Great talks in this session! #cogsci2020 https://t.co/FSfXknJdsE
Come check out my poster (P-3-413) at #cogsci2020 on visualizations and generic language in biology books! This is work with @mwalibali Karl Rosengren and many amazing undergrads!
How do infants know when something is an animate agent rather than an inert object? What properties do they expect animate agents to have?
Find out at my poster, "Infants Inferences about Insides" (P-3-465) right now at #CogSci2020!
I'm on the https://t.co/RuQ6tMsNTr for Q&A
How would you describe the picture of limes below? "8 limes"? "2 groups of 4"? Gordon Briggs and Hillary Harner show that your preference is biased and depends on perceptual processes. Stop on by at our #cogsci2020 talk at 2:40pm EST to hear more.
If you're attending the virtual #cogsci2020 tomorrow, come check out our session on Computational Approaches to Analyzing and Generating Comics featuring talks by me, @AdityaUsa, and @recardona and @chrisamaphone
.@lajake209 recently discovered a cool bias. When people read this:
Event A went from 1 - 10pm.
Event B went from 4 - 5pm.
they prefer descs such as "A started before B started" over "A ended after B ended". Hear about these biases at our #cogsci2020 poster today @ 11am P-3-538
When you say you "want a donut", people initially take it to imply you don't already have a donut. Hillary Harner's #cogsci2020 poster this morning (P-3-456 @ 11:20 EST) explains how people reason with desire verbs such as "want," "hope", and "wish".
Great stuff! An analysis of proceedings from @cogsci_soc proceedings since 2000 shows the field is becoming more interdisciplinary over the years. Feeds nicely into the Saturday discussion "Where is cognitive science now?" #CogSci2020 https://t.co/d4pUc3cXQU
Her pioneering contributions to language acquisition, gesture, numerical cognition, and education make her work fundamental to the theoretical foundations of cognitive science. Huge congratulations to our 2021 Rumelhart Prize Winner, Susan Goldin-Meadow!! #CogSci2020
"Nobody believes the result of a simulation, except the person who performed the simulation, and everybody believes the results of an experiment, except the person who ran the experiment."
-R. G. McClarren (2018)
h/t @o_guest @andrea_e_martin @socmathpsych #iccmpsyched
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