CogSci 2006 Main Program Information
Day 0: July 26th, 2006. Wednesday.
July 26th, 2006. 8:30AM-5:00PM
Tutorial and Workshop Programs (Chairs: Frank Keller and Mike Schoelles)
Day 1: July 27th, 2006. Thursday.
July 27th, 2006. 8:00AM-8:50AM
Registration
July 27th, 2006. 8:50AM-9:00AM
Opening Remarks (Chair: Ron Sun)
July 27th, 2006. 9:00AM-10:00AM
Session 7-27-1: Plenary Talk (Chair: Wayne Gray)
Conscious and Unconscious Strategy Discovery Robert Siegler
July 27th, 2006. 10:00AM-10:30AM
Coffee Break
July 27th, 2006. 10:30AM-12:00PM
Session 7-27-2A: Symposium (Chair: Gary Lupyan)
Beyond Whorf: Language Affects Thought Gary Lupyan, Lera Boroditsky, Robert Goldstone, Terry Regier, Debi Roberson
Session 7-27-2B: Learning (Chair: Axel Cleeremans)
Implicit Learning of Form-Meaning Connections Janny Leung, John Williams
Synergy Between Memory and Model-based Processing: Integration Facilitated by Animation Bill Sallas, Robert Mathews, Sean Lane, Ron Sun
Processing Strategies, Fluency, and Confidence in Artificial Grammar Learning Tobias Johansson
Can Implicit Sequence Learning be Based on a Sequence of Response Selections? Natacha Deroost, Inge Zeeuws, Eric Soetens
Session 7-27-2C: Perception (Chair: Garrison Cottrell)
The Effect of Personal Familiarity on the Speed of Face Recognition Benjamin Balas, David Cox, Erin Conwell
Automatic Visual Integration: Defragmenting the Face Luke Barrington, Garrison Cottrell
A Dynamic Neural Field Theory of Multi-Item Visual Working Memory and Change Detection Jeffrey Johnson, John Spencer, Gregor Schoner
Six-Months-Olds' Perception of Goal-Directed, Animated Motion Anne Schlottmann, Elizabeth d Ray, Jane Cownie
Session 7-27-2D: Language (Chair: Ray Perez)
Attentional Modulation of Lexical Effects on Speech Perception: Computational and Behavioral Experiments Daniel Mirman, James L. McClelland, Lori L. Holt
A `Triangle Model' of Chinese Reading Jianfeng Yang, Jason Zevin, Shu Hua, Bruce McCandliss, Ping Li
Object Naming and Later Lexical Development Eef Ameel, Barbara Malt, Gert Storms
Using Children to Evaluate Syntax Acquisition Algorithms Franklin Chang, Elena Lieven, Michael Tomasello
Session 7-27-2E: Action (Chair: Susan Chipman)
Reach Control and Planning Utilize the Same Representation Lari Vainio, Rob Ellis, Mike Tucker
Properties of Synergies Arising from a Theory of Optimal Motor Behavior Manu Chhabra, Robert Jacobs
Through the Looking Glass: Action Learning from Different Perspectives Sandra Lozano, Bridgette Martin, Barbara Tversky
The Brain Implements Optimal Decision Making between Alternative Actions Rafal Bogacz, Kevin Gurney
Session 7-27-2F: Reasoning (Chair: Yingrui Yang)
Understanding the Causal Logic of Confounds Bjoern Meder, York Hagmayer, Michael R. Waldmann
What We Can Learn from Causal Conditional Reasoning about the Naive Understanding of Causality Sieghard Beller
Issues in Reasoning about Iffy Propositions: Reasoning Times in the Syntactic-Semantic Counter-Example Prompted Probabilistic Thinking and Reasoning Engine Walter Schroyens
Is the Weighting of Contingency Data Contingent on the Hypothesis Assessed? David Mandel, Oshin Vartanian
July 27th, 2006. 12:00PM-1:30PM
Lunch (on your own)
July 27th, 2006. 1:30PM-3:00PM
Session 7-27-3A: Symposium (Chair: Elissa Newport)
Statistical Learning in Language, Vision, and Comparative Cognition: What Have We Learned, Where are We Going? Elissa Newport, Richard Aslin, Daniel Weiss, Lila Gleitman
Session 7-27-3B: Learning (Chair: Glenn Gunzelmann)
Is Learning in SRT Tasks Robust Across Procedural Variations? Stephanie Chambaron, Dominique Ginhac, Pierre Perruchet
The Fit of the Implicit Cognition Paradigm to Science Education Research: An Exploratory Analysis Gwendolyn Campbell, Simone Chin
Solving the Credit Assignment Problem: Explicit and Implicit Learning with Internal and External State Information Wai-Tat Fu, John R. Anderson
Learning in Dynamic Decision Making: Information Utilization and Future Planning Wai-Tat Fu, Cleotilde Gonzalez
Session 7-27-3C: Perception (Chair: Michael Mozer)
Swimming in the Underlying Stream: Computational Models of Gaze in a Comparative Behavioral Analysis of Autism Frederick Shic, Warren Jones, Ami Klin, Brian Scassellati
Visual Availability and Fixation Memory in Modeling Visual Search using the EPIC Architecture David Kieras, Sandra Marshall
Controlling Attention With Noise: The Cue-Combination Model of Visual Search David Baldwin, Michael Mozer
How Prior Knowledge and Text Coherence Affect Eye Fixations in Hypertext Overviews Ladislao Salmeron, Thierry Baccino, Jose J. Canas
Session 7-27-3D: Language (Chair: Hansjoerg Neth)
Combining Syntax and Thematic Fit in a Probabilistic Model of Sentence Processing Ulrike Pado, Frank Keller, Matthew Crocker
Event Structure and Discourse Coherence Biases in Pronoun Interpretation Hannah Rohde, Andrew Kehler, Jeffrey Elman
Unifying Cross-Linguistic and Within-language Patterns of Finiteness Marking in MOSAIC Daniel Freudenthal, Julian Pine, Fernand Gobet
The Influence of Explicit Markers on Slow Cortical Potentials During Figurative Language Processing Christopher Schwint, Todd Ferretti, Albert Katz
Session 7-27-3E: Expertise (Chair: Chris Schunn)
Expertise and the Illusion of Comprehension Ben Jee, Jennifer Wiley, Thomas Griffin
Planning, Evaluation, and Cognition: Exploring the Structure and Mechanisms of Expert Performance in a Representative Dynamic Task Kevin R. Harris, Lauren Tashman, Jason Ramrattan, Paul Ward, David W. Eccles, K. Anders Ericsson, A. Mark Williams
One-hit Wonders in Classical Music: Evidence and an Explanation for an Early Career Peak Aaron Kozbelt
Conceptual Change in Non-Euclidean Mathematics Jennifer Asmuth, Lance Rips
Session 7-27-3F: Reasoning (Chair: Jonathan Evans)
Deontic Logic and Deontic Goals in the Wason Selection Task Momme von Sydow, York Hagmayer
When does ignorance make us smart? Additional factors guiding heuristic inference. C. Philip Beaman, Rachel McCloy, Philip T. Smith
Order Bias and the Suppositional Disjunction Shira Elqayam, Jonathan St.B.T. Evans, David E. Over, Eyvind Ohm
Sudden and Gradual Processes of Insight Problem Solving: Investigation by Combination of Experiments and Simulations Hitoshi Terai, Kazuhisa Miwa
July 27th, 2006. 3:00PM-3:30PM
Coffee Break
July 27th, 2006. 3:30PM-5:00PM
Session 7-27-4A: Symposium (Chair: Ping Li)
Computational Modeling of Bilingualism Ping Li, Curt Burgess, Robert French, Yasuhiro Shirai, Michael Thomas
Session 7-27-4B: Learning (Chair: Stellan Ohlsson)
Undoing One's learning Magda Osman
Learning Overhypotheses Charles Kemp, Amy Perfors, Joshua Tenenbaum
Lateral Inhibition Explains Savings in Conditioning and Extinction Ashish Gupta, David Noelle
The Role of Reliability in Human Contingency Judgments Matthew Jacques, Pierre Mercier
Session 7-27-4C: Perception and Action (Chair: Ray Perez)
Modeling the Scheduling of Eye Movements and Manual Responses in Performing A Sequence of Discrete Tasks Shu-Chieh Wu, Roger W. Remington, Richard Lewis
Hemispheric Differences Emerge from Perceptual Learning: Evidence from Modeling Chinese Character Pronunciation Janet Hui-wen Hsiao, Richard Shillcock
Multiple Systems for Visuospatial Imagery Jeffrey M. Zacks
An Adaptive Combination Approach to Spatial Representation: Using Geometric and Featural Spatial Information Nora Newcombe
Session 7-27-4D: Language (Chair: Sean Lane)
A Temporal Signal Reveals Chunk Structure in the Writing of Word Phrases Peter Cheng, Hectora Rojas-Anaya
Using Phoneme Distributions to Discover Words and Lexical Categories in Unsegmented Speech Morten H. Christiansen, Stephen A. Hockema, Luca Onnis
Phonological Neighborhood Density in Native and Non-Native Word Production Henrike Blumenfeld, Viorica Marian
Session 7-27-4E: Theoretical Issues (Chair: Art Markman)
Dual System Theories of Cognition: Some Issues Jonathan St B T Evans
Understanding the Advantages of Modularity in Neural Systems John Bullinaria
Componential Explanation in Philosophy, Cognitive Science and Computer Science Tibor Bosse, Catholijn Jonker, Jan Treur
Cartesian 'Ideas' and the First (17th C) Cognitive Revolution Peter Slezak
Session 7-27-4F: Biological Studies and Modeling (Chair: Glenn Gunzelmann)
Mind-Wandering With and Without Awareness: An fMRI Study of Spontaneous Thought Processes Rachelle Smith, Kamyar Keramatian, Jonathan Smallwood, Jonathan Schooler, Brian Luus, Kalina Christoff
Cognitive Neuroendocrinology: Risk Preference Changes across the Menstrual Cycle Bruce Burns
Computational Modeling of the Combined Effects of Circadian Rhythm and Sleep Deprivation Joshua Gross, Glenn Gunzelmann, Kevin Gluck, Hans van Dongen, David Dinges
July 27th, 2006. 5:30PM-7:00PM
Session 7-27-5: Plenary Symposium (Chairs: Ron Sun and Robert Mathews)
The Synergy between Implicit and Explicit Learning Processes Axel Cleeremans, Zoltan Dienes, Lynne Reder, Robert Mathews
July 27th, 2006. 7:00PM-10:30PM
Reception and Poster Session I (Chair: Nick Cassimatis)
Day 2: July 28th, 2006. Friday.
July 28th, 2006. 9:00AM-10:00AM
Session 7-28-1: Plenary Talk (Chair: Ron Sun)
Specificity of Implicit and Explicit Memory Daniel Schacter
July 28th, 2006. 10:00AM-10:30AM
Coffee Break
July 28th, 2006. 10:30AM-12:00PM
Session 7-28-2A: Symposium (Chair: Nancy Nersessian)
Laboratory Learning: Cognitive and Learning Practices in University Research Laboratories Nancy J. Nersessian, Wendy Newstetter, Morana Alac, Edwin Hutchins, Natasha Myers, James Greeno
Session 7-28-2B: Learning (Chair: John Kruschke)
Online Processing is Essential for Learning: Understanding Fast Mapping and Word Learning in a Dynamic Connectionist Architecture Jessica Horst, Bob McMurray, Larissa Samuelson
Speaker/Gender Effect: Impact of the Speaker's Gender on Learning with Narrated Animations Stephanie Linek, Peter Gerjets, Katharina Scheiter
Melioration Dominates Maximization: Stable Suboptimal Performance Despite Global Feedback Hansjoerg Neth, Chris R. Sims, Wayne D. Gray
Locally Bayesian Learning John Kruschke
Session 7-28-2C: Perception (Chair: Michael Mozer)
Bayesian Model Learning in Human Visual Perception Gergo Orban, Jozsef Fiser, Richard Aslin, Mate Lengyel
The Neural Basis of Object Concepts in Non-Uniform, Ambiguous and Illusionary Perception Markus Werning, Alexander Maye
How Looking at Someone You Don't Know Can Help You to Recognize Someone You Do Nathan Witthoft, Jonathan Winawer, Lera Boroditsky
Does What We Want Influence What We See? Bence Nanay
Session 7-28-2D: Language (Chair: Mike Schoelles)
On-line Interpretation of Scalar Quantifiers: Insight into the Semantic-Pragmatics Interface Yi Ting Huang, Jesse Snedeker
Learning Syntax-Semantics Mappings to Bootstrap Word Learning Chen Yu
Priming of Syntactic Rules in Task-Oriented Dialogue and Spontaneous Conversation David Reitter, Johanna D. Moore, Frank Keller
A Connectionist Model of the Coordinated Interplay of Scene, Utterance, and World Knowledge Marshall Mayberry, Matthew Crocker, Pia Knoeferle
Session 7-28-2E: Memory (Chair: Sean Lane)
From Recall to Discrimination: The Dynamic Neural Field Theory Generalizes across Tasks and Development Vanessa Simmering, John Spencer, Gregor Schoener
On the Cost and Benefit of Taking it out of Context: Modeling the Inhibition Associated with Directed Forgetting Kenneth Malmberg, Melissa Lehman, Lili Sahakyan
The Divergent-Reconvergent Model of Serial Order Encoding and Retrieval Danke Shieh
Retrieval Dynamics of Multiple Patterns in a Feature-based Model Alice Morelli, Rosapia Lauro Grotto, Fortunato Tito Arecchi
Session 7-28-2F: Decision Making (Chair: Jerome Busemeyer)
A Coherent Computational Framework for Modeling Component Decision Processes Jerome Busemeyer, Joseph Johnson
A Quantum Game Theory Explanation of Disjunction Effects Jerome Busemeyer, Merv Matthew
Why Losses Loom Larger than Gains: Modeling Neural Mechanisms of Cognitive-Affective Interaction Abninder Litt, Chris Eliasmith, Paul Thagard
Which Is More Probable "25% + 25%" or "40% + 10%"? Effect of the Distribution of Focal Outcomes on Gut-level Perception of Certainty Kuninori Nakamura, Kimihiko Yamagishi
July 28th, 2006. 12:00PM-1:30PM
Lunch (on your own)
July 28th, 2006. 1:30PM-3:00PM
Session 7-28-3A: Symposium (Chair: Jiajie Zhang)
Distributed Cognition in Healthcare Jiajie Zhang, Vimla Patel, Nancy Nersessian, Wendy Newstetter, Yan Xiao
Session 7-28-3B: Learning (Chair: Niels Taatgen)
Eye Tracking, Individual Differences, and Attention in Associative Learning John Kruschke, Emily Kappenman, William Hetrick
Nonsense and Sensibility: Inferring Unseen Possibilities Lauren Schmidt, Charles Kemp, Joshua Tenenbaum
Hierarchical Encoding and Instance-Based Learning in Spatial Orientation Glenn Gunzelmann, Don Lyon
Learning in Minimalism-based Language Modeling Deryle Lonsdale
Session 7-28-3C: Perception and Imagery (Chair: Raju Bapi)
Now, Where was I? Examining the Perceptual Processes while Resuming an Interrupted Task Raj Ratwani, Greg Trafton
Does Different Imply a Difference? A Comparison of Two Tasks Dedre Gentner, Eyal Sagi
Non-Native Language Processing Engages Mental Imagery Kathryn Wheeler, Diana Stojanovic
Perceived Affordances as a Substrate for Linguistic Concepts Peter Gorniak, Deb Roy
Session 7-28-3D: Language (Chair: Ping Li)
Statistical Cross-Situational Learning to Build Word-to-World Mapping Yu Chen, Linda Smith
Modelling the Interpretation and Interpretation Ease of Noun-Noun Compounds Using a Relation Space Approach to Compound Meaning Barry Devereux, Fintan Costello
Poverty of the Stimulus? A Rational Approach Amy Perfors, Josh Tenenbaum, Terry Regier
Streaming x, y Coordinates Imply Continuous Interaction During On-line Syntactic Processing Thomas Farmer, Sarah Cargill, Nicholas Hindy, Rick Dale, Michael Spivey
Session 7-28-3E: Memory (Chair: Robert Mathews)
Working Memory in Wayfinding --- A Dual Task Experiment in a Virtual City Tobias Meilinger, Markus Knauff, Heinrich H. Bulthoff
SPAM-Ling: A Dynamical Model of Spatial Working Memory John Lipinski, John Spencer, Larissa Samuelson, Gregor Schoener
Further Investigations into Post-completion Error: The Effects of Interruption Position and Duration Simon Y. W. Li, Anna L. Cox, Ann Blandford, Paul Cairns, Richard M. Young, Aliza Abeles
Session 7-28-3F: Decision Making (Chair: Yingrui Yang)
Ambiguity-Reduction: A Satisficing Criterion for Decision Making Under Uncertainty Giovanni Pezzulo, Alessandro Couyoumdjian
Grazing or Staying Tuned: A Stochastic Dynamic Model of Channel Changing Behavior Zheng Wang, Jerome Busemeyer, Annie Lang
Language as a Tool for Thought: The Vocabulary of Games Facilitates Strategic Decision Making Jeffrey Loewenstein, Josh Keller
Toward a Mental Decision Logic of the Small-grand World Problem: Its Decision Structure and Arithematization Yingrui Yang
July 28th, 2006. 3:00PM-3:30PM
Coffee Break
July 28th, 2006. 3:30PM-5:00PM
Session 7-28-4A: Symposium (Chair: Andrea Bender)
Cultural Impacts on Cognition Andrea Bender, Sieghard Beller, Giovanni Bennardo, Lera Boroditsky, James Boster, Asifa Majid, Douglas Medin, Juerg Wassmann
Session 7-28-4B: Learning (Chair: Stellan Ohlsson)
Modeling Causal Learning Using Bayesian Generic Priors on Generative and Preventive Powers Hongjing Lu, Alan Yuille, Mimi Liljeholm, Patricia Cheng, Keith Holyoak
What Moves in a Mysterious Way? A Domain-general Account of Learning about Animacy and Causality Gary Lupyan, David Rakison
A Causal Power Approach to Learning with Rates Marc Buehner
The Emergence of Multiple Learning Systems Bradley Love, Matt Jones
Session 7-28-4C: Social Interaction (Chair: James Greeno)
Trust in Communication between Individuals: A Connectionist Approach Frank Van Overwalle, Francis Heylighen
An Emergentist Account of Collective Cognition in Collaborative Problem Solving John Voiklis, Manu Kapur, Charles Kinzer, John Black
A Laboratory Study on Distributed Problem Solving by Taking Different Viewpoints Yugo Hayashi, Kazuhisa Miwa, Junya Morita
What Changes When a Large Team Becomes More Expert? Irene Tollinger, Christian Schunn, Alonso Vera
Session 7-28-4D: Language (Chair: Ping Li)
Robust Semantic Systematicity and Distributed Representations in a Connectionist Model of Sentence Comprehension Stefan Frank, Willem Haselager
Knowing What's Going On: The Influence of Contextual Knowledge on the On-line Resolution of Structural Ambiguity Nina Versteeg, Ted Sanders, Frank Wijnen
Effortful Pragmatics: The Demanding Nature of Implicatures Wim De Neys, Walter Schaeken
Constructional Sources of Implicit Agents Micah Goldwater, Arthur Markman
Session 7-28-4E: Development (Chair: Stella Vosniadou)
The Development of Analogical Reasoning in Children: A Computational Account Robert Morrison, Leonidas Doumas, Lindsey Richland
Using Number to Structure Space Dedre Gentner, Stella Christie
Learning New Words: Effects of Lexical Competition and Age of Acquisition Jakke Tamminen, Gareth Gaskell
Knowledge, Performance, and Task: Decalage and Dynamics in Young Children's Noun Generalizations Larissa Samuelson, Jessica Horst, Brandi Dobbertin, Anne Schutte
Session 7-28-4F: Categorization (Chair: Mike Schoelles)
A More Rational Model of Categorization Adam Sanborn, Thomas Griffiths, Daniel Navarro
Using Ideal Observers in Higher-order Human Category Learning Aniket Kittur
From Natural Kinds to Complex Categories Daniel Navarro
Influences of Communication on Categorisation and Similarity Nick Braisby
July 28th, 2006. 5:30PM-6:30PM
Session 7-28-5: Rumelhart Award Talk (Chair: Jay McClelland)
Thought Experiments in Scientific Discovery: What Emergent Mental Capabilities Underlie their Efficacy? Roger Shepard
July 28th, 2006. 6:30PM-7:15PM
Rumelhart Reception (Chairs: Chris Schunn and Jay McClelland)
July 28th, 2006. 7:15PM-10:30PM
Reception and Poster Session II (Chair: Nick Cassimatis)
Day 3: July 29th, 2006. Saturday.
July 29th, 2006. 8:30AM-10:00AM
Session 7-29-1A: Symposium (Chairs: Kevin Gluck and Glenn Gunzelmann)
Modeling the Impact of Cognitive Moderators on Human Cognition and Performance Kevin Gluck, Glenn Gunzelmann, Jonathan Gratch, Eva Hudlicka, Frank Ritter
Session 7-29-1B: Learning and Instruction (Chair: Chris Schunn)
Learning from Observing Tutoring Collaboratively Michelene Chi, Marguerite Roy
How to Make Instructional Explanations in Human Tutoring More Effective Matthias Nuckles, Jorg Wittwer, Alexander Renkl
Prompting Cognitive and Metacognitive Processing in Writing-to-Learn Enhances Learning Outcomes Sandra Hubner, Matthias Nuckles, Alexander Renkl
Feedback for Metacognitive Support in Learning by Teaching Environments Jason Tan, Gautam Biswas, Daniel Schwartz
Session 7-29-1C: Social Interaction (Chair: James Greeno)
Embodied Action as a 'Helping Hand' in Social Interaction Jessica Lindblom
Generating Collective Spatial References Albert Gatt
Analysis of Human-Human and Human-Computer Agent Interactions from the Viewpoint of Design of and Attribution to a Partner Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai
Supporting Collaborative Learning with Augmented Group Awareness Tools Daniel Bodemer, Jurgen Buder
Session 7-29-1D: Language (Chair: Danielle McNamara)
Causal Influences on Disfluency Production Michael Schnadt, Martin Corley
A Cognitive Model of Surprise Judgements Rebecca Maguire, Fintan Costello, Mark Keane
Using Coh-Metrix Temporal Indices to Predict Psychological Measures of Time Nicholas Duran, Phillip McCarthy, Arthur Graesser, Danielle McNamara
Validating Coh-Metrix Danielle McNamara, Yasuhiro Ozuru, Art Graesser, Max Louwerse
Session 7-29-1E: Development (Chair: Tom Shultz)
Do Children Need Concrete Instantiations to Learn an Abstract Concept? Jennifer Kaminski, Vladimir Sloutsky, Andrew Heckler
Children Learn from Gestures not Grounded in the Here-and-now Raedy Ping, Susan Goldin-Meadow
Modeling Cross-Domain Causal Learning in Preschoolers as Bayesian Inference Elizabeth Baraff Bonawitz, Thomas L. Griffiths, Laura Schulz
From Syllables to Syntax: Investigating Staged Linguistic Development through Computational Modeling Kris Jack, Chris Reed, Annalu Waller
Session 7-29-1F: Categorization (Chair: Art Markman)
Natural Scene Categorization from Conjunctions of Ecological Global Properties Michelle Greene, Aude Oliva
Bridging Levels: Using a Cognitive Model to Connect Brain and Behavior in Category Learning Todd Gureckis, Bradley Love
An Attention-Based Model of Learning a Function and a Category in Parallel Harlan Harris, John Paul Minda
The Role of Causal Status versus Inter-Feature Links in Feature Weighting Jessecae K. Marsh, Woo-kyoung Ahn
July 29th, 2006. 10:00AM-10:30AM
Coffee Break
July 29th, 2006. 10:30AM-12:00PM
Session 7-29-2A: Symposium (Chair: Paul Bello)
Building and Evaluating Models of Human-Level Intelligence Paul Bello, Nicholas Cassimatis, Ken Forbus, Joshua Tenenbaum
Session 7-29-2B: Theoretical and Methodological Issues (Chair: Raju Bapi)
Tools and Techniques for Quantitative and Predictive Cognitive Science Terrence Stewart
Steps Towards Integrated Models of Cognitive Systems: A Levels-of-Analysis Approach to Comparing Human Performance to Model Predictions Michael J. Schoelles, Hansjoerg Neth, Christopher W. Myers, Wayne D. Gray
Education as Multiple-Source Self-Regulation: A Whole theme Perspective Asghar Iran-Nejad
Evidence for Massive Redeployment of Brain Areas in Cognitive Functions Michael Anderson
Session 7-29-2C: Culture (Chair: Art Graesser)
Responsibility for Bad Deeds --- and for Good? The Impact of Cultural Attribution Tendencies on Cognition and Emotion Andrea Bender, Hans Spada, Hannah Swoboda, Simone Traber
Rethinking Cross-cultural Differences in Reasoning N.Y. Louis Lee, P.N. Johnson-Laird
Shared Knowledge, Embodied Structure, Mediated Process:The Case of the Zapotec of Oaxaca Fadwa El Guindi
The Ecology of Language Practices in Worldwide Airline Flight Deck Operations Edwin Hutchins, Saeko Nomura, Barbara Holder
Session 7-29-2D: Language and Non-Verbal Behavior (Chair: Danielle McNamara)
Is There Evidence for a Probabilistic Language Faculty? Rens Bod
Grounding Dialogue: Eye Movements Reveal the Coordination of Attention during Conversation Daniel Richardson, Rick Dale
A Model for Interest Measurement by Observable Non-Verbal Behavior Sadanori Ito, Shoichiro Iwasawa, Ichiro Umata, Kiyoshi Kogure
Session 7-29-2E: Development (Chair: Doug Medin)
Categorization, Label Extension, and Inductive Reasoning in Chinese and German Preschoolers: Influence of a Classifier System and Universal Cognitive Constraints Henrik Saalbach, Mutsumi Imai
Even Early Representations of Numerical Magnitude are Spatially Organized: Evidence for a Directional Magnitude Bias in Pre-reading Preschoolers John Opfer, Clarissa Thompson
When Mr. Blicket Wants It, Children are Bayesian David Sobel, Sarah Munro
Dual Processes, Development, and Scalar Implicature Susan Scrafton, Aidan Feeney
Session 7-29-2F: Similarity, Typicality, Analogy, and Metaphor (Chair: Art Markman)
Ideals aren't Always Typical: Dissociating Goodness-of-Exemplar from Typicality Judgments Aniket Kittur, Keith J. Holyoak, John E. Hummel
Metaphor in the Mind and Hands Daniel Casasanto, Sandra Lozano
Relating Category Coherence and Analogy: Simulating Category Use with a Model of Relational Reasoning John Hummel, Brian Ross
The Role of Similarity in Generalization Matt Jones, W. Todd Maddox, Bradley C. Love
July 29th, 2006. 12:00PM-1:30PM
Lunch (on your own)
July 29th, 2006. 1:30PM-3:00PM
Session 7-29-3A: The Rumelhart Symposium (Chair: Josh Tenenbaum)
Exploring Mind and World: A Symposium in Honor of Roger Shepard Nick Chater, Jacob Feldman, Tamar Szabo Gendler, Josh Tenenbaum
Session 7-29-3B: Symposium (Chair: Richard Ashley)
Music and Cognition: What Cognitive Science can Learn from Music Cognition Richard Ashley, Erin Hannon, Henkjan Honing, Edward Large, Caroline Palmer, Sean Hutchins
Session 7-29-3C: Social Cognition (Chair: Art Graesser)
Words Mark the Nerds: Computational Models of Personality Recognition through Language Francois Mairesse, Marilyn Walker
Detection of Emotions During Learning with AutoTutor Art Graesser, Bethany McDaniel, Patrick Chipman, Amy Witherspoon, Sidney D'Mello, Barry Gholson
DREAM and False Memories of Personality: The Stuff that Impressions are Made of Leonel Garcia-Marques, Mario Ferreira, Teresa Garcia-Marques
Stereotypes: From an Illusory Stability to an Illusory Belief Account Sofia Santos, Sergio Moreira, Leonel Garcia-Marques
Session 7-29-3D: Concept (Chair: Hansjoerg Neth)
Extending Spatial Frames of Reference to Temporal Concepts Alexander Kranjec
An Investigation of Combinational Productivity for Abstract and Concrete Concepts Phil Maguire, Edward Wisniewski, Gert Storms
Development of the Object Concept: Implicit vs. Explicit Knowledge Bennett Bertenthal
Session 7-29-3E: Development (Chair: Tom Ward)
Creativity from a Cognitive Developmental Science Perspective Todd Lubart
Flexible Attention to Labels and Appearances in Early Induction Anna Fisher, Vladimir Sloutsky
Induction in Children and Adults Catherine Wilburn, Aidan Feeney
Body Parts and the First 100 Verbs Josita Maouene, Shohei Hidaka, Linda B. Smith
July 29th, 2006. 3:00PM-3:30PM
Coffee Break
July 29th, 2006. 3:30PM-5:00PM
Session 7-29-4: Plenary Symposium (Chair: Naomi Miyake)
The Emerging Learning Sciences Roy Pea, Janet Kolodner, Mike Cole, Naomi Miyake
July 29th, 2006. 5:30PM-7:00PM
Society Business Meeting (Chair: Richard Young)
July 29th, 2006. 7:00PM-10:30PM
Reception and Poster Session III (Chair: Nick Cassimatis)