Program

DAY 1 19th International Conference on Perception & Action
PROGRAM & SCHEDULE
Wednesday, 05 July 2017
08:30 – 09:20 Conference Registration (conference center lobby)
09:20 – 09:30 Opening Remarks: Nam-Gyoon Kim and Keonho Shin
09:30 – 11:30 SYMPOSIUM 1: WHAT IS THE BRAIN FOR?
Organizer : Claudia Carello
Perception-Action without Brain or Nervous System - Claudia Carello
Learning in Non-Living Dissipative Systems - James A. Dixon, Benjamin De Bari, Bruce A. Kay, & Dilip Kondepudi
Nervous System Evolution: Come for the Eats, Stay for the Beats - P. Adrian Frazier
Ecological Brains: Neural Tissue and Higher-Order Coordination - Martin Fultot
Discussion
11:30 – 01:00 LUNCH BREAK
01:00 – 02:50 OPEN FORUM A: DEVELOPMENT
01:00 – 01:25 Nonobvious Influences on Perception-Action Abilities
- Michael T. Turvey
01:25– 01:50 Mother-Infant Interaction in the Emergence of Tool Use at Mealtime: A Process of Affordance Selection
- Tetsushi Nonaka
01:50 – 02:15 Development of Independent Walking and Infant Activities in the Home Environment
- Chihiro Nishio
02:15 – 02:40 Exploration Affects Developmental Trends in Reaching
- Raoul Bongers
02:50 – 03:10 COFFEE BREAK
03:10 – 05:00 OPEN FORUM B: INTERPERSONAL
03:10 – 03:35 Synchronization Dynamics Underlie Coordination in Natural Joint Actions
- Richard Schmidt
03:35 – 04:00 Visual Control Laws for Pedestrian Following
- Gregory Dachner
04:00 – 04:25 The Local Neighborhood in a Human Crowd
- William Warren
04:25 – 04:50  
DAY 2 19th International Conference on Perception & Action
PROGRAM & SCHEDULE
Thursday, 06 July 2017
09:00 – 09:30 Coffee and Tea
09:30 – 11:30 SYMPOSIUM 2: BASIC AND APPLIED ISSUES IN PERCEPTION AND ACTUALIZATION OF AFFORDANCES
Organizer : Jeffrey Wagman
Affordances Tell Us What to Do and Effectivities How to Do It! - Robert Shaw, Jeffrey Kinsella-Shaw, & William Mace
The Multiplicity of Affordances as a Nested Means-Ends Hierarchy - Jeffrey B. Wagman & Thomas A. Stoffregen
How Do People Perceive Affordances for Passing Between Two People Facing in Different Directions?
- Takayuki Tomono, Nobuhiro Furuyama, & Hiroyuki Mishima
Walking Through Apertures by Individuals with Stroke - Takahiro Higuchi & Daisuke Muroi
Discussion
11:30 – 12:00 CONFERENCE PHOTO
12:00 – 01:00 LUNCH BREAK
01:00 – 02:50 OPEN FORUM C: PERCEPTION
01:00 – 01:25 Affordance Perception Deficiency in Patients with Schizophrenia
- Nam-Gyoon Kim
01:25 – 01:50 Simultaneous and Sequential Affordances of Collision Avoidance Between Multiple Pedestrians
- Laurentius Meerhoff
01:50 – 02:15 The Relevance of the Stationary Environment in the Perception of Locomotion
- Pablo Covarrubias
02:15 – 02:40 What Determines the Perception of Motion: The Stationary Point of Observation or the Stationary Environment?
- Pablo Covarrubias, Montserrath Ramos, & Mo’nica Judith Bravo
02:50 – 04:10 POSTER SESSION (COFFEE AND TEA AVAILABLE)
04:10 – 05:30 OPEN FORUM D: HAPTICS
04:10 – 04:35 The Knee Complexes Involution as an Organ of Sensitivity
- Wangdo Kim
04:35– 05:00 Adaptations to Water Treading Patterns Under Various Aquatic Conditions
- Luka Brouwer
05:00 – 05:25 Inverse Dynamic Touch to Recall One’s Subjectivity
- Katsuyoshi Tsujita
DAY 3 19th International Conference on Perception & Action
PROGRAM & SCHEDULE
Friday, 07 July 2017
09:00 – 09:30 Coffee and Tea
09:30 – 11:30 SYMPOSIUM 3: ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY AS A LIVING SCIENCE IN THE PRAGMATIST TRADITION
Organizer : Tetsuya Kono
What Does the Ecological Approach Learn from Pragmatism? William James’ View of Percept and Concept - Masayoshi Someya
The Analysis and Development of Learning Affordance from Peirce’s Perspective - Satoshi Sako
Is Pain an Unsharable Sensation? A View from Pragmatism and Gibsonian Theory of Perception - Tetsuya Kono
The Psychologist's Fallacy as an Engine of Progress in the Ecological Realist Research Programme - Ed Baggs
Discussion
11:30 – 12:00 BUSINESS MEETING
12:00 – 01:00 LUNCH BREAK
01:00 – 02:50 OPEN FORUM E: THEORY
01:00 – 01:25 Questioning the Status of the Retinal Image and Light’s Visibility
- Michael Turvey
01:25– 01:50 Can Brunswik and Gibson Be Probably Reconciled?
- Endre Kadar
01:50 – 02:15 What We Talk About When We Talk About Goals
- Adrian Frazier
02:15 – 02:40 A Brief History and Reading Guide to Robert Shaw’s Intentional Dynamics
- Bill Mace
02:50 – 03:10 COFFEE BREAK
03:10 – 05:00 OPEN FORUM F: SKILL EMERGENCE
03:10 – 03:35 Differences in Informational Constraints Affect the Synergy Deployed
- Raoul Bongers
03:35 – 04:00 Development of a New Movement Skill Assessment Using Active Gaming
- Chris Button
04:00 – 04:25 The Change of Character Position in the Process of Copy Drawing
- Hikaru Nozawa
04:25 – 04:50 Statistical Features of Active Behavior in Human Activity
- Mooyoung Choi
DAY 4 19th International Conference on Perception & Action
PROGRAM & SCHEDULE
Saturday, 08 July 2017
09:00 – 09:30 Coffee and Tea
09:30 – 11:30 SYMPOSIUM 4: GIH AND AFFORDANCE
Organizer : Keonho Shin
The Gih and Affordance  - Keonho Shin, Yang Lee
Gih Eye different from Physical and Cognitive Ones - Yang Lee, Keonho Shin, Bonyong Ku, Jaehong Ko, & Yangkyu Choi
Gih in Meditation - Sangho Lee, Hyeongjeom Kim, Haegyoung Lee, Robert E. Shaw, & Yang Lee
Evaluating the Affordance–Control Interpretation with Quadruple Model - Zheng Jin, Jeffrey W Sherman, & Yang Lee
11:30 – 01:00 LUNCH BREAK
01:00 – 02:50 OPEN FORUM G: LEARNING
01:00 – 01:25 Emergent Coordination in Joint Interception
- Frank Zaal
01:25– 01:50 Detecting the Invariants in the Structure of Operant-Conditioning Settings
- Felipe Cabrera
01:50 – 02:15 Finding Important Objects in Deep Reinforcement Learning
- Jinyoung Choi
02:15 – 02:40 Affordances and Operant Performance in Rats
- Andrés Jiménez
02:50 – 03:10 COFFEE BREAK
03:10 – 04:00 OPEN FORUM H: QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES
03:10 – 03:35 Compatibility Effects in Bistable Perception of the Necker Cube
- Thomas R. Brooks
03:35 – 04:00 What your moves say about you: Action-perception dynamics and mental health
- Benoît Bardy
04:00 – 04:30 ROUND TABLE: ECOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY SINCE ICPA1
Claudia Carello, William Mace, Robert Shaw, Michael Turvey, & William Warren
06:00 FAREWELL BANQUET
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