Tenth Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference

Sessions

Thursday, July 7

3:30-4:15
Opening Reception, Conference Room
4:15-5:45 Session: Chair—Dave Huber
Anderson, John Using neural imaging to uncover the sequential structure of thought
Filimon, Flavia Perceptual decision making: Disentangling perceptual and motor decisions with event-related fMRI
French, Bob TRACX: A Recognition-based connectionist framework for sequence segmentation and chunk extraction
5:45-6:00 Break
6:00-8:00 Session continued
Herzog, Stefan The benefits of blending cognitive processes within one mind
Huber, Dave Transitions from positive to negative short-term word priming: Familiarity, directionality, and expectation
Jones, Matt The role of attention in motor control
Narens, Louis Putting Steven's methods of magnitude estimation and production on a rigorous measurement-theoretic foundation
8:15
Dinner

Friday, July 8

4:00-4:15
Refreshments and Snacks, Conference Room
4:15-5:45 Session: Chair—Marco Zorzi
Dougherty, Michael Tools to theories and back again: Robust prediction in a monotonic world
Ramsey, Bill Properly understanding dynamicism in Cognitive Science
Reder, Lynne Familiarity of elements affects knowledge formation
5:45-6:00 Break
6:00-8:00 Session continued
Steil, Joachim Where to look next? Proto-objects in a TVA-based computational model of visual attention
Ulanovsky, Nachum Neural codes for space in the hippocampus and entorhinal cortex of bats
Wierzchon, Michael Comparing measures of consciousness in an artificial grammar learning Task
Zorzi, Marco Emergence of a “Visual number sense” in hierarchical generative models
8:15
Dinner

Saturday, July 9

3:45-4:00
Refreshments and Snacks, Conference Room
4:00-6:00 Session: Chair—Rene Zeelenberg
Chambaron-Ginhac, Stephanie Impact of retention interval on implicit food memory
Cheng, Patricia Applying Causal Learning to Mathematics Education
Donkin, Chris The structure of short-term memory scanning: An investigation using response time models
Hendrickson, Drew Is categorical perception really verbally mediated perception?
Hotaling, Jared Planning in multi-stage risky decision-making
6:00-6:15 Break
6:15-8:15 Session continued
Ketels, Shaw Attentional focus and the learning of a complex motor task: The case of snowboarding
Murdock, Ben Trial and error learning
Neville, David Subliminal processing in long-term memory
Sanborn, Adam A rational model of intuitive dynamics
Zeelenberg, Rene The effect of study time distribution on learning and retention: A Goldilocks principle for presentation rate
8:30
Dinner

Sunday, July 10

4:00-4:15
Refreshments and Snacks, Conference Room
4:15-5:45 Session: Chair—Rosie Cowell
Cowell, Rosie What is the blood oxygenation level dependent signal?
Hills, Thomas Modeling executive processing in information search
Sperling, George Measuring both the spatial resolution and the cognitive capacity of visual selective attention
5:45-6:00 Break
6:00-8:00 Session continued
Shiffrin, Richard A dynamic activation model for accuracy and response time in recognition memory
Cox, Greg Modeling recognition of different stimulus classes with a dynamic activation model
Sloutsky, Vladimir Selective attention and categorization: What develops?
Wagenmakers, E.J. A Bayesian test for the ‘Hot Hand’ phenomenon
8:15
Dinner

Monday, July 11

4:00-4:15
Refreshments and Snacks, Conference Room
4:15-5:45 Session: Chair—Eddy Davelaar
Davelaar, Eddy Serial recall in SAM
Dunn, John The effect of feedback delay and feedback type on perceptual category learning: A state-trace analysis
Forstmann, Birte Neural correlates of trial-to-trial fluctuations in response caution
5:45-6:00 Break
6:00-8:00 Session continued
Lewandowski, Stephan SOB-CS: An interference model of complex span
Nelson, Jonathan Optimality, heuristics, and children's sequential information search
Ullman, Shimon Detecting hands: combining learning with innate concepts
Ziegler, Johannes How to say “No” to a nonword: Further explorations of the lexical decision task
8:15
Dinner

Tuesday, July 12

4:00-4:15
Refreshments and Snacks, Conference Room
4:15-5:45 Session: Chair—Brad Love
Jenny, Mirjam The queen of hearts and the ace of spades: Describing conjunctive probability assessment from experience with weighted averaging
Love, Brad Forecasting and classification using absolute and rate information
Oberauer, Klaus Evidence against decay in verbal working memory
5:45-6:00 Break
6:00-8:00 Session continued
Pezzulo, Giovanni Action understanding through the reuse of one's own skills: A computational model
Ramscar, Michael The evolution of noun classification in two Germanic languages
Ratcliff, Roger Speed of processing and individual differences
Weidemann, Christoph Beyond confidence ratings: How can cognitive states be assessed?
8:15
Dinner