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Main Track


Presentations (Speakers: *)
The presentations in the main track will have a total length of 20 minutes.
Please prepare for max. 15 minutes talk and min. 5 minutes questions.

Monday, 3 September 2018
10:30-12:00 Main track / Talks: Philosophy of Cognition
  • Albert Newen*. Cognitive penetrability of perceptual experience: how the activation of concepts (or background information) can modify our perceptual experience
  • Wanja Wiese*. Computing the valence of pleasure and pain
  • Leda Berio*. Mental state terms, conceptual acquisition and mismatching representations
  • Anna Strasser*. Joint actions & artificial agents
Tuesday, 4 September 2018
10:30-12:00 Main track / Talks: Judgment and Decision Making
  • Pablo Leon Villagra*, Irina Preda and Christopher G. Lucas. Data availability and function extrapolation
  • Rebecca Albrecht*, Janina A. Hoffmann, Timothy J. Pleskac, Jörg Rieskamp and Bettina von Helversen. Explaining quantitative judgments with a mixture model combining exemplar retrieval and cue-abstraction
  • Ulrike Senftleben*, Martin Schoemann and Stefan Scherbaum. Modulation of choice perseveration in delay discounting decision making
  • Sayan Gul, Paul Krueger, Frederick Callaway, Tom Griffiths and Falk Lieder*. Discovering rational heuristics for risky choice
15:30-17:00 Main track / Talks: Thinking and Reasoning
  • Kai Hamburger* and Markus Knauff. Visual imagery in human reasoning
  • Lukas Elflein* and Marco Ragni. Diversity in reasoning: A challenge for cognitive modeling
  • Parthena Kounatidou, Mathis Richter*, Jonas Lins and Gregor Schöner. A neural dynamic architecture autonomously builds mental models and makes inferences on them
  • Stefan Depeweg, Constantin Rothkopf and Frank Jäkel*. A visual language for solving Bongard problems
Wednesday, 5 September 2018
10:30-12:00 Main track / Talks: Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Sen Cheng*, Mehdi Bayati and Amir Hossein Azizi. Intrinsic sequences in the hippocampus for spatial navigation and episodic memory
  • Daniel Schad* et al. A selective neuronal representation of incentive salience in Pavlovian conditioning
  • Zahra Moradi, Keyvan Yahya* and Eckart Altenmüller. The effects of music-based interventions on Parkinson disease
  • Heiko Schütt*, Lars O. M. Rothkegel, Hans A. Trukenbrod, Ralf Engbert and Felix A. Wichmann. Predicting the fixation density over time
15:30-17:00 Main track / Talks: Language and Communication
  • Mark Blokpoel* et al. Ambiguity helps higher-order pragmatic reasoners communicate
  • Jan Pöppel* and Stefan Kopp. Towards satisficing mental models for behavior understanding
  • Simon Kirsch* and Lars Konieczny. The psychological reality of verb-argument constructions: A visual world eye-tracking study
  • Milena Rabovsky* and James L. McClelland. How event probability impacts sentence comprehension: Modeling N400 amplitudes in reversal anomalies