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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

Invited Plenary Talks    (Return to Top)

From Unconscious to Conscious Insights (Page 4)
Robert Siegler (Carnegie Mellon University)

Specificity of Implicit and Explicit Memory (Page 10)
Daniel L. Schacter (Harvard University)

Thought Experiments in Scientific Discovery: What Emergent Mental Capabilities Underlie Their Efficacy? (Page 12)
Roger N. Shepard (The Arizona Senior Academy)

Invited Symposia    (Return to Top)

The Symposium on the Synergy between Implicit and Explicit Learning Processes (Page 1)
Robert Mathews (Louisiana State University)
Ron Sun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Emerging Learning Sciences: Bridging Theory and Practice of Formal and Informal Learning (Page 2)
Naomi Miyake (Chukyo University)

Exploring Mind and World: A Symposium in Honor of Roger N. Shepard (Page 3)
Nick Chater (University College London)
Jacob Feldman (Rutgers University)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Charles Kemp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Tamar Szabo Gendler (Yale University)

Symposia    (Return to Top)

Music and Cognition: What Cognitive Science Can Learn from Music Cognition (Page 2655)
Richard Ashley (Northwestern University)
Henkjan Honing (University of Amsterdam)
Erin J. Hannon (Harvard University)
Edward Large (Florida Atlantic University)
Caroline Palmer (McGill University)
Sean Hutchins (McGill University)

Building and Evaluating Models of Human-Level Intelligence (Page 2656)
Kenneth Forbus (Northwestern University)
Nicholas Cassimatis (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Joshua Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Paul Bello (Air Force Research Laboratory)

Cultural Impacts on Cognition (Page 2657)
Andrea Bender (University of Freiburg)
Sieghard Beller (University of Freiburg)
Giovanni Bennardo (Northern Illinois University)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)
James Shilts Boster (University of Connecticut)
Asifa Majid (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
Douglas L. Medin (Northwestern University)
Jürg Wassmann (Institute of Ethnology)

Modeling the Impact of Cognitive Moderators on Human Cognition and Performance (Page 2658)
Kevin A. Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Glenn Gunzelmann (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Jonathan Gratch (University of Southern California)
Eva Hudlicka (Psychometrix Associates, Inc.)
Frank E. Ritter (The Pennsylvania State University)

Computational Modeling of Bilingualism (Page 2659)
Ping Li (University of Richmond)

Beyond Whorf: How Language Affects Thought (Page 2660)
Gary Lupyan (Carnegie Mellon University)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)
Terry Regier (University of Chicago)
Debi Roberson (University of Essex)
Robert Goldstone (Indiana University)

Laboratory Learning: Cognitive and Learning Practices in University Research Laboratories (Page 2661)
Nancy J. Nersessian (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Wendy Newstetter (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Natasha Myers (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Morana Alac (University of California at San Diego)
Edwin Hutchins (University of California at San Diego)
James Greeno (University of Pittsburgh)

Statistical Learning in Language, Vision, and Comparative Cognition: What Have We Learned, Where Are We Going? (Page 2662)
Elissa L. Newport (University of Rochester)
Richard N. Aslin (University of Rochester)
Daniel J. Weiss (Pennsylvania State University)
Lila Gleitman (University of Pennsylvania)

Distributed Cognition in Healthcare (Page 2663)
Jiajie Zhang (University of Texas at Houston)
Vimla L. Patel (Columbia University)
Nancy J. Nersessian (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Wendy Newstetter (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Yan Xiao (University of Maryland)

Publication-Based Talks    (Return to Top)

Development of the Object Concept: Implicit vs. Explicit Knowledge (Page 2641)
Bennett I. Bertenthal (University of Chicago)

Is There Evidence for a Probabilistic Language Faculty? (Page 2642)
Rens Bod (University of St. Andrews)

A Coherent Computational Framework for Modeling Component Decision Processes (Page 2643)
Jerome R. Busemeyer (Indiana University)
Joseph G. Johnson (Miami University)

Learning from Observing Tutoring Collaboratively (Page 2644)
Michelene T. H. Chi (University of Pittsburgh)
Marguerite Roy (University of Pittsburgh)

Can Implicit Sequence Learning be Based on a Sequence of Response Selections? (Page 2645)
Natacha Deroost (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Inge Zeeuws (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Eric Soetens (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

Shared Knowledge, Embodied Structure, Mediated Process—The Case of the Zapotec of Oaxaca (Page 2646)
Fadwa El Guindi (University of Qatar)

Relating Category Coherence and Analogy: Simulating Category Use with a Model of Relational Reasoning (Page 2647)
John E. Hummel (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Brian H. Ross (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Education as Multiple-Source Self-Regulation: A Wholetheme Perspective (Page 2648)
Asghar Iran-Nejad (University of Alabama)

Eye Tracking, Individual Differences, and Attention in Associative Learning (Page 2649)
John K. Kruschke (Indiana University)
Emily S. Kappenman (Indiana University)
William P. Hetrick (Indiana University)

Creativity from a Cognitive Developmental Science Perspective (Page 2650)
Todd Lubart (University of Paris Descartes)

Learning in Minimalism-based Language Modeling (Page 2651)
Deryle Lonsdale (Brigham Young University)

Is the Weighting of Contingency Data Contingent on the Hypothesis Assessed? (Page 2652)
David R. Mandel (University of Toronto)
Oshin Vartanian (Defence Research and Development Canada)

An Adaptive Combination Approach to Spatial Representation: Using Geometric and Featural Spatial Information (Page 2653)
Nora S. Newcombe (Temple University)

Multiple Systems for Visuospatial Imagery (Page 2654)
Jeffrey M. Zacks (Washington University)

Workshops    (Return to Top)

Workshop on the Cognitive Science of Games and Gameplay (Page 2671)
Craig A. Lindley (Gotland University College and Blekinge Technical College)
Jussi Holopainen (Nokia Research Centre)
Wijnand A. IJsselsteijn (Technical University of Eindhoven)
Simon Niedenthal (Malmö University)
Niklas Ravaja (Helsinki School of Economics)

CogSci'06 Workshop/What Have Eye Movements Told Us So Far, and What is Next? (Page 2672)
Mariana M. Silva (University College London)
Anna L. Cox (University College London)

Workshop on Literature in Cognition and Computers (Page 2673)

Tutorials    (Return to Top)

Bayesian Models of Inductive Learning (Page 2665)
Thomas L. Griffiths (Brown University)
Charles Kemp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Introduction to Affective Computing and Affective Modeling (Page 2666)
Eva Hudlicka (Psychometrix Associates, Inc.)

Artificial Life as a Virtual Lab for Cognitive Science Experiments (Page 2667)
Marcio Lobo Netto (University of São Paulo)

Constraint-Based Modeling: An Introduction (Page 2668)
Stellan Ohlsson (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Antonija Mitrovic (University of Canterbury)

Speech Perception: Linking Computational Models and Human Data (Page 2669)
Ted J. Strauss (University of Connecticut)
Daniel Mirman (University of Connecticut, Haskins Laboratories)
James S. Magnuson (University of Connecticut, Haskins Laboratories)

ACT-R Tutorial (Page 2670)
Niels A. Taatgen (Carnegie Mellon University)
Hedderik van Rijn (Carnegie Mellon University)

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