Sunday, January 7: 4:00 - 5:30 pm *** Reception *** Registration,
Snacks and Drinks.
5:30 - 7:30 pm Plenary Talks
Richard Shiffrin, Indiana U. Composition, Distribution,
Storage and Retrieval.
Peter Killeen, Arizona State U. Maximum Entropy in Psychophysics.
Andrew Watson, NASA-Ames. Mathematica.
Monday, January 8: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Visual System
Gary Blasdel, Harvard Medical School. Topography of Visual
Function as Shown with Voltage-Sensitive Dyes.
Bernd Girod, MIT. Image Coding and Human Vision.
Jeffrey Mulligan, NASA-Ames. Further Observations Concerning
Barton Anderson, Vanderbilt U. and Tennessee Tech. U.
Space-Scale Models of Stereopsis: Is Cooperativity a Myth?
Tim McNamara, Vanderbilt U. Spatial Representations.
Tuesday, January 9: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Information Processing
Geoff Loftus, U. Washington. What the Iconic Decay Function
George Sperling, NYU. Vision During Saccadic Eye Movements.
Brian McElree, NYU, and Barbara Dosher, Columbia U.
Processing is Parallel Not Serial in Short-Term Memory Retrieval.
David Martin, New Mexico State U. Benefit Without Cost
of Irrelevant Color in Visual Search.
Misha Pavel, Stanford U., and Helen Cunningham, NASA-Ames.
Determinants of Search Strategy.
Wednesday, January 10: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Text and Language Processing
Alex Pentland, MIT. Information and Processing for Lip
Richard Olson, U. Colorado. Eye Movements in Reading and
Search: Genetic Analysis.
Bruce Britton and Sami Gulgoz, U. Georgia. Principled
and Expert Revisions of Text to Improve Retention.
Keith Kluender, U. Wisconsin. General Mechanisms of Audition
and Categorization in Speech Perception.
Ken Paap, New Mexico State U. Attentional Effects in the
Translation of Print to Sound.
Thursday, January 11: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Metacognition (Organizer:
Thomas Nelson, U. Washington. Memory and Metamemory at
Douglas Hintzman, U. Oregon. Metamemorial Influences in
Judgement of Frequency.
Michael Masson, U. Victoria. Attribution of Fluency to
Lynne Reder, Carnegie Mellon U. The Role of Feeling of
Knowing In Selection of Question-Answering Strategies.
Janet Metcalfe, USCD. Simulation Model of Aspects of Metacognition.
** Brief Business Meeting **
Friday, January 12: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Models and Mathematics
Darryl Bruce, Mount Allison U. On Estimating Event Frequency.
William Uttal, Arizona State U. A Computational Model
of an Entire Organism.
James Townsend, Indiana U. Chaos Theory: Can It Bring
Order to the Behavioral Sciences?
Lisa Townsend, Indiana U. The Responsibility of the University
to Secondary Science Education.
Louis Narens, UCI. Meaningfulness and Interpretability
of Quantitative Concepts.
Harry Bahrick, Ohio Wesleyan U.
Mark Berkley, Florida State U.
Richard Block, Montana State U.
Jeff Cornelius, New Mexico State U.
Susan Cowdery, Harvard U.
Barbara Dosher, Columbia U.
Jim Enns, U. British Columbia
Mark Gluck, Stanford U.
Howard Hughes, Dartmouth College
Kimberly Jameson, UCI
Holly Jimison, Stanford U.
Richard Krinsky, U. Southern Colorado
Gail McKoon, Northwestern U.
Ann Murdock, U. Toronto
Bennet Murdock, U. Toronto
Robert Patterson, Montana State U.
Roger Ratcliff, Northwestern U.
Roger Schvaneveldt, New Mexico State U.
Brenda Wenzel, New Mexico State U.
George Wolford, Dartmouth College