Volume 12, Number 1, March 2011
- Shohei Hidaka, Linda B. Smith:
Packing: A geometric analysis of feature selection and category formation.
- Cleotilde Gonzalez, Brad Best, Alice F. Healy, James A. Kole, Lyle E. Bourne Jr.:
A cognitive modeling account of simultaneous learning and fatigue effects.
- Anna M. Borghi, Andrea Di Ferdinando, Domenico Parisi:
Objects, spatial compatibility, and affordances: A connectionist study.
- Fabio Del Missier, Cristiano Crescentini:
Executive control of retrieval in noun and verb generation.
- Daniel N. Cassenti, Scott E. Kerick, Kaleb McDowell:
Observing and modeling cognitive events through event-related potentials and ACT-R.
- Naresh N. Vempala, Anthony S. Maida:
Effects of memory size on melody recognition in a simulation of cohort theory.
- Ramesh Kumar Mishra:
Pierre-Yves Oudeyer, Self-Organization in the Evolution of Speech , Oxford University Press (2006).
Volume 12, Number 2, June 2011
- David Peebles, Richard P. Cooper, Andrew Howes:
- Terrence C. Stewart, Yichuan Tang, Chris Eliasmith:
A biologically realistic cleanup memory: Autoassociation in spiking neurons.
- Roman V. Belavkin, Christian R. Huyck:
Conflict resolution and learning probability matching in a neural cell-assembly architecture.
- David E. Kieras:
The persistent visual store as the locus of fixation memory in visual search tasks.
- Gary Jones:
A computational simulation of children's performance across three nonword repetition tests.
- Roberto Prevete, Giovanni Tessitore, Ezio Catanzariti, Guglielmo Tamburrini:
Perceiving affordances: A computational investigation of grasping affordances.
- J. Gregory Trafton, Erik M. Altmann, Raj M. Ratwani:
A memory for goals model of sequence errors.
- Nicholas A. Gorski, John E. Laird:
Learning to use episodic memory.
- Glenn Gunzelmann, L. Richard Moore, Dario D. Salvucci, Kevin A. Gluck:
Sleep loss and driver performance: Quantitative predictions with zero free parameters.
- Michael D. Lee, Shunan Zhang, Miles Munro, Mark Steyvers:
Psychological models of human and optimal performance in bandit problems.
- David Reitter, Christian Lebiere:
How groups develop a specialized domain vocabulary: A cognitive multi-agent model.
- Natalie Fridman, Gal A. Kaminka:
Towards a computational model of social comparison: Some implications for the cognitive architecture.
- Paul S. Rosenbloom:
Rethinking cognitive architecture via graphical models.
Volume 12, Numbers 3-4, September - December 2011
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- Ute Schmid, Marco Ragni, Cleotilde Gonzalez, Joachim Funke:
The challenge of complexity for cognitive systems.
- Susanne Biundo, Pascal Bercher, Thomas Geier, Felix Müller, Bernd Schattenberg:
Advanced user assistance based on AI planning.
- Ute Schmid, Emanuel Kitzelmann:
Inductive rule learning on the knowledge level.
- Markus Guhe, Alison Pease, Alan Smaill, Maricarmen Martínez, Martin Schmidt, Helmar Gust, Kai-Uwe Kühnberger, Ulf Krumnack:
A computational account of conceptual blending in basic mathematics.
- Todd Wareham, Iris van Rooij:
On the computational challenges of analogy-based generalization.
- Unmesh Kurup, Perrin G. Bignoli, J. R. Scally, Nicholas L. Cassimatis:
An architectural framework for complex cognition.
- Dongkyu Choi:
Reactive goal management in a cognitive architecture.
- Marco Ragni, Felix Steffenhagen, Andreas Klein:
Generalized dynamic stock and flow systems: An AI approach.
- Claus Möbus, Jan Charles Lenk, Jale Özyurt, Christiane M. Thiel, Arno Claassen:
Checking the ACT-R/Brain Mapping Hypothesis with a complex task: Using fMRI and Bayesian identification in a multi-dimensional strategy space.
- Nele Rußwinkel, Leon Urbas, Manfred Thüring:
Predicting temporal errors in complex task environments: A computational and experimental approach.
- Magda Osman, Maarten Speekenbrink:
Cue utilization and strategy application in stable and unstable dynamic environments.
- C. Dominik Güss, Dietrich Dörner:
Cultural differences in dynamic decision-making strategies in a non-linear, time-delayed task.
- Antje Krumnack, Leandra Bucher, Jelica Nejasmic, Bernhard Nebel, Markus Knauff:
A model for relational reasoning as verbal reasoning.