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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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Uesaka, Yuri

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


Umata, Ichiro

Non-verbal Behaviors and Communication Strategies (page 1873)

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


Upal, M. Afzal

Report on the Cognition and Culture Workshop (page 57)

The Optimal Cognitive Template of Minimally Counterintuitive Narratives (page 1575)

What is More Memorable, Counterintuitive Concepts Interpreted Metaphorically or Literally? (page 1581)


Usher, Jeffrey

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


Utsumi, Akira

Predicative Metaphors Are Understood as Two-Stage Categorization: Computational Evidence by Latent Semantic Analysis (page 1587)


Uttal, David

Fostering Transfer of Knowledge in Education Settings (page 21)


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Vallana, Marianna

Communicative Ability in Schizophrenic Patients: Executive Function, Theory of Mind and Mental Representations (page 1593)


Vamvakoussi, Xenia

Interpreting the Sign of Algebraic Expressions (page 1723)


van den Herik, H. Jaap

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


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Van Dongen, Hans P. A.

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


van Rijn, Hedderik

ACT-R Tutorial (page 49)


VanLehn, Kurt

A Test of the Interaction Hypothesis: Joint-explaining vs. Self-explaining (page 1770)

Self-explaining in the Classroom: Learning Curve Evidence (page 1067)

The Impact of Explicit Strategy Instruction on Problem-solving Behaviors across Intelligent Tutoring Systems (page 167)


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Vanpaemel, Wolf

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

Representational Shifts During Category Learning (page 1599)


Varma, Keisha

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


Varma, Sashank

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

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


Veale, Tony

Learning to Understand Figurative Language: From Similes to Metaphors to Irony (page 683)


Veinott, Beth

Leaving the Store Empty Handed: Decision Field Theory and Choice (page 1876)


Veksler, Bella Z.

ProtoMatch: A Tool for Manipulating Eye, Mouse, and Keystroke Data (page 1877)


Veksler, Vladislav D.

A Proxy For All Your Semantic Needs (page 1878)

Categorization and Reinforcement Learning: State Identification in Reinforcement Learning and Network Reinforcement Learning (page 689)


Vieweg, Sarah E.

Criteria for Manual Clustering of Verb Senses (page 1744)


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Vigliocco, Gabriella

Evaluating the Contribution of Intra-Lingustic and Extra-Linguistic Data to the Structure of Human Semantic Representations (page 767)

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


Villeneuve, Crystal M.

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


Vinson, David

Evaluating the Contribution of Intra-Lingustic and Extra-Linguistic Data to the Structure of Human Semantic Representations (page 767)

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


Vitale, Michael R.

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


von Sydow, Momme

Testing Descriptive or Prescriptive Conditionals and Differential Effects of Frequency Information (page 1611)

The Bayesian Logic of the Conjunction Fallacy: Effects of Probabilities and Frequencies in Contingency Tables (page 1617)


Vosniadou, Stella

Interpreting the Sign of Algebraic Expressions (page 1723)


Vul, Edward

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


Vybornova, Olga

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


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Wade, Travis

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


Wagman, Jeffrey

A Pound of Lead Feels Heavier than a Pound of Feathers: A Potential Perceptual Basis of a Cognitive Riddle (page 1882)


Wagner, Laura

Lexical Contrast as a Diagnostic Measure of Verb Lexical Organization (page 1708)


Wagster, John

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

Do Learning by Teaching Environments with Metacognitive Support Help Students Develop Better Learning Behaviors? (page 695)


Wajima, Yuichiro

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


Wakefield, Lonnie A.

The Meaning of Before versus After (page 1883)


Wallace, William P.

Phenomenological Experiences Associated with the False Recall of Target Words for Semantically-Related Lists (page 1739)


Waller, Sara

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


Walsh, Michael

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


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Wang, Hao-Chuan

A Process Analysis of Idea Generation and Failure (page 1629)


Wang, Hongbin

Salience Based Hierarchical Spatial Representations (page 1635)


Wang, Zheng

Quantum Information Processing Theory (page 43)


Ward, Paul

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


Waterfall, Heidi

Characterizing Motherese: On the Computational Structure of Child-Directed Language (page 833)


Watling, Lawrence A.

The Role of Feedback in the Determination of Figure and Ground: A Combined Behavioral & Modeling Study (page 1641)


Waxman, Sandra R.

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


Welsh, Matthew B.

Efficacy of Bias Awareness in Debiasing Oil and Gas Judgments (page 1647)

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


West, Robert L.

Equivalance: A Novel Basis for Model Analysis (page 659)

MALTA: Enhancing ACT-R with a Holographic Persistent Knowledge Store (page 1433)

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


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Whitehouse, Peter

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


Wiley, Jennifer

Evidence for Incremental Restructuring in a Spatial Insight Problem (page 1732)

Spatial Abilities and Learning Complex Scientific Topics (page 1849)


Williams, Jennifer

The Memory Retrieval Debate Revisited: Is it Spreading Activation or Compound-Cue? (page 1885)


Williams, Joseph Jay

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


Willits, Jon A.

Distributional Statistics and Thematic Role Relationships (page 707)


Wills, A. J.

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


Wimmer, Marina C.

Investigating Children's Eye-Movements: Cause or Effect of Reversing Ambiguous Figures? (page 1659)


Windisch Brown, Susan

Criteria for Manual Clustering of Verb Senses (page 1744)


Winman, Anders

The Role of Short-Term Memory and Task Experience for Overconfidence (page 1769)


Wisdom, Thomas N.

Group Problem Solving Behavior in a Networked Puzzle Game (page 1665)


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Witherspoon, Amy

The Effectiveness of Modeling on Learner's Motivation and Self-Regulated Learning of Science with Hypermedia (page 1886)


Wolff, Phillip

Learning Causal Structure from Reasoning (page 713)


Wong, Alan C.-N.

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


Wong, Tsunhin

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


Wonnacott, Elizabeth

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


Woo, Yeon-Kyoung

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)


Wu, Jie

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


Wu, Sue-mei

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


Wu, Y.

Do Learning by Teaching Environments with Metacognitive Support Help Students Develop Better Learning Behaviors? (page 695)


Wu, Yanna

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


Xiao, Mei

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


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Xu, Jing

A Bayesian Analysis of Serial Reproduction (page 1889)


Yamada, Ayumi

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


Yamagishi, Kazuto

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


Yaner, Patrick W.

Visual Analogies at Multiple Levels of Abstraction (page 1671)


Yasuda, Tetsuya

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


Yoshida, Hanako

Attentional Highlighting as a Mechanism behind Early Word Learning (page 719)


Yoshikawa, Yuichiro

Social Reflex Hypothesis on Blinking Interaction (page 725)


Youm, Julie H.

Exploring How Agents-based Modeling and Culture Affects Children's Understanding of Complex Systems (page 1890)


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Yu, Chen

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

Infants Rapidly Learn Words from Noisy Data via Cross-Situational Statistics (page 653)

Two Views of the World: Active Vision in Real-World Interaction (page 731)


Yuille, Alan

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


Zahn, Carmen

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


Zapf, Jennifer A.

Meaning Matters In Children's Plural Productions (page 743)


Zengaro, Franco

Aggressive Behavior and Home Field Advantage in Italian Serie A Soccer (page 1891)


Zengaro, Sally A.

Aggressive Behavior and Home Field Advantage in Italian Serie A Soccer (page 1891)


Zhang, Qin

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


Zhao, Bo

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


Zhao, X.

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


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Zhu, Huichun

Task Influences on Category Learning (page 1677)


Ziemke, Tom

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


Zimmerman, Corinne

A Pound of Lead Feels Heavier than a Pound of Feathers: A Potential Perceptual Basis of a Cognitive Riddle (page 1882)

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

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

Rule Discovery in the Balance Task Depends on Strategy and Problem Complexity (page 1840)


Zirnstein, Megan

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


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