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Abstract guidelines
Abstracts should be entered as plain text and formatted as outlined below.

  • - Abstract length: max. 200 words.
  • - Citations are to be embedded in the text.
  • - Journal citations: [author(s), year, journal, volume number, page number(s)], e.g.:
    •   . [Smith et al, 2008, Perception, 35 ECVP Supplement, 104],
    •   . [Clark and Jones, 2006, Journal of Vision, 22(7):5, 1-8],
    •   . [Hutton, 1988, Nature, 224, 10-13; Li et al, 1989, Perception, 18(1), 72-78].
  • - Book citations: [author(s), year, book title, place of publication, publishers name]
    or [author(s), year, in: book title, editor(s), place of publication, publishers name], e.g.:
    •   . [Lorbi and Letta, 1997, Color Perception, New York, Addison-Wesley],
    •   . [ as discussed by Keelen [1997, Art and Vision, New Jersey, Prentice Hall],
    •   . [Smith et al, 1997, in: Depth Vision, J Roberts and F Bon, Chicago, Abrams].

Keywords
3D Vision, Depth
Adaptation, Aftereffects
Ageing
Applied vision
Art and vision
Attention
Biological motion
Brightness, Lightness
Change blindness
Clinical vision
Colour
Computer and Robot vision
Consciousness
Contours
Contrast
Crowding
Decision making
Development
EEG
Electrophysiology
Emotions, Cognition
Encoding and decoding
Eye movements
Face perception
fMRI
Haptics
Illusions
Learning and memory
MEG
Models and theory
Motion
Multisensory processing
Multistability, Rivalry Natural images
Non-human vision
Objects
Other
Perception and action
Perceptual learning
Perceptual organization
Reading
Receptive fields
Retina
Retinotopy
Scene perception
Spatial vision
Temporal processing
Texture
Time perception
TMS
Visual search



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