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CogSci 2007
The 29th Annual Conference 
of the Cognitive Science Society

Nashville, Tennessee, USA
August 1-4, 2007

Table of Contents

Full Papers -- Oral Presentations

A Behavioral and Computational Integration of Phonological, Short-Term Memory, and Vocabulary Acquisition Processes in Nonword Repetition (Page 59)
Brandon Abbs (University of Iowa)
Prahlad Gupta (University of Iowa)
J. Bruce Tomblin (Wendell Johnson Speech & Hearing Center)
John Lipinski (University of Iowa)

Expert-Novice Differences in Mammogram Interpretation (Page 65)
Roger Azevedo (University of Memphis)
Sonia Faremo (McGill University)
Susanne P. Lajoie (McGill University)

External Regulating Agents' Adaptive Content and Process Scaffolding: The Key to Fostering Mental Model Development during Hypermedia Learning (Page 71)
Roger Azevedo (University of Memphis)
Daniel C. Moos (University of Maryland)
Jeffrey A. Greene (University of Maryland)

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NIMBLE: A Kernel Density Model of Saccade-Based Visual Memory (Page 77)
Luke Barrington (University of California at San Diego)
Tim K. Marks (University of California at San Diego)
Garrison W. Cottrell (University of California at San Diego)

Accounting for Some of the Flexibility of Moral Value-Driven Judgment (Page 83)
Daniel M. Bartels (Northwestern University)

Phonological Similarity Effects Without a Phonological Store: An Individual Differences Model (Page 89)
C. Philip Beaman (University of Reading)
Ian Neath (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
Aimée M. Surprenant (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Mental Mechanisms, Autonomous Systems, and Moral Agency (Page 95)
William Bechtel (University of California at San Diego)
Adele Abrahamsen (University of California at San Diego)

Anger in a Just World? The Impact of Cultural Concepts on Cognition and Emotion (Page 101)
Andrea Bender (University of Freiburg)
Hans Spada (University of Freiburg)
Hannah Swoboda (University of Freiburg)
Simone Traber (University of Freiburg)
Karsten Rauss (University of Freiburg)

An Embodied Model for Higher-Level Cognition (Page 107)
Guilherme Bittencourt (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)

Weighing the Evidence: Children's Naïve Theories of Balance Affect Their Exploratory Play (Page 113)
Elizabeth Baraff Bonawitz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Suejean Lim (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Laura E. Schulz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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Getting the Gist is not Enough: An ERP Investigation of Word Learning from Context (Page 119)
Arielle Borovsky (University of California at San Diego)
Jeff Elman (University of California at San Diego)
Marta Kutas (University of California at San Diego)

Individual Differences and the Impact of Forward and Backward Causal Relations on the Online Processing of Narratives (Page 125)
Stephen W. Briner (University of Memphis)
Christopher A. Kurby (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Rules and Exemplars in Categorization: A Computational Exploration (Page 131)
Duncan P. Brumby (Drexel University)
Ulrike Hahn (Cardiff University)

Integrating Visual and Verbal Knowledge During Classroom Learning with Computer Tutors (Page 137)
Kirsten R. Butcher (University of Pittsburgh)
Vincent Aleven (Carnegie Mellon University)

Children's Online Processing of Complex Sentences: New Evidence from a New Technique (Page 143)
Sarah A. Cargill (Cornell University)
Thomas A. Farmer (Cornell University)
Jennifer A. Schwade (Cornell University)
Michael H. Goldstein (Cornell University)
Michael J. Spivey (Cornell University)

Meaning and Motor Action (Page 149)
Daniel Casasanto (Stanford University)
Sandra Lozano (Stanford University)

All authors retract this paper. The first author, Dr. Daniel Casasanto, believes that the research results cannot be relied upon; Sandra C. Lozano takes full responsibility for the need to retract this article. For further information, please contact Daniel Casasanto (casasanto@alum.mit.edu).

Similarity and Proximity: When Does Close in Space Mean Close in Mind? (Page 155)
Daniel Casasanto (Stanford University)

Continuous Versus Discrete Quantity in Infant Multiple Object Tracking (Page 161)
Marian L. Chen (Rutgers University)
Alan M. Leslie (Rutgers University)

The Impact of Explicit Strategy Instruction on Problem-solving Behaviors across Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Page 167)
Min Chi (Learning Research Development Center)
Kurt VanLehn (Learning Research Development Center)

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Neural Responses to Structural Incongruencies in Language and Statistical Learning Point to Similar Underlying Mechanisms (Page 173)
Morten H. Christiansen (Cornell University)
Christopher M. Conway (Indiana University)
Luca Onnis (Cornell University)

Sources of Difficulty in Imagining Cross Sections of 3D Objects (Page 179)
Cheryl A. Cohen (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Mary Hegarty (University of California at Santa Barbara)

Spatial Constraints on Visual Statistical Learning of Multi-Element Scenes (Page 185)
Christopher M. Conway (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)
Morten H. Christiansen (Cornell University)

Links Between Implicit Learning of Sequential Patterns and Spoken Language Processing (Page 191)
Christopher M. Conway (Indiana University)
David B. Pisoni (Indiana University)

Toward a New Readability: A Mixed Model Approach (Page 197)
Scott A. Crossley (Mississippi State University)
David F. Dufty (University of Memphis)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Monitoring Affective Trajectories during Complex Learning (Page 203)
Sidney D'Mello (University of Memphis)
Roger S. Taylor (University of Memphis)
Art Graesser (University of Memphis)

Implicit Conflict Detection During Decision Making (Page 209)
Wim De Neys (K.U. Leuven)

How Language Affects Thought in a Connectionist Model (Page 215)
Katia Dilkina (Stanford University)
James L. McClelland (Stanford University)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)

A Computational Account of the Development of the Generalization of Shape Information (Page 221)
Leonidas A. A. Doumas (Indiana University)
John E. Hummel (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

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The Dimensionality of Language (Page 227)
Isidoros Doxas (University of Colorado)
Simon Dennis (University of Adelaide)
William Oliver (University of Colorado)

Quantifying Text Difficulty with Automated Indices of Cohesion and Semantics (Page 233)
Nicholas D. Duran (University of Memphis)
Cedrick Bellissens (University of Memphis)
Roger S. Taylor (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Shifting Categories: An Exemplar-based Computational Model of Chain Shifts (Page 239)
Marc Ettlinger (University of California at Berkeley)

Agents and Affordances: Listeners Look for What They Don't Hear (Page 245)
Caitlin M. Fausey (Stanford University)
Teenie Matlock (University of California at Merced)
Daniel C. Richardson (University of California at Santa Cruz)

The Object-Relation Continuum in Language (Page 251)
Michele I. Feist (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
Paula Cifuentes Férez (Universidad de Murcia)

A Rational Account of the Perceptual Magnet Effect (Page 257)
Naomi H. Feldman (Brown University)
Thomas L. Griffiths (University of California at Berkeley)

Complex Acoustic Pattern Learning in Songbirds and Humans (Page 263)
Kimberly M. Fenn (The University of Chicago)
Timothy P. Brawn (The University of Chicago)
Timothy Q. Gentner (University of California at San Diego)
Daniel Margoliash (The University of Chicago)
Howard C. Nusbaum (The University of Chicago)

Causal Beliefs Influence the Perception of Temporal Order (Page 269)
Philip M. Fernbach (Brown University)
Preston Linson-Gentry (Brown University)
Steven A. Sloman (Brown University)

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Indirect Evidence and the Poverty of the Stimulus: The Case of Anaphoric One (Page 275)
Stephani Foraker (The University of Chicago)
Terry Regier (The University of Chicago)
Naveen Khetarpal (The University of Chicago)
Amy Perfors (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Modeling Human Performance in Statistical Word Segmentation (Page 281)
Michael C. Frank (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Sharon Goldwater (Stanford University)
Vikash Mansinghka (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Tom Griffiths (University of California at Berkeley)
Joshua Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Simulating Conceptually-Guided Perceptual Learning (Page 287)
Alexander Gerganov (New Bulgarian University)
Maurice Grinberg (New Bulgarian University)
Paul C. Quinn (University of Delaware)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

A Case Study in Computational Math Cognition and Embodied Arithmetic (Page 293)
Albert Goldfain (University at Buffalo)

A Rational Analysis of Rule-based Concept Learning (Page 299)
Noah D. Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Thomas Griffiths (University of Calfiornia at Berkeley)
Jacob Feldman (Rutgers University)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Learning Grounded Causal Models (Page 305)
Noah D. Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Vikash K. Mansinghka (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

A Subsymbolic Model of Language Pathology in Schizophrenia (Page 311)
Uli Grasemann (The University of Texas at Austin)
Risto Miikkulainen (The University of Texas at Austin)
Ralph Hoffman (Yale University School of Medicine)

Recognition of Pictures May Not Require Central Attentional Resources (Page 317)
Collin Green (NASA Ames Research Center)
James C. Johnston (NASA Ames Research Center)
Eric Ruthruff (University of New Mexico)

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Unifying Rational Models of Categorization via the Hierarchical Dirichlet Process (Page 323)
Thomas L. Griffiths (University of California at Berkeley)
Kevin R. Canini (University of California at Berkeley)
Adam N. Sanborn (Indiana University)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)

Understanding Decrements in Knowledge Access Resulting from Increased Fatigue (Page 329)
Glenn Gunzelmann (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Kevin A. Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Jeffrey Kershner (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Hans P. A. Van Dongen (Washington State University at Spokane)
David F. Dinges (University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)

Behaviorism Reborn? Statistical Learning as Simple Conditioning (Page 335)
Todd M. Gureckis (Indiana University)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)

Reversal of the Alignment Effect: Influence of Visualization and Spatial Set Size (Page 341)
Anthony M. Harrison (University of Pittsburgh)

What Did That $2.5 Million Ad Buy Us? Cognitive Science Goes to the Super Bowl (Page 347)
Lisa A. Haverty (Arnold Worldwide)
Stephen B. Blessing (University of Tampa)

Retelling Narratives as Fiction or Nonfiction (Page 353)
Deborah J. O. Hendersen (Stanford University)
Herb Clark (Stanford University)

Priming and Conservation Between Spatial and Cognitive Search (Page 359)
Thomas T. Hills (Indiana University)
Peter M. Todd (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

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Computational Explorations of Split Architecture in Modeling Face and Object Recognition (Page 365)
Janet Hui-wen Hsiao (University of California at San Diego)
Garrison W. Cottrell (University of California at San Diego)
Danke Shieh (University of California at San Diego)

How Chromaticity Guides Visual Search in Real-World Scenes (Page 371)
Alex D. Hwang (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
Emily C. Higgins (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
Marc Pomplun (University of Massachusetts at Boston)

Signs and Maps – Cognitive Economy in the Use of External Aids for Indoor Navigation (Page 377)
Christoph Hölscher (University of Freiburg)
Simon J. Büchner (University of Freiburg)
Martin Brösamle (University of Freiburg)
Tobias Meilinger (University of Freiburg)
Gerhard Strube (University of Freiburg)

Heuristics in Multi-attribute Decision Making: Effects of Representation Format (Page 383)
Georg Jahn (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Frank Renkewitz (University of Erfurt)
Sonja Kunze (Chemnitz University of Technology)

Learning Causal Schemata (Page 389)
Charles Kemp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Noah D. Goodman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Do Ducks Lay Eggs? How People Interpret Generic Assertions (Page 395)
Sangeet Khemlani (Princeton University)
Sarah-Jane Leslie (Princeton University)
Sam Glucksberg (Princeton University)
Paula Rubio Fernandez (Princeton University)

Evidence for "Dumb" Local-to-Global Integration in Children's Judgments about Motion (Page 401)
Heidi Kloos (University of Cincinnati)
Laura Srivorakiat (University of Cincinnati)
Cathleen Odar (University of Cincinnati)
Sarah Cummins-Sebree (University of Cincinnati)
Kevin Shockley (University of Cincinnati)

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Normative Representation of Objects: Evidence for an Ecological Bias in Object Perception and Memory (Page 407)
Talia Konkle (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Aude Oliva (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Individual Differences in Comprehension Monitoring Ability during Reading (Page 413)
Christopher A. Kurby (University of Memphis)
Yasuhiro Ozuru (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Modeling Visual Classification using Bottom-up and Top-down Fixation Selection (Page 419)
Joyca P. W. Lacroix (Leiden University)
Eric O. Postma (Maastricht University)
H. Jaap van den Herik (Maastricht University)

Grounding Symbol Structures in Space: Formal Notations as Diagrams (Page 425)
David Landy (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

How Space Guides Interpretation of a Novel Mathematical System (Page 431)
David Landy (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

The Alignment of Ordering and Space in Arithmetic Computation (Page 437)
David Landy (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

Goal Framing Predicts Strategy Revision: When and Why Negotiators Reach Integrative Agreements (Page 443)
Jeffrey Loewenstein (McCombs School of Business)
Jeanne Brett (Kellogg School of Management)

Analogy with Qualitative Spatial Representations Can Simulate Solving Raven's Progressive Matrices (Page 449)
Andrew Lovett (Northwestern University)
Kenneth Forbus (Northwestern University)
Jeffrey Usher (Northwestern University)

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Object Permanence as Relational Stability or How to Get Representation from the Dynamics of Embodiment (Page 455)
Jun Luo (University of Toronto)

Computational Modeling of Mood and Feeling from Emotion (Page 461)
Robert P. Marinier (University of Michigan)
John E. Laird (University of Michigan)

Facial Features for Affective State Detection in Learning Environments (Page 467)
Bethany McDaniel (University of Memphis)
Sidney D'Mello (University of Memphis)
Brandon King (University of Memphis)
Patrick Chipman (University of Memphis)
Kristy Tapp (University of Memphis)
Art Graesser (University of Memphis)

Information Pooling and Processing in Group Problem Solving: Analysis and Promotion of Collaborative Inferences from Distributed Information (Page 473)
Anne Meier (University of Freiburg)
Hans Spada (University of Freiburg)

Orientation Specificity in Long-Term-Memory for Environmental Spaces (Page 479)
Tobias Meilinger (Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics)
Bernhard E. Riecke (Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics)
Heinrich H. Bülthoff (Max-Planck-Institute for Biological Cybernetics)

Cognitive Robotics, Enactive Perception, and Learning in the Real World (Page 485)
Anthony F. Morse (University of Skövde)
Tom Ziemke (University of Skövde)

Top-Down Modulation of Neural Responses in Visual Perception: A Computational Exploration (Page 491)
Michael C. Mozer (University of Colorado)
Adrian Fan (University of Colorado)

Incorporating Connotation of Meaning into Models of Semantic Representation: An Application in Text Corpus Analysis (Page 497)
Shane T. Mueller (A.R.A. Inc.)
Richard M. Shiffrin (Indiana University)

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Surprise, Surprise: The Role of Surprising Numerical Feedback in Belief Change (Page 503)
Edward Munnich (University of San Francisco)
Michael Andrew Ranney (University of Calfironia at Berkeley)
Mirian Song (University of California at Berkeley)

Can Language be Replaced? Physical Representations of Relations Instead of Language Labels in Relational Mapping: Do They Help Young Children? (Page 509)
Milena Mutafchieva (New Bulgarian University)
Boicho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University)

Are Eye Movements Involved in Cued Target Recall from Repeating Spatial Contexts? (Page 515)
Christopher W. Myers (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Why is "Quite Certain" More Informative Than "Slight Possibility"? Information Theoretic Analysis of the Informativeness of Probability Statements (Page 521)
Kunininori Nakamura (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Understanding User Behavior Using Cognitive Models (Page 527)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)
Marisa Maio Mackay (m.Net Corporation)
Kieran O'Doherty (m.Net Corporation)

Adjusting the Spanner: Testing an Evidence Accumulation Model of Decision Making (Page 533)
Ben R. Newell (University of New South Wales)
Patrick Collins (University of New South Wales)
Michael D. Lee (University of California at Irwin)

Mathematical Models of Visual Category Learning Enhance fMRI Data Analysis (Page 539)
Emi M Nomura (Northwestern University)
W Todd Maddox (University of Texas)
Paul J Reber (Northwestern University)

What is the Trouble with Transfer? (Page 545)
John E. Opfer (The Ohio State University)
Clarissa A. Thompson (The Ohio State University)

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Factors Mediating the Success of Observation-based Problem Solving (Page 551)
Magda Osman (University College London)

Social Facilitation Effects of Virtual Humans (Page 557)
Sung Park (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Richard Catrambone (Georgia Institute of Technology)

A Dynamic and Stochastic Theory of Choice, Response Time, and Confidence (Page 563)
Timothy J. Pleskac (Indiana University)
Jerome Busemeyer (Indiana University)

Effects of Visual and Phonological Distinctiveness on Syllogistic Reasoning (Page 569)
Jeremy D. Quayle (Sheffield Hallam University)
Linden J. Ball (Lancaster University)

Surprise in the Learning of Color Words (Page 575)
Michael Ramscar (Stanford University)
Kirsten Thorpe (Stanford University)
Katie Denny (Stanford University)

A Matter of Trust: When Landmarks and Geometry Are Used During Reorientation (Page 581)
Kristin R. Ratliff (Temple University)
Nora S. Newcombe (Temple University)

Modeling Cognitive Dissonance Using a Recurrent Neural Network Model with Learning (Page 587)
Stephen J. Read (University of Southern California)
Brian M. Monroe (University of Southern California)

Feature Relations and Feature Salience in Natural Categories (Page 593)
Johnathan R. Rein (University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)
Arthur B. Markman (University of Texas at Austin)

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Comparing Semantic Space Models Using Child-directed Speech (Page 599)
Brian Riordan (Indiana University)
Michael N. Jones (Indiana University)

Auditory Dominance: Overshadowing or Response Competition? (Page 605)
Christopher W. Robinson (The Ohio State University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (The Ohio State University)

Visual Statistical Learning: Getting Some Help from the Auditory Modality (Page 611)
Christopher W. Robinson (The Ohio State University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (The Ohio State University)

Pronoun Interpretation as a Side Effect of Discourse Coherence (Page 617)
Hannah Rohde (University of California at San Diego)
Andrew Kehler (University of California at San Diego)
Jeffrey L. Elman (University of California at San Diego)

Assessing Student Self-Explanations in an Intelligent Tutoring System (Page 623)
Vasile Rus (The University of Memphis)
Philip M. McCarthy (The University of Memphis)
Arthur C. Graesser (The University of Memphis)
Mihai C. Lintean (The University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (The University of Memphis)

Discovering Syntactic Hierarchies (Page 629)
Virginia Savova (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Daniel Roy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Lauren Schmidt (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Joshua B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Application of Voting Geometry to Multialternative Choice (Page 635)
Anouk S. Schneider (Princeton University)
Daniel M. Oppenheimer (Princeton University)
Greg Detre (Princeton University)

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Speed Accomodation in Context: Context Modulation of the Effect of Speech Rate on Response Speed (Page 641)
Hadas Shintel (The University of Chicago)
Howard C. Nusbaum (The University of Chicago)

Psychological Reality of Grammars: Devitt's 'Ignorance of Language' (Page 647)
Peter Slezak (University of New South Wales)

Infants Rapidly Learn Words from Noisy Data via Cross-Situational Statistics (Page 653)
Linda Smith (Indiana University)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)

Equivalance: A Novel Basis for Model Analysis (Page 659)
Terrence C. Stewart (Carleton University)
Robert L. West (Carleton University)

Using LSA Semantic Fields to Predict Eye Movement on Web Pages (Page 665)
Benjamin Stone (University of Adelaide)
Simon Dennis (University of Adelaide)

Penetrating the Geometric Module: Catalyzing Children's Use of Landmarks (Page 671)
Alexandra Twyman (Temple University)
Alinda Friedman (University of Alberta)
Marcia Spetch (University of Alberta)

Peer Instruction as a Way of Promoting Spontaneous Use of Diagrams When Solving Math Word Problems (Page 677)
Yuri Uesaka (The University of Tokyo)
Emmanuel Manalo (The University of Auckland)

Learning to Understand Figurative Language: From Similes to Metaphors to Irony (Page 683)
Tony Veale (University College Dublin)
Yanfen Hao (University College Dublin)

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Categorization and Reinforcement Learning: State Identification in Reinforcement Learning and Network Reinforcement Learning (Page 689)
Vladislav D. Veksler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Michael J. Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Do Learning by Teaching Environments with Metacognitive Support Help Students Develop Better Learning Behaviors? (Page 695)
John Wagster (Vanderbilt University)
Jason Tan (Vanderbilt University)
Y. Wu (Vanderbilt University)
Gautam Biswas (Vanderbilt University)
Dan Schwartz (Stanford University)

Seeing is Believing: Priors, Trust, and Base Rate Neglect (Page 701)
Matthew B. Welsh (University of Adelaide)
Daniel J. Navarro (University Adelaide)

Distributional Statistics and Thematic Role Relationships (Page 707)
Jon A. Willits (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Sidney K. D'Mello (University of Memphis)
Nicholas D. Duran (University of Memphis)
Andrew Olney (University of Memphis)

Learning Causal Structure from Reasoning (Page 713)
Aron K. Barbey (Emory University)
Phillip Wolff (Emory University)

Attentional Highlighting as a Mechanism behind Early Word Learning (Page 719)
Hanako Yoshida (University of Houston)
Rima Hanania (Indiana University)

Social Reflex Hypothesis on Blinking Interaction (Page 725)
Yuichiro Yoshikawa (Asada Synergistic Intelligence Project)
Kazuhiko Shinozawa (ATR)
Hiroshi Ishiguro (Asada Synergistic Intelligence Project and Osaka University)

Two Views of the World: Active Vision in Real-World Interaction (Page 731)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)
Mark Christensen (Indiana University)
Alfredo Pereira (Indiana University)

Hypothesis Testing and Associative Learning in Cross-Situational Word Learning: Are They One and the Same? (Page 737)
Chen Yu (Indiana University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)
Krystal A. Klein (Indiana University)
Richard M. Shiffrin (Indiana University)

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Meaning Matters In Children's Plural Productions (Page 743)
Jennifer A. Zapf (University of Wisconsion at Green Bay)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)

Information Attracts Attention: A Probabilistic Account of the Cross-Race Advantage in Visual Search (Page 749)
Zhang Lingyun (University of California at San Diego)
Matthew H. Tong (University of California at San Diego)
Garrison W. Cottrell (University of California at San Diego)

Bilingual Lexical Representation in a Self-Organizing Neural Network Model (Page 755)
X. Zhao (University of Richmond)
P. Li (University of Richmond)

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