2001 CogSci Conference

Poster Session 2 - Friday 3rd August

Poster boards are 6'x 4'in a landscape orientation.There are no specific formatting instructions for posters.

Posters are numbered according to where they will be situated during the poster session. Will presenters please take a note of the number assigned to their poster, as this will make finding the appropriate poster board much easier on the day.

  1. Age of Acquisition in Connectionist Networks
    Karen Anderson, Garrison Cottrell
  2. Representation and Generalisation in Associative Systems
    Mike Le Pelley, Ian McLaren
  3. Exploring Neuronal Plasticity: Language Development in Pediatric Hemispherectomies
    Stella de Bode, Susan Curtiss
  4. Neural Synchrony Through Controlled Tracking
    Dennis Pozega, Paul Thagard
  5. Prototype Abstraction in Category Learning?
    Thomas Palmeri, Marci Flanery
  6. How to Solve the Problem of Compositionality by Oscillatory Networks
    Markus Werning
  7. Ties That Bind: Reconciling Discrepancies Between Categorization and Naming
    Ken Livingston, Janet Andrews, Patrick Dwyer
  8. Category learning without labels-A simplicity approach
    Emmanuel Pothos, Nick Chater
  9. Active Inference in Concept Learning
    Jonathan Nelson
  10. Hemispheric Lateralisation of Length Effect
    Yu-Ju Chou, Richard Shillcock
  11. Mice Trap: A New Explanation for Irregular Plurals in Noun-Noun Compounds
    Carolyn Buck-Gengler, Lise Menn, Alice Healy
  12. Using Distributional Measures to Model Typicality in Categorization
    Louise Connell, Michael Ramscar
  13. Cats could be Dogs, but Dogs could not be Cats: What if they Bark and Mew? Connectionist Account of Early Infant Memory and Categorization
    Robert Reuter
  14. Deference in Categorisation: Evidence for Essentialism?
    Nick Braisby
  15. Similarity: A Transformational Approach
    Ulrike Hahn, Lucy Richardson, Nick Chater
  16. Language Learning by Vector Field Estimation
    Mark Andrews
  17. Towards a Theory of Semantic Space
    Will Lowe
  18. Connectionist modelling of surface dyslexia based on foveal splitting: Impaired pronunciation after only two half pints
    Richard Shillcock, Padraic Monaghan
  19. Effects of Multiple Sources of Information on Induction in Young Children
    Yafen Lo, Vladimir Sloutsky
  20. Solving Arithmetic Operations: a Semantic Approach
    Emmanuel Sander
  21. Did Language Give Us Numbers? Symbolic Thinking and the Emergence of Systematic Numerical Cognition.
    Heike Wiese
  22. A model of embodied communications with gestures between humans and robots
    Tetsuo Ono, Michita Imai, Hiroshi Ishiguro
  23. 'Does pure water boil, when it's heated to 100°C?': The Associative Strength of Disabling Conditions in Conditional Reasoning
    Wim De Neys, Walter Schaeken, Géry d'Ydewalle
  24. Graph-based Reasoning: From Task Analysis to Cognitive Explanation
    David Peebles, Peter Cheng
  25. Drawing out the Temporal Signature of Induced Perceptual Chunks
    Peter Cheng, Jeanette McFadzean, Lucy Copeland
  26. Learning Perceptual Chunks for Problem Decomposition
    Peter Lane, Peter Cheng, Fernand Gobet
  27. Superstitious perceptions
    Frederic Gosselin, Philippe Schyns, Lizann Bonnar, Liza Paul
  28. Perceptual Learning Meets Philosophy: Cognitive Penetrability of Perception and its Philosophical Implications
    Athanassios Raftopoulos
  29. Language is Spatial: Experimental Evidence for Image Schemas of Concrete and Abstract Verbs
    Daniel Richardson, Michael Spivey, Shimon Edelman, Adam Naples
  30. Spatial Experience, Sensory Qualities, and the Visual Field,
    Dougals Meehan
  31. Access to Relational Knowledge: A Comparison of Two Models
    William Wilson, Nadine Marcus, Graeme Halford
  32. Memory Representations of Source Information
    Reza Farivar, Noah Silverberg, Helena Kadlec
  33. Modeling Forms of Surprise in an Artificial Agent
    Luis Macedo, Amilcar Cardoso
  34. How Nouns and Verbs Differentially Affect the Behavior of Artificial Organisms
    Angelo Cangelosi, Domenico Parisi
  35. The Utility of Reversed Transfers in Metaphor
    John Barnden
  36. The Fate of Irrelevant Information in Analogical Mapping
    Christopher Stilwell, Arthur Markman
  37. The Consistency of Children's Responses to Logical Statements: Coordinating Components of Formal Reasoning
    Bradley Morris, David Klahr
  38. Selection Procedures for Module Discovery: Exploring Evolutionary Algorithms for Cognitive Science
    Janet Wiles, Ruth Schulz, Scott Bolland, Bradley Tonkes, Jennifer Hallinan
  39. Taxonomic Relations and Cognitive Economy in Conceptual Organization
    Anna Borghi, Nicoletta Caramelli
  40. "Two" Many Optimalities
    Oscar Vilarroya
  41. Meaning, Communication and Theory of Mind.
    Richard Breheny
  42. The Modality Effect in Multimedia Instructions
    Huib Tabbers, Rob Martens, Jeroen van Merrienboer
  43. Supporting Understanding through Task and Browser Design
    Jennifer Wiley
  44. Decomposing Interactive Behavior
    Michael Schoelles, Wayne Gray
  45. Cue Readiness in Insight Problem Solving
    Hiroaki Suzuki, Keiga Abe, Kazuo Hiraki, Michiko Miyazaki
  46. When Knowledge is Unconscious because of Conscious Knowledge and Vice Versa
    Zoltan Dienes, Josef Perner
  47. Representational Form and Communicative Use
    Patrick Healey, Nik Swoboda, Ichiro Umata, Yasuhiro Katagiri
  48. A Model Theory of Deontic Reasoning about Social Norms
    Sieghard Beller
  49. Base-Rate Error in Pigeons
    Thomas Zentall, Tricia Clement
  50. Effect of Exemplar Typicality on Naming Deficits in Aphasia
    Swati Kiran, Cynthia Thompson, Douglas Medin
  51. What Can Homophone Effects Tell Us About the Nature of Orthographic Representation in Visual Word Recognition?
    Jodi Edwards, Penny Pexman
  52. The Appearance of Unity: A Higher Order Interpretation of the Unity of Conciousness
    Josh Weisberg
  53. Belief Versus Knowledge: A Necessary Distinction for Explaining and Assessing Conceptual Change
    Thomas Griffin, Stellan Ohlsson
  54. Clinging to Beliefs: A Constraint-satisfaction Model
    Thomas Shultz, Jacques Katz, Mark Lepper
  55. An Analogue of The Phillips Effect
    Mark Suret, Ian McLaren
  56. Learning Gramatical Constructions
    Nancy C. Chang and Tiago V. Maia
  57. The Influence of Recall Feedback in Information Retrieval on User Satisfaction and User Behavior
    Eduard Hoenkamp and Henriette van Vugt
  58. Coordinating Representations in Computer-Mediated Joint Activities
    Richard Alterman, Alex Feinman, Josh Introne, and Seth Landsman
  59. Member Abstract Posters

  60. Training Task-Switching Skill in Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    Holly White, Priti Shah
  61. Practical Cognition in the Assessment of Goals
    Luis Angel Pérez-Miranda
  62. Children's Algorithmic Sense-making through Verbalization
    Hajime Shirouzu
  63. Odd-Even Effect in Multiplication Revisited: The Role of Equation Presentation Format
    Michael Yip
  64. SARAH: Modeling the Results of Spiegel and McLaren (2001)
    Rainer Spiegel, Ian McLaren
  65. Learning and Memory: A Cognitive Approach About The Role of Memory in Text Comprehension
    Adriana Soares, Carla Correa
  66. Inhibition Mechanism of Phonological Short-term Memory in Foreign Language Processing
    Takashi Yagyu
  67. Music Evolution: The Memory Modulation Theory
    Steven Flinn
  68. Prosodic Guidance: Evidence for the Early Use of A Capricious Parsing Constraint
    Jesse Snedeker, John Trueswell
  69. Timing and Rhythm in Multimodal Communication for Conversational Agents
    Ipke Wachsmuth
  70. Language affects memory, but does it affect perception?
    Michael Frank, Lera Boroditsky
  71. Tool use in 12-18 month old Children and Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus appela) During a Reaching Task
    Mary Jo Ratterman, Roger Thompson
  72. Structural Alignment in Similarity and Difference of Simple Visual Stimuli
    Zachary Estes, Uri Hasson
  73. The Relationship between Learned Categories and Structural Alignment
    Daisuke Tanaka
  74. The AMBR Model Comparison Project: Multi-tasking, the Icarus Federation, and Concept Learning
    Kevin Gluck, Michael Young
  75. Organizing Features into Attribute Values
    Dorrit Billman, Carl Blunt, Jeff Lindsay
  76. Does Adult Category Verification Reflect Child-like Concepts?
    Robert Goldberg
  77. What was the Cause? Children's Ability to Catgeorize Inferences
    Michelle Ellefson
  78. Pragmatic Knowledge and Bridging Inferences
    Raymond W. Gibbs, Tomoko Matsui
  79. Imagining the Impossible
    James Hampton, Alan Green, Zachary Estes
  80. Exceptional and temporal effects in counterfactual thinking
    Susana Segura, Rachel McCloy
  81. Understanding Negation - The Case of Negated Metaphors
    Uri Hasson, Sam Glucksberg
  82. Representing Word Meanings Based on Random Labels
    Magnus Sahlgren
  83. On the categorical nature of coarticulation and other interpolative gestures
    Daniel Silverman
  84. Binding Luminance and Chrominance to Categorize and Perceive Scenes
    Liza Paul
  85. Modeling the Effect of Category Use on Learning and Representation
    Kenneth Kurtz, John Cochener, Douglas Medin
  86. Typicality Effects in Early Word Learning: Nouns, Verbs and Prepositions.
    Kerstin Meints, Kim Plunkett, Paul L. Harris
  87. A recurrent connectionist model of illusory correlation
    Frank Van Overwalle

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