This volume features the complete text of all regular papers, posters, and summaries of symposia presented at the 17th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
Contents: SYMPOSIA: (Organizer: C.E. Hmelo, N.H. Narayanan.) R. Bareiss, J. Kolodner, V. Patel, S. Williams, Anchors, Cases, Problems, and Scenarios as Contexts for Learning. (Organizer: J.R. Anderson.) P.A. Carpenter, B.E. John, M.A. Just, D. Kieras, D.E. Meyer, Production System Models of Complex Cognition. (Organizers: C. Burgess, G.W. Cottrell.) D. Clouse, T. Landauer, K. Lund, H. Schuetze, Using High-Dimensional Semantic Spaces Derived from Large Text Corpora. (Organizer: W. Schneider.) T.S. Braver, C.S. Carter, J.D. Cohen, J. Jonides, R. Koeppe, M. Mintun, E.E. Smith, K.R. Thulborn, M. Worden, Brain Imaging and Its Impact on the Development of Cognitive Science. PAPER PRESENTATIONS: Part I:Language: Word Recognition. M.G. Gaskell, W.D. Marslen-Wilson, Modeling the Perception of Spoken Words. M. Spivey-Knowlton, M. Tanenhaus, K. Eberhard, J. Sedivy, Eye-movements Accompanying Language and Action in a Visual Context: Evidence Against Modularity. R.M. French, C. Ohnesorge, Using Non-Cognate Interlexical Homographs to Study Bilingual Memory Organization. D.C. Plaut, Semantic and Associative Priming in a Distributed Attractor Network. Part II:Vision I. T.J. Simon, . Cabrera, Evidence for Subitizing as a Stimulus-Limited Processing Phenomemon. M.I. Isaak, A Capacity Approach to Kinematic Illusions: The Curtate Cycloid Illusion in the Perception of Rolling Motion. K. Yamada, G.W. Cottrell, A Model of Scan Paths Applied to Face Recognition. J.R. Anderson, M. Matessa, S. Douglass, The ACT-R Theory and Visual Attention. Part III:Case-Based Reasoning. R. Oehlmann, Meta-Cognitive Attention: Reasoning About Strategy Selection. B.M. McLaren, K.D. Ashley, Case-Based Comparative Evaluation in TRUTH-TELLER. M.D. Simina, J.L. Kolodner, Opportunistic Reasoning: A Design Perspective. D.B. Leake, Combining Rules and Cases to Learn Case Adaptation. Part IV:Foundations. . Cabrera, T.J. Simon, Time-Accuracy Data Analysis: Separating Stimulus-limited and Post-stimulus Processes. A. Brook, Cognitive Science and Two Images of the Person. C.D. Schunn, T. Okada, K. Crowley, Is Cognitive Science Truly Interdisciplinary? The Case of Interdisciplinary Collaborations. C.D. Schunn, D. Klahr, A 4-Space Model of Scientific Discovery. Part V:Language: Lexical Semantics. K-P Gapp, Angle, Distance, Shape, and Their Relationship to Projective Relations. I. Pratt, D.S. Br‚e, An Approach to the Semantics of Some English Temporal Constructions. A. Merin, Material Object Transfer and Communication of Ideas: Analogy of Naive Theories and Its Linguistic Manifestation. B. Jones, Predicating Nominal Compounds. Part VI:Cognitive Neuroscience & Neuropsychology. V. Gullapalli, J.J. Gelfand, D.L.T. Rohde, A Model of Practice Related Shifts in the Locus of Brain Activity During Verbal Response Selection Tasks. R. Shillcock, P. Cairns, A Connectionist Model of Hemispheric Interaction in Unilateral Visuospatial Neglect. J.B-H. Ho, M. Behrmann, D.C. Plaut, The Interaction of Spatial Reference Frames and Hierarchical Object Representations: A Computational Investigation of Drawing in Hemispatial Neglect. A. Haessly, J. Sirosh, R. Miikkulainen, A Model of Visually Guided Plasticity of the Auditory Spatial Map in the Barn Owl. Part VII:Vision II. A. Oliva, P.G. Schyns, Mandatory Scale Perception Promotes Flexible Scene Categorizations. A.P. Duchon, W.H. Warren, L.P. Kaelbling, Ecological Robotics: Controlling Behavior With Optical Flow. D. Mareschal, K. Plunkett, P. Harris, Developing Object Permanence: A Connectionist Model. Part VIII:Concept Learning I. E. Heit, Belief Revision in Models of Category Learning. . Cabrera, The "Rational" Number e: A Functional Analysis of Categorization. D. Billman, D. D vila, Consistency Is the Hobgoblin of Human Minds: People Care but Concept Learning Models Do Not. J-P Thibaut, The Abstraction of Relevant Features by Children and Adults: The Case of Visual Stimuli. Part IX:Visual, Spatial, and Diagrammatic Reasoning. M. Knauff, R. Rauh, C. Schlieder, Preferred Mental Models in Qualitative Spatial Reasoning: A Cognitive Assessment of Allen's Calculus. N.H. Narayanan, M. Suwa, H. Motoda, Diagram-Based Problem Solving: The Case of an Impossible Problem. D. Kirsh, Complementary Strategies: Why We Use Our Hands When We Think. A.M. Leonardo, H.J. Tabachneck, H.A. Simon, A Computational Model of Diagram Reading and Reasoning. Part X:Language: Acquisition and Change. V.A. Marchman, D.E. Callan, Multiple Determinants of the Productive Use of the Regular Past Tense Suffix. M. Spivey-Knowlton, J.R. Saffran, Inducing a Grammar Without an Explicit Teacher: Incremental Distributed Prediction Feedback. G. Westermann, R. Goebel, Connectionist Rules of Language. W. Tabor, Lexical Change as Nonlinear Interpolation. Part XI:Problem Solving. R. Ploetzner, How Misconceptions Affect Formal Physics Problem Solving: Model-Based Predictions and Empirical Observations. W.A. Sandoval, J.G. Trafton, B.J. Reiser, The Effects of Self-Explanation on Studying Examples and Solving Problems. R. Catrambone, Effects of Background on Subgoal Learning. M.C. Lovett, J.R. Anderson, Making Heads or Tails out of Selecting Problem-Solving Stategies. Part XII:Reasoning: Explanation and Expertise. S. Brem, L.J. Rips, Explanation and Evidence in Informal Reasoning. J. Krems, T.R. Johnson, Integration of Anomalous Data in Multicausal Explanations. J. Wiley, Are Experts Unbiased? Effects of Knowledge and Attitude on Memory for Text. A.W. Kushniruk, V.L. Patel, D.M. Fleiszer, Complex Decision Making in Providing Surgical Intensive Care. Part XIII:Concept Learning II. M. Heydemann, A Connectionist Model for Classification Learning - The IAK Model. A. Cleeremans, Implicit Learning in the Presence of Multiple Cues. S.J. Tetewsky, T.R. Shultz, Y. Takane, Training Regimens and Function Compatibility: Implications for Understanding the Effects of Knowledge on Concept Learning. K.L. Olseth, L.W. Barsalou, The Spontaneous Use of Perceptual Representations During Conceptual Processing. Part XIV:Language: Sentence-level Phenomena I. L. Ardissono, G. Boella, L. Lesmo, Indirect Speech Acts and Politeness: A Computational Approach. I. Zukerman, R. McConachy, Considering Explanation Failure During Content Planning R.J. Stevenson, A.J. Urbanowicz, Structural Focusing, Thematic Role Focusing and the Comprehension of Pronouns. W.B. Baggett, A.C. Graesser, Question Answering in the Context of Illustrated Expository Text. Part XV:Collaborative Problem Solving. T. Okada, H.A. Simon, Collaborative Discovery in a Scientific Domain. C. Chan, Collaborative Processing of Incompatible Information. C.S. Gadd, A Theory of the Multiple Roles of Diagnosis in Collaborative Problem Solving Discourse. Part XVI:Language: Sentence-level Phenomena II. R.F. Hadley, M.B. Hayward, Strong Semantic Systematicity From Unsupervised Connectionist Learning. M. Durrant-Peatfield, W. Marslen-Wilson, Pragmatic Effects in Zero Anaphor Resolution: Implications for Modularity. D.C. Noelle, G.W. Cottrell, A Connectionist Model of Instruction Following. J.C. Sedivy, M.K. Tanenhaus, K. Eberhard, M. Spivey-Knowlton, G.N. Carlson, Using Intonationally-Marked Presuppositional Information in On-Line Language Processing: Evidence From Eye Movement