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CogSci 2008

30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

July 23-26, 2008    Washington, DC, USA

Poster Session II, Friday, July 25th, 2008, 5:00-7:00 PM


Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities for Cognitive Scientists through the Institute of Education Sciences (Page 1479)
Carol L. O'Donnell (U.S. Department of Education)
Emily Doolittle (U.S. Department of Education)

Attention and Memory

Increased Availability of Arithmetic Facts Following Working Memory Processing (Page 1480)
Christopher A. Was (Kent State University)
Judith Bilman Paternite (Kent State University)
Ryan S. Wooley (Kent State University)

Mutual Influences of Interlimb Coordination Dynamics and Semantic Retrieval Dynamics Parameters during Dual Task Performance (Page 1486)
Adam W. Kiefer (University of Cincinnati)
Bonny Christopher (San Jose State University)
Kevin Shockley (University of Cincinnati)
Michael A. Riley (University of Cincinnati)

Memory in a Messy Domain: Expertise and Memory for Mental Health Disorder Categories (Page 1492)
Jessecae K. Marsh (Yale University)

Does Memory Mediate Susceptibility to Cognitive Biases? Implications of the Decision-by-Sampling Theory (Page 1498)
Belinda Bruza (University of Adelaide)
Matthew B. Welsh (University of Adelaide)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)

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Remembering Beliefs (Page 1504)
Susannah Kate Devitt (Rutgers University)

Verbal Overshadowing as Perceptual Interference (Page 1510)
Ava Santos (Fort Lewis College, Emory University)
Lawrence Barsalou (Emory University)

Effects of Divided Attention in the Word Fragment Completion Task with Unique or Multiple Solutions (Page 1511)
Pietro Spataro (University Sapienza Rome)
Clelia Rossi-Arnaud (University Sapienza Rome)
Paola Pazzano (University Sapienza Rome)

Bottom-Up Model of Strategy Selection (Page 1517)
Tomasz Smoleń (Jagiellonian University)
Szymon Wichary (Warsaw School of Social Psychology)

Evaluating Mechanisms of Fatigue Using a Digit Symbol Substitution Task (Page 1522)
Larry Moore (Lockheed Martin @ Air Force Research Laboratory)
Glenn Gunzelmann (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Kevin Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory)

How Memory Guides Strategy Selection (Page 1523)
Julian N. Marewski (Max-Planck-Institute for Human Development)
Lael J. Schooler (Max-Planck-Institute for Human Development)

Memory for Musical Tone Intervals and Tonality (Page 1524)
Charles Barousse (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)

The Role of Attention in Nonspecific Preparation (Page 1525)
Rianne M. van Lambalgen (Vrije Universiteit)
Sander A. Los (Vrije Universiteit)

Bipartite Structure of Working Memory (Page 1531)
Adam Chuderski (Jagiellonian University)
Zbigniew Stettner (Jagiellonian University)
Jarosław Orzechowski (Jagiellonian University)

Developing a Magic Number Four, Plus or Minus Two: The Dynamic Field Theory Reveals Why Visual Working Memory Capacity Estimates Differ Across Tasks and Development (Page 1537)
Vanessa R. Simmering (University of Iowa)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa and Iowa Center for Developmental & Learning Sciences)

A Model of Time-Estimation Considering Working Memory Demands (Page 1543)
Nele Pape (Technische Universität Berlin)
Leon Urbas (Technische Universität Dresden)

Autobiographical Memory and Motor Action (Page 1549)
Katinka Dijkstra (Erasmus University)
Daniel Casasanto (Stanford University)

A Memory Model for Cognitive Agents (Page 1550)
Guilherme Bittencourt (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)

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Developmental Perspectives on Learning, Culture, and Cognition

Evaluation of the Efficacy of the Delacato's Neuropsychological Method in the Treatment of 7-12 Year Old Boys with ADHD (Page 1551)
Farzad Momeni (Vrije University of Brussels)
Farzaneh Mehrabi Mansour (MA student in Psychology)

Stretching to Learn: Ambiguous Evidence and Variability in Preschoolers' Exploratory Play (Page 1552)
Hyowon Gweon (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Laura E. Schulz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Children's Attention to Property Likelihood as a Guide to Property Projection (Page 1557)
Chris A. Lawson (Carnegie Mellon University)
Anna V. Fisher (Carnegie Mellon University)

Trait or Situation? Cultural Differences in Judgment of Emotion (Page 1562)
Megumi Kuwabara (Indiana University)
Ji Y. Son (University of California Los Angeles)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)

Preschoolers Use Sampling Information to Infer the Preferences of Others (Page 1563)
Tamar Kushnir (University of Michigan)
Fei Xu (University of British Columbia)
Henry M. Wellman (University of Michigan)

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Using Perceptually Rich Objects to Help Children Represent Number: Established Knowledge Counts (Page 1567)
Lori A. Petersen (University of Notre Dame)
Nicole M. McNeil (University of Notre Dame)

Context and Induction: The Impact of Background Context on Children's Category Learning (Page 1573)
Haley A. Vlach (University of California at Los Angeles)
Catherine M. Sandhofer (University of California at Los Angeles)

Children's Counterfactual Reasoning Strategy in Belief Contravening Problems (Page 1574)
Nicole Van Hoeck (University of Leuven)
Kristien Dieussaert (University of Leuven)
Russell Revlin (University of California at Santa Barbara)

A Broken Fork in the Hand Is Worth Two in the Grammar: A Spatio-Temporal Bias in Children's Interpretation of Quantifiers and Plural Nouns (Page 1580)
Vicente Melgoza (University of Toronto)
Amanda Pogue (University of Toronto)
David Barner (University of Toronto)

Bridging the Gap: Children's Developing Inferences about Objects, Labels and Insides from Causality-at-a-Distance (Page 1586)
David W. Buchanan (Brown University)
David M. Sobel (Brown University)

Do Preschoolers Track a Character's Mental Perspective While Listening to a Story? (Page 1592)
Agnieszka M. Fecica (University of Waterloo)
Daniela K. O'Neill (University of Waterloo)

Development of Synonym-Based Induction (Page 1593)
Bryan Matlen (Carnegie Mellon University)
Anna Fisher (Carnegie Mellon University)

Causal Supports for Early Word Learning (Page 1594)
Amy E. Booth (Northwestern University)

Can Analogy Help Children Make Transitive Inference? (Page 1595)
Milena Mutafchieva (New Bulgarian University)
Boicho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University)

Easy or Not Easy: Young Children's False Belief Understanding in Communicative Situations (Page 1601)
Kensuke Sato (The University of Tokyo)

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Learning

Theory Acquisition and the Language of Thought (Page 1606)
Charles Kemp (Carnegie Mellon University)
Noah D. Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Temporal Continuity in Cross-Situational Statistical Learning (Page 1612)
George Kachergis (Indiana University)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)

Cognitively Based Assessment of, for and as Learning: A 21st Century Approach for Assessing Reading Competency (Page 1613)
Tenaha O'Reilly (Educational Testing Service)
Kathleen M. Sheehan (Educational Testing Service)

An Embodied Approach to Achieving Mastery and Learning While You Work (Page 1619)
Brian Krisler (Brandeis University)
Richard Alterman (Brandeis University)

A Bayesian Model of the Acquisition of Compositional Semantics (Page 1620)
Steven T. Piantadosi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Noah D. Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Benjamin A. Ellis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Analysing Problem Structuring in a Collaborative Explanation Dialogue to Capture Conceptual Change (Page 1626)
Michael Tscholl (University College London)
John Dowell (University College London)

Teaching Games: Statistical Sampling Assumptions for Learning in Pedagogical Situations (Page 1632)
Patrick Shafto (University of Louisville)
Noah Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

The Importance of Ordinary Experience: Providing Girls With Time for Regular Practice of Mathematical Cognition (Page 1638)
Robin C. Flanagan (Western Connecticut State University)
Theresa Canada (Western Connecticut State University)

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A Connectionist Model of Artificial Grammar Learning: Simulations Based on Higham (1997) Indexes of Knowledge Representation (Page 1639)
Michal Wierzchon (Jagiellonian University)
Jakub Barbasz (Jagiellonian University, Polish Academy of Science)

The Stability and Strength of Knowledge Representation Acquired During Artificial Grammar Learning (Page 1645)
Michal Wierzchon (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Psychology)
Dariusz Asanowicz (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Psychology)

Guided Learning by Reading (LBR) as a Cognitive Growth Model (Page 1646)
Alexei V. Samsonovich (George Mason University)

An Alternative View of the Relation Between Finger Gnosis and Math Ability: Redeployment of Finger Representations for the Representation of Number (Page 1647)
Marcie Penner-Wilger (Carleton University)
Michael L. Anderson (Franklin & Marshall College and University of Maryland)

Learning Composable Signals for a Cognitive Substrate (Page 1653)
Jacob Beal (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Learning Abstract Principles through Principle-Case Comparison (Page 1659)
Julie Colhoun (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)
Jeffrey Loewenstein (University of Texas at Austin)

A Model-based Approach to Second-Language Learning of Grammatical Constructions (Page 1665)
Gwen Frishkoff (University of Pittsburgh)
Lori Levin (Carnegie Mellon University)
Phil Pavlik (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kaori Idemaru (Carnegie Mellon University)
Nel de Jong (Queens College of CUNY)

Sub-Functions of Human Learning Process During a Sequential Task (Page 1671)
Sergey Tarasenko (JST ERATO Asada Project)
Toshio Inui (Kyoto University)
Abdikeev Niyaz (Plekhanov Russian Academy)

Coding by DeMAND": Identifying the Dimensions of Student Dialogue that Underlie Theories of Learning" (Page 1672)
Gwendolyn Campbell (NAVAIR Orlando TSD)
Natalie Steinhauser (NAVAIR Orlando TSD)
Myroslava Dzikovska (HCRC, University of Edinburgh)
Johanna Moore (HCRC, University of Edinburgh)
Charles Callaway (HCRC, University of Edinburgh)

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Expertise and Explanation

Effects of Scaffolding Problem Formulation Phase During Multifaceted Physics Problem-Solving (Page 1673)
Serkan Toy (Iowa State University)
Dale Niederhauser (Iowa State University)
John Jackman (Iowa State University)
Craig Ogilvie (Iowa State University)
Sarah Ryan (Iowa State University)
Aliye Karabulut (Iowa State University)

Conceptual Coherence in Philosophy Education (Page 1674)
Anna-Mari Rusanen (University of Helsinki)
Otto Lappi (University of Helsinki)
Timo Honkela (Helsinki University of Technology)
Mikael Nederström (University of Helsinki)

The Content of Self-Explanations While Studying Incomplete Worked-out Examples (Page 1680)
Robert G. M. Hausmann (University of Pittsburgh)
Brett Van De Sande (University of Pittsburgh)
Kurt Vanlehn (University of Pittsburgh)

Knowledge Integration in Creative Problem Solving (Page 1681)
Sébastien Hélie (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Ron Sun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Physicians' Use of Deep Features: Expertise Differences in Patient Categorization (Page 1687)
Sarah L. Devantier (University of Western Ontario)
John Paul Minda (University of Western Ontario)
Wael Hadarra (University of Western Ontario)
Mark Goldszmidt (University of Western Ontario)

How Expert Tutors Revise Tutoring Policies and Strategies When Students Make Mistakes (Page 1693)
Evelyn Lulis (DePaul University)
Shlomo Argamon (Illinois Institute of Technology)
Martha Evens (Illinois Institute of Technology)

Development of Conceptual Understanding and Problem Solving Expertise in Chemistry (Page 1699)
Jodi L. Davenport (Carnegie Mellon University)
David Yaron (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kenneth R. Koedinger (Carnegie Mellon University)
David Klahr (Carnegie Mellon University)

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Conditions for Selection and Conceptualization in Diagrams and Sentences (Page 1705)
Rossano Barone (University of Sussex)
Peter Cheng (University of Sussex)

Does the Use of Diagrams as Communication Tools Result in Their Internalization as Personal Tools for Problem Solving? (Page 1711)
Yuri Uesaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Emmanuel Manalo (The University of Auckland)

Productive Failure in Mathematical Problem Solving (Page 1717)
Manu Kapur (National Institute of Education)
Leigh Dickson (National Institute of Education)
Pui Yhing Toh (Clementi Town Secondary School)

A Functional Taxonomy of Discourse Moves for Conversation Management During Cognitive Clinical Interviews about Scientific Phenomena (Page 1723)
Victor R. Lee (Northwestern University)
Rosemary S. Russ (Northwestern University)
Bruce Sherin (Northwestern University)

Comparing Similar or Dissimilar Examples for Analogical Transfer (Page 1729)
Young Hoan Cho (University of Missouri)

``Is the Missing 1 Dollar in the Cheater's Hand?'' : The Cheater Detection Module as a Constraint within Insight Problem Solving (Page 1730)
Keiga Abe (Aoyama Gakuin University Information Science Research Center)
Masanori Nakagawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Diagram Interaction During Intelligent Tutoring in Geometry: Support for Knowledge Retention and Deep Understanding (Page 1736)
Kirsten R. Butcher (University of Pittsburgh)
Vincent Aleven (Carnegie Mellon University)

Examining First Grade Students' Reading Skill Growth through a Culturally-Responsive Vocabulary Intervention (Page 1742)
Phyllis Swann Underwood (Florida State University)
Carol Mcdonald Connor (Florida State University)

The Effects of Skill Diversity in Peer Feedback: It's What You Don't Know (Page 1743)
Melissa M. Nelson (University of Pittsburgh)
Brandi N. Melot (University of Pittsburgh)
Christopher A. Stevens (University of Pittsburgh)
Christian D. Schunn (University of Pittsburgh)

Toward a Process Model of Explanation (Page 1744)
John E. Hummel (University of Illinois)
David H. Landy (University of Illinois)
Derek Devnich (University of Illinois)

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Transitions, Analogical Processes, and Expertise in Contemporary art: A detailed case study (Page 1745)
Jude Leclerc (University of Montreal)
Takeshi Okada (University of Tokyo)
Sawako Yokochi (University of Tokyo)
Frederic Gosselin (University of Montreal)

Judgment and Reasoning

Extending and Testing the Bayesian Theory of Generalization (Page 1746)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)
Michael D. Lee (University of California at Irvine)
Matthew J. Dry (Leuven University)
Benjamin Schultz (University of Adelaide)

Laws and Makeups in Context-Dependent Reduction Relations (Page 1752)
Jan Treur (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Approaches on Neurocomputational Self-Organizing Behavioral Modeling (Page 1758)
Spyridon Revithis (University of New South Wales)

Building Production Systems with Realistic Spiking Neurons (Page 1759)
Terrence C. Stewart (University of Waterloo)
Chris Eliasmith (University of Waterloo)

Computational Analysis of Graphic Generation: Effects of surface and structure similarity (Page 1765)
Junya Morita (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

The Fragmented Folk: More Evidence of Stable Individual Differences in Moral Judgments and Folk Intuitions (Page 1771)
Adam Feltz (Florida State University)
Edward T. Cokely (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)

Inhibition Needs No Negativity: Negative Links in the Construction-Integration Model (Page 1777)
Michael P. Rowe (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

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When Do We Stop Calling Them Mirror Neurons? (Page 1783)
Sebo Uithol (Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information)
Willem F. G. Haselager (Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information)
Harold Bekkering (Nijmegen Institute for Cognition and Information)

Mental Space Mapping Applied to Argument (Page 1789)
Marcello Guarini (University of Windsor)

The Bayesian Logic of Conjunction Fallacies: Probability Rating Tasks and Pattern-Sensitivity (Page 1795)
Momme von Sydow (Universität of Göttingen)

A Parallel Distributed Processing Model of Accessibility of Attachment Knowledge (Page 1801)
Roxanne L. Thrush (Carnegie Mellon University)
David C. Plaut (Carnegie Mellon University)

Sadder but Wiser Induction? (Page 1807)
Kayo Sakamoto (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Masanori Nakagawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

A Systematic Comparison of Semantic Models on Human Similarity Rating Data: The Effectiveness of Subspacing (Page 1813)
Benjamin P. Stone (The University of Adelaide)
Simon J. Dennis (Ohio State University)
Peter J. Kwantes (Defense Research and Development)

Specific Impairments in Cognitive Development: A Dynamical Systems Approach (Page 1819)
Frank D. Baughman (Toronto University of London)
Michael S. C Thomas (University of London)

Finding Feature Representations of Stimuli: Combining Feature Generation and Similarity Judgment Tasks (Page 1825)
Matthew D. Zeigenfuse (University of California at Irvine)
Michael D. Lee (University of California at Irvine)

Modeling Two Kinds of Reasoning (Page 1831)
Evan Heit (University of California at Merced)
Caren M. Rotello (University of Massachusetts)

Logical Thinking, Deontic Reasoning, and the Fairness Principle: Exploring the Relationship between Selection Tasks and the Ultimatum Game (Page 1837)
Kuninori Nakamura (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Truth-based or Possibility-Based Compatibility Judgments and Handley et al.?s (2006) litmus test of the suppositional conditional (Page 1838)
Walter Schroyens (University of Gent)

Memory Judgments of Relative Order in Short Lists: Multiple Strategies are Available, Depending on Wording of Instructions (Page 1839)
Michelle Chan (University of Alberta)
Jeremy B. Caplan (University of Alberta)

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Language and Concepts

Similarity Between Vowels Influences Response Execution in Word Identification (Page 1840)
Jason D. Zevin (Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology)
Thomas A. Farmer (Cornell Univerisy)
Bruce D. Mccandliss (Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology)

Presentation Modality in Age of Acquisition Rating Reflects Mode of Acquired Knowledge: Evidence from Category-Specific Effects (Page 1841)
Armina Janyan (New Bulgarian University)
Elena Andonova (New Bulgarian University)

The Duck/Rabbit Illusion (Page 1847)
Aysu Suben (Franklin & Marshall College)
Michael Anderson (Franklin & Marshall College and University of Maryland)
Tony Chemero (Franklin & Marshall College)

Top-Down and Bottom-Up Processes in Web Search Navigation (Page 1848)
Shu-Chieh Wu (NASA Ames Research Center & San Jose State University)
Craig S. Miller (DePaul University)

Examining the Hidden Factors that Underpin Semantic Representation: What Functional Brain Imaging Reveals about the Neuroarchitecture of Object Knowledge (Page 1854)
Kai-Min Kevin Chang (Carnegie Mellon University)
Tom Mitchell (Carnegie Mellon University)
Marcel Adam Just (Carnegie Mellon University)

Different Mechanisms Control the Allocation of Perceptual Processing Resources and Decisional Resources in Perceptual Categorization (Page 1855)
Duncan Guest (University of Warwick)

Classifying Objects Based on Their Visual Similarity to Target Categories (Page 1856)
Wei Zhang (Stony Brook University)
Dimitris Samaras (Stony Brook University)
Gregory J. Zelinsky (Stony Brook University)

Category Labels Highlight Feature Interrelatedness in Similarity Judgment (Page 1862)
Na-Yung Yu (Texas A&M University)
Takashi Yamauchi (Texas A&M University)
Jay Schumacher (Texas A&M University)

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Autonomous Perceptual Feature Extraction in a Topology-Constrained Architecture (Page 1868)
Sylvain Chartier (University of Ottawa)
Gyslain Giguère (Université du Québec à Montréal)

The Ideal Representation of Role-Governed Categories (Page 1874)
Micah Goldwater (University of Texas at Austin)
Hunt Stilwell (University of Texas at Austin)
Arthur Markman (University of Texas at Austin)

Is Prototypical Typical? (Page 1875)
Wolf Vanpaemel (University of Leuven)
Eef Ameel (University of Leuven)
Gert Storms (University of Leuven)

The Effect of the Internal Structure of Categories on Perception (Page 1876)
Todd M. Gureckis (New York University)
Rob L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

Does Functional Knowledge Have a Privileged Status in the Speeded Computation of Word Meaning? (Page 1882)
Ada Le (University of Toronto Scarborough)
Renante Rondina Il (University of Toronto Scarborough)
George S. Cree (University of Toronto Scarborough)

Representational Formalism in Which Syntax and Semantics Are Congruent (Page 1888)
Lev Goldfarb (Inductive Information Systems)

Vacillation and Hesitation in Category Rating: Evidence from PC Cursor Trajectories (Page 1894)
Kenpei Shiina (Waseda University)

Words and Word Learning

Vocabulary Development in English and Chinese: A Comparative Study with Self-Organizing Neural Networks (Page 1900)
Xiaowei Zhao (University of Richmond)
Ping Li (University of Richmond)

LSA as a Measure of Coherence in Second Language Natural Discourse (Page 1906)
Scott Crossley (Mississippi State University)
Thomas Salsbury (Washington State University)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

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Sound Symbolism in Word Learning (Page 1912)
Lynne C. Nygaard (Emory University)
Allison E. Cook (Emory University)
Laura L. Namy (Emory University)

Identifying Cognitive and Linguistic Strategies in Successful Nonfiction Writing (Page 1918)
Gregory Aist (Arizona State University)

A Stochastic Model for the Vocabulary Explosion (Page 1919)
Colleen C. Mitchell (University of Iowa)
Bob McMurray (University of Iowa)

Learning Words from Context (Page 1925)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (The Ohio State University)
Xin Yao (The Ohio State University)

Prior Knowledge Bootstraps Cross-Situational Learning (Page 1930)
Krystal A. Klein (Indiana University)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)
Richard M. Shiffrin (Indiana University)

Words or Word Boundaries? Examining Performance on Statistical Word Segmentation Tasks (Page 1936)
Jeremy J. Glick (Stanford University)
James L. Mcclelland (Stanford University)

Structuring the Vowel Space: An Investigation of Turkish and Inuktitut (Page 1937)
Brian Dillon (University of Maryland)
William Idsardi (University of Maryland)
Colin Phillips (University of Maryland)

Cross-Situational Statistical Learning from Noisy Input (Page 1938)
Brian Riordan (Indiana University)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)

Sound versus Meaning: What matters most in early word learning? (Page 1939)
Sarah Devi Sahni (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Timothy T. Rogers (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

The Automaticity of Statistical Word Learning (Page 1940)
George Kachergis (Indiana University)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)
Richard M. Shiffrin (Indiana University)

Inferring a Probabilistic Model of Semantic Memory from Word Association Norms (Page 1941)
Mark Andrews (University College London)
David Vinson (University College London)
Gabriella Vigliocco (University College London)

On the Utility of Conjoint and Compositional Frames and Utterance Boundaries as Predictors of Word Categories (Page 1947)
Daniel Freudenthal (University of Liverpool)
Julian Pine (University of Liverpool)
Fernand Gobet (Brunel University)

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Gradations in Phonological Learning (Page 1953)
Stephanie Packard (University of Iowa)
Prahlad Gupta (University of Iowa)

Acquisition and Representation of Grammatical Categories: Grammatical Gender in a Connectionist Network (Page 1954)
Jelena Mirković (University of York)
Mark S. Seidenberg (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Maryellen C. MacDonald (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

If You Haven't Got a Head, Get a Label! (Page 1960)
Vanja Kovic (University of Oxford)
Kim Plunkett (University of Oxford)
Gert Westermann (Oxford Brookes University)

Word Sense and Sensibility: Mental representations of polysemy (Page 1961)
Susan Brown (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Statistical Co-Learning of Visual and Linguistic Regularities to Improve Word-Learning (Page 1962)
Brian Riordan (Indiana University)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)

Mutual Exclusivity in Adjective Learning: The Case of Bilingual Children and Monolingual children (Page 1963)
Hanako Yoshida (University of Houston)
Megumi Kuwabara (Indiana University)
Maria Guerrero (University of Houston)

Modeling and Experimental Approaches to Cognitive Processing

The Amorphous Fixation Measure Revisited: with Applications to Autism (Page 1964)
Frederick Shic (Yale University)
Katarzyna Chawarska (Yale School of Medicine)
Brian Scassellati (Yale University)

The Phylogenetic Roots of Cognitive Dissonance (Page 1970)
Jennifer Vonk (University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast)
Samantha West (University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast)
Stephanie E. Jett (University of South Alabama)

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Predicting Cognitive Driver Distraction with Threaded Cognition Theory (Page 1971)
Dario D. Salvucci (Drexel University)
Joanna Beltowska (Drexel University)

A Graphical Chunk Production Model: Evaluation Using Graphical Protocol Analysis with Artificial Sentences (Page 1972)
Peter C-H. Cheng (University of Sussex)
Hector Rojas-Anaya (University of Sussex)

When Do Standard Approaches for Measuring Vocabulary Difficulty, Syntactic Complexity and Referential Cohesion Yield Biased Estimates of Text Difficulty? (Page 1978)
Kathleen M. Sheehan (Educational Testing Service)
Irene Kostin (Educational Testing Service)
Yoko Futagi (Educational Testing Service)

The Interaction Between Information and Intonation Structure: Prosodic Marking of Theme and Rheme (Page 1984)
Max M. Louwerse (University of Memphis)
Patrick Jeuniaux (University of Memphis)
Bin Zhang (University of Memphis)
Jie Wu (SpeechGear Inc.)
Mohammed E. Hoque (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Perception of Direction and Its Influence on Geometric Discoveries (Page 1990)
Francisco Lara-Dammer (Indiana University)
Douglas R. Hofstadter (Indiana University)

Storage and Recall in Simple Recurrent Neural Networks (Page 1995)
Christo N. Kirov (Johns Hopkins University)

One of These Greebles Is Not Like the Others: Semi-Supervised Models for Similarity Structures (Page 1996)
Rachel G. Stephens (University of Adelaide)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)

How Perception and Mapping Interact During the Analogy-Making Process and the Process of Reinterpretation (Page 2002)
Boicho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University)
Svetlin Kosev (New Bulgarian University)

A Fast Computational Model of Analogical Retrieval (and Mapping) (Page 2003)
Dervla O'Keeffe (University College Dublin)
Fintan Costello (University College Dublin)

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Timecourse of Recovery from Interruptions: Searching for Common Trends Across Multiple Environments (Page 2009)
David Cades (George Mason University)
Raj Ratwani (George Mason University)
J. Gregory Trafton (United States Naval Research Laboratory)
Deborah Boehm-Davis (George Mason University)

Toward a Model of Differential Influence in Discussions (Page 2010)
Randi A. Engle (University of California at Berkeley)
Jennifer Langer-Osuna (University of California at Berkeley)
Maxine Mckinney De Royston (University of California at Berkeley)

An Integrated Model of Action Video Game Play (Page 2016)
Marc Destefano (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Individual Differences in Sustained Vigilant Attention: Insights from Computational Cognitive Modeling (Page 2017)
Glenn Gunzelmann (Air Force Research Laboratory)
L. Richard Moore, Jr. (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Kevin A. Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Hans P. A. Van Dongen (Washington State University Spokane)
David F. Dinges (University of Pennsylvania)

Spatial Modeling Using a Bimodal Cognitive Architecture (Page 2023)
Unmesh Kurup (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
B Chandrasekaran (The Ohio State University)

A Computational Model of Repetition Blindness using a Liquid State Machine (Page 2024)
Patrick Michael Hynes (National University of Ireland Maynooth)
Ronan Reilly (National University of Ireland Maynooth)

Computational Perception of Sizes (Page 2025)
Julia Taylor (University of Cincinnati)
Lawrence Mazlack (University of Cincinnati)

The Speed/Accuracy Tradeoff in Estimating Means: The role of data characteristics (Page 2026)
Bradley Morris (Grand Valley State University)
Amy Masnick (Hofstra University)
Christa Natschke (Grand Valley State University)
Adrianne Spenner (Grand Valley State University)
Stephanie Hammond (Grand Valley State University)
Deardra Kearney (Grand Valley State University)

Discrete Measurement of Sensory Information using Bayesian Networks (Page 2027)
Chris Thornton (University of Sussex)

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Spatial Cognition

Effects of Social Information on Distance Estimation (Page 2028)
Justin L. Matthews (University of California at Merced)
Teenie Matlock (University of California at Merced)

Encoding Spatial Layout in the Dark: Robustness of Visual Spatial Learning (Page 2029)
Naohide Yamamoto (George Washington University)
John W. Philbeck (George Washington University)

The Impact of Attentional Shifts on Spatial Memory in Early Childhood (Page 2030)
Anne R. Schutte (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Brian Keiser (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Chelsie Kobza-Guerrero (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Margaret Ortmann (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

The Integration of Spatial Information across Different Perspectives (Page 2031)
Jan M. Wiener (Collège de France, LPPA, Paris)
Tobias Meilinger (Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics)
Alain Berthoz (Collège de France, LPPA, Paris)

Segmention of Inside-Outside Relations and Complex Contours in the Parietal lobes (Page 2037)
Nabeela Akhtar (University of Birmingham)
M Jane J. Riddoch (University of Birmingham)
Glyn W W. Humphreys (University of Birmingham)

The Role of Animacy in Imagined Spatial Transformations (Page 2038)
Alfred B. Yu (Washington University in St. Louis)
Jeffrey M. Zacks (Washington University in St. Louis)

Spatial Location Uncertainty as Modifier of Attentional Asymmetries (Page 2039)
Dariusz Asanowicz (Jagiellonian University)
Piotr Wolski (Jagiellonian University)

Pointing out the Role of Gesture in Spatial Development (Page 2040)
Megan Sauter (Northwestern University)
David Uttal (Northwestern University)
Susan Goldin-Meadow (University of Chicago)
Susan Levine (University of Chicago)

How Visual Information Affects a Spatial Task (Page 2041)
Peter Khooshabeh (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Mary Hegarty (University of California at Santa Barbara)

Spatial Skills as Predictors of Geometry Achievement (Page 2047)
Yvonne S. Kao (Carnegie Mellon University)
John R. Anderson (Carnegie Mellon University)

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You Drive all the Way to ...?!! Effects of Previous Environment and Travel Patterns on Spatial Scaling (Page 2048)
Penney Nichols-Whitehead (Grand Valley State University)
Stephanie Smith (Grand Valley State University)
Paige Werner (Grand Valley State University)
Tara Amarose (Grand Valley State University)
Hilary Swaney (Grand Valley State University)
Tiffany Rowe (Grand Valley State University)

The Relationship Between the Perception of Symmetry and Spatial Memory (Page 2049)
Margaret R. Ortmann (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)
Anne R. Schutte (University of Nebraska - Lincoln)

Mental Rotations and Spatial Cognition: Comparisons between Vision and Touch (Page 2050)
André F. Caissie (Université de Poitiers)
Lucette Toussaint (Université de Poitiers)
Yannick Blandin (Université de Poitiers)

Spatial Reasoning in Cognitive Architectures (Page 2051)
Michael Matessa (Alion)

Around the World in 80 Steps Or How to Represent Space from Within (Page 2052)
Brian Milligan (University of Toronto)
Jun Luo (University of Toronto)

Spatial Cognition in Different Spaces (Page 2058)
Harry Haroutioun Haladjian (Rutgers University)
Carlos Montemayor (Rutgers University)

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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