Poster Session 3

Poster Session 3

(Monarch Suite, Saturday July 29, 1:20pm – 2:50pm)

Space

Title

Author(s)

1

The Stroop Effect From a Mixture of Reading Processes: A Fixed-Point Analysis

Gabriel Tillman, Zachary Howard, Paul Garret, Ami Eidels

2

Goal-Directed Deployment of Attention in a Computational Model:

A Study in Multiple-Object Tracking

Andrew Lovett, Will Bridewell, Paul Bello

3

Scarcity impairs online detection and prospective memory

Brandon Tomm, Jiaying Zhao

4

Brief Mindfulness Meditation Improves Attention in Novices

Catherine Norris, Daniel Creem

5

A Computational Model of the Role of Attention in Subitizing and Enumeration

Gordon Briggs, Will Bridewell, Paul Bello

6

Recently rewarded task-irrelevant stimuli do not distract 2-year-olds during visual search

Hayley K Smith, Erik Blaser, Zsuzsa Kaldy

7

A Model-based Approach for Assessing Attentional Biases in People with Depressive Symptoms

Isa Rutten, Wouter Voorspoels, Ernst H. W. Koster, Wolf Vanpaemel

8

The effect of binaural beats on inhibition

Kimery Levering, Molly Poinan, Kristin Jay

9

What can Hand Movements Tell us about Audience Engagement?

Lida Theodorou, Patrick Healey

10

What’s on your wandering mind? The content of mind wandering during text- and film comprehension

Myrthe Faber, Sidney DMello

11

Children’s EEG Indices of Directed Attention during Somatosensory

Anticipation: Relations with Executive Function

Staci Meredith Weiss, Peter Marshall

12

Dual-routes and the cost of computing least-costs

Steven Phillips, Yuji Takeda, Fumie Sugimoto

13

The Impact of Presentation Order on Category Learning Strategies: Behavioral Data and Self-Reports

Christina Zeller, Ute Schmid

14

Learning Relational Concepts through Unitary versus Compositional

Representations

Daniel Corral, Matt Jones

15

From Concrete Examples to Abstract Relations: A model-based neuroscience approach to how people learn new categories

Gareth Roberts, Micah Goldwater, Evan Livesey, Josue Giron, Tyler Davis

16

Children’s use of lexical flexibility to structure new noun categories

Mahesh Srinivasan, Catherine Berner, Hugh

Rabagliati

17

A Preliminary P-Curve Meta-Analysis of Learned Categorical Perception Research

Janet Andrews, Joshua de Leeuw, Calais Larson, Xiaoqing Xu

18

Shaping the Dynamics of Category Learning in Infants and Adults by

Varying Learning Context

Jelena Sucevic, Nadja Althaus, Kim Plunkett

 

19

Relations Between Intuitive Biological Thought and Scientific Misconceptions

John Coley, Nicole Betz, Jessica Leffers, Yian Xu, Michal Fux, Kristin de Nesnera, Kimberly

Tanner

20

PACKER: An Exemplar Model of Category Generation

Nolan Conaway, Joseph Austerweil

21

Generalizing novel names in comparison settings: role of conceptual distance during learning and at test

Jean-Pierre Thibaut, Arnaud Witt

22

Bridging a Conceptual Divide: How Peer Collaboration Facilitates

Science Learning

Andrew Shtulman, Andrew Young

23

Children’s Reasoning about Geometric Footprints

Christopher Young, Alana Foley, Susan Levine

24

One-shot Learning and Classification in Children

Eliza kosoy, Brenden Lake, Josh Tenenbaum

25

Executive Functions and Academic Achievement in a High-Poverty Sample

Gill A. Francis, Zewelanji Serpell, Teresa Parr, Michelle R. Ellefson

26

Aging of the Exploring Mind: Older Adults Deviate more from

Optimality in Complex Choice Environments

Job Schepens, Ralph Hertwig, Wouter van

den Bos

27

Extraneous visual noise facilitates word learning

Katherine Twomey, Lizhi Ma, Gert Westermann

28

How does social touch modulate arousal states? An investigation in

early development.

Laura Pirazzoli, Emily Jones, Teodora Gliga,

Mark H. Johnson

29

Statistical Learning Contributions to Semantic Knowledge Development

Layla Unger, Anna Fisher, Robert Powers

30

A Unified Model of Speech and Tool Use Early Development

Sébastien Forestier, Pierre-Yves Oudeyer

31

Pre-term infants exhibit impaired prediction and learning in Audio- Visual association paradigm

Sagi Jaffe-Dax, Alex M Boldin, Nathaniel D Daw, Lauren L Emberson

 

32

Risk, Cognitive Control, and Adolescence. Challenging the Dual Systems Model

Joanna Fryt, Tomasz Smolen, Karolina Czernecka, Amelia La Torre, Monika

Szczygie-

33

It’s Time: Quantifying the Relevant Timescales for Joint Attention

Drew Abney, Linda Smith, Chen Yu

34

Understanding The Role of Perception in the Evolution of Human

Language

Isaac Davis

35

Construction of design activity index based on the value of artifact

Kunio Nikata, Kentaro Inomata, Toru Sato,

Keigo Kawasaki, Noriko Nagata

36

Knowledge partitioning in forecasting

Lee-Xieng Yang, Tzu-Hsi Lee

37

Context reduces coercion costs – Evidence from eyetracking during

reading

Oliver Bott

38

Causal asymmetry and the intuitive physics of collision events

Ralf Mayrhofer, Michael Waldmann

39

Cognition Influencing Auditory Perception in SLD Children: Revisiting

the Models of Auditory Processing

Saransh Jain, N.P. Nataraja

40

Is Neurocomputational Self-Organization a Core Mechanism of AGI

Systems?

Spyridon Revithis

41

The paradox of relational development is not universal: Abstract

reasoning develops differently across cultures

Alexandra Carstensen, Caren Walker

42

The Causal Frame Problem: An Algorithmic Perspective

Ardavan Salehi Nobandegani, Ioannis N.

Psaromiligkos

43

The Role of Causality in Temporal Binding: Evidence for an

Intentional Boost

Daniel Shiloh, Peter White, Marc Buehner

 

44

Learning to Consider Alternative Causes: Can Practice Make Us More Aware of Our Imperfection?

Edward Munnich, Ana Maria Hoffmann,

Nancy Ortega, Emma Weinberger, Dana-Lis Bittner, Jacqueline Tiongco, Jasmine West

45

Explanatory Completeness: Evidence from Causal Chains

Joanna Korman, Sangeet Khemlani

46

Motor Fluency Effects on Causal Judgment: The Role of Grip-

Strength Asymmetries and Spatial-Numeric Associations

Kelly Goedert, Daniel Czarnowski

47

“Oops, I did it again.” The impact of frequent behaviour on causal

judgement.

Lara Kirfel, David Lagnado

48

Estimating Causal Power between Binary Cause and Continuous

Outcome

Motoyuki Saito, Patricia Cheng

49

Identifying Causal Direction in the Two-Variable Case

Pablo León-Villagrá, Christopher Lucas

50

Analytic knowledge for constructing useable empirical causal knowledge: Two experiments on preschoolers

Patricia Cheng, Mimi Liljeholm, Catherine Sandhofer

51

The Causal Sampler: A Sampling Approach to Causal

Representation, Reasoning, and Learning

Zachary Davis, Bob Rehder

52

Does a present bias influence exploratory choice?

Alexander S Rich, Todd M Gureckis

 

53

Dependent Choices in Employee Selection: Modeling Choice Compensation and Consistency

Antonia Krefeld-Schwalb, Benjamin

Scheibehenne, Jörg Rieskamp, Nicolas Berkowitsch

54

Pupil Dilation and Cognitive Reflection as Predictors of Performance

on the Iowa Gambling Task

Boban Simonovic, Edward Stupple, Maggie

Gale, David Sheffield

55

Architectural process models of decision making: Towards a model

database

Cvetomir Dimov, Julian Marewski, Lael

Schooler

56

On an effective and efficient method for exploiting “wisdom of

crowds in one mind”

Itsuki Fujisaki, Hidehito Honda, Kazuhiro Ueda

57

An Investigation of Factors that Influence Resource Allocation

Decisions

Percy Mistry, Jennifer Trueblood

58

Priors, informative cues and ambiguity aversion

Lauren Kennedy, Amy Perfors, Daniel

Navarro

59

Hierarchical Processing of Response Production and Categorisation

Liusha He, Rick Cooper

60

How to communicate uncertainty in severe weather forecasts?

Nadine Fleischhut, Stefan Herzog, Ralph

Hertwig

61

The Price of Fear: Developing a behavioural assessment of fear-

related avoidance incorporating dynamic response measures.

Santiago Garcia-Guerrero, Denis O’Hora,

Arkady Zgonnikov

62

Failure to use probability of success in deciding whether to pursue one goal or two.

Warren James, Alasdair Clarke, Amelia Hunt

 

63

 

Desires influence 4- to 6-year-old children’s probabilistic judgments

Adrienne Wente, Mariel Goddu, Elyanah

Posner, Teresa Garcia, María Fernández Flecha, Alison Gopnik

64

Why Teach How Things Work? Tracking the Evolution of Children’s

Intuitions About Complexity

Emmanuel Trouche, Aaron Chuey, Kristi

Lockhart, Frank Keil

65

An Exploratory Study of the Influence of Pretend Play on Children’s

Self-Regulation and Language Skills

Tanya Paes, Michelle Ellefson

66

Interactive and embodied repair: Displaying, recognizing, and

negotiating misalignment in an emerging language context

Ashley Micklos

67

The tortoise wins only when the race is long: How the task

environment changes the behavior of Tetris models

Catherine Sibert, Wayne Gray

68

The Impact of Decision Agency & Granularity on Aptitude Treatment

Interaction in Tutoring

Guojing Zhou, Min Chi

69

Rank Aggregation and Belief Revision Dynamics

Igor Volzhanin, Ulrike Hahn, Dell Zhang,

Stephan Hartmann

70

Modelling conceptual change as foraging for explanations on an

epistemic landscape

Ismo Koponen, Tommi Kokkonen

71

The development of turn-taking: Pre-schoolers may predict what you

will say, but they don’t use those predictions to plan a reply.

Laura Lindsay, Chiara Gambi, Hugh

Rabagliati

72

Thinking and Guessing: Bayesian and Empirical Models of How

Humans Search

Marta Kryven, Tomer Ullman, William Cowan,

Josh Tenenbaum

73

Co-ordinating Non-mutual Realities: The Asymmetric Impact of Delay

on Video-Mediated Music Lessons

Sam Duffy, Patrick Healey

74

Legal HARKing: theoretical grounding in interaction research

Saul Albert, J.P. De Ruiter

75

The development of interpersonal regret and its relation to prosocial

choice

Teresa McCormack, Brian Uprichard

76

Do we see things better when we know grammar?

Fenna Poletiek, Maartje Van de Velde

77

Memory of relative magnitude judgments informs absolute

identification

Nisheeth Srivastava

78

Effects of Delayed Language Exposure on Spatial Language

Acquisition by Signing Children and Adults

Dilay Z. Karadöller, Beyza Sumer, Asli Ozyurek

79

Mutual Exclusivity Revisited – When Pragmatics overrides Novelty

Hanna Marno, Dan Sperber

80

Picture book reading in the lives of 18-30 month old children: A diary

study

Jessica Montag, Linda Smith

81

Word-object associations are non-selective in infants and young

children

Ming Yean Sia, Julien Mayor

82

The Sufficiency Principle: Predicting when children will regularize

inconsistent language variation

Kathryn D. Schuler, Jaclyn E. Horowitz,

Charles Yang, Elissa L. Newport

83

Is Structural Priming in Children Facilitated by Interactions between Animacy and Syntax?

Leone Buckle, Anna Theakston, Elena Lieven

84

Language as a process: An exploration among pre-adolescent

Chinese EFLs

Hing Yi Wong, Susanna Yeung, Wen Chung

Wang, Chi Wing Yip

85

Cascading effect of context and competition on novel word

learning

Sarah Kucker, Aaron Bagley

86

Comprehension of Chinese Classifiers in Preschool Children

Yu-Han Luo, Jon-Fan Hu

87

Case Markers Facilitate Abstraction of Syntax among Mandarin-

speaking preschoolers

Dong-Bo Hsu

88

You can take a noun out of syntax…: Syntactic similarity effects in

lexical priming

Nicholas Lester, Laurie Feldman, Fermin

Moscoso del Prado Martin

89

The Long and Short of It: The Role of Verb Stem Vowel Duration in

Sentence Processing

Gwendolyn Rehrig, Sten Knutsen, Nicolaus

Schrum, Paul de Lacy, Karin Stromswold

90

Semantic ambiguity effects: A matter of time?

Joyse Medeiros, Blair Armstrong

91

Age differences in language comprehension during driving:

Recovery from prediction errors is more effortful for older adults

Katja Häuser, Vera Demberg, Jutta Kray

92

Disentangling perceptual and linguistic factors in parsing: Tone

monitoring via ERPs

David J. Lobina, Josep Demestre, Jose E.

Garcia-Albea

93

Cumulative response probabilities: Estimating time course of lexical

activation from single-point response times

Sahil Luthra, James Magnuson

94

Prediction and uncertainty in an artificial language

Tal Linzen, Noam Siegelman, Louisa Bogaerts

95

Respecting UP and Despising DOWN: Emotional and Body-based

Image in Japanese Verbs

Tomohiro Taira

 

96

The Effect of CSAL AutoTutor on Deep Comprehension of Text in Low-Literacy Adult Readers

Anne Lippert, Breya Walker, Raven Davis, Qinyu Cheng, Zhiqiang Cai, Danielle

Clewley, Genghu Shi, Arthur Graesser

97

Decomposability and Frequency in the Hindi/Urdu Number System

Chundra Cathcart

98

Is gender-fair langauge needed? How grammatical gender

influences representations of discourse referents

Evelyn Ferstl, Lena Dietsche

99

The role of talker similarity in the perceptual learning of L2 tone

categories

Jing Shao, Joanna Chor Yan Mak, Caicai

Zhang

100

The Impact of Population Structure on Models of Language Change

Jordan Kodner, Christopher Cerezo Falco

101

The influence of word-order harmony on structural priming in artificial

languages

Kenny Smith, Olga Feher, Jennifer Culbertson

102

Global consequences of local complexity: evidence from recall of

visually presented nonwords

Mackenzie Young, Colin Wilson

103

Generalized Representation of Syntactic Structures

Reihane Boghrati, Kate Johnson, Morteza

Dehghani

104

After braking comes hasting: reversed effects of indirect associations

in 2nd and 4th graders

Nicole Franke, André Rölke, Ralph R.

Radach, Markus J. Hofmann

105

Word order rules in business name binomials

Samuel Spevack, Patricia Lichtenstein,

Stephanie Shih

106

The cultural evolution of complex linguistic constructions in artificial

sign languages

Yasamin Motamedi, Marieke Schouwstra,

Jennifer Culbertson, Kenny Smith, Simon Kirby

107

Beyond Almost-Sure Termination

Thomas Icard

108

Projecting space into the future: peripersonal space remaps in

anticipation of an object manipulation

Anna Belardinelli, Johannes Lohmann, Martin

Butz

109

Effect of Touch-produced Sounds on Surface Texture Perception

Jinhwan Kwon, Suguru Hata, Natsumi

Komoto, Maki Sakamoto

110

The Perceived Duration of Vast Spaces

Devin Gill, Jeanine Stefanucci

111

Modality Differences in Timing: Testing the Pacemaker Speed

Explanation

Emily Williams, Andrew Stewart, Luke Jones

112

The Effect of Economic Scarcity Priming on Perception of Race

Dariusz Lukasz Pilucik, Jens Koed Madsen

113

Auditory and Visual Contributions to Multisensory Integration

Jessica Parker, Chris Robinson

114

Facial Motor Information is Sufficient for Identity Recognition

Jonathan Vitale, Benjamin Johnston, Mary-

Anne Williams

115

Perception Meets Examination: Studying Deceptive Behaviors in VR

Carla Aravena, Mark Vo, Tao Gao, Takaaki

Shiratori, Lap-Fai Yu

116

Does banana spontaneously activate yellow color? Color-related

concepts help with color discrimination

Lionel Brunel, Philippe Servajean, Loic

Heurley, Nicolas Vermeulen

117

Thinking inside the box: Motion prediction in contained spaces uses

simulation

Kevin Smith, Filipe Peres, Edward Vul, Joshua

Tenebaum

118

Alternation blindness in the perception of binary sequences

Ru Qi Yu, Daniel Osherson, Jiaying Zhao

119

Developing Visual Closure in Infancy

Samuel Forbes, Kim Plunkett

120

ASR Systems as Models of Phonetic Category Perception in Adults

Thomas Schatz, Francis Bach, Emmanuel

Dupoux

121

Objections to Computationalism. A Short Survey

Marcin Mi-kowski

122

Against the group actor assumption in joint action research

Ed Baggs, Ed Baggs

123

Resolving Two Tensions in 4E Cognition Using Wide Computationalism

Luke Kersten, Joe Dewhurst, George Deane

124

Instrumental Representations of Sensorimotor Control:

Representations at Immediate Level

Hsi-wen Liu

125

How could a rational analysis model explain?

Samuli Reijula

 

126

 

Robot as Moral Agent: A Philosophical and Empirical Approach

Shoji Nagataki, Masayoshi Shibata, Tatsuya

Kashiwabata, Takashi Hashimoto, Takeshi

Konno, Hideki Ohira, Toshihiko Miura, Shinichi Kubota

127

Beliefs about sparsity affect causal experimentation

Anna Coenen, Neil Bramley, Azzurra Ruggeri,

Todd Gureckis

128

Equiprobability principle or “no changeâ€- principle? Examining

reasoning in the Monty Hall Dilemma using unequal probabilities

Bruce Burns

129

Is it fair? Textual effects on the salience of moral foundations

Eyal Sagi

130

The Neural Mechanisms of Relational Reasoning: Dissociating

Representational Types

Julia Wertheim, Marco Ragni

131

Belief Updating and Argument Evaluation

Megan D. Bardolph, Seana Coulson

132

Inductive reasoning influences perception of interspecies disease

transmission risk

Micah Goldwater, Molly Ireland, Nick

Gaylord, Jason Van Allan, Tyler Davis

 

133

Influencing Network Graph Perception and Judgment: Effects of Direct Connections, Base Rates, and Visual Layout Proximity on

Social Network Analysis

Rebecca Rhodes, Isaiah Harbison, Nathan Bos, Celeste Paul, Clay Fink, Anthony

Johnson

134

Probability judgement from samples: accurate estimates and the

conjunction fallacy

Rita Howe, Fintan Costello

135

Counterfactual thoughts and judgments about morally good

actions

Shane Timmons, Ruth Byrne

136

Grasping Multisensory Integration: Proprioceptive Capture after

Virtual Object Interactions

Johannes Lohmann, Jakob Gütschow,

Martin V. Butz

137

A theory of the detection and learning of structured representations

of similarity and relative magnitude

Alex Doumas, Aaron Hamer, Guillermo

Puebla-Ramirez, Andrea Martin

 

138

Comparing comparison indices: Assessing the validity of different

magnitude comparison measures across presentation formats and age groups

Marcie Penner-Wilger, Aaron Cecala, Melissa Elfers

139

Interpretation and Processing Time of Generalized Quantifiers: Why

your Mental Space Matters

Alice Ping Ping Tse, Marco Ragni

140

Is ambiguity detection in haptic imagery possible? Evidence for

Enactive imaginings

Wim Pouw, Asimina Aslanidou, Kevin

Kamermans, Fred Paas

141

Speed and accuracy trade-off of semantic composition involving

highlighting and adjustment

Diana Dimitrova, Brian McElree, Petra

Schumacher

142

Semantic vector evaluation and human performance on a new

vocabulary MCQ test

Joseph Levy, John Bullinaria, Samantha

McCormick

 

143

Influence of using 3D images and 3D-printed objects on spatial reasoning of experts and novices

Akihiro Maehigashi, Kazuhisa Miwa, Masahiro Oda, Yoshihiko Nakamura, Kensaku Mori,

Tsuyoshi Igami

144

Representing time in terms of space: Directions of mental timelines in

Norwegian

Andrea Bender, Kristin Sjåfjell, Annelie Rothe-

Wulf, Sieghard Beller

145

Computational modeling of auditory spatial attention

Edward Golob, K. Brent Venable, Jaelle

Scheuerman, Maxwell Anderson

146

Spatial Training and Mathematics: The Moderating Effect of

Handedness

Giovanni Sala, Martina Bolognese, Fernand

Gobet

147

Introducing a New JavaScript Framework for Professional Online

Studies.

Holger Finger, Dorena Diekamp, Caspar

Goeke

148

“The Polar Express” is Bipolar: Critical Film Reviews Influence Uncanny

Valley Phenomenon in Animation Films

Jari Kätsyri

149

Creation of Spatial Mental Models with Figural Stimuli: Validation of

the Emoji-based Spatial Integration Task

Polly O’Rourke, Nick Pandza, Susan

Campbell

150

The relationship between verbal route descriptions and personal

characteristics of empathy

Takatsugu Kojima

151

Pseudoneglect and development: Age-related spatial bias in

bisection and drawing

Yordanka Zafirova, Asenia Giagtzidou, Dara

Vassileva, Elena Andonova

152

The dot perspective task revisited: Evidence for directional effects

Cathleen O’Grady, Thom Scott-Phillips, Suilin

Lavelle, Kenny Smith

153

Towards an Analogical Theory of Mind

Irina Rabkina, Clifton McFate, Ken Forbus,

Christian Hoyos

 

154

Perspective-Taking in Referential Communication: Does Stimulated Attention to Addressee’s Perspective Influence Speakers’ Reference

Production?

Debby Damen, Per van der Wijst, Marije van Amelsvoort, Emiel Krahmer

155

Theory of Mind and Valuation during Cooperation

Michael Spezio, Tessa Rusch, Yuqing Lei,

Vanessa Hayes, Jan Glaescher

156

Inferring Intentional Agents From Violation of Randomness

Yuan Meng, Tom Griffiths, Fei Xu