Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

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Johanna D. Moore, Jill Fain Lehman
Psychology Press, 1995 - 800 Seiten
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This volume features the complete text of all regular papers, posters, and summaries of symposia presented at the 17th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
 

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PLENARY ADDRESSES
1
Production System Models of Complex Cognition
9
Brain Imaging and its Impact on the Development of Cognitive Science
15
Using NonCognate Interlexical Homographs to Study Bilingual Memory Organization
31
Semantic and Associative Priming in a Distributed Attractor Network
37
Evidence for Subitizing as a StimulusLimited Processing Phenomenon
43
The ACTR Theory and Visual Attention
61
A Design Perspective
78
The Temporality Effect in Thinking about What Might Have Been
385
Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Educational Methods
403
Can MiddleSchool Students Learn to Reason Statistically Through Simulation Activities?
409
Causality and Induction
425
Processes Underlying Similarity and Probability Judgment
443
Structural and Thematic Alignments in Similarity Judgments
460
Two Layer Digital RAAM
478
Dynamic Environments
494

Cognitive Science and Two Images of the Person
96
Lexical Semantics
112
Predicating Nominal Compounds
130
A Model of Practice Related Shifts in the Locus of Brain Activity During Verbal
136
A Model of Visually Guided Plasticity of the Auditory Spatial Map in the Barn Owl
154
A Connectionist Model
170
People Care but Concept Learning
188
The Case of an Impossible Problem
206
Acquisition and Change
224
Lexical Change as Nonlinear Interpolation
242
Effects of Background on Subgoal Learning
259
Integration of Anomalous Data in Multicausal Explanations
277
Concept Learning II
293
The Spontaneous Use of Perceptual Representations during Conceptual Processing
310
A Computational Approach
316
Question Answering in the Context of Illustrated Expository Text
334
A Theory of the Multiple Roles of Diagnosis in Collaborative Problem Solving Discourse
352
A Connectionist Model of Instruction Following
369
Components of Dynamic Skill Acquistion
506
Causal Structure in Categorization
521
Towards an ObjectOriented Language for Cognitive Modelling
556
Learning through
574
Exploring the Continuum of Unit Size in Word Identification
607
A Shared Task Model
613
A Cognitive Parser
631
Parsing and Recovery
648
Steps Toward Realtime Natural Language Processing
666
Why Semantics Lags Behind Phonology in Word Identification
683
A Model of Conversation Processing Based on Micro Conversational Events
698
A DualRoute Model that Learns to Pronounce English Words
715
Mental Models and Rule Rephrasing
720
To Help or Not to Help
736
Bridging the Conceptual Gap
754
Does HypothesisInstruction Improve Learning?
771
Effects of CategoryLearning on CategorizationAn Analysis of InferenceBased
786
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Über den Autor (1995)

Johanna D. Moore is Director of the Human Communication Research Centre at the University of Edinburgh.

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