The booklet of the EWEP13 programme, including abstracts, is now available online: EWEP13 Programme Booklet.

Wednesday 25th June

17:00-onwards  Registration
19:00-21:00  Dinner

Thursday 26th June

8:50-9:00  Welcome address - Cathy Craig

Symposium - Affordances and architecture: Towards an ecological approach

9:00-9:25  Verity Faith et al.Affordances and dementia: the impact on wayfinding in long term care settings

9:25-9:50  Erik RietveldAffordances in architectural practice

9:50-10:15  Rachel HarknessWhat the Material Affords: Building Materials, Affordances and Sustainable Architecture

10:15-10:40  Rob Withagen et al.Affordances and playgrounds: Taking the body seriously

10:45-11:30  Coffee/Tea and posters

Session 2: Theoretical Approaches

11:30-11:55  David LeePain: a vital ubiquitous perceptual system

11:55-12:20  Klaus LandwehrGeometric Visual Illusions – Towards a Neuroecological Theory

12:20-12:45  Matthew RodgerThe nature of auditory affordances

12:45-14:00  Lunch

Session 3: Affordances in Artificial Environments

14:00-14:25  Rita Oliveira et al.Body-scaled information for affordances in a virtual environment

14:25-14:50  Ludger van Dijk et al.Does affordance based serious gaming transfer to prosthesis use?

14:50:15:15  Miho Nishizaki: Using augmented reality to visualize affordances in the daily environment during the first year of life

15:15-15:50  Coffee/Tea

Session 4: Social Coordination

15:50-16:15  Zhong Zhao et al.Different- looking individuals influence interpersonal coordination stability

16:15-16:40  Ludovic Marin et al.Using similar avatar to enhance social interaction

16:40-17:05  Steven HarrisonInvestigating the emergent dynamics of joint-action and social–coordination

17:05-17:30  Duarte AraujoShared affordances guide the synergistic behavior of individuals in a team

18:00-19:30  Fun and games
19:30  Dinner and socializing

Friday 27th June

Session 5: Developmental Studies

9:00-9:25  David Gaul et al.Perception-Action Deficit in Obese Children

9:25-9:50  Joanne Smith et al.: Perceived gap-crossing and overhead reaching ability of children aged 8-12 years old

9:50-10:15  Ruud van der Weel & Audrey van der MeerThe Unity of the Senses: Infants’ cortical responses to audio-visual looming

10:15-11:00  Coffee/Tea and posters

Session 6: Interception

11:00-11:25  Magnus HolthSuccessful interceptive timing: Two experiments combining findings from gaze, joystick movement and EEG

11:25-11:50  Simone CaljouwPerception and movement control in a collision avoidance game

11:50-12:15  Joost DessingSpatial biases during manual interception

12:15-13:20  Lunch

Session 7: Open Topics

13:20-13:45  Edward BaggsThe concept of the task as a methodological device

13:45-14:10  Jon Allsop & Rob GrayEffects of anxiety on attentional control and performance in a simulated instrument landing

14:10-14:35  James Croft & Chris ButtonThe effect of perceived effort on the perception of distance over open water

14:35-15:00  John KennedyEW began with foldout: now draws scenes and uses metaphor

15:00-15:15  Coffee/Tea

Session 8: Dynamical Systems

15:15-15:40  Raoul Huys et al.On the distinct dynamical fingerprints in discrete and cyclic Fitts' task versions

15:40-16:05  V. Kostrubiec & P. G. Zanone: Stability-dependent change in accuracy of graphic patterns during short-term recall

16:05-16:30  Nick Smeeton et al.Learning to Anticipate in Tennis: Evidence for the use of Region-Independent Dynamical Patterns

16:30-17:00  Horizon 20:20 funding opportunities for Ecological Psychology
18:30-19:30  Aperitif / Petanque challenge
19:30-Late  Dinner and dancing

Saturday 28th June

Session 9: Multisensory Studies

9:00-9:25  Johann Issartel & Alan ArmstrongInformation in Movement with Audio-Visual Stimuli

9:25-9:55  Rob Gray et al.An ecological approach to designing effective auditory and vibrotactile collision warnings

10:00-10:15  Coffee/Tea
10:15-11:30  Round Table Discussion: The Future of Ecological Psychology
12:00-13:00  Lunch
13:00  Departures