This year, UC Merced’s Cognitive Science group is bringing almost two dozen presentations to the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, in Quebec City, likely placing it among the best-represented universities at the conference. In 2013, we were also highly ranked, including ranking #1 among hundreds of institutions in overall presentations when including papers and posters.
bold = UCM graduate student
underline = UCM undergraduate student
+ = UCM postdoc
italics = UCM faculty
Abney, D.H., Kerster, B., & Kello, C.T. The time course of visuospatial information in drawing from memory.
Chiu, E. M., Rigoli, L. M., & Spivey, M. J. Eye-tracking investigation of visual search strategies when mediated by language.
Cleary, A., Donlon, J., Heit, E., Hoadley, C., Namy, L., Tang, A., & Tuller, B. Applying for national science foundation funding in cognitive science: cognition, computation, development, education, and neuroscience. (workshop)
Gann+, T. M. & Matlock, T. The semantics of climate change and global warming.
Gordon, C., Anderson, S., & Spivey, M. Judge is more central to Justice than Justice: How font can influence the way concepts are accessed.
Greenwood, M. G., Spivey, M. J. Real-time perspective taking: when your decision is influenced through visual competition.
Jennings, C. D. Attention and perceptual organization.
Livins, K. A., & Doumas, L. A. A. Recognizing relations: What can be learned from considering complexity.
Livins, K. A., Spivey, M. J., & Doumas, L. A. A. Shaping relations: The effects of visuospatial priming on category learning.
Matthews, J.L. & Matlock, T. (2014). Bridging the gap between spatial and social reasoning: A look at social distance and estimated caloric expenditure.
Noelle, D. C. & Ray, J. Robotic learning of the delayed saccade task using a neurally inspired adaptive working memory system.
Paxton, A., & Dale, R. Leveraging linguistic content and debater traits to predict debate outcomes.
Paxton, A., Abney, D, Kello, C. T., & Dale, R. Network analysis of multimodal, multiscale coordination in dyadic problem solving.
Paxton, A., Roche, J. M., Ibarra, A., & Tanenhaus, M. K. Failure to (mis)communicate: Linguistic convergence, lexical choice, and communicative success in dyadic problem solving.
Rodny, J., & Kello, C. T. Learning and variability in spiking neural networks.
Spevack, S., Spivey, M. J., Huette, S. How do we get negation without symbols?
Szary, J. K., Chiu, E. M., Balasubramaniam, R. Tap it out: Exploring the role of crossmodal feedback on rhythmic sequence production.
Szary, J., & Dale, R. Collaborative memory constraints: Familiarity, cooperation, and individual skill.
Tabatabaeian, M., Dale, R., & Duran, N. Facilitation in dishonesty is subject to task constraints.
Vinson, D. W. & Dale, R. Valence weakly constrains the information density of messages.
Yoshimi, J. Narrowing the explanatory gap with bridge metaphors.