CSE 575, Fall 2001


Last Update: 28 November 2001

Note: NEW material is highlighted

Charles O. Frake (Anthropology)

On navigation:

  1. Finney, Ben R. (ed.) (1976), Pacific Navigation and Voyaging (Wellington: Polynesian Society).

  2. Frake, Charles O. (1985), ``Cognitive Maps of Time and Tide among Medieval Seafarers'', Man: The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 20: 254-270.

  3. Frake, Charles O. (1994), ``Dials: A Study in the Physical Representation of Cognitive Systems'', in Colin Renfrew & Ezra B. W. Zubrow (eds.), The Ancient Mind: Elements of Cognitive Archaeology (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press).

  4. Frake, Charles O. (1995), ``A Reinterpretation of the Micronesian `Star Compass','' Journal of the Polynesian Society 104: 147-158.

  5. Gladwin, Thomas (1970), East is a Big Bird: Navigation and Logic on Pulawat Atoll (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press).

  6. Goodenough, Ward, & Thomas, Stephen (1990), ``Traditional Navigation in the Western Pacific: A Search for Pattern'', Expedition 30: 1-16 (Philadelphia: University Museum).

  7. NEW Hutchins, Edwin (1995), Cognition in the Wild (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press).

  8. NEW Lewis, David H. (1994), We, the Navigators: The Ancient Art of Landfinding in the Pacific, 2nd edition (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press).

  9. NEW Thomas, Stephen D. (1987), The Last Navigator (New York: Henry Holt).

Jeff Higginbotham (Communicative Disorders & Sciences)

On augmentative communication:

  1. Beukelman, David R., & Mirenda, Pat (eds.) (1992), Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Management of Severe Communication Disorders in Children and Adults (Baltimore: P. H. Brooks). .

  2. Blackstone, Sarah W. (ed.) (1986), Augmentative Communication: An Introduction (Rockville, MD: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association).

  3. Higginbotham, D. Jeffrey, & Baird, E. (1995), ``Discourse Analysis of Listeners' Summaries of Synthesized Speech Passages'', in David R. Beukelman & Pat Mirenda (eds.), Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Management of Severe Communication Disorders in Children and Adults (Baltimore: P. H. Brooks).

  4. Higginbotham, D. Jeffrey; Scally, C. A.; Lundy, D. C.; & Kowarsky, K. (1995), ``Discourse Comprehension of Synthetic Speech across Three Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Output Methods'', Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 38: 888-901.

  5. Light, J. (1988), ``Interaction Involving Individuals using Augmentative and Alternative Communication Systems: State of the Art and Future Directions'', in David R. Beukelman & Pat Mirenda (eds.), Augmentative a nd Alternative Communication: Management of Severe Communication Disorders in Children and Adults (Baltimore: P. H. Brooks): 66-82.

  6. Sweidel, G. B. (1992), ``Management Strategies in the Communication of Speaking Persons and Persons with a Speech Disability'', Research on Language and Social Interaction 25: 195-214.

Len Talmy (Linguistics)

Most of the talk that Talmy gave in our class is written up in the first chapter of his 2-volume set, hence, in volume I, cited below. NEW This chapter is now on online reserve; click on the above link. Some subsequent chapters go into further issues, all of them related. Any student wanting to do a follow up can first just read that first chapter, and then if s/he wants more, could just look over the next chapters for what is of further interest.

Susan Udin (Physiology)

  1. Hubel, David H. (1982, October 7), "Exploration of the Primary Visual Cortex, 1955-78", Nature 299(5883): 515-524.

  2. Zigmond, Michael, et al. (eds.), (1999), Fundamental Neuroscience (San Diego: Academic Press), Ch. 28 (Vision).

David Mark (Geography)

  • On cognitive geography:

    1. On geographic categories, see http://www.geog.buffalo.edu/ncgia/ontology/ which has links to many papers.

    2. A number of other papers on the topics he talked about, including a couple of review chapters, may be found at http://www.geog.buffalo.edu/~dmark/cv/dmm_web_pubs.html

    3. Thirdly, his course outline from last semester, http://www.geog.buffalo.edu/~dmark/GEO592.html has a number of links, including a link to a bibliography http://www.geog.buffalo.edu/~dmark/spacecogbib.html compiled in 1989 and updated in 1994 but not much since then.

    David Smith (Psychology)

  • On the uncertainty response:

    1. Smith, J.D.; Schull, J.; Strote, J.; McGee, K.; Egnor, R.; & Erb, L. (1995), "The Uncertain Response in the Bottlenosed Dolphin (Tursiops Truncatus)", Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 124: 391-408.

    2. Nelson, T.O. (February 1996), "Consciousness and Metacognition", American Psychologist 51: 102-116.

    3. Shields, W.E.; Smith, J.D., & Washburn, D.A. (1997), "Uncertain Responses by Humans and Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca Mulatta) in a Psychophysical Same-Different Task, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 126: 147-164.

    4. Smith, J.D.; Shields, W.E.; Schull, J.; & Washburn, D.A. (1997), "The Uncertain Response in Humans and Animals", Cognition 62(1): 75-97.

    5. Weiskrantz, L. (1997), Consciousness Lost and Found: A Neuropsychological Exploration (Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press).

    6. Smith, J.D.; Shields, W.E.; Allendoerfer, K.R.; & Washburn, D.A. (1998), "Memory Monitoring by Animals and Humans", Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 127: 227-250.

    7. Inman, A., & Shettleworth, S.J. (1999), "Detecting Metamemory in Nonverbal Subjects: A Test with Pigeons", Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 25: 389-395.

    8. Hampton, R.R. (April 24, 2001), "Rhesus Monkeys Know When They Remember", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98(9): 5369-5362.

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