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Thirty-First Annual ACT-R Workshop

The 31st annual ACT-R Workshop will take place on Tuesday July 23, 2024 as part of the MathPsych/ICCM 2024 Conference at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. Virtual attendance will be available via Zoom, and the link will be made available in an announcement on the front page of the ACT-R website the day before.

 

 

Times listed are Netherlands local time (Central European Summer Time).

 

10:00 Memory and Individual Differences 1 (Chair: Maarten van der Velde)

Maarten van der Velde & Hedderik van Rijn
Predicting Longer-Term Retention from Learners’ Retrieval Practice Performance

 

Yu-Hsiang Tseng & R. Harald Baayen
Investigating forgetting curves with learning rule-derived interferences

 

Holly Hake
Speed of Forgetting: A Computational Biomarker and Early Indicator for Memory Impairment

 

11:20 Break

 

11:40 Memory and Individual Differences 2 (Chair: Andrea Stocco)

Anais Capik
Model-Based Characterization of Forgetting in Children and Across the Lifespan

 

Andrea Stocco & Christian Lebiere
A free-energy interpretation of the spacing effect

 

Edward A. Cranford, Katherine Judy, Connor Manion, Weiss O’Connor, Katherine Mortimore & Kevin Gluck
Idiographic, Cross-task Architectural Parameter Variation as Compu-Cognomic Data

 

13:00 Lunch

 

14:00 Applications (Chair: Nele Russwinkel)

Robert Thomson & Christian Lebiere
Comparing Similarity and Homophily-Based Cognitive Models of Influence

 

Alex Hough & Othalia Larue
Modeling misinformation-related effects: Successes and challenges

 

Nele Russwinkel
Cognitive Models for Human-Aware AI

15:30 Break

 

16:00 Architecture (Chair: David Peebles)

David Peebles
Modelling the effect of prioritisation on recall in visual working memory

 

Meera Ray
Adapting Holographic Declarative Memory for a Disaster Agent

 

Dan Bothell
Updates and Future of ACT-R

 

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