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CogSci 2008

30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

July 23-26, 2008    Washington, DC, USA

Poster Session III, Saturday, July 26th

Higher-Order Cognition: Problem Solving, Reasoning and Decision Making

Faith: Serving Emotional Epistemic- Goals Rather Than Evidence-Coherence (Page 2059)
Thomas D. Griffin (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Bayesian Modeling of Human Sequential Decision-Making on the Multi-Armed Bandit Problem (Page 2065)
Daniel Acuña (University of Minnesota)
Paul Schrater (University of Minnesota)

Investigating Distributed Decisions Using Bandit Problem Environments (Page 2071)
Sheng Kung Michael Yi (University of California at Irvine)

Mistaking the Instance for the Rule: A critical analysis of the truth-table paradigm (Page 2077)
Walter Schroyens (University of Gent)

Activation or Inhibition? Why Reasoners Are Not Blind for Alternative Explanations (Page 2083)
Katja Mehlhorn (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Martin R. K. Baumann (German Aerospace Center)
Franziska Bocklisch (Chemnitz University of Technology)

Ageing, Plasticity, and Cognitive Reserve in Connectionist Networks (Page 2089)
Michael S. C. Thomas (University of London)

Problem Representations in Multitasking: An Additional Cognitive Bottleneck (Page 2095)
Jelmer P. Borst (University of Groningen)
Niels A. Taatgen (Carnegie Mellon University)
Hedderik Van Rijn (University of Groningen)

Incongruity of Premise Content and Type Affects Reasoning Performance (Page 2096)
Sharon Lee Armstrong (La Salle University)

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Modeling Ancient and Modern Arithmetic Practices: Addition and Multiplication with Arabic and Roman Numerals (Page 2097)
Dirk Schlimm (McGill University)
Hansjörg Neth (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Deontic Reasoning Squared (Page 2103)
Sieghard Beller (University of Freiburg)

How the Appearance of an Operator Affects Its Mathematical Precedence (Page 2109)
David H. Landy (University of Illinois, Champaign)
Michael N. Jones (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

Understanding Complex Problem Solving: The Case of Ethics Decision-making (Page 2115)
Russell W. Robbins (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
William A. Wallace (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

A Critical Review of Thinking About What Is True, Possible and Irrelevant in Reasoning from or Reasoning about Conditional Propositions (Page 2116)
Walter Schroyens (University of Gent)

Goal-Driven Hypothesis Testing in a Rule Discovery Task (Page 2122)
Frédéric Vallée-Tourangeau (Kingston University)
Teresa Payton (Kingston University)

Illusory Inferences about Embedded Disjunctions (Page 2128)
Sangeet Khemlani (Princeton University)
P. N. Johnson-Laird (Princeton University)

Coincidences and the Encounter Problem: A Formal Account (Page 2134)
Jean-Louis Dessalles (TELECOM ParisTech)

Questioning Chase and Simon's (1973) Perception in Chess (Page 2140)
Alexandre Linhares (Getulio Vargas Foundation & The Club of Rome)

Distributed Cooknition: Problem Solving in Professional Kitchens (Page 2141)
Aras Bilgen (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Nancy J. Nersessian (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Wendy C. Newstetter (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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

Meaning Negotiation and Situational Interest (Page 2143)
Marco Cruciani (University of Trento)

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Information Processing Solving and Language Tasks

Complex-Arithmetic Problem Solving: Differences among Belgian, Canadian, and Chinese Participants (Page 2144)
Ineke Imbo (Ghent University)
Jo-Anne LeFevre (Carleton University)

The Production of Free Standing and Bound Morphemes in Language Production: A Task Comparison (Page 2150)
Niels Janssen (CNRS & Université de Provence)
Niels Schiller (Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition (LIBC) & Leiden University)
F.-Xavier Alario (CNRS & Université de Provence)

Does Verbalization always Impair Insight Problem Solving? (Page 2151)
Sachiko Kiyokawa (Chubu University)
Mariko Kirihara (University of Tokyo)

The Difference in Brain Activity by the Difference in Reading Speed (Page 2152)
Kazuhiro Ueda (The University of Tokyo)
Naoya Kato (The University of Tokyo)
Haruaki Fukuda (The University of Tokyo)
Toyofumi Sasaki (NBS Japan Society of Speed Reading Education)
Masaharu Kato (Tokyo Women's Medical University)

Entropy and Set Size in Free Association (Page 2153)
Lance W. Hahn (Western Kentucky University)

Effects of Constituency on the Processing of Lexicalized and Novel Compound Words (Page 2154)
Robert Fiorentino (University of Kansas)
Ella M. Fund-Reznicek (University of Kansas)

Is It Better to Give than to Receive? The Assistance Dilemma as a Fundamental Unsolved Problem in the Cognitive Science of Learning and Instruction (Page 2155)
Kenneth R. Koedinger (Carnegie Mellon University)
Phillip Pavlik (Carnegie Mellon University)
Bruce McLaren (Carnegie Mellon University)
Vincent Aleven (Carnegie Mellon University)

Concepts Are Not "Webs of Sensation": Evidence from motion words (Page 2161)
Marina Bedny (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)
Alfonso Caramazza (Harvard University)
Emily Grossman (University of California at Irvine)
Alvaro Pascual-Leone (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)
Rebecca Saxe (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Evidence for the Early Detection of Voicing Mismatch in Obstruent Consonant Clusters (Page 2167)
So-One Hwang (University of Maryland)
Philip J. Monahan (University of Maryland)
William J. Idsardi (University of Maryland)

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An ACT-R Representation of Information Processing in Autism (Page 2168)
Michael Matessa (Alion Science and Technology)

Brain Interactions of Language and Attention (Page 2174)
Max Garagnani (Medical Research Council and Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit)
Yury Shtyrov (Medical Research Council and Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit)
Thomas Wennekers (University of Plymouth)
Friedemann Pulvermüller (Medical Research Council and Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit)

How do Bilingual Speakers Deal with Phonological Similarity Across Languages? An Investigation of Syllable Production Processes (Page 2175)
F.-Xavier Alario (CNRS & Aix-Marseille Université)
Violaine Michel (Service de Neurorééducation, Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève)
Carla Castellano (Service de Neurorééducation, Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève)
Jeremy Goslin (University of Plymouth)
Marina Laganaro (Service de Neurorééducation, Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève)

When and How Often Should Worked Examples Be Given to Students? New Results and a Summary of the Current State of Research (Page 2176)
Bruce M. McLaren (Carnegie Mellon University)
Sung-Joo Lim (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kenneth R. Koedinger (Carnegie Mellon University)

Phonological and Orthographic Consistency Effects in Cortex for Normal and Impaired Readers (Page 2182)
Donald J. Bolger (Northwestern University)
Jennifer Minas (Northwestern University)
Fan Cao (Northwestern University)
Douglas D. Burman (Northwestern University)
James R. Booth (Northwestern University)

Category Properties and the Category-Order Effect (Page 2183)
Jordan Schoenherr (Carleton University)
Robert Thomson (Carleton University)

Dissimilarity and Blending: Bases for the Concept -Synthesizing Process- Comparison between the Linguistic Interpretation and Design Processes (Page 2189)
Yukari Nagai (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Futoshi Mukai (Kobe University)
Toshiharu Taura (Kobe University)

Language Processing

A Connectionist Account of Grammatical Category Deficits in Aphasia (Page 2190)
Christine E. Watson (Carnegie Mellon University)
David C. Plaut (Carnegie Mellon University)

Prosodic Correlates of Linguistic and Extra-Linguistic Information in Dutch (Page 2191)
Diana Dimitrova (University of Groningen)
Gisela Redeker (University of Groningen)
Markus Egg (University of Groningen)
John C. J. Hoeks (University of Groningen)

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Individual Differences in Language Processing: An Embodied Approach (Page 2197)
Xu Xu (The Pennsylvania State University)

Reversed Concreteness Effect and Differentiated Cognate Processing Determined by Direction of Translation and L2 Proficiency (Page 2203)
Marina Hristova (New Bulgarian University)
Armina Janyan (New Bulgarian University)

A Single-Mechanism Dual-Route Model of German Verb Inflection (Page 2209)
Nicolas Ruh (Oxford Brookes University)
Gert Westermann (Oxford Brookes University)

New Perspective for Verb Learning (Page 2215)
Hanako Yoshida (University of Houston)
Linda Smith (Indiana University)
Brian Weisinger (University of Houston)

What Does a Shopper Expect to Save? The Role of Event Knowledge in Verb Interpretation (Page 2219)
David Race (University of Rochester)
Natalie Klein (University of Rochester)
Mary Hare (Bowling Green State University)
Michael Tanenhaus (University of Rochester)

Online Expectations for Verbal Arguments Conditional on Event Knowledge (Page 2220)
Klinton Bicknell (University of California at San Diego)
Jeffrey L. Elman (University of California at San Diego)
Mary Hare (Bowling Green State University)
Ken McRae (University of Western Ontario)
Marta Kutas (University of California at San Diego)

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

Event Knowledge vs. Verb Knowledge (Page 2227)
Jon A. Willits (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Rachel Shirley Sussman (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Michael S. Amato (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

Dissociation Patterns Between Schizophrenic Patients and Their Controls in Theory of Mind and Language Comprehension Tasks (Page 2233)
José M. Gavilán (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
José E. García-Albea (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)

Word Order in Japanese Sentences Biases the Interpretation of Ambiguity (Page 2234)
Keiko Nakamoto (Bunkyo University)

Verb-Generation Priming Is Based on Verb-Concept Selection and Verb Production (Page 2235)
Eva M. De La Riva Lopez (University of Texas at El Paso)
Wendy S. Francis (University of Texas at El Paso)
Julisa Caraballo (University of Texas at El Paso)

Schematisation of the Lexical Meanings: A case study (Page 2236)
Mbame Nazaire (L.R.L, UBP, Clermont 2)

Identifying Emotional Characteristics from Short Blog Texts (Page 2237)
Alastair J. Gill (Northwestern University)
Robert M. French (University of Burgundy)
Darren Gergle (Northwestern University)
Jon Oberlander (University of Edinburgh)

Associative Interference Links Memory for Pairs with Memory for Serial Lists (Page 2243)
Mayank Rehani (University of Alberta)
Jeremy B. Caplan (University of Alberta)

Discourse Relations in Context: Structural Effects in the Comprehension of Texts (Page 2244)
Eyal Sagi (Northwestern University)

Position of Complements and Complementation Frames within Lexical Representation of Verbs (Page 2245)
Stanislava Antonijevic (University of Ireland Galway& University of Limer)

How Different are Familiar Metaphors from Unfamiliar Ones? (Page 2246)
Tomohiro Taira (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

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Spatial Cognition and Spatial Language Processing

Hypothetical Drawing in Embodied Spatial Reasoning (Page 2247)
Atsushi Shimojima (Doshisha University)
Yasuhiro Katagiri (Future University-Hakodate)

On the Path to Understanding the On-line Processing of Grammatical Aspect (Page 2253)
Sarah E. Anderson (Cornell University)
Teenie Matlock (University of California at Merced)
Caitlin M. Fausey (Stanford University)
Michael Spivey (Cornell University & University of California at Merced)

Using Diagrams to Design Information Systems (Page 2259)
James E. Corter (Columbia University)
Jeffrey V. Nickerson (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Barbara Tversky (Columbia University)
Doris Zahner (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Yun Jin Rho (Columbia University)

Temporal Concepts and Frames of Reference: Thinking About Time Between Language and Space (Page 2265)
Alexander Kranjec (University of Pennsylvania)
Laraine Mcdonough (Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center of the City University of New York)

The Cognitive Plausibility of the Use of Cognitive Maps and the Mental Simulation of Others (Page 2266)
William G. Kennedy (Naval Research Laboratory)

Comparing the Utility of Pairwise and Feature-Derived Similarity Measures for Generating Spatial Representations of Semantic Concepts (Page 2267)
Matthew J. Dry (University of Leuven)
Gert Storms (University of Leuven)

The Influence of Perceptual Difficulty on Family Resemblance Sorting (Page 2273)
Fraser Milton (University of Exeter)
Andy J. Wills (University of Exeter)

Good Times, Bad Times: Valence Influences the Adoption of Spatio-temporal Metaphors (Page 2279)
Christopher H. Ramey (Florida Southern College)
Evangelia G. Chrysikou (University of Pennsylvania)
Christopher H Ramey  

Role of Imagistic Simulation in Creative Scientific Thought Experiments (Page 2280)
John J. Clement (U. of Massachusetts)

A Model of Language Processing and Spatial Reasoning Using Skill Acquisition to Situate Action (Page 2281)
Scott A. Douglass (U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory)
John R. Anderson (Carnegie Mellon University)

Integrating Semantic and Visual Aspects of Online Information Search (Page 2287)
Hansjoerg Neth (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Evan W. Patton (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Steven Banas (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Michael J. Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Structured Meme Theory: How Is Informational Inheritance Maintained? (Page 2288)
Makoto Toyota (T-Method)
Muneo Kitajima (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Hideaki Shimada (Shinshu University)

Aptness Is a Bear: Evaluating the Relationship between Metaphor Quality and Metaphor Comprehension (Page 2289)
Brian F. Bowdle (Grand Valley State University)

The Thermal Qualities of Substance: A Cross-Cultural Account (Page 2290)
Srini Narayanan (ICSI and University of California at Berkeley)

Multimodal Characterization of Breast Cancer Screening Anomalies (Page 2296)
Monica Gemo (Universite Catholique de Louvain)
Olga Vybornova (Universite Catholique de Louvain)
Benoit Macq (Universite Catholique de Louvain)

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Working Memory Components in the Wisconsin Card Sorting Task (Page 2297)
Pavel Sergey Grebenkov (Carleton University)
Jobina Li (Carleton University)
Gordon Griffiths (Carleton University)
Arman Tajarobi (Carleton University)
Abeer Mourad (Carleton University)

Expertise in a Map Reading Task: The Role of Schemas in the Processing of Topographical Relief Information (Page 2298)
Robin S. G. Kent (University of Sussex)
Peter C.-H. Cheng (University of Sussex)

A Working Memory Simulator for Computational Estimation of Cognitive Load during Learning (Page 2304)
François Courtemanche (Sherbrooke University)
André Mayers (Sherbrooke University)
Mehdi Najjar (University of Montreal)

Memory Processes in Perceptual Decision Making (Page 2310)
Manish Saggar (University of Texas at Austin)
Risto Miikkulainen (University of Texas at Austin)
David M. Schnyer (University of Texas at Austin)

Practice Effects on Interruption Tolerance in Algebraic Problem-Solving (Page 2316)
Diana Woelki (Berlin Institute of Technology)
Antti Oulasvirta (Helsinki Institute for Information Technology)
Jürgen Kiefer (Berlin Institute of Technology)
Robert Lischke (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)

Learning from Scrolling Interfaces: Interactions with Working Memory Capacity (Page 2322)
Christopher A. Sanchez (Arizona State University)
Jennifer Wiley (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Learning Correct Responses and Errors in the Hebb Repetition Paradigm (Page 2323)
Daniel Lafond (Université Laval)
Mathieu Couture (Université Laval)
Sébastien Tremblay (Université Laval)

Computational Modelling of Mental Imagery in Chess: A Sensitivity Analysis (Page 2324)
Fernand Gobet (Brunel University)
Andrew J. Waters (Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)

Induction and Recollection in Explicit and Implicit Category Learning (Page 2330)
Michael Romano (University of California at Merced)

Investigating Limited Perception Effects from a Cognitive Science Perspective (Page 2331)
Eshaa M. Alkhalifa (University of Bahrain)

Crossover Effect as Observed in Individuals with Learning Disabilities (Page 2336)
Beth M. Hartzler (Bowling Green State University)
Richard B. Anderson (Bowling Green State University)
Frederick Parente (Towson University)
Bryan Devan (Towson University)
Herbert Petri (Towson University)

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Linking Target Estimation and Cued Recall Through Common Working and Long Term Memory Processes (Page 2337)
Evelina Dineva (University of Iowa & Iowa Center for Developmental and Learning Sciences)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa & Iowa Center for Developmental and Learning Sciences)

Can Unsuccessful Tests Enhance Learning? (Page 2338)
Lindsey Richland (University of California at Irvine)
Liche Sean Kao (University of California at Irvine)
Nate Kornell (University of California at Los Angeles)

From List Learning to Semantic Knowledge: Search and Learning of Associative Memory (Page 2344)
Greg E. Cox (University of Maryland)
J. Isaiah Harbison (University of Maryland)
Eddy J. Davelaar (University of London)

Crossmodal Binding in Working Memory (Page 2350)
Anne T. Gilman (University of New Hampshire)
Colin Ware (University of New Hampshire)

Perspectives on Learning

The Role of Prior Knowledge and System Structure on Self-Regulated Learning with Hypermedia (Page 2351)
Roger Azevedo (University of Memphis)
Amy M. Witherspoon (University of Memphis)
Gwyneth Lewis (University of Memphis)
Emily Siler (University of Memphis)

The Role of Integration Scaffolding in Learners' Self-Regulated Learning with Multiple External Representations (Page 2352)
Amy Witherspoon (The University of Memphis)
Roger Azevedo (The University of Memphis)

Does a Lack of Contiguity with Visual Text Cause the Modality Effect in Multimedia Learning? (Page 2353)
Anne Schueler (Universität Tübigen)
Katharina Scheiter (Universität Tübigen)
Peter Gerjets (Universität Tübigen)
Ralf Rummer (Universität des Saarlandes)

Adolescents' Use of Multiple Representations of Information in Self-regulated and Externally-Regulated Learning with Hypermedia (Page 2359)
Amy Witherspoon (The University of Memphis)
Roger Azevedo (The University of Memphis)
Gwyneth Lewis (The University of Memphis)

Coordinating Principles and Examples through Analogy and Explanation (Page 2365)
Timothy J. Nokes (University of Pittsburgh)
Kurt Vanlehn (University of Pittsburgh)
Daniel M. Belenky (University of Pittsburgh)

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Perceptual Learning in Mathematics Education (Page 2366)
Ji Son (University of California at Los Angeles)
Christine Massey (Upenn)
Zipora Roth (UPenn)
Warren Longmire (UPenn)
Timothy Burke (University of California at Los Angeles)
Joel Zucker (University of California at Los Angeles)
Philip J. Kellman (University of California at Los Angeles)

Students' Beliefs about Learning English as a Foreign Language (Page 2367)
Raquel G. Garcia Jurado (National Autonomous University of Mexico)

Learning Disabled Students, Metacognition, and Informative Writing (Page 2368)
Delayne Connor (Bridgewater State College)

Are Self-Explaining and Coached Problem Solving More Effective When Done by Pairs of Students Than Alone? (Page 2369)
Robert G. M. Hausmann (University of Pittsburgh)
Brett van de Sande (University of Pittsburgh)
Kurt VanLehn (University of Pittsburgh)

The Effects of Feedback Elaboration on the Giver of Feedback (Page 2375)
Ryan S. Wooley (Kent State University)
Christopher A. Was (Kent State University)
Christian D. Schunn (University of Pittsburgh)
David W. Dalton (Kent State University)

Using Teachable Agent Feedback to Support Effective Learning by Teaching (Page 2381)
Rod D. Roscoe (Vanderbilt University)
John Wagster (Vanderbilt University)
Gautam Biswas (Vanderbilt University)

The Effect of Concrete and Abstract Manipulatives on Efficient and Innovative Learning (Page 2387)
Daniel Belenky (University of Pittsburgh)
Timothy J. Nokes (University of Pittsburgh)

Impact of the 2D and 3D Vision on the Learning of Fine Motor Skills According to the Instrumental Dimension: Implications for training in minimal invasive surgery (Page 2388)
Adélaïde Blavier (National Fund of Scientific Research-Harvard University)
Anne-Sophie Nyssen (University of Liège)

Designing Structured Invention Tasks to Prepare for Future Learning (Page 2394)
Ido Roll (Carnegie Mellon University)
Vincent Aleven (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kenneth R. Koedinger (Carnegie Mellon University)

Using Self-Explanation to Improve Algebra Learning (Page 2395)
Julie L. Booth (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kenneth R. Koedinger (Carnegie Mellon University)
Robert S. Siegler (Carnegie Mellon University)

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Object and Scene Perception

The Seduction of Symmetry: Bias in the Manual Rotation of a Virtual Object (Page 2396)
Andrew T. Stull (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Mary Hegarty (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Richard E. Mayer (University of California at Santa Barbara)

Effects of Action Orientation on Coping with Negativity in Prisoners Dilemma Game Playing (Page 2397)
Gergana Kusmova (New Bulgarian University)
Evgenia Hristova (New Bulgarian University)
Maurice Grinberg (New Bulgarian University)

Incremental Syntactic Disambiguation Using Depicted Events: Plausibility, Co-Presence and Dynamic Presentation (Page 2398)
Emilia Ellsiepen (Saarland University)
Pia Knoeferle (University of California at San Diego)
Matthew W. Crocker (Saarland University)

Adapting Referring Expressions to the Task Environment (Page 2404)
Markus Guhe (University of Edinburgh)
Ellen Gurman Bard (University of Edinburgh)

Active Object Exploration in Toddlers and Its Role in Visual Object Recognition (Page 2410)
Alfredo F. Pereira (Indiana University Bloomington)
Karin H. James (Indiana University Bloomington)
Susan S. Jones (Indiana University Bloomington)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University Bloomington)

Processing of First- Vs. Third-person Narratives (Page 2416)
Tristan C. Thomte (Stanford University)
Herbert H. Clark (Stanford University)

Effects of Handedness and Orientation on Tool Naming and Use (Page 2417)
Evangelia G. Chrysikou (University of Pennsylvania)
Shannon Fouse (University of Pennsylvania)
Sharon L. Thompson-Schill (University of Pennsylvania)

The Recruitment of Language in the Perception of Objects (Page 2418)
Kevin J. Holmes (Emory University)
Laura L. Namy (Emory University)
Phillip Wolff (Emory University)

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Manipulating Sudoku Strategies (Page 2419)
Michael Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Hansjorg Neth (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Alison Dennis (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Object-Specific Preview Benefit and Multiple Object Tracking: Priming Effects Enhanced During Active Tracking for Both English Letters and Unfamiliar Symbols (Page 2420)
Harry Haroutioun Haladjian (Rutgers University)
Zenon W. Pylyshyn (Rutgers University)

Motivating Use of an Object-Centered Frame of Reference (Page 2421)
Laurie E. Robinette (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
Michele I. Feist (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
Michael Kalish (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)

The Task Structures the Response: Reference Frame Alignment in Toddlers' Emerging Object Search Strategies (Page 2422)
Lynn K. Perry (University of Iowa)
Larissa Samuelson (University of Iowa)
John Spencer (University of Iowa)

Cultural Differences in Cognitive Processing Style: Evidence from Eye Movements During Scene Processing (Page 2428)
Zihui Lu (University of Toronto at Mississauga)
Meredyth Daneman (University of Toronto at Mississauga)
Eyal M. Reingold (University of Toronto at Mississauga)

Theory of Mind and Automatic Processing (Page 2433)
Adam Scott Cohen (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Tamsin C. German (University of California at Santa Barbara)

Remembering When Words Are Mutually Exclusive (Page 2434)
Emily Mather (University of Oxford)
Kim Plunkett (University of Oxford)

Seeing Heaviness (Page 2440)
Matthew Streit (University of Cincinnati)
Kevin Shockley (University of Cincinnati)
Michael Riley (University of Cincinnati)

Efficient Expression of 2D Shapes Using Points in Consideration of Human Visual Characteristics (Page 2445)
Hiroyo Ishikawa (Keio University)
Hideo Saito (Keio University)

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Other Agents, Social Cognition, and Emotion

Sarcastic Synchronization: Simultaneous Acoustic and Pragmatic Alignment in Pseudo-Interaction (Page 2446)
Jennifer Roche (The University of Memphis)
Rick Dale (The University of Memphis)
Gina Caucci (The University of Memphis)

Determinants of "Change Deafness" Rates in an Ecologically Valid Social Scenario (Page 2447)
Thomas A. Farmer (Cornell University)
Melanie Hamel (Rice University)
Kat Kgres (Cornell University)
Sheena Rogers (James Madison University)

Cascade Effect in Perceiving Onset Timings of Others Responses and Feeling about Communication (Page 2448)
Yuichiro Yoshikawa (Asada Synergistic Intelligence Project)
Kazunori Yamauchi (Osaka University)
Hiroshi Ishiguro (Asada Synergistic Intelligence Project)

Benefits of Using Empirical Data in the HCI Design Process (Page 2454)
Sarah Kriz (Naval Research Laboratory)
J. Gregory Trafton (Naval Research Laboratory)

Social Responses to Collaborator: Dilemma Game with Human and Computer Agent (Page 2455)
Kazuhisa Miwa (Nagoya University)
Hitoshi Terai (Tokyo Denki University)
Satoshi Hirose (Nagoya University)

Cognitive Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Others (KSAOs) Extracted from Corporate MBO Data (Page 2461)
Kohei Noda (EI Research Inc.)
Micihtsugu Yamauchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Daisaku Kitamura (Waseda University)

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Tuning in to Another Agent's Action Capabilities (Page 2462)
Tehran J. Davis (University of Cincinnati)
Verónica C. Ramenzoni (University of Cincinnati)
Kevin Shockley (University of Cincinnati)
Michael A. Riley (University of Cincinnati)

Motion Behavior and Its Influence on Human-likeness in an Android Robot (Page 2468)
Michihiro Shimada (Osaka University)
Hiroshi Ishiguro (Osaka University)

Motor Dynamics of Task Switching (Page 2474)
Nicholas C. Hindy (University of Pennsylvania)
Michael J. Spivey (Cornell University)

The Difference in the Manner of Interacting with a Moving Robot Influences Animacy Perception (Page 2480)
Haruaki Fukuda (University of Tokyo)
Kazuhiro Ueda (University of Tokyo)

Introducing Emotions in an Analogy-Making Model (Page 2485)
Ivan Vankov (New Bulgarian University)
Kiril Kiryazov (New Bulgarian University)
Maurice Grinberg (New Bulgarian University)

Coordination and Self-Similarity of Verbal and Nonverbal Behaviors during Face-to-face Dyadic Conversation (Page 2491)
Kathleen T. Ashenfelter (U.S. Census Bureau)
Steven Boker (University of Virginia)
Jennifer Waddell (Villanova University)

People's Interpretations of Agents' Attitude from Artificial Sounds Expressed by Agents with Different Appearances (Page 2492)
Takanori Komatsu (Shinshu University)
Seiji Yamada (National Institute of Informatics)

A Robot's Experience of Another Robot: Simulation (Page 2498)
Tibor Bosse (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Johan F. Hoorn (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Matthijs Pontier (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Ghazanfar F. Siddiqui (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

A Robot's Experience of Its User: Theory (Page 2504)
Johan F. Hoorn (Vrije Universiteit)

Examining the Level of Aggression in Italian Professional Soccer (Page 2510)
Franco Zengaro (Middle Tennessee State University)
Sally Zengaro (University of Alabama)
Asghar Iran-Nejad (University of Alabama)

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Associative Symmetry Generalizes to Asymmetric Pairs (Page 2511)
Christopher R. Madan (University of Alberta)
Mackenzie G. Glaholt (University of Toronto at Mississauga)
Jeremy B. Caplan (University of Alberta)

What Goes on in a Meeting? An empirical study (Page 2512)
Nik Nailah Binti Abdullah (National Institute of Informatics)
Elia Tomadaki (The Open University)
Peter Scott (The Open University)
Shinichi Honiden (National Institute of Informatics)

A Gestalt-Base Knowledge Representation for Controlling Cognitive Biases (Page 2513)
Fumihito Ikeda (Hokkaido University)

Towards a Workload-Performance Prediction Tool (Page 2514)
Daniel N. Cassenti (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)
Troy Kelley (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

The Regulatory Self of the Extended Mind (Page 2515)
Hsi-Wen Daniel Liu (Providence University)

The Cognitive Science of Affect: Toward a Biological Embodiment Perspective (Page 2516)
Asghar Iran-Nejad (University of Alabama)

Hunting Harvey: Imaginary Companion Analogs in Adults (Page 2517)
Deborah J. O. Hendersen (Stanford 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.

CogWorks Labs, RPI