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山内隆史先生 講演会のご案内

"Computational modeling as an inferential tool"

 

 テキサスA&M大学の山内隆史先生の講演会を下記の通りおこないます.

 山内先生は,コロンビア大学,同大学院出身で,概念,帰納推論,知識表象に関して,心理実験とシミュレーションに基づいて認知モデルを構築する研究を進めています.

 今回は,21COEプログラムAチームの招聘で来日します.先生は,12/26-28に教育学研究科で集中講義をおこないます.そこで,その最後の時間帯を公開講演会にして,先生の研究の最前線についてお話頂く予定です.多くの関心の有る方々の出席をお待ちしています.

 

日 時: 2006年12月28日(木) 16:00〜17:30

場 所: 京都大学教育学部 1階 第1講義室

地図・アクセス  http://www.educ.kyoto-u.ac.jp/access.htm

講演題目: Computational modeling as an inferential tool

講演者:  山内隆史先生(テキサスA&M大学)

http://psychology.tamu.edu/Fac_Ext.php?ID=37

 

The behavioral dissociation between categorization and recognition, first

reported by Knowlton and Squire (1993), has been a major source of

controversy in cognitive psychology. Of particular importance is Nosofsky

and Zaki’s (1998) demonstration that a single exemplar-based model can

explain the dissociation between the two tasks, which provided decisive

support for the exemplar-based single-system account. This article revisits

Nosofsky-Zaki’s computational analysis, and questions the validity of

their computational evidence. Using a Bayesian method, the present analysis

shows that their exemplar model is too general in that it not only explains

the Knowlton-Squire dissociation data, but also account for randomly

generated data.

 

主な論文

   Yamauchi, T., Kohn, N., & Yu, N. Y. (in press). Tracking mouse movement in

feature inference: Category labels are different from feature labels.

Memory & Cognition.

   Yamauchi, T., Cooper, L. A., Hilton, H. J., Szerlip, N. J., Chen, H. C, &

Barnhardt, T. M. (2006). Priming for symmetry detection of

three-dimensional figures: Central axes can prime symmetry detection

separately from local components. Visual Cognition, 13, 363-397.

   Yamauchi, T. (2005). Labeling bias and categorical induction: Generative

aspects of category information. Journal of Experimental Psychology:

Learning, Memory and Cognition, 31, 538-553.

   Yamauchi, T., & McGuire, K. (2003). What does labeling do to stereotyping?

Beyond prototypes and cognitive economy. In F. Salili & R. Hoosain (Eds).

Teaching, Learning and Motivation in a Multicultural Context. Volume 3:

Research in Multicultural Education and International perspectives. (pp.

315-344). Greenwich, CT: Information Age.

   Yamauchi, T. (2002). The self-organizing consciousness entails additional

intervening subsystems. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25, 360.

   Yamauchi, T., Love, B. C., & Markman, A. B. (2002). Learning nonlinearly

separable categories by inference and classification. Journal of

Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 28 (3), 585-593.

   Yamauchi, T., & Markman, A. B. (2000).Inference using categories.Journal of

Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 26(3),  776-795.

 

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