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CogSci 2008

30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

July 23-26, 2008    Washington, DC, USA


Author Index


Ueda, Kazuhiro

The Difference in Brain Activity by the Difference in Reading Speed (Page 2152)

The Difference in the Manner of Interacting with a Moving Robot Influences Animacy Perception (Page 2480)


Uesaka, Yuri

Does the Use of Diagrams as Communication Tools Result in Their Internalization as Personal Tools for Problem Solving? (Page 1711)


Uithol, Sebo

When Do We Stop Calling Them Mirror Neurons? (Page 1783)


Ullman, Michael

Children's Computation and Representation of Past Tense (Page 1369)


Ullman, Shimon

Recognition, Categorization, and the Emergence of Meaning (Page 377)


Underwood, Phyllis Swann

Examining First Grade Students' Reading Skill Growth through a Culturally-Responsive Vocabulary Intervention (Page 1742)


Urbas, Leon

A Model of Time-Estimation Considering Working Memory Demands (Page 1543)


Uttal, David

Pointing out the Role of Gesture in Spatial Development (Page 2040)

To Find Fault is Easy? The role of comparison in learning a geological structure (Page 1219)


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Vallabha, Gautam K.

Modeling Unsupervised Perceptual Category Learning (Page 1204)


Vallée-Tourangeau, Frédéric

Goal-Driven Hypothesis Testing in a Rule Discovery Task (Page 2122)


Van Assche, Fons

Semantic Convergence in the Bilingual Lexicon (Page 53)


van de Sande, Brett

Are Self-Explaining and Coached Problem Solving More Effective When Done by Pairs of Students Than Alone? (Page 2369)


Van De Sande, Brett

The Content of Self-Explanations While Studying Incomplete Worked-out Examples (Page 1680)


Van Dongen, Hans P. A.

Individual Differences in Sustained Vigilant Attention: Insights from Computational Cognitive Modeling (Page 2017)


Van Hoeck, Nicole

Children's Counterfactual Reasoning Strategy in Belief Contravening Problems (Page 1574)


van Lambalgen, Rianne M.

The Role of Attention in Nonspecific Preparation (Page 1525)


van Maanen, Leendert

The Picture-Word Interference Effect is a Stroop Effect After All (Page 645)


van Rijn, Hedderik

ACT-R Tutorial (Page 17)

Problem Representations in Multitasking: An Additional Cognitive Bottleneck (Page 2095)

The Picture-Word Interference Effect is a Stroop Effect After All (Page 645)


van Rooij, Iris

Identifying Sources of Intractability in Cognitive Models: An Illustration Using Analogical Structure Mapping (Page 915)


Vandekerckhove, Joachim

A Bayesian Approach to Diffusion Process Models of Decision-Making (Page 1429)


Vandist, Katleen

How Many Exemplars do we Need? Explorations with the 'Rex Leopold II' Model (Page 1473)


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Vankov, Ivan

Introducing Emotions in an Analogy-Making Model (Page 2485)


VanLehn, Kurt

Are Self-Explaining and Coached Problem Solving More Effective When Done by Pairs of Students Than Alone? (Page 2369)

Coordinating Principles and Examples through Analogy and Explanation (Page 2365)

The Content of Self-Explanations While Studying Incomplete Worked-out Examples (Page 1680)

They Were Trained, But They Did Not All Learn: Individual Differences in Uptake of Learning Strategy Training (Page 1389)


Vanpaemel, Wolf

Is Prototypical Typical? (Page 1875)

Modeling Typicality: Extending the Prototype View (Page 757)


Vatikiotis-Bateson, Eric

Crossed Hands Curve Saccades: Multisensory Dynamics in Saccade Trajectories (Page 369)


Vattam, Swaroop

Compound Analogical Design, Or How to Make a Surfboard Disappear (Page 781)


Veinott, Elizabeth S.

Cultural Mixture Modeling: Identifying Cultural Consensus (and Disagreement) Using Finite Mixture Modeling (Page 899)


Veksler, Bella Z.

Counting Sheep Is a Good Way to Get to Sleep, but the Occasional Aardvark Will Wake You Up: How a Salient Event Improves Performance (Page 637)

Issues in Acquiring Interactive Routines (Page 1100)


Veksler, Vladislav D.

BLOSSOM: Best Path Length on a Semantic Self-Organizing Map (Page 481)

Defining the Dimensions of the Human Semantic Space (Page 1282)


Verheyen, Steven

Learning a Hierarchical Organization of Categories (Page 751)


Vezneva, Milena

Analogy-Making in Children: The importance of processing constraints (Page 475)


Vibert, Nicolas

Effects of Orthographic and Semantic Distractors on Visual Search for Single Words (Page 363)


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Vigliocco, Gabriella

Inferring a Probabilistic Model of Semantic Memory from Word Association Norms (Page 1941)


Vinson, David

Inferring a Probabilistic Model of Semantic Memory from Word Association Norms (Page 1941)


Vlach, Haley A.

Context and Induction: The Impact of Background Context on Children's Category Learning (Page 1573)


Vlahovic, Tatiana

Effects of Category Learning on Similarity of Line Stimuli Representing Social Groups (Page 1190)


Voiklis, John

Cooperative Categorization (Page 1206)


von Sydow, Momme

The Bayesian Logic of Conjunction Fallacies: Probability Rating Tasks and Pattern-Sensitivity (Page 1795)


Vonk, Jennifer

The Phylogenetic Roots of Cognitive Dissonance (Page 1970)


Voorspoels, Wouter

Modeling Typicality: Extending the Prototype View (Page 757)


Vosniadou, Stella

Analogies Can Facilitate the Understanding of Counter-Intuitive Expository Texts (Page 1368)


Vosse, Theo G.

Parsing Verb-Final Clauses in German: Garden-path and ERP Effects Modeled by a Parallel Dynamic Parser (Page 261)


Vybornova, Olga

Multimodal Characterization of Breast Cancer Screening Anomalies (Page 2296)


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Waddell, Jennifer

Coordination and Self-Similarity of Verbal and Nonverbal Behaviors during Face-to-face Dyadic Conversation (Page 2491)


Wagster, John

Using Teachable Agent Feedback to Support Effective Learning by Teaching (Page 2381)


Waldmann, Michael R.

Structured Correlation from the Causal Background (Page 303)


Walenski, Matthew

Children's Computation and Representation of Past Tense (Page 1369)


Wallace, William A.

Understanding Complex Problem Solving: The Case of Ethics Decision-making (Page 2115)


Walsh, Matthew M.

Strategy Selection at the Technological Interface (Page 1259)


Wang, Hao-Chuan

Modeling Idea Generation Sequences Using Hidden Markov Models (Page 107)


Ward, Robert

Opponent Process Control in Linked, Dynamical Agents (Page 625)


Ward, Ronnie G.

Opponent Process Control in Linked, Dynamical Agents (Page 625)


Ward, Wayne

Enhancing Learning Using Adaptive Computerized Tutoring in K-12 Settings (Page 695)


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Ware, Colin

Crossmodal Binding in Working Memory (Page 2350)


Wareham, Todd

Identifying Sources of Intractability in Cognitive Models: An Illustration Using Analogical Structure Mapping (Page 915)


Warlaumont, Anne Sanda

Analysis of Infant Vocalizations using a Self-Organizing Map (Page 1391)


Was, Christopher A.

Increased Availability of Arithmetic Facts Following Working Memory Processing (Page 1480)

The Effects of Feedback Elaboration on the Giver of Feedback (Page 2375)


Watchorn, Rebecca

Conceptual Knowledge of Counting: How Relevant Is Order Irrelevance? (Page 1356)


Waterfall, Heidi

Variation Sets Facilitate Artificial Language Learning (Page 1011)


Waters, Andrew J.

Computational Modelling of Mental Imagery in Chess: A Sensitivity Analysis (Page 2324)


Watson, Christine E.

A Connectionist Account of Grammatical Category Deficits in Aphasia (Page 2190)


Watson, Marcus R.

Attentional Allocation During Feedback: Eyetracking Adventures on the Other Side of the Response (Page 345)


Weinberg, Joanne

Towards a Cognitive Science of Social Inequality: Children's attention-related ERPs and cortisol vary with their socioeconomic status (Page 211)


Weisberg, Deena Skolnick

Understanding Why: The cognitive science of explanation (Page 693)


Weisinger, Brian

New Perspective for Verb Learning (Page 2215)


Weiss, Daniel J.

Multi-Sensory Statistical Learning: Evidence for Modality-General Mechanisms (Page 1189)


Weiss, Rebecca J.

Crossed Hands Curve Saccades: Multisensory Dynamics in Saccade Trajectories (Page 369)


Wellman, Henry M.

Preschoolers Use Sampling Information to Infer the Preferences of Others (Page 1563)

The Function of Causal Explanatory Reasoning in Children (Page 1105)


Welsh, Matthew B.

Does Memory Mediate Susceptibility to Cognitive Biases? Implications of the Decision-by-Sampling Theory (Page 1498)

More-Or-Less Elicitation (MOLE): Testing a Heuristic Elicitation Method (Page 493)


Wennekers, Thomas

Brain Interactions of Language and Attention (Page 2174)


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Werner, Paige

You Drive all the Way to ...?!! Effects of Previous Environment and Travel Patterns on Spatial Scaling (Page 2048)


Werning, Markus

Complex Meanings First? On the Priority of Nouns in Language Acquisition and Evolution (Page 1288)


West, Robert L.

How Folk Psychology has Determined Evolutionary Theories about Altruism: An alternative perspective based on Buddhist theory (Page 1222)

Modeling The Fan Effect Using Dynamically Structured Holographic Memory (Page 385)


West, Samantha

The Phylogenetic Roots of Cognitive Dissonance (Page 1970)


Westermann, Gert

A Single-Mechanism Dual-Route Model of German Verb Inflection (Page 2209)

If You Haven't Got a Head, Get a Label! (Page 1960)

Mechanisms of Verb Inflection — Regular vs. Irregular or Easy vs. Hard? (Page 739)


White, Eliah

Multimodal Distance Perception is a Function of Multimodally Specified Effort (Page 1103)


Wichary, Szymon

Bottom-Up Model of Strategy Selection (Page 1517)


Wiener, Jan M.

Situated and Prospective Path Planning: Route Choice in an Urban Environment (Page 851)

The Integration of Spatial Information across Different Perspectives (Page 2031)


Wierzchon, Michal

A Connectionist Model of Artificial Grammar Learning: Simulations Based on Higham (1997) Indexes of Knowledge Representation (Page 1639)

The Stability and Strength of Knowledge Representation Acquired During Artificial Grammar Learning (Page 1645)


Wiese, Eva

Mapping and Inference in Analogical Problem Solving — As Much as Needed or as Much as Possible? (Page 927)


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Wiley, Jennifer

Learning from Scrolling Interfaces: Interactions with Working Memory Capacity (Page 2322)

To Understand Your Understanding, One Must Understand What Understanding Means (Page 817)

Upsides and Downsides of Gesturing in Problem Solving (Page 775)


Williams, Joseph Jay

Why Are People Bad at Detecting Randomness? Because it is hard (Page 1158)


Williams, Paul L.

An Embodied Dynamical Approach to Relational Categorization (Page 223)


Willits, Jon A.

Event Knowledge vs. Verb Knowledge (Page 2227)


Wills, Andy J.

The Influence of Perceptual Difficulty on Family Resemblance Sorting (Page 2273)


Wilson, Nick

The CLARION Cognitive Architecture: A Tutorial (Page 9)


Wisdom, Thomas N.

The Effects of Peer Information on Problem-Solving in a Networked Group (Page 583)


Wise, Barbara W.

An Evaluation of the Testing Effect with Third Grade Students (Page 1362)


Witherspoon, Amy

Adolescents' Use of Multiple Representations of Information in Self-regulated and Externally-Regulated Learning with Hypermedia (Page 2359)

The Role of Integration Scaffolding in Learners' Self-Regulated Learning with Multiple External Representations (Page 2352)

The Role of Prior Knowledge and System Structure on Self-Regulated Learning with Hypermedia (Page 2351)


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Woelki, Diana

Practice Effects on Interruption Tolerance in Algebraic Problem-Solving (Page 2316)


Wolf, Ann G.

The Strategy Behind Belief Revision: A Matter of Judging Probability or the Use of Mental Models? (Page 831)


Wolff, Phillip

The Recruitment of Language in the Perception of Objects (Page 2418)


Wolski, Piotr

Spatial Location Uncertainty as Modifier of Attentional Asymmetries (Page 2039)


Wood, Sharon

Modelling Attentional Networks: The Modulation Effects and Simulation of Alzheimer's Disease (Page 1102)


Woodward, Amanda L.

Action Anticipation and Interference: A Test of Prospective Gaze (Page 981)


Wooley, Ryan S.

Increased Availability of Arithmetic Facts Following Working Memory Processing (Page 1480)

The Effects of Feedback Elaboration on the Giver of Feedback (Page 2375)


Wray, Robert

Integrating Cognitive Architectures with External Environments: Approaches and Contributions to Validation (Page 913)


Wu, Jie

The Interaction Between Information and Intonation Structure: Prosodic Marking of Theme and Rheme (Page 1984)


Wu, Shu-Chieh

Top-Down and Bottom-Up Processes in Web Search Navigation (Page 1848)


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Xiang, Ming

Anticipatory Eye Movements Mediated by Word Order Constraints (Page 951)


Xiong, Liling

Mixed Effects of Distractor Tasks on Incubation (Page 1251)


Xu, Fei

Preschoolers Use Sampling Information to Infer the Preferences of Others (Page 1563)


Xu, Jing

A Formal Analysis of Cultural Evolution by Replacement (Page 1435)


Xu, Xu

Individual Differences in Language Processing: An Embodied Approach (Page 2197)

Individuals Vary in the Conception of Input-output Feature of Mental Processes (Page 2226)

The Relationship between Self-reflection and Performance on Cognitive Tasks (Page 2142)


Yamada, Seiji

People's Interpretations of Agents' Attitude from Artificial Sounds Expressed by Agents with Different Appearances (Page 2492)


Yamamoto, Naohide

Encoding Spatial Layout in the Dark: Robustness of Visual Spatial Learning (Page 2029)


Yamauchi, Kazunori

Cascade Effect in Perceiving Onset Timings of Others Responses and Feeling about Communication (Page 2448)


Yamauchi, Micihtsugu

Cognitive Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Others (KSAOs) Extracted from Corporate MBO Data (Page 2461)


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Yamauchi, Takashi

Category Labels Highlight Feature Interrelatedness in Similarity Judgment (Page 1862)


Yang, Jianfeng

Division of Labor between Semantics and Phonology in Normal and Disordered Reading Development Across Languages (Page 445)


Yao, Xin

Learning Words from Context (Page 1925)


Yaron, David

Development of Conceptual Understanding and Problem Solving Expertise in Chemistry (Page 1699)


Yassour, Yossi

Ambiguity Preference (Page 1250)


Yasuda, Tetsuya

Timing of Adults' Utterances and Interpretation of Word Meanings in a Discrepant Labeling Situation (Page 675)


Yeshurun, Yehezkel

Trade-off Between Capacity and Generalization in a Model of Memory (Page 391)


Yi, Sheng Kung Michael

Investigating Distributed Decisions Using Bandit Problem Environments (Page 2071)


Yokochi, Sawako

Transitions, analogical processes, and expertise in contemporary art: A detailed case study (Page 1745)


Yoshida, Hanako

Mutual Exclusivity in Adjective Learning: The Case of Bilingual Children and Monolingual children (Page 1963)


Yoshida, Hanako

New Perspective for Verb Learning (Page 2215)


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Yoshikawa, Yuichiro

Cascade Effect in Perceiving Onset Timings of Others Responses and Feeling about Communication (Page 2448)


Yu, Alfred B.

The Role of Animacy in Imagined Spatial Transformations (Page 2038)


Yu, Chen

Cross-Situational Statistical Learning from Noisy Input (Page 1938)

Embodied Cognition and Robotics Approaches to Human Cognition and Learning (Page 21)

Grounding Word Learning in Multimodal Sensorimotor Interaction (Page 1017)

Mutual Exclusivity in Cross-Situational Statistical Learning (Page 715)

Prior Knowledge Bootstraps Cross-Situational Learning (Page 1930)

Statistical Co-Learning of Visual and Linguistic Regularities to Improve Word-Learning (Page 1962)

Temporal Continuity in Cross-Situational Statistical Learning (Page 1612)

The Automaticity of Statistical Word Learning (Page 1940)

What You Learn Is What You See: Using Eye Movements to Study Infant Cross-Situational Word Learning (Page 1023)


Yu, Erica C.

Retrospective Evaluations of Gambling Wins: Evidence for a 'Peak-End' Rule (Page 77)


Yu, Na-Yung

Category Labels Highlight Feature Interrelatedness in Similarity Judgment (Page 1862)


Yuan, Jiahong

Relating Intonational Pragmatics to the Pitch Realizations of Highly Frequent Words in English Speech to Infants (Page 217)


Yuille, Alan

Sequential Causal Learning in Humans and Rats (Page 185)


Yurovsky, Daniel

Mutual Exclusivity in Cross-Situational Statistical Learning (Page 715)


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Zacks, Jeffrey M.

The Role of Animacy in Imagined Spatial Transformations (Page 2038)


Zahner, Doris

Using Diagrams to Design Information Systems (Page 2259)


Zaitchik, Deborah

Inhibitory Mechanisms and Impairment in Domain-Specific Reasoning: Studies of Healthy Elderly Adults and Patients with Alzheimer's Disease (Page 141)


Zapf, Jennifer A.

Phonological Constraints on Children's Use of the Plural (Page 41)


Zednik, Carlos A.

Dynamical Models and Mechanistic Explanations (Page 1454)


Zeigenfuse, Matthew D.

Finding Feature Representations of Stimuli: Combining Feature Generation and Similarity Judgment Tasks (Page 1825)


Zelinsky, Gregory J.

Classifying Objects Based on Their Visual Similarity to Target Categories (Page 1856)


Zengaro, Franco

Examining the Level of Aggression in Italian Professional Soccer (Page 2510)


Zengaro, Sally

Examining the Level of Aggression in Italian Professional Soccer (Page 2510)


Zettin, Marina

The Role of Cognitive Functions in Communication: The case of traumatic brain injury (Page 805)


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Zevin, Jason D.

Division of Labor between Semantics and Phonology in Normal and Disordered Reading Development Across Languages (Page 445)

Similarity Between Vowels Influences Response Execution in Word Identification (Page 1840)


Zhang, Bin

The Interaction Between Information and Intonation Structure: Prosodic Marking of Theme and Rheme (Page 1984)


Zhang, Wei

Classifying Objects Based on Their Visual Similarity to Target Categories (Page 1856)


Zhang, Yupin

Fast-Mapping and Reorganization: Development of Verb Meanings as a System (Page 35)


Zhao, Xiaowei

Early Lexical Development: A Corpus-Based Study of Three Languages (Page 1343)

Vocabulary Development in English and Chinese: A Comparative Study with Self-Organizing Neural Networks (Page 1900)


Zucker, Joel

Perceptual Learning in Mathematics Education (Page 2366)


Zuidema, Willem

Children's Grammars Grow More Abstract with Age (Page 47)


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