The ASTECCA laboratory studies Adaptive Strategic Thinking and Executive Control of Cognition and Affect.
- Computational cognitive modeling and cognitive architectures
- Learning in strategic interaction. Peer-assited learning.
- Attentional control in semi-structured ecological settings.
- Cognitive effort avoidance in individual and group settings.
- Human-machine forecasting.
- Brain bases of learning.
- Learning acceleration under conditions of brain stimulation.
Submissions from 2018
Modeling Valuation and Core Affect in a Cognitive Architecture: The Impact of Valence and Arousal on Memory and Decision-Making, Ion Juvina, Othalia Larue, and Alexander Hough
Submissions from 2017
A Core-Affect Model of Decision Making in Simple and Complex Tasks, Othalia Larue and Ion Juvina
Submissions from 2016
Cognitive Model of Trust Dynamics Predicts Human Behavior within and between Two Games of Strategic Interaction with Computerized Confederate Agents, Michael G. Collins, Ion Juvina, and Kevin A. Gluck
Game-Specific and Player-Specific Knowledge Combine to Drive Transfer of Learning Between Games of Strategic Interaction, Michael G. Collins, Ion Juvina, and Kevin A. Gluck
Model Predictions for Game-specific and Player-Specific Knowledge Drive Transfer of Learning Between Games of Strategic Interaction, Michael G. Collins, Ion Juvina, and Kevin A. Gluck
A Call for Unification of Dual- and Single-Process Accounts in Cognitive Models of Intuition, Othalia Larue and Ion Juvina
Modeling Cognitive Parsimony with a Demand Selection Task, Othalia Larue and Ion Juvina
Submissions from 2015
Predicting Trust Dynamics and Transfer of Learning in Games of Strategic Interaction as a Function of a Player’s Strategy and Level of Trustworthiness, Michael Collins, Ion Juvina, Gary R. Douglas, and Kevin A. Gluck
Modeling Trust Dynamics in Strategic Interaction, Ion Juvina, Christian Lebiere, and Cleotilde Gonzalez
Predicting Learner Performance Using a Paired Associate Task in a Team-Based Learning Environment, Othalia Larue, Ion Juvina, Gary R. Douglas, and Albert Simmons