Technical Reports: 1990-1999

Title Authors Tech# 
Year
Contribution of the Prefrontal Cortex to Metamemory Experiences Robert L. Widner, Jr.
University of Colorado
Hajime Otani
Central Michigan University
99-06
(1999)
Investigating the Origins of Teachers' Beliefs of Students' Algebra Development Mitchell J. Nathan
University of Colorado 
Ken Koedinger
Carnegie Mellon
99-05
(1999)
Teachers' and Researchers' Beliefs About Algebra Development Mitchell J. Nathan
University of Colorado 
Ken Koedinger
Carnegie Mellon
99-04
(1999)
Teachers' Judgements on Algebra Problem Difficulty Mitchell J. Nathan
University of Colorado 
Ken Koedinger
Carnegie Mellon
99-03
(1999)
Predication Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado
99-02
(1999)
Conjunctive Representations in Learning and Memory: Principals of Cortical and Hippocampal Function Randall C. O'Reilly
Jerry W. Rudy
University of Colorado
99-01 
(1999)
Switchboard SWBD-DAMSL Shallow-Discourse-Function Annotation Coders Manual, Draft 13
Part 1, Part 2
Daniel Jurafsky
Debra Biasci
University of Colorado
Elizabeth Shriberg
SRI International
97-02
(1997)
Effects of Discourse Context on Inference Computation During Text Comprehension Yasunori Morishima
Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado
97-01
(1997)
Teachers and Early Algebra. Difficulty Factors in Arithmetic and Algebra: The Disparity of Teachers' Beliefs and Students' Performances Mitchell J. Nathan
University of Colorado
Ken Koedinger
Hermina Tabachneck
Carnegie Mellon
96-06
(1996)
The Influence of Feedback on Two Versions of a Related Text: VI Verne Keenan
Philip Langer
Kristin Diesel
University of Colorado
96-05
(1996)
A Selective Preservation of Numbers and Geographic Information in a Severe Anomic Patient: A Consequence of Degraded Visual Knowledge Base? Gail Ramsberger
Akira Miyake
Lise Menn
Kathleen Reilly
Christopher M. Filley
96-04
(1996)
Model-Based Analysis of Required Knowledge For Successful Interaction With A Novel Display Muneo Kitajima
National Institute of Bioscience and Human-Technology
University of Colorado
96-03
(1996)
A Comprehension-Based Model of Exploration Muneo Kitajima
National Institute of Bioscience and Human-Technology
Peter Polson
University of Colorado
96-02 
(1996)
Principles of Learning in Multimedia Eductaional Systems 
Part 1Part 2
Eileen Kintsch
Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado 
Marita Franzke
US West Advanced Technologies
96-01 
(1996)
A Solution to Plato's Problem: The Latent Semantic Analysis Theory of Acquistion, Induction and Representation of Knowledge Thomas K Landauer
University of Colorado
Susan T. Dumais
Bellcore
95-09 
(1995)
New Conceptual Model for Avionics Annunciation Lance Sherry
Honeywell Air Transport Systems
Peter G. Polson University of Colorado
95-08 
(1995)
Challenging Students' Misconceptions of Higher Order Mathematics: Visualizing Functions as Data Objects Julie DiBiase
University of Colorado
95-07 
(1995)
Practice Specificity In the Classic Stroop Color-Word Task Deborah Marie Clawson
University of Colorado
95-05 
(1995)
Acquisition and Retention of Morse Code Reception Skills Deborah Marie Clawson
University of Colorado
95-04 
(1995)
The Role of Semantic Relations in Text-Sentence Recognition Thomas Guthke
University of Colorado
Reinhard Beyer
Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin
95-03
(1995)
The Interaction of Preserved Pragmatics and Impaired Syntax in Japanese and English Aphasic Speech Lise Menn 
Kathleen Fee Reilly
Makoto Hayashi
University of Colorado
Akio Kamio
Dokkyo University
Ikuyo Fujita
National Canter for Rehabilitation, Tokorozawa
Sumiko Sasanuma
International University for Health and Wlefare, Ohtawara
95-02
(1995)
Action Selection Error Probabilities in the Construction-Integration Theory-Based Model of Display-Based Human-Computer Interaction Muneo Kitajima
National Institute of Bioscience and Human-Technology
University of Colorado
95-01
(1995)
The Influence of Feedback on Two Versions of a Related Text: V  Philip Langer
Verne Keenan
Julie Wetzel
Juree Jacques-Griffin
David Chiszar
University of Colorado
94-09
(1994)
Applications of Formal Models of Human-Computer Interaction to Training and Use of the Control and Display Unit PeterPolson
Sharon Irving
J.E. Irving
University of Colorado
94-08
(1994)
A Field Study of Exploratory Learning Strategies  John Rieman
University of Colorado
94-07
(1994)
Comprehending Consistent and Inconsistent Causal Text Sequences: A Construction-Intergration Analysis Murray Singer
University of Manitoba
University of Colorado
94-06
(1994)
Exploration and Experienced Performance with Display-Based Systems Marita Fanzke 
University of Colorado
94-05
(1994)
The Influence of Feedback on Two Versions of a Text: IV Philip Langer
Verne Keenan
Julie Wetzel
University of Colorado
94-03
(1994)
A Comprehension-Based Model of Correct Performance and Errors in Skilled, Display-Based Human-Computer Interaction Muneo Kitajima
Peter G. Polson
University of Colorado
94-02
(1994)
Long-Term Working Memory K. Anderson Ericsson
The Florida State University
Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado
94-01
(1994)
The Influence of Feedback on Two Versions of a Text: III Philip Langer
Verne Keenan
M.E. Schreiner
University of Colorado
93-09
(1993)
Developmental Differences in a Summary Task: The Role of Active Knowledge  Juan Luis Luque
Juan A. Garcia Madruga
University of Colorado
93-08
(1993)
The Cognitive Walkthrough Method: A Practitioner's Guide Cathleen Wharton
John Rieman
Clayton Lewis
Peter Polson
University of Colorado
93-07
(1993)
The Role of Psychological Theory in Usability Inspection Methods Cathleen Wharton
Clayton Lewis
University of Colorado
93-06
(1993)
Working Memory in Text Comprehension: Interrupting Difficult Text Danielle S. McNamara
Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado
93-05
(1993)
Are good texts always better? Interactions of text coherence, background knowledge, and levels of understanding in learning from text Danielle S. McNamara
Eileen Kintsch
Nancy Butler Songer
Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado
93-04
(1993)
The Role Lexical Information and Discourse Context in Syntactic Processing: A Review of Psycholinguistic Studies Evelyn C. Ferstl
University of Colorado
93-03
(1993)
Components of Elements: Procedural and Declarative Components of Transfer Marita Franzke 
University of Colorado
93-02
(1993)
Reader's Comprehension and Strategies in Linear Text and Hypertext Peter W. Foltz
University of Colorado
93-01
(1993)
Cognitive Walkthroughs: Instructions, Forms, and Examples Cathleen Wharton 
University of Colorado
92-17
(1992)
Integrating Connectionist and Symbolic Computaion for the Theory of Language Paul Smolensky
Geraldine Legendre
Yoshiro Miyata
University of Colorado
92-16
(1992)
An Interactive Activation Model of Arithmetic Fact Retrieval Timothy C. Rickard
Michael C. Mozer
Lyle E. Bourne, Jr.
University of Colorado
92-15
(1992)
The Construction-Integration Model: A Program and Manual Ernest Mross
Jonathan Roberts
University of Colorado
92-14
(1992)
Applications of Formal Models of Human-Computer Interaction to Training and Use of the Control and Display Unit Sharon Irving
Peter Polson
J.E. Irving
University of Colorado
92-12
(1992)
Memory for Task-Action Mappings: Mnemonics, Regulatory, and Consistency  Adrienne Y. Lee
Peter W. Foltz
Peter G. Polson
University of Colorado
92-11
(1992)
Analogical Reasoning: A New Look at an Old Problem Adrienne Y. Lee
University of Colorado
92-10
(1992)
Priciples of an integrated Connectionist/Symbolic theory of Higher Cognition

Paul Smolensky Geraldine Legendre Yoshiro Miyata
University of Colorado

92-08
(1992)
Usability Inspection Methods: Rationale and Examples Peter Polson
John Rieman
Cathleen Wharton
University of Colorado
Judith Olson
University of Michigan
92-07
(1992)
The Influence of Enviromental Information on time to contact Judgements: A Theoretical Model of Relative Tau Stephen A. Wallace
Edie Stevensen
University of Colorado
92-06
(1992)
Split Intransitivity: A reply to Van Valin(1990) Geraldine Legendre 
University of Colorado
92-05
(1992)
The Church/Turing Thesis Procedures, Processes and Causation Carol E. Cleland
University of Colorado
92-04
(1992)
Revising the Coherence of Science Texts to improve Comprehension and Learning I: Traits of Mammals Eileen Kintsch 
Danielle S. McNamara
Nancy Butler Soger 
Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado
92-03
(1992)
The Generation Effect: A Detailed Analysis of the Role of Semantic Processing  Danielle S. McNamara
University of Colorado
92-02
(1992)
The Influence of Feedback on Two Versions of a Related Text: II Philip Langer 
Verne Keenan
Kate Cumbo
University of Colorado
92-01
(1992)
Cognitive Walkthrough Forms and instructions Clayton Lewis 
Peter G. Polson
John Rieman
University of Colorado
91-14
(1991)
Memory in Comprehension and Problem Solving: A Long-Term Working Memory K. Anders Ericcson
Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado
91-13
(1991)
Modeling Expert Forecasting Knowledge for Incorporation into Expert Systems Robert Hamm 
University of Colorado
91-12
(1991)
Unifying syntactic and semantic approaches to unaccusativity: A connectionist approach Geraldine Legendre 
Yoshiro Miyata
Paul Smolensky
University of Colorado
91-11
(1991)
The Role of Deliberate Practice in the Acquisition of Expert Performance K. Anders Ericcson
Ralf Th. Krampe
University of Colorado
91-06
(1991)
A Framework for Improving Students' Comprehension of Word Arithmetic and Word Algebra Problems Anne Bovenmyer Lewis
Mitchell J. Nathan
University of Colorado
91-05
(1991)
Prompt Comprehension in UNIX Command Production Stephanie Doane 
Danielle S. McNamara
Walter Kintsch
Peter Polson
Deborah Clawson
R. Gary Dungca
University of Colorado
91-04
(1991)
Models of Human Memory and Computer Information Retrieval: Similar Approaches to Simiar Problems Peter W. Foltz
University of Colorado
91-03
(1991)
The Influence of feedback on Two Versions of a Related Text: I  Philip Langer 
Verne Keenan
Susan Nelson
University of Colorado
91-02
(1991)
Cognitive Walkthroughs: A Method for Theory-Based Evaluation of User Interfaces  Peter G. Polson
Clayton Lewis
John Rieman
Cathleen Wharton
University of Colorado
91-01
(1991)
The Microstructure of Morphological Development: Variation Across Children and Across Languages Ann M. Peters
Lise Menn
University of Colorado
90-19
(1990)
An Automated Cognitive Walkthrough Description and Evaluation John Rieman 
Susan Davies
D. Charles Hair
Mary Esemplare
Peter Polson
Clayton Lewis
University of Colorado
90-18
(1990)
Failures in Monitoring text comprehension: An explanation in Terms of the Construction-Integration model Jose Otero 
University of Colorado
90-17
(1990)
Perceptual-Motor Relations in the Coordination of Catching Behavior S.A. Wallace
University of Colorado
D.L Weeks
Ball State University
J.A. S. Kelso
Florida Atlantic University
90-16
(1990)
The Construction-Integration Model: A Framework for Studying Memory for Text  Walter Kinstch 
David M. Welsch
University of Colorado
90-15
(1990)
Materials for Guiding Elicitation of Self-Reported Formulas Describing Knowledge in a Multi-Object Domain Robert Hamm 
University of Colorado
90-14
(1990)
Network: A Computer Simulation of the Construction-Integration Model Suzanne Mannes 
University of Delaware
Michele Roushey 
University of Colorado
90-13
(1990)
Can Connectionism Contribute to Syntax? Harmonic Grammar, with an Application Geraldine Legendre
Yoshiro Miyata
Paul Smolensky
University of Colorado
90-12
(1990)
The Conditions of Occurrence of the Preference Reversal Phenomenon Robert M. Hamm 
University of Colorado
90-11
(1990)
The Role of Mediation in Knowledge Acquisition and Retention: Learning Foreign Vocabulary Using the Keyword Method Robert J. Crutcher
University of Colorado
90-10
(1990)
How Readers Construct Situation Models for Stories: The Role of Syntactic Cues and Casual Inferences Walter Kinstch 
University of Colorado
90-09
(1990)
Coordination of Prosthetic and Normal Limbs in Reaching and Grasping Behavior Gerry M. Grammens
Stephen A. Wallace
Lawrence E. Carlson
University of Colorado
90-08
(1990)
The Effects of Problem Representation and Problem Similarity on Analogical Transfer Lori Meiskey
Gary L. Bradshaw
Lyle E. Bourne Jr.
University of Colorado
90-07
(1990)
Lateralized Noun/Verb Decision: Part of Speech, Functor Context, and Two Models of the Concrete Effect Lise Menn
University of Colorado
Eran Zaidel
Jan Rayman
UCLA
90-06
(1990)
Harmonic Grammar- A Formal Multi-Level Connectionist Theory of Linguistic Well-Formedness: Theoretical Foundation Geraldine Legendre
Yoshiro Miyata
Paul Smolensky
University of Colorado
90-05
(1990)
Harmonic Grammar- A Formal Multi-Level Connectionist Theory of Linguistic Well-Formedness: An Application Geraldine Legendre
Yoshiro Miyata
Paul Smolensky
University of Colorado
90-04
(1990)
Cognitive Impediments to a Statistical Consideration of War's Consequences  Robert M. Hamm
University of Colorado
90-03
(1990)
A Theory of Algebra Word Problem Comprehension and its Implications for Unintelligent Tutoring Systems Mitchell J. Nathan
Walter Kintsch
University of Colorado
Emilie Young
US West Advanced Tech.
90-02
(1990)
Modeling UNIX Command Production: What Experts Must Know Stephanie M. Doane
Walter Kintsch
Peter G. Polson
University of Colorado
90-01
(1990)