All Publications

2015

S. Liu and Spelke, E. S., Six-month-old infants represent action efficiency on a continuous scale., 9th Biennial Meeting of the Cognitive Development Society (CDS). Columbus, Ohio, 2015.
CBMM Funded
L. J. Powell and Spelke, E. S., Infants’ Categorization of Social Actions, Cognitive Development Society (CDS). Columbus, OH, 2015.
CBMM Funded
A. C. Spokes, Infants’ Reasoning about Affiliation and Caregiving, Cognitive Development Society (CDS) Biennial Meeting. 2015.
CBMM Funded
A. C. Spokes, Infants’ Reasoning about Affiliation and Caregiving, Cognitive Development Society (CDS) | More on Development workshop. Columbus, Ohio, 2015.
CBMM Funded
Y. Berzak, Barbu, A., Harari, D., Katz, B., and Ullman, S., Do You See What I Mean? Visual Resolution of Linguistic Ambiguities, in Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, Lisbon, Portugal. , 2015.
CBMM Funded
S. Cormiea, Vaziri-Pashkam, M., and Nakayama, K., Unconscious perception of an opponent's goal, Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting (VSS 2015). 2015.
CBMM Funded
Y. Berzak, Reichart, R., and Katz, B., Contrastive Analysis with Predictive Power: Typology Driven Estimation of Grammatical Error Distributions in ESL, in Nineteenth Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (CoNLL), Beijing, China, 2015.
CBMM Funded
T. Gerstenberg, Goodman, N. D., Lagnado, D. A., and Tenenbaum, J. B., How, whether, why: Causal judgments as counterfactual contrasts, Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci). Pasadena, CA, pp. 782-787, 2015.PDF icon GerstenbergEtAl2015-Cogsci.pdf (2.16 MB)
CBMM Funded
T. Gerstenberg, Halpern, J. Y., and Tenenbaum, J. B., Responsibility judgments in voting scenarios, Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci). Pasadena, CA, pp. 788-793, 2015.PDF icon Gerstenberg_paper0143.pdf (651.82 KB)
CBMM Funded
P. Tsividis, Tenenbaum, J. B., and Schulz, L., Hypothesis-Space Constraints in Causal Learning, Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci). Pasadena, CA, 2015.PDF icon hypothesis_space_constraints (1).pdf (1.54 MB)
CBMM Funded
I. Yildirim, Siegel, M., and Tenenbaum, J. B., Perceiving Fully Occluded Objects with Physical Simulation, in Cognitive Science Conference (CogSci), Pasadena, CA, 2015.
CBMM Funded
CBMM Memo No.
034
X. Chen and Yuille, A., Parsing Occluded People by Flexible Compositions, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR). 2015.PDF icon CBMM Memo 034.pdf (5.54 MB)
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