Journal: topiCS

Volume 12, Issue 4

1050 -- 1052Wayne D. Gray. Introduction to Volume 12, Issue 4 of topiCS
1053 -- 1067Henry Prakken, Floris Bex, Anne Ruth Mackor. Editors' Review and Introduction: Models of Rational Proof in Criminal Law
1068 -- 1091Henry Prakken. An Argumentation-Based Analysis of the Simonshaven Case
1092 -- 1114Norman E. Fenton, Martin Neil, Barbaros Yet, David A. Lagnado. Analyzing the Simonshaven Case Using Bayesian Networks
1115 -- 1131Christian Dahlman. De-Biasing Legal Fact-Finders With Bayesian Thinking
1132 -- 1151Peter J. van Koppen, Anne Ruth Mackor. A Scenario Approach to the Simonshaven Case
1152 -- 1174Floris J. Bex. The Hybrid Theory of Stories and Arguments Applied to the Simonshaven Case
1175 -- 1199Bart Verheij. Analyzing the Simonshaven Case With and Without Probabilities
1200 -- 1204Marcello Di Bello. Plausibility and Reasonable Doubt in the Simonshaven Case
1205 -- 1212Ronald W. J. Meester. The Limits of Bayesian Thinking in Court
1213 -- 1218Paul Roberts. Scenarios, Probability, and Evidence Scholarship, Old and New
1219 -- 1223Frank Zenker. From Stories - via Arguments, Scenarios, and Cases - to Probabilities: Commentary on Floris J. Bex's "The Hybrid Theory of Stories and Arguments Applied to the Simonshaven Case" and Bart Verheij's "Analyzing the Simonshaven Case With and Without Probabilities"
1224 -- 1240Matteo Colombo, Markus Knauff. Editors' Review and Introduction: Levels of Explanation in Cognitive Science: From Molecules to Culture
1241 -- 1256John Bickle. Laser Lights and Designer Drugs: New Techniques for Descending Levels of Mechanisms "in a Single Bound"?
1257 -- 1271Gregor Schöner. The Dynamics of Neural Populations Capture the Laws of the Mind
1272 -- 1293Maxwell A. Bertolero, Danielle S. Bassett. On the Nature of Explanations Offered by Network Science: A Perspective From and for Practicing Neuroscientists
1294 -- 1305Bernhard Hommel. Pseudo-mechanistic Explanations in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
1306 -- 1320Angela Potochnik, Guilherme Sanches de Oliveira. Patterns in Cognitive Phenomena and Pluralism of Explanatory Styles
1321 -- 1336Sara Aronowitz, Tania Lombrozo. Experiential Explanation
1337 -- 1362Andrew Shtulman, Cristine H. Legare. Competing Explanations of Competing Explanations: Accounting for Conflict Between Scientific and Folk Explanations
1363 -- 1381Gerd Gigerenzer. How to Explain Behavior?
1382 -- 1402Patricia Rich, Mark Blokpoel, Ronald de Haan, Iris van Rooij. How Intractability Spans the Cognitive and Evolutionary Levels of Explanation
1403 -- 1420Andrea Bender. The Role of Culture and Evolution for Human Cognition

Volume 12, Issue 3

788 -- 789Wayne D. Gray. Introduction to Volume 12, Issue 3 of topiCS
790 -- 803Rafael Núñez, Michael Allen, Richard Gao, Carson Miller Rigoli, Josephine Relaford-Doyle, Arturs Semenuks. For the Sciences They Are A-Changin': A Response to Commentaries on Núñez et al.'s (2019) "What Happened to Cognitive Science?"
804 -- 814Carel ten Cate, Judit Gervain, Clara C. Levelt, Christopher I. Petkov, Willem Zuidema. Editors' Review and Introduction: Learning Grammatical Structures: Developmental, Cross-Species, and Computational Approaches
815 -- 827Judit Gervain, Irene De la Cruz-Pavía, LouAnn Gerken. Behavioral and Imaging Studies of Infant Artificial Grammar Learning
828 -- 842Christopher I. Petkov, Carel ten Cate. Structured Sequence Learning: Animal Abilities, Cognitive Operations, and Language Evolution
843 -- 858Benjamin Wilson, Michelle Spierings, Andrea Ravignani, Jutta L. Mueller, Toben H. Mintz, Frank Wijnen, Anne van der Kant, Kenny Smith, Arnaud Rey. Non-adjacent Dependency Learning in Humans and Other Animals
859 -- 874Jutta L. Mueller, Carel ten Cate, Juan M. Toro. A Comparative Perspective on the Role of Acoustic Cues in Detecting Language Structure
875 -- 893Antony S. Trotter, Padraic Monaghan, Gabriël J. L. Beckers, Morten H. Christiansen. Exploring Variation Between Artificial Grammar Learning Experiments: Outlining a Meta-Analysis Approach
894 -- 909Dina Lipkind, Andreea Geambasu, Clara C. Levelt. The Development of Structured Vocalizations in Songbirds and Humans: A Comparative Analysis
910 -- 924Julia Uddén, Mauricio de Jesus Dias Martins, Willem Zuidema, W. Tecumseh Fitch. Hierarchical Structure in Sequence Processing: How to Measure It and Determine Its Neural Implementation
925 -- 941Willem H. Zuidema, Robert M. French, Raquel G. Alhama, Kevin Ellis, Timothy J. O'Donnell, Tim Sainburg, Timothy Gentner. Five Ways in Which Computational Modeling Can Help Advance Cognitive Science: Lessons From Artificial Grammar Learning
942 -- 956Willem J. M. Levelt. On Empirical Methodology, Constraints, and Hierarchy in Artificial Grammar Learning
957 -- 959Terrence C. Stewart. Editor's Introduction: Best of Papers From the 17th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling
960 -- 974Nicolas Riesterer, Daniel Brand, Marco Ragni. Predictive Modeling of Individual Human Cognition: Upper Bounds and a New Perspective on Performance
975 -- 991Roussel Rahman, Wayne D. Gray. SpotLight on Dynamics of Individual Learning
992 -- 1011Edward A. Cranford, Cleotilde Gonzalez, Palvi Aggarwal, Sarah Cooney, Milind Tambe, Christian Lebiere. Toward Personalized Deceptive Signaling for Cyber Defense Using Cognitive Models
1012 -- 1029Oliver W. Klaproth, Marc Halbrügge, Laurens R. Krol, Christoph Vernaleken, Thorsten O. Zander, Nele Rußwinkel. A Neuroadaptive Cognitive Model for Dealing With Uncertainty in Tracing Pilots' Cognitive State
1030 -- 1045Corné Hoekstra, Sander Martens, Niels A. Taatgen. A Skill-Based Approach to Modeling the Attentional Blink

Volume 12, Issue 2

464 -- 465Wayne D. Gray. Introduction to Volume 12, Issue 2 of topiCS
466 -- 484Hans van Ditmarsch, Petra Hendriks, Rineke Verbrugge. Editors' Review and Introduction: Lying in Logic, Language, and Cognition
485 -- 503Jennifer Lavoie, Victoria Talwar. Care to Share? Children's Cognitive Skills and Concealing Responses to a Parent
504 -- 534Torben Braüner, Patrick Blackburn, Irina Polyanskaya. Being Deceived: Information Asymmetry in Second-Order False Belief Tasks
535 -- 554Don Fallis. Shedding Light on Keeping People in the Dark
555 -- 582Marta Dynel. To Say the Least: Where Deceptively Withholding Information Ends and Lying Begins
583 -- 607Michael Franke, Giulio Dulcinati, Nausicaa Pouscoulous. Strategies of Deception: Under-Informativity, Uninformativity, and Lies - Misleading With Different Kinds of Implicature
608 -- 631Linda M. Geven, Gershon Ben-Shakhar, Merel Kindt, Bruno Verschuere. Memory-Based Deception Detection: Extending the Cognitive Signature of Lying From Instructed to Self-Initiated Cheating
632 -- 643Yoella Bereby-Meyer, Sayuri Hayakawa, Shaul Shalvi, Joanna D. Corey, Albert Costa, Boaz Keysar. Honesty Speaks a Second Language
644 -- 653Sieghard Beller, Andrea Bender, Fiona Jordan. Editors' Review and Introduction: The Cultural Evolution of Cognition
654 -- 672Ivan Colagè, Francesco d'Errico. Culture: The Driving Force of Human Cognition
673 -- 689Christine A. Caldwell. Using Experimental Research Designs to Explore the Scope of Cumulative Culture in Humans and Other Animals
690 -- 712Kenny Smith. How Culture and Biology Interact to Shape Language and the Language Faculty
713 -- 726Erin S. Isbilen, Morten H. Christiansen. Chunk-Based Memory Constraints on the Cultural Evolution of Language
727 -- 743Olivier Morin, Piers Kelly, James Winters. Writing, Graphic Codes, and Asynchronous Communication
744 -- 765Péter Rácz, Sam Passmore, Fiona M. Jordan. Social Practice and Shared History, Not Social Scale, Structure Cross-Cultural Complexity in Kinship Systems
766 -- 783Kim Sterelny. Afterword: Tough Questions; Hard Problems; Incremental Progress

Volume 12, Issue 1

4 -- 6Wayne D. Gray. Introduction to Volume 12, Issue 1 of topiCS
7 -- 21Barbara Landau. Editor's Introduction: 2017 Rumelhart Prize Issue Honoring Lila R. Gleitman
22 -- 47Lila R. Gleitman, John C. Trueswell. Easy Words: Reference Resolution in a Malevolent Referent World
48 -- 77Cynthia Fisher, Kyong-sun Jin, Rose M. Scott. The Developmental Origins of Syntactic Bootstrapping
78 -- 90Jeffrey Lidz. Learning, Memory, and Syntactic Bootstrapping: A Meditation
91 -- 114Barbara Landau. Learning Simple Spatial Terms: Core and More
115 -- 135Ercenur Ünal, Anna Papafragou. Relations Between Language and Cognition: Evidentiality and Sources of Knowledge
136 -- 152Charles Yang 0001. How to Make the Most out of Very Little
153 -- 169Elissa L. Newport. Children and Adults as Language Learners: Rules, Variation, and Maturational Change
170 -- 196Ray Jackendoff, Jenny Audring. Morphology and Memory: Toward an Integrated Theory
197 -- 223Neil Cohn, Joseph P. Magliano. Editors' Introduction and Review: Visual Narrative Research: An Emerging Field in Cognitive Science
224 -- 255Emily L. Coderre. Dismantling the "Visual Ease Assumption: " A Review of Visual Narrative Processing in Clinical Populations
256 -- 273Panayiota Kendeou, Kristen L. McMaster, Reese Butterfuss, Jasmine Kim, Britta Bresina, Kyle Wagner. The Inferential Language Comprehension (iLC) Framework: Supporting Children's Comprehension of Visual Narratives
274 -- 310Jochen Laubrock, Alexander Dunst. Computational Approaches to Comics Analysis
311 -- 351Lester C. Loschky, Adam M. Larson, Tim J. Smith, Joseph P. Magliano. The Scene Perception & Event Comprehension Theory (SPECT) Applied to Visual Narratives
352 -- 386Neil Cohn. Your Brain on Comics: A Cognitive Model of Visual Narrative Comprehension
387 -- 401Yunyan Duan, Klinton Bicknell. A Rational Model of Word Skipping in Reading: Ideal Integration of Visual and Linguistic Information
402 -- 416Jose M. Ceballos, Andrea Stocco 0002, Chantel S. Prat. The Role of Basal Ganglia Reinforcement Learning in Lexical Ambiguity Resolution
417 -- 432Ardavan Salehi Nobandegani, Thomas R. Shultz. A Resource-Rational, Process-Level Account of the St. Petersburg Paradox
433 -- 445Benjamin N. Peloquin, Noah D. Goodman, Michael C. Frank. The Interactions of Rational, Pragmatic Agents Lead to Efficient Language Structure and Use
446 -- 459Nicolas Riesterer, Daniel Brand, Hannah Dames, Marco Ragni. Modeling Human Syllogistic Reasoning: The Role of "No Valid Conclusion"