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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 -- Poster Presentations

Incremental Dialogue System Faster than and Preferred to its Nonincremental Counterpart (Page 761)
Gregory Aist (Arizona State University)
James Allen (University of Rochester)
Ellen Campana (University of Rochester and Arizona State University)
Carlos Gomez Gallo (University of Rochester)
Scott Stoness (University of Rochester)
Mary Swift (University of Rochester)
Michael K. Tanenhaus (University of Rochester)

Evaluating the Contribution of Intra-Lingustic and Extra-Linguistic Data to the Structure of Human Semantic Representations (Page 767)
Mark Andrews (University College London)
Gabriella Vigliocco (University College London)
David Vinson (University College London)

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Why Externalism is Not Part of Cognitive Science (Page 773)
Eran Asoulin (University of New South Wales)

Goal Inference as Inverse Planning (Page 779)
Chris L. Baker (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
J. B. Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Rebecca R. Saxe (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Diagnostic Object Motion Weakens Representations of Static Form (Page 785)
Benjamin Balas (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Pawan Sinha (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

What Determines the Acceptability of Deontic Health and Safety Rules? (Page 791)
Linden J. Ball (Lancaster University)
David Alford (Lancaster University)

Changing Explanations in the Face of Anomalous Data in Abductive Reasoning (Page 797)
Martin R. K. Baumann (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Franziska Bocklisch (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Katja Mehlhorn (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Josef F. Krems (Chemnitz University of Technology)

The Activation of Hypotheses during Abductive Reasoning (Page 803)
Martin R. K. Baumann (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Katja Mehlhorn (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Franziska Bocklisch (Chemnitz University of Technology)

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Integrating iSTART into a High School Curriculum (Page 809)
Courtney M. Bell (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Towards a Textual Cohesion Model that Predicts Self-Explanations Inference Generation as a Function of Text Structure and Readers' Knowledge Levels (Page 815)
Cédrick Bellissens (University of Memphis)
Patrick Jeuniaux (University of Memphis)
Nicholas D. Duran (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Numeral Classifiers in Specific Counting Systems: Cultural Context, Linguistic Principles, and Cognitive Implications (Page 821)
Andrea Bender (University of Freiburg)
Sieghard Beller (University of Freiburg)

How the Statistical Structure of the Environment Affects Perception of the Müller-Lyer Illusions (Page 827)
Stephen Blessing (University of Tampa)
Martina Svetlik (University of Tampa)

Characterizing Motherese: On the Computational Structure of Child-Directed Language (Page 833)
Peter Brodsky (Cornell University)
Heidi Waterfall (Cornell University)

The Effect of Training Context on Fixations Made During Visual Discriminations (Page 839)
Randy J. Brou (Mississippi State University)
Teena M. Garrison (Mississippi State University)
Stephanie M. Doane (Mississippi State University)
Gary L. Bradshaw (Mississippi State University)

Modeling Navigation in Degree-of-Interest Trees (Page 845)
Raluca Budiu (Palo Alto Research Center)
Peter Pirolli (Palo Alto Research Center)

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Why do People Prefer Historically Intended Functions? (Page 851)
Sergio E. Chaigneau (Universidad Adolfo Ibanez)
Ramon D. Castillo (Universidad de Talca)
Luis Martinez (Universidad de Talca)

Thinking More Lowers Hand Waving: Dual Task Damps Hand Movements During Mental Rotation (Page 857)
Sanjay Chandrasekharan (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Samudragupta Bora (University of Allahabad)
Dilip Athreya (University of Allahabad)
Narayanan Srinivasan (University of Allahabad)

Online Discussion Processes: Effects of the Previous Messages' Evaluations, Knowledge Content, Social Cues, and Personal Information on the Current Message (Page 863)
Gaowei Chen (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Ming Ming Chiu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Measuring Mathematic Formula Writing Competence: An Application of Graphical Protocol Analysis (Page 869)
Peter C.-H. Cheng (University of Sussex)
Hector Rojas-Anaya (University of Sussex)

A Theoretical Model of Behavioral Shaping (Page 875)
Manu Chhabra (University of Rochester)
Daniel Stefankovic (University of Rochester)
Robert A. Jacobs (University of Rochester)

The Interaction of Food-Quantity Differences and Temporal Presentation on the Amount of Food People Consume (Page 881)
Jessica M. Choplin (DePaul University)
Laura Motyka (DePaul University)

Syllables, Morphemes and Bayesian Computational Models of Acquiring a Word Grammar (Page 887)
Çağri Çoltekin (Middle East Technical University)
Cem Bozşahin (Middle East Technical University)

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Assessing the Efficacy of Transitional Probabilities for Learning Syntactic Categories (Page 893)
Erin Conwell (Brown University)
Benjamin J. Balas (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Combining Perception and Experience in Spatial Categorization (Page 899)
L. Elizabeth Crawford (University of Richmond)
Erin L. Jones (University of Richmond)

Posture as a Predictor of Learner's Affective Engagement (Page 905)
Sidney D'Mello (University of Memphis)
Patrick Chipman (University of Memphis)
Art Graesser (University of Memphis)

The Relationship Between Decision and Action: Simulating Response Dynamics in Categorization (Page 911)
Rick Dale (University of Memphis)

Strategies, Heuristics and Biases in Complex Problem Solving (Page 917)
Frederic Dandurand (McGill University)
Thomas R. Shultz (McGill University)
Kristine H. Onishi (McGill University)

Strategies for Orientation: The Role of 3D Landmark Saliance and Map Alignment (Page 923)
Clare Davies (Ordnance Survey)
David Peebles (University of Huddersfield)

Translating From Perceptual to Cognitive Coding (Page 929)
Tyler Davis (The University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (The University of Texas at Austin)
W. Todd Maddox (The University of Texas at Austin)

Hidden Structure: Indirect Measurement of Relational Representation (Page 935)
Samuel B. Day (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)

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Effects of Fact Mutability in the Interpretation of Counterfactuals (Page 941)
Morteza Dehghani (Northwestern University)
Rumen Iliev (Northwestern University)
Stefan Kaufmann (Northwestern University)

Eye-tracking Evidence for Integration Cost Effects in Corpus Data (Page 947)
Vera Demberg (University of Edinburgh)
Frank Keller (University of Edinburgh)

Using Interpolation Regions to Discriminate Models of Function Learning (Page 953)
E. Dimperio (Indiana University)

Using Instructions in Procedural Tasks (Page 959)
Elsa Eiríksdóttir (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Richard Catrambone (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Blocking and Learned Attention in Language Acquisition (Page 965)
Nick C. Ellis (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor)

Pupillometric Indices of Visual and Prosodic Information on Spoken Language Comprehension (Page 971)
Paul E. Engelhardt (Michigan State University)
Elena G. Patsenko (Michigan State University)
Fernanda Ferreira (University of Edinburgh)

Casual Models and Cognitive Representations in Multiple Cue Judgment (Page 977)
Tommy Enkvist (Uppsala University)
Peter Juslin (Uppsala University)

Cognitive Components of Speech at Different Time Scales (Page 983)
Ling Feng (Technical University of Denmark)
Lars Kai Hansen (Technical University of Denmark)

Labels: Category Markers or Objects Features? Or How Rocks and Stones are Different from Bunnies and Rabbits (Page 989)
Anna V. Fisher (Carnegie Mellon University)

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Frequency, Neighborhood Density, and Phonological Similarity Effects in Picture Naming: An Artificial Lexicon Study (Page 995)
Austin F. Frank (University of Rochester)
Michael K. Tanenhaus (University of Rochester)
Richard N. Aslin (University of Rochester)
Anne Pier Salverda (University of Rochester)

Deciding the Price of Fame (Page 1001)
Caren A. Frosch (University of Reading)
C. Philip Beaman (University of Reading)
Rachel McCloy (University of Reading)

Mental Time-Lines Follow Writing Direction: Comparing English and Hebrew Speakers (Page 1007)
Orly Fuhrman (Stanford University)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)

Ethical System Formalization using Non-Monotonic Logics (Page 1013)
Jean-Gabriel Ganascia (University Paris VI)

Ordering Worked Examples to Promote Categorization (Page 1019)
Brian D. Gane (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Richard Catrambone (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Creating Perceptual Features Using a BAM-inspired Architecture (Page 1025)
Gyslain Giguère (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Sylvain Chartier (Université d'Ottawa)
Robert Proulx (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Jean-Marc Lina (École de Technologie Supérieure)

Effects of Inter-associate Connectivity on the Persistence of False Recall (Page 1031)
Winston D. Goh (National University of Singapore)
Bee Hong Khoo (National University of Singapore)

A Bayesian Robot That Distinguishes "Self" from "Other" (Page 1037)
Kevin Gold (Yale University)
Brian Scassellati (Yale University)

Understanding the Distribution of Infant Attention: A Dynamical Systems Approach (Page 1043)
Joshua Goldberg (Indiana University)
Gregor Schöner (Ruhr-Universität)

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Presentation Format Effects in a Levels of Processing Task (Page 1049)
Paula Goolkasian (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Paul W. Foos (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Interactions of Expertise and Prior-Knowledge Activation with Low-Coherent and High-Coherent Concept Mapping Tasks (Page 1055)
Johannes Gurlitt (University of Freiburg)
Alexander Renkl (University of Freiburg)
Lucie Faulhaber (University of Freiburg)
Frank Fischer (University of Munich)

The Effects of Practical Experience on Expertise in Clinical Psychology and Collaboration (Page 1061)
Sabine Hauser (University of Freiburg)
Hans Spada (University of Freiburg)
Nikol Rummel (University of Freiburg)

Self-explaining in the Classroom: Learning Curve Evidence (Page 1067)
Robert G.M. Hausmann (University of Pittsburgh)
Kurt VanLehn (University of Pittsburgh)

Inferring Properties when Categorization is Uncertain: A Feature-Conjunction Account (Page 1073)
Brett K. Hayes (University of New South Wales)
Chris Ruthven (University of New South Wales)
Ben R. Newell (University of New South Wales)

Sketching Musical Compositions (Page 1079)
Patrick G. T. Healey (University of London)
Jean-Baptiste Thiebaut (University of London)

Prosody, Context, and Thematic Fit Meet "Gapping": The Interaction of Multiple Constraints in Spoken Sentence Comprehension (Page 1085)
John C. J. Hoeks (University of Groningen)
Petra Hendriks (University of Groningen)
Gisela Redeker (University of Groningen)

Memory Retrieval Effects on Filler-Gap Procession (Page 1091)
Philip Hofmeister (Stanford University)

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Does Sitting on Your Hands Make You Bite Your Tongue? The Effects of Gesture Prohibition on Speech During Motor Descriptions (Page 1097)
Autumn B. Hostetter (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Martha W. Alibali (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Sotaro Kita (University of Birmingham)

Processing Function Words in Artificial Languages: Effects of Function Word Presence and Perceptual Cues (Page 1103)
Dan Hufnagle (University of Calgary)
Suzanne Curtin (University of Calgary)

Can Interactive Activation Models Accommodate Neighborhood Distribution Effects in Visual Word Recognition? (Page 1109)
Victor Illera (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Javier S. Sainz (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

Learning the Structure of a Mathematical Group (Page 1115)
Anna Jamrozik (McGill University)
Thomas R. Shultz (McGill University)

Gender-Congruency and Cognate Effect in Bulgarian-English Bilinguals: Evidence from a Word-Translation Task (Page 1121)
Armina Janyan (New Bulgarian University)
Marina Hristova (New Bulgarian University)

Analyzing Human Tutorial Dialogues for Cohesion and Coherence During Hypermedia Learning of a Complex Science Topic (Page 1127)
Moongee Jeon (University of Memphis)
Roger Azevedo (University of Memphis)

Cognitive Control as Alternation of Activation and Suppression in a Stroop Task (Page 1133)
Ion Juvina (Carnegie Mellon University)
Niels A. Taatgen (Carnegie Mellon University)
Daniel Dickison (Carnegie Mellon University)

The Effects of Learning Multiple Instantiations on Transfer (Page 1139)
Jennifer A. Kaminski (Ohio State University)
Vladimir M. Sloutsky (Ohio State University)
Andrew F. Heckler (Ohio State University)

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Sources of Difficulty in Multi-Step Geometry Area Problems (Page 1145)
Yvonne S. Kao (Carnegie Mellon University)
Ido Roll (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kenneth R. Koedinger (Carnegie Mellon University)

A Unified Account of Segment Duration and Coarticulatory Effects in Speech Production (Page 1151)
Alan H. Kawamoto (University of California at Santa Cruz)
Qiang Liu (University of California at Santa Cruz)

Visual, Lexical, and Contextual Effects on Word Identification of Korean (Page 1157)
Say Young Kim (University of Pittsburgh)

Cognitive Modeling of Analogy Events in Physics Problem Solving From Examples (Page 1163)
Matthew Klenk (Northwestern University)
Ken Forbus (Northwestern University)

Can an AI System Facilitate Human Creative Generation? An Experimental Investigation in Mathematical Problem Posing (Page 1169)
Kazuaki Kojima (Waseda University)
Kazuhisa Miwa (Nagoya University)

Analogical Mapping and Perception: Can Mapping Cause a Re-Representation of the Target Stimulus? (Page 1175)
Biocho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University)
Svetoslav Bliznashki (New Bulgarian University)
Svetlin Kosev (New Bulgarian University)
Penka Hirstova (New Bulgarian University)

Investigating Training and Transfer Effects Resulting from Recurrent CBT of X-Ray Image Interpretation (Page 1181)
Saskia M. Koller (University of Zurich)
Diana Hardmeier (University of Zurich)
Stefan Michel (University of Zurich)
Adrian Schwaninger (University of Zurich)

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When Skunks are Similar to Giraffes and When They Are Not: Grammatical Gender Effects on Bilingual Cognition (Page 1187)
Stavroula-Thaleia Kousta (University College London)
David P. Vinson (University College London)
Gabriella Vigliocco (University College London)

The Role of Spatial Information in Referential Communication: Speaker and Addressee Preferences for Disambiguating Objects (Page 1193)
Sarah Kriz (Naval Research Laboratory)
J. Gregory Trafton (Naval Research Laboratory)
J. Malcolm McCurry (Naval Research Laboratory)

Toward a More Textual, as Opposed to Conceptual, Approach to Metaphor Research: A case study of How to Cook a Husband (Page 1199)
Kow Kuroda (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology)
Keiko Nakamoto (Bunkyo University)
Yoshikata Shibuya (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology)
Hitoshi Isahara (Bunkyo University)

Causal Models Guide Analogical Inference (Page 1205)
Hee Seung Lee (University of California at Los Angeles)
Keith J. Holyoak (University of California at Los Angeles)

The Representation of Judgment Heuristics and the Generality Problem (Page 1211)
Carole J. Lee (Mount Holyoke College)

Using Computational Text Analysis Tools to Compare the Lyrics of Suicidal and Non-Suicidal Songwriters (Page 1217)
Erin J. Lightman (University of Memphis)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
David F. Dufty (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Revision of Simple Causal Hypotheses: Inferring Interaction Across Multiple Contexts (Page 1223)
Mimi Liljeholm (University of California at Los Angeles)
Patricia Cheng (University of California at Los Angeles)
Beatrice Leung (University of California at Los Angeles)

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A Unified Framework for Perception in Autonomous Systems (Page 1229)
Ignacio López (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
Ricardo Sanz (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
Julita Bermejo (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)

Multimodal Communication in Face-to-Face Computer-Mediated Conversations (Page 1235)
Max M. Louwerse (University of Memphis)
Nick Benesh (University of Memphis)
Mohammed E. Hoque (University of Memphis)
Patrick Jeuniaux (University of Memphis)
Gwyneth Lewis (University of Memphis)
Jie Wu (University of Memphis)
Megan Zirnstein (University of Memphis)

Bayesian Models of Judgments of Causal Strength: A Comparison (Page 1241)
Hongjing Lu (University of Hong Kong)
Alan Yuille (University of California at Los Angeles)
Mimi Liljeholm (University of California at Los Angeles)
Patricia W. Cheng (University of California at Los Angeles)
Keith J. Holyoak (University of California at Los Angeles)

Reuniting Categories, Language, and Perception (Page 1247)
Gary Lupyan (Carnegie Mellon University)

Unraveling the Time-course of Perceptual Categorization: Does Fastest Mean First? (Page 1253)
Michael L. Mack (Vanderbilt University)
Alan C.-N. Wong (Vanderbilt University)
Isabel Gauthier (Vanderbilt University)
James W. Tanaka (University of Victoria)
Thomas J. Palmeri (Vanderbilt University)

Benefits of Incorporating a Stream of Thought: A Case Study (Page 1259)
Abhijit Mahabal (Indiana University)

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A Qualitative Analysis of Expert-Expert Differences in Understanding Aquariums (Page 1265)
Surabhi Marathe (Rutgers University)
Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver (Rutgers University)
Lei Liu (Rutgers University)

Verbal Ability and Structured Navigation on Learning with Hypertext (Page 1271)
Brenda Martinez-Papponi (University of New Mexico)
Timothy E. Goldsmith (University of New Mexico)

Incremental Process of Musical Key Identification (Page 1277)
Rie Matsunaga (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)
Jun-ichi Abe (Hokkaido University)

To Teach by Concept or by Procedure? Making the Most of Self-Explanations (Page 1283)
Percival G. Matthews (Vanderbilt University)
Bethany Rittle-Johnson (Vanderbilt University)

Supporting Information Processing in Museums with Adaptive Technology (Page 1289)
Eva Mayr (University of Tuebingen)
Carmen Zahn (University of Tuebingen)
Friedrich W. Hesse (University of Tuebingen)

Are Seven Words All We Need? Recognizing Genre at the Sub-Sentential Level (Page 1295)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Do "Image Enhancement" Functions Really Enhance X-Ray Image Interpretation? (Page 1301)
Stefan Michel (University of Zurich)
Saskia M. Koller (University of Zurich)
Markus Ruh (University of Zurich)
Adrian Schwaninger (University of Zurich)

Extending Statistical Learning Farther and Further: Long-Distance Dependencies, and Individual Differences in Statistical Learning and Language (Page 1307)
Jennifer B. Misyak (Cornell University)
Morten H. Christiansen (Cornell University)

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A Connectionist Model of Attitude Strength and Change (Page 1313)
Brian M. Monroe (University of Southern California)

A Study on Creativity in Comparison with Linguistic Interpretation Process (Page 1319)
Junya Morita (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

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Yukari Nagai (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Toshiharu Taura (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and Kobe University)
Tomohiko Takeuchi (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Difference in Action Tendencies Distinguish Anger and Sadness after Comprehension of Emotional Sentences (Page 1325)
Emily Mouilso (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Authur M. Glenberg (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
David Havas (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Lisa M. Lindeman (University of Wisconsin at Madison)

Four Theories of Amodal Perception (Page 1331)
Bence Nanay (Syracuse University)

Why Adult Language Learning is Harder: A Computational Model of the Consequences of Cultural Selection for Learnability (Page 1337)
Robert N. Nelson, Jr. (Purdue University)

Decision Making Using Learned Causal Structures (Page 1343)
William Nichols (Carnegie Mellon University)
David Danks (Carnegie Mellon University)

The Integration of Salivery Immunoglobulin A by the Repetitive Stressful Task (Page 1349)
Shusaku Nomura (Shimane University)
Tota Mizuno (Aoyama Gakuin University)
Akio Nozawa (Meisei University)
Hideto Ide (Aoyama Gakuin University)

The Mere Belief of Social Interaction Improves Learning (Page 1355)
Sandra Y. Okita (Stanford University)
Jeremy Bailenson (Stanford University)
Daniel L. Schwartz (Stanford University)

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Why Children Make "Better" Estimates of Fractional Magnitude than Adults (Page 1361)
John E. Opfer (Ohio State University)
Clarissa A. Thompson (Ohio State University)
Jeffrey M. DeVries (Ohio State University)

Evolutionary Cognitive Science: Constraints and Unification (Page 1367)
Fernando O. de Carvalho (University of Brasília)

Diagnostic Visual Information in the Use of Microscopes in Histology (Page 1373)
John R. Pani (University of Louisville)
Julia H. Chariker (University of Louisville)
Natalie M. Claudio (University of Louisville)
Ronald D. Fell (University of Louisville)

The FaCT (Fact and Concept Training) System: A New Tool Linking Cognitive Science with Educators (Page 1379)
Philip I. Pavlik, Jr. (Carnegie Mellon University)
Nora Presson (Carnegie Mellon University)
Giancarlo Dozzi (Carnegie Mellon University)
Sue-mei Wu (Carnegie Mellon University)
Brian MacWhinney (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kenneth Koedinger (Carnegie Mellon University)

The Foundations of Numeracy: Subitizing, Finger Gnosia, and Fine Motor Ability (Page 1385)
Marcie Penner-Wilger (Carleton University)
Lisa Fast (Carleton University)
Jo-Anne LaFevre (Carleton University)
Brenda L. Smith-Chant (Trent University)
Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk (University of Winnipeg)
Deepthi Kamawar (Carleton University)
Jeffrey Bisanz (University of Alberta)

A Dynamic Field Theory of Visual Recognization in Infant Looking Tasks (Page 1391)
Sammy Perone (University of Iowa)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa)
Gregor Schöner (Institut für Neroinformatick)

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The Interaction of Strategy Use and Experience in Intuitive and Analytical Problem Solving (Page 1397)
Jean E. Pretz (Illinois Wesleyan University)

On-line Reference Assignment for Anaphoric and Non-Anaphoric Nouns: A Unified, Memory-Based Model in ACT-R (Page 1403)
Aryn Pyke (Carleton University)
Robert L. West (Carleton University)
Jo-Anne LeFevre (Carleton University)

What About Negation in Spatial Reasoning? (Page 1409)
Marco Ragni (University of Freiburg)
Thomas Fangmeier (University of Freiburg)
Stefan Schleipen (University of Freiburg)

Qualitative Spatial Reasoning: A Cognitive and Computational Approach (Page 1415)
Maro Ragni (University of Freiburg)
Felix Steffenhagen (University of Freiburg)

Against Sequence Priming: Evidence from Constituents and Distituents in Corpus Data (Page 1421)
David Reitter (University of Edinburgh)
Frank Keller (University of Edinburgh)

Distinguishing Between Perceptual and Decisional Sources of Holism in Face Processing (Page 1427)
Jennifer J. Richler (Vanderbilt University)
Michael L. Mack (Vanderbilt University)
Isabel Gauthier (Vanderbilt University)
Thomas J. Palmeri (Vanderbilt University)

MALTA: Enhancing ACT-R with a Holographic Persistent Knowledge Store (Page 1433)
Matthew F. Rutledge-Taylor (Carleton University)
Robert L. West (Carleton University)

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A Computational Model of the Motivation-learning Interface (Page 1439)
Manish Saggar (University of Texas at Austin)
Arthur B. Markman (University of Texas at Austin)
W. Todd Maddox (University of Texas at Austin)
Risto Miikkulainen (University of Texas at Austin)

Mondrian, Eye Movements and the Oblique Effect (Page 1445)
James A. Schirillo (Wake Forest University)
Jordan E. Plumhoff (Wake Forest University)

Subjective Randomness and Natural Scene Statistics (Page 1449)
Ethan Schreiber (Brown University)
Thomas L. Griffiths (University of California at Berkeley)

Issues in Reasoning about Iffy Propositions: "The" Interpretation(s) of Conditionals (Page 1455)
Walter Schroyens (Uinversity of Ghent)

Towards a Unified Exemplar-Theoretic Model of Phonetic and Syntactic Phenomena (Page 1461)
Hinrich Schütze (University of Stuttgart)
Michael Walsh (University of Stuttgart)
Bernd Möbius (University of Stuttgart)
Travis Wade (University of Stuttgart)

A Computational Model of Control Mechanisms in Spatial Term Use (Page 1467)
Holger Schultheis (Universität Bremen)

Detecting and Resolving Informational Uncertainty in Complex Domains (Page 1473)
Christian D. Schunn (University of Pittsburgh)
Tsunhin Wong (University of Pittsburgh)
Waleed Manzoul (University of Pittsburgh)
Jamie Kamer (University of Pittsburgh)
Julie Harris (Chatham College)
J. Greg Trafton (Naval Research Laboratory)
Susan B. Trickett (Naval Research Laboratory)

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Social Influence and Bounded Rationality: Heuristic Decision Making in Complex Networks (Page 1479)
Gero Schwenk (Universität Marburg)
Torsten Reimer (University of Maryland)

Using Gestalt Principles to Compute Analogies of Geometric Figures (Page 1485)
Angela Schwering (University of Osnabrüeck)
Ulf Krumnack (University of Osnabrüeck)
Kai-Uwe Kühnberger (University of Osnabrüeck)
Helmar Gust (University of Osnabrüeck)

How are Repeated Items Encoded in Working Memory? (Page 1491)
Danke X. Shieh (University of California at San Diego)
Jeffrey L. Elman (University of California at San Diego)

Connectionist Learning and Education: Applications and Challenges (Page 1497)
Thomas R. Shultz (McGill University)

Cognitive Reflection: the 'Premature Temperature Convergence' Hypothesis (Page 1503)
Jarbas Silva (Getulio Vargas Foundation)
Alexandre Linhares (Getulio Vargas Foundation)

Computational Modeling of Assimilated Speech: Cross-Linguistic Evidence (Page 1509)
Natalie D. Snoeren (University of York)
M. Gareth Gaskell (University of York)

Re-representation Using Labels: Comparison or Replacement? (Page 1515)
Ji Y. Son (Indiana University)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

Attentional Capture by Meaning, a Multi-level Modelling Study (Page 1521)
Li Su (University of Kent)
Howard Bowman (University of Kent)
Philip Barnard (Cambridge University)

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Nonverbal Behaviors in Cooperative Work: A Case Study of Successful and Unsuccessful Team (Page 1527)
Noriko Suzuki (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology)
Ichiro Umata (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology)
Toshiro Kamiya (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
Sadanori Ito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology and National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and ATR Knowledge Science Laboratories)
Shoichiro Iwasawa (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology)
Naomi Inoue (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology)
Tomoji Toriyama (ATR Knowledge Science Laboratories)
Kiyoshi Kogure (ATR Knowledge Science Laboratories)

The Role of Gestures in Spatial Explanations: Change in Spatial Perspective (Page 1533)
Tutsuki Takenaga (University of Tokyo)

Providing Guidance and Opportunities for Self-Assessment and Transfer in a Simulation Environment for Discovery Learning (Page 1539)
Jason Tan (Vanderbilt University)
Nathan Skirvin (Vanderbilt University)
Gautam Biswas (Vanderbilt University)
Kefyn Catley (Vanderbilt University)

What is Really Learned in Artificial Grammar Learning? Implicit Intention for Learning in the Selective Attention Process (Page 1545)
Daisuke Tanaka (Japan Science and Technology Agency)
Sachiko Kiyokawa (University of Tokyo)
Ayumi Yamada (Gakushuin University)
Kazuo Shigemasu (University of Tokyo)

Where Syllogistic Reasoning Happens: An Argument for the Extended Mind Hypothesis (Page 1551)
Georg Theiner (Indiana University)

Relation-Based Categories are Easier to Learn than Feature-Based Categories (Page 1557)
Marc T. Tomlinson (University of Texas at Austin)
Bradley C. Love (University of Texas at Austin)

The Use of Spatial Cognition in Graph Interpretation (Page 1563)
Susan Bell Trickett (Naval Research Laboratory)
J. Gregory Trafton (Naval Research Laboratory)

A Multimodal Paradigm for Investigating the Perisaccadic Temporal Inversion Effect in Vision (Page 1569)
Leo G. Trottier (University of California at San Diego)
Virginia R. de Sa (University of California at San Diego)

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The Optimal Cognitive Template of Minimally Counterintuitive Narratives (Page 1575)
M. Afzal Upal (Occidental College)

What is More Memorable, Counterintuitive Concepts Interpreted Metaphorically or Literally? (Page 1581)
M. Afzal Upal (University of Toledo)

Predicative Metaphors Are Understood as Two-Stage Categorization: Computational Evidence by Latent Semantic Analysis (Page 1587)
Akira Utsumi (The University of Electro-Communications)
Maki Sakamoto (The University of Electro-Communications)

Communicative Ability in Schizophrenic Patients: Executive Function, Theory of Mind and Mental Representations (Page 1593)
Marianna Vallana (University and Polytechnic of Turin via Po 14)
Francesca M. Bosco (University and Polytechnic of Turin via Po 14)
Romina Angeleri (University and Polytechnic of Turin via Po 14)
Katiuscia Sacco (University and Polytechnic of Turin via Po 14 and Ospedale Koelliker)
Bruno G. Bara (University and Polytechnic of Turin via Po 14)
Livia Colle (University and Polytechnic of Turin via Po 14)

Representational Shifts During Category Learning (Page 1599)
Wolf Vanpaemel (K.U.Leuven)
Daniel J. Navarro (University of Adelaide)

A Model of Building Representations for Category Learning (Page 1605)
Wolf Vanpaemel (K.U.Leuven)
Michael D. Lee (University of California at Irvine)

Testing Descriptive or Prescriptive Conditionals and Differential Effects of Frequency Information (Page 1611)
Momme von Sydow (Universität Göttingen)

The Bayesian Logic of the Conjunction Fallacy: Effects of Probabilities and Frequencies in Contingency Tables (Page 1617)
Momme von Sydow (Universität Göttingen)

A Chaotic Neural Network Model of Insightful Problem Solving and the Generation Process of Constraints (Page 1623)
Yuichiro Wajima (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Keiga Abe (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Masanori Nakagawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

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A Process Analysis of Idea Generation and Failure (Page 1629)
Hao-Chuan Wang (Carnegie Mellon University)
Carolyn Penstein Rosé (Carnegie Mellon University)

Salience Based Hierarchical Spatial Representations (Page 1635)
Hongbin Wang (University of Texas at Houston)
Yanlong Sun (University of Texas at Houston)

The Role of Feedback in the Determination of Figure and Ground: A Combined Behavioral & Modeling Study (Page 1641)
Lawrence A. Watling (Birkbeck College)
Michael W. Spratling (King's College London)
Kris De Meyer (King's College London)
Mark H. Johnson (Birkbeck College)

Efficacy of Bias Awareness in Debiasing Oil and Gas Judgments (Page 1647)
Matthew B. Welsh (University of Adelaide)
Steve H. Begg (University of Adelaide)
Reidar B. Bratvold (University of Stavanger)

Do Evaluation Frames Improve the Quality of Conditional Probability Judgment? (Page 1653)
Joseph Jay Williams (University of Toronto)
David R. Mandel (University of Toronto)

Investigating Children's Eye-Movements: Cause or Effect of Reversing Ambiguous Figures? (Page 1659)
Marina C. Wimmer (University of Stirling)
Martin J. Doherty (University of Stirling)

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Group Problem Solving Behavior in a Networked Puzzle Game (Page 1665)
Thomas N. Wisdom (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

Visual Analogies at Multiple Levels of Abstraction (Page 1671)
Patrick W. Yaner (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Ashok K. Goel (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Task Influences on Category Learning (Page 1677)
Huichun Zhu (Carnegie Mellon University)
David Danks (Carnegie Mellon University)

Physics is Harder than Psychology (Or Is It?): Developmental Differences in Calibration of Domain-Specific Texts (Page 1683)
Corinne Zimmerman (Illinois State University)
Sarah Gerson (Illinois State University)
Andrew Monroe (Illinois State University)
Amanda Kearney (Illinois State 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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