40th CogSci 2018:
Madison, WI, USA
, Martina A. Rau
, Xiaojin (Jerry) Zhu
, Timothy T. Rogers
: Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, CogSci 2018, Madison, WI, USA, July 25-28, 2018. cognitivesciencesociety.org 2018
, ISBN 978-0-9911967-8-4
: Computational Methods and Systems for the Cognitive Modelling and Support of Creativity and Creative Problem Solving.
Paulo F. Carvalho
: Understanding the Dynamics of Learning: The Case for Studying Interactions.
: Fine-Grained Event Structure Representations for Language: Aspect, Force Dynamics, Mental Spaces.
: Changing Minds Changing Tools: A Learning-Theoretic Approach to Language Acquisition.
: Not Just a Window: Young Children Learn More from In-Person Events than Video-Mediated Events.
: Toward a Resolution of the Debate on the Cognitive Penetrability of Perception.
Kenneth R. Paap
: No coherent evidence for bilingual advantages in executive functioning.
Haley A. Vlach
: Temporal Dynamics of Categorization: Is There a Best of Both Worlds?
: Evaluating Reading Support Systems through Reading Skill Test.
, Hyowon Gweon
: Look, I can do it! Young children forego opportunities to teach others to demonstrate their own competence.
, Craig Chambers
: When criminals blow up... balloons. Associative and combinatorial information in the generation of on-line predictions in language.
, Amy H. Criss
: What's in an Association? The Relationship Between Similarity and Episodic Memory for Associations.
: How to Open the "Window of Attention" in Serial Verb Constructions.
, Pedro Rodriguez
: Partisan Representations: Partisan Differences in Semantic Representations and their Role in Attitude Judgments.
: Towards a Pedagogical Conversational Agent for Collaborative Learning.
, Sashank Varma
: Arithmetic Sense Predicts Children's Mathematical Achievement Better Than Arithmetic Fluency.