ICCS 2006

5th International Conference of the Cognitive Science 

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

Symposium/Workshop I: Culture and Cognition -- Session I

Cultural and Cognitive Structures of Human Languages -- Children's Understanding of Reciprocal Anaphors: Experimental Evidence (Page 1)
Meesok Kim (Sangji University)

Comprehension of Korean and English Relative Clauses (Page 1)
Sun-Young Lee (University of Maryland)

Diagrammatic Iconicity and Information Organization in Korean and English (Page 1)
Jeong-Hwa Lee (Korean Digital University)

Symposium/Workshop II: Culture and Language -- Session I

Culture and Cognition: Lexical and Morphological Processing in Different Languages (ICCS 2006 Symposium) (Page 9)
Jeung-Ryeul Cho (Kyungnam University)

Early Lexical Development: Parental Speech in Different Cultures (Page 9)
Ping Li (University of Richmond)
Shuxia Liu (University of Richmond)
Megan Kuhn (University of Richmond)

Korean Word Recognition and Lexical Representation (Page 9)
Kichun Nam (Korea University)
Heuseok Lim (Hanshin University)

Cross-Language Transfer of Morphological and Phonological Awareness (Page 9)
Jeung-Ryeul Cho (Kyungnam University)
Jee-Young Lee (Kyungnam University)

Symposium/Workshop III: Culture and Cognition -- Session 2    (Return to Top)

Culture and Cognition 2 (Page 13)
Hiroshi Yama (Kobe College)

Dealing with Contradiction in a Communicative Context: A cross-cultural study (Page 14)
Jean-Baptiste Van der Henst (Institut des Sciences Cognitives)
Hugo Mercier (Institut Jean Nicod)
Hiroshi Yama (Kobe College)
Yayaoi Kawasaki (Kobe College)
Kuniko Adachi (Kobe College)

Culture and Attention: Comparing Cultural Variations in Patterns of Eye-Movements between East Asians and North Americans (Page 16)
Takahiko Masuda (University of Alberta)

Self-Regulation Across Cultures: New Perspective on Culture and Cognition Research (Page 18)
Takeshi Hamamura (University of British Columbia)
Steven J. Heine (University of British Columbia)

Symposium/Workshop IV: Culture and Language -- Session 2    (Return to Top)

Language-Specific Semantics and Categorization (Page 21)

Influence of Language-specific input on spatial categorization: Categories on containment (Page 21)
Soonja Choi (San Diego State University)

How linguistic input shapes spatial categorization in infants and toddlers (Page 21)
Marianella Casasola (Cornell University)
Jui Bhagwat (Cornell University)

Removing the "Basic" and "Typical" in Noun Categories: ERP and Behavorial Studies with English and Chinese Speakers (Page 21)
Twila Tardif (University of Michigan)
Nina Simms (University of Michigan)
Chao Liu (University of Michigan)

Discussion (Page 21)
Laraine McDonough (City University of New York)

Symposium/Workshop V, VI, VII    (Return to Top)

Toward Social Mechanisms of Android Science (Page 23)
Karl MacDorman (Osaka University)
Hiroshi Ishiguro (Osaka University)

An Interactive Virtual Reality Platform for Studying Embodied Social Interaction (Page 23)
Hui Zhang (Indiana University)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)

Exploring Android Developmental Psychology in a Simulation World (Page 27)
Ben Goertzel (Virginia Tech)
Ari Heljakka (Novamente LLC)
Stephan Vladimir Bugaj (Novamente LLC)
Cassio Pennachin (Novamente LLC)
Moshe Looks (Washington University)

Disappearance of Inversiion Effect for Walking Animation with Robotic Appearance (Page 31)
Masahiro Hirai (The University of Tokyo)
Kazuo Hiraki (The University of Tokyo)

Mentalizing to Non-human Agents by Children (Page 35)
Shoji Itakura (Kyoto University & ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Lab.)
Takayuki Kanda (ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Lab.)
Hiroshi Ishiguro (Osaka University & ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Lab.)

Exploring the Aesthetic Range for Humanoid Robots (Page 39)
David Hanson (The University of Texas at Dallas)

An Inventory of Reported Characteristics for Home Computers, Robots, and Human Beings: Applications for Android Science and the Uncanny Valley (Page 43)
Christopher H. Ramey (Florida Southern College)

Subjective Ratings of Robot Video Clips for Human Likeness, Familiarity, and Eeriness: An Exploration of the Uncanny Valley (Page 48)
Karl F. MacDorman (Indiana University)

Symposium/Workshop VIII    (Return to Top)

Influence of Culture and Language on Concepts and Cognitive Functions (Page 52)
Mutsumi Imai (Keio University)
Barbara Malt (Lehigh Unviversity)

Core knowledge, Naming and the Acquisition of the Fundamental (Folk)biologic Concept 'Alive' (Page 53)
Sandra R. Waxman (Northwestern University)
Douglas L. Medin (Northwestern University)

Cultural Aspects in the Development of Children's Understanding of Folkbiology (Page 56)
Norbert Ross (Vanderbilt University)

Influence of Language, Culture, and Universal Cognitive Constraints on the Everyday Object Concepts (Page 58)
Mutsumi Imai (Keio University)
Henrik Saalbach (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)

Opening the Black Box on Language, Culture, and Thought (Page 60)
Barbara C. Malt (Lehigh Unviversity)

Symposium/Workshop IX    (Return to Top)

Internal Observation as a Method for Constructive Science

Endo-System View as a Method for Constructive Science (Page 63)
Hideyuki Nakashima (Future University -- Hakodate)
Masaki Suwa (Chukyo University)
Haruyuki Fujii (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Symposium/Workshop X    (Return to Top)

Remembering Giyoo Hatano: Going Beyond one Japanese Cognitive Scientist's Work (Page 73)
Naomi Miyake (Chukyo University)
Yoshio Miyake (Chukyo University)
Hajime Shirouzu (Chukyo University)

ICCS 2006 Posters    (Return to Top)

Reading Other's Intentions: An fMRI Study (Page 79)
Bruno G. Bara (University of Turin)
Mauro Adenzato (University of Turin)
Ivan Enrici (University of Turin)
Angela Ciaramidaro (University of Turin)
Lorenzo Pia (University of Turin)
Susanne Erk (Johann Wolfgang Goethe University)
Henrik Walter (Johann Wolfgang Goethe University)

The Uncanny Valley: Making Human-Nonhuman Distinctions (Page 81)
Julie Carpenter (University of Washington)
Matthew Eliot (University of Washington)
Daniel Schultheis (University of Washington)

Communicative Intents in Korean-speaking Typical and Autistic Children (Page 83)
Seong-Sook Cho (Dongguk University)
Sung-Hoon Kim (Dongguk University)
Sook-Whan Cho (Sogang University)

Different Mechanism of Covert and Overt Attention in Anxious and Non-anxious Population (Page 85)
Moon-gee Choi (Korea University)
Kichun Nam (Korea University)

Learning Probability Rules Using Feedbacks: What Kinds of Feedback and to Whom? (Page 87)
Kyung Soo Do (Sungkyunkwan University)
Jung-A Shim (Sungkyunkwan University)

Illusory Straight Gaze can Induce a stare-in-the-Crowd Effect (Page 89)
Hirokazu Doi (Nagasaki University)
Kazuhiro Ueda (The University of Tokyo)

Towards an Interactioal Model of Children's Relationships with Personified Adaptive Systems (Page 91)
Nathan G. Freier (University of Washington)

Students' Understandings of Collaborative Discourse for Learning Asynchronous Computer Conferences (ICCS 2006 Poster) (Page 93)
Nobuko Fujita (University of Toronto)

Motion induced Animacy Perception as Optimal Inference (Page 95)    (Return to Top)
Haruaki Fukuda (The University of Tokyo)
Kazuhiro Ueda (The University of Tokyo)

Exploring Android Developmental Psychology in a Simulation World (Page 97)
Ben Goertzel (Virginia Tech)
Ari Heljakka (Novamente LLC)
Stephan Vladimir Bugaj (Novamente LLC)
Cassio Pennachin (Novamente LLC)
Moshe Looks (Washington University)

Relcon: A Tensor Model of Relational Categorization (Page 99)
Brett Gray (University of Queensland)
William H. Wilson (University of New South Wales)
Graeme S. Halford (Griffith University)
J. E. McCredden (University of Queensland)

Web Browsing Experience and Viewpoint: An Eye-Tracking Study (Page 101)
Yoshiko Habuchi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Haruhiko Takeuchi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Muneo Kitajima (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

Prosody Based Speech Segmentation (Page 103)    (Return to Top)
Toshie Hatano (The University of Tokyo)

Observations vs. Interventions in Causal Induction: Heuristics in the Discrete and Continuous Paradigm Experiments (Page 105)
Masasi Hattori (Ritsumeikan University)

Causal Strength and Reliability: Two Processes in Causal Reasoning (Page 107)
Ikuko Hattori (Ritsumeikan University)
Masasi Hattori (Ritsumeikan University)
Marc Buehner (Cardiff University)

Disappearance of Inversion Effect for Walking Animation with Robotic Appearance (Page 109)
Masahiro Hirai (The University of Tokyo)
Kazuo Hiraki (The University of Tokyo)

Evaluating the Competence and Emotional Intelligence of Members in a Software Development Project (Page 111)    (Return to Top)
Shuhei Hiroi (Chiba Institute of Technology)
Masakazu Miyazaki (Chiba Institute of Technology)
Yoshihiko Koizumi (Chiba Institute of Technology)
Tsutomu Konosu (Chiba Institute of Technology)

Morphological Priming Effect on Korean Inflectional Ending Production and Mental Representations: fMRI Study (Page 113)
Yu Mi Hwang (Korea University)
Jung Moo Shin (Korea University)
Soo Mee Lim (Ehwa Women's University)
Keun Taek Ryu (Ehwa Women's University)
Hyunsoo Kang (Simens Korea)
Kwangoh Yi (Yeungnam University)
Kichun Nam (Korea University)

Possessor Relations and the Interpretation of Nominative NPs in Japanese (Page 115)
Yoko Iguchi (College of Linguistic Science)
Edson T. Miyamoto (College of Japanese Language and Culture)

Communicative Competence in ESL and Metaphoric Competence (Page 117)
Mutsumi Iijima (Matsue National College of Technology)
Patricia Joan Murrow (Matsue National College of Technology)

Development of Partitioning Skills (Page 229)    (Return to Top)
Baba Imiko (Tohoku University)
Iwasaki Syoichi (Tohoku University)

Developmental View of Aspectural Marking in Japanese- and English-language Narratives (Page 119)
Midori Inaba (Aichi University of Education)

A CSCL Environment that Promotes Metacognition among Learners in the Community of Practice (Page 121)
Mitsuyuki Inaba (Ritsumeikan University)

A Study on Strategies to Make Good Use of Android Science (Page 123)
Kayoko Ishii (National Institute of Science and Technology)

Effects of Learning Context on Judgment of Learning and Transfer of Cognitive Skill (Page 125)
Joo Young Jang (Yonsei University)
Suji Lee (Yonsei University)
Kyung Soo Lee (Yonsei University)
Young Woo Sohn (Yonsei University)

Memory Conjunction Error: Effects of Semantic Relatedness between Study and Test Compound Words and Warning against False Positives (Page 127)    (Return to Top)
Takashi Kato (Kansai University)

Evaluation of View Angle for a First-person Video to Support an Object-finding Task (Page 129)
Tatsuyuki Kawamura (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
Yasuyuki Kono (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
Masatsugu Kidode (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
Takahiro Ueoka (Tome R&D Inc.)

Segmentation of Korean Continuous Speech with Regard to PWC (Possible-Word Constraint) and Morphological Cues. (Page 131)
Sun mi Kim (Korea University)
Kichun Nam (Korea University)

Emotional Valence Priming Effect Reflected by Event-related Potentials (Page 133)
Choong-Myung Kim (Korea University)
Moongee Choi (Korea University)
Young Kon Sohn (Hanyang University)
Kichun Nam (Korea University)

The Effects of 2-second Learning 12 weeks before on a Recognition Test: The Perspective of the Manner of Study (Incidental Learning Vs. Intentional Learning) (Page 135)    (Return to Top)
Kitagaki Hiromitsu (Okayama University)
Terasawa Takafumi (Okayama University)

Effects of Reflective Verbalization on Insight Problem Solving (Page 137)
Sachiko Kiyokawa (University of Tokyo)
Midori Nakazawa (University of Tokyo)

Eye Movement in the Development of an Everyday Skill (Page 139)
Harumi Kobayashi (Tokyo Denki University)
Tetsuya Yasuda (Tokyo Denki University)

Do You Understand Spatial Terms Similarly? (Page 141)
Takatsugu Kojima (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

Do Infants Prefer Possible Human Movements? (Page 143)    (Return to Top)
Nobuko Komori (Kyoto University)
Jun'ichi Katayama (Toyohashi University of Technology)
Michiteru Kitazaki (Toyohashi University of Technology)
Shoji Itakura (Kyoto University & ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Lab.)

Development and Evaluation of an Exhaustive Recording-Retrieving System of Daily PC-related Activities (Page 145)
Hideki Kondo (Chukyo University)
Yoshio Miyake (Chukyo University)

Assessment of the Progress of Senility and Dementia Based on a Discourse Analysis (Page 147)
Toru Kunishige (Tokuyama College of Technology)
Toshihiko Maeda (Yamaguchi University)

Problem Representation and Categorization Training for Expert and Novice Problem Solving (Page 149)
Hee Seung Lee (University of California at Los Angeles)
Hye Bin Rim (Yonsei University)
Sun Mi Song (Yonsei University)
Su Ran Lee (Yonsei University)
Kyung Soo Lee (Yonsei University)

Development and Evaluation of a Multimedia Collocation Retrieval System for Language e-Learning as Contrasteed to Conventional Learning Environment (Page 151)    (Return to Top)
Sangmok Lee (Tohoku University)
Shigeru Sato (Tohoku University)

Can Semantic Information Guide Parsing in Korean: Effect of Animacy of the Sentential Subject (Page 153)
Yoonhyoung Lee (University of North Carolina)
Yuouan Kwon (Korea University)
Peter C. Gordon (University of North Carolina)

Eye-tracking and Protocol Analysis of Expertise in Air Traffic Control Situation Awareness (Page 155)
Seong Joon Lim (Yonsei University)
Ji Seon Shin (Yonsei University)
Joo Young Jang (Yonsei University)
Yong Sik Yoon (Yonsei University)
Hee Jin Park (Yonsei University)
Hong Chun Jung (Yonsei University)

Do People Pronounce Words in the Same Way? The Applicability of Phonological Rules in Reading Hangul Words (Page 157)    (Return to Top)
Yoo-Kyoung Lim (Ewha Womans University)
Hye-Won Lee (Ewha Womans University)

Visual Cues for Helping People to Focus Important Information on a Visual Display: an Evaluation Using Subjective Measure (Page 159)
Yuko Masakura (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Masayoshi Nagai (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Takatsune Kumada (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

Transferring an Established Curriculum from one University to Another: Extraction and evaluation of conditions for transferring (Page 161)
Hiroyuki Masukawa (Shizuoka University)

The Rhythmic Brain (Page 163)
Daniel G. Mauro (Carleton University)

A Bayesian View of the Alternative-Outcomes Effect (Page 165)
Kuninori Nakamura (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Kimihiko Yamagishi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Case Study of Salivary Cortisol as a Stress and Relaxation Marker (Page 167)
Shusaku Nomura (Shimane University)
Hidenori Tanaka (Muroran Institute of Technology)
Tomomasa Nagashima Nagashima (Muroran Institute of Technology)

Pilot Study of SIgA as a Stress Maker with Repetitive Saliva Collection (Page 169)
Shusaku Nomura (Shimane University)
Hidenori Tanaka (Muroran Institute of Technology)
Tohru Moriyama (Future University Hakodate)

Learning by Teaching: When passive observing through a medium can be more effective than doing (Page 171)    (Return to Top)
Sandra Y. Okita (Stanford University)
Daniel L. Schwartz (Stanford University)

Acquisition of Subjective Representation Using Body Parts by an Object (Page 173)
Hirotaka Osawa (Keio University)
Jun Mukai (Keio University)
Michita Imai (Keio University)

ROG: A reflective logging tool for sharing interpretations of a study scene (Page 175)
Tomoe Ozeki (Chukyo University)
Shinichi Tanaka (Chukyo University)
Naomi Miyake (Chukyo University)

Acquiring New Speech Sounds by Clustering (Page 177)
Yasuaki Sakamoto (The University of Texas at Austin)

Effect of Social Presence Caused by Non-Verbal Cues on a Bulletin Board System to Enhance Subsequent Communication (Page 179)
Kouki Sato (Nagoya University)

Aptitude Test as a Measure of Slip Proneness and Aging (Page 181)    (Return to Top)
Masayoshi Shigemori (Railway Technical Research Institute)

A Case of Learning Disorder as Absence of Connection in the Cerebrum (Page 183)
Takashi Shiida (Mind and Brain Research Center)
Masafumi Akisaka (University of Miyazaki)
Megumi Watanabe (Mind and Brain Research Center)

Why Do Illustrations Promote Text Comprehension? Motivation Effect and Elaboration Effect (Page 185)
Hideaki Shimada (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Muneo Kitajima (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

How Many Objects are there around a Baby? Developmental Study of a Child's Interaction with Things (Page 187)
Noriko Shingaki (Seijo University)
Hisao Nojima (Seijo University)

The Cerebral Activation of Picture Naming, Word Reading, Picture-Word Matching, and Semantic Categorization in Koreans (Page 189)    (Return to Top)
Hyojeong Sohn (Korea University)
Sungbum Pyun (Korea University College of Medicine)
Jaebum Jung (Korea University)
Kichun Nam (Korea University)

Comparing Multivariate Techniques for fMRI Data Analysis: A Simulation Study (Page 191)
Hye Won Suk (Seoul National University)
Cheongtag Kim (Seoul National University)

Attention and Error Repetitions (Page 193)
Satoru Suto (Chuo University)
Etsuko T. Harada (Hosei University)

Nonverbal Behaviors in Cooperative Work: Interaction in assembling a large object task (Page 195)
Noriko Suzuki (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology of Japan, ATR Cognitive Information Science)
Sadanori Ito (Tokyo University, National Institute of Information and Communication Technology, ATR Knowledge Science Laboratory)
Ichiro Umata (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology of Japan, ATR Cognitive Information Science)
Shoichiro Iwasawa (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology of Japan, ATR Cognitive Information Science)
Toshiro Kamiya (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
Tomoji Toriyama (ATR Knowledge Science Laboratories)
Kiyoshi Kogure (ATR Knowledge Science Laboratories)
Kenji Mase (Nagoya University, ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Laboratories)

Where People Inspire Each Other in Group Discussion: From the Design of "Answer-Answer Succession" (Page 197)    (Return to Top)
Kana Suzuki (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology)
Ikuyo Morimoto (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology)
Hiroko Otsuka (The Institute of Behavioral Science)
Etsuo Mizukami (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology)
Hitoshi Isahara (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology)

Gradual Development of Human-Agent Social Relationship (Page 199)
Satoshi V. Suzuki (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Hideaki Takeda (National Institute of Informatics)

Effects of Irrelevant Sounds on Text Comprehension and Memory after Reading Silently and Orally (Page 201)
Maiko Takahashi (The University of Tokyo)

The Role of Gestures in Spatial Representations Derived from Route and Survey Texts (Page 203)
Tatsuki Takenaga (University of Tokyo)

Investigating the Role of Selective Attention in Implicit Learning Using Overlapping Letter Strings (Page 205)    (Return to Top)
Daisuke Tanaka (University of Tokyo)
Sachiko Kiyokawa (University of Tokyo)
Ayumi Yamada (Gakushuin University)
Kazuo Shigemasu (University of Tokyo)

Distinguishable Functional Modes in the Human Processing of New Information contained in Pattern-based Structures (Page 207)
Sergey S. Tarasenko (Kyoto University)
Toshio Inui (Kyoto University)
Niyaz M. Abdikeev (Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics)

A Longitudinal Analysis of Inquiry Threads in the Knowledge Society Network (Page 209)
Chew Lee Teo (University of Toronto)
Jianwei Zhang (University of Toronto)
Huangyao Hong (University of Toronto)
Yongcheng Gan (University of Toronto)
Marlene Scardamalia (University of Toronto)

Academic Knowledge Ontologies and a Systems Solution (Page 211)
Akifumi Tokosumi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Naoko Matsumoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Miho Tomioka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Klaus Voss (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Causal Agents and the Individuation of Events in English, Chinese, and Korean (Page 213)    (Return to Top)
Phillip Wolff (Emory University)
Ga-hyun Jeon (Emory University)
Kathy Yeh (Emory University)

Organization of Utterances in Social Interactive Circumstances by the Freewheeling Chatting System (Page 215)
Yuji Yamada (Shizuoka University)
Yugo Takeuchi (Shizuoka University)

Parametrizing the Evaluability Hypothesis of Preference Reversals (Page 217)
Kimihiko Yamagishi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Yoshiro Kunitake (Nord Institute for Society and Environment)

An Adaptive Mental Model Acquired through Experiencing Different Interfaces (Page 219)
Yuya Yamanaka (Chukyo University)
Naomi Miyake (Chukyo University)

Individual Differences in Cognitive Styles for Visual Representation and Comparison (Page 221)
Jong Sung Yoon (Yonsei University)
Jae In Lee (Yonsei University)
Sun Min Cho (Yonsei University)
Seong Joon Lim (Yonsei University)
You Jin Kim (Yonsei University)

Syntactic Underspecification in a Neuro-Cognitive Model of Human Sentence Processing (Page 223)    (Return to Top)
Kei Yoshimoto (Tohoku University)
Shigeru Sato (Tohoku University)

Can Mind Be Liberated from von Neumann Computer Metaphor? (Page 225)
Jae-Myoung Yu (Seoul National University)
Cheongtag Kim (Seoul National University)

Using Virtual Humans to Study Embodied Social Interaction (Page 227)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)
Hui Zhang (Indiana University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)