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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

ICCS 2008: Program details: International Conference of Cognitive Science

ICCS 2008 Program
July 27 (Sun) - July 29 (Tue)
- 6th International Conference of Cognitive Science
-July 27-29, 2008
-Daewoo Hall, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea.
ICCS 2008 Program
July 27 (Sun)

9:00-13:00: Posters I
9:00-18:30 WorkshopI

July 28 (Mon)

9:00- 9:20 Opening Ceremony
9;20-10:40 Invited Talks I
11:00- 12:20 Invited Talks II
12:20- 14:10 Posters II
13:20-17:45 Workshop II
14:10- 15:40 Papers I / A/ B/C
16:00- 17:45 Papers II/ A/B/C
19:00-22:00 Banquet


July 29 (Tue)

9:00-10:30 Papers III/ A/B/C
10:50-12:10 Invited Talks III
9:00-13:00 Worksop III
13:00-16:50 Worksop IV
12:10-15:00 Posters III
15:00-16:45 Papers IV A/B/C
17:00-18:20 Invied Talks IV
18:20-18:30 Announcement for ICCS 2011


List of Papers/Workshops

[Invited Talks]

Invited Talks I -- 7/28 (Mon), 9:20-10:40

§ Gary Libben (University of Alberta), Compounding and Cognition
§ James Pustejovsky (Brandeis University), Co-composition and Argument Selection
Invited Talks II -- 7/28 (Mon), 11:00-12:20
§ Shihui Han (Peking University), Cultural Influence on Neural Substrates of Human Cognition
§ Bong-Kiun Kaang (Seoul National University), How Stable Is Long-Term Memory?
Invited Talks III -- 7/29 (Tue), 10:50-12:10
§ Susan D. Fischer (University of California at San Diego), Getting in the Way: Sign Language Processing under Adverse Conditions
§ Jean Aitchison (Oxford University), Chimps, Children, and Language Origin: Are There Any Links?, Are They Relevant to Cognitive Linguistics?
Invited Talks IV -- 7/29 (Tue), 17:00-18:20
§ Keiji Uchikawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Color Naming of Indistinguishable Colors byDichromats
§ David Chalmers (Australian National University), Extending the Mind into the World


Papers I -- 7/28 (Mon), 14:10-15:40

- Session A - Psychology: Perception

1. EunYoung Yoon, Glyn W. Humphreys, M. Jane Riddoch (University of Birmingham), Automatic Coding of Visual Affordance
2. Jun Nakamura, Yukio Ohsawa (The University of Tokyo), Ambiguity Items as Clue to Concept Creation, Introducing an Analogy Board
3. Laura Monje Garcia, Aleksandar Aksentijevic (Roehampton University), The Effects of Melodic Contour on Mental Rotation of Visual Patterns: Cross-modality, Structure and Complexity
4. Joo-Seok Hyun (Chung-Ang University), Steven J. Luck (University of California), Localizing a Visual Change by Manual Pointing Responses Is Less Efficient than Button Responses
5. Shogo Nakazono, Yosuke Abe, Satoshi Kobori (Ryukoku University), Pupillary Responses During Learning of Suppressed Tracking Tasks
6. Chai-Youn Kim (Yonsei University), The Role of Visual Awareness in Synesthetic Color Perception

- Session B - Linguistics: Semantics/Pragmatics

1. Kawai Chui (National Chengchi University), Imagistic Representations of Motion Events in Chinese Discourse
2. Apasara Kiku Wungpradit (Kyoto University), How Does a Possibility Become a Necessity: The Case of Japanese kamo(shirenai)
3. Sejin Yoo (Seoul National University), Aspectual and Grammatical Meaning of Korean Verb Suffix ‘-ess-’: An Event Paradigm Shift in Human Cognition
4. Byong-Rae Ryu (Chungnam National University), On Cognition and Inference of Spatial Dimension in Korean
5. Yugyeong Park, Chungmin Lee, Seungho Nam (Seoul National University), The Semantic Properties of the Proportional Quantifier Floating in Korean
6. Huichen Sabrina Hsiao (University at Buffalo), Mandarin Converb Construction: VP1-zhe VP2
- Session C - Aesthetics, Philosophy and Others

1. Akihiro Kawase, Akifumi Tokosumi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Estimating the Structures of Japanese Folk Songs Using a VLMC Model
2. Wai Ling Lai (Hokkaido University), A Philosophical Study of Mental Representations Based on a Notion of Homeostatic Maintenance
3. Ichiro Umata, Noriko Suzuki, Hiroshi Ando, Naomi Inoue (National Institute of Information and Communication Technology), Impact of 3D Images On Remote Communication
4. Namin Shin (Dongguk University), Younghee Park (Samsung Electronics Co. LTD.), Sunhee Lee(Seoul National University), Children-robot Interaction: Salient Behavioral Patterns
5. Yukio Ohsawa, Yusuke Maeda (University of Tokyo), Slow Saccade Lines in Eye-Track as Units of Image Interpretation
6. Miwa Inuzuka (Saitama Institute of Technology), Effects of Evaluating Essays by Others on Producing Counterarguments and Rebuttals: Fostering Persuasive Essay Writing in an Introductory Psychology Class

Papers II -- 7/28 (Mon), 16:00-17:45

- Session A - Psycholinguistics

1. Masanori Fujimoto, Takashi Hashimoto (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Constructive Study on Dynamics of Communication: The Role of Ambiguity and Context
2. Misato Oi, Hirofumi Saito, Hiroshi Ito, Paul Rumme (Nagoya University), Interference by First Language in Second Language in Semantic Processing of Interlingual Homograph and Cognates: A Study with Functional Near-infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS)
3. Yasunori Morishima (International Christian University), The Effect of Syntactic Complexity on Sentence Processing in Second Language
4. Sung-ki Min, Kwangoh Yi (Yeungnam University), The Role of Phonology, Frequency, and Concreteness in Reading Native Korean and Sino-Korean Words
5. Sungbong Bae, Kwangoh Yi (Yeungnam University), The Role of Orthographic and Phonological Syllables in Korean Word Recognition
6. Sujin Yang (National University of Singapore), Hwajin Yang (Singapore Management University), Barbara Lust (Cornell University), Triangulating the Effects of Bilingualism and Culture on Cognitive Development: Experimental Comparison of Korean and American 4 Year Olds on an Attention Network Test
7. Hajime Murai (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Maoko Matsumoto (Kyushu University), Daisuke Moriyasu (NEC Corporations), Akifumi Tokosumi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Principal Component Analysis of Factors That Evoke Positive Emotions When Driving

- Session B - Linguistics: Acquisition, Perception and Processing

1. Meesook Kim (Sangji University), Focal Attention in Korean Children's Acquisition of the Passive
2. Haiyun Liu, N ing C hu n ya n (Hunan University), The Universality of the Universal Phase Requirement: A Case Study of Mandarin-speaking Children’s Comprehension of Unaccusatives and Passives
3. Somsukla Banerjee (University of Hyderabad), Bilingual Lexical Processing: Resolving ContrastivePolysemies
4. Hideyuki Taura (Osaka Prefecture University), Is Language Attrition Caused by the Qualitative Change in One's Mental Lexicon or a Mere Retrieval Failure?: An Exploratory Study Using Myers-Scotton’s 4-M Model.
5. Carl Polley (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Tracking Glances to Simulated Distracters During Language Comprehension

- Session C - Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science

1. Cheng-Fa Tsai, Ming-Yi Lia (National Pingtung University of Science and Technology), Juifang Chang (National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences), Shu-Chen Chen (Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology), Shih-Chi Lin (National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences), ASSH: An Effective and Efficient Ant-based Approach for Solving Nurse Scheduling Problem
2. Byung-Gil Lee, Sungsoo Lim, Sung-Bae Cho (Yonsei University), Probabilistic Approach to Landmark Detection from Mobile Life Log
3. Sunho Cho, Youngim Jung, Aesun Yoon, Hyuk-Chul Kwon (Pusan National University), Adaptation of XML Representation of the Rules for Predicting Prosodic Phrase Breaks
4. Hyunil Choi, Jin H. Kim (KAIST), Probabilistic Synthesis of Personal Style Handwriting
5. Mohd Kamal Othman, Ahmad Soffian Shminan, NorMaizatul Akmar Mohd Tamrin (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak), Public Spaces: Learning Through Animation
6. Hee-Deok Yang, Seong-Whan Lee (Korea University), Robust Sign Language Spotting Based on Conditional Random Fields
7. Ryo Mizuno, Kiyohide Ito, Junichi Akita (Kanazawa University), Tetsuo Ono, Makoto Okamoto (Future University-Hakodate), Takanori Komatsu (Shinshu University), Shape Perception Using CyARM - Active Sensing Device

Papers III -- 7/29 (Tue), 9:00-10:30

- Session A - Psychology: Learning and Memory

1. Jungah Park, Heejung Kwon, Jinwoo Kim (Yonsei University), Cognitive Influences of User Interaction to the Collective Creativity in CSCW Environment
2. Hwajin Yang (Singapore Management University), Alice M. Isen, Stephen J. Ceci (Cornell University, NY), Sujin Yang (National University of Singapore), Are Happy People More Prone to Have Memory Errors?: Effects of Positive Affect on False Memory
3. A. Lepe, H. Saito N. Kawano M. Oi1, P. Rumme (Nagoya University), Imitation of Meaningless Gestures
4. Hwajin Yang (Singapore Management University), Alice M. Isen (Cornell University), Sujin Yang (National University of Singapore), The Happier, The More Controlled: Effects of Positive Mood on Working Memory
5. Mizuho Mishima, Makoto Kikuchi (Kobe University), Two Phases of Class-Inclusion Learning
6. Chika Nagaoka (Kyoto University), Tomoko Kuwabara, Motoki Watabe (Waseda Institute for Advanced Study), Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto University), Understanding the Client in Psychotherapy: What do Counselors Recall about Their Clients?

- Session B - Linguistics: Perception and Processing

1. Kei Takahashi (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science), Satoru Yokoyama, Toshimune Kambara, Kei Yoshimoto, Ryuta Kawashima (Tohoku University), A Decay Effect in Real-time Sentence Processing
2. Ji-Hye Kim, James Hye Suk Yoon (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), An Experimental Syntactic Study of Binding of Multiple Anaphors in Korean - How Speakers Manage the Problem of ‘Too Many’ Anaphors
3. Katsuhiro J Ota (University of Hawaii), Why Are Japanese Monsters and Supernatural Beings Hard to Count? An Analysis of Numeral Classifiers in Japanese
4. Koji Miwa, Gary Libben, Sally Rice, R. Harald Baayen (University of Alberta), Lexical Activations in Picture Comparison: A Cross-Linguistic Approach to the Relation between Language and Thought in the Mental Lexicon
5. Kent Lee (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Phonological and other Linguistic Effects in Recognition of Chinese Characters
6. Svetlana Gorokhova (St Petersburg State University), The Selection of Grammatical Features in Speech Production: A Study of Russian Speech Errors

- Session C - Others

1. Byeong-Uk Yi (University of Toronto), Kaplan on Plural Quantifications
2. Soonhee Hwang, Aesun Yoon, Hyuk-Chul Kwon (Pusan National University), Enriching Ontological Structure of Antonyms in KorLex Noun
3. Kiho Lee (Yonsei University), Seung Ki Jung (SK Communications), Gi Woong Choi, Inseong Lee, Jinwoo Kim (Yonsei University), Interruption in Digital Convergence: Focused on Multi-Modality and Multi-Tasking
4. Inseong Lee, Kiho Lee, Gi-Woong Choi, Jinwoo Kim (Yonsei University), Seongwoon Kim, Joonah Park, Yeun Bae Kim (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), Sang-Ryong Kim (Mobile R&D of AV Division at Samsung Electronics), Encouraging Mobile Phone Users' Exploratory Browsing: Tag-Based Network Structure and Multi-Display Buttons
5. Qingwen Dong (University of the Pacific), The Impact of Social Intelligence and Self-esteem on Interpersonal Communication Competence
6. Noriko Suzuki, Ichiro Umata (NICT/ATR-CIS), Toshiro Kamiya (Research Institute for World Languages), Sadanori Ito, Shoichiro Iwasawa, Naomi Inoue, Tomoji Toriyama (ATR-KSL), Kiyoshi Kogure (NICT/ATR Cognitive Science Information Labs), Verbal and Nonverbal Behaviors in Group Work: A Case Study of Leadership through the Assembling Process

Papers IV -- 7/29 (Tue), 15:00-16:45

- Session A - Psychology: Thinking and Applied Cognition

1. Masashi Komori (Osaka Electro-Communication University), Satoru Kawamura (Osaka University), Shigekazu Ishihara (Hiroshima International University), Hiroshi Noguchi, Mikiko Tanaka, Kenji Kawabata (Osaka Electro-Communication University) , Averageness or Symmetry: Which Is Crucial for Facial Attractiveness?
2. Na-Yung Yu, Takashi Yamauchi, Jay Schumacher (Texas A&M University), Category Labels in Similarity Judgment
3. Naoko Kuriyama (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Kusumi Takashi (Kyoto University), Difference of Representation between Expert and Novice in Mathematical Problem Solving
4. Akira Ito, Motoshi Ohashi, Kei Kato, Kazunori Terada (Gifu University), How Humans Solve Iterative Non-zero-sum Games - the Difficulty of Cooperation
5. Na-Yung Yu, Takashi Yamauchi, Huei-Fang Yang, Yen-Lin Chen, Ricardo Osuna-Gutierrez (Texas A&M University), A Computational Method to Find Salient Features
6. Yugo Hayashi, Kazuhisa Miwa (Nagoya University), Schema-based and Evidence-based Communication in Human-Human and Human-Agent Interaction
7. Choon-Kyu Lee, Rochel Gelman (Rutgers University), Korean Fuzzy Number Words: A Window onto Number Representations and Number-word Pragmatics

- Session B - Linguistics: Morphology/Syntax and Phonology, Education

1. Yu-guang Ko (National Chung Cheng University), Isolating the Islands: Identifying the Sources of Complex NP Constraint and wh-island Constraint in Mandarin Chinese
2. Wooseung Lee, James H. S. Yoon (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), RNR Constructions in Korean Revisited
3. Shinae Kang (Seoul National University), The Effect of Native Language Phonology on the Perception of Non-native Sequence in the Word-medial Position
4. Eunsoo Cho, Soonkoo Kwon, Eun Mo Yeon, Hun Jeon, Yoonkyung Chung, Mimi Bong, Sung-il Kim (Korea University), Effects of Choice Deprivation on Task Interest and Self-efficacy
5. Naomi Miyake, Hajime Shirouzu (Chukyo University), Repeated Explanation for Learning 6. Yoonkyung Chung, Eunsoo Cho, Soonkoo Kwon, Hun Jeon, Eun Mo Yeon, Minhye Lee, Kyehyoung Lee, Mimi bong, Sung-il Kim (Korea University), The Effect of Intelligent Teachable Agent on Learners' Interest Comprehension
7. Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen (University of Helsinki), An Iconic Logic of Metaphors

- Session C - Neuroscience

1. Hiroshi Ito, Hirofumi Saito, Tomoko Shiraishi, Hideki Simizu, Yuji Yamamoto (Nagoya University), Brain Response in the Processing of Sequentially Presented Meaningless Postures as Measured by NIRS
2. Kyongsik Yun, Dongil Chung, Jaeseung Jeong (KAIST), Emotional Interaction in Human Decision-Making Using EEG Hyperscanning
3. Na-yeon Lee, Yeon-Kyung Lee, Yu-Rim Ahn, Joong-Il Kim (Yonsei University), Framing Effects of Newspaper Titles on the Perceptions of News Topics: An Event Related Potential Study
4. Bruno G. Bara, Angela Ciaramidaro, Mauro Adenzato, Ivan Enrici (University of Turin), Susanne Erk (University of Bonn), Lorenzo Pia (University of Turin), Henrik Walter (University of Bonn), How the Brain Comprehends Intentions
5. Dongil Chung, Kyongsik Yun, Jaeseung Jeong (KAIST), Neural Mechanisms of Free-riding and Cooperation in a Public Goods Game: An EEG Hyperscanning Study
6. Tae Wahn Kim, Kyung Soon Shin, Do-Hyung Kang, Yuri Koh, Jung-Seok Choi, Jun Soo Kwon (Seoul National University), Semantic Processing Deficit in Patients with Schizophrenia during Sentence Processing
7. Hirofumi Saito (Nagoya University), Tomoko Shiraishi (Tokai University), Hiroshi Ito, Misato Oi, Paul Rumme (Nagoya University), True Imitation Learning of Nursing Actions: A NIRS Study with Human and Dummy Patients


Posters I -- 7/27 (Sun), 9:00-13:00

- Linguistics
1. Andrey Mikhalev (Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University), A Phonosemantic View on the Problemof Categorization
2. Jun-nan Hsiao, Shelley Hsieh (National Cheng Kung University), The Interaction between Superordinate and Basic Level in Three-year-old Children
3. Yunchul Yoo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), The High Accusative in Korean: Multiple Accusatives in the Desiderative Construction
4. Olga Vladimirovna Pavlova (Kemerovo State University), Mass Media as Ideological Limitation
5. Man-chi Chien, Shelley Ching-yu Hsieh (National Cheng Kung University), Expressions of Negative Emotion in Mandarin Chinese.
6. Akihiro Ito (Seinan Gakuin University), The Interpretation of Japanese Word Order Patterns by Kindergartners Acquiring Japanese as a First Language
7. Lei Zhu (Shanghai International Studies University), How Does Speech Sound Perception Start Biologically?: A Theoretical Difficulty with Language Input in Chomsky's model of L1 Acquisition
8. Young-Se Kang (Kookmin University), A Markedness Theory of Case Licensing by Default
9. Eric M. Scott, Shelley Ching-yu Hsieh (National Cheng Kung University), Measuring Metonymic Comprehension of Taiwanese L2 Learners
10. Sanghoun Song, Jieun Jeon (Korea University), The Xavier Module - Information Processing of Treebanks
11. Helena Gao (Nanyang Technological University), A Cognitive Semantic Account of the Syntactic Structure of the Hand Action Verb Na in Chinese
12. Anastasia Giannakidou, Suwon Yoon (University of Chicago), Comparative and Negation: Three Types of Comparatives in Greek and Korean
13. Maki Sakamoto, Akira Utsumi (The University of Electro-Communications), Semantic Diversity Revealed by a Comparison between Two Types of Adjective Metaphors
14. Natsumi Takahashi (Kyoto University), Two Types of Interpretation of the Japanese Relational Noun “X-no mae” as a Case Study
15. Hyejin Hong, Sunhee Kim, Minhwa Chung (Seoul National University), The Effects of Consonant-Related Phonetic Constraints on Korean Phoneme Recognition
16. Juhyeon Hwang (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), How to License Multiple Negative Sensitive Items: Constraints and Consequences
17. Sean M. Witty (University of Florida), Korean Adposition
18. Meng Ji (Imperial College London), Measuring Cognitive Factors in Contrastive Linguistics 19. Brandon C. Loudermilk (University of California), Davis Todd Detwiler (University of Washington), George Ojemann (University of Washington), James F. Brinkley (University of Washington), David P. Corina (University of California), Neuroanatomical Correlates of Language Paraphasias: A View from Cortical Stimulation Mapping (Participant Posters)
20. Bin Xin (Nanjing Normal University), Critical Discourse Analysis from a Cognitive Linguistic Perspective
21. Keunyong Lee, Ki-seon Park, Yong-seok Lee (Chonbuk National University), Finite State Transducer for Natural Language Processing: Related with the ANY Symbol, Single Insertion and Marking Operation
22. Chuanbin Ni (Nanjing Normal University), Attrition of English Negation by Chinese Learners: Evidence for Jakobson's Regression Hypothesis
Posters II -- 7/28 (Mon), 12:20-14:10

- Anthropology
1. Juha Hyun, Seungeun Kim, Kwanghee Han (Yonsei University), Can a Monitoring Animated Character Facilitate the Performance?
- Artificial Intelligence
2. Soojung Lim, Jin-Hyuk Hong, Sung-Bae Cho (Yonsei University), Usability Test for Natural Language Based Video Retrieval System
3. Hyeon-Kyeong Kim (Hanshin University), Seungdo Kim (Hallym University), Qualitative Modeling of Incineration Process

- Computer Science
4. Harumi Murakami (Osaka City University), Chizu Kanata (Chuosystem Corporation), Transaction Log Analysis of a Japanese Mobile Phone OPAC
5. Mohd Kamal Othman, Noranzatusy Nazri, Mohd Barawi, Teh Chee Siong (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak), Public Spaces Learning: A Preliminary Report on Multi User Single Environment (MUSE) in Museum

- Education
6. Norio Ishii, Kuniyo Shiba, Naomi Isobe (Aichi Kiwami College of Nursing), Fostering Creativity through the Creation of Toys in Nursing Education
7. Hee Young Choi (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Parental Choice and Children's Bilingual and Biliteracy Development
8. Hajime Shirouzu, Naomi Miyake (Chukyo University), A Course of Development of College Lectures
9. Jee-hyun Kim, Min-Gyu Kim, Youn-Soo Kim (Yonsei University), Effects of Social Support from the Teachers in Supplementary Institutions on Subjective Well-Being and Educational Achievement Assessment

- Neuroscience
10. Yuri Koh, June Sic Kim, Kyung Soon Shin, Do-Hyung Kang, Chun Kee Chung, Jun Soo Kwon (Seoul National University), A MEG Study on the Alpha Event-Related Desynchronization in Ultra-High-Risk for Schizophrenia
11. Seok-Woo Jang, Hyung-Chul O.Li (Kwang Woon University), The ERP of Auditory Hallucination in the High and Low Hypnotic Susceptibility Groups
12. Soonki Hong (Sungkyunkwan University), Visually Evoked Cognitive Functions in Different Personality Groups
13. Junchul Park, Jeong-Tae Kwon, Hyun-Taek Kim, June-Seek Choi (Korea University), Infralimbic Cortex Stimulation Paired with CS Applied under Anesthesia Facilitates Fear Extinction
14. Yung-Shin Sung, Hackjin Kim, Eun-Ah Park, Un-Seop Kim, Bo-Kyung Kim, Min Sohn (Korea University), Beauty or Smile?: Functionally Overlapping and Distinctive Neural Circuitries Involved in Encoding Facial Attractiveness and Facial Emotion
15. Ji-Won Chun, Jae-Jin Kim, Hae-Jeong Park, Il-Ho Park, Dan bee Choi (Yonsei University), The Brain Response of Emotional Stimulus on Emotional Discrimination
16. Ji-Won Chun, Hae-Jeong Park, Il-Ho Park , Se Joo Kim, Jae-Jin Kim (Yonsei University), The Brain Responses of the Difference between Cognitive Process and Emotional Discrimination
17. Hyeon-Ae Jeon, Kyoung-Min Lee (Seoul National University), Brain Activity during Picture Naming Correlated with the Word-frequency of the Names: An Event-related fMRI
18. Bong-Kiun Kaang, Nam-Kyung Yu, Hyoung Kim, Jun-Hyeok Choi (Seoul National University), Nuclear/nucleolar Protein mLLP is Required for Spatial Memory Formation in Mice
19. Bong-Kiun Kaang, Hye-Ryeon Lee, Jun-Hyeok Choi, Nuribalhae Lee (Seoul National University), The Effect of Idesolide, Herbal Extract, on Hippocampus-dependent Recognition Memory
20. E-M. Kim (University of Ulster), J.J. Elliot, E. O'Hare (Queen's University), Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Treatment Arrests Cognitive Deterioration following Intra- hippocampal Parkinson's-Related NAC61-95 Injections in the Rat
21. Na Young Shin, Do-Hyung Kang, Yoo Sun Chung , Jung-Suk Choi, Myung-Hoon Jung, J-S Kwon (Seoul National University), Neuro-cognitive Functions in Drug-naïe Patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
22. Naruhiko Fukino, Keiji Uchikawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Higher Level Chromatic Mechanisms Revealed by Binocular Rivalry
23. Kyung Mi Park, Sang Chul Chong (Yonsei University), Increased Visual Signal Compensates for Disruption of Face Processing due to Electrical Stimulation
24. Jaeho Seol, June Sic Kim, Chun Kee Chung (Seoul National University), Does Timbre Recognition Begin Early in Auditory Processing?: A Preliminary Study
25. Hyeongrae Lee, Jeonghun Ku, Wonho Lee, Kiwan Han, Jinsick Park (Hanyang University), Kang Jun Yoon (St. Peter’s Hospital ), Jae-Jin Kim (Yonsei University Severance Mental Health Hospital), In Young Kim & Sun I. Kim (Hanyang University), Brain Activities Related to Be Rejected by Other in nterpersonal Interaction
26. Ah-Young Roh, Do-Hyung Kang, Kyung Soon Shin, Yuri Koh, Jun Soo Kwon (Seoul National University), Influences of Negative-emotional Stimuli to the Response Inhibition Using Event-related Potentials
27. Ji Yeon Han, Do-Hyung Kang, Bon-Mi Gu, Wi Hoon Jung, Ji-Young Park, Jung-Seok Choi (Seoul National University), Chi-Hoon ChoiJong-Min Lee (Hanyang University), Jun Soo Kwon (Seoul National University), The Change of Brain Activation Patterns during Task-switching in Drug-naïe Patients with Obsessive-compulsive Disorder after 4-month Treatment: An Event-related fMRI Study

- Others
28. Yuri Koh, June Sic Kim, Kyung Soon Shin, Do-Hyung Kang, Chun Kee Chung, Jun Soo Kwon (Seoul National University), Attentional Allocation Deficits in Schizophrenia at Ultra-High-Risk: A MEG Study
29. Wi Hoon Jung, Do-Hyung Kang, Ji-Young Park, Ji Yeon Han, Jung-Seok Choi, Myung Hun Jung (Seoul National University), Chi-Hoon Choi, Jong-Min Lee (Hanyang University), Jun Soo Kwon (Seoul National University), Brain Response to Reward and Loss in the Patients with Obsessive-compulsive Disorder

- Psychology A
30. Yuya Yamanaka , Naomi Miyake (Chukyo University), Fragmental and Multiple Mental Models for Car Navigation Operation
31. Seokjoon Chun, A Young Phang (Yonsei University), A Study on Path Model of Neuroticism and Extroversion: Mediation of Career Decision - Making Self-efficacy and Social Support
32. Min Gyu Kim, Woo-Yeol Shin, Jae-Han Lee, Kyeong-Jeong Jan (Yonsei University), Effects of Life Satisfaction on Conflict Monitoring: An Event Related Potential Study
33. Youn-Soo Kim, Min-Gyu Kim, Jee-Hyun Kim (Yonsei University), Effects of Self-esteem and Extroversion on Life Satisfaction via Self-Disclosure: An Autoregressive Cross-Lagged Modeling with the Latent Variables
34. Min Gyu Kim, Yu-Rim Ahn, Na-Yeon Lee, Woo-Yeol Shin (Yonsei University), Examining the Causal Direction between Perception of Relatedness and Subjective Well-being
35. Min Gyu Kim, Yu-Rim Ahn, Yeon-Kyung Lee (Yonsei University), Longitudinal Effects of Media Use on Perceptions of the Korean Presidential Candidates: An Analysis of Latent Growth Modeling
36. Nangyeon Natalie Lim, Eunkook Mark Suh (Yonsei University), Age, Power, and Perspective Taking in Hierarchical Society
37. Byoung-Kyong Min, Jaehan Lee, Kyeongjeong Han (Yonsei University), EEG Alpha Activity Reflects Social Contextual Processing during a Color-Matching Task
38. Hiroshi Noguchi, Masashi Komori (Osaka Electro-Communication University), The Relationship between Higher-order Beliefs and Group Member Status
39. Noriko Shingaki, Hisao Nojima (Seijo University), How a Building Is Customized through Time?: Research on Social Customization
40. Yong-doo Park, A Young Phang (Yonsei University), A Study on Path Model of Self-presentation, Social Support, Career Decision-making Self-efficacy and Career Decision Level: Social Cognitive Theory of Career
41. Chorong Ryu, Eunkook M. Suh (Yonsei University), People Love Their Foreign Names, Too: Strong Implicit Self-esteem in a Collectivistic Culture
42. Wookyoung Jung, Takashi Yamauchi (Texas A&M University), Creating Realistic 3D Stimuli for Behavioral Studies
43. Sanghee Bae (Hallym University), Jeounghoon Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Eungyung Jo (Hallym University), Inference of Intention from Movement
44. Kyoung-Mi Jang, Bit-Na Kim, Sun-Kyoung Kim , Myung-Sun Kim (Sungshin Women's University), Neuropsychological Profile of Female College Students with Subclinical Obsessive-compulsive Symptom
45. Yoo Ree Lee, Kyung-Ja Oh (Yonsei University), Cognitive Buffers Against Suicide: Validation of the Factor Structure of the Reasons for Living Inventory in a Korean Sample
46. Joo-Eun Lee, Curie Park, Maria Chang (Yonsei University), Preference for Cognitive Certainty Related Differences in Psychological Stress for Students with Migratory Experiences
47. Jinyong Lee, Jinsu Jo, Yillbyung Lee (Yonsei University), Generation of the Relative Depth Map Using Focal Information
48. Hui Gao (Northwest Polytechnical University), A Comparative Study of English -'s and Chinese de
49. Yoon Jo Park (Sungkyunkwan University), The Relationship among Self-Regulation, Anger, and Aggressive Behaviors of Children
50. Norehan Zulkiply (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak), Science and Consciousness
51. Wai Ling Lai (Hokkaido University), A Philosophical Study of Mental Representations Based on a notion of Homeostatic Maintenance
52. S. Adiyasuren (National University, Mongolia), Research in Enterprise Information Infrastructure

Posters III -- 7/29 (Tue), 12:10-15:00

- Psychology B
1. Jun-Ho Seo, Hyung-Chul O. Li (Kwangwoon University), Temporal/Regional Properties of Inhibition/Facilitation of Return: ERP Study
2. Sumi Park, Jang-Han Lee (Chung-Ang University), Visual Selective Attention: Eye-movement Processes and Interaction between Space-based Attention and Object-based Attention
3. You Jung Choi (Yonsei University), Korean Adults' Essentialist Beliefs about Children's Traits
4. Heisawn Jeong, Hyo Sik Kim (Hallym Unversity), How Does Advantage in Domain Knowledge Influence Older Adults’ Interpretation of Texts?
5. Yu-jin Kim (Yonsei University), Can Korean Preschoolers Use Gaze Duration to Infer Others Preferences without Verbal Support?
6. Min-young Kim (Yonsei University), Korean Infants' Ability to Encode the Goals of Others' Pointing Actions
7. Sujin Yang (National University of Singapore), Hwajin Yang (Singapore Management University), Barbara Lust (Cornell University), Triangulating the Effects of Bilingualism and Culture on Cognitive Development: Experimental Comparison of Korean and American 4 Year Olds on an Attention Network Test
8. Min-Gyung Choi, Hyun-Jung Shin (Pusan National University), Verbs and Adjectives in Interpretation Represent the Types of Interpretation of Noun-Noun Conceptual Combination?
9. Sangrae Kim, Jihyun Kim, Sang Chul Chong (Yonsei University), Measuring Consciousness Quantitatively in the Visual Field
10. Yoon-Jung Jung, Nguyen Nam, Min-Shik Kim (Yonsei University), How Does Awareness (or the Lack of It) Modulate Intertrial Processing of Task-relevant Information?
11. Nana Kanzaki, Miwa Kazuhisa (Nagoya University), An Experimental Investigation on Effects of Explanation Activities on Creative Idea Generation
12. Ji Young Chang, Curie Park, Joo-Eun Lee (Yonsei University), An Exploratory Study on the Impact of Migratory Experiences on Cultural Intelligence
13. Nahyun Yoo, Jigeun Kim (Yonsei University), Realistic Self-efficacy and Career Barriers: Social Cognitive Model in Korea
14. Hyun-joo Song, Jung-eun Yun, Woo-yeol Lee (Yonsei University), Korean Adults' Use of Discourse Information When Disambiguating Omitted Subjects
15. Moon-gee Choi, Kichun Nam (Korea University), Time Course of Emotional Information in Emotional Stroop Task.
16. Yasuhiro Goto (Hokusei Gakuen University), Influence of BGM and Lighting on Atmosphere of Indoor Room
17. Jaehyun Han (Korea University), Min-Shik Kim (Yonsei University), The Interaction of Prime and Mask in the Processing of Repeated-emotional Stimuli
18. Hiroyuki Ito (Nagoya University), An Integrative Incongruity Model of Humor Elicitation
19. Myoung Hoon Jeon, Ubeom Heo, Jung Hee Ahn, Jin Kim (LG Electronics), Emotional Palette: Affective User eXperience Elements for Product Design According to User Segmenta
20. Jung-hye Kwon, Jiyoung Jung, Seulah Lee, Kira Park, Saeah Park (University of Korea), Computerized Measurement to Detect Categorical Perception of Emotion in Schizophrenia
21. Hyosun Jung, Minjung Kim, Woorim Jeong, Min Park, Seungbok Lee (Chungbuk National University), Hyo-Woon Yoon (Gachon University of Medicine and Science), Hei-Rhee Ghim (Chungbuk National University), Reading of Facial Expression with Complex Emotions: An fMRI Study
22. Naoko Matsumoto (Kyushu University), Hajime Murai (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Daisuke Moriyasu (NEC Corporations), Akifumi Tokosumi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Positive Emotions in Driving Analyzed with Think Aloud Protocols: Toward a Cognitive Model of Driver
23. Yuki Osanai (Taisho University), Basic Study on Apathy with a Focus on Its Relationship to Depression
24. Eunju Tae, Daehyun Jung, Kwanghee Han (Yonsei University), Do Affective Icons Work Better?: The Effects of Affective Quality of Icons on Icon Usability
25. Soohyun Kim, Kwanghee Han (Yonsei University), The Effects of Changes to the Interface on Usability
26. Ji-won Kim, Kwanghee Han (Yonsei University), The Relationship between Avatar's Pupils and Attraction
27. Keetaek Kham (Kangwon National University), Hyung-Chul O. Li, Seunghyun Lee (Kwangwoon University), Systematic Measurement of Visual Fatigue from 3D Contents with 3D Specific Scene Parameters
28. Bia Kim, Sewon Lee (Pusan National University), Kyong-Ho Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute of Korea), Jaesik Lee (Pusan National University), Comparison of Driver's Cognitive and Behavioral Performances in 2D Graphic, Augmented Reality, and Combined In-Car Navigation Systems
29. Kyung Soo Lee, Young Woo Sohn (Yonsei University), Expertise Effect in Flight Situation Awareness
30. SooJin Park (Chungbuk National University), Hyosun Kim (Yonsei University), Changyoung Oh, Ji-Hyoun Lim, Ochae Kwon (Samsung Electronics Co, LTD), An Evaluation of Haptic Factors in Keypad Design for Mobile Phones Using Affection Scales
31. Kyong-sun Jin, Hyun-joo Song (Yonsei University), Korean Children Use Case Markers to Understand Sentence Meaning: Evidence from 5- and 3-Year-Olds
32. Hyun-joo Song, You Jung Choi (Yonsei University), Korean Children's Use of Discourse Information when Understanding Null-subject Sentences
33. Naoya Kato, Kazuhiro Ueda, Haruaki Fukuda (The University of Tokyo), Toyofumi Sasaki (NBS Japan Society of Speed Reading Education, Masaharu Kato (Tokyo Women's Medial University), Can Difference in Brain Activity Cause Difference in Reading Speed? - A Psychological Experiment and NIRS Measurements-
34. Ka Min Kim, Yun Ji Kim, Min-Shik Kim (Yonsei University), Negative Priming of Ignored Context in Visual Search
35. Seulah Lee, Ji Hyun Kim, Jieun Lee (Yonsei University), Effect of a Perceptual Cue during Sequential Motor Skill Learning
36. Myung-ah Rhee, U-jin Lee (Yonsei University), The Learning Skill of Childhood Cancer Survivors in Korea
37. Anna Lee (The University of Chester), Structural and Positional Features of Chinese Component Radicals
38. Kichun Nam, Wonil Choi, Jina Kim, Kichun Nam (Korea University), The Korean Syllable Length Effect on English Word Recognition
39. Hee Yeon Im, Kil Ho Shin Sang Chul Chong, (Yonsei University), The Effect of Grouping on the Computation of Mean Object Size
40. Kyung Soo Do, Hyun-Jung Kim (Sungkyunkwan University), The Effects of Mood on False Memories
41. Tetsunoshin Fujii, Yasuhiro Kawabata (Hokkaido University), The Effects of Presentation Size and Chromatic Contrasts to Natural Scene Memory
42. Sei-Young Kim, Eun Hye Park (Korea University), Kyongsik Yun, Jaeseung Jeong, Kanghee Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), June Seek Choi, Hyun Taek Kim (Korea University), ERPs Elicited by Episodic Memory Retrievals in Virtual Environments
43. Sungeun Kim, Juha Hyun, Kwanghee Han (Yonsei University), The Effect of Emotion and Accuracy of Prediction on Hindsight Bias
44. Hee Jung Kim, Hye Young Nam, Min Shik Kim (Yonsei University), Working Memory Training: How to Reduce Working Memory Load Effect
45. Hwia Park, Hyung-Chul O. Li (Kwangwoon University), Examination of the Domain Specificity of the Storage and the Process in Working Memory
46. Mi-Sook Park (Chungnam National University), Sook-Hee Kim (US Army Substance Abuse Program), Sunju Sohn (University of Texas), Jin-Hun Sohn (Chungnam National University), Brain Areas Involved in Verbal Working Memory in Alcohol Use Disorders
47. Kyungmi Kim, Do-Joon Yi (Yonsei University), Effects of Memory Suppression on the Perception of Subjected Stimuli
48. Yong Sik Yoon, Sun-A Lee, Jeong-A Kim, Hae-Won Yoon (Yonsei University), Self-Encoding and Prospective Memory: Evidence for the Spontaneous Retrieval
49. Norehan Zulkiply (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak), Spatial versus Verbal Tests: Differences in Gender and Stream of Education
50. Ji-Eun Park, Chang-Kyu Lee (Chungnam National University), Myung-Ae Chung (ETRI), Jin-Hun Sohn (Chungnam National University), Role of the Angular Gyrus during a Verbal Analogy Reasoning Task : An fMRI Study
51. Hyosun Jung, Seungbok Lee, Woo Hyun Jung (Chungbuk National University), The Effect of Direction on Recognizing Object Representation
52. Byoung-Kyong Min, Joong Il Kim, Byungsik Seo, Ji Won Chun, Haeil Park, Jae-Jin Kim, Hae-Jeong Park (Yonsei University), Involvement of the Visual Association Cortex in Congenitally Blind Subjects during Mental Imagery
53. Yoon Joo Yoo, Woo Hyun Jung (Chungbuk National University), The Effects of Collinearity, Continuity and Regularity of Induced Segments on Neon Color Spreading
54. Ji Hye Kil, Ji Yeon Park, Seung Won Joung (Yonsei University), A Study on the Audience’s News Perception: A Comparative Analysis of Specialized Newspapers and Daily Newspaper’s Section
55. Bit-Na Kim, Kyoung-Mi Jang, Sun-Kyoung Kim, Myung-Sun Kim (Sungshin Women's University), Local-global Processing in Female College Students with Subclinical Obsessive-compulsive Symptoms
56. Mi-sung Kim, Youn-Soo Kim (Yonsei University), Influence of Credibility Factors of Sports Communicator by Broadcasting Station and Audience Perception on the Satisfaction of Watching TV Focusing on Differences of Basketball and Figure Skating
57. Lawrie McKay, Phil McAleer, David Simmons, Frank E. Pollick (University of Glasgow), A Novel Technique for Quantifying the Contribution of form Information in Point Light Displays
58. Nohil Park, Mi Sung Kim, Eun Hye Kim (Yonsei University), A Study of the Influence of Instant Messenger User’s Interpersonal Communication Competence on Social Presence
59. ChangHo Park (Chonbuk National University), Null Effect of Uniform Connectedness and the Impact of Report Task on the Perception of Brief Displays
60. Shin Murakshi (Shizuoka University), Knowledge and Inference Process behind Contour Interpretation by Expert Map Readers.
61. Sangyong Park (Sungkyunkwan University), The Effects of Science Problem-solving in Schema and Awareness of Metacognition
62. Ji-Eun Park, Jin-Sup Eom, Ik-Hyun Kim (Chungnam National University), Myung-Ae Chung (ETRI), Jin-Hun Sohn (Chungnam National University), Comparison of the Neural Substrates during the Tower of London and N-Back Task: An fMRI Study
63. Joo-Hee Kim, Soh-Jeong Yang (Yonsei University), Cognitive Skills Training for Children with Mental Retardation: A Case Study
64. Hye-Jin Kim, You-Jin Yang (Yonsei University), Discrete Trial Training Enhancing Social Cognition Development for Children with Autism: a Case Study
65. Na-young Shin, Seung-ah Lee (Yonsei University), Discrete Trial Training For a Child with Mild Mental Retardation to Improve Basic Number Concept
66. Myoung Hoon Jeon (LG Electronics), A Proposal for a Cognitive Creativity Model: A Gradually Divergent Thinking Model Based on Cognitive Economy
67. Dylan Evans (University College Cork), Not So New: Overblown Claims for
68. Woonjung Cho, Daehyun Jung, Eunju Tae, Juha Hyun, Soohyun Kim, Kwanghee Han (Yonsei University), Does Changing Colors in the Cloth Affect Emotions? - Effects of Changing Color on Emotion, Focusing on Photonic Clothing
69. Makio Taira (Miyagi University of Education), When Search Engines Fail to Facilitate Students’ Learning
70. Jihyun Lee (Sungkyunkwan University), Improving Self-discovery for Youth with the Cognitive and Motivational Perspective
71. Hiroshi Takenouchi , Yoshiyasu Takefuji (Keio University), Designing a New Mnemonic Device for Leaning Knotting
72. Mei-Chen Chu, Ching-Fan Sheu (National Cheng Kung University), Sebastien Lê Context Effect in Categorizing Chinese Words: Evidence from a Sorting Task


Workshop I -- 7/27 (Sun), 9:00-18:30

- Topic: Quantification in East Asian Languages
- Organizer: Kei Yoshimoto (Tohoku U)

- Tutorial:
§ Alastair Butler (JSPS/Tohoku University), Crouching Quantification, Hidden Variable
§ Eric McCready (Aoyama Gakuin University), Quantificational Phenomena in East Asian Languages
- Invited Talk 1:
§ Bart Geurts (University of Nijmegen), Quantifiers and Discourse Referents
- Papers:
§ Kazuhiko Fukushima (Kansai Gaidai University), Japanese -mo (or -ka) Is Not a True Quantifier
§ Yoon-Kyung Joh (University of Pennsylvania), Korean Plural System
§ Mana Kobuchi-Philip (Untrecht University), A Unified Semantic Analysis of Japanese -mo
§ Sumiyo Nishiguchi (Osaka University), Continuation-based CCG of Japanese Quantifiers
- Invited Talk 2:
§ Thomas Hun-tak Lee (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Children's Sensitivity to the Clause-boundedness Constraint on Quantification
- Invited Talk 3:
§ James Putejovsky (Brendies University), Unarticulated Constituents and the Problem of Contextual Interpretation

Workshop II -- 7/28 (Mon), 13:20-17:45

- Topic: Language, Culture and Cognition
- Organizer: Debi Roberson (University of Essex)
- Papers:
§ Asifa Majid (Max Planck Institute), The Relationship between Semantic, Visuo-spatial and Sensori-motor Representations of the Body
§ Tony Belpaeme (University of Plymouth), How Machines Can Learn the Meaning of Words and What We Can Learn from Them
§ Hyensou Pak (Yeungnam University), Debi Roberson and J Richard Hanley (University of Essex), Unique Hue Judgments and Threshold Measurements in Different Languages: A Comparison in Korean and English
§ Jules Davidoff (Goldsmiths University of London), Animal Categories: More Evidence that Language Affects Perception
§ Li-Hai Tan (University of Hong Kong) and Paul Kay (University of California at Berkeley), Language Influences Perception: Neuroimaging Evidence for the Whorfian Effect

Workshop III -- 7/29 (Tue), 09:00-13:00

- Topic: Reading Difficulties in Children Learning Asian Languages

- Organizers: Catherine McBride-Chang (Chinese University of Hong Kong),
Jeung-Ryeul Cho (Kyungnam U)
- Papers:
§ Jeung-Ryeul Cho, Jung-Sook Jee (Kyungnam University), Visual and Phonological Deficits in Korean Developmental Dyslexia
§ Heather Winskel (University of Western Sydney), Reading and Spelling in Thai Children
§ Alice Cheng-Lai (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Improving Reading Outcomes for Chinese Children with Specific Learning Disabilities: Using Curriculum Based Measurements to Develop Parent-Tutoring Interventions
§ Xiangzhi Meng (Peking University), Alice Cheng-Lai (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Jie Jian and Xiaolin Zhou (Peking University), ERP Correlates of the Orthographic and Phonological Processing in Chinese-Speaking Developmental Dyslexia
§ Catherine McBride-Chang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), Anita Wong (Hong Kong University), Phil D. Liu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), Early Language Markers of Reading Difficulty in Hong Kong Chinese Children

Workshop IV -- 7/29 (Tue), 13:00-16:50

- Topic: Symposium on Decision Making and the Brain

- Organizers: Min Whan Jung (Ajou University), Choongkil Lee (Seoul National University), Daeyeol Lee (Yale University)
- Papers:
§ Min Whan Jung, Hosuk Kim, Jung Hoon Sul, Namjung Huh (Ajou University), Reinforcement Learning and Cortex-basal Ganglia Loop
§ Daeyeol Lee, Xinying Cai, Soyoun Kim, Hyojung Seo (Yale University), Decision Making in Non-human Primates
§ Mitsuo Kawato, Masahiko Haruno (ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories), Internal Models and Heterarchical Reinforcement Learning for Social Interactions
§ Hackjin Kim (Korea University), Functionally Dissociable Neural Components Underlying Human Social Decisions
§ Ming Hsu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Neuroeconomics and Justice What We Can Learn from Them

Monday, July 21, 2008

연구개발인력교육원 주최 인지과학교육과정; 8/26-29/ KAIST

연구개발인력교육원 주최 인지과학교육과정; 8/26-29/ KAIST

인지과학 교육과정

인지과학은 우리의 인간관, 기계관, 과학기술에 대한 개념까지도 바꾸어 놓을 만큼 새롭게 부각되는 매우 중요한 학문으로 자연과학, 공학 뿐만 아니라 심리학 등 인문사회과학까지 포괄하는 대표적인 융․복합 연구의 대상입니다.
연구개발인력교육원은 인지과학에 대한 연구원 여러분의 이해를 돕고 학제적인 연구의 저변을 확대하기 위해 「인지과학 교육과정」을 개설하였습니다.인지과학의 현황과 미래 발전방향, 그리고 학제적 연구에 관심이 있는 많은 분들의 참여를 바랍니다. 참고로 본 과정은 인지과학에 대한 개론 형태로 이 분야에 대한 전문가가 아닌 일반 연구원들을 대상으로 기획, 구성하였음을 알려드립니다.

교육기간 : 2008. 8. 26(화) ~ 8. 29(금)
신청기간 : 2008. 8. 11(월) ~ 8. 19(화)
신청방법 : (연구개발인력교육원 홈페이지)
교육장소 : (대전)KAIST 동문창업관 영상강의실
교육대상 : 출연(연), 공공기관, 대학, 민간기업 연구원(50명 이내)
교육목적 : 인지과학의 융합학문적 틀을 사용, 비전공자가 자신의 과학기술 연구를 학제적으로 발전시킬 수 있는 융합 능력을 배양

교육내용 : 인지과학 및 개론 응용예, 신경시스템 개론, 인지실험 방법론, 인지기능(감각, 기억, 언어, 감성, 의사결정, 창의성 등)
교과강사 : 이수영 외 8인
교육문의 : 연구개발인력교육원 최숙정(042-820-5621,

• 세부일정 :

1. 1일차(8/26, 화)

09:30~10:00 교육 등록
10:00~10:10 인사 말씀(인력교육원장)
10:10~12:10 인지시스템: 살아가는 방법의 변화
12:10~13:20 중식
13:20~15:20 인지시스템: 인간을 닮은 기계
15:20~17:20 인지공학: 인간을 위한 기기 설계

2. 2일차(8/27, 수)

09:30~11:30 신경시스템 : 연결의 중요성
11:30~13:00 중식
13:00~15:00 감각과 지각: 세계로 향한 마음의 창
15:00~17:00 인지과학방법론 : 마음에서 현상으로
17:00~17:00 뇌기능영상 실험실 방문

3. 3일차(8/28, 목)

09:30~11:30 학습과 기억 : 영원한 동반자
11:30~13:00 중식
13:00~15:00 언어: 인간과 동물의 차이
15:00~18:00 창의성과 사회성 : 성공의 기본요소

4. 4일차(8/29, 금)

09:30~11:30 감성 : 제 2의 지성
11:30~13:00 중식
13:00~15:00 추리와 의사결정 : 인지과학적 접근
15:00~17:00 인지과학방법론 : 마음에서 현상으로
15:00~18:00 새로운 시작 : 인지과학의 적용과 평가

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