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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

Member Abstracts

Incremental Constraint-based Equitable and Efficient Natural Language Parsing (Page 1700)
Gregory Aist (Arizona State University)

Funding Opportunities for Cognitive Scientists through the Institute of Education Sciences (Page 1701)
Elizabeth R. Albro (U.S. Department of Education)

Semantic Convergence in Bilinguals (Page 1702)
Eef Ameel (University of Leuven)
Gert Storms (University of Leuven)
Barbara Malt (Lehigh University)

Do Redeployed Finger Representations Underlie Math Ability? (Page 1703)
Michael L. Anderson (Franklin and Marshall College)
Marcie Penner-Wilger (Carleton University)

The Role of Comparison and Contrast in Category Development (Page 1704)
Amber N. Ankowski (University of California at Los Angeles)
Catherine M. Sandhofer (University of California at Los Angeles)

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Optimization of Cognitive Load in Conceptually Rich Hypertext: Effect of Leads (Page 1705)
Pavlo Antonenko (Oklahoma State University)
Dale S. Niederhauser (Iowa State University)
Ann Thompson (Iowa State University)

A Multilayer SOM Model for Explaining Category Specific Impairments (Page 1706)
Shin-ichi Aasakawa (Tokyo Womens' Christian University)

The Role of Expectation and Memory in the Hindsight Bias Effect: A Test of Cognitive Reconstruction Models (Page 1707)
Ivan K. Ash (Old Dominion University)
Clinton S. Comer (Old Dominion University)

Lexical Contrast as a Diagnostic Measure of Verb Lexical Organization (Page 1708)
Kristen N. Asplin (University of Pittsburgh)
Laura Wagner (Ohio State University)
Barbara Pearson (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
Jill de Villiers (Smith College)

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On-line Assessment of Learner's Interest and Comprehension (Page 1709)
Sun-Hee Back (Korea University)
Sun-Young Lee (Korea University)
Yeon-Kyoung Woo (Korea University)
Yoon Kyung Chung (Korea University)
Eun Soo Cho (Korea University)
Cheon-woo Han (Korea University)
Woo-Gul Lee (Korea University)
Karam Lim (Korea University)
Yeonhee So (Kyungnam University)
Sung-il Kim (Korea University)

Entrainment: Personal Experience or Audience-Design? (Page 1710)
Roxanne Beaugh Benoit (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)

Predicting Breakdown Situations over the Instant Messaging through Analyzing Conversational Structures (Page 1711)
Nik Nailah Binti Abdullah (National Institute of Informatics)
Shinichi Honiden (National Institute of Informatics)

Adapting and Applying CI Theory to Model Real World Design: A Case of Storyboard Review (Page 1712)
Janet Blatter (Concordia University)

Simplicity and Probability in Children's Causal Explanations (Page 1713)
Elizabeth Baraff Bonawitz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Tania Lombrozo (University of California at Berkeley)

The Effect of Prior Conceptual Knowledge on Procedural Performance and Learning in Algebra (Page 1714)
Julie L. Booth (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kenneth R. Koedinger (Carnegie Mellon University)
Robert S. Siegler (Carnegie Mellon University)

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Is Memory for Emotional Words Enhanced or Biased? (Page 1715)
Renee Brown (University of Southern Florida)
Ken Malmberg (University of Southern Florida)
Rebecca Grider (University of Southern Florida)

Towards a Bounded Rational Analysis of Multitasking while Driving (Page 1716)
Duncan P. Brumby (Drexel University)
Dario D. Salvucci (Drexel University)
Andrew Howes (University of Manchester)

Embodiment of Abstract Concepts (Page 1717)
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).

Time in Two Dimensions: Automatic Activation of Spatial Schemas for Temporal Concepts (Page 1718)
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).

A Micro-View on Children's Shared Thinking on Questions Forming (Page 1719)
Peilan Chen (National Chung Cheng University)
Wolff-Michael Roth (University of Victoria)
Yuhtsuen Tzeng (National Chung Cheng University)

Asymmetrical Orthography to Phonology Correspondences Cause Equivalent Correspondence Effects - A Study Case of Chinese Character Naming (Page 1720)
Sau Chin Chen (National Taiwan University)

A Comparison of Student Evaluation Algorithms in AutoTutor (Page 1721)
Patrick Chipman (University of Memphis)
Donald R. Franceschetti (University of Memphis)

Learning from Ill-Structured Cases (Page 1722)
Kwangsu Cho (University of Missouri)
Young Hoan Cho (University of Missouri)

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Interpreting the Sign of Algebraic Expressions (Page 1723)
Konstantinos P. Christou (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
Stella Vosniadou (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
Xenia Vamvakoussi (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)

Factors Influencing the Adoption of Temporal Metaphors (Page 1724)
Evangelia G. Chrysikou (University of Pennsylvania)
Christopher H. Ramey (Florida Southern College)

Data-Oriented Modelling of Infant Vocal Babbling and the Emergence of Syntax (Page 1725)
Dave Cochran (University of St. Andrews)

Strategies, Heuristics, and Adaptive Decision Making: New Evidence from an Individual Differences and Process Tracing Approach (Page 1726)
Edward T. Cokely (Florida State University)

Attention Allocation in Inference Learning (Page 1727)
Bob Colner (New York University)
Aaron Hoffman (New York University)
Bob Rehder (New York University)

Conjunctive Causal Judgement using Categorical and Continuous Variables (Page 1728)
Mario Córdoba (Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar)

Memory Biases for Television Advertisements and Female Dietary Restraint (Page 1729)
Sandra M. Coulon (Pennington Biomedical Research Center)
Rebecca A. Bourgeois (Pennington Biomedical Research Center)
Corby K. Martin (Pennington Biomedical Research Center)

Scientific Reasoning in a Belief Context: A Developmental Study (Page 1730)
Steve Croker (University of Derby)
Heather Buchanan (University of Nottingham)

Situational Interests and Meaning (Page 1731)
Marco Cruciani (University of Trento)

Evidence for Incremental Restructuring in a Spatial Insight Problem (Page 1732)
Patrick J. Cushen (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Jennifer Wiley (University of Illinois at Chicago)

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The First Second of Symmetry: Visual Search during Symmetry Verification (Page 1733)
Kenneth Czechowski (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Ronald W. Ferguson (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Rudolph L. Mappus IV (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Why High School Should Start After Lunch: School-Days Sleep Deprivation and Neurobehavioral Correlates of Stroop Performance in Adolescent Girls (Page 1734)
Amedeo D'Angiulli (Carleton University)

Interference and Repetition Both Impact Left Prefrontal Cortex During Recall (Page 1735)
Jared F. Danker (Carnegie Mellon University)
Pat Gunn (Carnegie Mellon University)
John R. Anderson (Carnegie Mellon University)

Conflict-Monitoring and Reaction Time Distributions: an Extension (Page 1736)
Eddy J. Davelaar (University of London)

Depicting Invisible Processes: The Influence of Molecular-Level Diagrams in Chemistry Instruction (Page 1737)
Jodi L. Davenport (Carnegie Mellon University)
Katherine McEldoon (Carnegie Mellon University)
David Klahr (Carnegie Mellon University)

Should I Use My Calculator?: Mental versus Calculation Assisted Arithmetic (Page 1738)
Wendy Ann Deslauriers (Carleton University)
Clara John Gulli (Carleton University)

Phenomenological Experiences Associated with the False Recall of Target Words for Semantically-Related Lists (Page 1739)
Kara D. DeSouza (University of Nevada, Reno)
John Powell Taylor (University of Minnesota, Duluth)
Allyson Stade (University of Nevada, Reno)
William P. Wallace (University of Nevada, Reno)

Language and Vision: A Case Study of Interaction between Two Systems (Page 1740)
Banchiamalck Dessalegn (Johns Hopkins University)
Barbara Landau (Johns Hopkins University)

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Use of Complimentary Actions Decreases with Expertise (Page 1741)
Marc Destefano (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Differences in the Way Organic Chemistry Students Categorize Molecules (Page 1742)
Daniel S. Domin (Tennessee State University)

Belief Revision in Causal Learning (Page 1743)
Uwe Drewitz (Berlin University of Technology)
Manfred Thüring (Berlin University of Technology)

Criteria for Manual Clustering of Verb Senses (Page 1744)
Cecily Jill Duffield (University of Colorado)
Jena D. Hwang (University of Colorado)
Susan Windisch Brown (University of Colorado)
Dmitriy Dligach (University of Colorado)
Sarah E. Vieweg (University of Colorado)
Jenny Davis (University of Colorado)
Martha Palmer (University of Colorado)

Human and Optimal Valuation in a Sequential Decision-Making with Uncertainty Task (Page 1745)
Kyler M. Eastman (University of Texas, Austin)
Brian J. Stankiewicz (University of Texas, Austin)
Alex Huk (University of Texas, Austin)

Stimulus Valence and Mood Valence in Discourse Comprehension (Page 1746)
Giovanna Egidi (University of Chicago)
Richard J. Gerrig (Stony Brook University)

Language Changes Causal Attributions about Agents and Objects (Page 1747)
Caitlin M. Fausey (Stanford University)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)

An Anomaly in Intentional Action Ascription: More Evidence of Folk Diversity (Page 1748)
Adam Feltz (Florida State University)
Edward T. Cokely (Florida State University)

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Linguistic Complexity: Conceptualizations and Results (Page 1749)
Gertraud Fenk-Oczlon (Alps-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt)
August Fenk (Alps-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt)

Text Verification and Verb Factivity: An ERP Investigation (Page 1750)
Todd R. Ferretti (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Murray Singer (University of Manitoba)
Courtney Patterson (Wilfrid Laurier University)

The Representation of Letter Position in Orthographic Representations (Page 1751)
Simon Fischer-Baum (Johns Hopkins University)
Brenda Rapp (Johns Hopkins University)
Michael McCloskey (Johns Hopkins University)

Development of Automatic and Voluntary Selective Attention: Evidence from a New Object Tracking Task (Page 1752)
Anna V. Fisher (Carnegie Mellon University)

Non-verbal Communication in Dialogue: Alignment between Eyebrow Raises and Pitch Accents in English (Page 1753)
María L. Flecha-García (University of Edinburgh)

Beyond Physics to Other Subjects: A Case for Transfer (Page 1754)
Benjamin R. Forsyth (Michigan State University)

It's not My Fault, Your Honor, I'm Only the Enabler (Page 1755)
Caren A. Frosch (University of Reading)
P. N. Johnson-Laird (Princeton University)
Michelle Cowley (University of Southampton)

Reconsidering the Modality Principle in Multimedia Learning (Page 1756)
Peter Gerjets (University of Tuebingen)
Ralf Rummer (Saarland University)
Katharina Scheiter (University of Tuebingen)
Judith Schweppe (Saarland University)

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The Effect of the Speaker's Motivation on the Interpretation of Logical Connectives (Page 1757)
James German (Northwestern University)
Eyal Sagi (Texas Tech University)
Stefan Kaufmann (Northwestern University)
Brady Clark (Northwestern University)
Min-Joo Kim (Texas Tech University)

The Influence of Individual Differences on the Role of Information Quantity in Statistical Inferences (Page 1758)
Justin M. Gilkey (Bowling Green State University)
Richard B. Anderson (Bowling Green State University)
Michael E. Doherty (Bowling Green State University)

Self-Construal and the Processing of Base Rate Information in a Contingency Learning Task (Page 1759)
Kelly M. Goedert (Seton Hall University)
Lisa R. Grimm (University of Texas)
Arthur B. Markman (University of Texas, Austin)
Barbara A. Spellman (University of Virginia)

Structural Priming Depends on Semantic Similarity in 4 Year-Olds but not 5 Year Olds (Page 1760)
Micah B. Goldwater (University of Texas, Austin)
Catharine H. Echols (University of Texas, Austin)

Buy a Relation, Get the Role Half Off: Instantiating Event Representations for Novel Denominal Verbs (Page 1761)
Micah B. Goldwater (University of Texas, Austin)
Arthur B. Markman (University of Texas, Austin)

Judgments of Source Credibility as Measured by Source Attributions and Explicit Ratings (Page 1762)
Ruthanna Gordon (Illinois Institute of Technology)

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Phonetic Feature Errors are Predominantly Anticipatory (Page 1763)
Andrea L. Gormley (Carleton University)
Robert H. Thomson (Carleton University)

Correlations between Emotion Regulation, Learning Performance, and Cortical Activity (Page 1764)
Tera Marie Green (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Kayvan Najarian (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Individual Differences in Epistemic Goals and the Acceptance of Evolution (Page 1765)
Thomas D. Griffin (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Should I Call or Should I Email? (Page 1766)
Michelle Gumbrecht (Stanford University)
Teenie Matlock (UC Merced)
Herbert H. Clark (Stanford University)

Towards a Cognitive Architecture for Mental Model Sharing: Redefining Knowledge-Based Systems (Page 1767)
Göran Hagert (Malmö University School)

Assessing Semantic Associates for a Single Word in a Single Individual (Page 1768)
Lance W. Hahn (Western Kentucky University)
J. DaSha Stockton (Western Kentucky University)

The Role of Short-Term Memory and Task Experience for Overconfidence (Page 1769)
Patrik Hansson (Umeå University)
Peter Juslin (Uppsala University)
Anders Winman (Uppsala University)

A Test of the Interaction Hypothesis: Joint-explaining vs. Self-explaining (Page 1770)
Robert G. M. Hausmann (University of Pittsburgh)
Kurt VanLehn (University of Pittsburgh)

Minimize the Gap between Task Analysis and Cognitive Modeling (Page 1771)
Marcus Heinath (Center of Human-Machine Systems - Technische Universität Berlin)

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Learning Ambiguous Features within a Categorization Task (Page 1772)
Andrew T. Hendrickson (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

12-Month-Olds Detect Changes to Goal-Objects in Action (Page 1773)
Jonathan S. Herberg (Vanderbilt University)
Megan M. Saylor (Vanderbilt University)
Daniel T. Levin (Vanderbilt University)

When Facts Go Down the Rabbit Hole: Contrasting Features and Objects as Indexes to Memory (Page 1774)
Merrit A. Hoover (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Daniel C. Richardson (University of California, Santa Cruz)

The Effects of Training Experience and Sense of Direction on Wayfinding Efficiency (Page 1775)
Alycia M. Hund (Illinois State University)
Sadie N. Nazarczuk (Illinois State University)

Influence of Verbal Subjoined Information on Cognitive Development (Page 1776)
Mutsumi Iijima (Matsue National College of Technology)

Conceptual Centrality and the Role of Comparison (Page 1777)
Jason Jameson (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)

How Direct Interaction in a Virtual Reality Program Aids in Developing an Internal Representation of a Complex 3-D Structure (Page 1778)
Susan Jang (Columbia University)
John B. Black (Columbia University)
Robert W. Jyung (University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey)

Reasoning with Probabilistic Factual and Counterfactual Conditionals (Page 1779)
William Jimenez-Leal (University of Warwick)
Nick Chater (University College London)

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Working Memory for Spatial Location is Attracted Towards the Focus of Attention (Page 1780)
Jeffrey S. Johnson (University of Iowa)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa)

Entropy of Opponent's Choice Predicts Reaction Time and Outcome Appraisal Time in a 2-Player Strategic Game (Page 1781)
Jason J. Jones (University of California, San Diego)

Idiomatic Constructions, Visual Reference Worlds, and Language Learning (Page 1782)
John L. Jones (Florida State University)
Michael P. Kaschak (Florida State University)

An Ecological Analysis of Music Making in Ensemble Rehearsals (Page 1783)
Linda T. Kaastra (University of British Columbia)

Evaluating Learner Cognitive Load Using Concurrent Verbal Reports (Page 1784)
Slava Kalyuga (University of New South Wales)
Jan Plass (New York University)

Spatial Memories of Virtual Environments (Page 1785)
Jonathan W. Kelly (Vanderbilt University)
Timothy P. McNamara (Vanderbilt University)

Thinking About Algorithms (Page 1786)
Sangeet Khemlani (Princeton University)
P. N. Johnson-Laird (Princeton University)

Automatically Recording Keystrokes in Public Clusters with RUI: Issues and Sample Answers (Page 1787)
Jong W. Kim (The Pennsylvania State University)
Frank E. Ritter (The Pennsylvania State University)

Causal Status, Coherence, and Essentialized Categories (Page 1788)
ShinWoo Kim (New York University)
Bob Rehder (New York University)

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Testing the fSAM Model of False Recall: Association Strengths and True-False Correlations (Page 1789)
Daniel R. Kimball (The University of Texas at Arlington)
Troy A. Smith (The University of Texas at Arlington)

MSA: Maximum Satisfaction Architecture: A Basis for Designing Intelligent Autonomous Agents on WEB 2.0 (Page 1790)
Muneo Kitajima (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
Hideaki Shimada (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
Makoto Toyota (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))

Can Verbalization Improve Insight Problem Solving? (Page 1791)
Sachiko Kiyokawa (University of Tokyo)
Yosuke Nagayama (University of Tokyo)

Emotional Stroop Task with Facial Expressions and Emotional Words (Page 1792)
Ai Koizumi (University of Tokyo)
Koki Ikeda (University of Tokyo)
Akihiro Tanaka (University of Tokyo)
Yohtaro Takano (University of Tokyo)

Construction of Acceptability Computation Algorithm for Projective Spatial Terms (Page 1793)
Takatsugu Kojima (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

Effect of Chinese Character Frequency on the Time Course of Phonological and Semantic Activation: An ERP Study (Page 1794)
Ling-yue Kong (University of Hong Kong)
Connie S.H. Ho (University of Hong Kong)
Qin Zhang (Capital Normal University)

Impaired Cognitive Flexibility & Stimulus Overselectivity in Autism (Page 1795)
Trent Kriete (University of California)
David C. Noelle (University of California)

Principles for the Foundation of Integrated Higher Cognition (Page 1796)
Kai-Uwe Kühnberger (University of Osnabrück)

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Does the Perception of Spatial Relations Affect the Response Time for Abstract Concepts? (Page 1797)
Carolina E. Küpper-Tetzel (University of Mannheim)

Decision and Learning Model Selection for Complex Adaptive Systems (Page 1798)
Tei Laine (University of Helsinki)

The Mental Plane: A Model of Imagining Situations in Euclidean Geometry (Page 1799)
Francisco Lara-Dammer (Indiana Universty)

Learning Science in the Wild: Conversational Interactions during Biology Fieldwork (Page 1800)
Jorge Larreamendy-Joerns (Universidad de los Andes)

Interpreting Acculturation Process: An Analogical Mapping Perspective (Page 1801)
Sang Bok Lee (Kangnam University)

The Role of Reward in CAL Environment (Page 1802)
Sun-Young Lee (Korea University)
Yoon-Kyung Chung (Korea University)
Eun Soo Cho (Korea University)
Sun-hee Back (Korea University)
Yeon-Kyoung Woo (Korea University)
Cheon-woo Han (Korea University)
Karam Lim (Korea University)
Woo-Gul Lee (Korea University)
Yeon hee So (Kyungnam University)
Sung-il Kim (Korea University)

Learning-Based Constraints on Graded Structure in Category Representations (Page 1803)
Kimery Levering (Binghamton University)
Kenneth J. Kurtz (Binghamton University)

Driven to Distraction: Why do Head-Up Displays (HUDs) Impair Driving Performance? (Page 1804)
Jobina Li (Carleton University)

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The Effects of Implicit Structure on Explicit Learning (Page 1805)
Robb Lindgren (Stanford University)
Daniel L. Schwartz (Stanford University)
Sashank Varma (Stanford University)

Illusion of Knowing-Same or Different Emotional Responses Compared to Knowing? (Page 1806)
Paulina Lindström (Lund University)

Lower-level Cognition in Emotions (Page 1807)
Hsi-wen Daniel Liu (Providence University)

The Effects of Mechanistic and Functional Explanations on Categorization (Page 1808)
Tania Lombrozo (University of California, Berkeley)

Free Classification: Evidence for an Analytic System of Overall Similarity Sorting (Page 1809)
Christopher A. Longmore (University of Exeter)
Fraser Milton (University of Exeter)
A. J. Wills (University of Exeter)

Learning the Functional Form of Causal Relationships (Page 1810)
Chris G. Lucas (University of California, Berkeley)
Thomas L. Griffiths (University of California, Berkeley)

Visualizing Egocentric vs. Exocentric Path Descriptions (Page 1811)
Don R. Lyon (L3 Communications at Air Force Research Laboratory)
Glenn Gunzelmann (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Kevin A. Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory)

Bias in Evaluating Research that Confirms or Disconfirms Prior Belief (Page 1812)
Amy M. Masnick (Hofstra University)
Corinne Zimmerman (Illinois State University)

How Spatial is Social Distance? (Page 1813)
Justin L. Matthews (UC Merced)
Teenie Matlock (UC Merced)

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Adult Dyslexics' Visuo-Spatial Serial Memory: Evidence of Intact Non-Verbal Encoding? (Page 1814)
Emma McDonald (Cardiff University)
William J. Macken (Cardiff University)

Cognitive in Chinese Medicine (Page 1815)
Qinggang Meng (Beijing University of Chinese Medicine)

The Compensatory Role of Prior Knowledge: How Topic Knowledge Can Speed Up Reading Rate in Children with Reading Disability (Page 1816)
Amanda C. Miller (University of Denver)
Janice M. Keenan (University of Denver)

Understanding the Role of Open Goals in Problem Solving: Impasses and Hints (Page 1817)
Jarrod Moss (Carnegie Mellon University)
Kenneth Kotovsky (Carnegie Mellon University)
Jonathan Cagan (Carnegie Mellon University)

The Role of Low Frequency Waves on EEG Recordings during Stimuli of Sounds (Page 1818)
Hiroyuki Murakami (Otsuma Women's University)

Role-denoting Nouns are more Suitable for Metaphoric uses than Object-denoting Nouns (Page 1819)
Keiko Nakamoto (Bunkyo University)
Kow Kuroda (NICT)

How Human can Discriminate between Convex and Concave Shape from the Tactile Stimulus (Page 1820)
Masashi Nakatani (University of Tokyo)
Naoki Kawakami (University of Tokyo)
Susumu Tachi (University of Tokyo)

Intersubjectivity as a Basis for Gesture Production (Page 1821)
Mitchell J. Nathan (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
David A. Havas (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Chelsea V. Johnson (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

Merological Morphogenesis and the Lexical Notions Meronym/Ameronym (Page 1822)
Mbame Nazaire (LRL)

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The Nature of Feedback: Investigating How Different Types of Feedback Affect Writing Performance (Page 1823)
Melissa M. Nelson (University of Pittsburgh)
Christian D. Schunn (University of Pittsburgh)

An Application of Cognitive Emotional Agent Architecture to Corporate Human Resource Management (Page 1824)
Kohei Noda (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Go Hisatsu (Borg Inc.)

Age Differences in the Perception of Domain Names: Psychological Experiments on Internationalized Domain Names (2) (Page 1825)
Hisao Nojima (Seijo University)
Noriko Shingaki (Seijo University)

Near-Miss versus Surface-Different Comparisons in Analogical Learning and Generalization (Page 1826)
Timothy J. Nokes (University of Pittsburgh)
Brian H. Ross (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Quantitative Estimation of Illusionary Band on the Muller-Lyer Illusion (Page 1827)
Shusaku Nomura (Shimane University)
Shuntaro Sasaki (Shimane University)
Tomomasa Nagashima (Shimane University)
Osamu Hiwaki (Shimane University)

Evaluation of Human Stress with Salivary Alpha-amylase (Page 1828)
Shusaku Nomura (Shimane University)
Bo Zhao (Shimane University)
Kazuto Yamagishi (Shimane University)

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A Cross-Linguistic Comparison of Adults' Sensitivity to Fit (Page 1829)
Heather M. Norbury (Northwestern University)
Sandra R. Waxman (Northwestern University)

The Effects of Diagram Format on College Students' Understanding of Evolutionary Hierarchies (Page 1830)
Laura R. Novick (Vanderbilt University)
Kefyn M. Catley (Vanderbilt University)

Social Decision Making Strategies in Internet Poker Playing (Page 1831)
Anna-Carin Olsson (Umeå University)
Nicole di Zazzo (Umeå University)
Johanna Tjäderborn (Umeå University)

Multiple Exemplars Increase Swapping in Novel Word Learning (Page 1832)
Stephanie Packard (University of Iowa)
Prahlad Gupta (University of Iowa)

Is Whorf Right? (or Left?) Evidence from Aphasia Patients (Page 1833)
Yulia Paluy (University of California, Berkeley)
Aubrey L. Gilbert (University of California, Berkeley)
Juliana V. Baldo (VA Northern California Health Care System)
Richard B. Ivry (University of California, Berkeley)

The Equivalence of the Tasks for Reading of Facial Expressions (Page 1834)
SooJin Park (Chungbuk National University)
Kyung Ja Cho (Chungbuk National University)
Hei Rhee Ghim (Chungbuk National University)
In-Hye Song (Chungbuk National University)
Eun-Hye Park (Chungbuk National University)

Crossmodal Entropy Transfer (Page 1835)
Bo Pedersen (Cornell University)

Learning Inductive Constraints: The Acquisition of Verb Argument Constructions (Page 1836)
Amy Perfors (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Charles Kemp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Josh Tenenbaum (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Elizabeth Wonnacott (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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Modeling Active Recognition as a Result of Analogical Mapping and Transfer (Page 1837)
Georgi Petkov (New Bulgarian University)
Luiza Shahbazyan (New Bulgarian University)

Students' Metacognitive Calibration to Task Complexity (Page 1838)
Stephanie Pieschl (University of Muenster)
Elmar Stahl (University of Muenster)
Rainer Bromme (University of Muenster)

Arithmetic Principle Acquisition via Implicit Learning (Page 1839)
Richard Prather (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

Rule Discovery in the Balance Task Depends on Strategy and Problem Complexity (Page 1840)
Jean Pretz (Illinois Wesleyan University)
Corinne Zimmerman (Illinois State University)

The Influence of Outcome Severity on Ascriptions of Intention & Punishment (Page 1841)
Aryn Pyke (Carleton University)
Deepthi Kamawar (Carleton University)
Diana Ridgeway (Carleton University)

Beyond the Time Cost of Interruptions on Primary Task Performance: Understanding Errors (Page 1842)
Raj M. Ratwani (Naval Research Laboratory and George Mason University)
J. Gregory Trafton (Naval Research Laboratory)

Bias Toward Sufficiency and Completeness in Causal Explanations (Page 1843)
Bob Rehder (New York University)
Goran Milovanovic (New York University)

A Bayesian Perspective on Cognitive Control (Page 1844)
Jeremy Reynolds (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Hadjar Homaei (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Michael C. Mozer (University of Colorado, Boulder)

An Integrative Theory of Spatial Orientation in the Immediate Environment (Page 1845)
Bernhard E. Riecke (Vanderbilt University)
Timothy P. McNamara (Vanderbilt University)

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Memory Systems Involved in Updating Multiple Object Locations (Page 1846)
Björn Rump (Vanderbilt University)
Yanli Fan (Vanderbilt University)
Timothy P. McNamara (Vanderbilt University)

Can Tutored Problem Solving Be Improved By Learning from Examples? (Page 1847)
Ron Salden (Carnegie Mellon University)
Vincent Aleven (Carnegie Mellon University)
Alexander Renkl (University of Freiburg)

Comparative Study of Self-Organizing Semantic Cognitive Maps Derived from Natural Language (Page 1848)
Alexei V. Samsonovich (George Mason University)
Colin P. Sherrill (George Mason University)

Spatial Abilities and Learning Complex Scientific Topics (Page 1849)
Christopher A. Sanchez (Arizona State University Polytechnic)
Jennifer Wiley (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Issues in Reasoning about Iffy Propositions: A meta-analysis of thinking about what is true, possible or irrelevant in reasoning from or about propositions (Page 1850)
Walter Schroyens (University of Gent)

Metacognition in the Composing Processes of Young Adolescents Who Are Academically Gifted (Page 1851)
Delayne Connor Shah (Bridgewater State College)

AGENT and PATIENT Revisited: Children's Knowledge of Semantic Roles (Page 1852)
Shakila Shayan (Indiana University, Bloomington)

Reading Level Assessment for Literary and Expository Texts (Page 1853)
Kathleen M. Sheehan (Educational Testing Service)
Irene Kostin (Educational Testing Service)
Yoko Futagi (Educational Testing Service)

Motivation Effect of Illustrations in Text Comprehension: An Eye-tracking Study (Page 1854)
Hideaki Shimada (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
Muneo Kitajima (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))

Danger in a House: A Toddler's Interaction with Possible Risks (Page 1855)
Noriko Shingaki (Seijo University)
Hisao Nojima (Seijo University)

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Hemodynamic Changes in the Prefrontal Cortex in Smooth and Non-smooth Performance Measured by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) (Page 1856)
Shintaro Shinozaki (Tokyo Denki University)
Harumi Kobayashi (Tokyo Denki University)
Tetsuya Yasuda (Tokyo Denki University)

A Cultural Schema Underlying Crowd Member Decisions in the Middle East (Page 1857)
Winston R. Sieck (Klein Associates)
Jennifer L. Smith (Klein Associates)
Anna P. McHugh (Klein Associates)

From Egocentric to Object-Centered Reference Frames: Grounding Visuo-Spatial Cognition in the World (Page 1858)
Vanessa R. Simmering (University of Iowa)
John P. Spencer (University of Iowa)
Gregor Schöner (Ruhr-University)

Awareness in Contextual Cuing (Page 1859)
Andrea Smyth (University College London)
David Shanks (University College London)

Preschooler's Understanding of Robots in Comparison with Familiar Entities (Page 1860)
Mark Somanader (Vanderbilt University)
Megan Saylor (Vanderbilt University)
Daniel T. Levin (Vanderbilt University)

The Role of Word Labels in Children's Causal Inductions and Exploratory Play (Page 1861)
Holly Standing (Emmanuel College)
Elizabeth Baraff Bonawitz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Laura Schulz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Developmental Differences in Self-Regulated Learning and Question Asking During Learning with Hypermedia (Page 1862)
Jeremiah Sullins (University of Memphis)
Roger Azevedo (University of Memphis)

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Comprehension of Concrete and Abstract Action-Sentence (Page 1863)
Tomohiro Taira (Kyoto University)
Keiko Nakamoto (Bunkyo University)
Hideki Kidoguchi (Kyoto University)
Yota Kimura (Kyoto University)
Kohei Tsunemi (Kyoto University)
Yuko Igawa (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

The Golden Ratio-based Blind Choice Performance (Page 1864)
Sergey S. Tarasenko (Kyoto University)
Toshio Inui (Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics)
Niyaz M. Abdikeev (Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics)

Partial Exemplar Classification: When Seeing Less Means Learning More (Page 1865)
Eric G. Taylor (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Brian H. Ross (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Reverse Engineering Humor (Page 1866)
Julia M. Taylor (University of Cincinnati)
Lawrence J. Mazlack (University of Cincinnati)

The Domain Specific Relation between Vocabulary Size and Generalization: The Case Example of Color Word Learning (Page 1867)
Emily E. Thom (University of California at Los Angeles)
Catherine Sandhofer (University of California at Los Angeles)

Visual Coherence Breaks within Expository Films (Page 1868)
Maike Tibus (Knowledge Media Research Center)
Stephan Schwan (Knowledge Media Research Center)

Identifying Misconceptions using Structural Assessment of Knowledge (Page 1869)
David L. Trumpower (University of Ottawa)
Harold Sharara (University of Ottawa)

Are You in Control? Effects of Information Control on Human Judgment (Page 1870)
Jennifer E. Tsai (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Wai-Tat Fu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

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The Role of Autobiographical Memories in Story Comprehension (Page 1871)
Kohei Tsunemi (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

Language Production Deficits as a Function of the Level of Diagnosis for ADHD (Page 1872)
Kristine Schuster Turko (Mount Union College)

Non-verbal Behaviors and Communication Strategies (Page 1873)
Ichiro Umata (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International)
Sadanori Ito (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
Shoichiro Iwasawa (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International)
Noriko Suzuki (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International)
Naomi Inoue (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology and Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International)

Applying a Cognitive Theory of Learning to Teachers' Knowledge Development (Page 1874)
Keisha Varma (University of California, Berkeley)
Freda Husic (University of California, Berkeley)
Marcia Linn (University of California, Berkeley)

Integer Comparison and the Inverse Symbolic Distance Effect (Page 1875)
Sashank Varma (Stanford University)
Daniel L. Schwartz (Stanford University)
Robb Lindgren (Stanford University)
Janet Go (Stanford University)

Leaving the Store Empty Handed: Decision Field Theory and Choice (Page 1876)
Beth Veinott (Indiana University)
Ryan K. Jessup (Indiana University)
Peter M. Todd (Indiana University)

ProtoMatch: A Tool for Manipulating Eye, Mouse, and Keystroke Data (Page 1877)
Bella Z. Veksler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Michael J. Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

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A Proxy For All Your Semantic Needs (Page 1878)
Vladislav D. Veksler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Alex Grintsvayg (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Robert Lindsey (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Neural Effects of Nicotine during Auditory Selective Attention and the Stimulus-Filter Hypothesis: An Event-Related Potential Study (Page 1879)
Crystal M. Villeneuve (Carleton University)
Dhrasti Shah (University of Ottawa)
Adam Heenan (University of Ottawa)
Kiley Bolton (University of Ottawa)
Derek Fisher (Carleton University)
Anne Millar (Carleton University)
Judy McIntosh (Institute of Mental Health Research)
Verner Knott (Institute of Mental Health Research)

Temporal Selection is Continuous and Deterministic; Responses are Probabilistic (Page 1880)
Edward Vul (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Nancy Kanwisher (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Contextual Information Sharing in Natural Language and Gesture Crossmodal Integration for Aged People Assistive Home Care Application (Page 1881)
Olga Vybornova (Universite Catholique de Louvain)
Monica Gemo (Universite Catholique de Louvain)
Ronald Moncarey (Universite Catholique de Louvain)
Benoit Macq (Universite Catholique de Louvain)

A Pound of Lead Feels Heavier than a Pound of Feathers: A Potential Perceptual Basis of a Cognitive Riddle (Page 1882)
Jeffrey Wagman (Illinois State University)
Corinne Zimmerman (Illinois State University)
Christopher Sorric (Illinois State University)

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The Meaning of Before versus After (Page 1883)
Lonnie A. Wakefield (Texas A&M University - Commerce)
Shulan Lu (Texas A&M University - Commerce)

Cognitive Basis for Expert and Superior Performance in Law Enforcement (Page 1884)
Paul Ward (Florida State University)
Kevin R. Harris (Florida State University)
K. Anders Ericsson (Florida State University)
David W. Eccles (Florida State University)
Lauren Tashman (Florida State University)
Laura Hassler Lang (Florida State University)

The Memory Retrieval Debate Revisited: Is it Spreading Activation or Compound-Cue? (Page 1885)
Jennifer Williams (University of North Florida)
C. Dominik Güss (University of North Florida)
F. Dan Richard (University of North Florida)

The Effectiveness of Modeling on Learner's Motivation and Self-Regulated Learning of Science with Hypermedia (Page 1886)
Amy Witherspoon (University of Memphis)
Roger Azevedo (University of Memphis)

The Relationship between Learner Characteristic and Interest in Teachable Agent (Page 1887)
Yeon-kyoung Woo (Korea University)
Sun-Hee Back (Korea University)
Sun-young Lee (Korea University)
Eunsoo Cho (Korea University)
Yoon kyoung Chung (Korea University)
Karam Lim (Korea University)
Cheon-Woo Han (Korea University)
Woogul Lee (Korea University)
Yeonhee So (Kyungnam University)
Sung-il Kim (Korea University)

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Cognitive Effects of Gaze Input and Stereoscopic Depth on Human-Computer Interaction (Page 1888)
Mei Xiao (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
Hendrick Melo (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
Tyler Garaas (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
Alex Hwang (University of Massachusetts at Boston)
Marc Pomplun (University of Massachusetts at Boston)

A Bayesian Analysis of Serial Reproduction (Page 1889)
Jing Xu (University of California, Berkeley)
Thomas L. Griffiths (University of California, Berkeley)

Exploring How Agents-based Modeling and Culture Affects Children's Understanding of Complex Systems (Page 1890)
Julie H. Youm (Columbia University)
John B. Black (Columbia University)

Aggressive Behavior and Home Field Advantage in Italian Serie A Soccer (Page 1891)
Franco Zengaro (Middle Tennessee State University)
Sally A. Zengaro (University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa)

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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