Poster Session 1

Poster Session 1

(Monarch Suite, Thursday, July 27, 1:20pm – 2:50pm)

Space Title Author(s)

 

1

A comparison between human micro-affordances and computational classification

Arthur-Henri Michalland, Arthur-Henri Michalland, Denis Brouillet, Philippe Fraisse

2

Mapping hand to world; Development of iconic representation in gesture

and homesign

Erica Cartmill, Lilia Rissman, Miriam

Novack, Susan Goldin-Meadow

 

3

It’s not just what we say, it’s how we move: An examination of postural activity during a disclosure event

Hannah M. Douglas, Stacie Furst- Holloway, Michael J. Richardson, Rachel W. Kallen

4

Visuomotor Adaptation and Sensory Recalibration in Reversed Hand Movement Task

Jenny Lin, Yixin Zhu, James Kubricht, Song-Chun Zhu, Hongjing Lu

5

The Motor System Does Not Use a Curvilinear Impetus Belief: Folk Physics and Embodied Cognition

Jay Jennings, Jim Davies

6

Action Understanding in High-Functioning Autism: The Faux Pas Task

Revisited

Joanna Korman, Tiziana Zalla, Bertram

Malle

7

Actions that modify schedules of reinforcement

Mac Strelioff, Mimi Liljeholm

8

Silent gesture and noun phrase universals

Marieke Schouwstra, Simon Kirby, Jennifer Culbertson

9

Geometry-based Affordances

Sterling Somers

 

10

Physical problem solving: Joint planning with symbolic, geometric, and dynamic constraints

Ilker Yildirim, Tobias Gerstenberg, Basil

Saeed, Marc Toussaint, Josh Tenenbaum

11

Sensorimotor Learning Modulates Automatic Imitation in Visual Speech

Yuchunzi Wu, Bronwen Evans, Patti Adank

12

Progress in building a machine that can ask interesting and informative

questions

Anselm Rothe, Brenden Lake, Todd

Gureckis

13

How Order of Label Presentation Impacts Semantic Processing: an ERP Study

Jelena Batinic, Andrej Savic, Vanja Kovic

 

14

 

When is Likely Unlikely: Investigating the Variability of Vagueness

Kimele Persaud, Brian McMahan, Malihe Alikhani, Kevin Pei, Pernille

Hemmer, Matthew Stone

15

Acquiring pitch associations across modalities: the role of experience

Laura Speed, Ilja Croijmans, Sarah Dolscheid, Asifa Majid

16

Replacing Language: Children Use Non-Linguistic Cues and Comparison in Category Formation

Margarita Pavlova

17

How the truth can make a great lie: An empirical investigation of the folk

concept of lying by falsely implicating

Alex Wiegmann, Pascale Willemsen

18

A picture falls under many categories: How ancient mathematical marks became extinct

Peter Coppin, Daemon Retren, Ambrose Li

19

Automated Generation of Cognitive Ontology via Web Text-Mining

Richard Gao, Thomas Donoghue,

Bradley Voytek

20

The Influence of Pop-Culture on Misattribution of Memory

Daljit Ahluwalia, Pernille Hemmer, Kimele Persaud

21

Later lexical development in bilinguals

Anne White, Barbara Malt, Steven

Verheyen, Gert Storms

22

Is the relative distribution of verbs and nouns modulated by socio-cultural influences? Evidence from bilingual infants and toddlers in Malaysia.

Jun Ho Chai, Hui Min Low, Tze Peng Wong, Julien Mayor

23

Exploitative and Exploratory Attention in a Four-Armed Bandit Task

Adrian Walker, Mike Le Pelley, Tom

Beesley

24

The role of prior knowledge and expertise on choice of referring expression

Alyssa Ibarra, Jeffery Runner, Michael Tanenhaus

25

Walking dynamics of intertemporal choice

Arkady Zgonnikov, Iñaki Rañó, Denis

O’Hora, KongFatt Wong-Lin

26

Sex-Dependent Effects of Emotional Subliminal Visual Stimuli on a Decision- Making Task

Christopher Dancy, Frank Ritter, Frank Hillary, Kevin Voller

27

Do people behave dishonestly easily?

Hajimu Hayashi

28

A Spiking Independent Accumulator Model for Winner-Take-All Computation

Jan Gosmann, Aaron Voelker, Chris Eliasmith

29

Information Seeking as Chasing Anticipated Prediction Errors

Jian-Qiao Zhu, Wendi Xiang, Elliot

Ludvig

30

The Cognitive Reflection Test: familiarity and predictive power in

professionals

Matthew Welsh, Steve Begg

31

Variability in advice taking in decision making

Miho Kitamura, Katsumi Watanabe

32

Perceptual decision making from correlated samples

Oana Stanciu, Mate Lengyel, Daniel

Wolpert, Jozsef Fiser

33

Probability matching in choice behavior influenced by virtual rewards

Yuichi Saito, Miyuki G. Kamachi

34

Recycling or Trash Bin? Modeling Consumers’ Recycling Behavior in a Field Study

Torsten Reimer, Juan Pablo Ramirez, Chris Roland, Devika Banerji

35

Effects of Question Format on Test-Taker Cognition

Jung Aa Moon, Irvin Katz, Madeleine

Keehner

 

36

 

Novel metacognitive problem solving task

Jwalin Patel, Amanda Aldercotte,

Teresa Parr, Zewelanji Serpell, Michelle Ellefson

37

Impact of Polarity, Rationality, and Math Ability on Numerical Magnitude

Knowledge

Laura Young, Julie Booth, Kelly McGinn

 

38

Gradually ascending sound with accelerating automatic driving vehicle might change passengers’ tension or anxiety: analysis of biometrical index.

Akitoshi Tomita, Etsuko Harada, Kozue

Miyashiro, Satoshi Ando, Maito Ohmori, Hiroaki Yano

39

Visual Data Exploration: How Expert Astronomers Use Flipbook-Style Visual

Approaches to Understand New Data

Fernanda Monteiro Eliott, Keivan

Stassun, Maithilee Kunda

 

40

 

Decoding Virtual Agent’s Emotion and Strategy from Brain Patterns

Eunkyung Kim, Sarah Gimbel,

Aleksandra Litvinova, Jonas Kaplan, Morteza Dehghani

41

Scheduling system delays for optimal user performance: Don’t predict

time; let time predict!

Roland Thomaschke, Lennart Koch,

Miriam Ruess, Andrea Kiesel

42

‘It’s More Fun With My Phone’: A Replication Study of Cell Phone Presence

and Task Performance’

Ulrik Lyngs, Ryan McKay

43

Interactivity, Stereotype threat, and Working memory

Anna-Stiina Wallinheimo, Harriet

Tenenbaum, Adrian Banks

44

Effects of Auditory-Feedback Delays and Musical Roles on Coordinated

Timing Asymmetries in Piano Duet Performance

Auriel Washburn, Matthew Wright,

Takako Fujioka

45

Disfluencies in dialogues with patients with schizophrenia

Christine Howes, Mary Lavelle, Patrick

Healey, Julian Hough, Rose McCabe

46

Gaze during utterances and silence in L1 and L2 Conversations

Ichiro Umata, Koki Ijuin, Tsuneo Kato,

Seiichi Yamamoto

47

Strategic advantages of micro-targeted campaigns: Implementing savvy

persuaders in a Bayesian Agent-Based Model

Jens Koed Madsen, Toby D. Pilditch

 

48

 

Interaction with a robot changes human motor behavior

Laura Fademrecht, Tobias Meilinger,

Stephan Streuber, Aurelie Saulton, Heinrich Bülthoff, Rouwen Cañal-

Bruland, Stephan de la Rosa

49

The Interactive Shaping of Social Learning in Transmission Chains

Lucas Bietti, Adrian Bangerter, Eric

Mayor

50

The differential effects of transmission and interaction on linguistic variation

Olga Feher, Kenny Smith

 

51

Measures and mechanisms of common ground: backchannels,

conversational repair, and interactive alignment in free and task-oriented social interactions

Riccardo Fusaroli, Kristian Tylén, Katrine

Garly, Jakob Steensig, Morten Christiansen, Mark Dingemanse

52

Talking Through Your Arse: Sensing Conversation with Seat Covers

Sophie Skach, Patrick G. T. Healey,

Rebecca Stewart

53

Developing cognitive flexibility in solving arithmetic word problems

Calliste Scheibling-Sève

54

Who makes use of prior knowledge in a curriculum on proportional

reasoning?

Daniela Nussbaumer, Christian Thurn,

Schumacher Ralph, Stern Elsbeth

55

Eliciting Middle School Students’ Ideas About Graphs Supports Their

Learning from a Computer Model

Eliane Wiese, Anna Rafferty, Marcia

Linn

56

Optimizing Mathematic Learning: Effects of Continuous and Nominal

Practice Format on Transfer of Arithmetic Skills

Charles Kalish, Rui Meng, Ayon Seng,

Percival Matthews

57

Text, images and diagrams as information providers

Sara Verbrugge, Aurélie Stas, Koen

Jaspaert

58

Teaching Versus Active Learning: A Computational Analysis of Conditions

that Affect Learning

Scott Cheng-Hsin Yang, Patrick Shafto

59

Semantic Networks Generated from Early Linguistic Input

Andrei Amatuni, Elika Bergelson

60

Early produced signs are iconic: Evidence from Turkish Sign Language

Beyza Sumer, Clara Grabitz, Aylin Kuntay

61

Network Analysis of a Large Sample of Typical and Late Talkers

Eva Jimenez, Thomas Hills

62

Mental computations underlying morphosyntax acquisition

Heidi Getz, Elissa Newport

63

One-shot word learning under high and low sentential constraints in adult

L2 learners of Chinese

Jenn-Yeu Chen, Yu-Shu Huang

64

The Effects of Shared Storybook Reading on Word Learning: A Meta-

Analysis

Zoe Flack, Andy Field, Jessica Horst

65

Iconicity in Word Learning: What Can We Learn from Cross-Situational

Learning Experiments?

Matthew Jones, Gabriella Vigliocco

66

ANCHORING is amodal: evidence from a signed language.

Qatherine Dana, Diane Brentari, Outi

Bat-El, Iris Berent

67

Vowel Harmony as a Distributional Learning Problem

Spencer Caplan, Jordan Kodner

 

68

They Know as Much as We Do: Knowledge Estimation and Partner Modelling of Artificial Partners

Benjamin R. Cowan, Holly Branigan,

Habiba Begum, Lucy McKenna, Eva Szekely

69

The space and time of contamination: Complete, continual, spreading

effects

Laura Niemi, Liane Young

70

Metaphor congruent image schemas shape evaluative judgment: a cross-

linguistic study of metaphors for economic change

Patricia Lichtenstein, Ekaterina Shutova

 

71

When metaphors in the mind become metaphors in the mouth: Documenting the emergence of a new system of linguistic metaphors for

time

Rose Hendricks, Tyler Marghetis, Benjamin Bergen

72

What makes a joke funny: Analysing joke humor through single-word

ratings.

Tomas Engelthaler, Thomas Hills

73

Jumping in Japanese: Converting linguistic instructions into physical

performances

Chie Fukada, Noriyuki Kida, Hiromichi

Hagihara, Takatsugu Kojima

74

The Effects of Duration Words and Spatial-Temporal Metaphors on

Perceived Duration

Demet Özer, Alexander Kranjec, Fuat

Balc─▒, Tilbe Göksun

75

Knowledge acquiring on event chronology in Russian-language texts

Vera Zabotkina, Mikhail Epifanov,

Elena Pozdnyakova

76

Linguistic processes in translation: Eye-tracking reveals differential effects

of phrase order and lexical choice

Xin Huang, Wei (Sophia) Deng, Defeng

Li

77

Iconicity vs. Systematicity in Artificial Language Learning

Alan KS Nielsen, Julia Simner, Simon

Kirby, Kenny Smith

78

The roles of item repetition and position in infant sequence learning

Christina Schonberg, Gary Marcus,

Scott Johnson

79

Mindfulness and Fear Conditioning

Fergal Jones, Rossy McLaren, IPL

McLaren

80

Back to ABCs: Clustering Alphabetically, Rather than Semantically,

Enhances Vocabulary Learning

Jingqi Yu, Veronica Yan, Elizabeth

Bjork, Robert Bjork

81

Do Accurate Metacognitive Judgments Predict Successful Multimedia

Learning?

Nicholas V. Mudrick, Michelle Taub,

Roger Azevedo

 

82

 

Perceived control in bounded-rational decision-making

Saee Paliwal, Frederike Petzschner,

Ekaterina Lomakina, Klaas Enno Stephan

 

83

 

Information Signatures in Children’s Language Environment

Steven L. Elmlinger, Drew H. Abney,

David W. Vinson, Linda B. Smith, Chen Yu

84

A Neural Network Model for Taxonomic Responding with Realistic Visual

Inputs

Giorgia Fenoglio, Roberto Esposito,

Valentina Gliozzi

85

Refining the cognitive semantic web: The tensor method to represent the

topographic emplacement of different word categories

Eduardo Mizraji, Andrés Pomi

86

The Relationship between Anxiety, Mind Wandering and Task-switching: A

Diffusion Model Analysis

Andree Hartanto, Hwajin Yang

87

Due process in dual process: A model-recovery analysis of Smith et al.

(2014)

Charlotte Edmunds, Andy Wills, Fraser

Milton

88

A model of structure learning, inference, and generation for scene

understanding

David Raposo, Peter Dayan, Demis

Hassabis, Peter Battaglia

89

A Computational Model for Reasoning About the Paper Folding Task Using

Visual Mental Images

James Ainooson, Maithilee Kunda

90

Characterizing Human-Machine Teams with Process Algebras

Leslie Blaha, Robert Jasper

91

Adaptability and Neural Reuse in Minimally Cognitive Agents

Matthew Setzler, Eduardo J. Izquierdo

92

A categorical (fixed point) foundation for cognition: (adjoint) corecursion

Steven Phillips

93

Investigating the Impact of Sleep on Eyewitness Memory

David Morgan, Jakke Tamminen, Laura

Mickes

94

Modeling Semantic Fluency Data as Search on a Semantic Network

Jeffrey C. Zemla, Joseph L. Austerweil

95

Does Associative Memory Play a Role in Solving Physics Problems?

Katie Wood, Rossy McLaren, IPL

McLaren

96

Forgetting My Memories by Listening to Yours: The Impact of Perspective-

Taking on Socially-Triggered Context-Based Prediction Error

Madalina Vlasceanu, Rae Drach, Alin

Coman

97

Working Memory and lexical ambiguity resolution in Chinese

Michael Yip

98

Simulating performance in unconscious plagiarism

Nicholas Lange, Timothy Hollins

99

A Spatial-Temporal Analysis of a Visual Working Memory Task with EEG and ECoG

Qiong Zhang, Marieke van Vugt, Jelmer Borst, John Anderson

100

In search for the relevant space of implicit memory deficit in dyslexia

Sagi Jaffe-Dax, Merav Ahissar

101

Priming the production of implications

Alice Rees, Lewis Bott

102

Gricean epistemic reasoning in 4-year-olds

Alyssa Kampa, Anna Papafragou

103

Mentioning atypical properties of objects is communicatively efficient

Elisa Kreiss, Robert X.D. Hawkins, Judith

Degen, Noah Goodman

104

The Pragmatic Parliament: A Framework for Socially-Appropriate

Utterance Selection in Artificial Agents

Felix Gervits, Gordon Briggs, Matthias

Scheutz

105

Enforced pointing gesture can indicate invisible objects behind a wall

Hajime Takahashi, Tetsuya Yasuda,

Harumi Kobayashi

106

Using punctuation as a marker of sincerity and affective convergence

during texting

Katherine Reynolds, Blair Casarotto,

Sarah Noviski, Jennifer Roche

107

Modeling scope ambiguity resolution as pragmatic inference: Formalizing differences in child and adult behavior

K.J. Savinelli, Gregory Scontras, Lisa Pearl

108

The Puzzle of Conditionals with True Clauses: Against the Gricean Account

Karolina Krzyzanowska, Peter Collins,

Ulrike Hahn

 

109

The Interaction of Bayesian Pragmatics and Lexical Semantics in Linguistic

Interpretation: Using Event-related Potentials to Investigate Hearers’ Probabilistic Predictions

 

Markus Werning, Erica Cosentino

110

“I won’t lie, it wasn’t amazing”n: Modeling polite indirect speech

Erica Yoon, Michael Henry Tessler,

Noah Goodman, Michael Frank

111

Adapting to a listener with incomplete lexical semantics

Sadhwi Srinivas, Barbara Landau, Colin

Wilson

112

The effect of overt language use on category induction

Justin Sulik, Haily Merritt, Gary Lupyan

113

The Interplay Between Self-evaluation, Goal Orientation, and Self-efficacy

on Performance and Learning

Kit Double, Damian Birney

114

Scientific Reasoning Ability in Middle Schoolers related to MasterMind

Discovery Strategy

Jean-Baptiste Quillien, Keisha Varma,

Purav Patel, Martin Van Boekel

115

Intuitive system control: Challenging the standard model of dynamic

decision making

Wolfgang Schoppek

116

Cognitive and Attentional Process in Insight Problem Solving of the puzzle

game ‘Tangram’n

Yoshiki Nakano

 

117

Relationship between four measures reflecting representations of fraction

magnitude in adults: number line estimation, comparison, calculation of fractions, and immediate serial recall of fractions

Yuki Tanida, Yu Koshima, Masahiko Okamoto

 

118

Predicting Preschool-Aged Childrens Behavior Regulation from Attention Tasks in the Lab

Chelsea Andrews, Emily Coates,

Kristine Kovack-Lesh, Vanessa Simmering

119

The Lego hands: changing the affording location of graspable objects

Fabrice Da Silva, Lionel Brunel

120

Gender or Community: What Drives STEM Interest Among Middle School

Students?

Evans Smalley, Jennifer Kaminski

121

A transfer advantage of learning diagrammatic representations of

mathematics

Jennifer Kaminski

122

Measuring Abstract Mindsets through Syntax: Improvements in Automating

the Linguistic Category Model

Kate M. Johnson, Reihane Boghrati,

Cheryl Wakslak, Morteza Dehghani

123

Does sonority influence the syllable segmentation in visual identification? Evidence in French skilled readers.

Méghane Tossonian, Norbert Maïonchi-Pino

124

Opening Up and Closing Down Discussion: Experimenting with Epistemic

Status in Conversation

Shauna Concannon, Patrick Healey,

Matthew Purver

125

The Temporal Cheerleader Effect: Attractiveness Judgments Depend on

Surrounding Faces Through Time

Alexia Toskos Dils, Scott Niedopytalski,

Jeffrey Arroyo, Stephen Flusberg

126

Different alternative explanations can render different information

relevant to explaining an event

Barbara Koslowski, Francoise

Vermeylen

127

A toolbox of methods for probabilistic inference

Charles Kemp, Caleb Eddy

128

Cognitive style predicts magical beliefs

Giorgio Gronchi, Jeffrey Zemla, Marco

Brondi

129

Magnitude of metaphor and its effect on reasoning about immigration

Karie Moorman, Teenie Matlock

130

Reasoning with fundamental rights

Lupita Estefania Gazzo Castaneda,

Antje Stemmler, Markus Knauff

131

Counterfactual Conditionals and Normative Rules

Meredith Wilkinson, Shira Elqayam,

Valerie Thompson, David Over

132

Counterfactuals, indicative conditionals, and negation under uncertainty:

Are there cross-cultural differences?

Niki Pfeifer, Hiroshi Yama

133

Contrasts in reasoning about omissions

Paul Bello, Christina Wasylyshyn,

Gordon Briggs, Sangeet Khemlani

134

Recursion in Children’s Comprehension and Formulation of Algorithms

Monica Bucciarelli, Robert Mackiewicz,

Sangeet Khemlani, Philip Johnson-Laird

135

Metaphors, Roles, and Controls in Framing Studies

Paul Thibodeau, Stephen Flusberg

136

A New Model of Statistical Learning: Trajectories Through Perceptual

Similarity Space

Elizabeth A. Hutton, Felix Hao Wang,

Jason D. Zevin

137

No Transfer of Training in Simple Addition

Jamie Campbell, Yalin Chen

138

Using Prior Data to Inform Initial Performance Predictions of Individual

Students

Michael Collins, Kevin Gluck, Matthew

Walsh, Michael Krusmark

 

139

 

First step is to group them: Task-dynamic model validation for human multiagent herding in a less constrained task

Patrick Nalepka, Maurice Lamb,

Rachel W. Kallen, Elliot Saltzman, Anthony Chemero, Michael J.

Richardson

140

Exploration and Skill Acquisition in a Major Online Game

Tom Stafford, Sam Devlin, Rafet Sifa,

Anders Drachen

141

Bidirectional effect of emotional contagion for pain during face-to-face

interaction

Aiko Murata, Tatsuya Kameda, Katsumi

Watanabe

142

Why do we punish negligent behaviors?

Sarin Arunima, Cushman Fiery

143

Folk Attributions of Control and Intentionality Over Mental States

Corey Cusimano, Geoffrey Goodwin

144

Guardian and Daily Mail Readers’ Implicit Attitudes to Immigration

Dermot Lynott, Michael Walsh, Tony

McEnery, Louise Connell, Liam Cross

145

20-month-olds Use Social-Group Membership to Make Inductive

Inferences

Megan Smith, Rose Scott

146

Altruist vs. Egoist Detection and Individual vs. Group Selection in Personnel

Management

Momme von Sydow, Niels Braus

147

Self-other distinction in the motor system during social interaction: A

computational model based on predictive processing

Sebastian Kahl, Stefan Kopp

148

“I’m Better than You at Labeling!”n: Preschoolers Use Past Reliability when

Accepting Unexpected Labels

Xiaoqian Li, W. Quin Yow

 

149

 

Interpreting nonsignificant findings in psychological research

Bence Palfi, Aba Szollosi, Barnabas

Szaszi, Marton Kovacs, Mark Zrubka,

Peter Szecsi, Balazs Aczel, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers

 

150

Predicting Future Performance in an ITS system via Gradient Boosting Classification

Breya Walker, Anne lippert, Raven

Davis, Zhiqiang Cai, Cheng Qinyu, Genghu Shi, Arthur Graesser

 

151

 

Developmental Changes in Visual Scene Statistics

Christina DeSerio, Jason Gold,

Swapnaa Jayaraman, Rowan Candy, Linda Smith

152

Do Relationality and Aptness Influence Conventionalization?

Francisco Maravilla, Dedre Gentner

153

Discovering kinds of future-oriented thought using automated machine-

learning techniques

Jason Shepard, Aiming Nie, Bridget

Copley, Phillip Wolff

154

Resemblance among similarity measures in semantic representation

Maria Montefinese, David Vinson

155

Grammar-Based and Lexicon-Based Techniques to Extract Personality Traits from Text

Maira B. Carvalho, Max M. Louwerse

 

156

 

Reading Skill Test to Diagnose Basic Language Skills in Comparison to Machines

Noriko Arai, Naoya Todo, Teiko Arai,

Kyosuke Bunji, Shingo Sugawara, Miwa Inuzuka, Takuya Matsuzaki, Koken Ozaki

157

Improving a Fundamental Measure of Lexical Association

Gabriel Recchia, Paul Nulty

158

Mathematical Symbol Recognition in Children

Sandra Street

159

Leveraging mutual exclusivity for faster cross-situational word learning: A

theoretical analysis

Shohei Hidaka, Takuma Torii, George

Kachergis

160

Explicit Predictions for Illness Statistics

Talia Robbins, Pernille Hemmer

161

Comparing Human Use of Fast & Frugal Tree with Machine-Learning Tree

Yee Siang Chng