Session 1: Learning
July 3 Videos available for viewing
July 5 Q&A Session 10:00-11:00EDT
  • Rebekah Gelpi, Nayan Saxena, George Lifchits, Daphna Buchsbaum, Christopher Lucas
    Sampling heuristics for active function learning(paper)
  • Abigail Toth, Niels Taatgen, Jacolien van Rij, Petra Hendriks
    Learning reference biases from language input: a cognitive modelling approach(paper)
  • Ruiqi He, Falk Lieder, Yash Raj Jain
    Measuring and modelling how people learn how to plan and how people adapt their planning strategies to the structure of the environment(paper)
  • Zeming Fang, Chris R. Sims
    Computationally rational reinforcement learning: modeling the influence of policy and representation complexity(paper)
    Session 2: Memory
    July 3 Videos available for viewing
    July 5 Q&A Session 11:00-12:00EDT
  • Christopher Fisher, Lorraine Borghetti, Joe Houpt, Christopher Adam Stevens
    An ACT-R model of order effects(paper)
  • Himanshu Yadav, Garrett Smith, Shravan Vasishth
    Is similarity-based interference caused by lossy compression or cue-based retrieval? A computational evaluation(paper)
  • Hadeel Ismail, Peter Cheng
    Competence assessment by stimulus matching: an application of GOMS to assess chunks in memory(paper)
  • Stefan Reimann
    The algebra of cognitive states: Towards modelling the serial position curve(paper)
    Session 3: Space
    July 4 Videos available for viewing
    July 6 Q&A Session 10:00-11:00EDT
  • Johannes Mannhardt, Leandra Bucher, Daniel Brand, Marco Ragni
    Predicting spatial belief reasoning: comparing cognitive and AI models(paper)
  • Tyler Malloy, Chris R. Sims
    Modelling visual decision making using a variational autoencoder(paper)
  • Kai Preuss, Nele Russwinkel
    Cognitive modelling of a mental rotation task using a generalized spatial framework(paper)
  • Sterling Somers
    Modeling aperture passage affordances in ACT-R 3D(paper)
    Session 4: Interaction
    July 4 Videos available for viewing
    July 6 Q&A Session 11:00-12:00EDT
  • Christopher Fisher, Mary Frame, Christopher Adam Stevens
    Using cognitive agents to design dynamic task allocation systems(paper)
  • Jeungmin Lee, Jerald D. Kralik, Jaeseung Jeong
    Understanding human social communication: a computational model of gossip(paper)
  • Veronica Chiarelli
    Learning basic Python concepts via self-explanation: A preliminary python ACT-R model(paper)
  • Mark Orr, Andrea Stocco, Christian Lebiere, Don Morrison
    Attitudinal polarization on social networks: A cognitive architecture perspective(paper)
    Session 5: Bodies
    July 5 Videos available for viewing
    July 7 Q&A Session 10:00-11:00EDT
  • Pierre Gianferrara, Shawn Betts, Daniel Bothell, John Anderson
    Simulating human periodic tapping and implications for cognitive models(paper)
  • Kazuma Nagashima, Junya Morita, Yugo Takeuchi
    Curiosity as pattern matching: simulating the effects of intrinsic rewards on the levels of processing(paper)
  • Daniel Brand, Nicolas Oliver Riesterer, Marco Ragni
    Model-based explanation of feedback effects in syllogistic reasoning(paper)
  • Tim Halverson, Chris Myers, Jeffery Gearhart, Matthew Linakis, Glenn Gunzelmann
    Physio-cognitive modeling: explaining the effects of caffeine on fatigue(paper)
    Session 6: Individuals
    July 5 Videos available for viewing
    July 7 Q&A Session 11:00-12:00EDT
  • Manuel Guth, Marco Ragni
    When do you buy? Predicting an individual’s decision in optimal stopping problems(paper)
  • Sara Todorovikj, Marco Ragni
    How good can an individual's conclusion endorsement be predicted?(paper)
  • Roussel Rahman, Wayne D. Gray
    Towards precise measures of individual performance in complex tasks(paper)
  • Patrick Rice, Andrea Stocco
    Estimating individual differences in working memory through ACT-R modeling and resting state connectivity(paper)
    Poster Session
    July 6-8 Videos available for viewing and discussion
  • Manisha Chawla, Krishna Miyapuram
    Timing and structure of reward information influences bias in perceptual decisions as revealed by a hierarchical drift diffusion model(paper)
  • Tei Laine, Tomi Silander
    Exploring the decision component of the Activation-Decision-Construction-Action Theory for gain and loss facing scenarios(paper)
  • Sabina J. Sloman, Robert Goldstone, Cleotilde (Coty) Gonzalez
    A cognitive computational model of collective search with social information(paper)
  • Islam Hamada, Steffen Hölldobler
    On disjunctions and the weak completion semantics(paper)
  • Moritz Held, Jelmer Borst, Anirudh Unni, Jochem Rieger
    Utilizing ACT-R to investigate interactions between working memory and visuospatial attention while driving(paper)
  • Yung Han Khoe, Gerrit Jan Kootstra, Rob Schoonen, Stefan Frank
    Simulating proficiency and exposure effects on cross-language structural priming in simultaneous bilinguals(paper)
  • Noémi Földes-Cappellotto, Moritz Held, Martin Baumann, Tanja Stoll
    Criticality perception in dynamic traffic scenarios: an ACT-R model (paper)
  • Raquel G. Alhama, Caroline Rowland, Evan Kidd
    How much context is helpful for noun and verb acquisition?(paper)
  • Bella Veksler, Megan Brianne Morris, Glenn Gunzelmann
    Individualizing a biomathematical fatigue model with attention data(paper)
  • Daniel Trommler, Claudia Ackermann, Josef Krems
    A drift-diffusion model to explain vehicle deceleration detection of vulnerable road users(paper)
  • Lukas Seiling, Maximilian Plitt, Paul Schweidler, Oliver Klückmann, Lilian Befort-Trier, Robin Konczir, Severin Reuter, Kai Preuss, Sebastian Wiese, Nele Russwinkel
    Lessons learned from modelling situated cognitive agents interacting with a dynamic environment(paper)
  • Emmanuelle Dietz, Oliver Klaproth
    Towards benchmarking cognitive models: A Python library for modular environment specification and partial model generation in ACT-R(paper)
  • Michael Collins, Florian Sense, Michael Krusmark, Joshua Fiechter, Tiffany (Jastrzembski) Myers
    Parameter correlations in the predictive performance equation: Implications and solutions(paper)
  • Edward Cranford, Kuldeep Singh, Palvi Aggarwal, Cleotilde (Coty) Gonzalez, Christian Lebiere
    Modeling phishing susceptibility as decisions from experience(paper)
  • Nidhi Banavar, Michael Lee, Aaron Bornstein
    Sequential effects in non-sequential tasks(paper)
  • Chase McDonald, Cleotilde (Coty) Gonzalez, Leslie Blaha, Christian Lebiere, Joshua Fiechter, Erin Bugbee, Erin McCormick
    Diverse experience leads to improved adaptation: An experiment with a cognitive model of learning(paper)
  • Nora Harhen, Aaron Bornstein
    Structure learning as a mechanism for overharvesting (paper)
  • Vithor Franco
    Derivation of metric scales from ordinal data with Guttman-Goode’s scaling(paper)
  • Amit Singh
    Collective intelligence as latent imagination(paper)
  • Umesh Patil, Sol Lago
    Prediction advantage as retrieval interference: an ACT-R model of processing possessive pronouns(paper)
  • Alex Ororbia, Alex Kelly
    A predictive processing implementation of the common model of cognition(paper)
  • Mikaela Akrenius
    Applications of information theory to perceptual independence and separability(paper)
  • Florian Seitz, Jana Jarecki, Jorg Rieskamp
    People are insensitive to within-category feature correlations in categorization(paper)
    Session 7: Architectures
    July 7 Videos available for viewing
    July 9 Q&A Session 10:00-11:00EDT
  • Catherine Sibert, Andrea Stocco, Holly Hake
    The structured mind at rest: Evidence for the “Common Model of Cognition” in resting state fMRI(paper)
  • Colin Kupitz, Aaron Eberhart, Daniel Schmidt, Christopher Adam Stevens, Cogan Shimizu, Pascal Hitzler, Dario Salvucci, Benji Maruyama, Chris Myers
    Toward undifferentiated cognitive models(paper)
  • Holly Hake, Catherine Sibert, Andrea Stocco
    Inferring a cognitive architecture from multi-task neuroimaging data: A data-driven test of the common model of cognition using granger causality(paper)
  • Cher Yang, Andrea Stocco, Catherine Sibert
    Individual differences in decision making strategies can be predicted by resting-state functional connectivity(paper)
    Session 8: Processes
    July 7 Videos available for viewing
    July 9 Q&A Session 11:00-12:00EDT
  • Maarten van der Velde, Florian Sense, Jelmer Borst, Hedderik van Rijn
    Capturing dynamic performance in a cognitive model: Estimating ACT-R memory parameters with the linear ballistic accumulator(paper)
  • Leendert Van Maanen, Ernö Groeneweg, Kim Archambeau
    A hidden semi-markov model classifier for strategy detection in multiplication problem solving(paper)
  • Evelyn Wiens, Alice Ping Ping Tse, Marco Ragni
    Covering strategy changes: From System 1 to System 2 in syllogistic reasoning(paper)
  • Laura Hiatt, Connor Brooks, Greg Trafton
    Validating and refining cognitive process models using probabilistic graphical models(paper)