Teton Village, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
January 15 - January 20, 1989
Organizer: George Sperling, New York University


Sunday, January 15: 4:00 - 5:00 pm *** Reception *** Registration, Snacks and Drinks.

5:00 - 8:00 pm Neural Networks and Sensory Processes I: Smart Systems

Larry Maloney, NYU. Learning by Assertion: Calibrating a Simple Visual System Without Explicit Feedback.
Misha Pavel, Stanford U., and Helen Cunningham, NASA-Ames. Adaptive Networks for Visual-Motor Learning.
Shihab Shamma, U. Maryland. Processing of Complex Sounds in the Auditory System.
Alex Pentland, MIT. Shape-From-Shading: A Theory of Human Perception.

Monday, January 16: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Neural Networks and Sensory Processes II: Stereopsis and Motion

Terry Sejnowski, Salk Institute, San Diego. Visual Models of Stereo Hyperacuity.
Tom Harrington, U. Nevada. Stereopsis as a Source of Misorientation.
Robert Patterson, Montana State U. Temporal Properties of Stereopsis.
Tania Pasternak, U. Rochester. Cortical Mechanisms of Motion Perception.
Jeffrey Mulligan and Helen Cunningham, NASA-Ames. Motion Capture Unmasked.
George Sperling, NYU. Two Motion and Texture Perception Systems.

Tuesday, January 17: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Neural Networks and Sensory Processes III: Sensory Systems

Gary Blasdel, Harvard Medical School. Deducing Cortical Architecture from Light Absorption in Tissue.
Holly Jimison and Misha Pavel, Stanford U. Tools for Measuring Generalization Properties.
William Merigan, U. Rochester. Structure and Function in Parallel Visual Pathways.
Bryan Travis, LANL. Computational Models of Sensory Cortical Architectures.
Andrew Watson, NASA-Ames. On the Contrast Sensitivity of Linear Visual Neurons.
John Krauskopf, NYU. Color Discrimination Under Constant Adaptation.

Wednesday, January 18: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Word Recognition (Organizer: Ken Paap, N. Mexico State U.)

David H. Peterzell, U. Colorado. Models of Whole Word Internal Representation.
Dick Olson, U. Colorado.R Computer-Based Remediation with Segmented Speech Orthography.
Jim McDonald, N. Mexico State U. Stroop Color-Word Interference.
Conceptual Processes
Roger Schvaneveldt, N. Mexico State U. The Activation Verification Model.
Bruce Britton, U. Georgia. Inferences and Improving Instructional Text.
Stephen Link, McMaster U. Theory of Numerical Comparisons.
Richard Block, Montana State U. Overconfidence in Estimating Uncertain Quantities.

Thursday, January 19: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Short-Term and Long-Term Memory Systems (Organizer: Geoff Loftus, U. Washington)

Vincent DiLollo, U. Alberta. Spatial Integration of Information.
George Wolford, Dartmouth College. Changing Visible Persistence Through Practice.
Peter Dixon, U. Alberta. Visible and Informational Persistence in Iconic Memory.

** Brief Business Meeting **

David Irwin, Michigan State U. Visual Persistence and the Perception of a Stable Visual Environment.
Geoff Loftus, U. Washington. The Shape of the Iconic Decay Function.
Tim McNamara, Vanderbilt U. Constraints on Theories of Memory and Retrieval.

Friday, January 20: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Human and Avian Search Processes

Jim Enns, U. British Columbia. Three-Dimensional Features of Shape That Pop Out in Visual Search. (Humans)
Mark Gluck, Stanford U. Configural Cue Network Model of Animal and Human Learning.
Patricia M. Blough, Brown U. Attentional Tuning and Search Images. (Pigeons)
Donald Blough, Brown U. Feature-Based Search Images.
Anthony Wright, U. Texas, Houston. Detection and Decision Processes in Matching to Sample. (Pigeons)
Eric Heinemann and Sheila Chase, CUNY. Focal Attention in Pattern Recognition. (Pigeons)


John Antrobus, CUNY
Harry Bahrick, Ohio Wesleyan U.
Mark Berkley, Florida State U.
C. Lee Giles, AFOSR, Washington, DC
Sharon Greene, IBM T.J. Watson Res. Ctr.
David W. Martin, N. Mexico State U.
Gail McKoon, Northwestern U.
Bennet Murdock, U. Toronto
Tom Nelson, U. Washington
Charles Perfetti, U. Pittsburgh
Roger Ratcliff, Northwestern U.
John Tangney, AFOSR, Washington, DC