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CogSci 2006

The 28th Annual Conference 

of the Cognitive Science Society 

Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada        July 26-29, 2006

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Fadardi, Javad    (Return to Top)

How Do Cognitive Processes Support Over-eating? (page 2589)


Fang, Shin-Yi

Implicit Learning and Lexical Development (page 2475)


Fangmeier, Thomas

Complexity in Spatial Reasoning (page 1986)


Farkas, Igor

Recurrent Networks and Natural Language: Exploiting Self-organization (page 1275)


Farmer, Thomas A.

Streaming x, y Coordinates Imply Continuous Interaction During On-line Syntactic Processing (page 208)


Fausey, Caitlin M.

The Verb Mutability Effect: Noun and Verb Semantics in English and Japanese (page 214)

Linguistic Contributions to Reasoning about Causal Agents (page 2477)


Feeney, Aidan

Dual Processes, Development, and Scalar Implicature (page 774)

Induction in Children and Adults (page 888)


Feldman, Jacob

Exploring Mind and World: A Symposium in Honor of Roger N. Shepard (page 3)

Subjective Complexity of Categories Defined over Three-Valued Features (page 961)

Conceptual Complexity and the Bias-Variance Tradeoff (page 1038)


Feldman, Laurie Beth

Orthographic Neighborhood Size Interacts with Morphological Processing (page 2478)


Fell, Ronald D.

Visual Search in Microscopy Implies High-Level Cognition (page 1920)


Feng, Gary     (Return to Top)

What If Chinese Had Linguistic Markers for Counterfactual Conditionals? Language and Thought Revisited (page 1281)

From Symbols to Symbol System: Pre-reading Children's Understanding of Basic Principles of Writing Systems (page 2521)


Fenk, August

Word Classes and Word Order (page 2479)

Speech Rhythm and Speech Rate in Crosslinguistic Comparison (page 2480)


Fenk-Oczlon, Gertraud

Word Classes and Word Order (page 2479)

Speech Rhythm and Speech Rate in Crosslinguistic Comparison (page 2480)


Fernbach, Philip M.

Sampling Assumptions and the Size Principle in Property Induction (page 1287)


Ferreira, Mário A. B.

DREAM and False Memories of Personality: The stuff that impressions are made of (page 250)


Ferreira, Mário B.

Automatic and Controlled Components of Judgment under Uncertainty (page 1293)


Ferreira, Mário

Collaborative Impression Formation and Recall of Impression-relevant Information (page 1358)


Ferres, Leo

Impact of External Representation and Task on Graph Comprehension (page 1932)


Ferretti, Todd R.

The Influence of Explicit Markers on Slow Cortical Potentials During Figurative Language Processing (page 768)

Context-Independent Influence of Explicit Markers on Proverb Interpretation (page 2481)


Fias, Wim

Learning an Ordered Series: An fMRI Study (page 2621)


Finley, Sara

Feature-based Generalization and Artificial Language Learning (page 2482)


Finn, Amy S.     (Return to Top)

Use of Word Segmentation Cues in Adults: L1 Phonotactics versus L2 Transitional Probabilities (page 1299)


Fischer, Sebastian

Effects of Presentation Speed of a Dynamic Visualization on the Understanding of a Mechancial System (page 1305)


Fiser, József

Learning Objects by Learning Models: Finding Independent Causes and Preferring Simplicity (page 645)


Fisher, Anna V.

Flexible Attention to Labels and Appearances in Early Induction (page 220)


Fisher, Cynthia

"That Sounds Unlikely": Syntactic Probabilities Affect Pronunciation (page 1334)

Automatic Classification of Transitivity Alternations in Child-Directed Speech (page 2129)


Flecha-García, María L.

Eyebrow Raising, Discourse Structure, and Utterance Function in Face-to-face Dialogue (page 1311)


Fleischhauer, Jens

The Cognitive Accessibility of Synaesthetic Metaphors (page 2365)


Fleischman, Michael

The Human Speechome Project (page 2059)


Foltz, Peter W.

Automated Team Discourse Modeling: Test of Performance and Generalization (page 1317)


Fook Kee, Chua     (Return to Top)

Object Substitution Masking: When does Mask Preview work? (page 1687)


Forbus, Kenneth

Automatic Categorization of Spatial Prepositions (page 1705)

Simulating Time-Course Phenomena in Perceptual Similarity via Incremental Encoding (page 1723)

Building and Evaluating Models of Human-Level Intelligence (page 2656)


Forrester, Neil

Computational Modeling of Variability in the Conservation Task (page 2010)

What is Modularity Good For? (page 2240)


Françozo, Edson

Lexicon and Syntax in a Bilingual Connectionist Network (page 2021)

Thematic Representation in Simple Recurrent Networks (page 2483)


Frank, Stefan L.

Robust Semantic Systematicity and Distributed Representations in a Connectionist Model of Sentence Comprehension (page 226)


Frank, Ray J.

A Model of Dopamine and Uncertainty Using Temporal Difference (page 2257)

How Do Computational Models of the Role of Dopamine as a Reward Prediction Error Map on to Current Dopamine Theories of Schizophrenia? (page 2263)


Frank, Michael C.

Integrating Linguistic and Referential Cues Into Probabilistic Models of Word Learning (page 2484)


Franklin, Stan

Realizing Forgetting in a Modified Sparse Distributed Memory System (page 1992)


French, Robert M.

Asymmetric Categorization in the Sequential Auditory Domain (page 1210)

Modeling Mate-Choice using Computational Temperature and Dynamically Evolving Representations (page 1323)


Freudenthal, Daniel

Unifying Cross-linguistic and Within-language Patterns of Finiteness Marking in MOSAIC (page 232)


Frosch, Caren A.     (Return to Top)

The Revision of Beliefs about Causes and Enabling Conditions (page 1329)

Priming Causal Conditionals (page 2485)


Fu, Wai-Tat

Solving the Credit Assignment Problem: The Interaction of Explicit and Implicit Learning with Internal and External State Information (page 238)

Learning to Control Dynamic Systems: Information Utilization and Future Planning (page 244)


Fum, Danilo

Memory and Emotion in the Gambling Task: The Case for Dissociable Functions (page 2192)


Gahl, Susanne     (Return to Top)

"That Sounds Unlikely": Syntactic Probabilities Affect Pronunciation (page 1334)


Gaitanis, Kosta

Plan Recognition Using Multimodal Integration (page 2627)


Galbraith, David

Effects of Writing on Conceptual Coherence (page 1340)


Galli, Cristina

Concepts of Emotion and Dimensional Ratings of Italian Emotion Words in Pre-adolescents (page 2486)


Gamard, Stéphane

Tetris as a Task Environment for Research in Dynamic Decision Making, Attention, Categorization, and Cognitive Modeling (page 2637)


Garcia, Ricardo Basso

Lexicon and Syntax in a Bilingual Connectionist Network (page 2021)

Thematic Representation in Simple Recurrent Networks (page 2483)


Garcia, Vashti

Probabilistic Reasoning in Preschoolers: Random Sampling and Base Rate (page 1216)


Garcia-Marques, Leonel

DREAM and False Memories of Personality: The stuff that impressions are made of (page 250)

Stereotypes: From an illusory stability to an illusory belief account (page 732)


Garcia-Marques, Leonel

Memory for Serial Order in Social Cognition: Does Order Matter When We Are Forming Impressions About Strangers? (page 1151)

Collaborative Impression Formation and Recall of Impression-relevant Information (page 1358)


Garcia-Marques, Leonel

Automatic and Controlled Components of Judgment under Uncertainty (page 1293)


Garcia-Marques, Teresa

DREAM and False Memories of Personality: The stuff that impressions are made of (page 250)

Implicit Familiarity Regulates Person Perception (page 1346)


Garcia-Retamero, Rocio

How to Learn Good Cue Orders: When Social Learning Benefits Simple Heuristics (page 1352)


Garnsey, Susan M.

"That Sounds Unlikely": Syntactic Probabilities Affect Pronunciation (page 1334)


Garrido, Margarida

Automatic and Controlled Components of Judgment under Uncertainty (page 1293)

Collaborative Impression Formation and Recall of Impression-relevant Information (page 1358)


Garsoffky, Bärbel     (Return to Top)

The Influence of the Serial Order of Visual and Verbal Presentation on the Verbal Overshadowing Effect of Dynamic Scenes (page 1539)


Gaskell, M. Gareth

Learning New Words: Effects of Lexical Competition and Age of Acquisition (page 822)

Processing Semantic Ambiguity: Different Loci for Meanings and Senses (page 2222)


Gatt, Albert

Generating Collective Spatial References (page 255)


Gattis, Merideth

The Acoustic Features of Parental Speech during Storybook Reading Discriminate between Funny and Unfunny Mental States (page 2508)


Gentner, Dedre

The Verb Mutability Effect: Noun and Verb Semantics in English and Japanese (page 214)

Does "Different" Imply a Difference? A Comparison of Two Tasks (page 261)

Using Numbers to Structure Space (page 267)

Simulating Time-Course Phenomena in Perceptual Similarity via Incremental Encoding (page 1723)

Systematicity as a Processing Constraint on Feature Centrality (page 2515)

Expertise Effects on Sorting Strategies of Causal Phenomena (page 2600)


Gerjets, Peter

Speaker/Gender Effect: Impact of the Speaker's Gender on Learning with Narrated Animations (page 483)

Supporting Information Comparisons in Example-Based Hypertext Environments (page 1364)

A Methodological Alternative to Media Comparison Studies: Linking Information Utilization Strategies and Instructional Approach in Hypermedia Learning (page 2117)


Gerken, LouAnn

Does Implicit Metacognition Provide a Tool for Self-Guided Learning in Preschool Children? (page 1003)

4-month-olds Discover Algebraic Patterns in Music That 7.5-month-olds Do Not (page 1198)


Gero, John S.

Reasoning with Internal and External Representations: A Case Study with Expert Architects (page 1020)


Ghiasinejad, Shahram

Word-Order and Lexical-Semantic Factors Influencing Thematic Role Assignment Strategies in Sentence Comprehension (page 2487)


Ghirardelli, Thomas G.

Awareness Yet Underestimation of Distractors in Feature Searches (page 1086)


Gholson, Barry     (Return to Top)

Detection of Emotions during Learning with AutoTutor (page 285)


Gibson, Bradley

Visual Attention and the Semantics of Space: Evidence for Two Forms of Symbolic Control (page 2123)


Gibson, Edward

Integrating Linguistic and Referential Cues Into Probabilistic Models of Word Learning (page 2484)


Gigerenzer, Gerd

How to Learn Good Cue Orders: When Social Learning Benefits Simple Heuristics (page 1352)


Gigi, Ariela

Do People with Varying Cognitve Styles Access Semantic Knowledge Differently? (page 2488)


Giguère, Gyslain

Looking for Categorical Perception in a Dot-Pattern Classification Task (page 2489)


Gilin, Debra

Recursion for Adversarial Modelling: New Evidence (page 2551)


Gilkey, Justin M.

Effects of Sampling Ecology on Correlational Judgment (page 2436)


Gilutz, Shuli

Young Children's Comprehension of a Novel Interface: How Cognitive Development and Previous Computer Experience Come Into Play (page 2490)


Ginhac, Dominique

Is Learning in SRT Tasks Robust Across Procedural Variations (page 148)


Ginsburg, Harvey J.

Tickling: Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses of Facial Expressions and Motions (page 2491)


Gleitman, Lila

Statistical Learning in Language, Vision, and Comparative Cognition: What have we learned, where we going? (page 2662)


Gluck, Kevin A.     (Return to Top)

Computational Modeling of the Combined Effects of Circadian Rhythm and Sleep Deprivation (page 297)

Virtual Travel Does Not Enhance Spatial Working Memory for Landmark-Free Paths (page 2550)

Modeling the Impact of Cognitive Moderators on Human Cognition and Performance (page 2658)


Go, Janet F.

Comparison of Negative and Positive Integers (page 2623)


Go, Jon

On the Types, Frequency, Uses and Characteristics of Meta-language in Conversation (page 973)


Gobet, Fernand

Unifying Cross-linguistic and Within-language Patterns of Finiteness Marking in MOSAIC (page 232)


Goddard, K.

Rich and Famous: Recognition-based judgment in the Sunday Times Rich List (page 1801)


Goedert, Kelly

Causal Necessity and Alternative Strength Differentially Influence Predictions and Causal Judgments (page 2492)


Goh, Winston D.

Phonological Similarity Effects in Simple and Complex Word Spans (page 1829)


Gold, Kevin

Audio Speech Segmentation Without Language-Specific Knowledge (page 1370)


Goldberg, Ariel M.

Using Space for Language: Deictic Pointers and Thematic Role Assignment (page 2493)


Golden, Richard M.

An Empirical Feasibility Study of the ARCADE System (page 1376)

Word-Order and Lexical-Semantic Factors Influencing Thematic Role Assignment Strategies in Sentence Comprehension (page 2487)


Goldin-Meadow, Susan

Children Learn from Gestures Not Grounded in the Here-and-Now (page 675)


Goldman, Susan R.

An Empirical Feasibility Study of the ARCADE System (page 1376)


Goldstone, Robert L.

Generalizing from Simple Instances: An Uncomplicated Lesson from Kids Learning Object Categories (page 2174)

The Structure of Integral Dimensions (page 2519)

Beyond Whorf: How Language Affects Thought (page 2660)


Goldstone, Robert L.

Evidence for the Cognitive Role of Space on an Algebraic Production Task (page 2542)


Goldwater, Micah B.

Constructional Sources of Implicit Agents in Sentence Comprehension (page 273)


Gonzalez, Cleotilde

Learning to Control Dynamic Systems: Information Utilization and Future Planning (page 244)


Goodman, Noah D.     (Return to Top)

Intuitive Theories of Mind: A Rational Approach to False Belief (page 1382)


Goodwin, Geoffrey P.

The Psychology of Su Doku Problems (page 2543)


Gopnik, Alison

Intuitive Theories of Mind: A Rational Approach to False Belief (page 1382)


Gordon, Matthew

Learning Cross-cutting Systems of Categories (page 2146)


Gorniak, Peter

Perceived Affordances as a Substrate for Linguistic Concepts (page 279)

The Human Speechome Project (page 2059)


Gosselin, Frédéric

ACE: A Model of the Cognitive Strategies of a Contemporary Artist (page 1669)


Graesser, Arthur C.

Using Coh-Metrix Temporal Indices to Predict Psychological Measures of Time (page 190)

Detection of Emotions during Learning with AutoTutor (page 285)

Validating Coh-Metrix (page 573)

Assigning Grade Levels to Textbooks: Is It Just Readability? (page 1251)


Graesser, Arthur C.

AutoTutor 3-D Simulations: Analyzing Users' Actions and Learning Trends (page 1557)


Grafman, Jordan

Assessing the Problem-Solving Abilities of Patients with Frontal Lobe Lesions Using a Real World Travel Planning Task (page 2455)


Gratch, Jonathan

Modeling the Impact of Cognitive Moderators on Human Cognition and Performance (page 2658)


Gray, Wayne D.

Melioration Dominates Maximization: Stable Suboptimal Performance Despite Global Feedback (page 627)

Steps Towards Integrated Models of Cognitive Systems: A Levels-of-Analysis Approach to Comparing Human Performance to Model Predictions in a Complex Task Environment (page 756)

Test Case Selection for Evaluating Measures of Semantic Distance (page 2624)

Configural Memory with Network Reinforcement Learning (page 2625)

Tetris as a Task Environment for Research in Dynamic Decision Making, Attention, Categorization, and Cognitive Modeling (page 2637)


Grealy, Madeleine A.

Time Perception and Mental Imagery (page 2494)


Green, Collin

Retrieval-Induced Forgetting in a Multiple-Trace Memory Model (page 1388)


Greene, Michelle R.     (Return to Top)

Natural Scene Categorization from Conjunctions of Ecological Global Properties (page 291)


Greeno, James G.

Perspectives in Reasoning About Quantities (page 2495)

Laboratory Learning: Cognitive and Learning Practices in University Research Laboratories (page 2661)


Griffin, Thomas

Expertise and the Illusion of Comprehension (page 387)


Griffiths, Thomas L.

Modeling Cross-Domain Causal Learning in Preschoolers as Bayesian Inference (page 89)

A More Rational Model of Categorization (page 726)

Revealing Priors on Category Structures Through Iterated Learning (page 1394)

Bayesian Models of Inductive Learning (page 2665)


Grondin, Ray

Shared Features Dominate the Number-Of-Features Effect (page 1400)


Gross, Joshua B.

Computational Modeling of the Combined Effects of Circadian Rhythm and Sleep Deprivation (page 297)


Guerra-Filho, Gutemberg

Grounded Representations for Sensory-Motor Learning: A Linguistic Approach (page 1406)


Guha, Amal

Where is Causality? (page 1412)


Guinness, Jethran

The Human Speechome Project (page 2059)


Gula, Bartosz

Generalizability of Decision Models: An Ecological Cross-Validation Approach (page 2496)


Gunzelmann, Glenn

Computational Modeling of the Combined Effects of Circadian Rhythm and Sleep Deprivation (page 297)

Qualitative and Quantitative Reasoning and Instance-Based Learning in Spatial Orientation (page 303)

Virtual Travel Does Not Enhance Spatial Working Memory for Landmark-Free Paths (page 2550)


Gupta, Ashish

Lateral Inhibition Explains Savings in Conditioning and Extinction (page 309)


Gupta, Prahlad     (Return to Top)

Learning Melodic Expectancy: Musical Predictability in an SRN (page 931)


Gureckis, Todd M.

Bridging Levels: Using a Cognitive Model to Connect Brain and Behavior in Category Learning (page 315)


Gurney, Kevin

The Brain Implements Optimal Decision Making between Alternative Actions (page 83)


Gust, Helmar

Explaining Effective Learning by Analogical Reasoning (page 1417)


Guthormson, Amy

A Theory of Reflexive Relational Generalization (page 1245)


Gyobu, Ikuko

Learning Environment of the Children for the Social Competence Development by Conversion of Viewpoint (page 2604)


Hadley, Robert F.     (Return to Top)

Synchronous vs. Conjunctive Binding: A False Dichotomy? (page 1423)


Hagmayer, York

Understanding the Causal Logic of Confounds (page 579)

Deontic Logic and Deontic Goals in the Wason Selection Task (page 864)

Causal vs. Evidential Decision Making in Newcomb's Paradox (page 2497)


Hahn, Ulrike

The Slippery Slope Argument – Probability, Utility & Category Reappraisal (page 1145)


Hahn, June I.

Pacing Visual Attention: Rate and Rhythm Effects (page 2607)


Hall, Charles

Language in Law: Using Coh-Metrix to Assess Differences between American and English/Welsh Language Varieties (page 2498)


Hallam, Jenny

Effects of Writing on Conceptual Coherence (page 1340)


Halstead, Daniel T.

Automatic Categorization of Spatial Prepositions (page 1705)


Halverson, Tim

Cognitive Models of the Effect of Audio Cueing on Attentional Shifts in a Complex Multimodal, Dual-Display Dual Task (page 1044)

Towards a Flexible, Reusable Model for Predicting Eye Movements During Visual Search of Text (page 1428)


Hamilton, David

Collaborative Impression Formation and Recall of Impression-relevant Information (page 1358)


Hannon, Erin J.

Music and Cognition: What cognitive science can learn from music cognition (page 2655)


Harada, Etsuko T.

How Cognitive Aging Affects the Relationship between Attention and Error Repetitions (page 2499)


Hard, Bridgette Martin

Through the Looking Glass: Action Learning from Different Perspectives (page 513)

Reading the Language of Action (page 1434)

Putting Action in Perspective: The Role of Experience and Expectations (page 2500)


Harrell, Maralee

Diagrams That Really Are Worth Ten Thousand Words: Using Argument Diagrams to Teach Critical Thinking Skills (page 2501)


Harris, Harlan D.

An Attention-Based Model of Learning a Function and a Category in Parallel (page 321)

Modeling Category Learning with Exemplars and Prior Knowledge (page 1440)


Harris, Kevin R.     (Return to Top)

Planning, Evaluation, and Cognition: Exploring the Structure and Mechanisms of Expert Performance in a Representative Dynamic Task (page 327)


Harter, Derek

Nonconvergent Dynamics and Cognitive Systems (page 1446)

The Role of Overlap and End State in Perceiving and Remembering Events (page 1729)


Hartnagel, David

In Darkness Visual-Auditory Fusion Variations in Space Depend on Relation between Unimodal Egocentric Reference Frames (page 1452)


Haselager, Willem F. G.

Robust Semantic Systematicity and Distributed Representations in a Connectionist Model of Sentence Comprehension (page 226)


Hattori, Takahiro

The Influence of Procedural and Conceptual Examples on Mathematical Problem Solving (page 2502)


Hauf, Petra

9-Month-Old Infants Learn Action-effect Contingencies by Observation and Use this Knowledge for Their Own Action Control (page 2533)


Hauser, Sabine

Expertise Development in Clinical Psychology (page 1458)


Hausmann, Robert G. M.

Why Do Elaborative Dialogs Lead to Effective Problem Solving and Deep Learning? (page 1464)


Hayashi, Yugo

A Laboratory Study on Distributed Problem Solving by Taking Different Viewpoints (page 333)


Hayashi, Hajimu

Can Young Children Understand Commission and Omission on Similar Levels? (page 2503)


Healey, Patrick G. T.

Participation, Precedence and Co-ordination in Dialogue (page 1470)


Heckler, Andrew F.     (Return to Top)

Do Children Need Concrete Instantiations to Learn an Abstract Concept? (page 411)

Differential Cue Salience, Blocking and Learned Inattention (page 1476)

Effects of Concreteness on Representation: An Explanation for Differential Transfer (page 1581)


Heerebout, Bram T.

Evolutionary Simulations on the Adaptive Value of Connectionist Learning (page 2585)


Hegarty, Mary

Effects of Visual Salience and Knowledge on Inferences from Weather Maps (page 2454)

The Effect of Depth Information on Inferring Cross-sections (page 2529)


Heinath, Marcus

Interaction Patterns as Support for Cognitive Modeling (page 2504)


Hélie, Sébastien

JPEX: A Psychologically Plausible Joint Probability EXtractor (page 1482)

Vigilance Procedure Generalization for Recurrent Associative Memories (page 2458)


Helton, William S.

Expertise in Trained Dogs (page 1488)


Hendriks, Petra

The Predominance of Nonstructural Factors in the Processing of Gapping Sentences (page 1511)


Henighan, Michael

Lexicality as a Determinant of the Category-Order Effect (page 2591)


Herdman, Anthony T.

Children's Brains and Socioeconomic Status: A Selective-Attention ERP Study (page 2505)


Hermesh, Ofir

Automatic Distillation of Musical Structures: Learning the Grammar of Music (page 1494)


Hernandez, Olivia

Explanation in Category Learning (page 1098)


Hertzman, Clyde     (Return to Top)

Children's Brains and Socioeconomic Status: A Selective-Attention ERP Study (page 2505)


Hetrick, William P.

Eye Tracking, Individual Differences, and Attention in Associative Learning (page 2649)


Hidaka, Shohei

Body Parts and the First 100 Verbs (page 555)

Semantic Packing As a Core Mechanism of Category Coherence, Fast Mapping and Basic Level Categories (page 1500)


Hindy, Nicholas C.

Streaming x, y Coordinates Imply Continuous Interaction During On-line Syntactic Processing (page 208)

Feature-Semantic Gradients in Lexical Categorization Revealed by Graded Manual Responses (page 1162)


Hirakawa, Makoto

Remembering Lectures by Connecting to Personal Experiences (page 2560)


Hirata, Kenji

Thinking Style Requirements for Project Managers (page 2512)


Hochstein, Shaul

Hemispheric and Cross-Dimensional Transfer of Perceptual Learning Effects under Easy and Hard Conditions (page 2580)


Hockema, Stephen A.

Using Phoneme Distributions to Discover Words and Lexical Categories in Unsegmented Speech (page 172)

The Role of Velocity in Toddlers' Object Representations (page 2584)


Hodgetts, Helen M.

Resuming an Interrupted Task: Activation and Decay in Goal Memory (page 2506)


Hodgson, Paul

Learning and the Evolution of Melodic Complexity in Virtuoso Jazz Improvisation (page 1506)


Hoeks, John C. J.

The Predominance of Nonstructural Factors in the Processing of Gapping Sentences (page 1511)


Hoffman, Daniel

Assessing Preservice Teachers' Conceptual Change in an Internet-Based, Case Instructional Environment (page 1611)


Hoffman, Aaron B.

Linear Separability and Concept Learning: Eyetracking Individual Differences (page 2507)


Hoicka, Elena K.     (Return to Top)

The Acoustic Features of Parental Speech during Storybook Reading Discriminate between Funny and Unfunny Mental States (page 2508)


Holder, Barbara E.

The Ecology of Language Practices in Worldwide Airline Flight Deck Operations (page 363)


Holopainen, Jussi

Workshop on the Cognitive Science of Games and Gameplay (page 2671)


Holt, Lori L.

Attentional Modulation of Lexical Effects on Speech Perception: Computational and Behavioral Experiments (page 591)


Holyoak, Keith J.

Ideals Aren't Always Typical: Dissociating Goodness-of-Exemplar From Typicality Judgments (page 429)

Using Ideal Observers in Higher-order Human Category Learning (page 435)

Modeling Causal Learning Using Bayesian Generic Priors on Generative and Preventive Powers (page 519)


Honda, Hidehito

Implicit Information in Directionality of Verbal Probability Expressions (page 1517)


Honing, Henkjan

Music and Cognition: What cognitive science can learn from music cognition (page 2655)


Hoque, Mohammed E.

Multimodal Communication in Computer-Mediated Map Task Scenarios (page 1717)


Hornof, Anthony J.

Cognitive Models of the Effect of Audio Cueing on Attentional Shifts in a Complex Multimodal, Dual-Display Dual Task (page 1044)

Towards a Flexible, Reusable Model for Predicting Eye Movements During Visual Search of Text (page 1428)


Horst, Jessica S.

Online Processing is Essential for Learning: Understanding Fast Mapping and Word Learning in a Dynamic Connectionist Architecture (page 339)

Knowledge, Performance, and Task: Décalage and Dynamics in Young Children's Noun Generalizations (page 720)


Horton, Keith D.     (Return to Top)

Expectation Affects Unconscious Semantic Priming (page 2553)


Hostetter, Autumn B.

Don't Just Tell Them, Show Them! Teachers Can Intentionally Alter their Instructional Gestures (page 1523)


Howes, Andrew

Planning with Information Access Costs in Mind (page 2335)


Hristova, Penka

A Common Mechanism Is Possibly Underlying the Shift in Perceptual and Conceptual Judgment Produced by Irrelevant Information (page 1529)


Hsiao, Janet Hui-wen

Hemispheric Differences Emerge from Perceptual Learning: Evidence from Modeling Chinese Character Pronunciation (page 345)


Hu, Jon-Fan

Determining Parameters in Jordan's (1986) Recurrent Network (page 2457)


Huang, Yi Ting

On-line Interpretation of Scalar Quantifiers: Insight into the Semantic-Pragmatics Interface (page 351)


Huber, David E.

Preview Benefits and Deficits in Visual Selective Attention (page 2467)

Context Change and Interference in Episodic Memory (page 2516)

Individual Differences in Face Processing as Revealed with Priming (page 2599)

Behavioral and Electrophysiological Tests of a Perceptual Account of Negative Priming (page 2616)


Hübner, Sandra

Prompting Cognitive and Metacognitive Processing in Writing-to-Learn Enhances Learning Outcomes (page 357)

The Pitfalls of Overprompting in Writing-to-Learn (page 2575)


Hudlicka, Eva

Modeling the Impact of Cognitive Moderators on Human Cognition and Performance (page 2658)

Introduction to Affective Computing and Affective Modeling (page 2666)


Hudson Kam, Carla

Acquiring New Musical Grammars: a Statistical Learning Approach (page 1711)


Hue, Chih-Wei     (Return to Top)

The Knowledge of a Chinese Reader Concerning how Chinese Orthography Represents Phonology (page 1535)


Huff, Markus

The Influence of the Serial Order of Visual and Verbal Presentation on the Verbal Overshadowing Effect of Dynamic Scenes (page 1539)


Hugdahl, Kenneth J.

Looking at Second Language Acquisition from a Functional- and Structural MRI Background (page 2293)


Hull-Smith, Peg

More than Knowledge: Word Frequency Influences Preferences for Thematic Associates (page 2629)


Hummel, John E.

Ideals Aren't Always Typical: Dissociating Goodness-of-Exemplar From Typicality Judgments (page 429)

Using Ideal Observers in Higher-order Human Category Learning (page 435)

A Theory of Reflexive Relational Generalization (page 1245)

Relating Category Coherence and Analogy: Simulating Category Use with a Model of Relational Reasoning (page 2647)


Hund, Alycia M.

The Effect of Direction Type and Environmental Scale on Wayfinding Efficiency (page 2509)


Hutchins, Sean

Music and Cognition: What cognitive science can learn from music cognition (page 2655)


Hutchins, Edwin     (Return to Top)

The Ecology of Language Practices in Worldwide Airline Flight Deck Operations (page 363)

Laboratory Learning: Cognitive and Learning Practices in University Research Laboratories (page 2661)


Huttenlocher, Janellen

A Naturalistic Study of Input Effects on the Development of Number Concepts (page 2613)


IJsselsteijn, Wijnand A.     (Return to Top)

Workshop on the Cognitive Science of Games and Gameplay (page 2671)


Imai, Mutsumi

Categorization, Label Extension, and Inductive Reasoning in Chinese and German Preschoolers: Influence of a Classifier System and Universal Cognitive Constraints (page 703)


Imhof, Margaret

Gender Differences in Learning the SPSS-Software (page 2323)


Inui, Toshio

Non-random Human Performance under Conditions of Lacking Information (page 2228)


Iran-Nejad, Asghar

Beyond Fragmentation: Ill-structured Domains, Networks, Complex Systems, and Biofunctional Sciences (page 2511)

Education as Multiple-Source Self-Regulation: A Wholetheme Perspective (page 2648)


Irini, Skopeliti

The Development of Knowledge about the Earth and the Day/Night Cycle in Blind and Sighted Children (page 2510)


Ishibashi, Kentaro

Exploring the Effect of Copying Incomprehensible Exemplars on Creative Drawings (page 1545)


Ito, Sadanori

A Model for Interest Measurement by Observable Non-Verbal Behavior (page 369)


Itoh, Masako

Thinking Style Requirements for Project Managers (page 2512)


Iwasaki, Syoichi

Working Memory and Persistent Inhibitory Set: An Individual Differences Investigation (page 1551)


Iwasawa, Shoichiro

A Model for Interest Measurement by Observable Non-Verbal Behavior (page 369)


Izawa, Taro

Effects of Role Exchange between Task-doing and Observing Others on Insight Problem-Solving (page 1617)


Izumori, Hitoshi

The Effect of Time Interval on Students Learning of Statistical Concepts (page 2606)


Jack, Kris     (Return to Top)

From Syllables to Syntax: Investigating Staged Linguistic Development through Computational Modeling (page 375)


Jackson, G. Tanner

AutoTutor 3-D Simulations: Analyzing Users' Actions and Learning Trends (page 1557)


Jacobs, Robert A.     (Return to Top)

Properties of Synergies Arising From a Theory of Optimal Motor Behavior (page 166)


Jacques, Matthew A.

The Role of Reliability in Human Contingency Judgment (page 381)


James, Nathalie

Is Causal Status Weighed Differently in Categories of Causes than in Categories of Effects? (page 2513)

Does Causal Discovery Result in Category Formation and Set the Basic Level? (page 2514)


Jameson, Jason

Systematicity as a Processing Constraint on Feature Centrality (page 2515)


Jang, Yoonhee

Context Change and Interference in Episodic Memory (page 2516)


Jansen, Brenda R. J.

Learning on the Balance Scale Task (page 2517)

Children's Knowledge of the Earth: New Evidence for the Fragmentation Account (page 2611)


Janssen, Chris

Personalization of a Virtual Museum Tour using Eye-gaze (page 2620)


Jee, Ben

Expertise and the Illusion of Comprehension (page 387)


Jensen, Melinda S.

When Three Heads Are Better Than Two (page 2375)


Jeon, Je Hun

Grapheme-to-Phoneme Conversion for Korean Point-of-Interest Data Using Prosodic Words (page 2532)


Jeuniaux, Patrick

Multimodal Communication in Computer-Mediated Map Task Scenarios (page 1717)


Jian, Jiun-Yin

Recognizing Deception in Trajectories (page 1563)

A Prototype Model that Learns and Generalizes Medin, Altom, Edelson & Freko (1982) XOR Category Structure As Humans Do (page 1795)


Jin, HuiShu     (Return to Top)

How Similarity in Morphological Representation Affects Chinese-Japanese Bilinguals' Word Recognition? (page 2416)


Johansson, Tobias

Processing Strategies, Fluency, and Confidence in Artificial Grammar Learning (page 393)


Johnson, Jeffrey S.

A Dynamic Neural Field Theory of Multi-Item Visual Working Memory and Change Detection (page 399)


Johnson, Joseph G.

A Coherent Computational Framework for Modeling Component Decision Processes (page 2643)


Johnson-Laird, P. N.

Are There Cross-Cultural Differences in Reasoning? (page 459)

The Revision of Beliefs about Causes and Enabling Conditions (page 1329)

The Psychology of Su Doku Problems (page 2543)


Johnstone, Emma L.

Can Developmental Changes in Task Switching be Explained by Age Alone? (page 2476)


Jones, Matt

The Role of Similarity in Generalization (page 405)

The Emergence of Multiple Learning Systems (page 507)

Tracking Variability in Learning: Contrasting Statistical and Similarity-Based Accounts (page 2093)

The Structure of Integral Dimensions (page 2519)


Jones, Warren

Swimming in the Underlying Stream: Computational Models of Gaze in a Comparative Behavioral Analysis of Autism (page 780)


Jones, Dylan M.

Resuming an Interrupted Task: Activation and Decay in Goal Memory (page 2506)


Jones, Lara L.

Celebrity Recognition Priming: Is Association Required? (page 2518)


Jonker, Catholijn M.

Componential Explanation in Philosophy, Cognitive Science and Computer Science (page 95)

Developing Higher-Level Cognitive Theories by Reduction (page 1032)


Juvina, Ion     (Return to Top)

How Attentional Blink Facilitates Multitasking (page 2520)


 

Cognitive Science Journal Archive

The Cognitive Science Journal Archive currently contains electronic versions of 459 articles (of 98 issues and 24 years) of the Cognitive Science Journal and collects materials published in the Proceedings of the Annual Cognitive Science Conference. It is maintained by the CogWorks Laboratories of RPI's Cognitive Science Department.

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