He is particularly interested in the temporal dynamics of learning in all these domains, and how to model the time course of knowledge acquisition.
He is particularly interested in the temporal dynamics of learning in all these domains, and how to model the time course of knowledge acquisition.His secondary interests involve the application of these models to practical problems in text mining, intelligent search algorithms, and automated comprehension and scoring algorithms.SCi P is still held before the Psychonomic Society's meetings to this day!
The Annual Meeting of the Society for Computers in Psychology (SCi P) takes place one day before the main conference of the Psychonomic Society.
Details about location and hotel can be found on the Psychonomic Society website. 14th in Montreal, organized by new SCi P President Danielle Mc Namara (Arizona State University).
Birnbaum, California State University, Fullerton (2010) Xiangen Hu, The University of Memphis (2009) Gary L.
Magliano, Northern Illinois University (2007-2009) Curt Burgess, University of California, Riverside (2006-2008) Katja Wiemer-Hastings, University of Memphis (2006-2008) In 1971, Donald Tepas, then at St.
Laura has published approximately 80 peer reviewed publications, including 29 as first author, since 2013 -- a short and impressively productive career to date! Allen recently received (as Co-PI) two four-year grants from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) totalling approximately $1.4 million each.
The purpose of these grants is to investigate how students process complex information in today’s technology-driven society and to develop educational tools that provide students, teachers, and researchers with writing analytics and feedback.
Following a list of Secretary–Treasurers, a list of all SCi P Presidents is provided in Table 1.
Next I present personal highlights, including the first symposium on psychology and the World-Wide Web; David Rumelhart’s mathematical explanation of connectionism; and Stevan Harnad’s discussion of "freeing" the journal literature.
The student must be the primary author and the presenter of the paper to be considered. Felix Henninger, University of Koblenz-Landau, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, University of Mannheim.
Winning Paper: "A flexible, cross-platform, open framework for interactive experiments." Ricard Downing, University of Missouri.