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									Society for Psychophysiological Research
44th Annual Meeting ◆ October 20-24, 2004 ◆ La Fonda Hotel ◆ Santa Fe, New Mexico

Poster Session II
Main Floor ◆ Sweeney Convention Center ◆ Friday, October 22 ◆ 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Poster Schedule:
12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Poster Setup 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Posters Available for Viewing 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Poster Session Open, Authors Present 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dismantle Posters
Poster Number: 1
AFFECTIVE STARTLE MODULATION DURING DEPRESSED MOOD PREDICTS DEPRESSIVE RELAPSE Laurie O’Brien-Simpson, Nicholas B. Allen, and Patricia Di Parsia, University of Melbourne

Poster Number: 7
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY: A COMPARISON OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN Erin V. Tarcza, Southeastern Louisiana University and University of Florida; Dana L. Byrd and W. Keith Berg, University of Florida

Poster Number: 2
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT OF LATENT EVALUATIONS OF THE SELF Nellie Lucas, Nicholas B. Allen, and Julian G. Simmons, University of Melbourne

Poster Number: 8
SLEEP DEPRIVATION, CORTICAL EXCITABILITY AND WORKING MEMORY Emily L. Grenesko, Christine Molnar, Alexander Mishory, Berry Anderson, Ziad Nahas, Michael Horner, and Mark S. George, Medical University of South Carolina

Poster Number: 3
AFFECTIVE MODULATION OF THE STARTLE REFLEX USING LATERAL MONOAURAL PROBES AFTER LEFT OR RIGHT TEMPORAL LOBE RESECTION Jon Kettle, Nicholas B. Allen, David Andrewes, and Sarah Whittle, University of Melbourne

Poster Number: 9
CORPUS CALLOSUM SIZE (NOT AGE) MEDIATES CONGRUENCY EFFECT Emily Wee, Elena I. Rykhlevskaia, Echo Leaver, Thomas Rowley, Gabriele Gratton, and Monica Fabiani, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Poster Number: 4
AUTONOMIC RESPONSE PATTERNS TO REWARD AND NEGATIVE MOOD INDUCTION AMONG CHILDREN WITH CONDUCT DISORDER, DEPRESSION, AND BOTH PSYCHIATRIC CONDITIONS Hilary K. Mead, Theodore P. Beauchaine, Sharon L. Brenner, Sheila Crowell, Lisa M. Kopp, and Penny Marsh, University of Washington

Poster Number: 10
COMPARISON OF OPTICAL AND FMRI MEASURES OF NEUROVASCULAR COUPLING Edward L. Maclin, Carrie Brumback, Brian Gordon, Melanie A. Pearson, Yukie Lee, Gabriele Gratton, and Monica Fabiani, University of Illinois

Poster Number: 5
CARDIOVASCULAR AND ELECTRODERMAL CORRELATES OF ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN Jane Chipman-Chacon, Theodore P. Beauchaine, Sheila Crowell, Lisa Kopp, Hilary Mead, and Patrick Sylvers, University of Washington

Poster Number: 11
EROS REVEALS LOCATION-SPECIFIC RESOURCE RECIPROCITY IN A DUAL TASK PARADIGM Kathy A. Low, Echo Leaver, Monica Fabiani, and Gabriele Gratton, University of Illinois

Poster Number: 12 Poster Number: 6
A COMPARISON OF ALTERNATIVE ELECTRODERMAL INDICES OF DISINHIBITION Sharon L. Brenner, Theodore P. Beauchaine, and Patrick D. Sylvers, University of Washington OPTICAL DISSOCIATION OF EVENT-RELATED RESPONSES TO ACOUSTIC DEVIATIONS IN STIMULUS INTERVAL Jeffrey J. Sable, Kathy A. Low, Christopher Whalen, Edward L. Maclin, Monica Fabiani, and Gabriele Gratton, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Poster Number: 13
COMPARING TIME COURSES OF ERP AND OPTICAL RECORDINGS IN YOUNGER AND OLDER SUBJECTS Brian A. Gordon, Carrie Brumback, Melanie Pearson, Yukie Lee, Megan Barre, Jeffery O’Dell, Suzanna Nester, Gabriele Gratton, and Monica Fabiani, University of Illinois

Poster Number: 22
PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY IN SOCIAL PHOBIA: INFLUENCE OF AVOIDANT PERSONALITY DISORDER FEATURES Lisa M. McTeague, Marie-Claude Laplante, Greg Perlman, Cyd C. Strauss, Margaret M. Bradley, and Peter J. Lang, University of Florida

Poster Number: 14
PATH ANALYSIS FOR MODELING FAST CHANGES IN CONNECTIVITY Elena I. Rykhlevskaia, Emily Wee, Monica Fabiani, and Gabriele Gratton, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Poster Number: 23
DENTAL FEAR & FEAR OF PAIN Tammy D. Silakowski, Margaret M. Bradley, Laura Miccoli, and Peter J. Lang, University of Florida

Poster Number: 24 Poster Number: 15
COMPARING SLOW AND FAST OPTICAL SIGNALS IN YOUNG ADULTS Carrie Brumback, Melanie Pearson, Brian Gordon, Yukie Lee, Suzanna Nester, Megan Barre, Jeffrey O’Dell, Ed Maclin, Gabriele Gratton, and Monica Fabiani, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign LOOKING AT THE EYE LOOKING AT PICTURES Laura Miccoli, Margaret M. Bradley, Miguel A. Escrig, and Peter J. Lang, University of Florida

Poster Number: 25
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN STABILITY OF EMOTION REGULATION Hyejeen Lee, Daren Jackson, Linda Johnson, Rajat Singh, Katherine Bolton, Gina Beguhn, Zachary Zugin, and Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 16
SPATIOTEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF THE INVOLVEMENT OF PREFRONTAL CORTEX IN A MEMORY SEARCH TASK: AN OPTICAL IMAGING STUDY Eunsam Shin, Erika A. Henry, Monica Fabiani, and Gabriele Gratton, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign

Poster Number: 26
STATE CHANGES IN CHILD FRONTAL EEG ASYMMETRY DURING THE LABORATORY TEMPERAMENT ASSESSMENT BATTERY (LAB-TAB) James A. Coan, H. Hill Goldsmith, Corrina Frye, Zachary Zugin, Carol Van Hulle, Gina Beguhn, Robin Locke, and Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 17
WORKING MEMORY AND AGING: CORPUS CALLOSUM SIZE MATTERS E. Leaver, E. Wee, T. Rowley, M. Fabiani, and G. Gratton, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Poster Number: 27
THE HERITABILITY OF FRONTAL EEG ASYMMETRY DURING RESTING AND EMOTION STATES James A. Coan, H. Hill Goldsmith, Corrina Frye, Zachary Zugin, Carol Van Hulle, Gina Beguhn, Robin Locke, and Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 18
THINKING VERSUS FEELING IN WRITTEN DISCLOSURE Denise M. Sloan, Brian P. Marx, Eva M. Epstein, and Jennifer Heidt, Temple University

Poster Number: 28 Poster Number: 19
MEMORY PERFORMANCE FOR RAPIDLY PRESENTED PICTURES Francesco Versace, Margaret M. Bradley, Laura Miccoli, and Peter J. Lang, University of Florida THE PROCESSING OF AFFECTIVELY AMBIGUOUS FACES MODULATES EARLY VISUAL ERP COMPONENTS Carien M. van Reekum, Heather L. Urry, Lawrence L. Greischar, Marchell E. Thurow, James M. Sullivan, Joseph A. Hampel, and Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 20
EMOTIONAL REACTIVITY OF ANXIETY DISORDER PATIENTS DURING RAPID SERIAL PRESENTATION OF AFFECTIVE PICTURES J. Carson Smith, Andreas Löw, Marie-Claude Laplante, Greg Perlman, Cyd Strauss, Margaret M. Bradley, and Peter J. Lang, University of Florida

Poster Number: 29
THE RELATIONSHIP OF ENDOCRINE AND CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION AND TEMPERAMENT IN YOUNG CHILDREN Corrina J. Frye, Zachary C. Zugin, Robin L. Locke, Gina M. Beguhn, Richard J. Davidson, and H. Hill Goldsmith, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 21
THE DEFENSE CASCADE - ANIMAL MODEL & HUMAN PERFORMANCE Andreas Löw, Peter J. Lang, J. Carson Smith, and Margaret M. Bradley, University of Florida

Poster Number: 30
FRONTAL BRAIN ASYMMETRY AND REWARD RESPONSIVENESS: A SOURCE LOCALIZATION STUDY Diego A. Pizzagalli, Rebecca J. Sherwood, Harvard University; Jeffrey B. Henriques, and Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Poster Number: 31
CONFLICT MONITORING AND ABNORMAL RESPONSES TO ERRORS IN DEPRESSION: A HIGH-DENSITY EEG STUDY Diego A. Pizzagalli, Harvard University; Lauren A. Peccoralo, Princeton University; Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Jonathan D. Cohen, Princeton University

Poster Number: 39
PROCESSING AROUSING INFORMATION: PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PREDICTORS OF MOTIVATED ATTENTION Annie Lang, Johnny V. Sparks, Samuel D. Bradley, Sung Kyung Lee, and Zheng Wang, Indiana University

Poster Number: 40
THE IMPACT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AROUSAL ON SELFOTHER DISTINCTIONS Sungkyoung Lee, Annie Lang, James Angelini, Seungio Lee, and Nancy Schwarz, Indiana University

Poster Number: 32
PREDICTING INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN THREATEVOKED ANXIETY USING RESTING PREFRONTAL EEG ASYMMETRY AND SELF-REPORT MEASURES OF AFFECTIVE STYLE Alexander J. Shackman, Jeffrey S. Maxwell, and Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 41
EFFECTS OF AROUSING VISUALS & REDUNDANCY ON ATTENTION TO TELEVISION NEWS STORIES Shuhua Zhou, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa; Robert F. Potter, and Yongkuk Chung, Indiana University

Poster Number: 33
PREFRONTAL EEG ASYMMETRY, CORRUGATOR EMG AND SELF-REPORT MEASURES OF THREAT-EVOKED ANXIETY Alexander J. Shackman, Jeffrey S. Maxwell, and Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 42
IMAGERY, EMOTION AND ATTENTION DURING EXPOSURE TO RADIO Paul D. Bolls, University of Missouri and Lindsay Thomas, Washington State University

Poster Number: 34
EVENT RELATED POTENTIALS TO SEMANTICALLY INCONGRUENT AND PHYSICALLY DEVIANT WORDS IN SENTENCES Yael Arbel, The University of Texas at Dallas and University of South Florida; Kevin M. Spencer, Harvard University; and Emanuel Donchin, University of South Florida

Poster Number: 43
PHYSIOLOGICAL, EMOTIONAL, AND COGNITIVE RESPONSES TO GENDER AND TELEVISED SPORTS James R. Angelini, Indiana University

Poster Number: 44
DYNAMIC PREPULSE: PROXIMITY TO SCENE CHANGE ALTERS STARTLE MAGNITUDE IN EMOTIONAL TV CONTENT Samuel D. Bradley, James R. Angelini, Sungkyoung Lee, and Annie Lang, Indiana University, Bloomington

Poster Number: 35
LUTEAL AND FOLLICULAR PHASE RELATED P300 CHANGES DURING THE PERCEPTION OF EMOTIONAL PROSODY AND AFFECTIVE FACES Amy L. Jordan, D. Erik Everhart, East Carolina University; and Heath A. Demaree, Case Western Reserve University

Poster Number: 45
VISUAL EXPECTANCY AND ORIENTING BEHAVIOR IN A RECURRENT ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK Samuel D. Bradley, Indiana University, Bloomington

Poster Number: 36
PREJUDICE-RELATED GUILT: ASSOCIATIONS WITH ASYMMETRICAL FRONTAL EEG AND REPARATORY BEHAVIOR David M. Amodio, University of California, Los Angeles; Patricia G. Devine and Eddie Harmon-Jones, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 46
“I BLEED CRIMSON!”: THE IMPACT OF FAN IDENTIFICATION LEVEL ON VIEWERS’ ATTENTION AND EMOTIONAL RESPONSE DURING SPORTS NEWS Robert F. Potter, Johnny V. Sparks, Indiana University; R. Glenn Cummins, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa; and Sung Kyung Lee, Indiana University

Poster Number: 37
ALTERNATIVE MECHANISMS FOR PREJUDICE CONTROL IN PUBLIC VS. PRIVATE SITUATIONS: EFFECTS OF ERN AND PE Jennifer T. Kubota, University of Wisconsin-Madison; David M. Amodio, University of California, Los Angeles; Eddie Harmon-Jones, and Patricia G. Devine, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poster Number: 47
A TEST OF TULVING’S EPISODIC-SEMANTIC DISTINCTION USING PREVIOUSLY LEARNED EPISODIC MEMORIES: AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY Ray Johnson, Jr., Queens College/CUNY; Elizabeth J. Simon, Heather Henkell and Virginia A. Fresiello, CUNY Graduate Center & Queens College

Poster Number: 38
SENSATION SEEKING INFLUENCES ON ATTENTION, AROUSAL, AND MEMORY JUDGMENTS ABOUT “ACTION NEWS” TELEVISION NEWS STORIES Julia R. Fox, Seungwhan Lee, and Mija Shin, Indiana University

Poster Number: 48
COGNITIVE AND NEURAL BASIS OF DECEPTIVE RESPONDING ABOUT ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS: AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY Ray Johnson, Jr., Queens College/CUNY; Elizabeth J. Simon, Heather Henkell, and Virginia A. Fresiello, CUNY Graduate Center & Queens College

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Poster Number: 49
EMOTION, NOT AROUSAL, AFFECTS EPISODIC MEMORY RETRIEVAL: AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY Elizabeth J. Simon, CUNY Graduate Center & Queens College; Ray Johnson, Jr., Queens College/CUNY; Heather Henkell, and Virginia A. Fresiello, CUNY Graduate Center & Queens College

Poster Number: 58
CARDIAC REACTIVITY IN DIFFERENTIAL AVERSIVE CONDITIONING Rosario Poy, Susana Montañés, M. Carmen Pastor, M. Pilar Tormo, Pilar Segarra, and Javier Moltó, Jaume I University

Poster Number: 59 Poster Number: 50
COMPARISON OF ACTUAL AND PERCEIVED VALIDITY OF PHYSIOLOGICAL CRITERIA FOR DETECTING DECEPTION: THURSTONIAN SCALING OF SCORING CRITERIA BY FEDERAL POLYGRAPH EXAMINERS Sean D. Kristjansson, Andrea Webb, Michael K. Gardner, and John C. Kircher, University of Utah TIME COURSE OF AFFECTIVE REACTIONS OVER AN EXPERIMENTAL SESSION M. Pilar Tormo, M. Carmen Pastor, Pilar Segarra, Susana Montañés, Rosario Poy, and Javier Moltó, Jaume I University

Poster Number: 60
IMPULSIVITY AND DECISION-MAKING: AN EVENT RELATED POTENTIAL INVESTIGATION Laura E. Martin and Geoffrey F. Potts, Rice University

Poster Number: 51
ANTICIPATION AND THE ELICITATION OF APPROACH MOTIVATION: THE ROLE OF GENDER David E. Gard and Ann M. Kring, University of California, Berkeley

Poster Number: 61
NEURAL CORRELATES OF METAPHOR PROCESSING Gwen L. Schmidt and Carol A. Seger, Colorado State University

Poster Number: 52
EMOTION AND MOTIVATION IN EARLY PICTURE PROCESSING Neera Mehta Shah, David E. Gard, Marja Germans Gard, Ann M. Kring, University of California, Berkeley; and Christopher J. Patrick, University of Minnesota

Poster Number: 62
BRAIN POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH FEEDBACK APPRAISAL: ON THE ROLE OF EXPECTANCY AND VALENCE Greg Hajcak, Jason S. Moser, University of Delaware; Clay Holroyd, University of Victoria; and Robert F. Simons, University of Delaware

Poster Number: 53
EXTINCTION OF AFFECTIVE LEARNING: NO EVIDENCE FOR DUAL PROCESS ACCOUNTS OF HUMAN LEARNING Ottmar V. Lipp, University of Queensland; Naz Derakshan, University of Leeds; and Kimberley Mallan, University of Queensland

Poster Number: 63
PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND ATTENTIONAL ALLOCATION DURING SPIDER PHOBIC SYMPTOM PROVOCATION Jason S. Moser, Greg Hajcak, and Robert F. Simons, University of Delaware

Poster Number: 54
ATTENTIONAL MODULATION OF THE STARTLE REFLEX DURING THREAT OF SHOCK Andrea R. Adam and Ottmar V. Lipp, University of Queensland

Poster Number: 64
THE EFFECT OF CONSCIOUS AND NONCONSCIOUS PRESENTATION OF EMOTION PICTURES ON EMOTION MODULATED STARTLE AND PHASIC HEART RATE Elisabeth Ruiz-Padial, University of Jaén; Jaime Vila, University of Granada; Gustavo Reyes del Paso, University of Jaén; and Julian F. Thayer, National Institute on Aging

Poster Number: 55
THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ANTICIPATION Sascha A. Hardwick and Ottmar V. Lipp, University of Queensland

Poster Number: 56
RISKY DECISIONS AND SOMATIC MARKERS IN PSYCHOPATHS AND NORMAL SUBJECTS Susana Montañés, Rosario Poy, Pilar Segarra, M. Pilar Tormo, M. Carmen Pastor, and Javier Moltó, Jaume I University

Poster Number: 65
PHYSIOLOGICAL INDEXES OF DEFENSIVE REACTIVITY AND AUTONOMIC DYSREGULATION IN SUB-CLINICAL SOCIAL PHOBICS Elisabeth Kley, Cynthia Vico, Marisa Viedma, University of Granada; Thomas Elbert, University of Konstanz; and Jaime Vila, University of Granada

Poster Number: 57
RELATIONAL AND EVALUATIVE LEARNING MEASURES IN AVERSIVE PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING Susana Montañés, Rosario Poy, M. Carmen Pastor, Pilar Segarra, M. Pilar Tormo, and Javier Moltó, Jaume I University

Poster Number: 66
CENTRAL (P300) AND PERIPHERAL (HR) INDEXES OF ATTENTION IN THE ODDBALL PARADIGM Pedro M. Guerra, Sonia Rodríguez, University of Granada; Jordi Ortiz, University of Valencia; Daniela Paolieri, University of Padova; José Luís Mata and Jaime Vila, University of Granada

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Poster Number: 67
HABITUATION OF THE CARDIAC DEFENSE RESPONSE UNDER PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR TRACKING TASKS José Luís Mata-Martín, Sonia Rodríguez, Pedro Guerra, and Jaime Vila, University of Granada

Poster Number: 76
NEURAL CORRELATES OF RETRIEVAL PROCESSES IN PROSPECTIVE MEMORY Heather M. Coulter and Edward L. DeLosh, Colorado State University

Poster Number: 68
PHYSIOLOGICAL INDEXES OF EMOTIONAL DYSREGULATION IN BULIMIA NERVOSA Sonia Rodríguez, Maria Carmen Fernández, Miguel A. Muñoz, and Jaime Vila, University of Granada

Poster Number: 77
AUTONOMIC RESPONDING TO CONCEALED INFORMATION IN HIGH AND LOW PSYCHOPATHIC PRISONERS Bruno Verschuere, Ghent University

Poster Number: 78 Poster Number: 69
EFFECTS OF SHAM INTOXICATION: IMPACT ON MOOD, PAIN PERCEPTION AND THRESHOLD, LEVEL OF AGGRESSION, AND PHYSIOLOGY Ian Wilson, Phillip Zoladz, Sarah Lilley, Ashley Rawson, and Bryan Raudenbush, Wheeling Jesuit University EFFECTS OF SACCADES AND ATTENTION SHIFTS ON CONCURRENT LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION: AN ERP DUAL-TASK STUDY Olaf Dimigen, Annette Hohlfeld, and Werner Sommer, Humboldt University at Berlin

Poster Number: 79 Poster Number: 70
EFFECTS OF BEVERAGE ADMINISTRATION AND FLAVOR ON MOOD, WORKLOAD, AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS DURING A MODIFIED TREADMILL STRESS TEST Amanda Schuler, Ashley Rawson, and Bryan Raudenbush, Wheeling Jesuit University ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT OF ATTENTION FOLLOWING NEUTRAL, NONINFORMATIVE CUES Ellen M.M. Jongen, Fren T.Y. Smulders, Gerard P.J. van Breukelen, and Harald G.L.J. Merckelbach, Maastricht University

Poster Number: 80
BRAIN WAVE RECOGNITION OF EMOTIONS IN EEG Elliot Berkman, Dik Kin Wong, Marcos P. Guimaraes, E. Timothy Uy, James J. Gross, and Patrick Suppes, Stanford University

Poster Number: 71
ATTENTION AND PAIN PERCEPTION DURING A COLD PRESSOR TEST: IMPACT OF HUNGER LEVEL, FASTING, AND BODY COMPOSITION Amanda Schuler, Rebecca Grayhem, and Bryan Raudenbush, Wheeling Jesuit University

Poster Number: 81
THE EEG CORRELATES OF INSIGHTS: AN N400 STUDY Gopakumar Venugopalan, University of Alabama

Poster Number: 72
NEUROCOGNITIVE SUBSTRATES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Sarah M. Conklin, Matthew S. Stanford, Laura E. Helfritz, and Tim R. Kockler, Baylor University

Poster Number: 82
DECISION MAKING IN PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING: CARDIAC AND ELECTRODERMAL CONCOMITANTS OF DEFICIENT PERFORMANCE Anna E. Goudriaan, University of Amsterdam / Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Edwin de Beurs, Leiden University Medical Center, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; and Wim van den Brink, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Medical Center

Poster Number: 73
VISUAL EVOKED POTENTIALS AND STARTLE REFLEX: A COMPARISON BETWEEN ALCOHOL, CANNABIS AND HEROIN ADDICTS Chantal P. Mörsen, Klaus Wölfling, Silvio Ziegler, Hans Peter Rosemeier, Center for Humanities and Health Sciences, Charité; Herta Flor, University of Heidelberg; and Sabine M. Grüsser, Center for Humanities and Health Sciences, Charité

Poster Number: 83
INHIBITORY GATING IN SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS: SIMULTANEOUS ASSESSMENT OF P50 SUPRESSION AND PREPULS INHIBITION Carsten Diener, Annette Wald, Indra Caumanns, Alexandra Somesan, and Eibe-Rudolf Rey, Central Institute of Mental Health

Poster Number: 74
SELECTIVE ATTENTION, CHANNEL SEPARABILITY, AND EVENT RELATED POTENTIALS IN CHILDREN Martin Duff, Hilary Gomes, and Jack Barnhardt, City College of the City University of New York

Poster Number: 84
OPTICAL IMAGING OF CORTICAL ACTIVITY ELICITED BY UNATTENDED TEMPORAL DEVIANTS Chun-yu Tse, Kei-rui Tien, and Trevor B. Penney, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Poster Number: 75
ERP DIFFERENCES TO GRAMMATICAL AND NONGRAMMATICAL LETTERS IN AN ARTIFICIAL GRAMMAR LEARNING PARADIGM Matthew A. Philippe, Melissa A. Dakin, and Carol A. Seger, Colorado State University

Poster Number: 85
ACCURACY OF A LOW-COST HEART RATE MONITOR FOR RESEARCH INVOLVING INTER-BEAT INTERVAL RECORDINGS Stephanie R. Fishel, Eric R. Muth, Rebecca Herron, Adam W. Hoover, and Jeromie R. Rand, Clemson University

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Poster Number: 86
INTERPERSONAL REJECTION, DISTRESS, AND CORTISOL: DOES REJECTION LEAD TO INCREASED SALIVARY CORTISOL LEVELS? Ginette C. Blackhart, Lisa A. Eckel, and Dianne M. Tice, Florida State University

Poster Number: 95
AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCHIZOTYPAL PERSONALITY AND SEMANTIC PROCESSING IN A CATEGORY-VERIFICATION TASK Michael Kiang and Marta Kutas, University of California, San Diego

Poster Number: 87
MOTIVATED RESPONSE MONITORING IN DEPRESSION AND SCHIZOPHRENIA Pearl Chiu, Harvard University and Patricia J. Deldin, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Poster Number: 96
PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY TO LABORATORY STRESSORS IN PATIENTS WITH LOW BACK PAIN AND WHIPLASH ASSOCIATED DISORDER Nebojsa M. Kalezic, University of Gavle and Umea University; Malin Asell, Rygginstitutet, Sundsvall; Jonas Sandlund, Alfta Rehabilitation Centre; Eugene B. Lyskov and Mats Djupsjobacka, University of Gavle

Poster Number: 88
A PROGRAM TO ACCURATELY IDENTIFY PEAKS IN RESPIRATION AND EKG SIGNALS FOR USE IN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH Joset A. Etzel, Iowa State University; Erica L. Johnsen, University of Iowa; Julie A. Dickerson, Iowa State University; and Ralph Adolphs, University of Iowa

Poster Number: 97
SITUATIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL RESPONSE SPECIFICITY TO EMOTION FILMS: EFFECTS ON EXPERIENTIAL, CARDIOVASCULAR, ELECTRODERMAL, RESPIRATORY AND SOMATIC RESPONSES Sylvia D. Kreibig, University of Kiel; Frank H. Wilhelm, University of Basel; James J. Gross, Stanford University; Roman Ferst, University of Kiel; and Walton T. Roth, Stanford University

Poster Number: 89
REWARD OR PUNISHMENT: EFFECTS OF FEEDBACK TYPE ON ERROR-RELATED NEGATIVITY (ERN) N. Ichikawa, A. Ariga, and H. Ohira, Nagoya University

Poster Number: 90
OPTICAL IMAGING OF CORTICAL ACTIVITY ELICITED BY UNATTENDED TEMPORAL DEVIANTS Chun-yu Tse, Kei-rui Tien, and Trevor B. Penney, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Poster Number: 98
A 12-YEAR, LONGITUDINAL EXAMINATION OF P300 AMPLITUDE AND DRINKING BEHAVIORS IN LOW RISK MALES Carrie Warto, Stephen M. Malone, and William G. Iacono, University of Minnesota

Poster Number: 91
THE EFFECT OF REWARD AND PUNISHMENT ON THE STIMULUS-PRECEDING NEGATIVITY: AN ERP STUDY Yoshimi Ohgami, Yasunori Kotani, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Tetsusji Tsukamoto, Tokyo Metropolitan University; Kazufumi Omura, Yusuke Inoue, The University of Tokyo; Yasutsugu Aihara, Tokyo Metropolitan University; and Monoru Nakayama, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Poster Number: 99
GENDER AND SOCIAL CONTEXT EFFECTS ON FACIAL EXPRESSIVITY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL AROUSAL DURING A COOPERATIVE GAME Marc R. Blais and Ursula Hess, University of Quebec, Montreal

Poster Number: 92
OPPOSITION BETWEEN RULE- AND SIMILARITY-BASED STRATEGIES IN CATEGORIZATION: ERP CORRELATES Jonathan R. Folstein, Cyma Van Petten, and Scott Rose, University of Arizona

Poster Number: 100
A P300 BASED BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE (BCI): MOVING TOWARD A COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR THE LOCKED-IN. 1 Eric Sellers and Emanuel Donchin, University of South Florida

Poster Number: 93
EFFECTS OF STRESS AND CORTISOL ON PAVLOVIAN FEAR CONDITIONING IN HUMAN MALES AND FEMALES Eric D. Jackson, Lynn Nadel, and W. Jake Jacobs, University of Arizona

Poster Number: 101
EVALUATIVE LEARNING AND AWARENESS OF STIMULUS CONTINGENCIES Anthony J. Rissling, Michael E. Dawson, University of Southern California; and Anne M. Schell, Occidental College

Poster Number: 94
ELICITING GRIEF IN THE SCANNER: EMOTION COVARIATES OF BRAIN ACTIVATION Mary-Frances O’Connor, University of California, Los Angeles; Harald Guendel, TU Munich; Kateri McRae, University of Arizona; Lindsey Littrell, Stanford University; and Richard D. Lane, University of Arizona

Poster Number: 102
OSCILLATORY MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO HUMAN AUDITORY WORKING MEMORY Susanne Leiberg, Jochen Kaiser, and Werner Lutzenberger, University of Tübingen

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Poster Number: 103
AFFECTIVE MODULATION OF THE ACOUSTIC STARTLE RESPONSE TO EROTIC PICTURES COMPARED TO NONEROTIC PICTURES Emma J. Savery and Mathew T. Martin-Iverson, University of Western Australia

Poster Number: 105
FAMILIAL ENVIRONMENT AND PARENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IMPACTS CHILDRENS BASAL CORTISOL Sarah C. Haden, Maria J. Whitmore, Angela Scarpa, Bruce H. Friedman, and Thomas H. Ollendick, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Poster Number: 104
FACING EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS WITH STARTLE REFLEX Stefan M. Schulz, Georg W. Alpers, and Paul Pauli, University of Würzburg

Poster Number: 106
EXCLUSION DISTORTS THE HERITABILITY ESTIMATES OF AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE Nina H.M. Kupper, Gonneke Willemsen, Free University Amsterdam; Harriette Riese, University of Groningen; I. Dorret and Eco J.C. de Geus, Free University Amsterdam

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