Burcu Arslan
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Syntactic recursion facilitates and working memory predicts recursive theory of mind
B Arslan, A Hohenberger, R Verbrugge
PloS one 12 (1), e0169510, 2017
Five-year-olds’ systematic errors in second-order false belief tasks are due to first-order theory of mind strategy selection: a computational modeling study
B Arslan, NA Taatgen, R Verbrugge
Frontiers in psychology 8, 275, 2017
The Effect of Drag‐and‐Drop Item Features on Test‐Taker Performance and Response Strategies
B Arslan, Y Jiang, M Keehner, T Gong, IR Katz, F Yan
Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 2020
Modeling developmental transitions in reasoning about false beliefs of others
B Arslan, N Taatgen, R Verbrugge
Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling …, 2013
Accelerating the development of second‐order false belief reasoning: A training study with different feedback methods
B Arslan, R Verbrugge, N Taatgen, B Hollebrandse
Child development 91 (1), 249-270, 2020
Teaching Children to Attribute Second-order False Beliefs: A Training Study with Feedback
B Arslan, R Verbrugge, N Taatgen, B Hollebrandse
Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2015
The Role of Simple and Complex Working Memory Strategies in the Development of First-order False Belief Reasoning: A Computational Model of Transfer of Skills
B Arslan, S Wierda, N Taatgen, R Verbrugge
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, 100-105, 2015
Does the Time Between Scoring Sessions Impact Scoring Accuracy? An Evaluation of Constructed‐Response Essay Responses on the GRE® General Test
B Finn, C Wendler, KL Ricker‐Pedley, B Arslan
ETS Research Report Series 2018 (1), 1-10, 2018
The development of second-order social cognition and its relation with complex language understanding and memory
B Arslan, A Hohenberger, R Verbrugge
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
Enhancing personalization by integrating top-down and bottom-up approaches to learner modeling
D Zapata-Rivera, B Arslan
International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 234-246, 2021
Characterizing pause behaviors in a science inquiry task
C Tenison, B Arslan
Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, 283-298, 2020
Investigating the split‐attention effect in computer‐based assessment: Spatial integration and interactive signaling approaches
JA Moon, MA Lindner, B Arslan, M Keehner
Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice 41 (2), 90-117, 2022
Process Based Analysis on Scientific Inquiry Tasks Using Large-Scale National Assessment Dataset.
T Gong, L Shuai, B Arslan, YJ Jiang
International Educational Data Mining Society, 2020
Exploring relationships among test takers’ behaviors and performance using response process data
S Araneda, D Lee, J Lewis, SG Sireci, JA Moon, B Lehman, B Arslan, ...
Education Sciences 12 (2), 104, 2022
Applying Cognitive Theory to the Human Essay Rating Process
B Finn, B Arslan, M Walsh
Applied Measurement in Education 33 (3), 223-233, 2020
Cognitive control explains the mutual transfer between dimensional change card sorting and first-order false belief understanding: a computational modeling study on transfer of …
B Arslan, R Verbrugge, N Taatgen
Biologically inspired cognitive architectures 20, 10-20, 2017
Computational cognitive modeling of human calibration and validity response scoring for the graduate record examinations (gre)
MM Walsh, B Arslan, B Finn
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 10 (1), 143-154, 2021
Application of a theory-driven approach to detect cognitively disengaged test-taker behavior
B Arslan, B Lehman, JR Sparks, J Steinberg
A computational cognitive modeling approach to the development of second-order theory of mind
B Arslan
Modeling Theory of Mind in ACTransfer
S Wierda, B Arslan
Proceedings of the Second Workshop Reasoning About Other Minds: Logical and …, 2014
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