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Ma Breones-Callejas, Carmen
What's Your Definition of Synaesthesia: A Matter of Language or Thought? (page 337)

MacDorman, Karl F.
Assessing Human Likeness by Eye Contact in an Android Testbed (page 1373)

Maddox, W. Todd
Stimulus Generalization in Category Learning (page 1066)

Magliano, Joseph P.
The Influence of Reading Skill on the Given-New Strategy (page 2562)

Magnani, Lorenzo
Generating Explanatory Hypotheses: Mind, Computer, Brain, and World (page 33)

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Magnuson, James S.
Interaction in Spoken Word Recognition Models: Feedback Helps (page 1379)
jTRACE: A Reimplementation and Extension of the TRACE Model of Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition (page 2086)

Maguire, Phil
Turnip Soup: Head Noun Influence on the Comprehension of Noun-Noun Combinations (page 1385)

Mahdavi, Niloufar
Modeling the Relationship between Strategies, Abilities and Skilled Performance (page 145)

Maibom, Heidi Lene
Do We Need Empathy for Moral Motivation? (page 2520)

Mainieri, Alessandra Ghinato
Educational System Based on Cognitive Styles and/or Learning Styles? (page 1361)

Mak, Benise S. K.
Peer Imitation in 4-year-old Children: Rational or Irrational? (page 2521)

Makany, Tamas
Spatial Exploration Patterns and Navigation Efficiency (page 2522)

Mancini, Francesco
Decision Under Uncertainty and Moral Emotions (page 750)

Mancy, Rebecca
Implicit Learning and Computer Programming (page 2523)

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Mandin, Sonia
Computational Cognitive Models of Summarization Assessment Skills (page 1266)

Mandler, Jean
Solutions to Fodor's Puzzle of Concept Acquisition (page 12)

Mannetti, Lucia
Epistemic Motivation and Groups' Reaction to Change: Effects of Need for Cognitive Closure on Norms Transmissions in a Laboratory Micro-Culture (page 1308)

Mäntylä, Timo
Time Monitoring and Cognitive Control in Children and Adults (page 36)

Mao, Wenji
Mitigation Theory: An Integrated Approach (page 1407)

Mappus IV, Rudolph L.
Spotting Differences: How Qualitative Asymmetries Influence Visual Search (page 1395)

Marendaz, Christian
How Diagnostic are Spatial Frequencies for Fear Recognition? (page 1501)

Mareschal, Denis
The Time Course of Routine Action (page 1889)

Marewski, Julian
Don't Vote Against the Recognition Heuristic (page 2524)

Margolis, Eric
Solutions to Fodor's Puzzle of Concept Acquisition (page 12)

Marian, Viorica
Covert Bilingual Language Activation through Cognate Word Processing: An Eye-tracking Study (page 286)

Mariotti, Francesco
A Biologically Inspired Visuo-Motor Control Model based on a Deflationary Interpretation of Mirror Neurons (page 1779)

Markman, Arthur B.
Are Abstract Concepts Structured via More Concrete Concepts? (page 2467)

Markman, Arthur M.
Fluency in Similarity Judgements (page 280)

Marsella, Stacy
Mitigation Theory: An Integrated Approach (page 1407)

Marsh, Jessecae K.
Determinants of Feature Centrality in Clinicians' Concepts of Mental Disorders (page 67)

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Martin, Bridgette A.
Taking the Actor's Perspective Enhances Action Understanding and Learning (page 1401)
Perspective-Taking: A Helping Hand in Action Understanding and Learning (page 2517)
Everyday Event Perception Reads Like a Book (page 2525)

Martinovski, Bilyana
Mitigation Theory: An Integrated Approach (page 1407)

Marton, Klara
The Effect of Age and Language Structure on Working Memory Performance (page 1413)

Masante, Donatella
Anorexic Subjects Underestimate the Amount of Food (page 1762)

Mason, Winter A.
Propagation of Innovations in Networked Groups (page 1419)

Mast, Fred W.
Developmental Changes in the Interference of Motor Processes with Mental Rotation (page 720)

Mata, Rui
On the Interplay between Heuristic and Systematic Processes in Persuasion (page 1833)
Combining the Adaptive Toolbox and Connectionist Frameworks: An Approach to Decision Making and Aging (page 2526)

Matheny, Jenna
The Effects of Scene Category and Content on Boundary Extension (page 744)

Mathews, Robert
Modeling Meta-Cognition in a Cognitive Architecture (page 2104)

Matlock, Teenie
Even the Most Abstract Motion Influences Temporal Understanding (page 2527)

Matsuda, Ken
Scene Typicality Influences Long-Term Effects of Mere Exposure (page 2528)

Matsuka, Toshihiko
Representing Categorical Knowledge: A fMRI Study (page 1425)
Attention Augmented Prototype Representation (page 2529)

Mauro, Daniel G.
Using Music to Tap into a Universal Neural Grammar (page 1431)

Mayberrry, III, Marshall R.
A Connectionist Model of Sentence Comprehension in Visual Worlds (page 1437)

Maye, Alexander
Frames, Coherency Chains and Hierarchical Binding: The Cortical Implementation of Complex Concepts (page 2347)

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Mazlack, Lawrence J.
Toward Computational Recognition of Humorous Intent (page 2166)

McCabe, Rosemarie
What Do You Think I Think? Theory of Mind and Schizophrenia (page 1443)

McCarthy, Philip M.
Using LSA to Automatically Identify Givenness and Newness of Noun Phrases in Written Discourse (page 941)

McClelland, James
Cognitive Psychopathology (page 21)

McClelland, James L.
Organization and Emergence of Semantic Knowledge: A Parallel-Distributed Processing Approach (page 3)
Solutions to Fodor's Puzzle of Concept Acquisition (page 12)
Experience Dependence and Graded Organization of Semantic Representations: A Model of Association and Dissociation of Deficits in Semantic Dementia (page 2470)
Can F3 be Used to Teach Japanese Adults /r/ and /I/? (page 2494)

McCloy, Rachel
Problem-Structure and Format in Training Conditional and Cumulative Risk Judgments (page 1449)

McEleney, Alice
Interpretations of Conditional and Causal Statements (page 1455)

McGregor, Stuart
Probability and Contiguity Trade-Offs in Causal Induction (page 360)

McLaren, I. P. L.
Discrimination and Generalization in Pattern Categorization: A Case for Elemental Associative Learning (page 1296)
Spatial Variability and Peak Shift: A Challenge for Elemental Associative Learning? (page 1302)
The Associability Theory vs. The Strategic Re-Coding Theory: The Reverse Transfer Along a Continuum Effect in Human Discrimination Learning (page 2128)

McLaren, R. P.
The Associability Theory vs. The Strategic Re-Coding Theory: The Reverse Transfer Along a Continuum Effect in Human Discrimination Learning (page 2128)

McNamara, Danielle S.
Using LSA to Automatically Identify Givenness and Newness of Noun Phrases in Written Discourse (page 941)
Effect of Text Cohesion on Comprehension of Biology Texts (page 1696)
The Influence of Reading Skill on the Given-New Strategy (page 2562)

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McRae, Ken
Expectancy for the Morphological Form of Verbs During Semantic Priming (page 654)

Meder, Björn
Doing After Seeing (page 1461)

Medin, Douglas L.
Culture and Mind: Cultural Models in Cognition (page 23)
The Effects of Naming Practices on Children's Understanding of Living Things (page 139)

Meehan, Julie E.
The Temporal Order Effect in Children's Counterfactual Thinking (page 1467)

Meilinger, Tobias
Wayfinding with Maps and Verbal Directions (page 1473)

Meini, Cristina
A Bottom-Up Approach to Concept Possession (page 1479)

Melcher, David
Accumulation of Visual Memory for Natural Scenes: A Medium-Term Memory? (page 1485)

Melinger, Alissa
Evaluating the Relationships Instantiated by Semantic Associates of Verbs (page 1489)

Mercier, Hugo
The Source of Beliefs in Conflicting and Non Conflicting Situations (page 1495)

Mermillod, Martial
How Diagnostic are Spatial Frequencies for Fear Recognition? (page 1501)

Meunier, Fanny
Access to Phonological and Gender Information during Visual Word Recognition (page 441)

Meunier, Fanny
Cognitive Reconstruction of Reversed Speech in French (page 803)

Meunier, Fanny
The Morpheme Gender Effect: An Evidence for Decomposition (page 1507)

Meunier, Fanny
Does Gender Information Influence Early Phases of Spoken Word Recognition? (page 2056)

Mihalcea, Rada
Computational Laughing: Automatic Recognition of Humorous One-Liners (page 1513)

Miikkulainen, Risto
A Subsymbolic Model of Complex Story Understanding (page 660)

Millis, Keith K.
The Influence of Reading Skill on the Given-New Strategy (page 2562)

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Minarik, Jennifer L.
Spatial Anxiety, Strategies, and Direction Type Affect Wayfinding Efficiency (page 2493)

Minato, Takashi
Assessing Human Likeness by Eye Contact in an Android Testbed (page 1373)

Minda, Jean Paul
Function Learning with an Ensemble of Linear Experts and Off-The-Shelf Category-Learning Models (page 905)

Mitchell, Chris
Imaging Low Probability Events: Contrasting Exemplar Cuing and Frequency Format Accounts (page 1630)

Miwa, Kazuhisa
A Cognitive Simulator for Tutoring Causal Relation between Mental Operations and Behavior (page 1519)

Miwa, Kazuhisa
Expertise in Interactions of Perceptual and Conceptual Processing (page 1541)

Miyake, Maki
Statistical Natural Language Processing Method for Variant Texts Segmentation (page 2530)

Miyake, Naomi
The Dynamic Jigsaw: Repeated Explanation Support for Collaborative Learning of Cognitive Science (page 40)

Mol, Lisette
Reflective Cognition as a Secondary Task (page 1525)

Moll, Henrike
Origins of Mindreading Abilities in Children and Monkeys (page 24)

Molz, Kurt
Educational System Based on Cognitive Styles and/or Learning Styles? (page 1391)

Monaci, Maria Grazia
Frame Effects in Persuasive Messages Against Smoking (page 2162)

Monaghan, Padraic
Levels of Representation in Language Development (page 1531)
Categorizing Grammar: Differential Effects of Preceding and Succeeding Contextual Cues (page 1913)

Moreno-Rios, Sergio
Integrating and Evaluating Graphic Premises On-line (page 1537)

Morganti, Francesca
A Situated Cognition Perspective on Presence (page 384)

Mori, Kensaku
Expertise in Interactions of Perceptual and Conceptual Processing (page 1541)

Morita, Junya
Expertise in Interactions of Perceptual and Conceptual Processing (page 1541)

Mueller, Sabine Ch.
Cognitive Simulation in Computer-Supported Idea Generation (page 2531)

Mühl, Christian
A Vanishing Sex Difference in the Virtual Morris Water Task (page 1547)

Munnich, Edward L.
The Longevities of Policy-Shifts and Memories Due to Single Feedback Numbers (page 1553)

Munro, Paul
A Connectionist Implementation of Identical Elements (page 1559)

Murai, Hajime
A Network Analysis of Hermeneutic Documents Based on Bible Citations (page 1565)

Murakami, Hiroyuki
Low Frequency Waves on EEG Recordings during Stimuli of Smells (page 2532)

Murohashi, Harumitsu
Improving Skills of Addition and Subtraction Involving Negative Numbers Based on Cognitive Task Analysis and Assessment of Mental Representations of Negative Numbers: A Case Study of a Seventh-Grade Student (page 2172)

Murray, M. Aisling
Attention and Working Memory in Insight Problem-Solving (page 1571)

Murre, Jaap M. J.
Predicting Experimental Similarity Ratings and Recognition Rates for Individual Natural Stimuli with the NIM Model (page 1225)

Musca, Serban C.
Creating False Memories in Humans with an Artificial Neural Network: Implications for Theories of Memory Consolidation (page 1576)
A non-Bayesian Account of the "Causal Reasoning" in Sobel, Tenenbaum & Gopnik (2004) (page 1582)

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Nakagawa, Masanori
Computational Models of Inductive Reasoning and Their Psychological Examination: Towards an Induction-Based Search-Engine (page 1907)
Statistical Natural Language Processing Method for Variant Texts Segmentation (page 2530)

Nakamoto, Keiko
Topic and Vehicle Play Different Roles in Processing of Metaphor: Activation and Inhibition of Semantic Features of Constituent Terms (page 1588)

Nakazawa, Daisuke
A Cognitive Simulator for Tutoring Causal Relation between Mental Operations and Behavior (page 1519)

Navarro, Daniel J.
Modeling Individual Differences with Dirichlet Processes (page 1594)
Learned Categorical Perception for Natural Faces (page 1600)

Naveh, Isaac
A Cognitively Based Simulation of Simple Organizations (page 2098)

Nawa, Norberto Eiji
How Does the Presence of a Social Other Affect the Perception of Emotions? A Preliminary Report (page 2533)

Nebel, Bernhard
A Computational Model for Spatial Reasoning with Mental Models (page 1797)

Negishi, Hidenari
Change of Mental Representation with the Expertise of Mental Abacus (page 1606)

Neilens, Helen L.
Dual Processes and Training in Statistical Principles (page 1612)

Nellen, Stefani
Smart Sampling without Reinforcement (page 1618)

Nersessian, Nancy J.
Design Problem Solving with Conceptual Diagrams (page 600)

Neumann, Ewald
Invariant Effects of Working Memory Load in the Face of Competition (page 1624)

Newcombe, Nora S.
An Adaptive Combination Approach to Spatial Representation: Using Geometric and Featural Spatial Information (page 41)
Human Spatial Reorientation using Dual Task Paradigms (page 1809)

Newell, Ben R.
Intervention in Multiple-Cue Judgment: Not Always for the Better (page 636)
Imaging Low Probability Events: Contrasting Exemplar Cuing and Frequency Format Accounts (page 1630)

Newstead, Stephen
Grounding Natural Language Quantifiers in Visual Attention (page 506)
Dual Processes and Training in Statistical Principles (page 1612)

Nguyen, Nam H.
Owls and Wading Birds: Generalization Gradients in Expertise (page 1636)

Nicoletti, Roberto
Visual Hand Primes and Manipulable Objects (page 322)
Is There Any Difference Between the Spatial Response Code Elicited by Bilateral Symmetrical Biological and Non-Biological Stimuli? (page 1845)

Nikkerud, Hannah
Learned Categorical Perception for Natural Faces (page 1600)

Nilsson, Håkan
Categorization vs. Inference: Shift in Attention or in Representation? (page 1642)

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Niyogi, Sourabh
Solutions to Fodor's Puzzle of Concept Acquisition (page 12)
Aspects of the Logical Structure of Conceptual Analysis (page 1648)
The Universal Theory Model of Concepts and the Dissolution of the Puzzle of Concept Acquisition (page 1654)

Noelle, David C.
The Role of Neurocomputational Principles in Skill Savings (page 863)
Impaired Cognitive Flexibility and Intact Cognitive Control in Autism: A Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Approach (page 1190)
A Biologically Inspired Working Memory Framework for Robots (page 1750)

Nokes, Timothy J.
An Investigation into Adaptive Shifting in Knowledge Transfer (page 1660)

Nowson, Scott
Weblogs, Genres, and Individual Differences (page 1666)

Nückles, Matthias
What Happens When Experts Over- or Underestimate a Layperson's Knowledge in Communication? Effects on Learning and Question Asking (page 2365)

Oaksford, Mike
How Convinced Should We Be by Negative Evidence? (page 887)

Oberlander, Jon
Weblogs, Genres, and Individual Differences (page 1666)

Obermayer, Klaus
Attention Driven Memory (page 845)

O'Connor, Robert M.
A Neurobehaviorally Inspired ACT-R Model of Sleep Deprivation: Decreased Performance in Psychomotor Vigilance (page 857)

O'Hanlon, Catherine
Learning in Context: Attention and Effects of Linguistic Contrast on Preschoolers' Comprehension of Color Terms (page 2534)

Ohlsson, Stellan
Training Produces Suboptimal Adaptation to Redundant Instrument Failure in a Simulated Human-Machine Interface (page 2416)

Olney, Andrew
When is Reading Just as Effective as One-on-One Interactive Human Tutoring? (page 2259)

Olsson, Anna-Carin
Non-linear Multiple-Cue Judgment Tasks (page 1672)

Olsson, Henrik
Intervention in Multiple-Cue Judgment: Not Always for the Better (page 636)
Categorization vs. Inference: Shift in Attention or in Representation? (page 1642)

Onnis, Luca
New Beginnings and Happy Endings: Psychological Plausibility in Computational Models of Language Acquisition (page 1678)

Ons, Bart
A Varying Abstraction Model for Categorization (page 2277)

Opfer, John E.
Microgenetic Changes in Representations of Numerical Magnitude (page 1684)
Everyday Constraints on Learning: Children's and Adult's Development of the Major/Minor Distinction (page 2184)

Opwis, Klaus
On the Interplay between Heuristic and Systematic Processes in Persuasion (page 1833)

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Osman, Magda
Practice Doesn't Always Make Perfect: Goal Induced Decrements in the Accuracy of Action- and Observation-based Problem Solving (page 1690)

Ostma, Eric O.
Predicting Experimental Similarity Ratings and Recognition Rates for Individual Natural Stimuli with the NIM Model (page 1225)

Otto, Philip
The Cognitive Science of Saving: Individual Financial Structures as Tools for Self-Control (page 2535)
An Explanation of Decoy Effects without Assuming Numerical Attributes (page 2542)

Oztuzzi, Roberto
Anorexic Subjects Underestimate the Amount of Food (page 1762)

Ozuru, Yasuhiro
Effect of Text Cohesion on Comprehension of Biology Texts (page 1696)

Packard, Stephanie
Speed of Processing Effects on Spoken Idiom Comprehension (page 378)

Padovani, Roberto
Speed of Processing Effects on Spoken Idiom Comprehension (page 372)

Palmonari, Marco
The Mediating Role of Artefacts in Deductive Reasoning (page 1862)

Pani, John R.
Visual Cognition in Microscopy (page 1702)

Pannasch, Sebastian
Two Visual Systems and Their Eye Movements: Evidence from Static and Dynamic Scene Perception (page 2283)

Papafragou, Anna
Language and Cognition (page 26)
Spatial Reasoning Skills in Tenejapan Mayans (page 1272)

Papagno, Costanza
Ambiguous Idioms Understanding in Italian Aphasic Patients (page 1708)

Paradowski, Michael J.
Individual and Group Decision-Making on an Optimal Stopping Problem (page 2536)

Parisi, Domenico
Objects and Affordances: An Artificial Life Simulation (page 2212)

Parisi, Julie A.
A Communicability Test for Evaluating Team Communication (page 2537)

Pasztor, Ana
On People's Incorrect Either-Or Patterns in Negating Quantified Statements: A Study (page 1714)
People's Negation Behavior: The Power of Content (page 2440)

Paternoster, Alfredo
A Bottom-Up Approach to Concept Possession (page 1479)

Paulesu, Eraldo
Looking at the Mind through the Lens of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Chances and Challenges (page 32)

Pauw, Brian
Toward Modeling Contextual Information in Web Navigation (page 1078)

Payton, Teresa
Representational Effects in a Rule Discovery Task (page 2236)

Pearson, L. S.
Spatial Variability and Peak Shift: A Challenge for Elemental Associative Learning? (page 1302)

Pei, Yu-Cheng
Auditory-Motor Facilitation by the Auditory Context of Music or Rhythm (page 2538)

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Pellegrino, Francois
Cognitive Reconstruction of Reversed Speech in French (page 803)

Penney, Andrea Krüsi
Representational Effects in a Rule Discovery Task (page 2236)

Perfors, Amy
Modeling the Acquisition of Domain Structure and Feature Understanding (page 1720)

Peshkin, Leonid
A Bayesian Model for Recursive Recovery of Syntactic Dependencies (page 1931)

Pesonen, Mirka
Memory Load Reflected by 1-30 Hz Brain Oscillatory Responses (page 2539)

Petersson, Karl Magnus
Syntactic Classification of Acquired Structural Regularities (page 696)
Artificial Grammar Learning and Neural Networks (page 1726)

Petra, Laura
A Dynamic Approach to the Co-Construction of Autobiographical Memory: Insights from Dyadic Conversations about the Past (page 1732)

Pezzulo, Giovanni
Distributed Representations and "Flexible" Modularity in Hybrid Architectures (page 1738)

Phaf, R. Hans
Privileged Processing of Low Spatial Frequencies in Emotional Faces? (page 1744)

Phillips, Joshua L.
A Biologically Inspired Working Memory Framework for Robots (page 1750)

Phillips, Matthew
A Conceptual Complexity Account of Theory of Mind Development (page 1756)

Phillips, Peter
Eye-Movements and Reasoning: Evidence for Relevance Effects and Rationalisation Processes in Deontic Selection Tasks (page 196)

Pia, Lorenzo
Emotional Faces Modulate Spatial Neglect: Evidence from Line Bisection (page 2151)

Pickering, Martin
Priming the Interpretation of Noun Compounds: Evidence Against Relation-Based Models (page 2543)

Pierce, Devin
Perceiving and Describing Event Temporal Dynamics (page 1349)

Pieroni, Laura
Memory for Object Location: A Span Study in Children (page 408)

Pierro, Antonio
Epistemic Motivation and Groups' Reaction to Change: Effects of Need for Cognitive Closure on Norms Transmissions in a Laboratory Micro-Culture (page 1308)

Pietarinen, Ahti-Veikko
Relevance Theory through Pragmatic Theories of Meaning (page 1767)

Pietruska, Karin
Brain Processes of Relating a Statement to a Previously Read Text: Memory Resonance and Situational Constructions (page 1949)

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Pinales, José Ruiz
Cursive Word Recognition by Using a Reading Model (page 2540)

Pincombe, Brandon
An Empirical Evaluation of Models of Text Document Similarity (page 1254)

Pine, Julian
Simulating the Cross-Linguistic Development of Optional Infinitive Errors in MOSAIC (page 702)
Simulating Optional Infinitive Errors in Child Speech through the Omission of Sentence-Internal Elements (page 708)

Pinker, Steven
Semantic, Phonological, and Lexical Influences on Regular and Irregular Inflection (page 1001)

Pironti, Marco
Cooperative Learning and Teaching in a Simulated Environment: A Research Project in Progress (page 2456)

Pirri, Fiora
The Usual Objects: A First Draft on Decomposing and Reassembling Familiar Objects Images (page 1773)

Plassmann, Hilke
Neuroeconomics and the Social Brain (page 34)

Plunkett, Kim
An Unsupervised Connectionist Modelling of Young Infants' Categorisation Processes (page 2491)

Poesio, Massimo
Concept Learning and Categorization from the Web (page 103)

Pomplun, Marc
Simulating the Fröhlich Effect of Motion Misperception as a Result of Top-Down Attentional Modulation in the Visual System (page 390)
Voluntary versus Involuntary Perceptual Switching: Mechanistic Differences in Viewing an Ambiguous Figure (page 2218)

Pozzato, Marita
Anorexic Subjects Underestimate the Amount of Food (page 1762)

Preece Stucky, Amy
Grounding Scientific Inquiry and Knowledge in Situated Cognition (page 310)

Prevete, Roberto
A Biologically Inspired Visuo-Motor Control Model based on a Deflationary Interpretation of Mirror Neurons (page 1779)

Proctor, Caroline C.
Causes Have Greater Inductive Potency than Effects (page 2541)

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