Naomi Miyake, David Peebles, Richard P. Cooper:
Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, CogSci 2012, Sapporo, Japan, August 1-4, 2012. cognitivesciencesociety.org 2012, ISBN 978-0-9768318-8-4
Laurie Beth Feldman, Janet G. van Hell, Judith F. Kroll, Suparna Rajaram:
Women in Cognitive Science sponsored interactive panel discussion: Professional advancement, leadership and international collaboration.
Shuichi Nishio, Hiroshi Ishiguro:
Teleoperated Android as a Tool for Cognitive Studies, Communication and Art.
Barbara Tversky, Shimon Ullman, Dare A. Baldwin, Frank E. Pollick, Joshua B. Tenenbaum, Tao Gao, Peter C. Pantelis, David Pautler:
Modeling the Perception of Intentions.
Mark Andrews, Jesse Diaz:
And Now for Something Completely Different: Python in Cognitive Science.
Jerome R. Busemeyer, Peter Bruza, Taiki Takahashi, Jennifer Trueblood:
Full day tutorial on Quantum models of cognition and decision.
Using Bayes to Interpret Non-significant Results.
Chris Eliasmith, Terrence C. Stewart:
Nengo and the Neural Engineering Framework: From Spikes to Cognition.
Noah D. Goodman, Joshua B. Tenenbaum:
Probability, programs, and the mind: Building structured Bayesian models of cognition.
Joshua M. Lewis, Virginia R. de Sa:
Using Machine Learning for Exploratory Data Analysis.
Frank E. Ritter, Jong Wook Kim:
Practical Advice on How to Run Human Behavioral Studies.
Rolf Pfeifer, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Yuichiro Anzai, Naomi Miyake:
Robotics and Emotion.
Peter W. Battaglia, Tomer Ullman, Joshua B. Tenenbaum, Adam Sanborn, Kenneth D. Forbus, Tobias Gerstenberg, David A. Lagnado:
Computational Models of Intuitive Physics.
Stella Christie, Dedre Gentner, Mutsumi Imai, Etsuko Haryu, Hiroyuki Okada, Ji Y. Son, James W. Stigler, Leonidas A. A. Doumas, Robert G. Morrison, Lindsey E. Richland:
The role of comparison in structure learning: Developmental, learning science, and computational perspectives.
Kenji Doya, John P. O'Doherty, Alexandre Pouget, Peter Bossaerts, Nathaniel D. Daw, Yael Niv:
Neural Computations Supporting Cognition: Rumelhart Prize Symposium in Honor of Peter Dayan.
Chris Eliasmith, Thomas L. Griffiths, Valerie Gray Hardcastle, Bradley C. Love, William Bechtel, Richard P. Cooper, David Peebles:
Thirty years of Marr's Vision: Levels of Analysis in Cognitive Science.
Micah B. Goldwater, Scott E. Friedman, Dedre Gentner, Kenneth D. Forbus, Cynthia Fisher, Michael Connor, Dan Roth, Franklin Chang, Gary S. Dell:
New Frontiers in Computational Models of Grammatical Development.
Jonathan Malmaud, Joshua B. Tenenbaum, Peter Dayan, Laurence T. Maloney, Edward Vul, Nick Chater:
Computational, Cognitive, and Neural Models of Decision-making Biases.
Naomi Miyake, Roy Pea, Reinhard Pekrun, Kurt van Lehn, Richard Catrambone, Stella Vosniadou:
Governing Board Symposium: Cognitive Science and the Learning Sciences.
Daniele Nardi, Frank H. Durgin, Kate Jeffery, Steven M. Weisberg:
How Vertical Spaces Are Perceived and Represented.
Magda Osman, Björn Meder, Gerd Gigerenzer, Nick Chater, Daniel Read, Hansjörg Neth:
What Can Cognitive Science Say or Learn about Economic Crises?
Magda Osman, Maarten Speekenbrink, Peter Dayan, Masataka Watanabe, Nigel Harvey:
Dynamic decision making: neuronal, computational, and cognitive underpinnings.
Colin Wilson, Neil Cohn, James Myers, Stephen Goldberg, Ariel Cohen-Goldberg:
Grammatical Approaches to Written and Graphical Communication.
Joshua T. Abbott, Joseph L. Austerweil, Thomas L. Griffiths:
Constructing a hypothesis space from the Web for large-scale Bayesian word learning.
Joshua T. Abbott, Terry Regier, Thomas L. Griffiths:
Predicting focal colors with a rational model of representativeness.
Cengiz Acartürk, Özge Alaçam:
Gestures in Communication through Line Graphs.
Frans Adriaans, Daniel Swingley:
Distributional Learning of Vowel Categories Is Supported by Prosody in Infant-Directed Speech.
Woo-Young Ahn, Olga Rass, Yongwook Shin, Jerome R. Busemeyer, Joshua W. Brown, Brian F. O'Donnell:
Emotion-Based Reinforcement Learning.
Florian Artinger, Nadine Fleischhut, Vittoria Levati, Jeffrey R. Stevens:
Cooperation in risky environments: Decisions from experience in a stochastic social dilemma.
Derrik E. Asher, Shunan Zhang, Andrew Zaldivar, Michael D. Lee, Jeffrey L. Krichmar:
Modeling individual differences in socioeconomic game playing.
C. Philip Beaman:
Lexical Access Across Languages: A Multinomial Model of Auditory Distraction.
William Bechtel, Adele Abrahamsen:
Diagramming Phenomena for Mechanistic Explanation.
Nicole Beckage, Mark Steyvers, Carter T. Butts:
Route choice in individuals - semantic network navigation.
Sieghard Beller, Andrea Bender:
Competent Deontic Reasoning: The Abstract Deontic Selection Task Revisited.
Leon Bergen, Noah D. Goodman, Roger Levy:
That's what she (could have) said: How alternative utterances affect language use.
Klinton Bicknell, Roger Levy:
Word predictability and frequency effects in a rational model of reading.
The retriever-connector model: Matching Classroom Data and Agent-Based Computer Models to Simulate Students' Use of Multiple Epistemological Resources.
David W. Braithwaite, Robert L. Goldstone:
Inducing Mathematical Concepts from Specific Examples: The Role of Schema-Level Variation.
Micah R. Bregman, Sarah C. Creel:
Learning to recognize unfamiliar voices: the role of language familiarity and music experience.
Sarah K. Brem, Glenda Stump, Gale Sinatra, Raymond Reichenberg, Benjamin Heddy:
Misconceptions Regarding Emergent Phenomena Vary By Domain.
Daphna Buchsbaum, Sophie Bridgers, Andrew Whalen, Elizabeth Seiver, Thomas L. Griffiths, Alison Gopnik:
Do I know that you know what you know? Modeling testimony in causal inference.
Heather Burte, Mary Hegarty:
Revisiting the Relationship between Allocentric-Heading Recall and Self-Reported Sense of Direction.
Zhenguang Cai, Louise Connell:
Space-Time Interdependence and Sensory Modalities: Time Affects Space in the Hand But Not in the Eye.
Erik Cambria, Daniel Olsher, Kenneth Kwok:
Sentic Panalogy: Swapping Affective Common Sense Reasoning Strategies and Foci.
Christopher Carroll, Charles Kemp:
Object discovery and inverse physical reasoning.
Paulo F. Carvalho, Robert L. Goldstone:
Category structure modulates interleaving and blocking advantage in inductive category acquisition.
Ricky Chan, Janny Leung:
Implicit Learning of L2 word stress rules.
Ya-Ning Chang, Steve B. Furber, Stephen R. Welbourne:
Generating Realistic Semantic Codes for Use in Neural Network Models.
Jenn-Yeu Chen, Train-Min Chen:
Word Form Encoding in Mandarin Chinese Typewritten Word Production.
Pierina Cheung, Peggy Li, David Barner:
What Counts in Mandarin Chinese: A Study of Individuation and Quantification.
Eric Chiu, Michael J. Spivey:
The Role of Preview and Incremental Delivery on Visual Search.
Sheldon J. Chow:
Determining Relevance: Close Enough is Good Enough.
Moreno I. Coco, Maria Garraffa, Holly Branigan:
Subject Relative Production in SLI Children during Syntactic Priming and Sentence Repetition.
Neil Cohn, Phillip J. Holcomb, Ray Jackendoff, Gina R. Kuperberg:
Segmenting Visual Narratives: Evidence for Constituent Structure in Comics.
Neil Cohn, Amaro Taylor-Weiner, Suzanne Grossman:
Framing attention in American and Japanese comics.
Eliana Colunga, Clare E. Sims:
Early-Talker and Late-Talker Toddlers and Networks Show Different Word Learning Biases.
Louise Connell, Zhenguang Cai, Judith Holler:
Do you see what I'm singing? Visuospatial movement biases pitch perception.
Louise Connell, Dermot Lynott:
Flexible Shortcuts: Linguistic Distributional Information Affects both Shallow and Deep Conceptual Processing.
Gregory E. Cox, Richard M. Shiffrin:
Exploring Decision Rules and Sampling Dynamics in Recognition Memory.
Celso de Melo, Jonathan Gratch, Peter J. Carnevale, Stephen Read:
Reverse appraisal: The importance of appraisals for the effect of emotion displays on people's decision making in a social dilemma.
Ben Deen, Rebecca Saxe:
Neural correlates of social perception: The posterior superior temporal sulcus is modulated by action rationality, but not animacy.
Sophia Deng, Vladimir M. Sloutsky:
The Role of Linguistic Labels in Infants' Categorization: An Eye Tracking Study.
Ben Deverett, Charles Kemp:
Learning Deterministic Causal Networks from Observational Data.
Andrew Dewald, Scott Sinnett:
Enhanced Performance for Recognition of Irrelevant Target-Aligned Auditory Stimuli: Unimodal and Cross-modal Considerations.
Mark Dingemanse, Asifa Majid:
The semantic structure of sensory vocabulary in an African language.
Sarah Dolscheid, Sabine Hunnius, Daniel Casasanto, Asifa Majid:
The Sound of Thickness: Prelinguistic Infants' Associations of Space and Pitch.
Nicholas Dufour, Elizabeth Redcay, Liane L. Young, Penelope L. Mavros, Joseph M. Moran, Christina Triantafyllou, John D. E. Gabrieli, Rebecca Saxe:
What explains variability in brain regions associate with Theory of Mind in a large sample of neurotypical adults and adults with ASD?
Brian J. Edwards, Lance J. Rips:
Explanations of Counterfactual Inferences.
James M. Foster, Fabian Canas, Matt Jones:
Learning Conceptual Hierarchies by Iterated Relational Consolidation.
"Eyes Closed" and "Eyes Open" Expectations Guide Fixations in Real-World Search.
Charles Fox, Tom Stafford:
Maximum utility unitary coherent perception vs. the Bayesian brain.
Michael C. Frank:
Measuring children's visual access to social information using face detection.
Emily Fyfe, Bethany Rittle-Johnson:
The Effects of Feedback During Exploration Depend on Prior Knowledge.
Annie Gagliardi, Erin Bennett, Jeffrey Lidz, Naomi H. Feldman:
Children's Inferences in Generalizing Novel Nouns and Adjectives.
Annie Gagliardi, Naomi H. Feldman, Jeffrey Lidz:
When Suboptimal Behavior is Optimal and Why: Modeling the Acquisition of Noun Classes in Tsez.
Bruno Galmar, Jenn-Yeu Chen:
Verbal Satiation of Chinese Bisyllabic Words: A Semantic Locus and its Time Course.
Yue Gao, Eyal Nitzany, Shimon Edelman:
Online learning of causal structure in a dynamic game situation.
Tobias Gerstenberg, Noah D. Goodman, David A. Lagnado, Joshua B. Tenenbaum:
Noisy Newtons: Unifying process and dependency accounts of causal attribution.
Yannick Glady, Jean-Pierre Thibaut, Bob French, Agnes Blaye:
Explaining children's failure in analogy making tasks: A problem of focus of attention?
Noah D. Goodman, Andreas Stuhlmüller:
Knowledge and implicature: Modeling language understanding as social cognition.
Linn Gralla, Thora Tenbrink, Michael Siebers, Ute Schmid:
Analogical Problem Solving: Insights from Verbal Reports.
Thomas L. Griffiths, Joseph L. Austerweil, Vincent G. Berthiaume:
Comparing the inductive biases of simple neural networks and Bayesian models.
Maurice Grinberg, Evgenia Hristova, Milena Borisova:
Cooperation in Prisoner's Dilemma Game: Influence of Social Relations.
Glenn Gunzelmann, L. Richard Moore:
Evaluating the Relationship Between Neuropsychological Function and Cognitive Performance.
Rubi Hammer, Vladimir M. Sloutsky, Kalanit Grill-Spector:
The Interplay between Feature-Saliency and Feedback Information in Visual Category Learning Tasks.
J. Isaiah Harbison, Erika K. Hussey, Michael R. Dougherty, Eddy J. Davelaar:
Self-Terminated vs. Experimenter-Terminated Memory Search.
Kerstin Sophie Haring, Marco Ragni, Lars Konieczny, Katsumi Watanabe:
The use of ACT-R to develop an attention model for simple driving tasks.
Robert G. M. Hausmann, Annalies Vuong:
Testing the Split Attention Effect on Learning in a Natural Educational Setting Using an Intelligent Tutoring System for Geometry.
The effect of "Maverick": A study of Group Dynamics on Breakthrough in Collaborative Problem solving.
Christian F. Hempelmann, Julia M. Taylor, Victor Raskin:
Tightening up Joke Structure: Not by Length Alone.
Tom Heyman, Walter Schaeken, Katrijn Pipijn:
Logical or Pragmatic, as Long as it Suits our Convenience: Scalar Inferences in a Pro-and Contra-attitudinal Context.
Marieke Hoetjes, Emiel Krahmer, Marc Swerts:
Do repeated references result in sign reduction?
Judith Holler, Spencer Kelly, Peter Hagoort, Asli Özyürek:
When gestures catch the eye: The influence of gaze direction on co-speech gesture comprehension in triadic communication.
Alexandra Horowitz, Michael C. Frank:
Learning from speaker word choice by assuming adjectives are informative.
Christine Howes, Patrick G. T. Healey, Matthew Purver, Arash Eshghi:
Finishing each other's ... Responding to incomplete contributions in dialogue.
Anne S. Hsu, Jay B. Martin, Adam N. Sanborn, Thomas L. Griffiths:
Identifying representations of categories of discrete items using Markov chain Monte Carlo with People.
Sterling Hutchinson, Vivek V. Datla, Max M. Louwerse:
Social Networks are Encoded in Language.
Georg Jahn, Janina Braatz:
Memory Indexing of Sequential Symptom Processing in Diagnostic Reasoning.
Azadeh Jamalian, Barbara Tversky:
Gestures Alter Thinking About Time.
Leen Janssens, Walter Schaeken:
The Role of Task Characteristics in Children's Scalar Implicature Production.
Julian Jara-Ettinger, Chris L. Baker, Joshua B. Tenenbaum:
Learning What is Where from Social Observations.
Ion Juvina, Christian Lebiere, Cleotilde Gonzalez, Muniba Saleem:
Generalization of Learning in Games of Strategic Interaction.
George Kachergis, Chen Yu, Richard M. Shiffrin:
Actively Learning Nouns Across Ambiguous Situations.
Learning Nouns with Domain-General Associative Learning Mechanisms.
Siri-Maria Kamp, Glen R. Forester, Anthony R. Murphy, Ty Brumback, Emanuel Donchin:
Testing a Distinctiveness Explanation of the Primacy Effect in Free Recall Using Event-Related Potentials.
Subu Kandaswamy, Kenneth D. Forbus:
Modeling Learning of Relational Abstractions via Structural Alignment.
Seokmin Kang, Barbara Tversky, John B. Black:
From Hands to Minds: Gestures Promote Action Understanding.
Nana Kanzaki, Kazuhisa Miwa:
An experimental investigation of consistency of explanation and graph representation.
Bilge Karacora, Morteza Dehghani, Nicole Krämer-Mertens, Jonathan Gratch:
The Influence of Virtual Agents' Gender and Rapport on Enhancing Math Performance.
Shigeto Kawahara, Kazuko Shinohara:
A tripartite trans-modal relationship among sounds, shapes and emotions: A case of abrupt modulation.
Sangeet Khemlani, Isabel Orenes, Philip N. Johnson-Laird:
Negating compound sentences.
Sangeet S. Khemlani, J. Greg Trafton:
mReactr: A computational theory of deductive reasoning.
Christo Kirov, Colin Wilson:
The Specificity of Online Variation in Speech Production.
Running it through the body.
Dave F. Kleinschmidt, Alex B. Fine, T. Florian Jaeger:
A belief-updating model of adaptation and cue combination in syntactic comprehension.
Dave F. Kleinschmidt, T. Florian Jaeger:
A continuum of phonetic adaptation: Evaluating an incremental belief-updating model of recalibration and selective adaptation.
Yuki Kobayashi, Yoko Sugioka, Takane Ito:
ERP Responses to Violations in Japanese Verb Conjugation Patterns.
Bryan L. Koenig, David Pautler, Jonathan S. Herberg, Kum Seong Wan, Brian Monroe, Edwin Wirawan:
Event Segmentation of Agent Interactions: Comparing the Whole with Its Parts.
Jorie Koster-Hale, James Dungan, Rebecca Saxe, Liane L. Young:
Thinking in Patterns: using multi-voxel pattern analyses to find neural correlates of moral judgment in neurotypical and ASD populations.
Yakov Kronrod, Emily Coppess, Naomi Feldman:
A Unified Model of Categorical Effects in Consonant and Vowel Perception.
Chinmay Kulkarni, Steven Dow, Scott R. Klemmer:
Early and Repeated Exposure to Examples Improves Creative Work.
Neeraj Kumar, Jaison A. Manjaly, Krishna P. Miyapuram:
Role of Error Monitoring Mechanisms in Attribution of Sense of Self-Agency.
Chigusa Kurumada, Meredith Brown, Michael K. Tanenhaus:
Pragmatic interpretation of contrastive prosody: It looks like speech adaptation.
Andreas Lachner, Johannes Gurlitt, Matthias Nückles:
A Graph-Oriented Approach to Measuring Expertise- Detecting Structural Differences between Experts and Intermediates.
Brenden M. Lake, Ruslan Salakhutdinov, Joshua B. Tenenbaum:
Concept learning as motor program induction: A large-scale empirical study.
Daniel Lassiter, Noah D. Goodman:
How many kinds of reasoning? Inference, probability, and natural language semantics.
Joshua M. Lewis, Laurens van der Maaten, Virginia R. de Sa:
A Behavioral Investigation of Dimensionality Reduction.
Ahnate Lim, Leonidas A. A. Doumas, Scott Sinnett:
Modeling Melodic Perception as Relational Learning Using a Symbolic-Connectionist Architecture (DORA).
Jeri Little, Elizabeth Ligon Bjork:
The persisting benefits of using multiple-choice tests as learning events.
Tianyin Liu, Janet H. Hsiao:
The perception of simplified and traditional Chinese characters in the eye of simplified and traditional Chinese readers.
Max M. Louwerse, Sterling Hutchinson, Zhiqiang Cai:
The Chinese Route Argument: Predicting the Longitude and Latitude of Cities in China and the Middle East Using Statistical Linguistic Frequencies.
Andrew M. Lovett, Kenneth D. Forbus:
Modeling Multiple Strategies for Solving Geometric Analogy Problems.
Christopher G. Lucas, Charles Kemp:
A unified theory of counterfactual reasoning.