Detailed Program

Wednesday July 18, 2018

09:00–12:00

South Hall 2A
 

CE WORKSHOP

From neurons to neighborhoods: Bridging science and humanity in search for modifiable markers of aging and dementia

M Lamar

09:00–12:00

South Hall 2B
 

CE WORKSHOP

Preschool Neuropsychological Development, Assessment, and Cultural Considerations

AK Heffelfinger

09:00–12:00

North Hall
 

CE WORKSHOP

Advances in epilepsy treatment and understanding of neurobehavioral comorbidities

I Rektor, B Hermann

12:00–13:00
 
LUNCH BREAK

13:00–14:00

Forum Hall
 

PLENARY KEYNOTE ADDRESS

What does neuroscience tell us about free will?

JD Haynes

14:10–15:40

Forum Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 1: Rare and Unusual Disorders: Presentation and Progress Over Time

Chair: BA Wilson

Probably the longest lived patient on record with Alexander’s Disease
BA Wilson

Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome: long-term neuropsychological outcome
M Perdices, G Herkes

The ups and downs of recovery in a man with akinetic mutism
NU Mistry, BA Wilson, A Rose

Evans Syndrome: A description and a case study
AE Rose, BA Wilson

14:10–15:40

South Hall 2A
 

SYMPOSIUM 2: Cognitive effects of cancer and cancer treatment

Sponsored by the Cognition and Cancer Task Force (CCTF)

Chairs: SB Schagen & JS Wefel

Neurocognitive functioning in patients with brain tumors
JS Wefel

Neurocognitive functioning in patients with non-CNS tumors
SB Schagen

Neurocognitive functioning in survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)
K Krull

Neuroimaging of neurocognitive dysfunction in adult-onset cancer
MB de Ruiter

14:10–15:40

South Hall 2B
 

PAPER SESSION 1: Executive functioning: Interface with memory and self-regulation

Moderator: M Jehkonen

The moderating effect of supportive parenting on the relations between poverty and executive functioning in young adulthood
ES Hallowell, E Duprey, T Yu, SW Liebel, AW Barton, …, LH Sweet

Impulsivity and inhibition interact with BMI to predict food craving increased following induced acute stress
E Massicotte, C Rouleau, C Gingras, SM Deschênes, P Jackson

Paired associates and working memory in amnesic patients
OFA Bueno, S Batistela, ISS Tudesco, SAP Bolognani, NMF Sousa

Memory load does not affect metacognitive processes in suppressing unwanted contents: evidence from think/no-think paradigm
R Szczepanowski, E Cichoń, P Kruk

Executive dysfunction in dementia syndromes: insights from tests of planning and reasoning
S Wong, M Irish, JR Hodges, O Piguet, F Kumfor

14:10–15:40

North Hall
 

PAPER SESSION 2: Behavioral and compensation strategies: Toward improving cognitive functioning among older adults with and without dementia

Moderator: T Nikolai

Enhancing Memory using Drawing as an Encoding Tool in Healthy Aging Adults, and in Patients with Dementia
MA Fernandes, M Meade

WITHDRAWN Strategic Memory Alzheimers Rehabilitation Training (SMART) Memory Program: Improvement for MCI/VCI Via Systematic Novel Cognitive Exercise
J DenBoer

Physical Activity, APOEe4 Status and Cognitive Function in Later Life
C Padgett, M Summers, R Marris, J Vickers

Memory strategy use and the effect of strategy training in older adults with subjective memory complaints
NL Frankenmolen, L Fasotti, RPC Kessels, JM Oosterman

Evaluating the impact of mindfulness training on attention and memory among older adults diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment: A randomized controlled trial
K Doshi, S Henderson, K Wong, J Teng, Z Hassirim, J Lim

15:40–16:00
 
AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK

16:00–16:30

 

WELCOME CEREMONY

16:30–17:30

Forum Hall
 

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

What does the science of childhood brain disorders teach us about the evolution of the human social brain?

KO Yeates

17:30–18:30

 

WELCOME COCKTAIL

 
 
 

Thursday July 19, 2018

07:40–08:35

Forum Hall

Brief Early-bird Session
 

PAPER SESSION 3: Subjective cognitive complaints among healthy older adults: Neuroimaging and neuropsychiatric correlates

Moderator: E Łojek

Microstructural White Matter Metrics in Individuals with Subjective Cognitive Decline
L Ohlhauser, A Parker, C Smart, J Gawryluk

Subjective memory assessment and its relationships to cognitive functioning and negative affectivity in older age
M Abrahamova, S Krakovska, E Smolejova, A Svingerova, S Gergely, …, P Brandoburova

Subjective cognitive complaints above and below the age of 60: differential associations with neuroimaging and other clinical features
N Cedres, A Machado, Y Molina, P Diaz-Galvan, J Hernandez-Cabrera, …, D Ferreira

07:40–08:35

South Hall 2A

Brief Early-bird Session
 

PAPER SESSION 4: Multiple sclerosis

Moderator: J Blahova Dusankova

Association between evolution of cognitive performance and BDI, MSNQ and BAI in MS patients
J Motyl, L Kadrnozkova, J Blahova Dusankova, T Uher, T Nikolai, D Horakova

An examination of cognitive fatigue in multiple sclerosis (MS): Perceptions, performance, and kynurenine biomarkers
CA Honan, H Francis, K Ahuja, E Lim

Olfactory function impairment in Multiple Sclerosis
T Costabile

07:40–08:35

South Hall 2B

Brief Early-bird Session
 

PAPER SESSION 5: Cognition in the context of serious mental illness

Moderator: T Loetscher

Explaining cognitive impairment in bipolar disorder: Cross-sectional analysis in the UK Biobank cohort
B Cullen, DJ Smith, JP Pell, IJ Deary, JJ Evans

Evaluation of a New 8-Session Cognitive Health Group for Veterans with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
EL Clark, DP Terry, ND Silverberg, GL Iverson

Effects of cognitive performance assessed by Czech version of MATRICS Consensus Cognitive Battery on psychosocial functioning of schizophrenia patients
J Michalec, L Kalisova, T Nikolai, P Harsa, P Silhan, …, O Bezdicek

07:40–08:35

North Hall

Brief Early-bird Session
 

PAPER SESSION 6: When low scores are good and high scores are bad: Minding the base rates in diagnostic decision making

Moderator: O Bezdicek

Exploring cognitive intra-individual variability in a paediatric typically developing cohort: How much variation is ‘normal’?
M Porter, E Andersson, J Reeve, S Baracz

Misleading MoCA scores: examples when a cognitive screen may be inaccurate
K Krishnan

Improving the classification accuracy of mild cognitive impairment by determining the prevalence of low scores in healthy elderly population in the UDS-Cz 2.0 battery
T Nikolai, H Stepankova, M Kopecek, Z Sulc, O Bezdicek

08:45–10:15

Forum Hall
 

PAPER SESSION 7: Mediators and moderators of cognitive decline with increasing age

Moderator: H Niemann

Subjective Social Status Predicts Late-Life Memory Trajectories through Mental and Physical Health Pathways
LB Zahodne, AZ Kraal, A Zaheed, K Sol

The relation between episodic memory and amyloid burden in healthy elderly adults is moderated by educational level
M Joannette, C Bocti, MM Lavallée, P Sévigny Dupont, G Vallet, …, S Joubert

Beta-amyloid burden and white matter hyperintensities as mediators of the relationship between age and cognition in normal aging
P Sévigny Dupont, C Bocti, M Joannette, MM Lavallée, G Vallet, …, S Joubert

Trajectories of lateral ventricle volumes predict response inhibition in middle aged and older adults – a combined imaging, longitudinal mixed-effect modelling, and machine learning study
A Vik, AJ Lundervold, S Adolfsdottir, A Lundervold

Different approaches to the definition of cognitive superaging and their volumetric correlates
M Cervenkova, R Heissler, A Drabinova, A Rulseh, B Schmand, H Stepankova, O Bezdicek

08:45–10:15

South Hall 2A
 

PAPER SESSION 8: Pediatric TBI

Moderator: JCG Larson

Parenting Practices as a Moderator of Long-Term Psychosocial Outcomes after Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Early Childhood
EM Schorr, S Wade, G Taylor, T Stancin, KO Yeates

Acute outcomes of pediatric sport-related concussion: A systematic review on cognitive outcomes
NJ Reid, A Figaji, K Thomas, L Wepener, L Schrieff-Elson

Cognitive Effects Acutely Following a Concussion among Adolescent Athletes with a History of Pre-Injury Migraines
DP Terry, NE Cook, B Maxwell, R Zafonte, T Seifert, …, GL Iverson

Pragmatic Language Comprehension after Paediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: A Scoping Review
S Deighton, N Ju, S Graham, K Yeates

Psychological resilience as a predictor of post-concussive symptoms in pediatric concussion: Preliminary analyses
C Laliberté Durish, M Beauchamp, W Craig, Q Doan, R Zemek, …, KO Yeates

08:45–10:15

South Hall 2B
 

SYMPOSIUM 3: Emotion and Cognition in Epilepsy

Chairs: A Javurkova & J Amlerova

Functional mapping of emotion recognition in epilepsy patients: an intracranial EEG study
A Kalina, J Hammer, P Jezdik, M Tomasek, P Marusic

Effects of epilepsy surgery on social cognition
J Amlerova, P Marusic

Emotion recognition and faux-pas identification in temporal lobe epilepsy patients: Correlation of performance with amygdalar and hippocampal volumes
L Martinkovic, J Amlerova, P Marusic

Preliminary First Czech Validation of EpiTrack®
A Javurkova, J Zarubova, M Tomasek, J Raudenska, P Marusic

08:45–10:15

North Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 4: Adaptation of neuropsychology instruments from a cross-cultural perspective, from screening to batteries

Sponsored by the Section for Neuropsychology, the Czech and Moravian Psychological Society (CMPS)

Chairs: T Nikolai & O Bezdicek

Frontal Assessment Battery (FAB) in Parkinson’s Disease and Normative Data: A Sensitive Tool for Level I Assessment
A Fendrych Mazancova, R Jech, J Roth, E Ruzicka, O Bezdicek

KONB: National Institute of Mental Health Repeatable Neuropsychological Battery
E Bolcekova, G Vechetova, M Preiss

Uniform Data Set, Czech version, Normative Data in Older Adults
T Nikolai, H Stepankova, M Kopecek, M Vyhnalek, Z Sulc, O Bezdicek

Parkinson's Disease Mild Cognitive Impairment Battery Using the Movement Disorder Society Task Force Criteria
O Bezdicek, T Nikolai, J Michalec, F Ruzicka, P Havrankova, …, E Ruzicka

10:15–10:30
 
MORNING COFFEE BREAK

10:30–12:00

Forum Hall
 

PAPER SESSION 9: Postacute and chronic sequelae of mTBI: What do we know and what do we believe?

Moderator: M Verfaellie

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury is Not Associated with a High Incidence of Chronic Cognitive Impairment
GL Iverson, JE Karr, AJ Gardner, ND Silverberg, DP Terry

The relationship between cortical activity and cognitive function after traumatic brain injury
HL Coyle, J Ponsford, KE Hoy

Does post-acute symptom burden predict functional deficits after paediatric mild TBI? A preliminary analysis
S Deighton, E Bigler, A Bacevice, D Cohen, L Mihalov, …, K Yeates

Quantifying the impact of mild traumatic brain injury on the relationship between white matter tract damage and cognitive function
LE Oehr, ML Seal, JYM Yang, J Chen

Concussion Knowledge Among Children and Adolescents after Concussion: A Pilot Study
JCG Larson, M Van Tubbergen, A Johnson, K Kolberg, N Saleem, …, A Hashikawa

10:30–12:00

South Hall 2A
 

SYMPOSIUM 5: Exploring the use of telehealth to improve patient access to effective neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation services

Chair: RJ Stolwyk

Utilising telehealth to deliver neuropsychological rehabilitation services to rural patients with stroke: development and evaluation of a novel pilot program
RJ Stolwyk, L Arthurson, J Kim, K Bagot, D Cadilhac

Investigating the reliability of telehealth delivery of neuropsychological assessment following stroke
J Chapman, J Ponsford, B Gardner, D Cadilhac, RJ Stolwyk

Is telehealth delivery of post-stroke memory rehabilitation as effective as face-to-face programs?
D Lawson, D Wong, RJ Stolwyk, J Ponsford

The clinician’s experience of delivering neuropsychological services via telehealth
D Wong, D Lawson, J Ponsford, RJ Stolwyk

10:30–12:00

South Hall 2B
 

SYMPOSIUM 6: Challenging assumptions: Behaviour, cognition and neuroimaging in non-Alzheimer’s dementia syndromes

Sponsored by the College of Clinical Neuropsychology (CCN)

Chair: F Kumfor

Cerebellar atrophy and its contribution to cognitive dysfunction in the frontotemporal dementias
O Piguet, Y Chen, F Kumfor, R Landin-Romero, M Irish, JR Hodges

Episodic and working memory function in Primary Progressive Aphasia
N Janssen, WS Eikelboom, LC Jiskoot, E van den Berg, A Roelofs, RPC Kessels

A multidimensional approach to apathy in dementia
F Kumfor, A Zhen, JR Hodges, O Piguet, M Irish

Impaired learning of social rewards in behavioural-variant frontotemporal dementia
S Wong, M Irish, M Husain, JR Hodges, O Piguet, F Kumfor

10:30–12:00

North Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 7: Using the NIH Toolbox Cognition Battery in Individuals with Acquired Brain Injury and in Older Adults

Chair: DS Tulsky

The NIH Toolbox for Assessment of Neurological and Behavioral Function
CJ Nowinski, R Gershon

Adapting the NIH Toolbox for iPad Administration for Older Adults and Testing at Bedside
J Slotkin, RC Gershon, AJ Kaat

Using the NIH Toolbox Measures for Research on Alzheimer's Disease Disparities
JJ Manly, AM Brickman

Validating the NIH Toolbox for use in individuals with Acquired Brain Injury
DS Tulsky

12:00–13:00
 
LUNCH BREAK

13:00–14:00

Forum Hall
 

PLENARY KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Alzheimer’s Disease & Treatment: Time for a New Approach

KA Welsh-Bohmer

14:10–15:40

Forum Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 8: Pathological Ageing: from Subjective Cognitive Decline to Dementia

Sponsored by the Federation of European Societies of Neuropsychology (FESN)

Chair: RPC Kessels

Slightly Different Outcome in Two Longitudinal Studies of Subjective Cognitive Decline Based on the Gothenburg-Oslo MCI Study Cohort
E Hessen

Brain Coach – a Program of Cognitive Activation in Primary Care Settings
AE Thomann, A Monsch

Measuring Subjective Accounts of Symptoms and Diagnosis in People with Dementia: The Development of the RADIX
R Morris, C Quinn, L Clare

The Cognitive Effects of Physical Exercise with or without Cognitive Stimulation in Dementia: A Randomized Controlled Trial
RPC Kessels, EGA Karssemeijer, JA Aaronson, MGM Olde Rikkert

14:10–15:40

South Hall 2A
 

PAPER SESSION 10: Innovative technologies: Toward improving patients’ lives

Moderator: J Miller

Feasibility and Usage of a Telehealth, Web-Based Lifestyle Program (Project LIFT) for People with Traumatic Brain Injuries and Their Caregivers
LE Dreer, MK Cox, K Crowell, T Soleymani, L Vogtle, …, TA Novack

Predicting Aggressive Episodes in Adults with Acquired Brain Injury from Wearable Sensor Data
B O'Neill, C Farrell, E Dalziel, K Turner, G Cornelius, E Magill

Stimulus-specific response modulation – association to learning and memory function
TR Waage, C Hatlestad, T Moberget, T Elvsåshagen, S Andersson

Adaptation to virtual prisms and its relevance for neglect rehabilitation: a single-blind dose-response study with healthy participants
R Ptak, F Turri, R Ricci, R Gammeri

Personalized virtual reality simulations of activities of daily living for cognitive rehabilitation: a study with stroke patients
AL Faria, MS Pinho, S Bermúdez i Badia

14:10–15:40

South Hall 2B
 

SYMPOSIUM 9: The Locked-In Syndrome: Some recent reflections and some challenges

Chair: BA Wilson

What is Locked-In Syndrome? What causes it? Who is most at risk? Do people recover from this condition?
BA Wilson

The challenges of diagnosing Locked-in syndrome following TBI and the story of Simon
NU Mistry, BA Wilson, A Rose

Quality of Life in people with Locked in Syndrome: a review of the literature
AE Rose

Living within my head: Reflections from a man with LIS
BA Wilson, P Allen

14:10–15:40

North Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 10: Process-based Approach to Neuropsychological Assessment: from screening tools to comprehensive evaluation

Chairs: U Diaz-Orueta & DJ Libon

MoCA-Process Approach Version (MoCA-PA): Latest developments of an ‘organic’ test adding qualitative analysis to cognitive performance
A Blanco-Campal, T Burke, U Diaz-Orueta, AB Navarro-Prados

MoCA-Process Approach Version (MoCA-PA): Preliminary findings in a non-clinical sample
U Diaz-Orueta, AB Navarro-Prados, A Blanco-Campal, T Burke

Spanish adaptation of the PrVLT: a process-based approach to brief memory evaluation
AB Navarro-Prados, U Diaz-Orueta, A Blanco-Campal, DJ Libon

The What-Which-Where test: a process-based approach to visuospatial memory assessment
T Burke, C Gallagher, U Diaz-Orueta, A Blanco-Campal

15:40–16:00
 
AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK

16:00–17:00

Forum Hall
 

PLENARY KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Impact of cognitive science on neurorehabilitation

S Clarke

17:00–17:45

Forum Hall
 

AWARDS CEREMONY

17:45–18:30

Forum Hall
 

REMEMBERING ANNE-LISE CHRISTENSEN

Moderator: G Chelune

20:00–22:00
 
MEETING DINNER
 
 
 

Friday July 20, 2018

07:40–08:35

Forum Hall

Brief Early-bird Session
 

PAPER SESSION 11: Cognitive rehabilitation: The current state of the science

Moderator: H Miskey

Group Cognitive Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review
S Ahmad, A Weatherly, L Wehrle, C Santiago, I Tourgeman

Impact of cognitive rehabilitation programs on functional connectivity: a review
A Geraldo, AR Dores, A Castro-Caldas, F Barbosa

Who can benefit more from working memory training: older adults with poor or strong executive abilities?
L Fu, SM Daselaar, RPC Kessels, JHR Maes

07:40–08:35

South Hall 2A

Brief Early-bird Session
 

PAPER SESSION 12: Functional imaging: Advances and challenges

Moderator: M Norman

Networks in crisis: the reproducibility of resting-state fMRI findings in clinical neuroscience
SM Rajtmajer, FG Hillary, M Hallquist

Multiple representations for complex everyday gestures: hemodynamic (fNIRS) correlates of action observation, execution, and listening
D Crivelli, MD Sabogal Rueda, M Balconi

Neural oscillations from resting-state MEG showed specific patterns correlated to verbal learning and memory
V Oswald, Y Zerouali, A Craig-Boulet, M Krajinovic, C Laverdière, …, P Robaey

07:40–08:35

South Hall 2B

Brief Early-bird Session
 

PAPER SESSION 13: Neuropsychological challenges faced by children and teens in developing countries

Moderator: T Judd

Mental Health, Adaptive Functioning and Academic Achievement among school aged children living with HIV in Zambia
L Kalungwana-Mambwe, S Malcolm-Smith, L Schrieff-Elson

Neuropsychological effects of mercury exposure in children and adolescents in the Madeira River region
C Lima, N Abreu

WITHDRAWN Investigating traumatic brain injury severity and behavioural profiles of a group of young offenders in South Africa
JR Ockhuizen, P Kheraj, P Erasmus, A Badul, N Steenkamp, …, L Schrieff-Elson

07:40–08:35

North Hall

Brief Early-bird Session
 

PAPER SESSION 14: Bi- and multi-lingualism: Is there a cognitive advantage?

Moderator: G Chelune

Does knowledge of multiple languages improve verb fluency task performance?
L Olabarrieta-Landa, I Benito-Sánchez, D Ramos-Usuga, A Gailhajanet, A Pérez-Cordón, …, JC Arango-Lasprilla

The bilingual advantage hypothesis in multiple sclerosis: a pilot study on Spanish monolingual and bilingual native speakers
F Aveledo, Y Higueras, A Meldaña-Rivera, ML Martínez-Ginés, T Marinis, …, C Pliatsikas

Lexical retrieval and semantic interference in fluent bilingual aphasia
M Calabria, N Grunden, M Serra, C García Sánchez, A Costa

08:45–10:15

Forum Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 11: Moving Ahead to improve psychosocial outcomes after traumatic brain injury

Sponsored by the Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment (ASSBI)

Chair: S McDonald

Moving Ahead as a concerted research effort: using common instruments to measure psychosocial outcome
S McDonald

Social competence at 2 years following child traumatic brain injury
V Anderson, MH Beauchamp, L Crossley, SJC Hearps, C Catroppa

Psychological Resilience is Associated with Participation Outcomes following Mild to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
JL Ponsford, C Wardlaw, A Hicks, M Sherer

Understanding friendship following TBI: A mixed method study
JM Douglas

Increasing meaningful activity for people with apathy after severe traumatic brain injury: Evaluating a novel intervention
RL Tate, D Wakim, L Sigmundsdottir, W Longley

08:45–10:15

South Hall 2A
 

PAPER SESSION 15: Differential neurocognitive and neuroimaging profiles of AD, DLB, and FTD variants

Moderator: E Bolcekova

Profiles of episodic memory impairment in typical and atypical Alzheimer's disease variants
S Ramanan, L Marstaller, JR Hodges, O Piguet, M Irish

A brief version of the sentence anagram test and syntactic-processing brain network in primary progressive aphasia
E Canu, F Agosta, F Imperiale, PM Ferraro, G Magnani, …, M Filippi

Impairment of different mechanisms of social knowledge in semantic dementia
H Duclos, R Laillier, M Caillaud, F Doidy, S Segobin, …, M Laisney

Effective discrimination between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia with Lewy bodies with the recency ratio
D Bruno, C Busse', A Cagnin

Neuropsychological impairment in Mild Cognitive Impairment due to dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer’s disease
J Ciafone, P Gallagher, AJ Thomas

08:45–10:15

South Hall 2B
 

INVITED SYMPOSIUM 12: Addressing Global Neuropsychological Disability

Chair: T Judd

The Practice of Neuropsychology in an Increasingly Globalized and Diverse World
T Judd

Families and Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation in Developing Countries
JC Arango Lasprilla

Neuropsychology in the South Africa. Can the existing state continue?
BJ Pillay

Addressing Neuropsychological Disability: An Indian Perspective
A Dutt, R Nandi, F Mulla, N Kapur, JJ Evans

08:45–10:15

North Hall
 

PAPER SESSION 16: Learning and attentional disorders in children and adults

Moderator: AL Fernandez

What can we learn about interference control in children with ADHD when dissociating impulsivity and inhibition?
A Grandjean, I Suarez, D DaFonseca, L Casini

WITHDRAWN Inhibitory control, impulsivity and the modulatory influence of anxiety in children with ADHD
M Rossignol, J Trappeniers, C Bonnier

Developmental reading difficulties in Greek: A dual-route model approach
AD Voulgari

Numerical skills in semi-illiterate adults: evidences of the influence education
R Moura, P Freitas, J Lopes-Silva, G Alves, VG Haase

The neural correlates in interference effects of Numerical Stroop Task: An ALE meta‐analysis
P Freitas, VG Haase, G Wood

10:15–10:30
 
MORNING COFFEE BREAK

10:30–12:00

Forum Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 13: New Approaches to Neurorehabilitation

Sponsored by the INS Student Liaison Committee

Chair: J DeLuca

Cognitive Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis
J DeLuca

The use of Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation (tDCS) in Multiple Sclerosis and post stroke aphasia
F Mattioli

Auditory complaints of brain-damaged patients: mechanisms and interventions
S Clarke

10:30–12:00

South Hall 2A
 

SYMPOSIUM 14: Neuropsychology of Developmental Language Disorder: A gateway to tailored assessment and treatment?

Chair: CTWM Vissers

Executive functioning in preschoolers with developmental language impairment
CTWM Vissers

The effectivity of narrative intervention in Developmental Language Disorder: interaction between narrative ability and executive functioning
A Scheper, J Cuperus, L Verhoeven

The effectivity of Theory of Mind treatment in adolescents with Developmental Language Disorder
L Smit, CTWM Vissers, I Rabeling-Keus, L Verhoeven, H Knoors

Towards a Clinical Use of Eye Movements for Improving Facial Emotion Recognition. An Investigative Approach
H Krüger, CTWM Vissers

10:30–12:00

South Hall 2B
 

SYMPOSIUM 15: Showcasing Latino American Neuropsychological Research with Global Impact

Sponsored by the Asociación Latinoamericana de Neuropsicología (ALAN)

Chair: MA Garcia-Barrera

Using social-based neurocognitive markers as a tool for understanding the effects of the Colombian armed conflict
S Trujillo, N Trujillo, M Parra, JD Lopez, JE Ugarriza, MA Garcia-Barrera

The Association Between Measures of Intelligence and Creativity– A Threefold Approach
V Albrecht, EC Duggan, CC Loaiza, I Irurita, MA Garcia-Barrera

Inhibitory oculomotor control in unaffected parents of ADHD children
Y Chamorro, Mde Lourdes Ramírez-Dueñas, E Matute

Latent Variable Examination of Executive Functions in Industry Executives from Colombia
MA Garcia-Barrera, JE Karr, CC Loaiza

10:30–12:00

North Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 16: Current issues in the neuropsychology of HIV/AIDS

Chair: E Łojek

The effects of age in HIV infection on the relationship between neurocognition and brain functional connectivity
AR Egbert, B Biswal, E Łojek

Independent effects of age, HIV, and HIV-associated clinical factors on neuropsychological functioning and brain volume in aviremic HIV+ patients
N Gawron, A Pluta, M Sobańska

Subjective and Objective Improvement on Cognition after Discontinuing Efavirenz in Asymptomatic HIV patients
CS Hakkers, MJE van Zandvoort

Establishing an international task force to address potential revisions of hand Frascati criteria: Rationale, proposal/goals, areas to review/update, logistics, timeline and progress to date
LA Cysique, S Rourke

12:00–13:00
 
LUNCH BREAK

13:00–13:55

Forum Hall

Brief Post-lunch Session
 

PAPER SESSION 17: Neuromodulation and neurofeedback: Rehabilitation methods of the future

Moderator: K Krull

Improving neurocognitive efficiency via technology-mediated mindfulness practice: electrophysiological and cognitive evidences
D Crivelli, G Fronda, I Venturella, M Balconi

Modulating response inhibition via tDCS
MA Friehs, C Frings

HD-tDCS effects on resting-state functional connectivity and GABA in older adults
BM Hampstead, S Ma, FG Hillary

13:00–13:55

South Hall 2A

Brief Post-lunch Session
 

PAPER SESSION 18: Cognition in the context of serious medical Illness

Moderator: S Lettner

WITHDRAWN The effects of cognitive deficits in renal recipients on participation in daily life
AL Ziengs, SJ Bakker, AM Buunk, MF Eisenga, AW Gomes Neto, …, JM Spikman

Pre-stroke frailty is independently associated with acute post-stroke cognition: a cross-sectional study
M Taylor-Rowan

Tumor-related neurocognitive dysfunction in patients with diffuse glioma: A retrospective cohort study of neurocognitive functioning prior to anti-tumor treatment
E van Kessel, M Emons, I Huenges Wajer, K van Baarsen, M Broekman, …, MJE van Zandvoort

13:00–13:55

South Hall 2B
 

INS Early and Mid-career Research Award Presentations

EARLY CAREER: Memory impairment in Parkinson’s disease: The retrieval versus associative deficit hypothesis revisited and reconciled (13:00–13:25)
O Bezdicek

MID-CAREER: Neuropsychology and Epilepsy Surgery in the 21st Century (13:30–13:55)
S Baxendalen

13:00–13:55

North Hall

Brief Post-lunch Session
 

PAPER SESSION 19: Applying advanced statistical approaches toward improved diagnostic decision making

Moderator: JJ Evans

Using the Advanced Neuropsychological Diagnostics Infrastructure to improve the neuropsychological diagnostic process
NR de Vent, JA Agelink van Rentergem, HM Huizenga, JMJ Murre, BA Schmand

Natural Language Processing for Cognitive Status Prediction, a Latent Semantic Analysis approach
S de la Fuente, R Olmos, S Luz

Bayesian Constraint-based Causal Discovery: an alternative method to explore the structure of the Indonesian version of the WAIS-IV
C Suwartono, MPH Hendriks, MJAM van Dijk, M Halim, PT van der Heijden, T Claassen

WITHDRAWN Detection of mild cognitive impairment: psychometric criteria or cluster analysis?
XA Ortiz, F Gongora, A Gonzalez

13:55–14:10
 
AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK

14:10–15:40

Forum Hall
 

SYMPOSIUM 17: The future transformation of clinical neuropsychology: conceptual, practical and ethical issues

Chairs: R Morris & J Fish

Future IT approaches to neuropsychology screening: OCS-BRIDGE
T Manly, N Demeyere, A Bateman, S Gharooni, E Slavkova

Digital health technology for neuropsychological rehabilitation: The future
JJ Evans, M Jamieson

Assistive Technology to Encourage Meaningful Activities following Brain Injury
M Jamieson, R Jack, B O'Neill, B Cullen, M McGee-Lennon, S Brewster, JJ Evans

Ethical Issues and Robotic or Artificial Intelligence Care for People with Neuropsychological Conditions
R Morris

A third-wave approach to neuropsychological rehabilitation of confabulation
J Fish

14:10–15:40

South Hall 2A
 

PAPER SESSION 20: Emotional processing in TBI, FTD, and MCI

Moderator: J Vasterling

Understanding how others feel: evaluating the relationship between emotion recognition and empathy following traumatic brain injury
TA Wearne, K Osborne-Crowley, E Wilson, J Rushby, S McDonald

Normal subjective responses despite impaired physiological responses to facial feedback in people with TBI
K Osborne-Crowley, E Wilson, F De Blasio, T Wearne, J Rushby, S McDonald

WITHDRAWN Aggression in TBI: associations with social information processing
JM Spikman, HJ Westerhof-Evers, J van der Naalt

For the greater good? Reduced emotional response to morally conflicting dilemmas in frontotemporal dementia
C Strikwerda-Brown, ZL Goldberg, J Hodges, O Piguet, M Irish

Fear recognition and risk behavior in patients with dementia or MCI
NS van den Berg, JM Spikman, FR Reesink, EHF de Haan, RB Huitema

14:10–15:40

South Hall 2B
 

SYMPOSIUM 18: Current topics of research in Latin American neuropsychology. A sampler

Sponsored by the Sociedad Latinoamericana de Neuropsicología (SLAN)

Chairs: AL Fernandez & AR Ferreres

Memory, executive functions and hyperactivity in Brazilian children Exposed to Environmental Manganese
N Abreu

Visuoperceptual neurological soft signs (V-NSSs) and lateralization in Mexican school children: Performance on the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure (ROCF)
J Salvador, C Armengol de la Miyar, C Aguillón Solís, J Barrón

Acquired dyslexias in Spanish and the neurocognitive approach. Does it work?
AR Ferreres

Neuropsychological Testing in a Spanish-Speaking Country: A Model for Advances, Challenges and Future Developments
AL Fernandez

14:10–15:40

North Hall
 

WORKSHOP (Sponsored by the INS Student Liaison Committee)

Imaging techniques in neuropsychology

J Vymazal, AM Rulseh

15:40–16:00
 
BREAK

16:00–17:00

Forum Hall
 

BIRCH MEMORIAL LECTURE

Population Neuroscience of the Developing Brain

T Paus

17:00–18:00

 

CLOSING CEREMONY

18:00

 

Break out touring of Prague

 

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