Program ICPA 2019
Groningen, The Netherlands
  
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 Wednesday 3 July
 Location: Main Building University of Groningen ('Academiegebouw')
 Broerstraat 1, Groningen
 
 18.00 - 19.00    Welcome Drinks                                                                                                                                                                       
 19.00 - 21.00 Dinner
 
 Thursday 4 July
 Location: Blue Lecture Hall ('Blauwe Zaal')
 University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Hanzeplein 1, Groningen

 08.30 - 08.45 Opening - Raoul Bongers (Conference Chair)                                                                      
 08.45 - 09.00 Welcome - Marianna Joëls (Dean Medical Faculty, UMCG)
 09.00 - 10.10
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SYMPOSIUM: The task as the unit of analysis in ecological psychology
Baggs
Barlett School of Architecture, LONDON, United Kingdom
 
Ecological psychology: a science of tasks?
Baggs
Barlett School of Architecture, LONDON, United Kingdom
On the practical benefits of a task-oriented approach to perception and action:  Implications to the understanding of
functional resilience
Silva
University of Cincinnati, CINCINNATI, United States of America
Understanding Solution Emergence in Multiagent Interactions using Task-Dynamics
Nalepka1, Kallen1, Chemero2, Saltzman3, Richardson1
1Macquarie University, SYDNEY, Australia
2University of Cincinnati, CINCINNATI, United States of America
3Boston University, BOSTON, United States of America
Task Dynamics and the Information They Create: Mechanisms of Events & Encounters
Wilson
Leeds Beckett University, LEEDS, United Kingdom

 10.10 - 10.40

 Break with refreshments

 10.40 - 11.50
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 

 SYMPOSIUM: Nested Affordances
Wagman1, Stoffregen2
1Department of Psychology, NORMAL, United States of America
2School of Kinesiology, MINNEAPOLIS, United States of America

Nestedness in Complex Situations in Human Life
Rietveld
University of Amsterdam, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands
Development of skills to use specific affordances: Changes in infant-mother dyads around transitions in infant feeding
Nonaka
Graduate School of Human Development and Environment, KOBE, Japan
Nesting of affordances in a means-ends hierarchy
Stoffregen1, Wagman2
1University of Minnesota, MINNEAPOLIS, United States of America
2Illinois State University, NORMAL, United States of America
Empirical evidence for sensitivity to nesting of affordances  as a means-ends hierarchy
Wagman1, Stoffregen2
1Department of Psychology, NORMAL, United States of America
2School of Kinesiology, MINNEAPOLIS, United States of America

 
11.50 - 12.05
 
 
 

 
 

12.05 - 12.20
 
 

 
12.20 - 12.35
 
 

Open topics
Crawling experience predicts infants’ behaviour near risky drop-offs – even when they are walking!
Burnay1, Cordovil2, Anderson3, Button4, Croft5
1School of Medical and Health Sciences, PERTH, Australia
2Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, Universidade de Lisboa, LISBOA, Portugal
3Department of Kinesiology, San Francisco State University, SAN FRANCISCO, United States of America
4School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Otago, DUNEDIN, New Zealand
5School of Medical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University, PERTH, Australia
Development of active manipulative behaviour in early infancy
Ferronato1, Dantas2, Manoel2
1Paulista University, SÃO PAULO, Brazil
2University of São Paulo, SÃO PAULO, Brazil
Can a robot have an unintentional behavior when interacting with a human?
Marin1, Aubin1, Ansermin2, Salesse1, Bardy1, Mostafaoui2
1EuroMov Lab, University of Montpellier, MONTPELLIER, France
2ENSEA, University of Cergy-Pontoise, UMR CNRS 8051, CERGY-PONTOISE, France

 12.35 - 13.20

Lunch

 13.20 - 15.20

Poster Presentations

 15.20 - 16.30
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SYMPOSIUM: Non-representational dialogues: ecological psychology and enaction
van Dijk1, Rietveld2
1University of Antwerp, ANTWERP, Belgium
2University of Amsterdam, AMSTERDAM, Nederland

What Shall the Unit of Analysis be for a Non-Representational Approach to Perception-Action?
Heft
Denison University, GRANVILLE, United States of America
Ecological Psychology and Radical Enactivism: Time to Contact?
Myin
Department of Philosophy, ANTWERP, Belgium
How architecture affords being-in-the-world? Exploring the enactive, embodied, affective view of spatial experience
Jelic
Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology, Aalborg University, AALBORG, Denmark
Avoiding the philosophic fallacy: affordances as real yet precarious
van Dijk
University of Antwerp, ANTWERP, Belgium

 16.30 - 16.50

Break (short) with refreshments

 
 
16.50 - 17.05
 

 17.05 - 17.20
 
 
 17.20 - 17.35
 
 


 17.35 - 17.50
 

 17.50 - 18.05
 

 18.05 - 18.20
Open topics: Perception

Detecting invariants in probabilistic environments: The role of spatial and temporal order of events
Covarrubias, Covarrubias Godínez, Bravo de Anda
University of Guadalajara, OCOTLÁN, Mexico
Multisensory Perception and the Neuroscience of Supramodal Information
Rosenblum
University of California, Riverside, RIVERSIDE, United States of America
Inaudible High-frequency Waves Facilitates Active Perception-Action Cycle
Ito1, Sawada2
1Future University Hakodate, HOKKAIDO, Japan
2DENSO Corporation, AICHI, Japan
Visually-guided braking: Controlling deceleration and acceleration with proportional rate control
Kadihasanoglu
TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Department of Psychology, ANKARA, Turkey
The Behavioral Dynamics Approach to Sound Localization
Riehm, Vanderelst, Shockley, Chemero
University of Cincinnati, CINCINNATI, United States of America
Visual and Haptic Perception of Affordance Properties of Feelies
Dowell1, Surber1, Masoner1, Clark1, Wagman2, Hajnal1
1University of Southern Mississippi, HATTIESBURG, United States of America
2Illinois State University, NORMAL, United States of America

 18.30 - 19.30    ISEP Meeting
 20.00 - 22.30  Dinner: 't Feithhuis (www.restaurant-feithhuis.nl)
 
 Friday 5 July
 Location: Blue Lecture Hall ('Blauwe Zaal')
 University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Hanzeplein 1, Groningen

 08.30 - 09.40
 
  
 
 
 
 

SYMPOSIUM: Improvisation and Creativity
Rodger
Queen's University Belfast, BELFAST, United Kingdom
 
Perception of action capabilities in climbing
Seifert1, Dicks2, Wittmann3, Wolf3
1CETAPS Laboratory EA3832, Faculty of Sport Sciences, MONT SAINT AIGNAN, France
2Department of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Portsmouth, PORTSMOUTH, United Kingdom
3ETH, ZURICH, Switzerland
The role of skill and constraints manipulation on the emergence of movement variability and creative motor actions
Orth
Department of Health & Medical Sciences Swinburne University of Technology, MELBOURNE, Australia
Different patterns of exploration in perceived and actualized affordances during discovering the affordance of
gap-crossing ability
Smith, Van Dijk, Bongers
Center for Human Movement Sciences, GRONINGEN, Netherlands
Using digital musical instruments to study the learning of affordances in support of improvised music performance
Rodger
Queen's University Belfast, BELFAST, United Kingdom

 
 09.40 - 09.55
 09.55 - 10.10

 10.10 - 10.25

 10.25 - 10.40
Open topics
Coordinative Gait Adaptations to Visual Task Performance during Object Transport
Amado, Palmer, Hamill, van Emmerik
University of Massachusetts Amherst, AMHERST, United States of America
During rhythmic pointing movements, the underlying synergies change with task constraints, and constituent
DOF vary in stability
Valk, Mouton, Otten, Bongers
University Medical Center Groningen, GRONINGEN, Netherlands
The complexity of coordination in carrying, reaching, and driving: The search for fields of dexterity
Hodges, Ventura, Lundberg
Gordon College, WENHAM, MA, United States of America
Studying Complex Adaptive Systems with Internal States: A Recurrence Based Approach To Idiographic
Multivariate Time Series Analysis
Hasselman
Radboud University, NIJMEGEN, Netherlands

 10.40 - 11.10

Break with refreshements

 11.10 - 12.20
SYMPOSIUM: Gibsonian neuroscience
de Wit
Muhlenberg College, ALLENTOWN, United States of America
 
Stinky business: a behavioral study of vicarious functioning in anterior insula
de Wit
Muhlenberg College, ALLENTOWN, United States of America
Gibsonians Need Neuroscience (and Vice Versa)
Raja
Rotman Institute of Philosophy, LONDON, Canada
Infants'brain responses to looming danger: Degenracy of neural connectivity patterns
van der Weel, van der Meer
Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU), TRONDHEIM, Norway
Anticipating affordances: ecological psychology meets selectionist neuroscience
Bruineberg1, Rietveld2
1Department of Philosophy, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands
2Amsterdam Medical Centre, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands

 12.20 - 13.05
Lunch

 13.05 - 15.05
Poster Presentations 
    
 15.05 - 16.15
SYMPOSIUM: Action-Perception interpersonal dynamics and group behaviour when N>2
Dotov1, Bardy2
1LIVELab, McMaster University, HAMILTON, Canada
2EuroMov, MONTPELLIER, France
 
Multi-agent crowd dynamics:  Visual coupling and network reconstruction
Warren1, Dachner2
1Brown University, PROVIDENCE, RI, United States of America, United States of America
Role of time delays in dyadic and group interactions
Slowinski, Al-Ramadhani, Tsaneva-Atanasova
University of Exeter, EXETER, United Kingdom
Emergence of motor coordination in human groups.
Calabrese1, De Lellis1, Bardy2, Di Bernardo1
1University of Naples- Federico II, NAPLES, Italy
2University of Montpellier, MONTPELLIER, France
Collective performance facilitates anticipatory synchronization in group drumming
Dotov, Trainor
LIVELab, McMaster University, HAMILTON, Canada

 
 16.15 - 16.30
 

 16.30 - 16.45
 

 16.45 - 17.00
Open topics
Ecological optics, a prisoner of geometry: Gibson 1979±40
Kadar
University of Portsmouth, PORTSMOUTH, United Kingdom
Coordination of resonant tensegrity structures
Fultot
University of Connecticut, CESPA, STORRS, United States of America
Accessing the world without agents: Metabolism and cobolism
Keijzer
Department of Theoretical Philosophy, GRONINGEN, Netherlands

 17.00 - 17.20
Break (short) with refreshments

 17.20 - 18.30
 
 
 

 
 

SYMPOSIUM: Integrating the ecologies of language, communication and development
Catherine Read1, Raczaszek-Leonardi2
1Rutgers University, NEW BRUNSWICK, United States of America
2Warsaw University, WARSAW, Poland
 
Attentional Actions and the Complex Interplay of Time-scales
van den Herik
Erasmus University Rotterdam, ROTTERDAM, Netherlands
Meaning is Use: Gibson on Second-Hand Perception
Kiverstein
Senior Researcher, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands
Differences in Perceptual-Environment Systems across Typical and Atypical Development
Rader
Ithaca College, ITHACA, United States of America
Integrating timescales for the emergence of symbolic communication in development
Raczaszek-Leonardi, Rossmanith
University of Warsaw, WARSAW, Poland
Direct Perception and Integrationist Communication in the Joint Construction of Metaphors across Speakers
and Utterances
Read
Rutgers University, NEW BRUNSWICK, United States of America

 18.30 - 18.40
Update on the journal 'Ecological Psychology'
Schmidt - Editor
Department of Psychology, WORCESTER MA, United States of America

 18.45 Departure busses at entrance UMCG
 19.30 - 22.15 Dinner at De Diek'n (www.dediekn.nl)
 23.00 Return at UMCG

 Saturday 6 July
 Location: Blue Lecture Hall ('Blauwe Zaal')
 University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Hanzeplein 1, Groningen

 08.30 - 09.40
 
 

SYMPOSIUM: Philosophical Responses to Ecological Psychology     
Hatfield
Philosophy, Cohen Hall 433, PHILADELPHIA, United States of America
                            
Gibson and the Geometric Layout: Not Ecological Enough?
Hatfield
Philosophy, Cohen Hall 433, PHILADELPHIA, United States of America
Affordances as Vector Fields
Isaac
University of Edinburgh, EDINBURGH, United Kingdom
Representing and Tracking
         Orlandi
UC Santa Cruz, SAN FRANCISCO, United States of America

 09.40 - 10.50
 
 
 
 
 

SYMPOSIUM: Multi-agent Systems: Task-Dynamics, Asymmetries, Sub-Ensembles and Illustrative Landscapes
Passos1, Richardson2
1CIPER, Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, University of Lisbon, LISBON, Portugal
2Centre for Elite Performance, Expertise and Training Department of Psychology Ma, SYDNEY, Australia
 
Task-Dynamics of Multi-Agent Activity
Richardson1, Kallen2, Saltzman3
1Center for Elite Performance, Expertise and Training, SYDNEY, Australia
2Macquarie University, SYNDEY, Australia
3Boston University, BOSTON, United States of America
Functional asymmetries in multi-level, multi-scale, multi-agent coordination
Davis
Center for Cognition, Action, & Perception, CINCINNATI, United States of America
Emergent interpersonal coordination in high-performance association football
Rein
Institute of Training and Computer Science in Sports, COLOGNE, Germany
Players’ relative position set possibilities of action to illustrate a landscape of passes towards the goal in football
Passos1, Amaro Silva2
1CIPER, Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, University of Lisbon, LISBON, Portugal
2Instituto Dom Luiz, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa, LISBON, Portugal

 10.50 - 11.20
Break with refreshments

 11.20 - 12.30
SYMPOSIUM: Action Coordination in Non-Human Self-Organizing Collectives: Multidisciplinary
Lessons from Living and Nonliving Systems
Chiovaro, Paxton
Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, STORRS, United States of America

Perception- action feedback during Endothelial cell decisions to grow new blood vessels
Bentley
The Francis Crick Institute, LONDON, United Kingdom
Collective Behavior in Dissipative Structures
De Bari, Dixon, Chen
University of Connecticut, STORRS, United States of America
Behavioral consequences of sensory system constraints in the firefly
Moiseff1, Copeland2
1University of Connecticut, STORRS, CT, United States of America
2Georgia Southern University, STATESBORO, GA, United States of America
Busy Bees: Task Allocation in Apis mellifera as Inspiration for Engineering Effective Human Collectives
Chiovaro, Paxton
Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, STORRS, United States of America

 12.30 - 13.15
Lunch

 13.15 - 14.45
 Poster Presentations

 14.45 - 15.55
 
 
 
 
 
 

SYMPOSIUM: Becoming one: How hand movements and vocalizations emerge together
De Jonge-Hoekstra
Developmental Psychology, University of Groningen, GRONINGEN, Netherlands

The development of vocal-manual coordination in late infancy
Abney, Borjon, Yu, Smith
Indiana University, BLOOMINGTON, United States of America
Complexity matching between gestures and speech in easy and difficult tasks
De Jonge-Hoekstra1, Van der Steen2, Dixon3, Cox1
1Developmental Psychology, University of Groningen, GRONINGEN, Netherlands
2Orthopedagogy, University of Groningen, GRONINGEN, Netherlands
3CESPA, University of Connecticut, STORRS, United States of America
Acoustic Specification of Upper Limb Movement in Voicing
Pouw, Paxton, Harrison, Dixon
Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action, UCONN, STORRS, United States of America
Adaptation of multimodal communication strategies to noise and failure: evidence from a dyadic interaction task
Trujillo1, Drijvers1, Holler2, Özyürek2
1Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior, NIJMEGEN, The Netherlands
2Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, NIJMEGEN, The Netherlands

 15.55 - 16.15
Break (short) with refreshments

 
 16.15 - 16.30
 
 

 16.30 - 16.45
 

 16.45 - 17.00
 

 17.00 - 17.15
 
 

 17.15 - 17.30
 
 

 17.30 - 17.45
Open topics
Ecological investigation of artistic performance and reception
Palatinus1, Szitas2, Fekete2
1Department of cognition and neuroscience, SZEGED, Hungary
2Institute of Psychology, University of Szeged, SZEGED, Hungary
Why ecological psychology is needed in landscape studies. A methodological and pedagogical analysis
Menatti
UMR 5319 Passages CNRS; École Nationale Supérieure d'architecture et de Paysage de Bordeaux, TALENCE CEDEX, France
Escalation and destruction: Evidence for the reorganization of the interpersonal system during conflict
Paxton
Department of Psychological Sciences, University of Connecticut, STORRS, CT, United States of America
Switching hybrid dynamics in tennis
Yamamoto1, Yokoyama1, Kudo1, Gohara2
1Nagoya University, NAGOYA, Japan
2Hokkaido University, SAPPORO, Japan
Bodily Synchrony as an Index of Social Ability and Affiliation in Interviews
Schmidt1, Fitzpatrick2
1Department of Psychology, WORCESTER. MA, United States of America
2Assumption College, WORCESTER, MA, United States of America
Dynamic occlusion reduces the influence of neighbors in human crowds
Dachner, Warren
Brown University, PROVIDENCE, United States of America

 17.45 - 18.00
 Closing remarks - Bill Warren (Chair ISEP)

 19.00 - 22.00  Conference Dinner Martinikerk (Martini church, www.martinikerk.nl)