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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

Full Papers: Oral Presentations

Object Naming and Later Lexical Development (Page 18)
Eef Ameel (K.U. Leuven)
Barbara Malt (Lehigh University)
Gert Storms (K.U. Leuven)

Evidence for Massive Redeployment of Brain Areas in Cognitive Functions (Page 24)
Michael L. Anderson (University of Maryland)

Conceptual Change in Non-Euclidean Mathematics (Page 30)
Jennifer A. Asmuth (Northwestern University)
Lance J. Rips (Northwestern University)

The Effect of Personal Familiarity on the Speed of Face Recognition (Page 36)
Benjamin Balas (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
David Cox (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Erin Conwell (Brown University)

Controlling Attention with Noise: The Cue-Combination Model of Visual Search (Page 42)
David F. Baldwin (Northeastern University)
Michael C. Mozer (University of Colorado at Boulder)

Automatic Visual Integration: Defragmenting the Face (Page 48)
Luke Barrington (University of California at San Diego)
Garrison W. Cottrell (University of California at San Diego)

When Does Ignorance Make Us Smart? Additional Factors Guiding Heuristic Inference (Page 54)
C. Philip Beaman (University of Reading)
Rachel McCloy (University of Reading)
Philip T. Smith (University of Reading)

What We Can Learn from Causal Conditional Reasoning about the Naďve Understanding of Causality (Page 59)
Sieghard Beller (University of Freiburg)

Responsibility for Bad Deeds – and for Good? The Impact of Cultural Attribution Tendencies on Cognition and Emotion (Page 65)
Andrea Bender (University of Freiburg)
Hans Spada (University of Freiburg)
Hannah Swoboda (University of Freiburg)
Simone Traber (University of Freiburg)

Phonological Neighborhood Density in Native and Non-Native Word Production (Page 71)
Henrike K. Blumenfeld (Northwestern University)
Viorica Marian (Northwestern University)

Supporting Collaborative Learning with Augmented Group Awareness Tools (Page 77)
Daniel Bodemer (University of Tübingen)
Jürgen Buder (University of Tübingen)

The Brain Implements Optimal Decision Making between Alternative Actions (Page 83)
Rafal Bogacz (University of Bristol)
Kevin Gurney (University of Sheffield)

Modeling Cross-Domain Causal Learning in Preschoolers as Bayesian Inference (Page 89)
Elizabeth Baraff Bonawitz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Thomas L. Griffiths (Brown University)
Laura Schulz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Componential Explanation in Philosophy, Cognitive Science and Computer Science (Page 95)
Tibor Bosse (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Catholijn M. Jonker (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Jan Treur (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Integrated Phonological Processing in Bilinguals: Evidence from Spoken Word Recognition (Page 101)
Olga V. Boukrina (Northwestern University)
Viorica Marian (Northwestern University)

Influences of Communication on Categorization and Similarity (Page 107)
Nick Braisby (The Open University)

A Causal Power Approach to Learning with Rates (Page 113)
Marc J. Buehner (Cardiff University)

Understanding the Advantages of Modularity in Neural Systems (Page 119)
John A. Bullinaria (University of Birmingham)

Cognitive Neuroendocrinology: Risk Preference Changes Across the Menstrual Cycle (Page 125)    (Return to Top)
Bruce D. Burns (University of Sydney)

A Quantum Information Processing Explanation of Disjunction Effects (Page 131)
Jerome R. Busemeyer (Air Force Office of Scientific Research)
Mervin R. Matthew (Indiana University)
Zheng Wang (Indiana University)

The Fit of the Implicit Cognition Paradigm to Science Education Research: An Exploratory Analysis (Page 136)
Gwendolyn E. Campbell (NAVAIR Orlando TSD)
Simone L. Chin (Kaegan Corporation)

Metaphor in the Mind and Hands (Page 142)
Daniel Casasanto (Stanford University)
Sandra Lozano (Stanford University)
All authors retract this paper. The first author, Dr. Daniel Casasanto, believes that the research results cannot be relied upon; Sandra C. Lozano takes full responsibility for the need to retract this article. For further information, please contact Daniel Casasanto (casasanto@alum.mit.edu).

Is Learning in SRT Tasks Robust Across Procedural Variations (Page 148)
Stéphanie Chambaron (Université de Bourgogne)
Dominique Ginhac (Université de Bourgogne)
Pierre Perruchet (Université de Bourgogne)

Using Child Utterances to Evaluate Syntax Acquisition Algorithms (Page 154)
Franklin Chang (NTT Communication Sciences Laboratories)
Elena Lieven (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
Michael Tomasello (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)

A Temporal Signal Reveals Chunk Structure in the Writing of Word Phrases (Page 160)
Peter C.-H. Cheng (University of Sussex)
Hector Rojas-Anaya (University of Sussex)

Properties of Synergies Arising From a Theory of Optimal Motor Behavior (Page 166)
Manu Chhabra (University of Rochester)
Robert A. Jacobs (University of Rochester)

Using Phoneme Distributions to Discover Words and Lexical Categories in Unsegmented Speech (Page 172)
Morten H. Christiansen (Cornell University)
Stephen A. Hockema (Indiana University)
Luca Onnis (Cornell University)

Effortful Pragmatics: The Demanding Nature of Implicatures (Page 178)
Wim De Neys (K.U. Leuven)
Walter Schaeken (K.U. Leuven)

Modelling the Interpretation and Interpretation Ease of Noun-Noun Compounds Using a Relation Space Approach to Compound Meaning (Page 184)
Barry Devereux (University College Dublin)
Fintan Costello (University College Dublin)

Using Coh-Metrix Temporal Indices to Predict Psychological Measures of Time (Page 190)
Nicholas D. Duran (University of Memphis)
Phillip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Arthur C. Graesser (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Order Bias and the Suppositional Disjunction (Page 196)
Shira Elqayam (University of Plymouth)
Jonathan St.B.T. Evans (University of Plymouth)
David E. Over (University of Sunderland)
Eyvind Ohm (University of Plymouth)

Dual System Theories of Cognition: Some Issues (Page 202)
Jonathan St.B.T. Evans (University of Plymouth)

Streaming x, y Coordinates Imply Continuous Interaction During On-line Syntactic Processing (Page 208)
Thomas A. Farmer (Cornell University)
Sarah A. Cargill (Cornell University)
Nicholas C. Hindy (Cornell University)
Rick Dale (Cornell University)
Michael J. Spivey (Cornell University)

The Verb Mutability Effect: Noun and Verb Semantics in English and Japanese (Page 214)
Caitlin M. Fausey (Stanford University)
Hanako Yoshida (Indiana University)
Jennifer A. Asmuth (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)

Flexible Attention to Labels and Appearances in Early Induction (Page 220)
Anna V. Fisher (Carnegie Mellon University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (The Ohio State University)

Robust Semantic Systematicity and Distributed Representations in a Connectionist Model of Sentence Comprehension (Page 226)
Stefan L. Frank (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Willem F. G. Haselager (Radboud University Nijmegen)

Unifying Cross-linguistic and Within-language Patterns of Finiteness Marking in MOSAIC (Page 232)
Daniel Freudenthal (University of Liverpool)
Julian Pine (University of Liverpool)
Fernand Gobet (Brunel University)

Solving the Credit Assignment Problem: The Interaction of Explicit and Implicit Learning with Internal and External State Information (Page 238)
Wai-Tat Fu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
John R. Anderson (Carnegie Mellon University)

Learning to Control Dynamic Systems: Information Utilization and Future Planning (Page 244)
Wai-Tat Fu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Cleotilde Gonzalez (Carnegie Mellon University)

DREAM and False Memories of Personality: The Stuff that Impressions are Made of (Page 250)
Leonel Garcia-Marques (Universidade de Lisboa)
Mário A. B. Ferreira (Universidade de Lisboa)
Teresa Garcia-Marques (Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada)

Generating Collective Spatial References (Page 255)
Albert Gatt (King's College)

Does "Different" Imply a Difference? A Comparison of Two Tasks (Page 261)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)
Eyal Sagi (Northwestern University)

Using Numbers to Structure Space (Page 267)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)
Stella Christie (Northwestern University)

Constructional Sources of Implicit Agents in Sentence Comprehension (Page 273)
Micah B. Goldwater (University of Texas at Austin)
Arthur B. Markman (University of Texas at Austin)

Perceived Affordances as a Substrate for Linguistic Concepts (Page 279)
Peter Gorniak (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Deb Roy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Detection of Emotions during Learning with AutoTutor (Page 285)
Art Graesser (University of Memphis)
Amy Witherspoon (University of Memphis)
Bethany McDaniel (University of Memphis)
Sidney D'Mello (University of Memphis)
Patrick Chipman (University of Memphis)
Barry Gholson (University of Memphis)

Natural Scene Categorization from Conjunctions of Ecological Global Properties (Page 291)
Michelle R. Greene (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Aude Oliva (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Computational Modeling of the Combined Effects of Circadian Rhythm and Sleep Deprivation (Page 297)    (Return to Top)
Joshua B. Gross (The Pennsylvania State University)
Glenn Gunzelmann (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Kevin A. Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Hans P. A. Van Dongen (Washington State University Spokane)
David F. Dinges (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)

Qualitative and Quantitative Reasoning and Instance-Based Learning in Spatial Orientation (Page 303)
Glenn Gunzelmann (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Don R. Lyon (Air Force Research Laboratory)

Lateral Inhibition Explains Savings in Conditioning and Extinction (Page 309)
Ashish Gupta (Vanderbilt University)
David C. Noelle (Vanderbilt University)

Bridging Levels: Using a Cognitive Model to Connect Brain and Behavior in Category Learning (Page 315)
Todd M. Gureckis (Indiana University)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)

An Attention-Based Model of Learning a Function and a Category in Parallel (Page 321)
Harlan D. Harris (New York University)
John Paul Minda (University of Western Ontario)

Planning, Evaluation, and Cognition: Exploring the Structure and Mechanisms of Expert Performance in a Representative Dynamic Task (Page 327)
Kevin R. Harris (Florida State University)
Lauren Tashman (Florida State University)
Paul Ward (Florida State University)
K. Anders Ericsson (Florida State University)
David W. Eccles (Florida State University)
A. Mark Williams (Florida State University)
Jason Ramrattan (Florida State University)
Laura Hassler Lang (Florida State University)

A Laboratory Study on Distributed Problem Solving by Taking Different Viewpoints (Page 333)
Yugo Hayashi (Nagoya University)
Kazuhisa Miwa (Nagoya University)
Junya Morita (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Online Processing is Essential for Learning: Understanding Fast Mapping and Word Learning in a Dynamic Connectionist Architecture (Page 339)
Jessica S. Horst (University of Iowa)
Bob McMurray (University of Iowa)
Larissa K. Samuelson (University of Iowa)

Hemispheric Differences Emerge from Perceptual Learning: Evidence from Modeling Chinese Character Pronunciation (Page 345)
Janet Hui-wen Hsiao (University of California at San Diego)
Richard Shillcock (University of Edinburgh)

On-line Interpretation of Scalar Quantifiers: Insight into the Semantic-Pragmatics Interface (Page 351)
Yi Ting Huang (Harvard University)
Jesse Snedeker (Harvard University)

Prompting Cognitive and Metacognitive Processing in Writing-to-Learn Enhances Learning Outcomes (Page 357)
Sandra Hübner (University of Freiburg)
Matthias Nückles (University of Freiburg)
Alexander Renkl (University of Freiburg)

The Ecology of Language Practices in Worldwide Airline Flight Deck Operations (Page 363)
Edwin Hutchins (University of California at San Diego)
Saeko Nomura (University of California at San Diego)
Barbara E. Holder (Boeing Commercial Airplanes)

A Model for Interest Measurement by Observable Non-Verbal Behavior (Page 369)
Sadanori Ito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, ATR Media Information Science Laboratories, ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Laboratories)
Shoichiro Iwasawa (ATR Media Information Science Laboratories, ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Laboratories)
Ichiro Umata (ATR Media Information Science Laboratories)
Kiyoshi Kogure (ATR Media Information Science Laboratories)

From Syllables to Syntax: Investigating Staged Linguistic Development through Computational Modeling (Page 375)
Kris Jack (University of Dundee)
Chris Reed (University of Dundee)
Annalu Waller (University of Dundee)

The Role of Reliability in Human Contingency Judgment (Page 381)
Matthew A. Jacques (University of Ottawa)
Pierre Mercier (University of Ottawa)

Expertise and the Illusion of Comprehension (Page 387)
Ben Jee (University of Illinois)
Jennifer Wiley (University of Illinois)
Thomas Griffin (University of Illinois)

Processing Strategies, Fluency, and Confidence in Artificial Grammar Learning (Page 393)
Tobias Johansson (Lund University)

A Dynamic Neural Field Theory of Multi-Item Visual Working Memory and Change Detection (Page 399)
Jeffrey S. Johnson (University of Iowa)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa)
Gregor Schöner (Ruhr-University)

The Role of Similarity in Generalization (Page 405)
Matt Jones (University of Texas at Austin)
W. Todd Maddox (University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)

Do Children Need Concrete Instantiations to Learn an Abstract Concept? (Page 411)
Jennifer A. Kaminski (Ohio State University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (Ohio State University)
Andrew F. Heckler (Ohio State University)

Learning Overhypotheses (Page 417)    (Return to Top)
Charles Kemp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Amy Perfors (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Visual Availability and Fixation Memory in Modeling Visual Search using the EPIC Architecture (Page 423)
David Kieras (University of Michigan)
Sandra P. Marshall (San Diego State University)

Ideals Aren't Always Typical: Dissociating Goodness-of-Exemplar From Typicality Judgments (Page 429)
Aniket Kittur (University of California at Los Angeles)
Keith J. Holyoak (University of California at Los Angeles)
John E. Hummel (University of Illinois)

Using Ideal Observers in Higher-order Human Category Learning (Page 435)
Aniket Kittur (University of California at Los Angeles)
Keith J. Holyoak (University of California at Los Angeles)
John E. Hummel (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

One-Hit Wonders in Classical Music: Evidence and an Explanation for an Early Career Peak (Page 441)
Aaron Kozbelt (Brooklyn College)

Extending Spatial Frames of Reference to Temporal Concepts (Page 447)
Alexander Kranjec (Brooklyn College)

Locally Bayesian Learning (Page 453)
John K. Kruschke (Indiana University)

Are There Cross-Cultural Differences in Reasoning? (Page 459)
N. Y. Louis Lee (Princeton University)
P. N. Johnson-Laird (Princeton University)

Implicit Learning of Form-Meaning Connections (Page 465)
Janny Leung (University of Cambridge)
John N. Williams (University of Cambridge)

Further Investigations into Post-completion Error: The Effects of Interruption Position and Duration (Page 471)
Simon Y. W. Li (University College London)
Anna L. Cox (University College London)
Ann Blandford (University College London)
Paul Cairns (University College London)
Richard M. Young (University College London)
Aliza Abeles (University College London)

Embodied Action as a 'Helping Hand' in Social Interaction (Page 477)
Jessica Lindblom (University of Skövde)

Speaker/Gender Effect: Impact of the Speaker's Gender on Learning with Narrated Animations (Page 483)
Stephanie B. Linek (Knowledge Media Research Center)
Peter Gerjets (Knowledge Media Research Center)
Katharina Scheiter (University of Tuebingen)

SPAM-Ling: A Dynamical Model of Spatial Working Memory and Spatial Language (Page 489)
John Lipinski (University of Iowa)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa)
Larissa K. Samuelson (University of Iowa)
Gregor Schöner (Ruhr-Universität)

Why Losses Loom Larger than Gains: Modeling Neural Mechanisms of Cognitive-Affective Interaction (Page 495)
Abninder Litt (University of Waterloo)
Chris Eliasmith (University of Waterloo)
Paul Thagard (University of Waterloo)

Language as a Tool for Thought: The Vocabulary of Games Facilitates Strategic Decision Making (Page 501)
Jeffrey Loewenstein (University of Texas at Austin)
Josh Keller (University of Texas at Austin)

The Emergence of Multiple Learning Systems (Page 507)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)
Matt Jones (University of Texas at Austin)

Through the Looking Glass: Action Learning from Different Perspectives (Page 513)
Sandra C. Lozano (Stanford University)
Bridgette Martin Hard (Stanford University)
Barbara Tversky (Stanford University)
All authors retract this article. Bridgette Martin Hard and Barbara Tversky believe that the research results cannot be relied upon; Sandra C. Lozano takes full responsibility for the need to retract this article.

Modeling Causal Learning Using Bayesian Generic Priors on Generative and Preventive Powers (Page 519)
Hongjing Lu (University of California at Los Angeles)
Alan Yuille (University of California at Los Angeles)
Mimi Liljeholm (University of California at Los Angeles)
Patricia W. Cheng (University of California at Los Angeles)
Keith J. Holyoak (University of California at Los Angeles)

What Moves in a Mysterious Way? A Domain-general Account of Learning about Animacy and Causality (Page 525)
Gary Lupyan (Carnegie Mellon University)
David H. Rakison (Carnegie Mellon University)

A Cognitive Model of Surprise Judgements (Page 531)
Rebecca Maguire (University Colllege Dublin)
Fintan Costello (University Colllege Dublin)
Mark T. Keane (University Colllege Dublin)

An Investigation of Combinational Productivity for Abstract and Concrete Nouns (Page 537)
Phil Maguire (University College Dublin)
Edward J. Wisniewski (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
Gert Storms (University of Leuven)

Words Mark the Nerds: Computational Models of Personality Recognition through Language (Page 543)    (Return to Top)
François Mairesse (University of Sheffield)
Marilyn Walker (University of Sheffield)

On the Cost and Benefit of Taking it Out of Context: Modeling the Inhibition Associated with Directed Forgetting (Page 549)
Kenneth J. Malmberg (University of South Florida)
Melissa Lehman (University of South Florida)
Lili Sahakyan (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

Body Parts and the First 100 Verbs (Page 555)
Josita Maouene (Indiana University)
Shohei Hidaka (Kyoto University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)

The Role of Causal Status versus Inter-Feature Links in Feature Weighting (Page 561)
Jessecae K. Marsh (Yale University)
Woo-kyoung Ahn (Yale University)

A Connectionist Model of the Coordinated Interplay of Scene, Utterance, and World Knowledge (Page 567)
Marshall R. Mayberry, III (Saarland University)
Matthew W. Crocker (Saarland University)
Pia Knoeferle (Saarland University)

Validating Coh-Metrix (Page 573)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)
Yasuhiro Ozuru (University of Memphis)
Art Graesser (University of Memphis)
Max Louwerse (University of Memphis)

Understanding the Causal Logic of Confounds (Page 579)
Björn Meder (University of Göttingen)
York Hagmayer (University of Göttingen)
Michael R. Waldmann (University of Göttingen)

Working Memory in Wayfinding – a Dual Task Experiment in a Virtual City (Page 585)
Tobias Meilinger (Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics)
Markus Knauff (University of Freiburg)
Heinrich H. Bülthoff (Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics)

Attentional Modulation of Lexical Effects on Speech Perception: Computational and Behavioral Experiments (Page 591)
Daniel Mirman (University of Connecticut)
James L. McClelland (Carnegie Mellon University)
Lori L. Holt (Carnegie Mellon University)

Analysis of Human-Human and Human-Computer Agent Interactions from the Viewpoint of Design of and Attribution to a Partner (Page 597)
Kazuhisa Miwa (Nagoya University)
Hitoshi Terai (Nagoya University)

The Development of Analogical Reasoning in Children: A Computational Account (Page 603)
Robert G. Morrison (Xunesis)
Leonidas A. A. Doumas (Indiana University)
Lindsey E. Richland (University of California at Irvine)

Which Is More Probable—"25% + 25%" or "40% + 10%"?: Effect of the Distribution of Focal Outcomes on Gut-level Perception of Certainty (Page 609)
Kuninori Nakamura (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Kimihiko Yamagishi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Does What We Want Influence What We See? (Page 615)
Bence Nanay (University of California at Berkeley)

From Natural Kinds to Complex Categories (Page 621)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)

Melioration Dominates Maximization: Stable Suboptimal Performance Despite Global Feedback (Page 627)
Hansjörg Neth (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Chris R. Sims (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

How to Make Instructional Explanations in Human Tutoring More Effective (Page 633)
Matthias Nückles (University of Freiburg)
Jörg Wittwer (University of Freiburg)
Alexander Renkl (University of Freiburg)

Even Early Representations of Numerical Magnitude are Spatially Organized: Evidence for a Directional Magnitude Bias in Pre-Reading Preschoolers (Page 639)
John E. Opfer (The Ohio State University)
Clarissa A. Thompson (The Ohio State University)

Learning Objects by Learning Models: Finding Independent Causes and Preferring Simplicity (Page 645)
Gergö Orbán (Collegium Budapest Institute for Advanced Study)
József Fiser (Brandeis University)
Richard N. Aslin (University of Rochester)
Máté Lengyel (University College London)

Undoing One's Learning (Page 651)
Magda Osman (University College London)

Combining Syntax and Thematic Fit in a Probabilistic Model of Sentence Processing (Page 657)
Ulrike Padó (Saarland University)
Frank Keller (University of Edinburgh)
Matthew Crocker (Saarland University)

Poverty of the Stimulus? A Rational Approach (Page 663)    (Return to Top)
Amy Perfors (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Terry Regier (University of Chicago)

Ambiguity-Reduction: a Satisficing Criterion for Decision Making (Page 669)
Giovanni Pezzulo (Institute of Cognitive Science and Technology)
Alessandro Couyoumdjian (University of Rome "La Sapienza")

Children Learn from Gestures Not Grounded in the Here-and-Now (Page 675)
Raedy M. Ping (University of Chicago)
Susan Goldin-Meadow (University of Chicago)

Now, where was I? Examining the Perceptual Processes while Resuming an Interrupted Task (Page 679)
Raj M. Ratwani (George Mason University)
J. Gregory Trafton (Naval Research Laboratory)

Priming of Syntactic Rules in Task-Oriented Dialogue and Spontaneous Conversation (Page 685)
David Reitter (University of Edinburgh)
Johanna D. Moore (University of Edinburgh)
Frank Keller (University of Edinburgh)

Grounding Dialogue: Eye Movements Reveal the Coordination of Attention During Conversation and the Effects of Common Ground (Page 691)
Daniel C. Richardson (University of California at Santa Cruz)
Rick Dale (Cornell University)

Event Structure and Discourse Coherence Biases in Pronoun Interpretation (Page 697)
Hannah Rohde (University of California at San Diego)
Andrew Kehler (University of California at San Diego)
Jeffrey L. Elman (University of California at San Diego)

Categorization, Label Extension, and Inductive Reasoning in Chinese and German Preschoolers: Influence of a Classifier System and Universal Cognitive Constraints (Page 703)
Henrik Saalbach (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)
Mutsumi Imai (Keio University)

Synergy Between Memory and Model-based Processing: Integration Facilitated by Animation (Page 709)
Bill Sallas (Louisiana State University)
Robert C. Mathews (Louisiana State University)
Sean M. Lane (Louisiana State University)
Ron Sun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

How Prior Knowledge and Text Coherence Affect Eye Fixations in Hypertext Overviews (Page 715)
Ladislao Salmerón (University of Granada)
Thierry Baccino (University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis)
José J. Cańas (University of Granada)

Knowledge, Performance, and Task: Décalage and Dynamics in Young Children's Noun Generalizations (Page 720)
Larissa K. Samuelson (University of Iowa)
Jessica S. Horst (University of Iowa)
Brandi N. Dobbertin (University of Iowa)
Anne R. Schutte (University of Nebraska at Lincoln)

A More Rational Model of Categorization (Page 726)
Adam N. Sanborn (Indiana University)
Thomas L. Griffiths (Brown University)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)

Stereotypes: From an Illusory Stability to an Illusory Belief Account (Page 732)
Sofia Correia dos Santos (Universidade de Lisboa)
Sérgio Moreira (Higher Institute of Social Sciences and Organizational Studies)
Leonel Garcia-Marques (Universidade de Lisboa)

6.5-Months-Olds' Perception of Goal-Directed, Animated Motion (Page 738)
Anne Schlottmann (University College London)
Elizabeth D. Ray (University College London)
Jane Cownie (University College London)

Nonsense and Sensibility: Inferring Unseen Possibilities (Page 744)
Lauren A. Schmidt (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Charles Kemp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

The Influence of Lexical, Conceptual and Planning Based Factors on Disfluency Production (Page 750)
Michael J. Schnadt (Edinburgh University)
Martin Corley (Edinburgh University)

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)    (Return to Top)
Michael J. Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Hansjörg Neth (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Christopher W. Myers (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Issues in Reasoning about Iffy Propositions: Reasoning Times in the Syntactic-Semantic Counter-Example Prompted Probabilistic Thinking and Reasoning Engine (SSCEPPTRE) (Page 762)
Walter Schroyens (Université de Montréal)
Aline Sevenants (University of Leuven)

The Influence of Explicit Markers on Slow Cortical Potentials During Figurative Language Processing (Page 768)
Christopher A. Schwint (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Todd R. Ferretti (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Albert N. Katz (University of Western Ontario)

Dual Processes, Development, and Scalar Implicature (Page 774)
Susan Scrafton (Durham University)
Aidan Feeney (Durham University)

Swimming in the Underlying Stream: Computational Models of Gaze in a Comparative Behavioral Analysis of Autism (Page 780)
Frederick Shic (Yale University)
Warren Jones (Yale University)
Ami Klin (Yale University)
Brian Scassellati (Yale University)

The Divergent-Reconvergent Model of Serial Order Encoding and Retrieval (Page 786)
Danke X. Shieh (University of California at San Diego)
Jeffrey L. Elman (University of California at San Diego)

From Recall to Discrimination: The Dynamic Neural Field Theory Generalizes Across Tasks and Development (Page 792)
Vanessa R. Simmering (University of Iowa)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa)
Gregor Schöner (Ruhr-University)

Cartesian 'Ideas' and the First (C17th) Cognitive Revolution (Page 798)
Peter Slezak (University of New South Wales)

Mind-wandering with and without Awareness: An fMRI Study of Spontaneous Thought Processes (Page 804)
Rachelle Smith (University of British Columbia)
Kamyar Keramatian (University of British Columbia)
Jonathan Smallwood (University of British Columbia)
Jonathan Schooler (University of British Columbia)
Brian Luus (University of British Columbia)
Kalina Christoff (University of British Columbia)

When Mr. Blicket Wants It, Children Are Bayesian (Page 810)
David M. Sobel (Brown University)
Sarah A. Munro (University of British Columbia)

Tools and Techniques for Quantitative and Predictive Cognitive Science (Page 816)
Terrence C. Stewart (Carleton University)

Learning New Words: Effects of Lexical Competition and Age of Acquisition (Page 822)
Jakke Tamminen (University of York)
M. Gareth Gaskell (University of York)

Feedback for Metacognitive Support in Learning by Teaching Environments (Page 828)
Jason Tan (Vanderbilt University)
Gautam Biswas (Vanderbilt University)
Daniel L. Schwartz (Stanford University)

Sudden and Gradual Processes of Insight Problem Solving: Investigation by Combination of Experiments and Simulations (Page 834)
Hitoshi Terai (Nagoya University)
Kazuhisa Miwa (Nagoya University)

What Changes When a Large Team Becomes More Expert? Analyses of Speedup in the Mars Exploration Rovers Science Planning Process (Page 840)
Irene V. Tollinger (NASA Ames Research Center)
Christian D. Schunn (University of Pittsburgh)
Alonso H. Vera (Carnegie Mellon University, NASA Ames)

Inhibition of Reach Plan on Goal Object Offset (Page 846)    (Return to Top)
Lari Vainio (University of Plymouth)
Rob Ellis (University of Plymouth)
Mike Tucker (University of Plymouth)

Knowing What's Going On. The Influence of Contextual Knowledge on the On-line Resolution of Structural Ambiguity (Page 852)
Nina Versteeg (Utrecht University)
Ted Sanders (Utrecht University)
Frank Wijnen (Utrecht University)

An Emergentist Account of Collective Cognition in Collaborative Problem Solving (Page 858)
John Voiklis (Columbia University)
Manu Kapur (Columbia University)
Charles Kinzer (Columbia University)
John Black (Columbia University)

Deontic Logic and Deontic Goals in the Wason Selection Task (Page 864)
Momme von Sydow (Universität Göttingen)
York Hagmayer (Universität Göttingen)

Grazing or Staying Tuned: A Stochastic Dynamic Model of Channel Behavior (Page 870)
Zheng Wang (Indiana University)
Jerome R. Busemeyer (Indiana University)
Annie Lang (Indiana University)

The Neural Basis of the Object Concept in Ambiguous and Illusionary Perception (Page 876)
Markus Werning (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
Alexander Maye (University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf)

Non-Native Language Processing Engages Mental Imagery (Page 882)
Kathryn B. Wheeler (University of Hawaii)
Diana Stojanovic (University of Hawaii)

Induction in Children and Adults (Page 888)
Catherine Jane Wilburn (Durham University)
Aidan Feeney (Durham University)

How Looking at Someone You Don't Know Can Help You to Recognize Someone You Do (Page 894)
Nathan Witthoft (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Jonathan Winawer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)

Modeling the Scheduling of Eye Movements and Manual Responses in Performning a Sequence of Discrete Tasks (Page 900)
Shu-Chieh Wu (San Jose State University)
Roger W. Remington (Johns Hopkins University)
Richard Lewis (University of Michigan)

Toward a Mental Decision Logic of the Small-Grand World Problem: Its Decision Structure and Arithmetization (Page 906)
Yingrui Yang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

A "Triangle Model" of Chinese Reading (Page 912)
Jianfeng Yang (Beijing Normal University)
Jason D. Zevin (Weill Cornell Medical College)
Hua Shu (Beijing Normal University)
Bruce D. McCandliss (Weill Cornell Medical College)
Ping Li (University of Richmond)

Statistical Cross-Situational Learning to Build Word-to-World Mappings (Page 918)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)

Learning Syntax-Semantics Mappings to Bootstrap Word Learning (Page 924)    (Return to Top)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)

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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