Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

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Johanna D. Moore, Keith Stenning
Psychology Press, 2001 - Psychology - 1202 pages
This volume features the complete text of the material presented at the Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. As in previous years, the symposium included an interesting mixture of papers on many topics from researchers with diverse backgrounds and different goals, presenting a multifaceted view of cognitive science. This volume includes all papers, posters, and summaries of symposia presented at the leading conference that brings cognitive scientists together. The 2001 Cognitive Science meeting dealt with issues of representing and modeling cognitive processes, as they appeal to scholars in all subdisciplines that comprise cognitive science: psychology, computer science, neuroscience, linguistics, and philosophy.
 

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Contents

Computational Models of Historical Scientific Discoveries
3
The Role of Language on Thought in Spatiotemporal Metaphors
9
Coordinating Representations in ComputerMediated Joint Activities
15
Combining a Language Model and a Unified Cognitive Theory
21
Age of Acquisition in Connectionist Networks
27
The Processing Recognition of Symbol Sequences
33
The Case of Paper Scissors Rock
39
Toward a Model of Learning Data Representations
45
The Influence of Context on Judgements of Semantic Similarity
611
Autonomous Nonconceptual Content and Immunity to Error through
628
Emergence of effects of collaboration in a simple discovery task
645
Workingmemory modularity in analogical reasoning
663
Modality preference and its change in the course of development
681
Addition as Interactive Problem Solving
698
A Cognitive Account of Some Historical Linguistic Data
716
A model of embodied communications with gestures between humans and robots
732

Referential Form Word Duration and Modeling the Listener in Spoken Dialogue
51
Cue Preference in a Multidimensional Categorization Task
69
Spreading of activation backward
86
The Roles of Body and Mind in Abstract Thought
104
Meaning Communication and Theory of Mind
128
Simulating the Evolution of Modular Neural Systems
146
Modelling Policies for Collaboration
158
Evaluating the Effects of Natural Language Generation Techniques on Reader Satisfaction
164
How Nouns and Verbs Differentially Affect the Behavior of Artificial Organisms
170
Learning Grammatical Constructions
176
A Model of Infant Causal Perception and its Development
182
The Effect of Practice on Strategy Change
188
A Potential Limitation of EmbeddedTeaching for Formal Learning
194
Drawing out the Temporal Signature of Induced Perceptual Chunks
200
Applications to Music Cognition
206
Causal Information as a Constraint on Similarity
212
Integrating Distributional Prosodic and Phonological Information in a Connectionist Model of Language Aquisition
220
Using Distributional Measures to Model Typicality in Categorization
226
the role of cognitive readiness
232
Identifying diseases and new disease
238
Language Development in Pediatric Hemispherectomies
244
The Associative Strength of Disabling Conditions in Conditional
249
When Knowledge is Unconscious Because of Conscious Knowledge and Vice Versa
255
What Can Homophone Effects Tell Us About the Nature of Orthographic Representation in Visual Word
261
Memory Representations of Source Information
267
Testing Hypotheses About Mechanical Devices
273
An Influence of Spatial Language on Recognition Memory for Spatial Scenes
279
a Suggestion to Damasios Theory Inspired by Deweys Ethics
285
Investigating Dissociations Between Perceptual Categorization and Explicit Memory
291
Development of Physics Text Corpora for Latent Semantic Analysis
297
Simulations and Data
307
Adaptive Selection of Problem Solving Strategies
313
SelfOrganising Networks for Classification Learning from Normal and Aphasic Speech
319
Rational imitation of goaldirected actions in 14montholds
325
Structural vs Pragmatic Factors
483
The Case of the NineDot Problem
489
Effect of Exemplar Typicality on Naming Deficits in Aphasia
500
Visual Statistical Learning in Infants
506
Examining an Instance of Reference Repair
516
Sources of Category Coherence
522
Learning Perceptual Chunks for Problem Decomposition
528
The Mechanics of Associative Change
534
Representation and Generalisation in Associative Systems
540
Costs of Switching Perspectives in Route and Survey Descriptions
546
Learning the Unlearnable
552
Reconciling Discrepancies Between Categorization and Naming
558
Effects of multiple sources of information on induction in young children
564
Activating verb semantics from the regular and irregular past tense
570
Towards a Theory of Semantic Space
576
Modeling the interplay of emotions and plans in multiagent simulations
594
Prototype Abstraction in Category Learning?
750
The role of velocity in affect discrimination
756
From Task Analysis to Cognitive Explanation
762
Number of Features Effects in Lexical Decision
768
Category learning without labelsA simplicity approach
774
Neural Synchrony Through Controlled Tracking
780
An Emerging Metaphor in HCI
786
An Alternative Mental Models Theory
792
Using a Triad Judgment Task to Examine the Effect of Experience on Problem Representation in Statistics
798
The influence of semantics on pasttense inflection
809
The Emergence of Words
815
A KnowledgeResonance KRES Model of Category Learning
821
Evidence from Polish
827
What if they Bark and Mew? A Connectionist Account of Early
833
Embodiment in Cognition
839
Experimental Evidence for Image Schemas of Concrete and Abstract Verbs
845
People Are Not Irremediably Poor Deductive Reasoners
851
The case of fraction division
857
Modelling Effects of Semantic Ambiguity
863
A Comparative Evaluation of Socratic Versus Didactic Tutoring
869
A Study on Children Adolescents and Adults
875
A Selective Attention Based Method for Visual Pattern Recognition
881
a semantic approach
887
Decomposing interactive behavior
898
The Influence of Causal Interpretation on Memory for System States
904
Metarepresentation in Philosophy and Psychology
910
Impaired pronunciation after only two half
916
Assessing Generalization in Connectionist and Rulebased Models Under the Learning Constraint
922
A Constraintsatisfaction Model
928
Semantic Effect on Episodic Associations
934
Where Philosophy Goes When It Dies
940
Effects of linguistic and perceptual information on categorization in young children
946
An Integrated Model
952
Preserved Implicit Learning on both the Serial Reaction Time Task and Artificial Grammar in Patients with
958
The role of visual context and verb bias in ambiguity resolution
964
Synfire chains and catastrophic interference
970
Can Associations Explain Everything?
976
Effect of Choice Set on Valuation of Risky Prospects
982
The Fate of Irrelevant Information in Analogical Mapping
988
Visual Expertise is a General Skill
994
The Role of Feedback in Categorisation
1000
An Analogue of The Phillips Effect
1006
CueReadiness in Insight ProblemSolving
1012
How to Solve the Problem of Compositionality by Oscillatory Networks
1094
Rules for Syntax Vectors for Semantics
1112
How learning can guide evolution in hierarchical modular tasks
1130
What does he mean?
1148
Implications for Memory Mechanisms
1166
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