Teton Village, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
January 16 - January 20, 1978
Organizer: George Sperling


Monday, January 16: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Correlating Single Unit Recordings with Behavior (Jim Zacks, Chairman)

Jim Zacks, Mich. State U. On Verifying the Functional Significance of Distinctions Between Classes of Cells (Such as X and Y Cells).
Max Cynader, Dalhousie U. Developmental Studies of Cat Visual System.
Mark Berkley, Florida State U. Comparisons of Visual Psychophysics and Electrophysiology in the Cat.
Gerry Wasserman, Purdue U. Absolute Timing of Mental Activities.
Bill Uttal, U. Michigan. Issues, Premises, and Dogma in Perceptual Reductionism.

Tuesday, January 17: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Binocular Vision (Bill Tyler, Chairman)

Gian Poggio, Johns Hopkins U. Neural Mechanisms for Binocular Vision in Monkey Cortex.
Ken Nakayama, Smith-Kettlewell. Geometry of Binocular Vision.
Mike Cooper, Caltech. The Vertical Horopter in the Cat and the Owl.
Gary Blasdel, Caltech. Development of Binocularity in Cat Visual Cortex.
Bill Tyler, Smith-Kettlewell. Fusion, Rivalry and Stereopsis in Four-Dimensional Visual Noise.

Wednesday, January 18: 4:00 - 8:00 pm New Procedures, Results, Models (Steve Link, Chairman)

Steve Link, McMaster U. Random Walk Models of Psychological Processes.
John Theios, U. Wisconsin. Finite-State Models of Memory Search and Display Search.
John Gibbon, Columbia U. Models of Temporal Expectancy in Animals.
Bob Ollman, Bell Labs. Additive Factors and the Speed-Accuracy Tradeoff.

** Brief Business Meeting **

Thursday, January 19: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Information Processing (George Sperling and Ray Nickerson, Chairmen)

Jack Beatty, UCLA. Activation and Attention.
Roger Ratcliff & Gail McKoon, Dartmouth College. Priming and the Memory Representation of Sentences and Text.
George Sperling, NYU/Bell Labs. The Representation of Order Information in Short-Term Visual Memory.
Lee Brooks, McMaster U. Instance-Based Structural Knowledge.
Marilyn Adams, Bolt, Beranek, & Newman. Letter and Word Perception.

Friday, January 20: 4:00 - 8:00 pm New Approaches to the Study of Long-Term Memory (Tom Nelson, Chairman)

Tom Nelson, U. Washington. Introduction.
Wayne Wickelgren, U. Oregon. Long-Term Recognition Memory.
Harry Bahrick, Ohio Wesleyan U. Maintenance of Knowledge.
Darryl Bruce, Florida State U. Persistent Failures of Retrieval from Long-Term Memory.
Janice Keenan, U. Denver. Pragmatics in Memory.
Richard Anderson, U. Illinois. Retrieval Processes in Memory for Text.


Richard Aslin, U. Indiana
Robert Chapman, U. Rochester
Karen Cohen, U. Denver
Jill Gardner, Dalhousie U.
Gail Goodman, U. Denver
Marshall Haith, U. Denver
John Harting, U. Wisconsin
Eric Holman, UCLA
Kate Kalil, U. Wisconsin
John Krauskopf, U. Washington
Geoff Loftus, U. Washington
Walt Makous, U. Washington
Shannon Moeser, Memorial U., N.F.
Ben Murdock, U. Toronto
Richard Olson, U. Colorado
John Palmer, U. Washington
Richard Parker, Columbia U.
Steve Poltrock, U. Denver
George Potts, U. Denver
Keith Rayner, U. Rochester
Jim Royce, U. Wisconsin
Kevin Sanders, U. Washington
Ed Schultz, U. Wisconsin
Rich Shiffrin, Indiana U.
Kent Stevens, MIT