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CogSci 2008

30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

July 23-26, 2008    Washington, DC, USA

Poster Session I, Thursday, July 24th (5:30-7:00 PM)

Attention and Implicit Learning

Eye-tracking Analysis of Cue Competition Effects Reveals Learned Inattention (Page 1057)
Kelly M. Goedert (Seton Hall University)
Brianna M. Eiter (Hofstra University)

Assessing the Role of Estimation Strategy and Representation Format in Statistical Learning (Page 1058)
Mirta Galesic (Max-Planck Institute for Human Development)
Aron K. Barbey (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)
Frank Krueger (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)
Jordan Grafman (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)
Gerd Gigerenzer (Max-Planck Institute for Human Development)

What to Infer From an Inference (Page 1059)
Daniel A. Sternberg (Stanford University)
James L. Mcclelland (Stanford University)

An Iterated Learning Model of the Emergence of Vowel Harmony (Page 1060)
Frédéric Mailhot (Carleton University)

Implicit Learning and Syntactic Persistence: Surprisal and Cumulativity (Page 1061)
T. Florian Jaeger (University of Rochester)
Neal Snider (Stanford University)

Revealing Individual Differences in the Iowa Gambling Task (Page 1067)
Lee I. Newman (University of Michigan)
Thad A. Polk (University of Michigan)
Stephanie D. Preston (University of Michigan)

Iterated Learning as a Model for the Spatial Distribution of Linguistic Hypotheses (Page 1073)
Michael L. Kalish (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)

Cognitive Models of Strategy Shifts in Interactive Behavior (Page 1074)
Christian P. Janssen (University of Groningen)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Michael J. Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Blocking Effects on Dimensions: How attentional focus on values can spill over to the dimension level (Page 1075)
Jennifer A. Kaminski (Ohio State University)
Andrew F. Heckler (Ohio State University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (Ohio State University)

Evaluating Systematicity in Neural Networks through Transformation Combination (Page 1081)
Esteban Buz (Johns Hopkins University)
Robert Frank (Johns Hopkins University)

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Reinforcement Learning in Dynamic Environments (Page 1087)
Todd M. Gureckis (New York University)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas)

Modeling the Acquisition of Statistical Regularities in Tone Sequences (Page 1088)
Amaury Hazan (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Piotr Holonowicz (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Inês Salselas (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Perfecto Herrera (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Hendrik Purwins (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Alicja Knast (University of Plymouth)
Simon Durant (University of Plymouth)

Understanding Addictive Behavior on the Iowa Gambling Task Using Reinforcement Learning Framework (Page 1094)
Amir K. Dezfuli (University of Tehran)
Mohammad Mahdi Keramati (Sharif University of Technology)
Hamed Ekhtiari (Iranian National Center for Addiction Studies)
Hooman Safaei (Iranian National Center for Addiction Studies)
Caro Lucas (University of Tehran)

Issues in Acquiring Interactive Routines (Page 1100)
Bella Z. Veksler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Michael J. Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Regulatory Fit Effects in a Dynamic Decision-Making Task (Page 1101)
A. Ross Otto (University of Texas at Austin)
Arthur B. Markman (University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)

Modelling Attentional Networks: The Modulation Effects and Simulation of Alzheimer's Disease (Page 1102)
Fehmida Hussain (University of Sussex)
Sharon Wood (University of Sussex)

Multimodal Distance Perception is a Function of Multimodally Specified Effort (Page 1103)
Eliah White (University of Cincinati)
Matthew Streit (University of Cincinnati)
Kevin Shockley (University of Cincinnati)
Michael A. Riley (University of Cincinnati)

Slow Saccade Lines in Eye-Track as Units of Semantic Cognition (Page 1104)
Yukio Ohsawa (Dept. Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo)
Yusuke Maeda (School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo)

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Causal Cognition

The Function of Causal Explanatory Reasoning in Children (Page 1105)
Cristine H. Legare (University of Michigan)
Susan A. Gelman (University of Michigan)
Henry M. Wellman (University of Michigan)
Tamar Kushnir (University of Michigan)

Assessing Psychological Theories of Causal Meaning and Inference (Page 1111)
Sergio E. Chaigneau (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez)
Aron K. Barbey (Cognitive Neuroscience Section, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)

The Relationship Between Causal and Counterfactual Reasoning (Page 1117)
William Jimenez-Leal (University of Warwick)
Nick Chater (University College London)

Learning Causal Models via Progressive Alignment & Qualitative Modeling: A Simulation (Page 1123)
Scott E. Friedman (Northwestern University)
Kenneth D. Forbus (Northwestern University)

Shared Features in Causal Induction (Page 1129)
Adam Darlow (Brown University)

Causal Priming: How a language production mechanism guides representation (Page 1130)
Caitlin M. Fausey (Stanford University)
Neal Snider (Stanford University)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)

Are Self-Explanations Always Beneficial? (Page 1136)
Jared B. Katz (Teachers College Columbia University)
Deanna Kuhn (Teachers College Columbia University)

People Distinguish Causes that Occur to One or Multiple Entities (Page 1137)
Benjamin Rottman (Yale University)
Woo-Kyoung Ahn (Yale University)

Structural Determinants of Interventions on Causal Systems (Page 1138)
Brian J. Edwards (Yale University)
Russell C. Burnett (Yale University)
Frank C. Keil (Yale University)

This Stat Seems Bogus!' Perspectives on Causality in Determining Veracity (Page 1144)
Edward Munnich (University of San Francisco)
Michael Ranney (University of California at Berkeley)
Myles Crain (University of California at Berkeley)
Luke Rinne (University of California at Berkeley)
Luke Miratrix (University of California at Berkeley)
Andrew Galpern (University of California at Berkeley)

Drawing Inferences from Causal Analogies (Page 1145)
Julie Colhoun (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)

Removing the Time Crutch: Can preschoolers still make causal judgments? (Page 1146)
Heidi Kloos (University of Cincinnati)
Vladimir Sloutsky (The Ohio State University)

Thinking Counterfactually — How Controllability Affects the 'Undoing' of Causes and Enablers (Page 1152)
Suzanne M. Egan (University of Limerick)
Caren A. Frosch (University of Reading)
Emily N. Hancock (University of Reading)

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Why Are People Bad at Detecting Randomness? Because it is hard (Page 1158)
Joseph Jay Williams (University of California at Berkeley)
Thomas L. Griffiths (University of California at Berkeley)

Do Causal Beliefs Influence the Hot-Hand and the Gambler's Fallacy? (Page 1164)
Giorgio Gronchi (Università di Firenze)
Steven A. Sloman (Brown University)

Causal Explanations and Backward Counterfactuals (Page 1169)
Morteza Dehghani (Northwestern University)
Rumen Iliev (Northwestern University)
Stefan Kaufmann (Northwestern University)

Concepts and Categories

Feature Inference and Eyetracking (Page 1170)
Bob Colner (New York University)
Bob Rehder (New York University)
Aaron B. Hoffman (University of Texas at Austin)

A Prototype-Exemplars Hybrid Cognitive Model of "Phenomenon of Typicality" in Categorization: A Case Study in Biological Classification (Page 1176)
Francesco Gagliardi (University of Rome La Sapienza)

Flexible Attentional Learning in Infancy (Page 1182)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (The Ohio State University)
Christopher W. Robinson (The Ohio State University)

Rule Emergence from an Unsupervised, Dual-Network Connectionist Model of Category Learning (Page 1188)
Rosemary A. Cowell (University of Kent)
Robert M. French (U. of Burgundy)

Multi-Sensory Statistical Learning: Evidence for Modality-General Mechanisms (Page 1189)
Aaron D. Mitchel (The Pennsylvania State University)
Daniel J. Weiss (The Pennsylvania State University)

Effects of Category Learning on Similarity of Line Stimuli Representing Social Groups (Page 1190)
Janet Andrews (Vassar College)
Kenneth Livingston (Vassar College)
Daniel Bliss (Vassar College)
Tatiana Vlahovic (Vassar College)

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A Grammar-Based Approach to Visual Category Learning (Page 1191)
Virginia Savova (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Is Cognitive Activity of Speech Based on Statistical Independence? (Page 1197)
Ling Feng (Technical University of Denmark)
Lars Kai Hansen (Technical University of Denmark)

Mode Shifts During Category Learning (Page 1203)
Kimery R. Levering (State University of New York: Binghamton)
Kenneth J. Kurtz (State University of New York: Binghamton)

Modeling Unsupervised Perceptual Category Learning (Page 1204)
Brenden M. Lake (Stanford University)
Gautam K. Vallabha (Stanford University)
James L. Mcclelland (Stanford University)

Learned Attention to Analogical Matches as an Alternative to Re-Representation (Page 1205)
Marc T. Tomlinson (University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)

Cooperative Categorization (Page 1206)
John Voiklis (Columbia University)
James E. Corter (Columbia University)

Learning Within-Category Attribute Correlations in a One-Attribute Visual Search Classification Paradigm (Page 1207)
Gyslain Giguère (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Guy L. Lacroix (Carleton University)
Glen Howell (Carleton University)
Serge Larochelle (Université de Montréal)

Regulatory Fit Effects in a Nonlinearly Separable Category Learning Task (Page 1213)
Ruby Theresa Dominique Nadler (University of Western Ontario)
John Paul Minda (University of Western Ontario)
Pei-Shiuan Lily Lin (University of Western Ontario)

To Find Fault is Easy? The role of comparison in learning a geological structure (Page 1219)
Benjamin Jee (Northwestern University)
David H. Uttal (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)

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Intuitive Conceptions of Innateness in Cognitive Science Undergraduates (Page 1220)
Otto Lappi (University of Helsinki)

Concept Creation Derived from Vacillation (Page 1221)
Jun Nakamura (University of Tokyo)
Yukio Ohsawa (University of Tokyo)

Decision Making

How Folk Psychology has Determined Evolutionary Theories about Altruism: An alternative perspective based on Buddhist theory (Page 1222)
Robert L. West (Carleton University)

Disjunction Effect in Prisoners Dilemma: Evidences from an Eye-tracking Study (Page 1225)
Evgenia Hristova (New Bulgarian University)
Maurice Grinberg (New Bulgarian University)

Polarized Correlation-Based Beliefs: A Computational Genesis (Page 1231)
Richard B. Anderson (Bowling Green State University)
Michael E. Doherty (Bowling Green State University)

Group Solution Assembly in Response to a Simulated Emergency (Page 1232)
David Mendonça (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Yao Hu (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

Language Affects the Side Effect Effect (Page 1238)
Stephen Flusberg (Stanford University)
Caitlin Fausey (Stanford University)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)

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Is It More Wrong to Care Less? The Effects of "More" and "Less" on the Quantity (In)Sensitivity of Protected Values (Page 1239)
Sonya Sachdeva (Northwestern University)
Douglas L. Medin (Northwestern University)

Stages in the Evolution of Ethnocentrism (Page 1244)
Thomas R. Shultz (McGill University)
Max Hartshorn (McGill University)
Ross Hammond (The Brookings Institution)

Ambiguity Preference (Page 1250)
Liema Davidovitz (Ruppin Academic Center)
Yossi Yassour (Ruppin Academic Center)

Mixed Effects of Distractor Tasks on Incubation (Page 1251)
Sébastien Hélie (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Ron Sun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Liling Xiong (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Inferring Population Correlations from Small Samples (Page 1257)
Justin M. Gilkey (Bowling Green State University)
Richard B. Anderson (Bowling Green State University)

Tri-Part Affect: Its Structure, its Biological Basis and its Role in Decision Making (Page 1258)
Ken Gunnells (The University of Alabama)

Strategy Selection at the Technological Interface (Page 1259)
Matthew M. Walsh (Carnegie Mellon University)
John Anderson (Carnegie Mellon University)

Applying Comparison-Induced Distortion Theory to Body-Size Judgments (Page 1260)
Jessica Choplin (DePaul University)

The Role of Mechanism in Expectations About the Future: Luck and Skill (Page 1266)
Bruce D. Burns (University of Sydney)
Cecilia R. Cox (University of Sydney)
Anne Sheridan (University of Sydney)

Cognitive Representations, Acculturation, and Adolescent Risky Decision-making (Page 1272)
Wanda D. Casillas (Cornell University)
Valerie F. Reyna (Cornell University)
Britain Mills (Cornell University)
Steven Estrada (Cornell University)

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Language and Speech

Phonological Priming in Infancy (Page 1273)
Nivedita Mani (University of Oxford)
Kim Plunkett (University of Oxford)

Escaping Snakes and Acquiring Cash: (Page 1279)
Zachary Estes (University of Warwick)
James S. Adelman (University of Warwick)
Sabrina Simmons (University of Warwick)

Biddies, Crones and Codgers: Adults' Connotative Understanding of Gender-specific Vocabulary (Page 1280)
Wendelyn Shore (Pacific Lutheran University)
Marianne G. Taylor (Pacific Lutheran University)

Dynamic Lexical Processing Evident in Wiimote Trajectories (Page 1281)
Nicholas Duran (University of Memphis)
Rick Dale (University of Memphis)

Defining the Dimensions of the Human Semantic Space (Page 1282)
Vladislav D. Veksler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Ryan Z. Govostes (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

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

Incremental Syntactic Planning across Clauses (Page 1294)
Carlos Gómez Gallo (University of Rochester)
T. Florian Jaeger (University of Rochester)
Ron Smyth (University of Toronto)

Permutations as a Means to Encode Order in Word Space (Page 1300)
Magnus Sahlgren (Swedish Institute of Computer Science)
Anders Holst (Swedish Institute of Computer Science)
Pentti Kanerva (Center for the Study of Language and Information)

Beyond Monosyllables: Word Length and Spoken Word Recognition (Page 1306)
Ted Strauss (New School for Social Research and University of Connecticut)
James S. Magnuson (University of Connecticut and Haskins Laboratories)

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Bilingual Sentence Comprehension in Conditions of Perceptual and Attentional Stress (Page 1312)
Eileen R. Cardillo (University of Pennsylvania)
Jennifer Aydelott (Birkbeck College, University of London)

How Fundamental Is Embodiment to Language Comprehension? Constraints on Embodied Cognition (Page 1313)
Max Louwerse (University of Memphis)
Patrick Jeuniaux (University of Memphis)

A "Door" or "Adore"? Word Segmentation in Semi-Spontaneous Speech (Page 1319)
Dahee Kim (OSU)
Anouschka Bergmann (OSU)
Christine Szostak (OSU)
Mark A. Pitt (OSU)

Connecting Phonological Encoding to Articulation — Is Cascading Required? A Computational Investigation (Page 1320)
H. Susannah Moat (University of Edinburgh)
Martin Corley (University of Edinburgh)
Robert J. Hartsuiker (University of Ghent)

Modifying the Suffixation Preference across Domains (Page 1326)
Julie M. Hupp (The Ohio State University-Newark)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (The Ohio State University)
Peter W. Culicover (The Ohio State University)

Towards a Unified Model of Word Pronunciation (Page 1332)
T. Florian Jaeger (University of Rochester)
Celeste Kidd (University of Rochester)

Comparative Neuroimaging of Morphological Regularity (Page 1333)
So-Hee Kim (The University of Texas at Austin)

Online Processing of Gender-Marked Articles by Spanish-Speaking Children, Adults, and Second Language Learners (Page 1334)
Casey Lew-Williams (Stanford University)
Anne Fernald (Stanford University)

Semantic Cognitive Mapping of Natural Language (Page 1335)
Alexei V. Samsonovich (George Mason University)
Giorgio A. Ascoli (George Mason University)
Rebecca F. Goldin (George Mason University)

Meaning Construction, Spatial Language, and Past History (Page 1336)
Ronan O'Ceallaigh (Northumbria University)
Kenny Coventry (Northumbria University)

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Learning and Development

The Role of Mental Simulation and Embodied Instruction in Promoting Understanding of Robotics Systems (Page 1342)
Margaret S. Chan (Columbia University)
John B. Black (Columbia University)

Early Lexical Development: A Corpus-Based Study of Three Languages (Page 1343)
Shuxia Liu (University of Richmond)
Xiaowei Zhao (University of Richmond)
Ping Li (University of Richmond)

Locative Case Marking and Abstraction in Child Hungarian (Page 1349)
Ashley E. Fidler (Georgetown University)
Anna Babarczy (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

Parent-Child Interactions and Note-Keeping during Science Play (Page 1355)
Elizabeth L. Echeveste (California State University, Fresno)
Lara M. Triona (California State University, Fresno)

Conceptual Knowledge of Counting: How Relevant Is Order Irrelevance? (Page 1356)
Jo-Anne LeFevre (Carleton University)
Deepthi Kamawar (Carleton University)
Jeffrey Bisanz (University of Alberta)
Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk (University of Winnipeg)
Brenda Smith-Chant (Trent University)
Lisa Fast (Carleton University)
Tina Shanahan (Carleton University)
Marcie Penner-Wilger (Carleton University)
Wendy Ann Deslauriers (Carleton University)
Rebecca Watchorn (University of Alberta)

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An Evaluation of the Testing Effect with Third Grade Students (Page 1362)
Chandra L. Brojde (University of Colorado)
Barbara W. Wise (University of Colorado)

Analogies Can Facilitate the Understanding of Counter-Intuitive Expository Texts (Page 1368)
Stella Vosniadou (University of Athens)
Irini Skopeliti (University of Athens)
Svetlana-Lito Gerakakis (University of Athens)
Panagiotis Blitsas (University of Athens)

Children's Computation and Representation of Past Tense (Page 1369)
Cristina Dye (Georgetown University)
Matthew Walenski (University of California at San Diego)
Stewart Mostofsky (Johns Hopkins University)
Michael Ullman (Georgetown University)

The Expression of Affect in Mandarin Parent-child Conversation (Page 1370)
Chiung-chih Huang (National Chengchi University)

Process of Comparison: Structural Alignment in Everyday Learning Experience (Page 1376)
Stella Christie (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)
Vladimir Sloutsky (Ohio State University)

Representing Part-Whole Structure in Diagrams (Page 1377)
Reality S. Canty (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Alison Castro-Superfine (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Anne Marie Marshall (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Science Play: Comparing Children Alone, with Peers, and with Adults (Page 1378)
Lara M. Triona (California State University)
Maureen A. Callanan (University of California)

Investigating the Building Blocks of Numerical Representations: Subitizing and Finger Gnosis (Page 1379)
Marcie Penner-Wilger (Carleton University)
Lisa Fast (Carleton University)
Jo-Anne LeFevre (Carleton University)
Brenda L. Smith-Chant (Trent University)
Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk (University of Winnipeg)
Deepthi Kamawar (Carleton University)
Jeffrey Bisanz (University of Alberta)
Wendy Ann Deslauriers (Carleton University)

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Use of Referential Context in Children's Language Processing (Page 1380)
Yi Ting Huang (Harvard University)
Jesse Snedeker (Harvard University)

Children's Acquisition of Knowledge about Creatures on a Continuum: Land-Amphibian-Water (Page 1386)
Robyn Kondrad (Arizona State University & University of Virginia)
Susan C Somerville (Arizona State University & Flinders University of South Australia)

Eye-Movement Patterns of Children with Dyslexia: Length and Frequency Effects (Page 1387)
Evgenia Hristova (New Bulgarian University)
Alexander Gerganov (New Bulgarian University)
Ekaterina Todorova (New Bulgarian University)

Probabilistic Learning With and Without Feedback: Preschoolers' Performance in the Face of Errors (Page 1388)
Hanna Muenke (Stanford University)
Daphna Shohamy (Columbia University)
Natasha Kirkham (Birkbeck College)

They Were Trained, But They Did Not All Learn: Individual Differences in Uptake of Learning Strategy Training (Page 1389)
Jarrod Moss (University of Pittsburgh)
Christian D. Schunn (University of Pittsburgh)
Kurt Vanlehn (University of Pittsburgh)
Walter Schneider (University of Pittsburgh)
Danielle S. Mcnamara (University of Memphis)
Kevin Jarbo (University of Pittsburgh)

Perception for Action: Dramatic changes between 18 and 24 months (Page 1390)
Sandra Y. Street (Indiana University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)

Analysis of Infant Vocalizations using a Self-Organizing Map (Page 1391)
Anne Sanda Warlaumont (The University of Memphis)
D. Kimbrough Oller (The University of Memphis)
Eugene H. Buder (The University of Memphis)
Robert Kozma (The University of Memphis)
Rick Dale (The University of Memphis)

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Modeling and Cognitive Architecture

Controlling Biases in Demanding Tasks (Page 1392)
Annerieke Heuvelink (TNO Defence, Security and Safety, Training and Instructions & Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Jan Treur (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

From Modeler-free Individual Data Fitting to 3-D Parametric Prediction Landscapes: A Research Expedition (Page 1398)
Sue E. Kase (Pennsylvania State University)
Frank E. Ritter (Pennsylvania State University)
Michael Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling of Individual Differences in Texture Discrimination (Page 1404)
Timothy N. Rubin (University of California at Irvine)
Michael D. Lee (University of California at Irvine)
Charles F. Chubb (University of California at Irvine)

MoralDM: A Computational Model of Moral Decision-Making (Page 1410)
Morteza Dehghani (Northwestern University)
Emmett Tomai (Northwestern University)
Ken Forbus (Northwestern University)
Rumen Iliev (Northwestern University)
Matthew Klenk (Northwestern University)

Bellwethers and the Emergence of Trends in Online Communities (Page 1416)
Yasuaki Sakamoto (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Elliot Sadlon (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Jeffrey V. Nickerson (Stevens Institute of Technology)

MindModeling@Home (Page 1422)
Kevin Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Jack Harris (Air Force Research Laboratory)

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Bayesian Columnar Networks for Grounded Cognitive Systems (Page 1423)
Florian Röhrbein (Honda Research Institute Europe GmbH)
Julian Eggert (Honda Research Institute Europe GmbH)
Edgar Körner (Honda Research Institute Europe GmbH)

A Bayesian Approach to Diffusion Process Models of Decision-Making (Page 1429)
Joachim Vandekerckhove (University of Leuven)
Francis Tuerlinckx (University of Leuven)
Michael D. Lee (University of California at Irvine)

A Formal Analysis of Cultural Evolution by Replacement (Page 1435)
Jing Xu (University of California at Berkeley)
Florencia Reali (University of California at Berkeley)
Thomas L. Griffiths (University of California at Berkeley)

More than 8,192 Ways to Skin a Cat: Modeling Behavior in Multidimensional Strategy Spaces (Page 1441)
Mason R. Smith (University of Michigan)
Richard L. Lewis (University of Michigan)
Andrew Howes (University of Manchester)
Alina Chu (University of Michigan)
Collin Green (NASA Ames Research Center)

Theory-based Social Goal Inference (Page 1447)
Chris L. Baker (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Noah D. Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

The Model Brain: Brain Information Hydrodynamics (BIH) (Page 1453)
Muneo Kitajima (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Makoto Toyota (T-Method)
Hideaki Shimada (Shinshu University)

Dynamical Models and Mechanistic Explanations (Page 1454)
Carlos A. Zednik (Indiana University)

Response Time Distributions in Partially-Coherent Quantum Walk Models for Simple Decision Tasks (Page 1460)
Ian G. Fuss (University of Adelaide)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)

EVOC: A Computer Model of the Evolution of Culture (Page 1466)
Liane Gabora (University of British Columbia)

A Functional, Evolutionary, and Developmental Model of Neocortex (Page 1472)
Derek James (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
Anthony Maida (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)

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How Many Exemplars do we Need? Explorations with the 'Rex Leopold II' Model (Page 1473)
Maarten De Schryver (Ghent University)
Katleen Vandist (Ghent University)
Yves Rosseel (Ghent University)

Preference Aggregation Based Cognitive Modeling (Page 1474)
Kenryo Indo (Kanto Gakuen University)

Dynamic Field Theory of Sequential Action: A Model and Its Implementation on an Embodied Agent (Page 1475)
Yulia Sandamirskaya (Institut für Neuroninformatik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
Gregor Schöner (Institut für Neuroninformatik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

Grounding Classical Cognitive Science (Page 1476)
Bernadette Guimberteau (University of California at Berkeley)

The Conscious Structure of the Brain (Page 1477)
Phil Maguire (NUI Maynooth)
Kyle O' Connor (University College Dublin)

Investigating Functional Cooperation in the Human Cortex with Graph-Theoretic Methods (Page 1478)
Michael Anderson (Franklin & Marshall College; University of Maryland)
Joan Brumbaugh (Franklin & Marshall College)
Aysu Suben (Franklin & Marshall College)

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