Poster Session 2

Poster Session 2

(Monarch Suite, Friday July 28, 1:20pm – 2:50pm)

Space

Title

Author(s)

1

Improving Number Foundations in Preschoolers: ANS versus Symbolic Knowledge

Jo Van Herwegen, Hiwet Costa, Bethany Nicholson, Chris Donlan

2

Children’s Familiarity Preference in Self-directed Study Improves

Recognition Memory

Katherine Adams, George Kachergis, Doug

Markant

3

Infusing Cognitive Science Content in Teacher Preparation

Julie Booth

4

The Interaction of Worked-Examples/ Self-Explanation Prompts and Time on Algebra Conceptual Knowledge

Kelly McGinn, Julie Booth, Laura Young

 

5

Language input and development during a year in an early intervention classroom

Lynn Perry, Emily Prince, Adriana Valtierra, Camila Rivero-Fernández, Mary Anne Ullery,

Lynne Katz, Daniel Messinger

6

How and when does the syllable become a reading unit? Developmental evidence in French children

Norbert Maïonchi-Pino, Virginie Loiseau

 

7

 

The Relationship Between Executive Functions and Science Achievement

Drake Bauer, Sashank Varma, Keisha Varma, Martin Van Boekel, Alyssa Worley, Jean-Baptiste Quillien, Tayler Loiselle, Purav

Patel

8

Interleaving area problems in the 4th grade classroom: What is the role of context and practice?

Rachael Todaro, Bradley Morris

9

When Less Isn’t More: A Real-World Fraction Intervention Study

Tasha Posid, Vladimir Sloutsky

 

10

Training Graph Literacy: Developing the RiskLiteracy.org Outreach Platform

Vincent Ybarra, Edward Cokely, Cody Adams, Margo Woller-Carter, Jinan Allan, Adam Feltz, Rocio Garcia-Retamero

11

A Two-Stage Model of Solving Arithmetic Problems

Vladimir Glebkin, Alexander Kovtunenko,

Ekaterina Krysova

12

Fast and Easy: Approximating Uniform Information Density in Language Production

Jesus Calvillo

13

A Theory of Resonance: Towards an Ecological Cognitive

Architecture

Vicente Raja

14

Five-Year-Old Children Transfer a Metacognitive Strategy to a Novel Task

Allison O’Leary, Vladimir Sloutsky

15

The Structure of Young Children’s Numerical and Spatial Abilities

Christopher Young, Stephen Raudenbush, Brittney Fraumeni, Susan Levine

 

16

Improving Perceptual Reasoning in School Children through Chess Training

Ebenezer Joseph, Sumathi Chandrasekaran, Uma T.R., Veena Easvaradoss

17

Learning Object Names from Visual Pervasiveness: the Visual Statistics

Predict

Elizabeth Clerkin, Chen Yu, Linda SMith

18

Varieties of Numerical Estimation: A Unified Framework

Jike Qin, Dan Kim, John Opfer

19

Preschoolers and Infants Calibrate Persistence from Adult Models

Julia Leonard, Max Kleiman-Weiner, Yuna Lee, Josh Tenenbaum, Laura Schulz

20

Investigating Sensitivity to Shared Information and Personal

Experience in Children’s Use of Majority Information

Kay Otsubo, Andrew Whalen, Daphna

Buchsbaum

21

Learning in the Wild: Real-World Experiences Shape Children’s Knowledge Organization

Layla Unger, Anna Fisher

22

The relationship between fairness, cognitive control, and numerical

encoding

Nadia Chernyak, Peter Blake

 

23

Talking to Ourselves to Engage Control? Testing Developmental Relations Between Self-directed Speech, Cognitive Control and Talkativeness

Sabine Doebel, Cleo Andersen-Green, Yuko Munakata

24

Pragmatics Influence Children’s Use of Majority Information

Theresa Pham, Jane C Hu, Daphna

Buchsbaum

25

Slow Change: The Visual Context for Real World Learning

Charlene Tay, Linda Smith, Chen Yu

26

A Cognitive Model of Social Influence

Greg Trafton, Malcolm McCurry, Kevin Zish, Laura Hiatt, Sunny Khemlani

27

Interruptions Reduce Confidence Judgments: Predictions of Three

Sequential Sampling Models

Kevin Zish, Malcolm McCurry, Nathan

Aguiar, J. Gregory Trafton

28

Spatial language: Meaning, use, and lexical choice

Kristen Johannes, Barbara Landau

29

From Words to Sentences & Back: Characterizing Context- dependent Meaning Representations in the Brain

Nora E Aguirre-Celis, Manuel Valenzuela- Rendon, Risto Miikkulainen

30

An immersive binaural horizon for sonic data analytics

Richard Windeyer, Dan MacDonald, David

Steinman, Ambrose Li, Peter Coppin

31

Applications of Cognitive Science to Enhancing Scholarly

Communication

Purav Patel

32

Dissolving the Grounding Problem: How the Pen is Mightier than the

Sword

Nancy Salay

33

Indirection Explains Flexible Tuning of Neurons in Prefrontal Cortex

David Noelle

34

Learning Temporal Generative Neural Codes for Biological Motion

Perception and Inference

Fabian Schrodt, Martin V. Butz

 

35

Predicting Individual Differences in Working Memory Training Gain: A Machine Learning Approach

Shafee Mohammed, Benjamin Katz,

Chelsea Parlett, Martin Buschkuehl, Susanne Jaeggi

36

A Spiking Neural Bayesian Model of Life Span Inference

Sugandha Sharma, Aaron Voelker, Chris

Eliasmith

37

Application of fuzzy logic in dyslexia user modelling to design

customizing assistive technology

Tereza Pařilová, Eva Hladká

38

A Study on the Impact of Chess Training on Creativity of Indian School Children

Ebenezer Joseph, Sundar Manoharan, Veena Easvaradoss, David Chandran. E

39

Poverty of materials makes recursive combination operation

evolvable

Genta Toya, Takashi Hashimoto

40

A Data-Driven Approach for Making Analogies

Mei Si, Craig Carlson

41

Finding Creative New Ideas: Human-Centric Mindset Overshadows

Mind-Wandering

Yung-Yi Juliet Chou, Barbara Tversky

42

Conversational topic connectedness predicted by Simplicity Theory

Jean-Louis Dessalles

43

Interactive Communicative Inference

Larry Muhlstein

 

44

Modeling Comprehension Processes via Automated Analyses of Dialogism

Mihai Dascalu, Laura Allen, Danielle

McNamara, Stefan Trausan-Matu, Scott Crossley

45

Planning in Action: Interactivity Improves Planning Performance

Emma Henderson, Gaelle Vallee-

Tourangeau, Frederic Vallee-Tourangeau

46

Metacognitive Monitoring of Internal and External Storage and

Retrieval

Evan Risko, Connor Gaspar, Dave McLean,

Tim Dunn, Derek Koehler

47

Fake News and False Corroboration: Interactivity in Rumor Networks

Michael Spivey

48

The impact of the Digital Age in Moral Judgments

Albert Barque-Duran, Emmanuel Pothos,

James Yearsley, James Hampton

49

Risky Decision Making for Medications: Age and Social Influence

Effects

Amy Wing-Lam Chong, Michael Bixter,

Wendy Rogers

50

Choosing while Losing: The Effects of Valence and Relative

Magnitude on Decision Dynamics.

Avril Hand, Denis O’Hora, Rick Dale, Petri

Piiroinen

51

The role of presentation order and orientation on information search

and evaluations: An eye-tracking study

Claire Heard, Tim Rakow, Tom Foulsham

52

It is new, but will it be good? Context-driven exploration of novel

options

Hrvoje Stojic, Eric Schulz, Maarten

Speekenbrink

53

Intolerance to uncertainty is associated with diminished exploration

Jennifer Lenow, Nathaniel Daw, Elizabeth

Phelps

54

Nudging Problematic Smartphone Use to a Lower Level

Lauri Palokangas, Jyrki Suomala

55

Perceptions of Psychological Momentum in Basketball

Thomas Hilbig, Matthew Welsh, Paul

Delfabbro

56

On the Detection of “Alternative Facts” in Environmental Messages:

The Effects of a Sequential versus a Simultaneous Presentation Format

Mona Guath, Peter Juslin

57

Adaptive response priors in context-dependent decision-making

Olga Lositsky, Michael Shvartsman, Robert

C. Wilson, Jonathan D. Cohen

58

Belief Digitization in Economic Prediction

Samuel Johnson, Faith Hill

59

The Use of Ambiguous Messages as a Strategy to Appeal to Multiple

Decision Makers

Devika Banerji, Torsten Reimer, Chris Roland

60

Risk and Rationality in Decisions to Commit Crime

Rebecca Helm, Valerie Reyna, Renee

Williamson, Allison Franz

 

61

Behavioral Dynamics and Action Selection in a Joint Action Pick-and- Place Task

Maurice Lamb, Tamara Lorenz, Stephen

Harrison, Rachel Kallen, Ali Minai, Michael Richardson

62

Fitting a Stochastic Model to Eye Movement Time Series in a

Categorization Task

Paul Tupper, Thuan Pham Nguyen, Yunlong

Nie, Jiguo Cao, Liangliang Wang

63

Bridging Visual Working Memory Research from Infancy through

Adulthood with Dynamic Neural Field Modeling

Vanessa Simmering, Sammy Perone

 

64

On the road to … somewhere? Change-blindness in event description

tasks is informative about the interrelation between visual perception and language planning

 

Johannes Gerwien, Ines Marberg

65

The time course of Intentional Binding

Miriam Ruess, Roland Thomaschke, Andrea

Kiesel

66

Endpoints and Midpoints in Event Perception

Yue Ji, Anna Papafragou

67

A model of cultural co-evolution of language and mindreading

Marieke Woensdregt, Simon Kirby, Chris

Cummins, Kenny Smith

68

Effects of transmission perturbation in the cultural evolution of

language

Thomas Brochhagen, Michael Franke

69

Comparison of directed gaze during vocalizations in bonobo and

human infants

Ulrike Griebel, Josep Call, Eugene Buder, D.

Kimbrough Oller

70

How do speakers coordinate planning and articulation? Evidence

from gaze-speech lags.

Chiara Gambi, Matthew Crocker

71

Eye movement-based probabilistic models for physical scene

understanding

Eghbal Hosseini, Eli Pollock, Tobias

Gerstenberg

72

Age-related top-down and bottom-up guidance on eye movements when searching in real-world scenes

Hanane Ramzaoui, Sylvane Faure, Sara Spotorno

73

An Exploratory Study on Remote Associates Problem Solving:

Evidence of Eye Movement Indicators

Po-Sheng Huang, Shu-Ling Peng, Jon-Fan

Hu

 

74

 

Tracking the temporal course of counterfactual understanding

Isabel Orenes, Juan Antonio Garcia

Madruga, Isabel Gómez-Veiga, Orlando Espino, Ruth Byrne

75

Reconsideration on Linking Eye-movement Data with Argument

Realization

Yujing Huang, Laine Stranahan, Jesse

Snedeker

76

Data Driven Eye Gaze Path Segmentation

Joseph Houpt, Mary Frame, Leslie Blaha

77

The time course of colour guidance in realistic scene search

Sara Spotorno, Ben Tatler

78

A time-series eye-fixation analysis of the similarity-compromise effect

in multi-alternative choice

Tsuzuki Takashi, Chiba Itsuki

79

Convincing Conversations: Using a Computer-Based Dialogue System

to Promote a Plant-Based Diet

Emma Zaal, Gregory Mills, Afke Hagen,

Carlijn Huisman, John Hoeks

 

80

Do you forgive past mistakes of virtual assistant? A study on changing

impressions of virtual character when using its assistance multiple times

 

Masahide Yuasa

 

81

Decoding Partner Type in Human-Agent Negotiation using functional MRI

Eunkyung Kim, Jared Gilbert, Charlotte

Horowitz, Jonathan Gratch, Jonas Kaplan, Morteza Dehghani

 

82

Compound effects of expectations and actual behaviors in human-

agent interaction: Experimental investigation using the Ultimatum Game

 

Yugo Hayashi, Ryo Okada

83

How infants map nonce phrases to scenes with objects and

predicates.

Angelica Buerkin-Pontrelli, Daniel Swingley

84

The effect of acute physical activity on children’s memory for

language

Carla Pastorino Campos, John Williams

 

85

The acquisition of verb morphology in Polish and Finnish: Model and experiment

Felix Engelmann, Joanna Kolak, Sonia

Granlund, Ben Ambridge, Julian Pine, Anna Theakston, Elena Lieven

 

86

What Do We Learn from Dyslexia and Second Language Learners on

the Difference Between Long-term Frequency and Short-term Sequence Repetition Effects?

Eva Kimel, Itay Lieder, Luba Daikhin, Hilla Jacoby, Atalia Hai Weiss, Merav Ahissar

87

Discourse continuity promotes children’s learning of new objects

labels

Jessica F. Schwab, Casey Lew-Williams

88

Children Learn Words Better From One Storybook Illustration at a Time

Zoe Flack, Jessica Horst

89

Gestural Hesitation Reveals Children’s Competence on Multimodal

Communication: Emergence of Disguised Adaptor

Kazuki Sekine

90

Pragmatic aspects of spatial language acquisition and use across

languages

Myrto Grigoroglou, Megan Johanson, Anna

Papafragou

91

Is infants’ mutual exclusivity response based on preference to novelty

or non-name of an object?

Qinmei Xu, Ye Tao, Yuyan Wang, Jon-Fan

Hu

92

Exploring the relations between oral language and reading

instruction in a computational model of reading

Ya-Ning Chang, J. S. H. Taylor, Kathleen

Rastle, Padraic Monaghan

93

The Meanings of Morality: Investigating the psychometric properties

of distributed representations of latent moral concepts

Joe Hoover, Katie Horton, Morteza

Dehghani

94

Path salience in motion events from verbal and visual languages

Neil Cohn, Vivian Wong, Kaitlin Pederson,

Ryan Taylor

95

Head and Heart Metaphors for Moral Decision Making: Conceptual

or Communicative?

Rose K. Hendricks, Paul H. Thibodeau

96

When reading is harder than a mother kucker: Top-down effects of

the taboo-ness on novel word pronunciation

Sarah Kucker, Lynn Perry

97

Solving the Puzzle to Reach the Summit: Using Metaphor to Gauge

Public Perceptions of Science

Paul Thibodeau, Stephen Flusberg, Kevin

Holmes

 

98

Weight matters: The role of physical weight in non-physical language across age and culture

Tomer Ullman, Santiago Alonso-Diaz,

Stephen Ferrigno, Sarina Zahid, Celeste Kidd

 

99

Refuting Overconfidence: Refutation Texts Prevent Detrimental Effects

of Misconceptions on Text Comprehension and Metacomprehension Accuracy in the Domain of Statistics

 

Anja Prinz, Stefanie Golke, Jörg Wittwer

100

Anticipation Effect after Implicit Distributional Learning

Danlei Chen, Carol Jew, Benjamin Zinszer,

Rajeev Raizada

101

Discovering simple heuristics from mental simulation

Frederick Callaway, Jessica Hamrick, Tom

Griffiths

102

Boosting Knowledge-Building with Cognitive Dialog Games

Jonathan Herberg, Ilker Yengin, Praveena

Satkunarajah, Margaret Tan

103

Algebra is not like trivia: Evaluating self-assessment in an online math

tutor

Rachel Jansen, Anna Rafferty, Tom Griffiths

104

Investigating the predictions of a memory-based account of

statistical learning

Sandrine Girard, Erik Thiessen

105

Practicing an auditory working memory task recruits lower-level

auditory areas in a task-specific manner

Tamar Malinovitch, Philippe Albouy, Merav

Ahissar, Robert Zatorre

106

Probability matching as a cognitive basis of cultural drift

Vanessa Ferdinand

107

People toss coins with more vigor when the stakes are higher

Gregory Dam

108

Three-Way Bindings in Associative Recognition

Hyungwook Yim, Adam Osth, Vladimir

Sloutsky, Simon Dennis

109

Exploring Functions of Working Memory Related to Fluid Intelligence:

Coordination and Relational Integration

Joel Edward Bateman, Damian Patrick

Birney, Vanessa Loh

110

Don’t forget to bind: Memory binding and interference in

development

Kevin Darby, Vladimir Sloutsky

111

Representing the Richness of Linguistic Structure in Models of Episodic

Memory

Melody Dye, Michael Ramscar, Michael

Jones

112

Simple and Complex Working Memory Tasks Allow Similar Benefits of

Information Compression

Fabien Mathy, Mustapha Chekaf, Nelson

Cowan

113

Rationalizing subjective probability distortions

Nisheeth Srivastava, Ed Vul

114

Peculiarity doesn’t trump ordinarity: On recognition memory for

exceptions to the category rule

Olivera Savic, Vladimir Sloutsky

115

Comparison strategies in the change detection task are influenced

by task demands.

Rob Udale, Simon Farrell, Chris Kent

116

Repetition improves memory by strengthening existing traces:

Evidence from paired-associate learning under midazolam

Vencislav Popov, Lynne Reder

117

Tangible rhythm: Sensorimotor representations of metrical structure

and learning musical rhythm with gesture

Courtney Hilton, Micah Goldwater, Michael

Jacobson

118

How does Music Reading Expertise Modulate Visual Processing of

English Words? An ERP study

Tze Kwan Li, Hei Yan Veronica Chan, Luhe

Li, Janet H. Hsiao

119

Recruitment of the motor system in the perception of handwritten

and typed characters

Chelsea Gordon, Ramesh

Balasubramaniam

120

Dynamic and multiplexed networks for working memory

Elizabeth Johnson, Robert Knight

121

Biological and Artificial Perspectives on Metacognition

Katherine Wagner

122

Hand, spoon or toothbrush? Towards the understanding of the neural

underpinnings of affective touch in 5 months-old infants.

Laura Pirazzoli, Sarah Lloyd-Fox, Mark H.

Johnson, Teodora Gliga

 

123

 

Neural Phase Synchrony on Understanding Meanings of Symbols

Masayuki Fujiwara, Takashi Hashimoto,

Guanhong Li, Jiro Okuda, Takeshi Konno, Kazuyuki Samejima, Junya Morita

124

The Cognitive Architecture of Recursion: Behavioral and fMRI

Evidence from the Visual, Musical and Motor Domains

Mauricio de Jesus Dias Martins

125

An fNIRS Hyperscanning Study on Brain-Brain Interactions of a Dyad

during a Joint Sentence Reading Task

Erdinc Isbilir, Murat Perit Cakir, Fred

Cummins, Hasan Ayaz

126

Everyday object affordance enhances automatic inhibitory control:

an ERP study

Stefania Righi, Giorgio Gronchi, Lapo

Pierguidi, Maria Pia Viggiano

127

The Influence of Speaker’s Gaze on Sentence Comprehension: An

ERP Investigation

Torsten Jachmann, Heiner Drenhaus, Maria

Staudte, Matthew Crocker

128

Word retrieval decline in midlife: a voxel-based morphometry study

Vanja Kljajevic

129

A Plausible Micro Neural Circuit for Decision-Making

Hui Wei, Dawei Dai, Yijie Bu

130

The Structure of Goal Systems Predicts Human Performance

David Bourgin, Falk Lieder, Daniel Reichman, Nimrod Talmon, Tom Griffiths

 

131

Which test to perform? Modeling utility of medical tests: information gain, patient risk and financial costs

Clara Schirren, Stefanie C. Hautz, Wolf E.

Hautz, Juliane E. Kämmer, Björn Meder, Jonathan D. Nelson

 

132

Measuring Demand Avoidance with the Demand Selection Task: Challenges and Opportunities

Ion Juvina, Jeffrey Nador, Othalia Larue,

Randall Green, Brandon Minnery, Assaf Harel

133

The spontaneous creation of systems of conventions

Jennifer Misyak, Nick Chater

134

The dilution effect: Conversational basis and witness reliability

Jens Koed Madsen, Ulrike Hahn, Marion

Vorms

135

Enhancing metacognitive reinforcement learning using reward structures and feedback

Paul Krueger, Falk Lieder, Tom Griffiths

136

How does of initial inaccuracy benefit cross-situational word learning?

Chris Grimmick, George Kachergis, Todd

Gureckis

137

Want to prime exercise? Calorie labels work better than activity ones!

Dawn Liu, Marie Juanchihch

138

How reactivation strength affects memory updating

Scully Iiona, Hupbach Almut

139

Disambiguating Disfluencies: What Do Speech Disfluencies Tell Us

About Speech Production?

Mikhail Sokolov, John Logan

140

Document Similarity Misjudgment by LSA: Misses vs. False Positives

Kyung Hun Jung, Eric Ruthruff, Timothy

Goldsmith

141

Judging Magnitude: Is there a Common Cognitive System for

Different Types of Magnitude Judgments?

Rylan J. Waring, Lana M. Trick

142

Influences of the Matching Effects of Cognitive and Emotional Factors on Attitude Change

Tung-Cheng Wu, Jon-Fan Hu, Shu-Ling Peng

143

Children’s reasoning about data sets

Amy Masnick, Bradley Morris, Christopher

Was

144

Perceived Difficulty of Moral Dilemmas Depends on Their Causal

Structure: A Formal Model and Preliminary Results

Barbara Kuhnert, Felix Lindner, Martin

Bentzen, Marco Ragni

145

Reasons and the “Motivated Reasoning Effect”

Cristina Ballarini, Steven Sloman

146

Moral Judgments in Trolley Like Dilemmas: An Eye-Tracking Study

Vjeran Keric, Evgeniya Hristova

147

Reasoning ability predicts irrational worldview but not conspiracy

belief

Jan Jastrzebski, Adam Chuderski

148

Biases and labeling in iterative pragmatic reasoning

Jon Stevens

149

Do forgiving God primes strengthen support for state sanctioned

punishment?

Katherine O’Lone, Ryan McKay

150

Determinants of judgments of explanatory power: Credibility,

Generalizability, and Causal Framing

Matteo Colombo, Leandra Bucher, Jan

Sprenger

151

Rational and Semi-Rational Explanations of the Conjunction Fallacy: A

Polycausal Approach

Momme von Sydow

152

Abductive, Causal, and Counterfactual Conditionals Under

Incomplete Probabilistic Knowledge

Niki Pfeifer, Leena Tulkki

153

Instruction type and believability influence on metareasoning in a

base rate task

Pavle Valerjev, Marin Dujmović

154

Computational Modelling of Embodied Semantic Cognition: A Deep

Learning Approach

Ajitesh Ghose, Rick Cooper

155

Mouse Tracking Shows Attraction to Alternative Targets While

Grounding Spatial Relations

Jonas Lins, Gregor Schoener

156

To organize or not to organize? Examining biases in search strategies

using Lego building blocks

Mona Zhu, Kimberley Yuen, Evan Risko

157

Can Illness be Bright? Metaphor comprehension depends on linguistic

and embodied factors

Pei Q Liu, Louise Connell, Dermot Lynott