Monday September 5th 2022

13:00 Reception and registration - Room: Corridoio della Scienza ("Hallway of Science" between U4 and U3 buildings, floor -1)
15:00 Welcome address by Rossana Actis Grosso & Daniele Zavagno - Room: Luisella Sironi U4-8Add to your Google Calendar
16:00 Keynote speaker for Italy - Room: Luisella Sironi U4-8 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • Prof. Tiziano Agostini, University of Trieste:
    Auditory perception and modeling of movement: Twenty year of experimental research - Bio & Abstract

17:00 Welcome spritz - Add to your Google Calendar

Tuesday September 6th 2022

10:00 Welcome address by Prof. Angelo Maravita, Head of the Department of Psychology, University of Milan-Bicocca - Room: Luisella Sironi U4-8 - Add to your Google Calendar

10:30 Keynote speaker for Slovenia - Room: Luisella Sironi U4-8 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • Prof. Urška Fekonja, University of Ljubljana:
    Early language development: The interplay of child, family and sociocultural factors Bio & Abstract

11:30 Coffee break

12:00 Morning talks - Chair: Olga Daneyko - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • V. Kemény, D. Vida, & S. Bandi:
    "New Blues" the phenomenological effects of musical improvisation
  • S. Mingolo, V. Prpic, A. Mariconda, E. Bilotta, T. Agostini, & M. Murgia:
    The influence of order in the SNARC effect is revealed by context and task demands: the case of the mobile phone keypad
  • O. Daneyko, D. Zavagno, & N. Stucchi:
    The Poggendorff illusion in Ruben’s Descent from the Cross: Does the
    illusion ever matter?

13:00 Lunch break

15:00 Symposium: Spatial associations for numerical and nonnumerical stimuli: novel evidence and future perspectives (part 1) - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • V. Prpic, Y.A. Basamh, J. Sargent-Walker, C.M. Goodridge, T. Agostini, & M. Murgia:
    Spatial representation of  symbolic and non-symbolic numerals
  • M. Murgia, S. Mingolo, A. Mariconda, E. Bilotta, V. Prpic, & T. Agostini
    The role of order and magnitude in the SNARC effect
  • M. Vicovaro, R. Boscariol, & M. Dalmaso
    Evidence of a SNARC-like effect for visual speed

16:00 Coffee break and odd numbers Poster Session

17:00 Symposium: Spatial associations for numerical and nonnumerical stimuli: novel evidence and future perspectives (part 2) - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • M. Dalmaso, S. Pileggi, & M. Vicovaro
    Face age is mapped onto the horizontal, sagittal, and vertical axes
  • D. Domijan & V. Topić
    Horizontal and vertical space-time associations: Evidence from a go/no-go task
  • M. Arioli, V. Macchi Cassia, N. Shirai, M. Kobayashi, H. Bulf, & K.M. Yamaguchi
    Spatial biases in infants’ learning of serial order: cross-cultural evidence for the role of experience

Wednesday September 7th 2022

10:00 Keynote speaker for Croatia - Room: Luisella Sironi U4-8 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • Prof. Mladenka Tkalčić
    Brain–gut miscommunication: Irritable bowel syndrome Bio & Abstract

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Morning talks - Chair: Daniele Zavagno - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • G. Lazzari, C. Lega, S. La Rocca, L. Ronconi, & R. Daini
    Investigating the role of the dorsal fronto-parietal attention network in the center-surround profile of the attentional focus: A Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) study
  • L. Juras, M. Martincevic, A. Vranic, & B. Rebernjak
    Cultural adaptation and psychometric evaluation of two abbreviated forms of the Everyday Problems Test
  • C. Nagy-Tószegi & B. Lábadi
    The effects of executive functions on the development of sensorimotor performance among preschool children. Is there a bidirectionality?
  • D. Zavagno, F. Frisco, O. Daneyko, & A. Maravita
    The influence of arm posture on the Uznadze size-contrast haptic aftereffect

13:00 Lunch break

15:00 Afternoon talks (session 1) - Chair: Rossana Actis Grosso - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • P. Ibolya Polgár, F. Kocsor, & M. Pohárnok
    One-year-old children’s social competence associated with maternal depression and anxiety
  • Á.A. Kovács & S. Bigazzi
    Through your ancestors’ eyes – early attachment, transgenerational atmosphere, and political identity
  • A. Tedde, E. Castellani, & R. Actis-Grosso
    Distance learning for university students during the Covid-19 pandemic: A thematic analysis

16:00 Coffee break and even numbers Poster Session

17:00 Afternoon talks (session 2) - Chair: Ezia Rizzi - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • M. Klančič & A. Podlesek
    A new multicomponent task to measure cognitive control
  • E. Rizzi, F. Giaquinto, R. Daini, & P. Angelelli
    In the wake of the pandemic. Benefits and makings of remote neuropsychological assessment in ageing
  • M. Ingiardi, M.A. Petilli, F. Gasparini, E. Ludovici, F.C. Reguzzoni, L. Girelli, E. Bricolo, F. Conte, R. Garbo, E. Fersini, & R. Daini
    The time of distance learning: what can re-viewing tell us about sustain attention?

18:00 Business Meeting

19:00 Social dinner

Thursday September 8th 2022

10:00 Symposium: How dark personalities see themselves and others: The Dark Triad and social cognition (part 1) - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • D. Vida, A. Láng, L. Nagy, Z. Bodó-Varga, Á. Putz, A. Czibor, G.V. Csapó, V.M. Kemény, & S.A. Bandi
    "You’re simply the best"? Development and initial validation of the bifactorial Narcissistic Distortion Inventory (NDI)
  • Á. Putz, A. Czibor, G.V. Csapó, V.M. Kemény, D. Vida, S.A. Bandi, & A. Láng
    It’s a matter of trust. The effect of Machiavellianism on economic decisions in a new experimental game
  • G.V. Csapó, A. Láng, Á. Putz, D. Vida, S.A. Bandi, A. Czibor
    Emotional shallowness or emotional depth? – A deeper analysis of the relationship between Machiavellianism and emotional intelligence

11:00 Coffee break and Free Poster Session

12:00 Symposium: How dark personalities see themselves and others: The Dark Triad and social cognition (part 2) - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • Z.P. Szabó, N. Orosz, R. Gulyás, E. Simon, & J.L. Marót
    The popularity of adolescents with high scores in dark triad personality traits: How they are seen by their peers?
  • A. Czibor, S. Kázmér-Mayer, D. Klajkó, G.V. Csapó, B. Bakuretz, N. Fejes
    Gender differences in dark leadership: Corporate position and external evaluation of men and women leaders with dark personality traits
  • S.J. Diller, A. Czibor, E. Jonas
    "Like moths into the fire"? Can dark triad leaders be both threatening and fascinating?

13:00 Lunch break

15:00 Keynote speaker for Hungary - Room: Luisella Sironi U4-8 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • Prof. Ferenc Kocsor
    Misled by affections: A glimpse into the processing of facial stimuli with eye-tracking and reaction time measurements Bio & Abstract

16:00 Coffee break

16:30 Afternoon talks - Chair: TBC - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • D. Glavaš, M. Pandžić, I. Vrselja, & L. Batinić
    How do we stick to Physical Activity: Is intention sufficient?
  • T.C. Kiss, G.Z. Rubovszky, D. Czikora, N. Arató, Z. Demetrovics, & A. Láng
    First experiences with the Hungarian version of the Structured Interview of Personality Organization – Revised (STIPO-R) on a Hungarian clinical sample
  • C. Bali, Z. Fehér, G. Várkonyi, N. Arató, B. Lábadi, & A.N. Zsidó
    Examining the relationship between cognitive flexibility, ICT attitude, and digital competences

17:30 Aperitivo time & Milano sightseeing

Friday September 9th 2022

10:00 Keynote speaker for Austria - in Remote - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

11:00 Morning talks - Chair: TBC - Room: U4-2 - Add to your Google Calendar

  • D. Klajkó, S. Kázmér-Mayer, & A. Czibor
    Leadership style behind protective culture
  • M. Dujmović & P. Valerjev
    Dual or single process conflict resolution
  • M. Skorupski, I. Krejtz, & M. Kornacka
    Validation of the Polish version of Daydreaming Frequency Scale - evidence from psychometric and ecological momentary assessment

12:00 Conference Farewell Address - Add to your Google Calendar

13:00 Lunch

15:00 For those interested: Visit art museums in Milano


  1. B. Arndt, A. Illes, & C. Bali: Preference of meaning and prototypicality: An eye- tracking study
  2. S. Pegoraro, E. Rizzi, S. La Rocca, E. Longo, A. Facchin, & R. Daini: Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on healthy olders’ cognitive functioning and the role of cognitive training as a possible protective factor
  3. M. Rukavina & A. Marinović: Stress and burnout in health care workers during COVID 19 pandemic
  4. T. Kavčič & P. Dolenc: The role of empathy in mental and physical health of nursing and teaching students
  5. N. Kanceljak & D. Ivanec: Subjective and objective measures of placebo treatment in pain perception
  6. F. Őry & N. Meskó: Acceptance of cosmetic surgery among Hungarian women in the light of objectified body consciousness and obsessive- compulsive behaviour
  7. A. Láng & B. Birkás: Two-dimensional Machiavellianism and attachment
  8. F. Balikó, K. Csókási, & M. Pohárnok: The Role of Basic Psychological Needs in Mental Health and Coping with Distance Education
  9. S.Á. Teleki, I. Nagy, & A.N. Zsidó: The role of helplessness and hopelessness in the physical quality of life of female patients with chronic low back pain
  10. M. Puklek Levpušček & T. Glavač: Beliefs about romantic relationships and sexual attitudes among emerging adults: Are they related to actual relationship status and dating app use?
  11. E. Chitti, G. De Capitani, R. Actis-Grosso, P. Ricciardelli, F. Ciardo, A. Baratè, L.A. Ludovico, F. Avanzini, & N.A. Borghese: Development of a Multidimensional Digital Platform as a Support to Emotion Expression for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  12. S.A. Bandi, B. Farkas, A. Láng, D. Vida, Á. Putz, A. Czibor, G. Csapó, & L. Nagy: „You are what you eat” – The mediating role of eating disturbances between narcissism and exercise dependence
  13. K. Csókási, M. Pohárnok, F. Balikó, & A. Láng: Effect of dispositional mindfulness on psychological health
  14. Z.P. Szabó: Nothing could compensate the Hungarian nation's soul for the 20th century"- Collective victim beliefs in the Hungarian context
  15. T. Bereczkei: Machiavellian Intelligence: New evidence on the evolution of manipulation
  16. B. Bakuretz, A. Czibor, & M. Derdák: What makes teachers take the mentor role in a high school mentoring program? Preliminary results of a longitudinal study
  17. I. Taksic: The role of Moral foundations in the prediction of cheating on the exam
  18. E. Csányi, M.D. Veszprémi, K. Tóth, & N. Meskó: Pretending sexual joy: How reasons of faking orgasm in women associate with mate retention, sociosexuality and relationship satisfaction
  19. D. Avanzi, C.M. Succi, & D. Zavagno: Staring and non-staring portraits: the role of pupil highlights
  20. B.L. Kiss, A.N. Zsidó, C. Bali, & B. Birkás: Investigating anticipatory form of attentional biases using the cVPT paradigm for content related to BII phobia
  21. M.K. Srzentić: Segmental reduction of corpus callosum in relation to cognitive performance in adolescents with perinatal brain injury
  22. E. Járdaházi, D. Pintér, N. Kovács, & S. Teleki: The impact of comorbidities on health-related quality of life in patients with Parkinson's disease
  23. F. Paulesu & R. Actis-Grosso: Who wrote this text?
  24. Z. Pukljak, M. Radman, & I. Takšić: Predictive role of personality traits in academic integrity
  25. J. Babic: Differences in psychological, social and health exercise motives of University of Zagreb students with regarding leisuretime physical activity level
  26. S. Mingolo, M. Murgia, T. Agostini, & F. Sors: The role of sound in sport stadiums: are home advantage and referee bias still present in matches behind closed doors?