Glenn Gunzelmann, Andrew Howes, Thora Tenbrink, Eddy J. Davelaar:
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, CogSci 2017, London, UK, 16-29 July 2017. cognitivesciencesociety.org 2017, ISBN 978-0-9911967-6-0
Matthew Botvinick, Peter W. Battaglia:
Tutorial: Recent Advances in Deep Learning.
Fermín Moscoso del Prado Martín:
Methods for Reconstructing Causal Networks from Observed Time-Series: Granger-Causality, Transfer Entropy, and Convergent Cross-Mapping.
John P. Spencer, Vanessa R. Simmering, Sebastian Schneegans:
Dynamic Field Theory: Conceptual Foundations and Applications in Cognitive and Developmental Science.
Saul Albert, Claude Heath, Patrick G. T. Healey:
The Fine Art of Conversation.
Ulrich Furbach, Steffen Hölldobler, Marco Ragni, Claudia Schon:
Workshop: Bridging the Gap: Is Logic and Automated Reasoning a Foundation for Human Reasoning?
Jana Jarecki, Jacob Friis Sherson, Juho Hamari, Julia Ayumi Bopp, Julian Jarecki, Libby Heaney, Sharon T. Steinemann, Pinja Haikka, Carsten Bergenholtz:
Citizen Science, Gamification, and Virtual Reality for Cognitive Research.
Max Kleiman-Weiner, Yibiao Zhao, Josh Tenenbaum:
Cooperative Social Intelligence: Understanding and Acting with Other.
Katherine Livins, Jay Martin:
Building Bridges from (Ivory) Towers: Combining Academia and Industry for Cognitive Research.
Ann Taves, Dimitris Xygalatas, John Shaver:
The Computational Foundations of Religious Cognition: A Workshop Hosted by the International Association for the Cognitive Science of Religion (IACSR).
Ilker Yildirim, Josh Tenenbaum:
Workshop proposal: Deep Learning in Computational Cognitive Science.
Andrea Bender, Sieghard Beller, Rita Astuti, Olivier Le Guen, Karenleigh A. Overmann, Péter Rácz, Fiona Jordan, Mads Solberg:
Anthropological Contributions to Cognitive Science.
Neil Cohn, Tom Foulsham, Tim Smith, Jeff Zacks:
Static and dynamic visual narratives, by brain and by eye.
Wayne D. Gray, Ray S. Perez, Martin V. Butz, Stuart Reeves, Matthew Sangster, Tom Stafford, Fernand Gobet:
Game-XP: Action Games as Cognitive Science Paradigms.
Mary Hegarty, David H. Uttal, Mike Stieff, Tom Lowrie, Stella Vosniadou:
Educating Spatial Thinking for STEM Success.
Pat Langley, Richard Cooper:
Symposium on Problem Solving and Goal-Directed Sequential Activity.
Timothy T. Rogers, Charles Kalish:
LUCID science: Advancing learning through human-machine cooperation.
Lauren Swiney, Deborah Kelemen, Andrew Shtulman, John Coley, Nicole Betz, Stefaan Blancke:
Intuitive Biology and Global Challenges: Applying Theoretical Insights for Public Good.
Katharine Tillman, Florie Monier, Meng Zhang, Jonathan Redshaw, Teresa McCormack:
Time in the mind of a child: Perspectives on the development of temporal cognition.
John C. Trueswell, Linda B. Smith, Josh Tenenbaum, Charles Yang:
Big Data and Little Learners.
Drew H. Abney, Rick Dale, Christopher T. Kello, Max M. Louwerse:
Burstiness across multimodal human interaction reveals differences between verbal and non-verbal communication.
Ekaterina Abramova, Marc Slors, Iris van Rooij:
Enactive Mechanistic Explanation of Social Cognition.
Aditya Acharya, Xiuli Chen, Christopher W. Myers, Richard L. Lewis, Andrew Howes:
Human Visual Search as a Deep Reinforcement Learning Solution to a POMDP.
Katherine A. Adams, George Kachergis:
Executive function and attention predict low-income preschoolers' active category learning.
Hala Alireza, Anna Fedor, Michael S. C. Thomas:
Simulating behavioural interventions for developmental deficits: When improving strengths produces better outcomes than remediating weaknesses.
A Bayesian Model of Memory for Text.
Lauren Aulet, Sami Yousif, Stella F. Lourenco:
Numbers Uniquely Bias Spatial Attention: A Novel Paradigm for Understanding Spatial-Numerical Associations.
Zeynep Azar, Ad Backus, Asli Özyürek:
Highly Proficient Bilinguals Maintain the Language-Specific Pragmatic Constraints on Pronouns: Evidence from Speech and Gesture.
Bence Bagó, Wim De Neys:
Rise and fall of conflicting intuitions during reasoning.
Albert Barque Duran, Emmanuel M. Pothos:
The Refugees' Dilemma: not all deontological moral choices are of the same kind.
Ilona Bass, Elizabeth Bonawitz, Patrick Shafto, Dhaya Ramarajan, Alison Gopnik, Henry Wellman:
I know what you need to know: Children's developing theory of mind and pedagogical evidence selection.
Ilona Bass, Elizabeth Bonawitz, Hyowon Gweon:
Didn't know, or didn't show? Preschoolers consider epistemic state and degree of omission when evaluating teachers.
Ruairidh M. Battleday, Joshua C. Peterson, Tom Griffiths:
Modeling human categorization of natural images using deep feature representations.
Barend Beekhuizen, Julia Watson, Suzanne Stevenson:
Semantic Typology and Parallel Corpora: Something about Indefinite Pronouns.
Sieghard Beller, Andrea Bender:
How Relative is the Relative Frame of Reference? Front and back in Norwegian, Farsi, German, and Japanese.
Alexis Black, Christina Bergmann:
Quantifying infants' statistical word segmentation: a meta-analysis.
Sam Blakeman, Denis Mareschal:
Narrowing of the Cone-of-Direct Gaze Through Reinforcement Learning.
Nicholas Blauch, Elissa Aminoff, Michael J. Tarr:
Functionally localized representations contain distributed information: insight from simulations of deep convolutional neural networks.
Peter Blouw, Chris Eliasmith:
Inferential Role Semantics for Natural Language.
Jean-François Bonnefon, Astrid Hopfensitz, Wim De Neys:
Split-Second Detection of Cooperativeness from Faces in the Trust Game.
David Bosch, David Kalkstein, Tali Kleiman:
Diversity in a Contrast Set Increases Generalization from a Single-Item Target.
Neil Bramley, Ralf Mayrhofer, Tobias Gerstenberg, David A. Lagnado:
Causal learning from interventions and dynamics in continuous time.
Guillaume Braquet, Jennifer Culbertson:
Harmony in a non-harmonic language: word order learning in French children.
Sophie Bridgers, Sara Altman, Hyowon Gweon:
How can I help? 24-48-month-olds provide help specific to the cause of others' failed actions.
Birgit Brucker, Björn B. de Koning, Ann-Christine Ehlis, David Rosenbaum, Peter Gerjets:
Watching Non-Corresponding Gestures Helps Learners with High Visuospatial Ability to Learn about Movements with Dynamic Visualizations: An fNIRS Study.
Birgit Brucker, Lara Scatturin, Peter Gerjets:
Learning on Multi-Touch Devices: The influence of the distance between information in pop-ups and the hands of the users.
Sven Buechel, Udo Hahn:
A Flexible Mapping Scheme for Discrete and Dimensional Emotion Representations.
Wednesday Bushong, T. Florian Jaeger:
Maintenance of Perceptual Information in Speech Perception.
Zhenguang Cai, Ruiming Wang, Huihui Liu, Maarten Speekenbrink:
Task-oriented Bayesian inference in interval timing: People use their prior reproduction experience to calibrate time reproduction.
Paulo F. Carvalho, Rob Goldstone:
The most efficient sequence of study depends on the type of test.
Paulo F. Carvalho, Elizabeth A. McLaughlin, Ken Koedinger:
Is there an explicit learning bias? Students beliefs, behaviors and learning outcomes.
Andrea Caso, Richard P. Cooper:
A Model of Cognitive Control in the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test: Integrating Schema Theory and Basal Ganglia Function.
Giovanni Cassani, Robert Grimm, Steven Gillis, Walter Daelemans:
Distributional learning and lexical category acquisition: What makes words easy to categorize?
Samuel Cheyette, Steve Piantadosi:
Knowledge transfer in a probabilistic Language Of Thought.
Karen Clothier, Satoshi Nambu, Hajime Ono, Akira Omaki:
Cross-situational learning of novel anaphors.
Samantha Cohen, Peter M. Todd:
Expected Utility in Romantic Relationships: Satisfaction as a Cue for Romantic Partnership Dissolution.
Kensy Cooperrider, Dedre Gentner, Susan Goldin-Meadow:
Analogical gestures foster understanding of causal systems.
Cathryn S. Cortesa, Jonathan D. Jones, Gregory D. Hager, Sanjeev Khudanpur, Amy L. Shelton, Barbara Landau:
Characterizing spatial construction processes: Toward computational tools to understand cognition.
Fintan Costello, Paul Watts:
Mathematical invariants in people's probabilistic reasoning.
Ilja Croijmans, Laura J. Speed, Artin Arshamian, Asifa Majid:
Experts are better than novices when imagining wines, but not odors in general.
Nicole Cruz, David Over, Mike Oaksford:
The elusive odness of or-introduction.
Junyi Dai, Timothy J. Pleskac, Thorsten Pachur:
A Dynamic Tradeoff Model of Intertemporal Choice.
What is Learning? A Definition for Cognitive Science.
Samuel B. Day, Jennifer Asmuth:
Re-representation in comparison and similarity.
Nathaniel Delaney-Busch, Emily Morgan, Ellen F. Lau, Gina R. Kuperberg:
Comprehenders Rationally Adapt Semantic Predictions to the Statistics of the Local Environment: a Bayesian Model of Trial-by-Trial N400 Amplitudes.
Tammy Dennis, Daniel Little:
The Role of Imagination in Exemplar Generation: The Effects of Conflict and Explanation.
Simon Dennis, Hyungwook Yim, Vishnu Sreekumar, Nathan Evans, Paul Garrett, Per Sederberg:
A hierarchical Bayesian model of "memory for when" based on experience sampling data.
Yunyan Duan, Klinton Bicknell:
Refixations gather new visual information rationally.
Rachit Dubey, Tom Griffiths:
A rational analysis of curiosity.
Melody Dye, Michael N. Jones, Daniel Yarlett, Michael Ramscar:
Refining the distributional hypothesis: A role for time and context in semantic representation.
Melody Dye, Petar Milin, Richard Futrell, Michael Ramscar:
Cute Little Puppies and Nice Cold Beers: An Information Theoretic Analysis of Prenominal Adjectives.
Melody Dye, Michael N. Jones, Richard M. Shiffrin:
Vanishing the mirror effect: The influence of prior history & list composition on recognition memory.
Pierce Edmiston, Marcus Perlman, Gary Lupyan:
Creating words from iterated imitation.
Jeffrey L. Elman, Ken McRae:
A Model of Event Knowledge.
Stephanie Evers, Erika Bellingham, Katharine Donelson, Jing Du, José Antonio Jódar Sánchez, Fuyin Li, Jürgen Bohnemeyer:
The role of intentionality in causal attribution is culturally mediated: evidence from Chinese, Mayan, and Spanish populations.
Regina E. Fabry:
Explaining Enculturated Cognition.
Christopher R. Fisher, Christopher W. Myers, Reem Hassan, Christopher Stevens, Charles Hack, Jeffery Gearhart, Glenn Gunzelmann:
A Cognitive-Pharmacokinetic Computational Model of the Effect of Toluene on Performance.
Stephen J. Flusberg, Teenie Matlock, Paul H. Thibodeau:
Thinking about the future: The role of spatial metaphors for time.
Samuel Forbes, Kim Plunkett:
Early Colour Word Learning in British Infants.
Abdellah Fourtassi, Michael C. Frank:
Word Identification Under Multimodal Uncertainty.
Ruthe Foushee, Mahesh Srinivasan:
Could both be right? Children's and adults' sensitivity to subjectivity in language.
Word Embedding Distance Does not Predict Word Reading Time.
Darren Frey, Wim De Neys:
Is Conflict Detection in Reasoning Domain General?
Dinis Gökaydin, Anastasia Ejova:
Sequential Effects in Prediction.
Monica A. Gates, Jordan W. Suchow, Thomas L. Griffiths:
Empirical tests of large-scale collaborative recall.
Tobias Gerstenberg, Liang Zhou, Kevin A. Smith, Joshua B. Tenenbaum:
Faulty Towers: A hypothetical simulation model of physical support.
Karrie E. Godwin, Cassondra M. Eng, Anna V. Fisher:
Gaze Shifts between Text and Illustrations are Negatively Related to Reading Fluency in Beginning Readers.
Russell Golman, Sudeep Bhatia:
A Cognitive Model of Strategic Deliberation and Decision Making.
Erin Grant, Aida Nematzadeh, Thomas L. Griffiths:
How Can Memory-Augmented Neural Networks Pass a False-Belief Task?
Robert Grimm, Giovanni Cassani, Steven Gillis, Walter Daelemans:
Evidence for a facilitatory effect of multi-word units on child word learning.
Hippolyte Gros, Jean-Pierre Thibaut, Emmanuel Sander:
The nature of quantities influences the representation of arithmetic problems: evidence from drawings and solving procedures in children and adults.
Yan Gu, Yeqiu Zheng, Marc Swerts:
Does Mandarin Spatial Metaphor for Time Influence Chinese Deaf Signers' Spatio-Temporal Reasoning?
Harmen Gudde, Kenny R. Coventry:
Language and Spatial Memory in Japanese and English.
Christian Gumbsch, Sebastian Otte, Martin V. Butz:
A Computational Model for the Dynamical Learning of Event Taxonomies.
Hyowon Gweon, Mika Asaba, Grace Bennett-Pierre:
Reverse-engineering the process: Adults' and preschoolers' ability to infer the difficulty of novel tasks.
David Halpern, Todd M. Gureckis:
Categorization, Information Selection and Stimulus Uncertainty.
James A. Hampton:
Perceptual contrast and response assimilation in sequential categorization without feedback.
Valerie Gray Hardcastle:
Radical Embodied Cognition, Affordances, and the (Hard) Problem of Consciousness.
Robert X. D. Hawkins, Mike Frank, Noah D. Goodman:
Convention-formation in iterated reference games.
Brett K. Hayes, Stephanie Banner, Daniel J. Navarro:
Sampling frames, Bayesian inference and inductive reasoning.
Katrin Heimann, Riccardo Fusaroli, Sergio Gonzalez de La Higuera Rojo, Niels Nørkjær Johannsen, Felix Riede, Nicolas Fay, Marlize Lombard, Kristian Tylén:
The adaptive evolution of early human symbolic behavior.
Emily Hembacher, Benjamin demayo, Michael C. Frank:
Children's social referencing reflects sensitivity to graded uncertainty.
Erik Herbst, Christopher G. Lucas, Daphna Buchsbaum:
Investigating the Explore/Exploit Trade-off in Adult Causal Inferences.
Michele Herbstritt, Michael Franke:
Modeling transfer of high-order uncertain information.
A Priming Model of Category-based Feature Inference.
Shohei Hidaka, Takuma Torii, George Kachergis:
Quantifying the impact of active choice in word learning.
Thomas Hinterecker, Caroline Leroy, Maximilian E. Kirschhock, Mintao Zhao, Martin V. Butz, Heinrich H. Bülthoff, Tobias Meilinger:
Reference Systems in Spatial Memory for Vertical Locations.
Mark K. Ho, Michael L. Littman, Joseph L. Austerweil:
Teaching by Intervention: Working Backwards, Undoing Mistakes, or Correcting Mistakes?
Violette Hoareau, Sophie Portrat, Klaus Oberauer, Benoît Lemaire, Gaën Plancher, Stephan Lewandowsky:
Computational and behavioral investigations of the SOB-CS removal mechanism in working memory.
Alex Hodgkiss, Katie Gilligan, Michael Thomas, Andrew Tolmie, Emily Farran:
Spatial Cognition and Science: The Role of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Spatial Skills from Seven to Eleven Years.
Lilla Hodossy, Jorina von Zimmermann, Daniel C. Richardson:
Moving together: in the body or the mind?
Matthias Hofer, Roger Levy:
Modeling Sources of Uncertainty in Spoken Word Learning.
Kevin Holmes, Erin Luby, Sarah Husney:
Knowledge of Cross-Linguistic Semantic Diversity Reduces Essentialist Beliefs about Categories.
Hidehito Honda, Toshihiko Matsuka, Kazuhiro Ueda:
Decisions based on verbal probabilities: Decision bias or decision by belief sampling?
Yaling Hsiao, Kate Nation:
Semantic diversity, frequency and learning to read: A mini-mega study with children.
Erin S. Isbilen, Stewart M. McCauley, Evan Kidd, Morten H. Christiansen:
Testing Statistical Learning Implicitly: A Novel Chunk-based Measure of Statistical Learning.
Julian Jara-Ettinger, Hyowon Gweon:
Minimal covariation data support future one-shot inferences about unobservable properties of novel agents.
Masoud Jasbi, Michael C. Frank:
The Semantics and Pragmatics of Logical Connectives: Adults' and Children's Interpretations of And and Or in a Guessing Game.
Sarah Jenkins, Adam Harris, Murray Lark:
Maintaining Credibility When Communicating Uncertainty: The Role of Communication Format.
Gavin W. Jenkins, Jordan I. Barnes, Paul F. Tupper, Mark R. Blair:
A modeling link between cognitive and biological homeostasis.
Yue Ji, Anna Papafragou:
Viewers' Sensitivity to Abstract Event Structure.
Kristen Johannes, Jodi L. Davenport, Yvonne Kao, Caroline Byrd Hornburg, Nicole McNeil:
Promoting Children's Relational Understanding of Equivalence.
Samuel G. B. Johnson, J. J. Valenti, Frank C. Keil:
Opponent Uses of Simplicity and Complexity in Causal Explanation.
Samuel G. B. Johnson, Angie Johnston, Marissa Koven, Frank Keil:
Principles Used to Evaluate Mathematical Explanations.
Samuel G. B. Johnson, Frank C. Keil:
Statistical and Mechanistic Information in Evaluating Causal Claims.
Touch Screen Text Entry as Cognitively Bounded Rationality.
Matthew Kaesler, John Dunn, Carolyn Semmler:
Using Measurement Models to Understand Eyewitness Identification.
Ivana Kajic, Jan Gosmann, Brent Komer, Ryan W. Orr, Terrence C. Stewart, Chris Eliasmith:
A Biologically Constrained Model of Semantic Memory Search.
Gary Kane, Aaron M. Bornstein, Robert Wilson, Amitai Shenhav, Nathaniel D. Daw, Jonathan D. Cohen:
Mechanisms of overharvesting in patch foraging.
Jasmeen Kanwal, Kenny Smith, Jennifer Culbertson, Simon Kirby:
Language-users choose short words in predictive contexts in an artificial language task.
Preparatory Effects of Problem Posing on Learning from Instruction.
Franziska Keilmann, Stephan de la Rosa, Stephan Schwan, Ulrike Cress, Betty J. Mohler, Heinrich H. Bülthoff, Tobias Meilinger:
Comparing Individual and Collaborative Problem Solving in Environmental Search.
Vera Kempe, Kamil Cichon,