36th CogSci 2014:
Quebec City, Canada
, James Donlon
, Evan Heit
, Chris Hoadley
, Laura L. Namy
, Akaysha Tang
, Betty Tuller
: Applying for National Science Foundation Funding in Cognitive Science: Cognition, Computation, Development, Education, and Neuroscience.
: Computational Modeling of Cognition-Emotion Interactions: Relevance to Mechanisms of Affective Disorders and Therapeutic Action.
: Growth Curve Analysis: A Hands-On Tutorial on Using Multilevel Regression to Analyze Time Course Data.
, Mark T. Keane
, Jeffrey Loewenstein
, Phil Maguire
, Rebecca Maguire
, Ross May
, Martin Smith-Rodden
, Ivan Ash
, Edward Munnich
, Michael Andrew Ranney
: Triangulating Surprise: Expectations, Uncertainty, and Making Sense.
, Esther Walker
, Tyler Marghetis
, Andrea Bender
, Sieghard Beller
, Mahesh Srinivasan
, David Barner
, Julio Santiago
, Benjamin Bergen
, Rafael Núñez
, Daniel Casasanto
, Lera Boroditsky
: Origins of time: New insights into the psychological foundations of time.
: The task-oriented approach in psychology: a solution to Fodor's problem.
: Dependencies and Hierarchical Structure in Sentence Processing.
: Cognitive Biology: Surprising Model Organisms for Cognitive Science.
: Choice Deferral in Models of Preference Accumulation.
: Copying equations to assess mathematical competence: An evaluation of pause measures using graphical protocol analysis.
, Stephen Maher
: Comprehending action in depicted paths: Evidence from the cognition of motion lines in visual narratives.
, Udo Hahn
: An Empirically Grounded Approach to Extend the Linguistic Coverage and Lexical Diversity of Verbal Probabilities.
Michael C. Frank
: Modeling the dynamics of classroom education using teaching games.
: Typical use of quantifiers: A probabilistic speaker model.
: Problem Solving: What are the Important Questions?
Karrie E. Godwin
, Anna V. Fisher
: Selective Sustained Attention, the Visual Environment, and Learning in Kindergarten-age Children: Preliminary Results of an Individual Difference Study.
Linus Ta-Lun Huang
: The Nativist Input Problem: Why Evolutionary Psychology Still Can't Explain Human Intelligence.
, Taiji Ueno
: Contribution of sublexical information to word meaning: An objective approach using latent semantic analysis and corpus analysis on predicates.