustments only apply to physiology variables? The case for simultaneous adjustment of physiological and self-report variables
Wm. Peter Flannery, Robert. W. Levenson, & Kelly Werner
University of California, Berkeley

89
Using a forest of electrodes to clear a garden path: Identifying the ERP components elicited by disambiguating words
Kevin M. Spencer1, Axel Mecklinger2, Angela D. Friederici2, & Emanuel Donchin1
1University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2Max-Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience

90
The mental prosthesis: Assessing the speed of a P300-based brain computer interface
Kevin M. Spencer, Orit Karni, Ranjith Wijesinghe, & Emanuel Donchin
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

91
Absolute pitch and the P300: The question of task difficulty and strategy
Laura A. Bischoff, Roni Granot, & Emanuel Donchin
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

92
Counter mimicry effects as a function of racial attitudes
P. Herrera, P. Bourgeois, & U. Hess
University of Quebec at Montreal

93
Impedance pneumography: From noise to signal in impedance cardiography
John M. Ernst1, Daniel A. Litvack2, David Lozano2, John T. Cacioppo2, & Gary G. Berntson2
1Illinois Wesleyan University, 2The Ohio State University

94
ERPs and evaluative categorizations: An index of the negativity bias
Jeff T. Larsen, N. Kyle Smith, Tiffany A. Ito, & John T. Cacioppo
The Ohio State University

95
Social evaluation and cardiovascular response: Effects of audience status and the fixedness of a behavioral challenge
Karen Killebrew & Rex Wright
University of Alabama at Birmingham

96
Autonomic and attentional correlates of affective processing
Michela Sarlo, Daniela Palomba, Alessandro Angrilli, & Luciano Stegagno
University of Padova

97
Synchronous oscillations in the gamma band evoked to task-relevant stimuli
Albert R. Haig & Evian Gordon
Westmead Hospital & University of Sydney

98
ERPs with and without an "Orienting Reflex"
E. Gordon, H. Bahramali, L. Lim, & A. Haig
Westmead Hospital

99
Adaptive changes of event-related potential N2b concomitant with skin conductance response during a sensory discrimination task
Chong Lee Lim, Christopher Rennie, & Evian Gordon
University of Sydney & Westmead Hospital

100
A "P300a" in an "Attend" condition paradigm?
Jim Lagopoulos, Evian Gordon, Homayoun Bahramali, Chris Rennie, Chong L. Lim, Paul Clouston, & John G.L. Morris
Westmead Hospital

 

Poster Session II: Friday, September 25

1
Relationship between neuronal and hemodynamic signals: An optical imaging study
Gabriele Gratton, Marsha R. Goodman-Wood, & Monica Fabiani
University of Missouri-Columbia

2
Response competition within the motor cortex: An optical imaging study
M. Catherine DeSoto, Gabriele Gratton, & Monica Fabiani
University of Missouri-Columbia

3
ERP analysis of task switching during a spatial Stroop task
M. Catherine DeSoto, Monica Fabiani, & Gabriele Gratton
University of Missouri-Columbia

4
Differential effects of stimulus dimension and memory load in a working memory task
Emily Wee & Monica Fabiani
University of Missouri-Columbia

5
Coping style and anger control modify cardiovascular responses to mental arithmetic and mirror tracing
Linda Hunt, Krista Stephens, Amy Lanham, Diane Steinman, & Albert Boquet
University of Central Oklahoma

6
Cardiovascular reactivity to laboratory stress is modified by anger and exercise
Chad Watts, Linda Hunt, Amy Lanham, Krista Stephens, Scott Hazlett, & Albert Boquet
University of Central Oklahoma

7
Sounds startling: Acoustic probes in acoustic foregrounds
Thomas Russmann, Margaret M. Bradley, & Peter J. Lang
University of Florida

8
Film noir: Emotion in black and white
Margaret M. Bradley, Jana Axelrad, Maurizio Codispoti, Bruce N. Cuthbert, & Peter J. Lang
University of Florida

9
Stimulus complexity and affective contents: Startle reactivity over time
Maurizio Codispoti, Margaret M. Bradley, Bruce N. Cuthbert, Ornella Montebarocci, & Peter J. Lang
University of Florida

10
Scrapes, stabs, and steel: Dental fear and dental imagery
Evelyn Sullivan, Bruce N. Cuthbert, Katherine Karpinia, & Peter J. Lang
University of Florida

11
Spatio-temporal dynamics of verbal working memory: Parallel fMRI and ERP studies
William M. Perlstein1,2, Fred W. Sabb2, Jonathan D. Cohen2,3, & Cameron S. Carter2
1University of Florida, 2University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, 3Carnegie Mellon University

12
The effects of a session of cigarette smoking on heart period variability and complexity
Rachel E. Nabors-Oberg1, Julian F. Thayer1, Ray Niaura2, & John J. Sollers III3
1University of Missouri-Columbia, 2Brown University, 3University of Oklahoma

13
Spectral analysis of heart rate during the transition of orthostasis
Anita J. Sarno, Melanie Pearson, Rachel Nabors-Oberg, & Julian Thayer
University of Missouri-Columbia

14
The thrill of the ride: Sensation seeking and heart rate variability
Melanie A. Pearson, Rachel Nabors-Oberg, A. Brose, B. Dade, K. Davis, J. Furrer, R. Gross, S. Kent, P. Luther, E. Prenger, J. Remidez, L. Schreiman, M. Starke, I. Smith, S. Weathermax, S. WeMott, & Julian Thayer
University of Missouri-Columbia

15
The effect of signal tone pitch on heart rate response to tone-cued emotional imagery
Scott R. Vrana
Purdue University

16
Effects of evaluation anxiety and self-focused attention on heart rate during two reaction time tasks
Georgia Panayiotou1, Scott R. Vrana2, & Deric Kenne1
1Mississippi State University, 2Purdue University

17
Semantic and emotional expectancy in major depression and dysthymia
Brooks R. Casas, Patricia J. Deldin, & Jennifer L. Best
Harvard University

18
Cognitive restructuring of EEG patterns in mood disorders
Patricia J. Deldin & Pearl Chiu
Harvard University

19
Cognition in the depressive disorders: The CNV link to the expectation of emotional information
Jennifer L. Best & Patricia J. Deldin
Harvard University

20
Unilateral tumor in the amygdala and hippocampus: Lateralized impairment of fear potentiated startle
Alfons O. Hamm, Almut I. Weike, Jochen Machetanz, Harald T. Schupp, & Christof Kessler
University of Greifswald

21
Trace conditioning with brief conditioned stimulus durations: Prepulse inhibition and startle potentiation effects
Almut I. Weike, Dorte Westphal, Harald T. Schupp, & Alfons O. Hamm
University of Greifswald

22
Baroreceptor sensitivity, pain perception of cold pressor stress, and blood pressure in type 1 diabetes mellitus
Jeffrey L. Kibler, Barry E. Hurwitz, Jennifer B. Marks, Karen, L. Kuskin, Manuel A. Gonzalez, Jessie R. Hatfield, Jay S. Skyler, & Neil Schneiderman
University of Miami

23
Mechanoreceptors responsible for transducing heartbeat sensations
Kelley A. Knapp & Jasper Brener
State University of New York at Stony Brook

24
Cardiovascular reactivity during the Stroop Test: Caffeine use, amount of sleep, anger, and Type A behavior pattern in males and females
Randall A. Hoskinson, Jr., J. Alexander Dale, & David E. Anderson
Allegheny College

25
Visceral awareness in children, adolescents, and young adults
Eric J. Rieger, Gary E. Jones, Jeffry B. Snell, Geoffrey C. Phillips, Laura A. Pawlow, & Randye G. Johnson
University of Southern Mississippi

26
Slow potentials and P300 in motor and non-motor processing during cognitive challenge
Ross J. Apparies, Charles H. Hillman, & Bradley D. Hatfield
University of Maryland

27
Flat affect and social disengagement in depression: Facial and autonomic activity in response to social and solitary imagery
J. G. Gehricke & D. Shapiro
University of California, Los Angeles

28
A startle reflex and reaction time examination of the anxious individual's response to threat
Mark W. Miller1 & Christopher J. Patrick2
1Boston VA Medical Center, 2Florida State University

29
Cortical reorganization in phantom pain: An fMRI study
N. Birbaumer1,2, M. Lotze1, W. Grodd1, & H. Flor3
1University of Tübingen, 2University of Padova, 3Humboldt-University Berlin

30
Peak 2 amplitude of the long-latency auditory evoked potential is mediated by alpha-2-noradrenergic receptors
C. M. Specht, M. E. Starick, & D. W. Shucard
State University of New York at Buffalo

31
Effects of manipulation of stimulus parameters on long-latency auditory evoked potentials in the albino rat
M. E. Starick, C. M. Specht, & D. W. Shucard
State University of New York at Buffalo

32
Slow brain potentials during a visual continuous performance test
Rob Drake, Ayda Tekok-Kilic, & David W. Shucard
State University of New York at Buffalo

33
Event-related potentials and attentional deficits in post-traumatic stress disorder
Janet L. Shucard, Danielle McCabe, Herman Szymanski, & Jeanine Sparks
State University of New York at Buffalo

34
Effect of the number of mediating stimuli in associations on skin conductance and reaction time
Toru Aotsuka & Koich Ono
Komazawa University

35
The differential significance of number vs. magnitude of spontaneous SCRs during a stimulus-detection task
Leslie D. Kirby, Craig A. Smith, & Lawrence J. Contratti
Vanderbilt University

36
The good, the bad and the boring: Event-related potentials to affective words
F. Joseph McClernon & Brett E. Froeliger
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

37
P300 stability and MZ twin similarity across time
Lisa Hoffman, Scott R. Carlson, William G. Iacono, & David T. Lykken
University of Minnesota

38
P300 amplitude in sons of alcoholics: Effects of comorbid psychopathology
Scott R. Carlson, Stephen M. Malone, & William G. Iacono
University of Minnesota

39
Understanding social facilitation in terms of cardiovascular challenge and threat
Sarah B. Hunter, Wendy Berry Mendes, & Jim Blascovich
University of California, Santa Barbara

40
Event-related potentials to ecologically valid and invalid novel pictures in a visual oddball paradigm
Sue A. Woodward, Mark H. McManis, Melissa E. Lewis, Mary Anne Fox, & Jerome Kagan
Harvard University

41
Mismatch negativity measures of auditory temporal processing
Renee N. Desjardins, Laurel J. Trainor, & Cindy Polak
McMaster University

42
P50 sensory gating in schizophrenia: Effects of temporal variability
Julie V. Patterson1, Yi Jin1, Matt Gierczak2, Curt Sandman1, William Bunney1, & Steven Potkin1
1University of California, Irvine, 2MIG Systems Engineering, USA

43
Effects of information load on auditory ERPs (P3a/P3b) in HIV-infected children
Julie A. Gonzales1, Allan J. Nash1, & Susan M. Widmayer2
1Florida Atlantic University, 2Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center of South Florida

44
Spatio-temporal brain dynamics during card sorting: Half a second beyond the frontal lobes
Francisco Barceló, Juan Manuel Muñoz Céspedes, Miguel Angel Pozo, & Francisco J. Rubia
Complutense University of Madrid

45
Random versus constant SOA: Implications for the interpretation of multiple-frame ERP experiments
Stephanie J. Hevenor, Nicole J. Conrad, & Judith M. Shedden
McMaster University

46
Manipulation of resting anterior electroencephalographic asymmetries with pleasant and unpleasant odors in elderly women
John P. Kline1, Ginni Blackhart1, Laura Groves1, Sherry R. Williams1, Kathrane M. Woodward1, & Gary E. R. Schwartz2
1Eastern Washington University, 2University of Arizona

47
Gender specificity of resting anterior electroencephalographic asymmetry and defensiveness in the elderly
John P. Kline1, Amy Schwartzenberger1, Ginni Blackhart1, Laura Groves1, & Gary E. R. Schwartz2
1Eastern Washington University, 2University of Arizona

48
Individual differences in mood, emotion, and personality
Wm. Peter Flannery & Robert W. Levenson
University of California, Berkeley

49
Knowing feelings and feeling feelings: Are they connected?
Jose Soto, Nnamdi Pole, Loren M. McCarter, & Robert W. Levenson
University of California, Berkeley

50
Ethnic and gender differences in cardiovascular reactivity
Loren McCarter, Kimberly A. McCoy, & Robert W. Levenson
University of California, Berkeley

51
ERP evidence of perceptual and response-related processes in interhemispheric interaction
Kevin M. Spencer & Marie T. Banich
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

52
Effects of ethnicity and acculturation on cardiovascular reactivity to stress
Amanda Medina, Rebecca Palacios-Esquivel, Maria Colotla, Julie Penley, & Joe Tomaka
University of Texas at El Paso

53
Differences in stress responses between Hispanics and Anglos
Rebecca Palacios, Joe Tomaka, Maria Colotla, Mary M. Herrald, & Julie A. Penley
University of Texas at El Paso

54
The role of personality in laboratory stress responses
Julie A. Penley, Joe Tomaka, & Cristina Bejarano
University of Texas at El Paso

55
The effects of self-awareness on cardiovascular reactivity, task performance, and subjective responses to stress
Mary Herrald, Joe Tomaka, & L. Susy Rodriguez
University of Texas at El Paso

56
Context in ambulatory blood pressure: Explaining activity and posture variance in daily life blood pressure
Michael D. Jokerst, Aimee Pavucek, Christine SooHoo, Parish Vaidya, Elizabeth Orsega-Smith, & Mark P. Roy
The Pennsylvania State University

57
The effects of Stroop format on measures of cardiac rate, variability, and contractility
Nathan C. Frederiksen, Bruce H. Friedman, & Thomas H. Ollendick
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

58
Composure at any cost? The cognitive and physiological consequences of emotional suppression
Jane M. Richards & James J. Gross
Stanford University

59
Suppression self-efficacy and the psychophysiology of emotional suppression
Heather J. Miles & James J. Gross
Stanford University

60
RSA estimation during spontaneous breathing using a paced breathing calibration
Frank H. Wilhelm1, Jessica Berkowitz1, Mikkel Hansen1, Paul Grossman2, Walton T. Roth1, & James J. Gross1
1Stanford University, 2Harvard University

61
Cognitive modulation of midbrain function: Task-related inhibition of the pupillary light reflex
Stuart R. Steinhauer1, Ruth Condray1, Annette Kasparek1, & Daniel P. van Kammen2
1University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine/VAMC, 2R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute

62
Task relevancy and motor contributions to pupillary dilation are dissociated in the sympathetic and parasympathetic pathways
Stuart R. Steinhauer, Ruth Condray, Annette Kasparek, & George G. Dougherty, Jr.
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine/VAMC

63
An event-related potential investigation of semantic processing in criminal psychopaths
Kent A. Kiehl, Robert D. Hare, John J.McDonald, & Peter F. Liddle
University of British Columbia

64
Bootstrap evidence for preserved semantic categorization in Wernicke's aphasia
Leyan O. L. Fernandes1, Blair D. Hicks1, Jennifer Keller1, Joseph Alper1,2, Wendy Heller1, & Gregory A. Miller1
1University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2Carle Clinic and Hospital

65
Atypical hemispatial bias in alexithymics during processing of facial expressions
Keolani Taitano & Gregory A. Miller
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

66
Cross-measure generality of orienting anomalies in depression
Brandy G. Isaacks & Gregory A. Miller
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

67
Left words and right words: Hemispheric differences in semantic knowledge organization
Kara D. Federmeier & Marta Kutas
University of California, San Diego

68
He really is a nurse: ERPs and anaphoric coreference
Jonathan W. King & Marta Kutas
University of California, San Diego

69
An ERP analysis of episodic memory for actions
Ava J. Senkfor1, Cyma Van Petten1, & Marta Kutas2
1University of Arizona, 2University of California, San Diego

70
Cognitive demands, situational anxiety, and prepulse inhibition
Sharon Steele, Daudi Gardner, Autumn Stewart, & Jules P. Harrell
Howard University

71
Cardiovascular activation on Wechsler Memory Scale performance
Jason Callaman, Ina N. Daniels, Martin Ewing, Kenya Palmer, & Jules P. Harrell
Howard University

72
Circadian and homeostatic aspects of sympathovagal dynamics during night sleep and day sleep
Sander van Eekelen1, Gerard Kerkhof2, & Michel Varkevisser2
1University of Amsterdam, 2University of Leiden

73
Worry, focus of attention, and the startle reflex in generalized anxiety disorder
C.E. Molnar, D.E. Aikins, J.T. Coyle, T.A. Shissler, E. Newell, W.J. Ray, & T.D. Borkovec
The Pennsylvania State University

74
EEG components of generalized anxiety disorder
Deane E Aikins, Chris E. Molnar, Tracey A Shissler, William J. Ray, & Thomas D. Borkovec
The Pennsylvania State University

75
Alteration of antisaccade and neuropsychological performance with healthy aging
Ch. Klein, B. Fischer, W. Heiss, & M. Roth
University of Freiburg

76
Brain electrical activity and biochemical levels in infants of depressed mothers
Nancy Aaron Jones1 & Tiffany Field2
1Florida Atlantic University, 2NOVA Southeastern University

77
Autonomic modes of control for tasks that differ in cognitive effort and active or passive coping
John K. Lenneman, Shannon R. Rodriguez, & Richard W. Backs
Central Michigan University

78
A comparison of the evoked potential response to mid-inspiratory interruptions vs. complete respiratory obstructions to breathing during NREM sleep
John Gora, Ian M. Colrain, & John Trinder
University of Melbourne

79
Stimulus probability and P3 in the respiratory-related evoked potential (RREP)
Ian M. Colrain, Sarah Adey, & Kate E. Webster
The University of Melbourne

80
Respiratory load magnitude estimation and endogenous components of the RREP
Kate E. Webster & Ian M. Colrain
The University of Melbourne

81
ERPs, emotion, and the illusion of familiarity
Heather E. McNeely1, Jane Dywan2, & Sidney J. Segalowitz2
1University of Waterloo, 2Brock University

82
ERP and vagal tone indices of source memory & inhibitory control in aging
Wilma Veenhof1, Jane Dywan2, Sidney J. Segalowitz2, & Tammy James2
1University of Waterloo, 2Brock University

83
Cortical and cardiovascular activation and interactions during re-lived emotion
Kim M. Dalton & Richard J. Davidson
University of Wisconsin-Madison

84
Temporal stability of the emotion modulated startle response
Christine L. Larson, Dante Ruffalo, Jennifer Nietert, & Richard J. Davidson
University of Wisconsin-Madison

85
Individual differences in prefrontal metabolic rate and dispositional positive affect in depressed patients
Heather C. Abercrombie, Stacey M. Schaefer, Christine L. Larson, Kristen A. Lindgren, Katherine M. Putnam, Terrence R. Oakes, Scott B. Perlman, James E. Holden, & Richard J. Davidson
University of Wisconsin-Madison

86
Voluntary suppression and enhancement of negative affect
Daren C. Jackson, Christine L. Larson, Amy Hanna, Krista Horochena, Jennifer White, & Richard J. Davidson
University of Wisconsin-Madison

87
Is P50 suppression moderated by P50 amplitude in schizophrenia?
Patricia M. White, Cindy M.Yee, & Keith H. Nuechterlein
University of California, Los Angeles

88
Moderation of the auditory P50 in undergraduate smokers exposed to a psychological stressor
Maria Nazarian, Patricia M. White, & Cindy M. Yee
University of California, Los Angeles

89
The effect of subliminal death primes on facial EMG: Searching for the terror in terror management
Jamie Arndt, John J.B. Allen, & Jeff Greenberg
University of Arizona

90
Stimulus-locked and response-locked potentials in the detection of deception
John J.B. Allen, Ralf Mertens, & Ziya V. Dikman
University of Arizona

91
Manipulating frontal brain activation with facial muscle movement
James A. Coan1 & John J.B. Allen1, & Eddie Harmon-Jones2
1University of Arizona, 2University of Wisconsin-Madison

92
A comparison of the use of different time series techniques to analyze phasic coupling: A case study of cardiac and electrodermal activity
J. Kettunen & L. Keltikangas-Järvinen
University of Helsinki

93
Anxiety-related memory biases and psychophysiological responding in generalized anxiety disorder
Lesley K. Harrison & Graham Turpin
University of Sheffield

94
Effect of coping styles monitoring/blunting on sleep architecture
Ursula Voss & Bettina Hossner
J.W. Goethe University Frankfurt

95
Visual event-related potentials (ERPs) to Chinese characters and English words: A study of N400 variation
Yong Liang Ge, Wolfgang Guldin, & Otto-Joachim Grüsser
Freie Universität Berlin

96
Assessment of descending central modulation of pain responses in men and women
Shannon Suchowiecki & Christopher R. France
Ohio University

97
Pain perception and risk for hypertension: A signal detection analysis
Christopher R. France, Kyle R. Bonesteel, Rick Massatti, Wendy H. Starcher, Suzanne J. Smith, Lisa M. DiCarlo, & Jessica L. Rinker
Ohio University

98
Degree of exteroceptive suppression of temporalis activity is unrelated to subjective pain ratings
Douglas J. French1, Christopher R. France2, & Michelle Henninger2
1University of Moncton, 2Ohio University

99
Reaction time and psychophysiological concomitants of chronic pain patients in a lexical decision task with pain-related and neutral words
Amy D. Clegg1, Paul Haerich1, & Jay L. Brand2
1Loma Linda University, 2Haworth Corporation, USA

100
Facial muscle and autonomic responses in a lexical decision task with motivationally salient stimuli
Paul Haerich & Amy D. Clegg
Loma Linda University

 

Poster Session III: Saturday, September 26

1
Tursky Award Winner

2
The search for valid infant EEG rhythms: Factor analysis of power data
Martha Ann Bell
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

3
Infant 6-9 Hz EEG synchronization during a memory task
Martha Ann Bell
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

4
Repression, suppression, restraint: Cardiovascular reactivity in metastatic breast cancer patients
Janine Giese-Davis1, Sandie Sephton1, Jennifer Boyce1, Barbara Symons1, John Cacioppo2, & David Spiegel1
1Stanford University School of Medicine, 2The Ohio State University

5
Gender differences in pain perception and beta-endorphin levels in patients with coronary artery disease
David Sheffield1, Paula L. Biles2, Kathleen C. Light2, William Maixner2, & David S. Sheps1
1East Tennessee State University, 2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

6
What we tell ourselves and how it makes us feel: The psychophysiology of self talk
Penny D. Jennings, Stephen Lovejoy, Judy Stirling, & Monica Lara
Chapman University

7
Event-related potentials (ERPs) of depressed patients during hemifield presentations of emotional stimuli: Relation of P3 amplitude and asymmetry to physical anhedonia
Jürgen Kayser, Gerard Bruder, Craig Tenke, Jonathan Stewart, & Frederic Quitkin
New York State Psychiatric Institute

8
Event-related brain potentials associated with perception of simultaneous auditory objects
Claude Alain & Stephen R. Arnott
University of Toronto

9
Optimal signal bandwidth for the recording of surface EMG activity of facial, jaw, oral, and neck muscles
A. van Boxtel
Tilburg University

10
Cognitive dysfunctioning following cardiac surgery: Longitudinal P300 results in relationship to neuropsychological test performance
Eline F. Bruggemans1, Gert van Dijk1, Anton van Boxtel2, & Hans A. Huysmans1
1Leiden University Medical Center, 2Tilburg University

11
A comparison of melodic contour and interval processing in musicians and non-musicians using event-related potentials
Renee N. Desjardins, Laurel J. Trainor, & Conrad Rockel
McMaster University

12
Retention of adaptation to optokinetic rotation-induced symptoms of motion sickness and gastric tachyarrhythmia
Senqi Hu, Kathryn A. Player, Kathleen A. McChesney, Jason E. Scozzafava, Catherine A. Tyner, & Maria D. Levy
Humboldt State University

13
Exploratory analyses of event-related potentials with a cluster-based mean separation procedure
Juan C. Oliver-Rodriguez1 & David Smith2
Universidad Jaime1, New Mexico State University2

14
The locus of the interference effect in the Stroop-type task
Hiroaki Masaki1, Noriyoshi Takasawa2, & Katuo Yamazaki3
1Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2National Research Institute of Police Science, 3Waseda University

15
The effects of neuroticism and emotion regulation on cardiovascular responsivity
James Kennedy & Nukte Edguer
Brandon University

16
Estrogen-opioid interactions and blood pressure reactivity
James A. McCubbin 1, Suzanne G. Helfer 1, Thomas M. Price 1, Jane A. Norton 2, Fred S. Switzer 1, Susan Allen 1, & Kenneth N. Muse 2
1Clemson University, 2University of Kentucky College of Medicine

17
Naltrexone administration increases salivary cortisol levels in women but not in men
Laura Cousino Klein1, Janel Alberts2, Larry D. Jamner2, Hoyle Leigh3, Linda J. Levine2, & Matthew D. Orenstein2
1University of California, Los Angeles, 2University of California, Irvine, 3University of California, San Francisco

18
The effect of task demands on attentional modulation of the startle blink
Ottmar V. Lipp & Valda Biezaitis
The University of Queensland

19
The arousing nature of affect intensity: Electrodermal activity and salivary cortisol under stress
Patricia A. Brennan, Eric J. Vanman, Emily R. Grekin, & Elaine F. Walker
Emory University

20
Perseverative and adaptive problem solving strategies in children and adolescents: A tonic and phasic heart rate study
Riek Somsen & Maurits van der Molen
University of Amsterdam

21
Eye movements and landscape aesthetics: Evidence for differential scanning as a function of aesthetic preferences
Russ Parsons & Mark Olson
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

22
Blood pressure, hemodynamic, and cardiac autonomic responses to active and passive challenges exhibit stability across a 1-week interval
Thomas W. Spalding
University of Maryland

23
Temporal behavior of the asymmetry of EEG activity in emotional states
Yoonseon Song1, Sang Hee Kim1, Chang Su Ryu1, & Min Cheol Whang2
1Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute, South Korea, 2SangMyung University

24
Emotional expression: Vocal acoustics and psychophysiology
Gary S. Katz1 & Jeffrey F. Cohn2
1California State University-Northridge, 2University of Pittsburgh

25
Study of dream mechanisms by eliciting sleep onset REM periods in normal sleepers
Tomoka Takeuchi1,Anthony Ferrelli2, Tim Murphy2, Ben Williams2, Andrew Wrong2, Mandy Mcdonald2, Andrea Gagnon2, Daryl Steger2, Sonya Balaban2, & Robert D. Ogilvie2
1Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2Brock University

26
Localizing motor evoked potentials
Werner Muehlnickel, Anke Karl, & Herta Flor
Humboldt-University Berlin

27
Aversive conditioning in social phobics and healthy controls
Christiane Hermann, Silvio Ziegler, Grit Pohlann, & Herta Flor
Humboldt-University Berlin

28
A dissociation of cortical and subcortical processing of emotional events in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and social phobia?
Herta Flor1, Anke Karl1, & Niels Birbaumer2
1Humboldt-University Berlin, 2University of Tübingen

29
Use of artificial neural networks to distinguish between healthy normals and chronic fatigue patients
Ronald Gordon1, Henry J. Michalewski1, Ed Rzempoluck2, Trung Nguyen1, & Arnold Starr1
1University of California, Irvine, 2University of Victoria

30
Slow potentials in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome
Henry J. Michalewski, Ronald Gordon, Darryl See, & Arnold Starr
University of California, Irvine

31
Rate of force development and the lateralized readiness potential
William J. Ray, Seymon Slobounov, & Robert Simon
The Pennsylvania State University

32
EEG correlates of wrist kinematics: A wavelet analysis
Seymon Slobounov, Robert Simon, Richard Tutwiler, & William J. Ray
The Pennsylvania State University

33
The perception of postural instability as revealed by Morlet wavelet transform in EEG
S. Slobounov, R. Tutwiler, & E. Slobounova
The Pennsylvania State University

34
Cardiac reactivity during alcohol cue exposure and consumption
David J. Drobes & Raymond F. Anton
Medical University of South Carolina

35
The effect of trauma-related content in an active coping task on facial and autonomic reactivity in women with post-traumatic stress disorder
Gregory McHugo1, Robert Kelsey2, Matthew Friedman1, Annmarie McDonagh-Coyle1, John Jalowiec1, & Arvid Kappas3
1Dartmouth College, 2State University of New York at Stony Brook, 3Laval University

36
Frontal EEG asymmetry in families
Andrey P. Anokhin & John W. Rohrbaugh
Washington University School of Medicine

37
New ambulatory impedance cardiograph validated against the Minnesota Impedance Cardiograph
John J. Sollers III1, Paul A. Nakonezny2, Paul Kizakevich3, & William R.Lovallo1
1VAMC and University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 2Texas Woman's University, 3RTI Inc. World Wide Medical Data

38
Adrenocortical stress responses in relation to cognitive performance and hemisphere asymmetry
Mustafa al'Absi1, Ken Hugdahl2, & William R. Lovallo3
1University of Minnesota School of Medicine, 2University of Bergen, 3Veterans Affairs Medical Center & University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

39
Patterns of autonomic balance during demanding tasks in children and adolescents
Kristen Salomon & Karen A. Matthews
University of Pittsburgh

40
Span of apprehension in schizophrenia: An event-related potential study
Scott R. Sponheim1,2 & Kent M. Kodalen1
1Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Minneapolis, 2University of Minnesota

41
Autonomic features of sleep onset in PTSD
Steven H. Woodward & Ned J. Arsenault
National Center for PTSD and VA Palo Alto HCS

42
Opponent process theory and emotion: Startle and ANS measures
William Williams, Kristi Bronson, & Jamie McGill
Eastern Washington University

43
Mood and the energization process
Guido H.E. Gendolla, Andrea E. Abele, & Jan Kruesken
University of Erlangen

44
EEG evidence suggesting differential sensory processing in stutterers and nonstutterers during working memory tasks
Brenda Ratcliff Baird
Hollins University

45
Efficacy of self-regulation of slow cortical potentials on temporal lobe epilepsy: A replication and extension
U. Strehl1, N. Birbaumer1,2, B. Kotchoubey1, V. Blankenhorn3, & W. Froescher4
1University of Tübingen, 2University of Padova, 3Epilepsiezentrum Kehl Kork, 4Neurologische Klinik Ravensburg-Weissenau

46
Measurement of human cerebellar activity during complex movements
Niels Birbaumer1,2, Werner Lutzenberger1, & Hubert Preissl1
1University of Tübingen, 2University of Padua

47
Brain processing of words in patients with ALS disease
C. Fritsch1, M. Schauer1, M. Weber1, N. Ghanayim1, B. Kotchoubey1, T. Hinterberger1, A. Kübler1, J. Perelmouter1, & N. Birbaumer1,2
1University of Tübingen, 2University of Padua

48
The Thought Translation Device
Margarete Schauer1, Andrea Kübler1, Nimr Ghanayim1, Boris Kotchoubey1, Juri Perelmouter1, Thilo Hinterberger1, Christoph Fritsch1, & Niels Birbaumer1,2
1University of Tübingen, 2University of Padova

49
Self report of chemical odor intolerance in college students predicts electroencephalographic responses to low concentrations of isoamyl acetate
John P. Kline1, John Fishburne1, Iris R. Bell2, & Gary E.R. Schwartz2
1Eastern Washington University, 2University of Arizona

50
Gender differences in anterior EEG asymmetry in response to pleasant and unpleasant odors
John P. Kline1, Kathrane M. Woodward1, Sherry R. Williams1, Ginni Blackhart1, & Gary E.R. Schwartz2
1Eastern Washington University, 2University of Arizona

51
Effects of sleep on inhibitory gating of the auditory P50 response
Robert Freedman, Jay Griffith, & Lawrence E. Adler
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and Denver VAMC

52
Anticipatory saccades during smooth pursuit eye movements in schizophrenia: Small amplitude saccades provide a larger effect size than those with amplitudes greater than 4 degrees
Randal G. Ross, Ann Olincy, & Robert Freedman
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and Denver VAMC

53
The effects of increasing age on leading saccades
Ann Olincy1, Randal G. Ross1,2, & Robert Freedman1,2
1University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, 2Denver VAMC

54
The effect of nicotine on exogenous and endogenous spatial attention in non-smokers
Dell L. Rhodes & Laura Ross
Reed College

55
Primary visual area may contribute to binocular rivalry
Fernando Valle-Inclan1, Steven A. Hackley2, Carmen Labra1, & Antonio Alvarez3
1University of La Coruna, 2University of Missouri-Columbia, 3University of Santiago

56
Topographical analysis of ERPs in the stop signal paradigm: I. Response activation and inhibition
G.J.M. van Boxtel1,2, M.W. van der Molen1, J.R. Jennings3, & C.H.M. Brunia2
1University of Amsterdam, 2Tilburg University, 3University of Pittsburgh

57
Topographical analysis of ERPs in the stop signal paradigm: II. Error processing
G.J.M. van Boxtel1,2, M.W. van der Molen1, J.R. Jennings3, & C.H.M. Brunia2
1University of Amsterdam, 2Tilburg University, 3University of Pittsburgh

58
Degree of mental rotation relates to amplitude of cardiac deceleration
J. Richard Jennings1, Maurits van der Molen2, & Kay B. Debski1
1University of Pittsburgh, 2University of Amsterdam

59
Therapeutic effects on differential electrocortical processing of phobic objects in spider and snake phobics
Ingmar Gutberlet & Wolfgang H. R. Miltner
University of Jena

60
A repeated measures regression approach to psychophysiological data analysis
Edwin W. Cook III1 & Larry W. Hawk2
1University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2State University of New York at Buffalo

61
In the mood: Emotion and facial expressions during and after instrumental music and during an emotional inhibition task
Charlotte vanOyen Witvliet1, Scott R. Vrana2, & Nita Webb-Talmadge2
1Hope College, 2Purdue University

62
Incidental and intentional retrieval evoke different repetition effect topographies
Trevor B. Penney1, Axel Mecklinger1, H. John Hilton2, Lynn A. Cooper2, & Susanne Mayr3
1Max-Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2Columbia University, 3University of Trier

63
Relating spontaneous and evoked measures of brain electrical activity
M. Schier & C. Stough
Swinburne University of Technology

64
Run/edit information processing mode and reaction time task
Tytus Sosnowski & Andrzej Rynkiewicz
University of Warsaw

65
Effects of forehead temperature stimulation on total respiratory resistance
Thomas Ritz1, Bernhard Dahme2, Miriam Thoens2, & Claus Wagner2
1University of London, 2University of Hamburg

66
Conditionability in trauma-exposed individuals with and without post traumatic stress disorder
Scott Orr1, Linda Metzger1, Natasha Lasko1, Michael Macklin1, Tuvia Peri2, & Roger Pitman1
1Manchester, N.H. VA Medical Center & Harvard Medical School, 2Hadassah University Hospital & Hebrew University Medical School

67
Zygomaticus major activity is not a selective indicator of positive affective state in ongoing interactive tasks
Arvid Kappas & Anna Pecchinenda
Laval University

68
The impact of competitive and collaborative instructions on appraisals and physiological activity during dyadic interactions in a video game
Anna Pecchinenda & Arvid Kappas
Laval University

69
The significance of autonomic nervous system activity in functional dyspepsia
Eric Muth
Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory

70
Neuropsychological and electrophysiological measures of attention and executive function in post-traumatic stress disorder
Janet L. Shucard, Danielle McCabe, Jeanine Sparks, & Herman Szymanski
State University of New York at Buffalo

71
Sex differences in ERPs and facial processing in prepubertal children
D. Erik Everhart, Janet L. Shucard, & David W. Shucard
State University of New York at Buffalo

72
Slow cortical potentials during the continuous performance task in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Gudrun Sartory1,2, Bernhard Müller3, Angela Elvermann1, Edith Leifert1, & Arnfried Heine1
1University of Wuppertal, 2University of Jena, 3University of Essen

73
Prepulse modulation of startle eyeblink EMG and P50 sensory gating: Effects of schizotypy syndromes
Jochen Kaiser1, Torsten Baldeweg2, John Ashcroft2, Samantha Adams2, & John Gruzelier2
1University of Tübingen, 2Imperial College School of Medicine, London

74
Impaired respiratory sinus arrhythmia in patients with anxiety or toxic solvent exposure
Stuart R. Steinhauer, Lisa A. Morrow, & Ruth Condray
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine/VAMC

75
The late positive potential as a marker of affective valence in supraliminal and subliminal ERPs
Edward Bernat1, Scott Bunce2, & Howard Shevrin1
1University of Michigan, 2Ohio State University

76
Stimulus sequence-based expectancies are predominantly reflected in a centro-frontal subcomponent of P300
Werner Sommer & Ines Jentzsch
Humboldt-University Berlin

77
Multiple bottlenecks in overlapping tasks? Evidence from the lateralized readiness potential
Werner Sommer1, Hartmut Leuthold1, & Torsten Schubert2
1Humboldt-University Berlin, 2Max-Planck Institut für Neuropsychologische Forschung, Leipzig

78
Larger late CNV amplitude and diminished distraction effects in long-term practitioners of the Transcendental Meditation technique compared to short-term practitioners and non-meditating subjects
Frederick Travis1 & Joseph J. Tecce2
1Maharishi University of Management, 2Boston College

79
A comparison of real-time telemetered EEG data from the UH-1 Huey helicopter to the UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter
J.A. Caldwell, N.K. Smythe, C.F. Kelly, & K.A. Roberts
United States Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory

80
Helplessness, depressed mood, and physiological responsivity
Angela Scarpa
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

81
Murderers not guilty by reason of insanity and impulsive aggressive psychiatric outpatients: An EEG/ERP comparison
Matthew S. Stanford, Kevin W. Greve, Charles W. Mathias, & Rebecca J. Houston
University of New Orleans

82
Electrodermal response to threat: Effects of sex, risk taking and antisocial traits
Peter R. Finn, Alicia Justus, & Joseph Steinmetz
Indiana University

83
Effects of psychological stress on speech, heart rate, and neuroendocrine responses
Victor L. Cestaro1, George A. Saviolakis2, Michael L. Koenig2, Debra L. Yourick2, & James L. Meyerhoff2
1Department of Defense Polygraph Institute, 2Walter Reed Army Institute of Research


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