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CogSci 2007
The 29th Annual Conference 
of the Cognitive Science Society

Nashville, Tennessee, USA
August 1-4, 2007


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Kaastra, Linda T.

An Ecological Analysis of Music Making in Ensemble Rehearsals (page 1783)


Kalyuga, Slava

Evaluating Learner Cognitive Load Using Concurrent Verbal Reports (page 1784)


Kamawar, Deepthi

The Foundations of Numeracy: Subitizing, Finger Gnosia, and Fine Motor Ability (page 1385)

The Influence of Outcome Severity on Ascriptions of Intention & Punishment (page 1841)


Kamer, Jamie

Detecting and Resolving Informational Uncertainty in Complex Domains (page 1473)


Kaminski, Jennifer A.

Fostering Transfer of Knowledge in Education Settings (page 21)

The Effects of Learning Multiple Instantiations on Transfer (page 1139)


Kamiya, Toshiro

Nonverbal Behaviors in Cooperative Work: A Case Study of Successful and Unsuccessful Team (page 1527)


Kanwisher, Nancy

Temporal Selection is Continuous and Deterministic; Responses are Probabilistic (page 1880)


Kao, Yvonne S.

Sources of Difficulty in Multi-Step Geometry Area Problems (page 1145)


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Kapur, Manu

Complex Systems and the Cognitive Sciences: Potential for Pervasive Theoretical and Research Implications? (page 29)


Kaschak, Michael P.

Idiomatic Constructions, Visual Reference Worlds, and Language Learning (page 1782)


Kaufmann, Stefan

Effects of Fact Mutability in the Interpretation of Counterfactuals (page 941)

The Effect of the Speaker's Motivation on the Interpretation of Logical Connectives (page 1757)


Kawakami, Naoki

How Human can Discriminate between Convex and Concave Shape from the Tactile Stimulus (page 1820)


Kawamoto, Alan H.

A Unified Account of Segment Duration and Coarticulatory Effects in Speech Production (page 1151)


Kay, Paul

Color Naming is Near Optimal (page 15)


Kearney, Amanda

Physics is Harder than Psychology (Or Is It?): Developmental Differences in Calibration of Domain-Specific Texts (page 1683)


Keenan, Janice M.

The Compensatory Role of Prior Knowledge: How Topic Knowledge Can Speed Up Reading Rate in Children with Reading Disability (page 1816)


Kehler, Andrew

Pronoun Interpretation as a Side Effect of Discourse Coherence (page 617)


Keller, Frank

Against Sequence Priming: Evidence from Constituents and Distituents in Corpus Data (page 1421)

Eye-tracking Evidence for Integration Cost Effects in Corpus Data (page 947)


Kelly, Jonathan W.

Spatial Memories of Virtual Environments (page 1785)


Kemp, Charles

Learning Causal Schemata (page 389)

Learning Inductive Constraints: The Acquisition of Verb Argument Constructions (page 1836)


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Kershner, Jeffrey

Understanding Decrements in Knowledge Access Resulting from Increased Fatigue (page 329)


Khemlani, Sangeet

Thinking About Algorithms (page 1786)

Do Ducks Lay Eggs? How People Interpret Generic Assertions (page 395)


Khetarpal, Naveen

Color Naming is Near Optimal (page 15)

Indirect Evidence and the Poverty of the Stimulus: The Case of Anaphoric One (page 275)


Khoo, Bee Hong

Effects of Inter-associate Connectivity on the Persistence of False Recall (page 1031)


Kidoguchi, Hideki

Comprehension of Concrete and Abstract Action-Sentence (page 1863)


Kim, Jong W.

Automatically Recording Keystrokes in Public Clusters with RUI: Issues and Sample Answers (page 1787)


Kim, Min-Joo

The Effect of the Speaker's Motivation on the Interpretation of Logical Connectives (page 1757)


Kim, Say Young

Visual, Lexical, and Contextual Effects on Word Identification of Korean (page 1157)


Kim, ShinWoo

Causal Status, Coherence, and Essentialized Categories (page 1788)


Kim, Sung-il

On-line Assessment of Learner's Interest and Comprehension (page 1709)

The Relationship between Learner Characteristic and Interest in Teachable Agent (page 1887)

The Role of Reward in CAL Environment (page 1802)


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Kimball, Daniel R.

Testing the fSAM Model of False Recall: Association Strengths and True-False Correlations (page 1789)


Kimura, Yota

Comprehension of Concrete and Abstract Action-Sentence (page 1863)


King, Brandon

Facial Features for Affective State Detection in Learning Environments (page 467)


Kintsch, Walter

Statistical Semantic Representations (page 1)


Kiran, Swathi

Recovery from Brain Damage: The Role of Exemplar Typicality within Categories (page 10)


Kirlik, Alex

Immediate Interactive Behavior — How Embodied and Embedded Cognition Uses and Changes the World to Achieve its Goals (page 33)


Kirsh, David

Immediate Interactive Behavior — How Embodied and Embedded Cognition Uses and Changes the World to Achieve its Goals (page 33)


Kita, Sotaro

Does Sitting on Your Hands Make You Bite Your Tongue? The Effects of Gesture Prohibition on Speech During Motor Descriptions (page 1097)


Kitajima, Muneo

Motivation Effect of Illustrations in Text Comprehension: An Eye-tracking Study (page 1854)

MSA: Maximum Satisfaction Architecture: A Basis for Designing Intelligent Autonomous Agents on WEB 2.0 (page 1790)


Kiyokawa, Sachiko

Can Verbalization Improve Insight Problem Solving? (page 1791)

What is Really Learned in Artificial Grammar Learning? Implicit Intention for Learning in the Selective Attention Process (page 1545)


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Klahr, David

Cognitive Science and Student Learning in the Classroom (page 19)

Depicting Invisible Processes: The Influence of Molecular-Level Diagrams in Chemistry Instruction (page 1737)


Klein, Krystal A.

Hypothesis Testing and Associative Learning in Cross-Situational Word Learning: Are They One and the Same? (page 737)


Klenk, Matthew

Cognitive Modeling of Analogy Events in Physics Problem Solving From Examples (page 1163)


Kloos, Heidi

Evidence for "Dumb" Local-to-Global Integration in Children's Judgments about Motion (page 401)


Knott, Verner

Neural Effects of Nicotine during Auditory Selective Attention and the Stimulus-Filter Hypothesis: An Event-Related Potential Study (page 1879)


Kobayashi, Harumi

Hemodynamic Changes in the Prefrontal Cortex in Smooth and Non-smooth Performance Measured by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) (page 1856)


Koedinger, Kenneth

The FaCT (Fact and Concept Training) System: A New Tool Linking Cognitive Science with Educators (page 1379)

Sources of Difficulty in Multi-Step Geometry Area Problems (page 1145)

The Effect of Prior Conceptual Knowledge on Procedural Performance and Learning in Algebra (page 1714)


Kogure, Kiyoshi

Nonverbal Behaviors in Cooperative Work: A Case Study of Successful and Unsuccessful Team (page 1527)


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Koizumi, Ai

Emotional Stroop Task with Facial Expressions and Emotional Words (page 1792)


Kojima, Kazuaki

Can an AI System Facilitate Human Creative Generation? An Experimental Investigation in Mathematical Problem Posing (page 1169)


Kojima, Takatsugu

Construction of Acceptability Computation Algorithm for Projective Spatial Terms (page 1793)


Kokinov, Biocho

Analogical Mapping and Perception: Can Mapping Cause a Re-Representation of the Target Stimulus? (page 1175)


Kokinov, Boicho

Can Language be Replaced? Physical Representations of Relations Instead of Language Labels in Relational Mapping: Do They Help Young Children? (page 509)


Koller, Saskia M.

Do "Image Enhancement" Functions Really Enhance X-Ray Image Interpretation? (page 1301)


Koller, Saskia M.

Investigating Training and Transfer Effects Resulting from Recurrent CBT of X-Ray Image Interpretation (page 1181)


Kong, Ling-yue

Effect of Chinese Character Frequency on the Time Course of Phonological and Semantic Activation: An ERP Study (page 1794)


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Konkle, Talia

Normative Representation of Objects: Evidence for an Ecological Bias in Object Perception and Memory (page 407)


Kosev, Svetlin

Analogical Mapping and Perception: Can Mapping Cause a Re-Representation of the Target Stimulus? (page 1175)


Kostin, Irene

Reading Level Assessment for Literary and Expository Texts (page 1853)


Kotovsky, Kenneth

Understanding the Role of Open Goals in Problem Solving: Impasses and Hints (page 1817)


Kousta, Stavroula-Thaleia

When Skunks are Similar to Giraffes and When They Are Not: Grammatical Gender Effects on Bilingual Cognition (page 1187)


Krems, Josef F.

Changing Explanations in the Face of Anomalous Data in Abductive Reasoning (page 797)


Kriete, Trent

Impaired Cognitive Flexibility & Stimulus Overselectivity in Autism (page 1795)


Kriz, Sarah

The Role of Spatial Information in Referential Communication: Speaker and Addressee Preferences for Disambiguating Objects (page 1193)


Krumnack, Ulf

Using Gestalt Principles to Compute Analogies of Geometric Figures (page 1485)

Workshop on Analogies: Integrating Multiple Cognitive Abilities (AnICA07) (page 55)


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Kühnberger, Kai-Uwe

Principles for the Foundation of Integrated Higher Cognition (page 1796)

Using Gestalt Principles to Compute Analogies of Geometric Figures (page 1485)

Workshop on Analogies: Integrating Multiple Cognitive Abilities (AnICA07) (page 55)


Kunze, Sonja

Heuristics in Multi-attribute Decision Making: Effects of Representation Format (page 383)


Küpper-Tetzel, Carolina E.

Does the Perception of Spatial Relations Affect the Response Time for Abstract Concepts? (page 1797)


Kurby, Christopher A.

Individual Differences and the Impact of Forward and Backward Causal Relations on the Online Processing of Narratives (page 125)

Individual Differences in Comprehension Monitoring Ability during Reading (page 413)


Kuroda, Kow

Toward a More Textual, as Opposed to Conceptual, Approach to Metaphor Research: A case study of How to Cook a Husband (page 1199)

Role-denoting Nouns are more Suitable for Metaphoric uses than Object-denoting Nouns (page 1819)


Kurtz, Kenneth J.

Learning-Based Constraints on Graded Structure in Category Representations (page 1803)


Kusumi, Takashi

Comprehension of Concrete and Abstract Action-Sentence (page 1863)

Construction of Acceptability Computation Algorithm for Projective Spatial Terms (page 1793)

The Role of Autobiographical Memories in Story Comprehension (page 1871)


Kutas, Marta

Getting the Gist is not Enough: An ERP Investigation of Word Learning from Context (page 119)


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Lacroix, Joyca P. W.

Modeling Visual Classification using Bottom-up and Top-down Fixation Selection (page 419)


LaFevre, Jo-Anne

The Foundations of Numeracy: Subitizing, Finger Gnosia, and Fine Motor Ability (page 1385)


Laine, Tei

Decision and Learning Model Selection for Complex Adaptive Systems (page 1798)


Laird, John E.

A Hands-on Soar Tutorial (page 45)

Computational Modeling of Mood and Feeling from Emotion (page 461)

Is Cognitive Science the Right Method for AI? (page 2)


Lajoie, Susanne P.

Expert-Novice Differences in Mammogram Interpretation (page 65)


Landau, Barbara

Language and Vision: A Case Study of Interaction between Two Systems (page 1740)


Landauer, Thomas

Using Cognitive Science to Improve Reading Instruction and Reading Comprehension in School-Aged Learners (page 23)


Landy, David

How Space Guides Interpretation of a Novel Mathematical System (page 431)

The Alignment of Ordering and Space in Arithmetic Computation (page 437)

Grounding Symbol Structures in Space: Formal Notations as Diagrams (page 425)


Lang, Laura Hassler

Cognitive Basis for Expert and Superior Performance in Law Enforcement (page 1884)


Langley, Pat

Varieties of Problem Solving in a Unified Cognitive Architecture (page 11)


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Lara-Dammer, Francisco

The Mental Plane: A Model of Imagining Situations in Euclidean Geometry (page 1799)


Larreamendy-Joerns, Jorge

Learning Science in the Wild: Conversational Interactions during Biology Fieldwork (page 1800)


Lee, Carole J.

The Representation of Judgment Heuristics and the Generality Problem (page 1211)


Lee, Hee Seung

Causal Models Guide Analogical Inference (page 1205)


Lee, Michael D.

A Model of Building Representations for Category Learning (page 1605)

Adjusting the Spanner: Testing an Evidence Accumulation Model of Decision Making (page 533)


Lee, Sang Bok

Interpreting Acculturation Process: An Analogical Mapping Perspective (page 1801)


Lee, Sun-Young

On-line Assessment of Learner's Interest and Comprehension (page 1709)

The Relationship between Learner Characteristic and Interest in Teachable Agent (page 1887)

The Role of Reward in CAL Environment (page 1802)


Lee, Woogul

The Relationship between Learner Characteristic and Interest in Teachable Agent (page 1887)


Lee, Woo-Gul

On-line Assessment of Learner's Interest and Comprehension (page 1709)

The Role of Reward in CAL Environment (page 1802)


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Leech, David

Interactive Computer-Based Activities for Undergraduate Cog Sci Instruction: Training in their Use & Exploring Future Directions in their Development and Dissemination (page 51)


LeFevre, Jo-Anne

On-line Reference Assignment for Anaphoric and Non-Anaphoric Nouns: A Unified, Memory-Based Model in ACT-R (page 1403)


Leslie, Alan M.

Continuous Versus Discrete Quantity in Infant Multiple Object Tracking (page 161)


Leslie, Sarah-Jane

Do Ducks Lay Eggs? How People Interpret Generic Assertions (page 395)


Leung, Beatrice

Revision of Simple Causal Hypotheses: Inferring Interaction Across Multiple Contexts (page 1223)


Levering, Kimery

Learning-Based Constraints on Graded Structure in Category Representations (page 1803)


Levin, Daniel T.

12-Month-Olds Detect Changes to Goal-Objects in Action (page 1773)

Attention as a Pecking Chicken: The Consequences of Change Blindness for Our Understanding of Real-World Vision (page 12)

Preschooler's Understanding of Robots in Comparison with Familiar Entities (page 1860)


Lewis, Gwyneth

Multimodal Communication in Face-to-Face Computer-Mediated Conversations (page 1235)


Li, Jobina

Driven to Distraction: Why do Head-Up Displays (HUDs) Impair Driving Performance? (page 1804)


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Li, Junlei

Cognitive Science and Student Learning in the Classroom (page 19)


Li, P.

Bilingual Lexical Representation in a Self-Organizing Neural Network Model (page 755)

Rumelhart Symposium: Language as a Dynamical System: In Honor of Jeff Elman (page 31)

Rumelhart Symposium: Language as a Dynamical System: In Honor of Jeff Elman (page 31)


Lightman, Erin J.

Using Computational Text Analysis Tools to Compare the Lyrics of Suicidal and Non-Suicidal Songwriters (page 1217)


Liljeholm, Mimi

Bayesian Models of Judgments of Causal Strength: A Comparison (page 1241)

Revision of Simple Causal Hypotheses: Inferring Interaction Across Multiple Contexts (page 1223)


Lim, Karam

On-line Assessment of Learner's Interest and Comprehension (page 1709)

The Relationship between Learner Characteristic and Interest in Teachable Agent (page 1887)

The Role of Reward in CAL Environment (page 1802)


Lim, Suejean

Weighing the Evidence: Children's Naïve Theories of Balance Affect Their Exploratory Play (page 113)


Lina, Jean-Marc

Creating Perceptual Features Using a BAM-inspired Architecture (page 1025)


Lindeman, Lisa M.

Difference in Action Tendencies Distinguish Anger and Sadness after Comprehension of Emotional Sentences (page 1325)


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Lindgren, Robb

Integer Comparison and the Inverse Symbolic Distance Effect (page 1875)

The Effects of Implicit Structure on Explicit Learning (page 1805)


Lindsey, Robert

A Proxy For All Your Semantic Needs (page 1878)


Lindström, Paulina

Illusion of Knowing-Same or Different Emotional Responses Compared to Knowing? (page 1806)


Lingyun, Zhang

Information Attracts Attention: A Probabilistic Account of the Cross-Race Advantage in Visual Search (page 749)


Linhares, Alexandre

Cognitive Reflection: the 'Premature Temperature Convergence' Hypothesis (page 1503)


Linn, Marcia

Applying a Cognitive Theory of Learning to Teachers' Knowledge Development (page 1874)


Linson-Gentry, Preston

Causal Beliefs Influence the Perception of Temporal Order (page 269)


Lintean, Mihai C.

Assessing Student Self-Explanations in an Intelligent Tutoring System (page 623)


Lipinski, John

A Behavioral and Computational Integration of Phonological, Short-Term Memory, and Vocabulary Acquisition Processes in Nonword Repetition (page 59)


Liu, Hsi-wen Daniel

Lower-level Cognition in Emotions (page 1807)


Liu, Lei

A Qualitative Analysis of Expert-Expert Differences in Understanding Aquariums (page 1265)


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Liu, Qiang

A Unified Account of Segment Duration and Coarticulatory Effects in Speech Production (page 1151)


Livingston, Kenneth

Interactive Computer-Based Activities for Undergraduate Cog Sci Instruction: Training in their Use & Exploring Future Directions in their Development and Dissemination (page 51)


Loewenstein, Jeffrey

Goal Framing Predicts Strategy Revision: When and Why Negotiators Reach Integrative Agreements (page 443)


Lombrozo, Tania

Simplicity and Probability in Children's Causal Explanations (page 1713)

The Effects of Mechanistic and Functional Explanations on Categorization (page 1808)


Longmore, Christopher A.

Free Classification: Evidence for an Analytic System of Overall Similarity Sorting (page 1809)


López, Ignacio

A Unified Framework for Perception in Autonomous Systems (page 1229)


Louwerse, Max M.

Multimodal Communication in Face-to-Face Computer-Mediated Conversations (page 1235)


Love, Bradley C.

Feature Relations and Feature Salience in Natural Categories (page 593)

Relation-Based Categories are Easier to Learn than Feature-Based Categories (page 1557)

Translating From Perceptual to Cognitive Coding (page 929)

Behaviorism Reborn? Statistical Learning as Simple Conditioning (page 335)


Lovett, Andrew

Analogy with Qualitative Spatial Representations Can Simulate Solving Raven's Progressive Matrices (page 449)


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Lozano, Sandra

Time in Two Dimensions: Automatic Activation of Spatial Schemas for Temporal Concepts (page 1718)

Embodiment of Abstract Concepts (page 1717)

Meaning and Motor Action (page 149)


Lu, Hongjing

Bayesian Models of Judgments of Causal Strength: A Comparison (page 1241)


Lu, Shulan

The Meaning of Before versus After (page 1883)


Lucas, Chris G.

Learning the Functional Form of Causal Relationships (page 1810)


Luo, Jun

Object Permanence as Relational Stability or How to Get Representation from the Dynamics of Embodiment (page 455)


Lupyan, Gary

Reuniting Categories, Language, and Perception (page 1247)


Lyon, Don R.

Visualizing Egocentric vs. Exocentric Path Descriptions (page 1811)


Mack, Michael L.

Distinguishing Between Perceptual and Decisional Sources of Holism in Face Processing (page 1427)

Unraveling the Time-course of Perceptual Categorization: Does Fastest Mean First? (page 1253)


Mackay, Marisa Maio

Understanding User Behavior Using Cognitive Models (page 527)


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Macken, William J.

Adult Dyslexics' Visuo-Spatial Serial Memory: Evidence of Intact Non-Verbal Encoding? (page 1814)


Macq, Benoit

Contextual Information Sharing in Natural Language and Gesture Crossmodal Integration for Aged People Assistive Home Care Application (page 1881)


MacWhinney, Brian

The FaCT (Fact and Concept Training) System: A New Tool Linking Cognitive Science with Educators (page 1379)


Maddox, W Todd

Mathematical Models of Visual Category Learning Enhance fMRI Data Analysis (page 539)

A Computational Model of the Motivation-learning Interface (page 1439)

Translating From Perceptual to Cognitive Coding (page 929)


Magaro, Cressida

Cognitive Science and Student Learning in the Classroom (page 19)


Maglio, Paul P.

Semantics in the Wild (page 27)


Magnani, Lorenzo

Multimodal Abduction External Semiotic Anchors and Hybrid Representations (page 13)


Mahabal, Abhijit

Benefits of Incorporating a Stream of Thought: A Case Study (page 1259)


Malmberg, Ken

Is Memory for Emotional Words Enhanced or Biased? (page 1715)


Malt, Barbara

Semantic Convergence in Bilinguals (page 1702)


Manalo, Emmanuel

Peer Instruction as a Way of Promoting Spontaneous Use of Diagrams When Solving Math Word Problems (page 677)


Mandel, David R.

Do Evaluation Frames Improve the Quality of Conditional Probability Judgment? (page 1653)


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Mansinghka, Vikash

Modeling Human Performance in Statistical Word Segmentation (page 281)

Learning Grounded Causal Models (page 305)


Manzoul, Waleed

Detecting and Resolving Informational Uncertainty in Complex Domains (page 1473)


Mappus IV, Rudolph L.

The First Second of Symmetry: Visual Search during Symmetry Verification (page 1733)


Marathe, Surabhi

A Qualitative Analysis of Expert-Expert Differences in Understanding Aquariums (page 1265)


Margoliash, Daniel

Complex Acoustic Pattern Learning in Songbirds and Humans (page 263)


Marinier, Robert P.

Computational Modeling of Mood and Feeling from Emotion (page 461)

A Computational Model of the Motivation-learning Interface (page 1439)

Buy a Relation, Get the Role Half Off: Instantiating Event Representations for Novel Denominal Verbs (page 1761)

Feature Relations and Feature Salience in Natural Categories (page 593)

Self-Construal and the Processing of Base Rate Information in a Contingency Learning Task (page 1759)


Marks, Tim K.

NIMBLE: A Kernel Density Model of Saccade-Based Visual Memory (page 77)


Martin, Corby K.

Memory Biases for Television Advertisements and Female Dietary Restraint (page 1729)


Martinez, Luis

Why do People Prefer Historically Intended Functions? (page 851)


Martinez-Papponi, Brenda

Verbal Ability and Structured Navigation on Learning with Hypertext (page 1271)


Masnick, Amy M.

Bias in Evaluating Research that Confirms or Disconfirms Prior Belief (page 1812)


Matlock, Teenie

Agents and Affordances: Listeners Look for What They Don't Hear (page 245)

How Spatial is Social Distance? (page 1813)

Semantics in the Wild (page 27)

Should I Call or Should I Email? (page 1766)


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Matsunaga, Rie

Incremental Process of Musical Key Identification (page 1277)


Matthews, Justin L.

How Spatial is Social Distance? (page 1813)


Matthews, Percival G.

To Teach by Concept or by Procedure? Making the Most of Self-Explanations (page 1283)


Mayr, Eva

Supporting Information Processing in Museums with Adaptive Technology (page 1289)


Mazlack, Lawrence J.

Reverse Engineering Humor (page 1866)


McCarthy, Philip M.

Are Seven Words All We Need? Recognizing Genre at the Sub-Sentential Level (page 1295)

Assessing Student Self-Explanations in an Intelligent Tutoring System (page 623)

Toward a New Readability: A Mixed Model Approach (page 197)

Using Computational Text Analysis Tools to Compare the Lyrics of Suicidal and Non-Suicidal Songwriters (page 1217)


McClelland, James L.

How Language Affects Thought in a Connectionist Model (page 215)

Making Extra- and Intra-Disciplinary Collaboration Work (page 37)


McCloskey, Michael

The Representation of Letter Position in Orthographic Representations (page 1751)


McCloy, Rachel

Deciding the Price of Fame (page 1001)


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McCurry, J. Malcolm

The Role of Spatial Information in Referential Communication: Speaker and Addressee Preferences for Disambiguating Objects (page 1193)


McDaniel, Bethany

Facial Features for Affective State Detection in Learning Environments (page 467)


McDonald, Emma

Adult Dyslexics' Visuo-Spatial Serial Memory: Evidence of Intact Non-Verbal Encoding? (page 1814)


McDonald Connor, Carol

Using Cognitive Science to Improve Reading Instruction and Reading Comprehension in School-Aged Learners (page 23)


McEldoon, Katherine

Depicting Invisible Processes: The Influence of Molecular-Level Diagrams in Chemistry Instruction (page 1737)


McHugh, Anna P.

A Cultural Schema Underlying Crowd Member Decisions in the Middle East (page 1857)


McIntosh, Judy

Neural Effects of Nicotine during Auditory Selective Attention and the Stimulus-Filter Hypothesis: An Event-Related Potential Study (page 1879)


McNamara, Danielle S.

Are Seven Words All We Need? Recognizing Genre at the Sub-Sentential Level (page 1295)

Assessing Student Self-Explanations in an Intelligent Tutoring System (page 623)

Individual Differences and the Impact of Forward and Backward Causal Relations on the Online Processing of Narratives (page 125)

Individual Differences in Comprehension Monitoring Ability during Reading (page 413)

Integrating iSTART into a High School Curriculum (page 809)

Quantifying Text Difficulty with Automated Indices of Cohesion and Semantics (page 233)

Toward a New Readability: A Mixed Model Approach (page 197)

Towards a Textual Cohesion Model that Predicts Self-Explanations Inference Generation as a Function of Text Structure and Readers' Knowledge Levels (page 815)

Using Computational Text Analysis Tools to Compare the Lyrics of Suicidal and Non-Suicidal Songwriters (page 1217)


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McNamara, Timothy P.

An Integrative Theory of Spatial Orientation in the Immediate Environment (page 1845)

Memory Systems Involved in Updating Multiple Object Locations (page 1846)

Spatial Memories of Virtual Environments (page 1785)


McRae, Ken

Rumelhart Symposium: Language as a Dynamical System: In Honor of Jeff Elman (page 31)


Mehlhorn, Katja

Changing Explanations in the Face of Anomalous Data in Abductive Reasoning (page 797)

The Activation of Hypotheses during Abductive Reasoning (page 803)


Meier, Anne

Information Pooling and Processing in Group Problem Solving: Analysis and Promotion of Collaborative Inferences from Distributed Information (page 473)


Meilinger, Tobias

Orientation Specificity in Long-Term-Memory for Environmental Spaces (page 479)

Signs and Maps – Cognitive Economy in the Use of External Aids for Indoor Navigation (page 377)


Melo, Hendrick

Cognitive Effects of Gaze Input and Stereoscopic Depth on Human-Computer Interaction (page 1888)


Meng, Qinggang

Cognitive in Chinese Medicine (page 1815)


Meyers, Chris

Gray Matters: Philosophical Thoughts on the Cognitive Neurosciences (page 41)


Michel, Stefan

Do "Image Enhancement" Functions Really Enhance X-Ray Image Interpretation? (page 1301)


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Michel, Stefan

Investigating Training and Transfer Effects Resulting from Recurrent CBT of X-Ray Image Interpretation (page 1181)


Miikkulainen, Risto

A Computational Model of the Motivation-learning Interface (page 1439)

A Subsymbolic Model of Language Pathology in Schizophrenia (page 311)


Millar, Anne

Neural Effects of Nicotine during Auditory Selective Attention and the Stimulus-Filter Hypothesis: An Event-Related Potential Study (page 1879)


Miller, Amanda C.

The Compensatory Role of Prior Knowledge: How Topic Knowledge Can Speed Up Reading Rate in Children with Reading Disability (page 1816)


Milovanovic, Goran

Bias Toward Sufficiency and Completeness in Causal Explanations (page 1843)


Milton, Fraser

Free Classification: Evidence for an Analytic System of Overall Similarity Sorting (page 1809)


Misyak, Jennifer B.

Extending Statistical Learning Farther and Further: Long-Distance Dependencies, and Individual Differences in Statistical Learning and Language (page 1307)


Miwa, Kazuhisa

Can an AI System Facilitate Human Creative Generation? An Experimental Investigation in Mathematical Problem Posing (page 1169)


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Miyake, Naomi

Developing Question Asking Skills through Collaboration (page 14)


Mizuno, Tota

The Integration of Salivery Immunoglobulin A by the Repetitive Stressful Task (page 1349)


Möbius, Bernd

Towards a Unified Exemplar-Theoretic Model of Phonetic and Syntactic Phenomena (page 1461)


Moncarey, Ronald

Contextual Information Sharing in Natural Language and Gesture Crossmodal Integration for Aged People Assistive Home Care Application (page 1881)


Monroe, Andrew

Physics is Harder than Psychology (Or Is It?): Developmental Differences in Calibration of Domain-Specific Texts (page 1683)


Monroe, Brian M.

A Connectionist Model of Attitude Strength and Change (page 1313)

Modeling Cognitive Dissonance Using a Recurrent Neural Network Model with Learning (page 587)


Moos, Daniel C.

External Regulating Agents' Adaptive Content and Process Scaffolding: The Key to Fostering Mental Model Development during Hypermedia Learning (page 71)


Morgan, Bent

Cognitive Science and Student Learning in the Classroom (page 19)


Morita, Junya

A Study on Creativity in Comparison with Linguistic Interpretation Process (page 1319)


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Morrison, Frederick J.

Using Cognitive Science to Improve Reading Instruction and Reading Comprehension in School-Aged Learners (page 23)


Morse, Anthony F.

Cognitive Robotics, Enactive Perception, and Learning in the Real World (page 485)


Moss, Jarrod

Understanding the Role of Open Goals in Problem Solving: Impasses and Hints (page 1817)


Motyka, Laura

The Interaction of Food-Quantity Differences and Temporal Presentation on the Amount of Food People Consume (page 881)


Mouilso, Emily

Difference in Action Tendencies Distinguish Anger and Sadness after Comprehension of Emotional Sentences (page 1325)


Mozer, Michael C.

A Bayesian Perspective on Cognitive Control (page 1844)

Top-Down Modulation of Neural Responses in Visual Perception: A Computational Exploration (page 491)


Mueller, Shane T.

Incorporating Connotation of Meaning into Models of Semantic Representation: An Application in Text Corpus Analysis (page 497)


Munnich, Edward

Surprise, Surprise: The Role of Surprising Numerical Feedback in Belief Change (page 503)


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Murakami, Hiroyuki

The Role of Low Frequency Waves on EEG Recordings during Stimuli of Sounds (page 1818)


Mutafchieva, Milena

Can Language be Replaced? Physical Representations of Relations Instead of Language Labels in Relational Mapping: Do They Help Young Children? (page 509)


Myers, Christopher W.

Are Eye Movements Involved in Cued Target Recall from Repeating Spatial Contexts? (page 515)


Nagai, Yukari

A Study on Creativity in Comparison with Linguistic Interpretation Process (page 1319)


Nagashima, Tomomasa

Quantitative Estimation of Illusionary Band on the Muller-Lyer Illusion (page 1827)


Nagayama, Yosuke

Can Verbalization Improve Insight Problem Solving? (page 1791)


Najarian, Kayvan

Correlations between Emotion Regulation, Learning Performance, and Cortical Activity (page 1764)


Nakagawa, Masanori

A Chaotic Neural Network Model of Insightful Problem Solving and the Generation Process of Constraints (page 1623)


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Nakamoto, Keiko

Comprehension of Concrete and Abstract Action-Sentence (page 1863)

Role-denoting Nouns are more Suitable for Metaphoric uses than Object-denoting Nouns (page 1819)

Toward a More Textual, as Opposed to Conceptual, Approach to Metaphor Research: A case study of How to Cook a Husband (page 1199)


Nakamura, Kunininori

Why is "Quite Certain" More Informative Than "Slight Possibility"? Information Theoretic Analysis of the Informativeness of Probability Statements (page 521)


Nakatani, Masashi

How Human can Discriminate between Convex and Concave Shape from the Tactile Stimulus (page 1820)


Nanay, Bence

Four Theories of Amodal Perception (page 1331)


Nathan, Mitchell J.

Intersubjectivity as a Basis for Gesture Production (page 1821)


Navarro, Daniel J.

Representational Shifts During Category Learning (page 1599)

Seeing is Believing: Priors, Trust, and Base Rate Neglect (page 701)

Unifying Rational Models of Categorization via the Hierarchical Dirichlet Process (page 323)

Understanding User Behavior Using Cognitive Models (page 527)


Nazaire, Mbame

Merological Morphogenesis and the Lexical Notions Meronym/Ameronym (page 1822)


Nazarczuk, Sadie N.

The Effects of Training Experience and Sense of Direction on Wayfinding Efficiency (page 1775)


Neath, Ian

Phonological Similarity Effects Without a Phonological Store: An Individual Differences Model (page 89)


Nelson, Melissa M.

The Nature of Feedback: Investigating How Different Types of Feedback Affect Writing Performance (page 1823)


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Nelson, Jr., Robert N.

Why Adult Language Learning is Harder: A Computational Model of the Consequences of Cultural Selection for Learnability (page 1337)


Neth, Hansjörg

Immediate Interactive Behavior — How Embodied and Embedded Cognition Uses and Changes the World to Achieve its Goals (page 33)


Newcombe, Nora S.

A Matter of Trust: When Landmarks and Geometry Are Used During Reorientation (page 581)


Newell, Ben R.

Adjusting the Spanner: Testing an Evidence Accumulation Model of Decision Making (page 533)

Inferring Properties when Categorization is Uncertain: A Feature-Conjunction Account (page 1073)


Nichols, William

Decision Making Using Learned Causal Structures (page 1343)


Niederhauser, Dale S.

Optimization of Cognitive Load in Conceptually Rich Hypertext: Effect of Leads (page 1705)


Noda, Kohei

An Application of Cognitive Emotional Agent Architecture to Corporate Human Resource Management (page 1824)


Noelle, David C.

Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Modeling Using Leabra In PDP++ (page 47)

Impaired Cognitive Flexibility & Stimulus Overselectivity in Autism (page 1795)


Nojima, Hisao

Age Differences in the Perception of Domain Names: Psychological Experiments on Internationalized Domain Names (2) (page 1825)

Danger in a House: A Toddler's Interaction with Possible Risks (page 1855)


Nokes, Timothy J.

Near-Miss versus Surface-Different Comparisons in Analogical Learning and Generalization (page 1826)


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Nomura, Emi M

Mathematical Models of Visual Category Learning Enhance fMRI Data Analysis (page 539)


Nomura, Shusaku

Evaluation of Human Stress with Salivary Alpha-amylase (page 1828)

Quantitative Estimation of Illusionary Band on the Muller-Lyer Illusion (page 1827)

The Integration of Salivery Immunoglobulin A by the Repetitive Stressful Task (page 1349)


Norbury, Heather M.

A Cross-Linguistic Comparison of Adults' Sensitivity to Fit (page 1829)


Novick, Laura R.

The Effects of Diagram Format on College Students' Understanding of Evolutionary Hierarchies (page 1830)


Nozawa, Akio

The Integration of Salivery Immunoglobulin A by the Repetitive Stressful Task (page 1349)


Nusbaum, Howard C.

Complex Acoustic Pattern Learning in Songbirds and Humans (page 263)

Speed Accomodation in Context: Context Modulation of the Effect of Speech Rate on Response Speed (page 641)


Odar, Cathleen

Evidence for "Dumb" Local-to-Global Integration in Children's Judgments about Motion (page 401)


O'Doherty, Kieran

Understanding User Behavior Using Cognitive Models (page 527)


Okita, Sandra Y.

The Mere Belief of Social Interaction Improves Learning (page 1355)


Oliva, Aude

Normative Representation of Objects: Evidence for an Ecological Bias in Object Perception and Memory (page 407)


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Oliver, William

The Dimensionality of Language (page 227)


Olney, Andrew

Distributional Statistics and Thematic Role Relationships (page 707)


Olsson, Anna-Carin

Social Decision Making Strategies in Internet Poker Playing (page 1831)


Onishi, Kristine H.

Strategies, Heuristics and Biases in Complex Problem Solving (page 917)


Onnis, Luca

Neural Responses to Structural Incongruencies in Language and Statistical Learning Point to Similar Underlying Mechanisms (page 173)


Opfer, John E.

What is the Trouble with Transfer? (page 545)

Why Children Make "Better" Estimates of Fractional Magnitude than Adults (page 1361)


Oppenheimer, Daniel M.

Application of Voting Geometry to Multialternative Choice (page 635)


Osman, Magda

Factors Mediating the Success of Observation-based Problem Solving (page 551)


Ozuru, Yasuhiro

Individual Differences in Comprehension Monitoring Ability during Reading (page 413)


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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