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# This notebook provides details the ICA19 CSaB conference schedule
# We are pleased to announce:
    # Six sessions
    # One interactive poster session
    # A business meeting
    # Joint reception with Information Systems, Computational Methods, and Game Studies
        # SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2019
        # 6:00pm - Late
        # Madhatter (1319 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036)
        # http://www.madhatterdc.com/

# NB: Sessions are organized in chronological order
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# Import Pandas
import pandas as pd

# Read in ICA schedule CSV - assumes file is in current working directory
data = pd.read_csv('ica_schedule.csv', index_col = 'Session or Event Date')

# Drop irrelevant columns
data = data.drop(['Session or Event Division/Interest Group','Session or Event Type','Session or Event Details','Session or Event End Time','Session or Event Participants/Hosts','Submission or Placeholder Start Time','Submission or Placeholder End Time','Submission Status','Session Submission Sort Order','The Program Report was last updated March 06, 2019 at 12:38 AM EST. To view the most recent meeting schedule online, visit https://ica2019.abstractcentral.com/planner.jsp'],axis=1)

# Rename columns for readability
data = data.rename(columns={'Session or Event Start Time':'Time','Session or Event Title':'Title','Session or Event Location':'Location','Submission or Placeholder Title':'Talk Title','Submission Authors':'Authors'})

# Show entire cell content
pd.set_option('display.max_colwidth', -1)
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# Session Details: The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions
session_one = data[data['Title'].str.contains('The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions')]
session_one
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Title Time Location Talk Title Authors
Session or Event Date
25-May-2019 The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Neural synchrony during reception of real life anti-alcohol health messages M. Imhof*; R. Schmaelzle; B. Renner; H. Schupp
25-May-2019 The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Smokers’ attitudes toward smoking: How self-affirming prior to viewing graphic cigarette warning labels affects explicit and implicit attitudes I. A. Iles*; X. Nan; Z. Ma; J. Butler; R. Feldman; M. Wang
25-May-2019 The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Impressions of HIV risk online: Brain potentials while viewing online dating profiles R. Schmaelzle*; M. Imhof; A. Kenter; B. Renner; H. Schupp
25-May-2019 The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Differentiating between experiential and affective risk perception: An exploratory approach to substantiating the tripartite model Q. Wu*; Y. C. Huang; X. Wang; I. Fong
25-May-2019 The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Is It Painful? Playing Violent Video Games Affects ERP Brain Responses to Painful Pictures E. Miedzobrodzka*; J. C. van Hooff; E. A. Konijn; L. C. Krabbendam
25-May-2019 The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) The coupled brains of captivated audiences: An investigation of the collective brain dynamics of an audience watching a suspenseful film R. Schmaelzle*; C. Grall
25-May-2019 The Biology of Health, Fear, and Risk Perceptions 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Measuring Psychophysiological Effects of Sound and Video in a Suspenseful Film Using Integrated Reception Process Analysis G. Bente*; K. Kryston; M. R. Aley; M. Rheu
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# Session Details: Poster Session
poster_session = data[data['Title'].str.contains('Communication Science and Biology Interactive Poster Session')]
poster_session
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Title Time Location Talk Title Authors
Session or Event Date
25-May-2019 Communication Science and Biology Interactive Poster Session 12:30 PM International Terrace (Interactive Posters) (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level) Stars at giveaway prices? Effects of celebrity, lookalike and avatar endorsers in advertising S. Young-nam*; M. Kim; J. Sng; D. Lee; Y. Jung
25-May-2019 Communication Science and Biology Interactive Poster Session 12:30 PM International Terrace (Interactive Posters) (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level) Celebrity bashing and empathy - intranasal oxytocin administration reduces the acceptance for online celebrity bashing. K. J. Rudnicki*; G. Ouvrein; C. De backer
25-May-2019 Communication Science and Biology Interactive Poster Session 12:30 PM International Terrace (Interactive Posters) (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level) The Effect of Scent and Scent Emission Methods: Implications on Sustained Workers’ Alertness, Vigilance, and Memory When Performing Repetitive Tasks Over a Long Duration M. O. Lwin*; S. Malik; J. Neo
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# Session Details: Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology
session_two = data[data['Title'].str.contains('Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology')]
session_two
Out[5]:
Title Time Location Talk Title Authors
Session or Event Date
26-May-2019 Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology 2:00 PM Oaklawn (Washington Hilton, Lobby Level) Audience Differences in Stigma-Message Effects: Investigating Moderators of the Model of Stigma Communication R. Smith*
26-May-2019 Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology 2:00 PM Oaklawn (Washington Hilton, Lobby Level) Exploring Links Between Testosterone, Benevolent Sexism, and Rape Myth Acceptance K. L. Winkler*; A. Denes; J. P. Crowley; M. Bennett; A. Dhillon; A. L. Ponivas
26-May-2019 Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology 2:00 PM Oaklawn (Washington Hilton, Lobby Level) An Integrated Approach to Female Mate Preferences: Testing Evolved Preferences for Male Displays of Dominance and Altruism in Online Dating Profiles R. G. Matheny*; S. T. Tong
26-May-2019 Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology 2:00 PM Oaklawn (Washington Hilton, Lobby Level) Life History Theory and Individual Variation in Men’s Desire to Appear Muscular A. K. Aune*
26-May-2019 Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology 2:00 PM Oaklawn (Washington Hilton, Lobby Level) Health Status Can be Judged From the Voice, and More Accurately From Mandarin than English A. D. Hansia*; S. Reid
26-May-2019 Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology 2:00 PM Oaklawn (Washington Hilton, Lobby Level) The decisive fine line - a metaanalytic review on biological variables related to sex differences in media selection, use and effects M. T. von Andrian-Werburg*; L. Bierhalter; I. Guehring; B. P. Lange
26-May-2019 Sex, Mating, and Evolution in Media Psychology 2:00 PM Oaklawn (Washington Hilton, Lobby Level) Les Prospérités du vice? A research project about female hardcore pornography preferences M. T. von Andrian-Werburg*; S. Schwarz; B. P. Lange; L. Bierhalter; P. Zahn; F. Schwab
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# Session Details: Biology, Politics, and Morality
session_three = data[data['Title'].str.contains('Biology, Politics, and Morality')]
session_three
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Title Time Location Talk Title Authors
Session or Event Date
27-May-2019 Biology, Politics, and Morality 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Can we decode the polarity of subjective evaluative reactions from fMRI data? Not yet. R. Schmaelzle*; C. Grall
27-May-2019 Biology, Politics, and Morality 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Inferring the speech envelope from EEG data during listening. What’s in it for Communication Neuroscience? R. Schmaelzle*
27-May-2019 Biology, Politics, and Morality 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Hot or not: The physiological responses to political communication B. Bakker*; G. Schumacher; M. Rooduijn
27-May-2019 Biology, Politics, and Morality 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Ideological differences in negativity biases? Two replications of the association between negativity biases and ideology B. Bakker*; K. Arceneaux
27-May-2019 Biology, Politics, and Morality 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Toward an Integrative Model of Communication as Creating Understanding R. K. Aune*; J. Gasiorek
27-May-2019 Biology, Politics, and Morality 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Revisiting the Moral Foundations-Affect Misattribution Procedure (MF-AMP): An Extended, Open-Source Tool for Measuring the Accessibility of Moral Intuitions F. R. Hopp*; J. T. Fisher; S. Prabhu; D. Cornell; R. Tamborini; R. Weber
27-May-2019 Biology, Politics, and Morality 9:30 AM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Neural correlates of political efficacy: Brain activity in response to civic information associated with political efficacy P. Pandey*
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# Session Details: Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology
session_four = data[data['Title'].str.contains('Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology')]
session_four
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Title Time Location Talk Title Authors
Session or Event Date
27-May-2019 Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology 2:00 PM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Changes in an Individual’s Approach System Activation and Defense System Activation \r\nover the Lifespan J. R. Keene*; K. Barley; C. J. Najera; C. K. Berke
27-May-2019 Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology 2:00 PM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) An experimental study of the relationship between emotional flow, physiological indicators, and self-reported outcomes A. Ort*; P. E. Siegenthaler; A. Fahr
27-May-2019 Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology 2:00 PM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) All Load is Not Equal: Disentangling the Roles of Reward and Process Type on Resource Allocation in an Interactive Task J. T. Fisher*; F. R. Hopp; R. Weber
27-May-2019 Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology 2:00 PM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Brain Network Topology and Dynamics in ADHD Individuals During Video Game Play J. T. Fisher*; F. R. Hopp; C. Lonergan; R. Weber
27-May-2019 Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology 2:00 PM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) The effect of pre-sleep social media consumption and relaxation on memory consolidation S. L. Combertaldi*; A. Fahr; B. Rasch
27-May-2019 Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology 2:00 PM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) The Television Use of Owls and Larks, \r\nChronotype as a chronobiological predictor of media use, a Three Study Exploration J. Van den Bulck*; L. Exelmans
27-May-2019 Foundations of Media Effects in Communication Science and Biology 2:00 PM Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) What’s in a name? Tracing the conceptualization of narratives in communication science E. Pelzer*; B. O. Turner; D. Castro
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# Session Details: Best Practices in Training and Mentoring New Graduate Students and Research Assistants on Practical Replication and Data Sharing Issues
session_five = data[data['Title'].str.contains('Best Practices in Training and Mentoring New Graduate Students and Research Assistants on Practical Replication and Data Sharing Issues')]
session_five
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Title Time Location Talk Title Authors
Session or Event Date
27-May-2019 Best Practices in Training and Mentoring New Graduate Students and Research Assistants on Practical Replication and Data Sharing Issues 3:30 PM Georgetown East (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) PANEL: Best practices in training and mentoring new graduate students and research assistants on practical replication and data sharing issues. NaN
27-May-2019 Best Practices in Training and Mentoring New Graduate Students and Research Assistants on Practical Replication and Data Sharing Issues 3:30 PM Georgetown East (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Flow Dynamics During Naturalistic Gameplay: Results from Two Behavioral and one fMRI Studies R. Huskey*; J. R. Keene; S. Wilcox; R. B. Adams; C. J. Najera; N. Petit
27-May-2019 Best Practices in Training and Mentoring New Graduate Students and Research Assistants on Practical Replication and Data Sharing Issues 3:30 PM Georgetown East (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Embodied Processing of Emotional Content in Traffic Safety Videos M. Howell*; P. Bolls
27-May-2019 Best Practices in Training and Mentoring New Graduate Students and Research Assistants on Practical Replication and Data Sharing Issues 3:30 PM Georgetown East (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Encouraging Content Sharing Irrespective of Content Characteristics: \r\nA Neuroscientifically Informed Intervention to Enhance the Social Diffusion of News C. Scholz*
27-May-2019 Best Practices in Training and Mentoring New Graduate Students and Research Assistants on Practical Replication and Data Sharing Issues 3:30 PM Georgetown East (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) Is Fear of God’s Wrath Good for Society? Correlation between Religious Belief, Fear, and Stress C. Chang*
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# Session Details: Business Meeting
business_meeting = data[data['Title'].str.contains('Communication Science and Biology Business Meeting')]
business_meeting
Out[9]:
Title Time Location Talk Title Authors
Session or Event Date
27-May-2019 Communication Science and Biology Business Meeting 5:00 PM Georgetown East (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level) NaN NaN
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# Session Details: The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks
session_six = data[data['Title'].str.contains('The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks')]
session_six
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Title Time Location Talk Title Authors
Session or Event Date
28-May-2019 The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks 8:00 AM Van Ness (Washington Hilton, First Floor) Information virality is reflected in a distributed neural representation of value B. P. Dore*; C. Scholz; E. C. Baek; E. B. Falk
28-May-2019 The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks 8:00 AM Van Ness (Washington Hilton, First Floor) The motivated processing of mediated social appeals: Empirical evidence and conceptual model L. Samson*
28-May-2019 The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks 8:00 AM Van Ness (Washington Hilton, First Floor) Neural correlates of social norms C. N. Cascio*; X. Wang; M. B. O'Donnell; E. B. Falk
28-May-2019 The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks 8:00 AM Van Ness (Washington Hilton, First Floor) Are neural mechanisms associated with social feedback and conformity different among teens and young adults? C. N. Cascio*; R. Pei; E. B. Falk
28-May-2019 The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks 8:00 AM Van Ness (Washington Hilton, First Floor) Response Inhibition in Adolescents is Moderated by Brain Connectivity and Social Network Structure S. Tompson*; E. B. Falk; M. B. O'Donnell; C. N. Cascio; J. Bayer; J. Vettel; D. S. Bassett
28-May-2019 The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks 8:00 AM Van Ness (Washington Hilton, First Floor) Neural activity during risky decision making reflects online social network clustering structure R. Pei*; N. Lauharatanahirun; C. N. Cascio; M. B. O'Donnell; J. Vettel; E. B. Falk
28-May-2019 The Social Life of the Brain: Norms and Networks 8:00 AM Van Ness (Washington Hilton, First Floor) Social influence shapes neurobehavioral correlates of risky driving performance N. Lauharatanahirun*; J. Garcia; N. Wasylyshyn; H. Roy; M. O'Donnell; R. Fernandez; T. Johnson; J. Metcalfe; E. B. Falk; J. Vettel