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ISBN 9780805845815
Published August 1, 2002 by Psychology Press
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This volume features the complete text of the material presented at the Twenty-Fourth 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. The volume includes all papers, posters, and summaries of symposia presented at this leading conference that brings cognitive scientists together. The 2002 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.

Table of Contents

Rumelhart Prize Talk -- Bayesian Modeling of Memory and Perception -- Richard M. Shijfrin (Indiana University) -- Rumelhart Symposium -- Rumelhart Symposium: Honoring Richard Shiffrin -- Susan Dumais (Microsoft Corporation) -- Wilson S. Geisler (University of Texas) -- Jeroen Raaijmakers (University of Amsterdam) -- Mark Steyvers (University of California) -- Plenary -- Cognitive Science as the Engine of Innovation: -- Beyond Human-Computer Interaction -- Stuart Card (Information Sciences and Technologies Laboratory, Xerox PARC) -- Steering the Reverberations of Technology Change on Fields of Practice: -- Laws that Govern Cognitive Work -- David D. Woods (Institute for Ergonomics, The Ohio State University) -- Symposium -- The Cognition of Complex Visualizations -- J. Gregory Trafton (Naval Research Laboratory) -- Priti Shah (University of Michigan) -- Eric G. Freedman (University of Michigan) -- Susan Kirschenbaum (Naval Undersea Warfare Center) -- Peter C-H.Cheng (University of Nottingham) -- Discussant: Mary Hegart (University of California, Santa Barbara) -- Nature’s Turing Test -- Organizer: Thomas R. Zentall (University of Kentucky) -- Participants: -- Perceptual Classes: Edward A. Wasserman (The University of Iowa) -- Superordinate Classes: Thomas R. Zentall (University of Kentuck)y -- Relational Classes: Roger K. R. Thompson, Mary Jo Rattermann, and Anthony P. Chemero (Franklin & Marshall College) -- The AMBR Model Comparison Project: Round III — Modeling Category Learning -- Organizers: Kevin A. Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory) and Richard W. Pew (BBN Technologies) -- Participants: Experiment Design and Comparison of Human and Model Data: David Diller and Yvette Tenney (BBN Technologies) -- An EPIC-Soar Model of Concurrent Performance on a Category Learning and a Simplified ATC Task: Ron S. Chong (George Mason University) and Robert E. Wray (Soar Technology,Inc.) Developing Concept Learning Capabilities in the COGNET/iGEN Integrative Architecture and Associated AMBR ATC Model: Wayne Zachary (CHI Systems,Inc.) -- An Activation-based Theory of Categorization: Christian Lebiere (Carnegie Mellon University) Concept Learning:Knowing and Reasoning in the DCOG Architecture: Robert G.Eggleston, Air Force Research Laboratory and Katherine L.McCreight, N-Space Analysis Symposium Discussant: Bradley C. Love (University of Texas) -- Inquiry, Technology, and Cognition: Theory and Practice -- Organizer: Sarah K. Brem (Arizona State University) -- Participants: Technical and social supports for epistemic practices of scientific argumentation: William Sandoval, Kelli Millwood (UCLA) and Marie Bienkowski, Valerie Crawford (SRI International) Promoting critical inquiry from Web sources: Jennifer Wiley, Susan R. Goldman (UIC) and Arthur C. Graesser (University of Memphis) -- Tools for representational guidance during classroom scientific inquiry: EvaE. Toth (Allegheny-Singer Research Institute) -- Alternate forms of inquiry and their implications for theory and practice: Sarah K Brem (Arizona State University) -- New Models of Connectionist Language Acquisition -- Organizers: Ping Li (University of Richmond) and Brian MacWhinney (Carnegie Mellon University) -- Participants: Going beyond the input: the problem of generalization from sparse data: Jeff Elman -- The origin of categorical representation of language in the brain: Ping Li, Igor Farkas and Brian MacWhinney -- Acquisition of crisp andfuzzy concepts: Thomas Shultz -- Publication-based Talks -- Coordination of Talk & Action. -- Richard Alterman, Alex Feinman, Seth Landsman and Josh Introne (Brandeis University) -- Developing and Validating Cockpit Interventions based on Cognitive Modeling -- Deborah A. Boehm-Davis, Robert W. Holt, Melanie Diez and Jeffrey T. Hansberger (George Mason University) -- The Information-Processing Function of Conscious Intentions -- Richard A. Carlson, Lisa M. Stevenson, Marios N. Avraamides and Daniel N. Cassenti (Penn State University) -- Activity Awareness in Computer-supported Collaborations -- John M. Carroll (Virginia Tech) -- Testing the Roles of Design History and Affordances in the HIPE Theory of Function -- Sergio E. Chaigneau (Universidad de Tarapaca) and Lawrence W. Barsalou (Emory University) -- Misrepresenting Emergent Causal Processes as Non-Emergent: A Potential -- Schema for Overcoming Misunderstandings in Science -- Michelene T. H. Chi (University of Pittsburgh) -- Protocol Evidence On Thought Experiments Used By Experts -- John J. Clement (University of Massachusetts) -- Putting Geometry and Function Together — Towards a Psychologically-Plausible -- Computational Model for Spatial Language Comprehension -- Kenny R. Coventry, Angelo Cangelosi, Dan Joyce and Lynn V. Richards (University of Plymouth) -- A Basis for a Rigorous Cognitive Science: Maintaining Context for Information -- Exchange between Modules in a Functional Hierarchy -- L. Andrew Coward (Murdoch University) -- Dynamic Interrelations Among Processing Efficiency, Working Memory, and Problem Solving: A Longitudinal Study -- Andreas Demetriou (University of Cyprus) -- Tutoring Real-Time Dynamic Task Performance: Using ADAPT -- to Augment Pilot Skill Acquisition -- Stephanie M. Doane and Daniel W. Carruth (Mississippi State University) -- Implementing Latent Semantic Analysis in Learning Environments with -- Conversational Agents and Tutorial Dialog -- Arthur C. Graesser, Xiangen Hu, Brent A. Olde, Matthew Ventura, Andrew Olney, -- Max Louwerse and Donald R. Franceschetti (University of Memphis) and Natalie Person (Rhodes College) -- Human-Automation Interaction Strategies -- Stephanie Guerlain (University of Virginia) -- Statistical learning, implicit memory, and phonology -- Prahlad Gupta and John Lipinski (University of Iowa) -- Mental Visualizations and External Visualizations -- Mary Hegarty (University of California) -- Modeling aviation crew interaction using a cognitive architecture -- Robert W. Holt, Jeffrey T. Hansberger, Ronald S. Chong and Deborah A. Boehm-Davis (George Mason University) -- Promoting Transfer through Case-Based Reasoning: Rituals and Practices -- in the Learning by Design Classroom and Evidence of Transfer. -- Janet L. Kolodner (Georgia Institute of Technology) -- Dynamic Adaptation to Critical Care Medical Environment: Error Recovery as Cognitive Activity -- Tate T. Kubose, VimlaL. Patel and Desmond Jordan (Columbia University) -- Applications of Latent Semantic Analysis -- Thomas K Landauer (University of Colorado at Boulder) -- Modeling the Development of Lexicon with DevLex: -- A Self-Organizing Neural Network Model of Lexical Acquisition -- Ping Li and Igor Farkas (University of Richmond) -- Where Do Problem-Solving Strategies Come From? -- Marsha C. Lovett (Carnegie Mellon University) -- Is There a Decision Bias For Information From Internally Consistent Sources? -- Shenghua Luan, Robert D. Sorkin and Jesse Itzkowitz (University of Florida) -- Understanding and Scaffolding Constructive Collaboration -- Naomi Miyake and Hajime Shirouzu (Chukyo University) -- Learning fromWorked-Out Examples via Self-Explanations: How it Can(not) be Fostered -- Alexander Renkl (University of Freiburg) -- Category Use: Learning and Understanding Categories -- Brian H. Ross and Seth Chin-Parker (University of Illinois) -- Relating Properties of Human Memory to Cortico-Hippocampal Architecture -- Lokendra Shastri (International Computer Science Institute) -- What Happened to the Imagery Debate? -- Peter P. Slezak (University of New South Wales) -- On the Origins of Perceived Sameness in Shape -- Linda B. Smith (Indiana University) -- The Origins, Development, and Nature of Argument Understanding -- Nancy L Stein (University of Chicago) and Elizabeth R. Albro (Wheaton College) -- Constructive Perception: An Expertise to Use Diagrams for Dynamic Interactivity -- Masaki Suwa (Chukyo University) -- Literary Cognition and Aesthetic Computing -- Akifumi Tokosumi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) and Norikazu Yoshimine (Shonan Kokusai Women s College) -- Diagrams to Augment Cognition. -- Barbara Tversky, Julie Heiser and Paul Lee (Stanford University) and Jeffrey M. Zacks (Washington University) -- Papers -- Representation Strength Influences Strategy Use and Strategy Discovery -- Martha W. Alibali, Tara L. Booth (University ofWisconsin-Madisori) -- Integrating Decay and Interference: A New Look at an Old Interaction -- Erik M. Altmann (Michigan State University) and Christian D. Schunn (University of Pittsburgh) -- Preventing Catastrophic Interference in Multiple-Sequence Learning -- Using Coupled Reverberating Elman Networks -- Bernard Ans and Stephane Rousset (Universite Pierre Mendes-France) and -- Robert M. French (Universite de Liege) and Serban Musca (Universite Pierre Mendes-France) -- A Cognitive Account of Situated Communication -- Rita B.Ardito, Bruno G. Bara and Enrico Blanzieri (Universita ’ di Torino) -- Ah-Ha, I Knew It All Along: Differences in Hindsight Bias Between Insight -- and Algebra Problems -- Ivan K.Ash and Jennifer Wiley (The University of Illinois at Chicago) -- A Neurocognitive Model for Students and Educators -- Michael Atherton (Department of Educational Psychology) -- Do people update spatial relations described in texts? -- Marios N. Avraamides (The Pennsylvania State University) -- An Exploration of Real-World Analogical Problem Solving in Novices -- Christopher R. Bearman, Linden J. Ball and Thomas C. Ormerod (Lancaster University) -- Neonatal Learning of Faces: Environmental and Genetic Influence -- James A. Bednar and Risto Miikkulainen (The University of Texas at Austin) -- Conditional Promises and Threats - Cognition and Emotio -- Sieghard Beller (University of Freiburg) -- Combining Simplicity and Likelihood in Language and Music -- Rens Bod (University of Amsterdam) -- Mental Models Theory and Anaphor -- Guido Boella and Leonardo Lesmo, (Universit'a di Torino) -- Comparison and the development of knowledge -- Lera Boroditsky (MIT) -- What is universal in event perception? Comparing English & Indonesian speakers -- Lera Boroditsky and Wendy Ham (MIT) and Michael Ramscar (University of Edinburgh) -- Atomistic and Systems Approaches to Consciousness -- Andrew Brook and Luke Jerzykiewicz (Carleton University) -- Reference Resolution in the Wild: On-line circumscription of referential -- domains in a natural, interactive problem-solving task -- Sarah Brown-Schmidt, Ellen Campana and Michael K Tanenhaus (University of Rochester) -- On Straight TRACS: A baseline bias from mental models -- Kevin Burns (The MITRE Corporation) -- Contradictions and Counterfactuals: Generating Belief Revisions -- in Conditional Inference -- Ruth M,J. Byrne and Clare R. Walsh (University of Dublin, Trinity College) -- Anthropomorphic Agents as a User Interface Paradigm: Experimental Findings -- and a Framework for Research -- Richard Catrambone, John Stasko and Jun Xiao (Georgia Institute of Technology) -- The Effect of Goal Constraints on Strategy Generation -- Suzanne C. Charman and Andrew Howes (Cardiff University) -- Diagnosticity in Category Learning by Classification and Inference -- Seth Chin-Parker and Brian H Ross (University of Illinois) -- Comprehension Monitoring and Regulation in Distance Collaboration -- Kwangsu Cho, Christian D. Schunn and Alan M. Lesgold (University of Pittsburgh) -- Second Order Isomorphism: A Reinterpretation and Its Implications -- in Brain and Cognitive Sciences -- Yoonsuck Choe (Texas A&M University) -- Age Differences in Transitory Cognitive Performance -- Sy Miin Chow and John R. Nesselroade (University of Virginia) -- Reminiscence and Arousal: A Connectionist Mode -- Eric Chown (Bowdoin College) -- How Conceptual Metaphors are Productive of Spatial-Graphical Expressions -- Timothy C. Clausner (HRL Laboratories, LLC) -- What makes a word? -- Eliana Colunga and Linda B. Smith (Indiana University) -- Sequential Learning by Touch, Vision, and Auditio -- Christopher M. Conway and Morten H. Christiansen (Cornell University) -- Feedback Effects in the Acquisition of a Hierarchical Skill -- Andrew Corrigan-Halpern and Stellan Ohlsson (UIC) -- Investigating creative language: People’s choice of words in the production -- of novel noun-noun compounds -- Fintan Costello (Dublin City University) -- Do Expression and Identity Need Separate Representations -- Garrison W. Cottrell Kristin M. Branson (USCD) and Andrew J. Calder (MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit) -- Cognitive Precursors to Science Comprehension -- Kimberly G. Cottrell and Danielle S. McNamara (Old Dominion University) -- The Role of Diagrams and Diagrammatic Affordances in Analogy -- David Latch Craig, Nancy J. Nersessian and Richard Catrambone (Georgia Institute of Technology) -- A Classification of Cognitive Agents -- Mehdi Dastani (Institute of Information and Computer Sciences) and Leendert van der Torre (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) -- Declarative and Procedural Strategies in Problem Solving: -- Evidence from the Toads and Frogs Puzzle -- Fabio Del Missier and Danilo Fum (Trieste) -- Teaching with Dialectic Arguments vs. Didactic Explanations -- Ravi Desai and Kevin D. Ashley (University of Pittsburgh) -- Modeling Human Error in a Real-World Teamwork Environment -- Stephen Deutsch and Richard Pew (BBN Technologies) -- The Quality of Test Context and Contra-evidence as a Moderating -- Factor in the Belief Revision Process -- Kristien Dieussaert, Walter Schaeken and Gery d’ydewalle (University of Leuven) -- The Role of Analogy in Teaching Middle-School Mathematics -- Lindsey K Engle, Keith J. Holyoak and James W. Stigler (University of California) -- Category Size and Category-Based Inductio -- Aidan Feeney and David R. Gardiner, (University of Durham) -- Why Example Fading Works: A Qualitative Analysis Using Cascade -- Eric S. Fleischman and Randolph M. Jones (Colby College) -- Evolution of Gender in Indo-European Languages -- Harry E. Foundalis (Indiana University) -- Recovering Context After Interruption -- Jerry L. Franke, Jody J. Daniels and Daniel C. McFarlane (Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories) -- Four Problems with Extracting Human Semantics from Large Text Corpora -- Robert M. French and Christophe Labiouse (University of Liege) -- The Importance of Starting Blurry: Simulating Improved Basic-Level -- Category Learning in Infants Due to Weak Visual Acuity -- Robert M. French and Martial Merrnillod, (University of Liege) and Alan Chauvin (University of Grenoble) and Paul C. Quinn (Washington & Jefferson College) and Denis Mareschal (Birkbeck College) -- Modelling the Development of Dutch Optional Infinitives in MOSAIC -- Daniel Freudenthal, Julian Pine and Fernand Gobet (University of Nottingham) -- Subject Omission in Children’s Language: The Case for Performance -- Limitations in Learning -- Daniel Freudenthal, Julian Pine and Fernand Gobet (University of Nottingham) -- Does Positivity Bias Explain Patterns of Performance on Wason’s 2-4-6 Task -- Maggie Gale (University of Derby) and Linden J. Ball (Lancaster University) -- A Connectionist model of Planning via Back-chaining Search -- Max Garagnani, (The Open University) and -- Lohendra Shastri and Carter Wendelken (The International Computer Science Institute) -- Events versus States: Empirical Correlates of Lexical Classes -- Silvia Gennari and David Poeppel (University of Maryland) -- Interactive Knowledge Acquisition Tools: A Tutoring Perspective -- Yolanda Gil and Jihie Kim (University of Southern California) -- Taking Care of the Linguistic Features of Extraversion -- AlastairJ. Gill and Jon Oberlander (University of Edinburgh) -- The Role of Roles in Translating Across Conceptual Systems -- Robert L. Goldstone and Brian J. Rogosky (Indiana University) -- The Theory of Mind in Strategy Representation -- Andrew S. Gordon (University of Southern California) -- A probabilistic approach to semantic representation -- Thomas L.Griffiths & Mark Steyvers (Stanford University) -- Strategic Differences in the Coordination of Different Views of Space -- Glenn Gunzelmann and John R. Anderson (Carnegie Mellon University) -- Understanding Similarity in Choice Behavior: A Connectionist Model -- Frank Y Guo and Keith J. Holyoak (UCLA) -- Who says models can only do what you tell them? Unsupervised category -- learning data, fits, and prediction -- Todd M. Gureckis and Bradley C. Love (The University of Texas at Austin) -- A Constraint Satisfaction Model of Causal Learning and Reasonin -- York Hagmayer and Michael R. Waldmann (University of Gottingen) -- How Similarity Affects the Ease of Rule Application -- Ulrike Hahn (Cardiff University) and Merce Prat-Sala (King Alfred's College) and Emmanuel M. Pothos (University of Edinburgh) -- Modeling Grouping with Recursive Auto-Associative Memory -- Andreas Hansson and Lars F. Niklasson (University of Skovde) -- Holographic Reduced Representations for Oscillator Recall: A Model -- of Phonological Production -- Harlan D. Harris (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) -- Similarity and Difference Judgments Under Perceptual and -- Non-Perceptual Conditions -- Uri Hasson (Princeton University) and Vladimir Sloutsky (The Ohio State University) -- The /s/ morpheme and the compounding phenomenon in English -- Jenny Hayes, Victoria Murphy, Neil Davey, Pamela Smith and Lorna Peters (University of Hertfordshire) -- Interactional Context in Graphical Communication -- Patrick G. T. Healey, (Queen Mary University of London) and Simon Garrod, Nicholas Fay (University of Glasgow) and John Lee, Jon Oberlander (University of Edinburgh) -- Diagrams and Descriptions in Acquiring Complex Systems -- Julie Heiser and Barbara Tversky (Stanford University) -- Do argumentation tasks promote conceptual change about volcanoes? -- Joshua A Hemmerich and Jennifer Wiley (The University of Illinois at Chicago)

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