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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: Poster Presentations

Learning Melodic Expectancy: Musical Predictability in an SRN (Page 931)
Brandon Abbs (University of Iowa)
Prahlad Gupta (University of Iowa)

A Computational Model of the Metaphor Generation Process (Page 937)
Keiga Abe (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Kayo Sakamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Masanori Nakagawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Absolute Identification is Surprisingly Faster with More Closely Spaced Stimuli (Page 943)
James S. Adelman (University of Warwick)
Neil Stewart (University of Warwick)

How Does Information about Creative Process Affect Audience Appreciation of Artwork? (Page 949)
Takumitsu Agata (Nagoya University)
Takeshi Okada (The University of Tokyo)

Making Implicit Assumptions Explicit in Verbal Insight Problem Solving (Page 955)
Afia Ahmed (Cardiff University)
John Patrick (Cardiff University)

Subjective Complexity of Categories Defined over Three-Valued Features (Page 961)
Cordelia D. Aitkin (Rutgers University)
Jacob Feldman (Rutgers University)

Emotion, Memory, and Religious Concepts (Page 967)
Peter F. Alfaro (Queens University Belfast)
Kenneth R. Livingston (Vassar College)

On the Types, Frequency, Uses and Characteristics of Meta-language in Conversation (Page 973)
Michael L. Anderson (University of Maryland)
Bryant Lee (University of Maryland)
Jon Go (University of Maryland)
Shuda Li (University of Maryland)
Ben Sutandio (University of Maryland)
LuoYan Zhou (University of Maryland)

The Fractal Fabric of Speech (Page 979)
Gregory G. Anderson (George Mason University)
Christopher T. Kello (George Mason University)

Contextual Interference within the Perceptual Span in Reading Japanese Text (Page 985)    (Return to Top)
Michiko Asano (The University of Tokyo)
Kazuhiko Yokosawa (The University of Tokyo)

Can Exposure to Post-outcome Information "Debias" the Hindsight Bias? (Page 991)
Ivan K. Ash (Old Dominion University)

The Effect of Head-direction Disparity in Spatial Reasoning about Described Environments (Page 997)
Marios N. Avraamides (University of Cyprus)
Melina-Nicole Kyranidou (University of Cyprus)

Does Implicit Metacognition Provide a Tool for Self-Guided Learning in Preschool Children? (Page 1003)
Frances Balcomb (University of Arizona)
LouAnn Gerken (University of Arizona)

Variations in Language Use across Gender: Biological versus Sociological Theories (Page 1009)
Courtney M. Bell (University of Memphis)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Developmental Accounts of Theory-of-Mind Acquisition: Achieving Clarity via Computational Cognitive Modeling (Page 1014)
Paul Bello (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Nicholas Cassimatis (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Reasoning with Internal and External Representations: A Case Study with Expert Architects (Page 1020)
Zafer Bilda (University of Sydney)
John S. Gero (University of Sydney)

A System-level Brain Model of Spatial Working Memory (Page 1026)
Alan H. Bond (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Developing Higher-Level Cognitive Theories by Reduction (Page 1032)
Tibor Bosse (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Catholijn M. Jonker (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Jan Treur (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Conceptual Complexity and the Bias-Variance Tradeoff (Page 1038)
Erica Briscoe (Rutgers University)
Jacob Feldman (Rutgers University)

Cognitive Models of the Effect of Audio Cueing on Attentional Shifts in a Complex Multimodal, Dual-Display Dual Task (Page 1044)
Derek Brock (Naval Research Laboratory)
Brian McClimens (Naval Research Laboratory)
Anthony Hornof (University of Oregon)
Tim Halverson (University of Oregon)

Out of the Mouths of Babes: The Effect of Source on 20-month-olds' Use of Mutual Exclusivity (Page 1050)
Chandra L. Brojde (University of Colorado)
Eliana Colunga (University of Colorado)

Unity of Consciousness (Page 1056)
Andrew Brook (Carleton University)
Paul Raymont (Trent University)

Object Files, Anchoring, Sortals and the Problem of Singular Perception (Page 1062)
Nicolas J. Bullot (University of British Columbia)

The Effect of Feedback and Financial Reward on Human Performance Solving 'Secretary' Problems (Page 1068)
James Campbell (University of Adelaide)
Michael D. Lee (University of California at Irvine)

Syntactic and Causal Constraints on the Necessity of Conditional Inferences by Readers (Page 1074)
Nicolas Campion (University of Paris)

A Catalytic Theory of Embodied Mind (Page 1080)
P. A. Carpenter (Carnegie Mellon University)
Christopher J. Davia (University of Sussex)

Awareness Yet Underestimation of Distractors in Feature Searches (Page 1086)
Daniel N. Cassenti (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)
Troy D. Kelley (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)
Thomas G. Ghirardelli (Goucher College)

Twists and Oliver Twists in Mental Rotation: Complementary Actions as Orphan Processes (Page 1092)
Sanjay Chandrasekharan (University of Allahabad)
Dilip Athreya (University of Allahabad)
Narayanan Srinivasan (University of Allahabad)

Explanation in Category Learning (Page 1098)    (Return to Top)
Seth Chin-Parker (Denison University)
Olivia Hernandez (Denison University)
Murray Matens (Denison University)

Neural Substrates of Cognitive Skill Learning in Healthy Young Volunteers (Page 1104)
Sang Soo Cho (Seoul National University)
Eun Jin Yoon (Seoul National University)
Yu Kyeong Kim (Seoul National University)
Sang Eun Kim (Seoul National University)
Jung-Mo Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)

Does Writing Improve as a Function of Number of Reviewers? (Page 1109)
Kwangsu Cho (University of Missouri)
Christian Schunn (University of Pittsburgh)

Comparison-Induced Distribution-Density Effects on Recall of Values from Memory (Page 1115)
Jessica M. Choplin (DePaul University)
Victoria Bolender (DePaul University)

Shaping Time: Conceptualizations of Time through Shape Metaphors (Page 1121)
Evangelia G. Chrysikou (Temple University)
Christopher H. Ramey (Florida Southern College)

Learning Auxiliary Fronting with Grammatical Inference (Page 1127)
Alexander Clark (University of London)
Rémi Eyraud (EURISE)

Modeling Emotion: Arousal's Impact on Memory (Page 1133)
Robert E. Cochran (Drexel University)
Frank J. Lee (Drexel University)
Eric Chown (Bowdoin College)

Is a Bear White in the Woods? Effects of Implied Perceptual Information on Stroop Color-Naming (Page 1139)
Louise Connell (Northumbria University)
Dermot Lynott (Northumbria University)

The Slippery Slope Argument – Probability, Utility & Category Reappraisal (Page 1145)
Adam Corner (Cardiff University)
Ulrike Hahn (Cardiff University)
Mike Oaksford (University of London)

Memory for Serial Order in Social Cognition: Does Order Matter When We Are Forming Impressions About Strangers? (Page 1151)
Rui S. Costa (Instituto Superior de Ciências do Trabalho e da Empresa)
Leonel Garcia-Marques (University of Lisbon)

The Role of Mouse Movements in Interactive Search (Page 1156)
Anna L. Cox (UCL Interaction Centre)
Mariana M. Silva (UCL Interaction Centre)

Feature-Semantic Gradients in Lexical Categorization Revealed by Graded Manual Responses (Page 1162)
Rick Dale (Cornell University)
Nicholas C. Hindy (Cornell University)
Michael J. Spivey (Cornell University)

Simulation of Explicit and Implicit Category Learning: Evidence for a Single Learning System (Page 1168)
Frédéric Dandurand (McGill University)

Haptic Pictures, Blindness, and Tactile Beliefs: Preliminary Analysis of a Case-Study (Page 1174)
Amedeo D'Angiulli (Thompson Rivers University)

Effects of Causal Strength on Learning from Biased Sequences (Page 1180)
David Danks (Carnegie Mellon University)
Samantha Schwartz (Carnegie Mellon University)

(Not) Learning a Complex (but Learnable) Category (Page 1186)
David Danks (Carnegie Mellon University)

Connectivity in Real and Simulated Associative Memories (Page 1192)
Neil Davey (University of Hertfordshire)
Lee Calcraft (University of Hertfordshire)
Rod Adams (University of Hertfordshire)

4-month-olds Discover Algebraic Patterns in Music That 7.5-month-olds Do Not (Page 1198)
Colin Dawson (University of Arizona)
LouAnn Gerken (University of Arizona)

Representation Across Time: Generalizing Temporal Effects on Perceived Similarity (Page 1204)
Samuel B. Day (Northwestern University)
Daniel M. Bartels (Northwestern University)

Asymmetric Categorization in the Sequential Auditory Domain (Page 1210)    (Return to Top)
Charles Delbé (LEAD-CNRS)
Emmanuel Bigand (LEAD-CNRS)
Robert M. French (LEAD-CNRS)

Probabilistic Reasoning in Preschoolers: Random Sampling and Base Rate (Page 1216)
Stephanie Denison (University of British Columbia)
Kathleen Konopczynski (University of British Columbia)
Vashti Garcia (University of British Columbia)
Fei Xu (University of British Columbia)

An Analysis of the CARIN Model of Conceptual Combination (Page 1222)
Barry Devereux (University College Dublin)
Phil Maguire (University College Dublin)
Fintan Costello (University College Dublin)
Arthur Cater (University College Dublin)

Some Problems with a Behavioristic Account of Early Group Pretense (Page 1228)
Kate Devitt (Rutgers University)

The Context Sensitivity of Experience Based Learning in Belief Revision (Page 1233)
Kristien Dieussaert (University of Leuven)
Debora Vansteenwegen (University of Leuven)
An Van Assche (University of Leuven)

Modeling Russian Verbs of Motion: An Analogical Account (Page 1239)
Inna Danielyan Dodge (Utah Technical College)
Deryle Lonsdale (Utah Technical College)

A Theory of Reflexive Relational Generalization (Page 1245)
Leonidas A. A. Doumas (Indiana University)
Miriam Bassok (University of Washington)
Amy Guthormson (University of Washington)
John E. Hummel (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Assigning Grade Levels to Textbooks: Is It Just Readability? (Page 1251)
David F. Dufty (University of Memphis)
Arthur C. Graesser (University of Memphis)
Max M. Louwerse (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Counterfactual Promises and Threats (Page 1257)
Suzanne M. Egan (University of Limerick)
Ruth M. J. Byrne (University of Dublin)

A Compositional Neural-network Solution to Prime-number Testing (Page 1263)
László Egri (McGill University)
Thomas R. Shultz (McGill University)

On Modeling Intentions for Prospective Memory Performance (Page 1269)
Renée Elio (University of Alberta)

Recurrent Networks and Natural Language: Exploiting Self-organization (Page 1275)
Igor Farkas (Saarland University)
Matthew W. Crocker (Saarland University)

What If Chinese Had Linguistic Markers for Counterfactual Conditionals? Language and Thought Revisited (Page 1281)
Gary Feng (Duke University)
Li Yi (Duke University)

Sampling Assumptions and the Size Principle in Property Induction (Page 1287)
Philip M. Fernbach (Brown University)

Automatic and Controlled Components of Judgment under Uncertainty (Page 1293)
Mário B. Ferreira (Alameda da Universidade)
Leonel Garcia-Marques (Alameda da Universidade)
Steven J. Sherman (Indiana University)
Margarida Garrido (ISCTE)

Use of Word Segmentation Cues in Adults: L1 Phonotactics versus L2 Transitional Probabilities (Page 1299)
Amy S. Finn (University of California at Berkeley)
Carla L. Hudson Kam (University of California at Berkeley)

Effects of Presentation Speed of a Dynamic Visualization on the Understanding of a Mechancial System (Page 1305)
Sebastian Fischer (Knowledge Media Research Center)
Richard K. Lowe (Curtin University)
Stephan Schwan (Knowledge Media Research Center)

Eyebrow Raising, Discourse Structure, and Utterance Function in Face-to-face Dialogue (Page 1311)
María L. Flecha-García (University of Edinburgh)

Automated Team Discourse Modeling: Test of Performance and Generalization (Page 1317)
Peter W. Foltz (New Mexico State University, Pearson Knowledge Technologies
Melanie J. Martin (California State University)
Ahmed Abdelali (New Mexico State University)
Mark Rosenstein (Pearson Knowledge Technologies)
Rob Oberbreckling (Pearson Knowledge Technologies)

Modeling Mate-Choice using Computational Temperature and Dynamically Evolving Representations (Page 1323)    (Return to Top)
Robert M. French (LEAD-CNRS)
Elif T. Kus (Bogaziçi University)

The Revision of Beliefs about Causes and Enabling Conditions (Page 1329)
Caren A. Frosch (University of Dublin)
P. N. Johnson-Laird (Princeton University)

"That Sounds Unlikely": Syntactic Probabilities Affect Pronunciation (Page 1334)
Susanne Gahl (Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology)
Susan M. Garnsey (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Cynthia Fisher (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Laura Matzen (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Effects of Writing on Conceptual Coherence (Page 1340)
David Galbraith (Staffordshire University)
Mark Torrance (Staffordshire University)
Jenny Hallam (Staffordshire University)

Implicit Familiarity Regulates Person Perception (Page 1346)
Teresa Garcia-Marques (Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada)
Diane Mackie (University of California at Santa Barbara)

How to Learn Good Cue Orders: When Social Learning Benefits Simple Heuristics (Page 1352)
Rocio Garcia-Retamero (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)
Masanori Takezawa (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)
Gerd Gigerenzer (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)

Collaborative Impression Formation and Recall of Impression-relevant Information (Page 1358)
Margarida Garrido (ISCTE)
Leonel Garcia-Marques (University of Lisbon)
David Hamilton (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Mário Ferreira (University of Lisbon)

Supporting Information Comparisons in Example-Based Hypertext Environments (Page 1364)
Peter Gerjets (Knowledge Media Research Center)
Katharina Scheiter (University of Tuebingen)
Julia Schuh (Knowledge Media Research Center)

Audio Speech Segmentation Without Language-Specific Knowledge (Page 1370)
Kevin Gold (Yale University)
Brian Scassellati (Yale University)

An Empirical Feasibility Study of the ARCADE System (Page 1376)
Richard M. Golden (University of Texas at Dallas)
Susan R. Goldman (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Intuitive Theories of Mind: A Rational Approach to False Belief (Page 1382)
Noah D. Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Chris L. Baker (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Elizabeth Baraff Bonawitz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Vikash K. Mansinghka (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Alison Gopnik (University of California at Berkeley)
Henry Wellman (University of Michigan)
Laura Schulz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Retrieval-Induced Forgetting in a Multiple-Trace Memory Model (Page 1388)
Collin Green (NASA Ames Research)
Aniket Kittur (University of California at Los Angeles)

Revealing Priors on Category Structures Through Iterated Learning (Page 1394)
Thomas L. Griffiths (Brown University)
Brian R. Christian (Brown University)
Michael L. Kalish (University of Louisiana)

Shared Features Dominate the Number-Of-Features Effect (Page 1400)
Ray Grondin (University of Western Ontario)
Stephen J. Lupker (University of Western Ontario)
Ken McRae (University of Western Ontario)

Grounded Representations for Sensory-Motor Learning: A Linguistic Approach (Page 1406)
Gutemberg Guerra-Filho (University of Maryland)
Yiannis Aloimonos (University of Maryland)

Where is Causality? (Page 1412)
Amal Guha (LIMSI)

Explaining Effective Learning by Analogical Reasoning (Page 1417)    (Return to Top)
Helmar Gust (University of Osnabrück)
Kai-Uwe Kühnberger (University of Osnabrück)

Synchronous vs. Conjunctive Binding: A False Dichotomy? (Page 1423)
Robert F. Hadley (Simon Fraser University)

Towards a Flexible, Reusable Model for Predicting Eye Movements During Visual Search of Text (Page 1428)
Tim Halverson (University of Oregon)
Anthony J. Hornof (University of Oregon)

Reading the Language of Action (Page 1434)
Bridgette Martin Hard (Stanford University)
Gabriel Recchia (Stanford University)

Modeling Category Learning with Exemplars and Prior Knowledge (Page 1440)
Harlan D. Harris (New York University)
Bob Rehder (New York University)

Nonconvergent Dynamics and Cognitive Systems (Page 1446)
Derek Harter (Texas A&M University)
Robert Kozma (University of Memphis)

In Darkness Visual-Auditory Fusion Variations in Space Depend on Relation between Unimodal Egocentric Reference Frames (Page 1452)
David Hartnagel (Université Paris 8)
Alain Bichot (Institut de Médecine Aérospatiale du Service de Santé des Armées)
Corinne Roumes (Institut de Médecine Aérospatiale du Service de Santé des Armées)

Expertise Development in Clinical Psychology (Page 1458)
Sabine Hauser (University of Freiburg)
Hans Spada (University of Freiburg)
Nikol Rummel (University of Freiburg)
Anne Meier (University of Freiburg)

Why Do Elaborative Dialogs Lead to Effective Problem Solving and Deep Learning? (Page 1464)
Robert G. M. Hausmann (University of Pittsburgh)

Participation, Precedence and Co-ordination in Dialogue (Page 1470)
Patrick G. T. Healey (University of London)
Greg J. Mills (University of London)

Differential Cue Salience, Blocking and Learned Inattention (Page 1476)
Andrew F. Heckler (Ohio State University)
Jennifer A. Kaminski (Ohio State University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (Ohio State University)

JPEX: A Psychologically Plausible Joint Probability EXtractor (Page 1482)
Sébastien Hélie (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Robert Proulx (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Bernard Lefebvre (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Expertise in Trained Dogs (Page 1488)
William S. Helton (Michigan Technological University)

Automatic Distillation of Musical Structures: Learning the Grammar of Music (Page 1494)
Ofir Hermesh (Tel Aviv University)
Ofer Shacham (Tel Aviv University)
Keren Mendiuk (Tel Aviv University)
Ben Sandbank (Tel Aviv University)

Semantic Packing As a Core Mechanism of Category Coherence, Fast Mapping and Basic Level Categories (Page 1500)
Shohei Hidaka (Kyoto University)
Jun Saiki (Kyoto University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)

Learning and the Evolution of Melodic Complexity in Virtuoso Jazz Improvisation (Page 1506)
Paul Hodgson (University of Sussex)

The Predominance of Nonstructural Factors in the Processing of Gapping Sentences (Page 1511)
John C. J. Hoeks (University of Groningen)
Petra Hendriks (University of Groningen)
Louisa J. Zijlstra (University of Groningen)

Implicit Information in Directionality of Verbal Probability Expressions (Page 1517)
Hidehito Honda (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Kimihiko Yamagishi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Don't Just Tell Them, Show Them! Teachers Can Intentionally Alter their Instructional Gestures (Page 1523)
Autumn B. Hostetter (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Kristen Bieda (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Martha W. Alibali (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Mitchell J. Nathan (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Eric J. Knuth (University of Wisconsin at Madison)

A Common Mechanism Is Possibly Underlying the Shift in Perceptual and Conceptual Judgment Produced by Irrelevant Information (Page 1529)
Penka Hristova (New Bulgarian University)
Boicho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University)

The Knowledge of a Chinese Reader Concerning how Chinese Orthography Represents Phonology (Page 1535)    (Return to Top)
Chih-Wei Hue (National Taiwan University)
Ming Lo (National Taiwan University)
Fang-Zhi Tsai (National Taiwan University)

The Influence of the Serial Order of Visual and Verbal Presentation on the Verbal Overshadowing Effect of Dynamic Scenes (Page 1539)
Markus Huff (Knowledge Media Research Center)
Bärbel Garsoffky (Knowledge Media Research Center)
Stephan Schwan (Knowledge Media Research Center)

Exploring the Effect of Copying Incomprehensible Exemplars on Creative Drawings (Page 1545)
Kentaro Ishibashi (University of Tokyo)
Takeshi Okada (University of Tokyo)

Working Memory and Persistent Inhibitory Set: An Individual Differences Investigation (Page 1551)
Syoichi Iwasaki (Tohoku University)
Yuka Kotozaki (Tohoku University)
Chen Bai (Tohoku University)

AutoTutor 3-D Simulations: Analyzing Users' Actions and Learning Trends (Page 1557)
G. Tanner Jackson (University of Memphis)
Andrew Olney (University of Memphis)
Arthur C. Graesser (University of Memphis)
Hyun-Jeong Joyce Kim (University of Memphis)

Recognizing Deception in Trajectories (Page 1563)
Jiun-Yin Jian (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Toshihiko Matsuka (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Jeffrey V. Nickerson (Stevens Institute of Technology)

The Effect of Delivery Method on Conceptual and Strategy Development (Page 1569)
Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk (The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology)
Mary Z. Last (The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor)
Risto Miikkulainen (The University of Texas at Austin)

Effects of Coherence Marking on the Comprehension and Appraisal of Discourse (Page 1575)
Judith Kamalski (Utrecht Institute of Linguistics)
Leo Lentz (Utrecht Institute of Linguistics)
Ted Sanders (Utrecht Institute of Linguistics)

Effects of Concreteness on Representation: An Explanation for Differential Transfer (Page 1581)
Jennifer A. Kaminski (Ohio State University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (Ohio State University)
Andrew F. Heckler (Ohio State University)

Productive Failure: A Hidden Efficacy of Seemingly Unproductive Production (Page 1587)
Manu Kapur (Nanyang Technological University)

Differentiating Animality from Agency Towards a Foundation for Cognition (Page 1593)
Fred Keijzer (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)

Context Effects on Frame Probability Independent of Verb Sense Ambiguity (Page 1599)
Frank Keller (University of Edinburgh)
Christoph Scheepers (University of Glasgow)

Grammatical and Coherence-Based Factors in Pronoun Interpretation (Page 1605)
Laura Kertz (University of California at San Diego)
Andrew Kehler (University of California at San Diego)
Jeffrey L. Elman (University of California at San Diego)

Assessing Preservice Teachers' Conceptual Change in an Internet-Based, Case Instructional Environment (Page 1611)
Charles K. Kinzer (Columbia University)
Manu Kapur (Nanyang Technological University)
Sarah Lohnes (Columbia University)
Dana W. Cammack (Montclair State University)
Stavroula Kontovourki (Columbia University)
Daniel Hoffman (Columbia University)
Selen Turkay (Columbia University)

Effects of Role Exchange between Task-doing and Observing Others on Insight Problem-Solving (Page 1617)
Sachiko Kiyokawa (The University of Tokyo)
Taro Izawa (The University of Tokyo)
Kazuhiro Ueda (The University of Tokyo)

Accessibility of Depicted Events Influences Their Priority in Spoken Comprehension (Page 1623)
Pia Knoeferle (Saarland University)
Matthew W. Crocker (Saarland University)

Deaf Readers' Lack of Implicit-Prosody Effects (Page 1629)    (Return to Top)
Mari Kobayashi (University of Tsukuba)
Edson T. Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba)
Kaori Sato (University of Tsukuba)

The Independence between the History of Usage of an Expression and Common Ground: A Processing Account for Pragmatic Effects on Comprehension (Page 1635)
Edmundo Kronmüller (University of California at Riverside)
Dale J. Barr (University of California at Riverside)

Ad-hoc Meaning Substitution Causes Shape and Material Biases: Computational Explanation for Emergence of Word Learning Biases (Page 1640)
Kosuke Kurosaki (Hokkaido University)
Takashi Omori (Tamagawa University Research Institute)

Multi-modal Cognitive Architectures: A Partial Solution to the Frame Problem (Page 1646)
Unmesh Kurup (Ohio State University)
B. Chandrasekaran (Ohio State University)

Exploring the Relationship Between Pain and Perception (Page 1652)
Alice I. Kyburg (University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh)

Knowledge-driven Gaze Control in the NIM Model (Page 1657)
Joyca P. W. Lacroix (Universiteit Maastricht)
Eric O. Postma (Universiteit Maastricht)
Jaap M. J. Murre (University of Amsterdam)

The Influence of Structural Support on the Evaluation of Analogical Inferences (Page 1663)
Jeffrey P. Laux (University of Texas)
Arthur B. Markman (University of Texas)

ACE: A Model of the Cognitive Strategies of a Contemporary Artist (Page 1669)
Jude Leclerc (University of Montreal)
Frédéric Gosselin (University of Montreal)

Face Matching Under Time Pressure and Task Demands (Page 1675)
Michael D. Lee (University of California at Irvine)
Robyn L. Vast (University of Adelaide)
Marcus A. Butavicius (Defence Science and Technology Organisation)

The Influence of Learning to Distinguish Categories on Graded Structure (Page 1681)
Kimery Levering (Binghamton University)
Kenneth J. Kurtz (Binghamton University)

Object Substitution Masking: When does Mask Preview work? (Page 1687)
Stephen W. H. Lim (National University of Singapore)
Chua Fook Kee (National University of Singapore)

Extended Perception (Page 1693)
Hsi-wen Daniel Liu (Providence University)

Dual Processes Mediate Discrimination and Generalization in Humans (Page 1699)
E. J. Livesey (University of Cambridge)
C. S. S. A. Mansi (University of Cambridge)
I. P. L. McLaren (University of Cambridge)

Automatic Categorization of Spatial Prepositions (Page 1705)
Kate Lockwood (Northwestern University)
Ken Forbus (Northwestern University)
Daniel T. Halstead (Northwestern University)
Jeffrey Usher (Northwestern University)

Acquiring New Musical Grammars: a Statistical Learning Approach (Page 1711)
Psyche Loui (University of California at Berkeley)
David Wessel (University of California at Berkeley)
Carla Hudson Kam (University of California at Berkeley)

Multimodal Communication in Computer-Mediated Map Task Scenarios (Page 1717)
Max M. Louwerse (Institute for Intelligent Systems)
Patrick Jeuniaux (Institute for Intelligent Systems)
Mohammed E. Hoque (Institute for Intelligent Systems)
Jie Wu (Institute for Intelligent Systems)
Gwyneth Lewis (Institute for Intelligent Systems)

Simulating Time-Course Phenomena in Perceptual Similarity via Incremental Encoding (Page 1723)    (Return to Top)
Andrew Lovett (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)
Kenneth Forbus (Northwestern University)

The Role of Overlap and End State in Perceiving and Remembering Events (Page 1729)
Shulan Lu (Texas A&M University)
Derek Harter (Texas A&M University)

Context Effects when Reading Negative and Affirmative Sentences (Page 1735)
Jana Lüdtke (TU Berlin)
Barbara Kaup (TU Berlin)

Modeling the Role of Unobserved Causes in Causal Learning (Page 1741)
Christian C. Luhmann (Vanderbilt University)
Woo-koung Ahn (Yale University)

How Many Rooms in an Octopus Apartment? Effects of Prosody on Conceptual Combination (Page 1747)
Dermot Lynott (Northumbria University)
Louise Connell (Northumbria University)

Modelling the Enemy: Recursive Cognitive Models in Dynamic Environments (Page 1753)
W. Joseph MacInnes (University of Toronto)

Human and Automated Indoor Route Instruction Following (Page 1759)
Matt MacMahon (The University of Texas at Austin)
Brian Stankiewicz (The University of Texas at Austin)

Surprise: Disconfirmed Expectations or Representation-Fit? (Page 1765)
Rebecca Maguire (University College Dublin)
Mark T. Keane (University College Dublin)

The Role of Ambiguity in the Interpretation of Noun-Noun Compounds (Page 1771)
Phil Maguire (University College Dublin)
Arthur W. S. Cater (University College Dublin)
Edward J. Wisniewski (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

A Synapse Plasticity Model for Conceptual Drift Problems (Page 1777)
Rudolph L. Mappus IV (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Ashwin Ram (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Cognitive and Emotive Empathy in Discourse: Towards an Integrated Theory of Mind (Page 1783)
Bilyana Martinovsky (University of Southern California)

Young Children's Implicit and Explicit Understanding of Speaker Knowledge (Page 1789)
Tomoko Matsui (Kyoto University)
Yui Miura (Kyoto University)
Peter McCagg (International Christian University)

A Prototype Model that Learns and Generalizes Medin, Altom, Edelson & Freko (1982) XOR Category Structure As Humans Do (Page 1795)
Toshihiko Matsuka (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Jeffrey V. Nickerson (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Jiun-Yin Jian (Stevens Institute of Technology)

Rich and Famous: Recognition-based judgment in the Sunday Times Rich List (Page 1801)
Rachel McCloy (University of Reading)
C. Philip Beaman (University of Reading)
K. Goddard (University of Reading)

Metamemory in Strategy Selection: Evidence for a Dissociation in Familiarity-Based Judgments Between Semantics and Item Activation Strength (Page 1806)
Alastair Mckenzie-Kerr (Cardiff University)
William J. Macken (Cardiff University)

As Useful as a Bicycle to a Fish: Exploration versus Constraint in Creativity (Page 1811)
Lorna McKnight (Lancaster University)
Thomas C. Ormerod (Lancaster University)
Corina Sas (Lancaster University)
Alan Dix (Lancaster University)

Strategies for Evaluating Opinions: A Cross-Cultural Study (Page 1817)    (Return to Top)
Hugo Mercier (Institut Jean Nicod)
Jean-Baptiste Van der Henst (Institut des Sciences Cognitives)
Hiroshi Yama (Kobe College)
Yayoi Kawasaki (Kobe College)
Kuniko Adachi (Kobe College)

The Impact of Semantic Neighborhood Density on Semantic Access (Page 1823)
Daniel Mirman (University of Connecticut)
James S. Magnuson (University of Connecticut)

Phonological Similarity Effects in Simple and Complex Word Spans (Page 1829)
Roopali Misra (National University of Singapore)
Winston D. Goh (National University of Singapore)

Chunking Patterns Reflect Effector-dependent Representation of Motor Sequence (Page 1835)
Krishna P. Miyapuram (University of Cambridge)
Raju S. Bapi (University of Hyderabad)
Kenji Doya (ATR International, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)

Why Form-Meaning Mappings Are Not Entirely Arbitrary in Language (Page 1838)
Padraic Monaghan (University of York)
Morten H. Christiansen (Cornell University)

Cross-Cuing versus Self-Cuing—What Enhances Performance in a Brainstorming Task? (Page 1844)
Sabine Ch. Mueller (University of Tuebingen)
Michael Diehl (University of Tuebingen)
René Ziegler (University of Tuebingen)

A Model of Syntactic Parsing Based on Domain-General Cognitive Mechanisms (Page 1850)
Arthi Murugesan (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Nicholas Cassimatis (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Analysing Group Creativity: A Distributed Cognitive Study of Joint Music Composition (Page 1856)
Shahin Nabavian (University of London)
Nick Bryan-Kinns (University of London)

Embodied Synchrony of Nonverbal Behaviour in Counselling: a Case Study of Role Playing School Counselling (Page 1862)
Chika Nagaoka (Kyoto University)
Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto University)
Masashi Komori (Osaka Electro-Communication University)

Retrieving of Remembrances via a Computational Cognitive Model of Knowledge Representation (Page 1868)
Mehdi Najjar (University of Sherbrooke)
André Mayers (University of Sherbrooke)

To What Extent is "Shang, Above" in Chinese Conceptualized? (Page 1869)
Priscilla Han Yuk Ngan (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales)

Factors that Influence Children's Acquisition of Adjective-Noun Order (Page 1875)
Elena Nicoladis (University of Alberta)
Mijke Rhemtulla (University of British Columbia)

Modeling Result-List Searching in the World Wide Web: The Role of Relevance Topologies and Trust Bias (Page 1881)
Maeve O'Brien (University College Dublin)
Mark T. Keane (University College Dublin)

Classroom Based Reading Strategy Training: Self-Explanation vs. a Reading Control (Page 1887)
Tenaha O'Reilly (University of Memphis)
Roger S. Taylor (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

The Remnants of Insight (Page 1893)    (Return to Top)
Thomas C. Ormerod (Lancaster University)
Edward P. Chronicle (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
James N. MacGregor (University of Victoria)

Asymmetrical Analogical Transfer in Insight Problem Solving (Page 1899)
Thomas C. Ormerod (Lancaster University)
Edward P. Chronicle (Lancaster University)
James N. MacGregor (Lancaster University)

How People Perceive Companies: Personality Dimensions as Fundamentals? (Page 1905)
Philipp E. Otto (University College London)
Nick Chater (University College London)
Henry Stott (University College London)

Dissociating Word Reading and Lexical Decision in Neglect Dyslexia: A Connectionist Account (Page 1910)
Giovanni Pagliuca (University of York)
Padraic Monaghan (University of York)

Is Time Going to Stand? Hebrew and English Speakers' Conceptions of Time (Page 1916)
Yulia Paluy (San Francisco State University)

Visual Search in Microscopy Implies High-Level Cognition (Page 1920)
John R. Pani (University of Louisville)
Julia H. Chariker (University of Louisville)
Natalie M. Claudio (University of Louisville)
Ronald D. Fell (University of Louisville)

Cognitive Processes in Quantitative Estimation: Analogical Anchors and Causal Adjustment (Page 1926)
Praveen K. Paritosh (Northwestern University)
Matthew E. Klenk (Northwestern University)

Impact of External Representation and Task on Graph Comprehension (Page 1932)
Avi Parush (Carleton University)
Leo Ferres (Carleton University)
Maria Rasouli (Carleton University)
Gitte Lindgaard (Carleton University)

The Impact of the Format of Covariation Information on Causal Inferences (Page 1938)
Teresa Payton (Kingston University)
Frédéric Vallée-Tourangeau (Kingston University)

Decomposing the Mean: Using Distributional Analyses to Provide a Detailed Description of Addition and Multiplication Latencies (Page 1944)
Marcie Penner-Wilger (Carleton University)
Jo-Anne LeFevre (Carleton University)

JUDGEMAP – Integration of Analogy-Making, Judgment, and Choice (Page 1950)
Georgi Petkov (New Bulgarian University)
Boicho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University)

Impact of Epistemological Beliefs on Hypertext Learning: A Pilot-Study (Page 1956)
Stephanie Pieschl (University of Muenster)
Elmar Stahl (University of Muenster)
Rainer Bromme (University of Muenster)

Dealing with Metonymic Readings of Named Entities (Page 1962)
Thierry Poibeau (Université Paris 13)

Grammar Induction Profits from Representative Stimulus Sampling (Page 1968)
Fenna H. Poletiek (Leiden University)
Nick Chater (University College London)

Differences in Deference: Essences and Insights (Page 1974)
Caroline Proctor (Yale University)
Frank C. Keil (Yale University)

Interactions between Nouns and Verbs in Interpreting Events (Page 1980)
Andrea S. Proctor (Northwestern University)
Lance J. Rips (Northwestern University)

Complexity in Spatial Reasoning (Page 1986)    (Return to Top)
Marco Ragni (University of Freiburg)
Thomas Fangmeier (University of Freiburg)
Lara Webber (University of Freiburg)
Markus Knauff (University of Freiburg)

Realizing Forgetting in a Modified Sparse Distributed Memory System (Page 1992)
Uma Ramamurthy (The University of Memphis)
Sidney K. D'Mello (The University of Memphis)
Stan Franklin (The University of Memphis)

Situated Learning and Galperin's Notion of Object-Oriented Activity (Page 1998)
Jana Rambusch (University of Skövde)

Working Memory: A Cognitive Limit to Non-Human Primate Recursive Thinking Prior to Hominid Evolution? (Page 2674)
Dwight W. Read (UCLA)

Understanding the Role of Structure in Concept Maps (Page 2004)
Thomas Reichherzer (Indiana University)
David Leake (Indiana University)

Computational Modeling of Variability in the Conservation Task (Page 2010)
Fiona M. Richardson (University of London)
Neil Forrester (University of London)
Frank D. Baughman (University of London)
Michael S. C. Thomas (University of London)

Effects of Working Memory Capacity on a Remote Associates Task (Page 2016)
Travis Ricks (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Kandi Jo Turley-Ames (Idaho State University)
Jennifer Wiley (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Lexicon and Syntax in a Bilingual Connectionist Network (Page 2021)
Valderes Aparecida Rinaldi (State University of Campinas)
Ricardo Basso Garcia (State University of Campinas)
Edson Françozo (State University of Campinas)

Amnesia, Memory, and the Implicit/Explicit Learning Distinction (Page 2026)
J. Brendan Ritchie (University of Manitoba)

A Microgenetic Study of the Conceptual Development of Inversion on Multiplication/Division Inversion Problems (Page 2032)
Katherine M. Robinson (University of Regina)

Categorization in Infancy: When Sounds and Labels Hinder Category Learning (Page 2038)
Christopher W. Robinson (The Ohio State University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (The Ohio State University)

Auditory Overshadowing and Categorization (Page 2042)
Christopher W. Robinson (The Ohio State University)
Calvin M. Timbrook (The Ohio State University)
Christopher W. Robinson (The Ohio State University)

Intentional and Incidental Classification Learning in Category Use (Page 2047)
Michael Romano (New York University)

Does Practice and Knowledge Equal Knowledge and Practice? (Page 2053)
Miriam Rosenberg-Lee (Carnegie Mellon University)
Marsha C. Lovett (Carnegie Mellon University)

The Human Speechome Project (Page 2059)
Deb Roy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Rupal Patel (Northeastern University)
Philip DeCamp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Rony Kubat (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Michael Fleischman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Brandon Roy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Nikolaos Mavridis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Stefanie Tellex (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Alexia Salata (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Jethran Guinness (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Michael Levit (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Peter Gorniak (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Is Recurrence Redundant? Revisiting Allen and Christiansen (1996) (Page 2065)
C. Anton Rytting (The Ohio State University)

Context and the Processing of Discourse: Priming and Genre Effects on Discourse Comprehension (Page 2071)    (Return to Top)
Eyal Sagi (Northwestern University)

Ambiguity and the Representation Problem (Page 2077)
Paul Saka (University of Houston)

The Effects of Negative Premises on Inductive Reasoning: A Psychological Experiment and Computational Modeling Study (Page 2081)
Kayo Sakamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Masanori Nakagawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Sizable Sharks Swim Swiftly: Learning Correlations through Inference in a Classroom Setting (Page 2087)
Yasuaki Sakamoto (The University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (The University of Texas at Austin)

Tracking Variability in Learning: Contrasting Statistical and Similarity-Based Accounts (Page 2093)
Yasuaki Sakamoto (The University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (The University of Texas at Austin)
Matt Jones (The University of Texas at Austin)

Dynamic Task Selection in Aviation Training (Page 2099)
Ron J. C. M. Salden (Carnegie Mellon University)
Fred Paas (Open University of the Netherlands)
Jeroen van Merriënboer (Open University of the Netherlands)

Finding Evidence of Deductive and Abductive Reasoning Abilities: An Experiment with Lateral-Brain-Damage Patients (Page 2105)
Franco Salvetti (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Nicolas Nicolov (Umbria Inc.)

Discovering Hidden Dispositions and Situational Factors in Causal Relations by Means of Contextual Independencies (Page 2111)
Manon J. Sanscartier (University of Saskatchewan)
Eric Neufeld (University of Saskatchewan)

A Methodological Alternative to Media Comparison Studies: Linking Information Utilization Strategies and Instructional Approach in Hypermedia Learning (Page 2117)
Katharina Scheiter (University of Tuebingen)
Peter Gerjets (Knowledge Media Research Center)
Brigitte Vollmann (Freie Universitaet Berlin)
Richard Catrambone (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Visual Attention and the Semantics of Space: Evidence for Two Forms of Symbolic Control (Page 2123)
Matthias Scheutz (University of Notre Dame)
Bradley Gibson (University of Notre Dame)

Automatic Classification of Transitivity Alternations in Child-Directed Speech (Page 2129)
Rose M. Scott (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Cynthia Fisher (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Inducing Low-level Schema Extraction with Artificial Suffixes (Page 2135)
Nada äeva (University of Stirling)
Vera Kempe (University of Stirling)
Patricia J. Brooks (City University of New York)

The Truth about Possibilities-based and Truth-based Truth Table Tasks (Page 2141)
Aline Sevenants (University of Leuven)
Walter Schroyens (University of Leuven)
Kristien Dieussaert (University of Leuven)
Walter Schaeken (University of Leuven)

Learning Cross-cutting Systems of Categories (Page 2146)
Patrick Shafto (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Charles K. Kemp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Vikash K. Mansinghka (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Matthew Gordon (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Linear Separability and Manifestations of Abstract Category Structures (Page 2152)
Shiina Kenpei (Waseda University)

Learning Representations of Orthographic Word Forms (Page 2158)
Daragh E. Sibley (George Mason University)
Christopher T. Kello (George Mason University)

Use of Cognitive Field Research Methods to Investigate Cultural Groups: The Case of Individual Decision Making in Middle Eastern Crowds (Page 2164)    (Return to Top)
Winston R. Sieck (Klein Associates)
Anna P. McHugh (Klein Associates)
Jennifer L. Smith (Klein Associates)

Using Latent Semantic Analysis to Estimate Similarity (Page 2169)
Sabrina Simmons (University of Warwick)
Zachary Estes (University of Warwick)

Generalizing from Simple Instances: An Uncomplicated Lesson from Kids Learning Object Categories (Page 2174)
Ji Y. Son (Indiana University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

An Embodied Approach to Cognitive Systems: A Dynamic Neural Field Theory of Spatial Working Memory (Page 2180)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa)
Gregor Schöner (Ruhr-University)

Proper Names in Slovene: Implications for Defaults in Inflectional Morphology (Page 2186)
Joseph Paul Stemberger (University of British Columbia)

Memory and Emotion in the Gambling Task: The Case for Dissociable Functions (Page 2192)
Andrea Stocco (Carnegie Mellon University)
Danilo Fum (University of Trieste)

Promoting Model-based Reasoning in Problem-based Learning (Page 2198)
Yanlong Sun (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Wendy Newstetter (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Nancy J. Nersessian (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Chance Discovery as a First Step to Economic Innovation (Page 2204)
Jyrki Suomala (University of California at Santa Barbara, Laurea University of Applied Sciences)
Vesa Taatila (Laurea University of Applied Sciences)
Reijo Siltala (University of Turku)
Soili Keskinen (University of Turku)

Tools and Artefacts - Knowing 'Where-from' Affects Their Present Use (Page 2210)
Tarja Susi (University of Skövde)

Perception of Linguistic and Affective Prosody in Younger and Older Adults (Page 2216)
Vanessa Taler (McGill University)
Shari Baum (McGill University)
Daniel Saumier (McGill University)

Processing Semantic Ambiguity: Different Loci for Meanings and Senses (Page 2222)
Jakke Tamminen (University of York)
Alexandra A. Cleland (University of York)
Philip T. Quinlan (University of York)
M. Gareth Gaskell (University of York)

Non-random Human Performance under Conditions of Lacking Information (Page 2228)
Sergey S. Tarasenko (Kyoto University)
Toshio Inui (Kyoto University)
Niyaz M. Abdikeev (Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics)

Improving Understanding of Science Texts: iSTART Strategy Training vs. a Web Design Control Task (Page 2234)
Roger S. Taylor (University of Memphis)
Tenaha O'Reilly (University of Memphis)
Mike Rowe (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

What is Modularity Good For? (Page 2240)
Michael S. C. Thomas (University of London)
Neil Forrester (University of London)
Fiona M. Richardson (University of London)

Lively Looks: Priming Preschoolers' Predictions of Post-verbal Arguments during Online Sentence Processing (Page 2246)    (Return to Top)
Malathi Thothathiri (Harvard University)
Jesse Snedeker (Harvard University)

Inductive Learning, Uncertainty and the Acquisition of Causal Models (Page 2251)
Manfred Thüring (Berlin University of Technology)
Uwe Drewitz (Berlin University of Technology)
Leon Urbas (Berlin University of Technology)

A Model of Dopamine and Uncertainty Using Temporal Difference (Page 2257)
Angela J. Thurnham (University of Hertfordshire)
D. John Done (University of Hertfordshire)
Neil Davey (University of Hertfordshire)
Ray J. Frank (University of Hertfordshire)

How Do Computational Models of the Role of Dopamine as a Reward Prediction Error Map on to Current Dopamine Theories of Schizophrenia? (Page 2263)
Angela J. Thurnham (University of Hertfordshire)
D. John Done (University of Hertfordshire)
Neil Davey (University of Hertfordshire)
Ray J. Frank (University of Hertfordshire)

Learning Abstract Relations Through Analogy to Concrete Exemplars (Page 2269)
Marc T. Tomlinson (University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)

Temporal Factorisation and the Dynamics of Cognitive Agent States (Page 2275)
Jan Treur (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Computational Exploration of Metaphor Comprehension Processes (Page 2281)
Akira Utsumi (The University of Electro-Communications)

Interactive Graphical Representations Support the Formulation of Sound Hypotheses in a Rule Discovery Task (Page 2287)
Frédéric Vallée-Tourangeau (Kingston University)
Teresa Payton (Kingston University)

Looking at Second Language Acquisition from a Functional- and Structural MRI Background (Page 2293)
Maurits van den Noort (University of Bergen)
Peggy Bosch (University of Bergen)
Kenneth J. Hugdahl (University of Bergen)

Yet Another Look at Thirty Categorization Results (Page 2299)
Wolf Vanpaemel (K.U. Leuven)
Sven Pattyn (K.U. Leuven)
Gert Storms (K.U. Leuven)

The Ballad of If and Since: Never the Twain Shall Meet? (Page 2305)
Sara Verbrugge (University of Leuven)
Walter Schaeken (University of Leuven)

Conversational Implicatures in Counterexample Retrieval: Working Memory and Crystallized Pragmatics (Page 2311)
Niki Verschueren (University of Leuven)
Walter Schaeken (University of Leuven)
Sara Verbrugge (University of Leuven)

Estimating Correlations and Reliabilities of Implicit and Explicit Tests Using a Latent Variable Approach (Page 2317)
Ingmar Visser (University of Amsterdam)
Ton Blaazer (University of Amsterdam)

Gender Differences in Learning the SPSS-Software (Page 2323)
Regina Vollmeyer (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University)
Margaret Imhof (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University)
Constanze Beierlein (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University)

The Problem of Metaconceptual Awareness in Theory Revision (Page 2329)
Stella Vosniadou (National Kapodistrian University of Athens)
Natassa Kyriakopoulou (National Kapodistrian University of Athens)

Planning with Information Access Costs in Mind (Page 2335)
Samuel M. Waldron (Cardiff University)
John Patrick (Cardiff University)
Andrew Howes (University of Manchester)
Geoffrey B. Duggan (University of Manchester)

Cognitive-Affective Interactions in Human Decision-Making: A Neurocomputational Approach (Page 2341)
Hongbin Wang (University of Texas Health Science Center)
Chance Coble (University of Texas Health Science Center)
Paul Bello (Air Force Research Laboratory)

Conflict Monitoring in a Dynamical Agent (Page 2347)
Ronnie Ward (Texas A&M University)
Robert Ward (University of Wales)

An Empirical Investigation into Spatial Reference Frame Taxonomy using Dialogue (Page 2353)
Matthew E. Watson (University of Edinburgh)
Martin J. Pickering (University of Edinburgh)
Holly P. Branigan (University of Edinburgh)

Phonological and Surface Dyslexia in a Single PDP Model of Reading (Page 2359)
Stephen R. Welbourne (University of Manchester)
Matthew A. Lambon Ralph (University of Manchester)

The Cognitive Accessibility of Synaesthetic Metaphors (Page 2365)    (Return to Top)
Markus Werning (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
Jens Fleischhauer (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)
Hakan Be?eo?lu (Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf)

Speaking Outside the Box: Learning of Non-native Phonotactic Constraints is Revealed in Speech Errors (Page 2371)
Christine A. Whalen (University of Wisconsin)
Gary S. Dell (University of Illinois)

When Three Heads Are Better Than Two (Page 2375)
Jennifer Wiley (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Melinda S. Jensen (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Grounding Language in Descriptions of Scenes (Page 2381)
Paul Williams (The University of Texas at Austin)
Risto Miikkulainen (The University of Texas at Austin)

Modeling Percentage Change of fMRI BOLD Signal and Reaction Time of a Dual Task with a Queuing Network Modeling Approach (Page 2387)
Changxu Wu (University of Michigan)
Yili Liu (University of Michigan)

Queuing Network Modeling of Reaction Time, Response Accuracy, and Stimulus-Lateralized Readiness Potential Onset Time in a Dual Task (Page 2393)
Changxu Wu (University of Michigan)

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Yili Liu (University of Michigan)

A Cross-Cultural Study on Conditional Reasoning and Hindsight Bias (Page 2399)
Hiroshi Yama (Kobe College)
Ken I. Manktelow (University of Wolverhampton)
Hugo Mercier (Institut Jean Nicod)
Jean-Baptiste Van der Henst (Institut des Sciences Cognitives)
Yayoi Kawasaki (Kobe College)
Kuniko Adachi (Kobe College)

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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