Park City, Utah
January 18 - January 23, 1981
Organizers: Richard Shiffrin and George Sperling


Sunday, January 18: 8:00 pm *** Reception *** Edelweiss Haus "Game" Room

Monday, January 19: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Speech Processes (David Pisoni, Chairperson)

David Pisoni, Indiana U. Some Controversial Issues in Speech Perception.
Jim Sawusch, SUNY Buffalo. Auditory and Phonetic Processing of Stop Consonants and Vowels.
Peter Jusczyk, U. Oregon. A Decade of Research on the Development of Speech Perception.
Sig Soli, U. Maryland. Links Between Speech Production and Perception.
Donald Jamieson, U. Calgary. Ambiguous Speech Figures.

Tuesday, January 20: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Reading and Eye Movements (Dick Olson, Chairperson)

George McConkie, U. Illinois. Reading as the Eyes See It.
Keith Raynor, U. Mass. Effects of Context on Eye Movements During Reading.
Alice F. Healy, U. Colorado, and Adam Drewnowski, Rockefeller U. Phonemic Factors in Letter Detection: A Reevaluation.
Dick Olson, U. Colorado. Individual Differences in Normal and Poor Reading.

Wednesday, January 21: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Cognitive Development (Linda Smith, Chairperson)

Elizabeth Bates, U. Colorado. From First Words to Sentences.
Rebecca Treiman, Indiana U. Relations Among Spoken Syllables in Children and Adults.
Linda Smith, Indiana U. Development of Object Perception.
Carolyn Mervis, U. Illinois. Children's Categorizations as Adaptations of Mother's Language.
Laird Cermak, Boston V. A. Encoding Specificity and the Amnesic Patient.

Thursday, January 22: 4:00 - 6:15 pm Functioning of Important Organisms (Marilyn Shaw, Chairperson)

6:30 - 8:00 pm Visual Processes (George Sperling, Chairperson)

Virginia Diggles, U. Wisconsin. Control Theories in Motor Behavior.
Stephen Link, McMaster U. Guessing Corrections.
Eric Heinemann, Brooklyn College. Forgetting and Remembering of Pigeons.
Mark Berkley, Florida State U. Neural Models of Visual Perception.
George Sperling, NYU. Catastrophe Theory of Binocular Vision.

Friday, January 23: 4:00 - 8:00 pm Memory and Information Processing (Geoffrey Loftus, Chairperson)

Roger Ratcliff, Dartmouth College. Order Effects in Perceptual Matching.
Jim Townsend, Purdue U. Discriminating Simultaneous from Sequential Processing, for Real.
Ben Murdock, U. Toronto. Distributed Memory Models.
Richard Shiffrin, Indiana U. A Search Model for Picture and Word Recall.
Harley Bernbach, Purdue U. Detection and Recognition Memory.
Harry Bahrick, Ohio Wesleyan U. Long-Term Ecological Memory.