CEMS 2020

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CEMS 2019

The 2020 Context and Episodic Memory Symposium (CEMS) will be held virtually from August 16th-19th. Health-related safety concerns and ongoing travel restrictions have led us to adopt an online format for CEMS 2020.

In the past few weeks we have learned a great deal from the successes and challenges of other online conferences, and we are working to develop an online poster session format that will allow for meaningful and satisfying engagement for the CEMS community. This will include flexibility in the format and style of the poster presentations, as well as the creation of an intuitive system allowing attendees and poster presenters to interact with one another during the poster session itself. The symposium is designed to be a forum for the exchange of ideas among colleagues working on theoretical and empirical approaches to the study of context and episodic memory, broadly construed.

We will be in touch soon with more details about our virtual poster sessions, registration, and about the broader structure of the conference. In the meantime, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to get in touch.

Schedule for Poster Presentations

Poster dimensions should be no larger than 40x60 inches. Poster boards, easels, and push pins will be provided. If you are presenting and have scheduling conflicts, please let us know as soon as possible by emailing context.symposium@gmail.com

Past Symposia

For information about past CEMS events, please click here.

Monday Poster Session Tuesday Poster Session
Nicholas B. Diamond & Brian Levine: Differential consolidation of detail and sequence structure in memory for a one-shot real-world event. Vencislav Popov, Matt So, Lynne Reder: Word frequency affects binding probability not memory precision.
Ada Aka, Sudeep Bhatia: Memory dynamics in free recall and memory-based choice behavior. Ryan P. Kirkpatrick & Per B. Sederberg: Fitting trial level effects in free recall experiments with inverse binomial sampling.
Adam Broitman, Hamid Turker, Khena Swallow: The P300 predicts subsequent biomarkers of recollection and familiarity. Brandon G. Jacques, Marc W. Howard, Per B. Sederberg: Improving statistical language models with information across multiple scales.
Kevin P. Darby & Per B. Sederberg: Contributions of temporal context and direct item-to-item binding in associative recognition memory. Tyler A. Spears, Marc W. Howard, Per B. Sederberg: Scale happens: Demonstrating the importance of timescale invariance in neural networks.
Simon Dennis, Paul Garrett, Hyungwook Yim, Jihun Hamm, Adam Osth, Vishnu Sreekumar, Ben Stone: Privacy versus open science. Zoran Tiganj, Nathanael Cruzado, Marc W. Howard: Towards a neural-level cognitive architecture: Modeling behavior in working memory tasks with neuron.
Kevin D. Shabahang, Hyungwook Yim, Simon Dennis: An associative theory of semantic composition. Blake L. Elliott, Aikaterini Stefanidi, Gene A. Brewer: Memory and importance: Memory accessibility biases judgments of importance.
Yue Liu, Sam Levy, William Mau, Marc Howard: Population code for time on the scale of tens of minutes in mouse hippocampus. Selda Eren-Kanat, B. Hunter Ball, Gene A. Brewer: Towards a unified model of intention formation and retrieval.
Zahra G. Esfahani & Marc W. Howard: A physical model for pattern completion of highly overlapping patterns for human episodic memory. Ghootae Kim, Su Keun Jeong, Brice A. Kuhl: Context-based memory overlap enhances structural knowledge of similar experiences.
Ian M. Bright, Miriam L. R. Meister, Nathanael Cruzado, Zoran Tiganj, Elizabeth A. Buffalo, Marc W. Howard: A temporal record of the past with a spectrum of time constants in the monkey entorhinal cortex. Elizabeth A. McDevitt, Ghootae Kim, Nicholas B. Turk-Browne, Kenneth A. Norman: Reward value generalizes to memories linked via statistical learning.
Min Kyung Hong, Lisa K. Fazio, Sean M. Polyn: Examining the Episodic Context Account: Does retrieval practice enhance memory for context? Qihong Lu, Zi Ying Fan, Uri Hasson, Kenneth A. Norman: Patience is a virtue: A normative account of why waiting to encode and retrieve memories benefits event understanding.
Andre Beukers & Kenneth A. Norman: Curriculum effects in schema learning. Silvy H.P. Collin, Nicholas T. Franklin, Samuel J. Gershman, Andre Beukers, Uri Hasson, Kenneth A. Norman: Effect of schema inference on episodic memory.
Nora A. Herweg, Paul A. Wanda, Lukas Kunz, Armin Brandt, Michael R. Sperling, Ashwini D. Sharan, ... Michael J. Kahana: Decoding spatial information from local field potentials in the human MTL. Yeon Soon Shin, Rolando Masis-Obando, Riya Dave, Neggin Keshavarzian, Kenneth. A. Norman: Context-dependent memory effects in two immersive virtual reality environments: on Mars and underwater.
Effie Li & Michael J. Kahana: EEG decoders unveil the hidden dynamics of human memory. Yeon Soon Shin, Yael Niv, Sarah DuBrow: A latent-cause inference account of event segmentation under perceptual ambiguity.
Kevin D. Himberger, Amy S. Finn, Christopher J. Honey: Statistical learning: Measures and pitfalls. Ryan Tan, Srinivas Kota, Bradley Lega: Hippocampal-parietal interactions during retrieval of true versus false memories.
Sagana Vijayarajah & Margaret L. Schlichting: Selective attention to semantic versus perceptual features mediates memory for complex illustrations. Linh Lazarus, Abigail Dester, Mitchell G. Uitvlugt, M. Karl Healey: The Temporal Contiguity Effect is modulated, but not eliminated, by orthographic distinctiveness.
Hongmi Lee, & Janice Chen: Narratives as networks: predicting memory from the structure of naturalistic events. Abigail Dester, Linh Lazarus, M. Karl Healey: Incidentally encoded memories show approximately scale invariant temporal contiguity.
Alexandra Decker, Katherine Duncan, Amy S. Finn: Children’s episodic memory formation depends more on attention than adults'. Helen Schmidt, Rosalie Samide, Rose A. Cooper, Maureen Ritchey: News Flash! Investigating the dynamics of emotional memory using real-life event videos.
William J. Hopper & David E. Huber: Testing the Primary and Convergent Retrieval model of recall: Recall practice produces faster recall success but also faster recall failure. Joseph A. Sileo, Rivka Cohen, Michael J. Kahana: Effects of pre-familiarization on recall dynamics.
Taylor Curley, Nichol Castro, Christopher Hertzog, John Dunlosky: Exploring the effects of encoding and semantic network properties on memory for related items. Alexa Tompary & Sharon L. Thompson-Schill: Quantifying semantic influences on distortions in episodic memory.
Neal W. Morton, Margaret L. Schlichting, Alison R. Preston: Events with common structure become organized within a hierarchical cognitive map in hippocampus and frontoparietal cortex. Anuya Patil & Katherine Duncan: Measuring the neural underpinnings of lingering mnemonic states.
Paul F. Hill, Danielle R. King, Bradley Lega, Michael D. Rugg: Comparison of fMRI correlates of successful episodic memory encoding in temporal lobe epilepsy patients and heathy controls. Kyle Nealy, Sheena Josselyn, Paul Frankland, Meg Schlichting, Katherine Duncan. Does the temporal proximity of related events modulate their integration in memory?
Jack H. Wilson & Amy H. Criss: Evidence for global matching during memory recovery. Olga Lositsky & David Badre: Gradual changes promote the generalization of behavioral rules across temporal contexts.
Marc N. Coutanche, Griffin E. Koch, John P. Paulus: Using neural representations during encoding to predict subsequent retrieval of dynamic events. Rebecca A. Cutler, Sarah Brown-Schmidt, Sean M. Polyn: Semantic structure in memory for narratives: A benefit for semantically congruent ideas.
S. Brodt, S. Gais, J. Beck, M. Erb, K. Scheffler, Monika Schönauer: Fast track to the neocortex: A memory engram in the posterior parietal cortex. Chi T. Ngo, Aidan J. Horner, Nora S. Newcombe, Ingrid R. Olson: The development of holistic episodic recollection.
Adam F. Osth, Douglas J. K. Mewhort, Andrew Heathcote: Global semantic similarity effects in recognition memory: Insights from BEAGLE representations and the diffusion decision model. Matt Siegelman & Chris Baldassano: Modeling brain representations of structured schematic poetry with recurrent neural networks.
Cheng Qiu, Long Luu, Alan A. Stocker: Benefits of conditioned inference in working memory recall. Caroline S. Lee, Mariam Aly, Chris Baldassano: Anticipation of temporally structured events in the brain.
Srinivas Kota, Michael D. Rugg, Linley Robinson, Bradley C. Lega: Hippocampal theta oscillations distinguish recollected from recognized memory items in associative recognition memory. Brian Silston, Kevin Ochsner, Mariam Aly: Threat impairs flexible use of a cognitive map.
Sebastian Michelmann, Howard Bowman, Uri Hasson, Kenneth A. Norman, Simon Hanslmayr: The structure of continuous memory replay across event boundaries in humans. Eren Gunseli & Mariam Aly: Establishing memory-driven attentional goals via hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex.
Simon Henin, Anita Shankar, Nicholas Hasulak, Daniel Friedman, Patricia Dugan, Lucia Melloni, ... Anli Liu: Hippocampal gamma predicts associative memory performance as measured by acute and chronic intracranial EEG. Nicholas Ruiz & Mariam Aly: Cholinergic modulation enhances hippocampally-dependent spatial relational attention.
Simon Henin, Nicholas Turk-Browne, Daniel Friedman, Anli Liu, Patricia Dugan, Adeen Flinker, ... Lucia Melloni: Online tracking of neural changes during statistical learning. Vishnu Sreekumar, Baltazar Zavala, Kareem Zaghloul. Prefrontal-subthalamic contri