2017

  • Horne, Z., & Khemlani, S. (2017). Principled connections underlie the inherence bias in explanatory reasoning. Talk presented at London Reasoning Workshop, London, UK.
  • Khemlani, S., Hinterecker, T., & Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2017). The provenance of modal inference. Talk presented at Advances in Cognitive Systems, Troy, NY and at Cognitive Science Society, London, UK.
  • Korman, J., & Khemlani, S. (2017). How people detect when an explanation is incomplete. Talk presented at London Reasoning Workshop, London, UK.

2016

  • Harrison, A., Khemlani, S., & Trafton, J.G. (2016). A cognitive model of online event segmentation. Poster presented at Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Khemlani, S. (2016). Automating human inference. Keynote talk presented at IJCAI-16, New York, NY.
  • Khemlani, S. (2016). mReasoner: A unified computational model of the processes of inference. Talk presented at the University of Quebec at Montreal’s Summer School in Cognitive Sciences, Montreal, CA.
  • Khemlani, S. (2016). Inferential dynamics from possibilities. Talk presented at International Conference on Thinking, Providence, RI.
  • Khemlani, S., Harrison, A., & Trafton, J.G. (2016). A computational theory of temporal inference. Poster presented at Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Khemlani, S., Harrison, A., & Trafton, J.G. (2016). An embodied architecture for thinking and reasoning about time. Talk presented at Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Khemlani, S., & Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2016). How people differ in syllogistic reasoning. Talk presented at Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia, PA; and at the Meeting in Memory of Vit- torio Girotto, London, UK.
  • Khemlani, S., & Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2016). mReasoner: A unified computational theory of reasoning. Talk presented at International Conference on Thinking, Providence, RI.

2015

      • Bello, S., & Khemlani, S. (2015). A model-based theory of omissive causation. Talk presented at Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena, California.
      • Khemlani, S. Kinematic mental simulations in abduction and deduction. New York University.
      • Khemlani, S., Goodwin, G., & Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2015). Causal relations form kinematic simulations. Talk presented at London Reasoning Workshop, London, UK and Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena, California.
      • Khemlani, S., & Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2015). Domino effects in causal contradictions. Talk presented at Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena, California.

2014

      • Khemlani, S. (2014). Kinematic mental simulations in abduction and deduction. Institute of Human and Machine Cognition, Oxford University, University of Edinburgh.
      • Khemlani, S., Lotstein, M., & Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2014). A mental model theory of set membership. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., Lotstein, M., & Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2014). The conditional probabilities of unique events. London Reasoning Workshop.
      • Khemlani, S., & Trafton, J.G (2014). Percentile analysis for goodness-of-fit comparisons of models to data. Cognitive Science Society.

2013

      • Khemlani, S. (2013). The probabilities of unique events. Washington University in St. Louis.
      • Khemlani, S. (2013). Kinematic simulations in abduction and deduction. University of Freiburg, University of Geissen.
      • Khemlani, S. (2013). Theories of the syllogism: A meta-analysis. University of Freiburg.
      • Khemlani, S., Gartenberg, D., Park, K.H., & Trafton, J.G. (2013). Uncertainty can increase explanatory credibility. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., & Johnson-Laird, P. N. (2013). Mental simulation and the construction of informal algorithms. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., Trafton, J.G. & Johnson-Laird, P. N. (2013). Deduction as stochastic simulation. London Reasoning Workshop, International Conference on Cognitive Modeling.
      • Trafton, J.G., Hiatt, L.M., Harrison, A.M., Tamborello, F.P., II, Khemlani, S., & Schultz, A.C. (2013). ACT-R/E: An embodied cognitive architecture. International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. (Trafton presented)

2012

      • Khemlani, S. (2012). The probabilities of unique events. Brown University.
      • Khemlani, S. & Moore, A. (2012). Evaluative feedback improves deductive reasoning. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., Orenes, I., & Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2012). Negating compound sentences. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., & Trafton, J. G. (2012). mReactr: A computational theory of deductive reasoning. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., & Johnson-Laird, P. N. (2012). mReasoner: A unified computational model of reasoning. International Conference on Thinking.
      • Khemlani, S., Trafton, J. G., Lotstein, M., & Johnson-Laird, P. N. (2012). A process model of immediate inferences. International Conference on Cognitive Modeling.

2011

      • Khemlani, S., Lotstein, M., & Johnson-Laird, P. N. (2011). What makes intensional estimates of probabilities inconsistent? Cognitive Science Society.
      • Sussman, A., Khemlani, S., & Oppenheimer, D. (2011). Latent scope bias in categorization. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S. (2011). Toward a unified theory of syllogistic reasoning. Naval Research Laboratory, Naval Center for Applied Research in Artificial Intelligence.
      • Khemlani, S. (2011). Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s scope: Latent scope biases in explanatory reasoning. New York University, NYU ConCats.
      • Khemlani, S. (2011). Explanatory reasoning. Princeton Area Alumni Association.

2010

      • Khemlani, S., Johnson-Laird, P.N., (2010). Explanations make inconsistencies harder to detect. Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society; London Reasoning Workshop, Birkbeck College, University of London; and Cognitive Research Seminar, Princeton University.
      • Khemlani, S., Sussman, A., Oppenheimer, D., (2010). Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s scope: Latent scope biases in explanatory reasoning. Cognitive Science Society; and Psychonomics. (Khemlani and Oppenheimer presented at CogSci; Sussman presented at Psychonomics)
      • Kunze, N., Khemlani, S., Lotstein, M., Johnson-Laird, P.N., (2010). Illusions of consistency in quantified assertions. Cognitive Science Society.

2009

      • Khemlani, S., Glucksberg, S., Leslie, S.-J. (2009). Implicit generics underlie inferences from the general to the particular. Psychonomics. (Glucksberg presented)
      • Khemlani, S., Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2009). The instinct to explain. Princeton University.
      • Khemlani, S., Leslie, S.-J., Glucksberg, S. (2009). Buzzy’s a mosquito. Does he carry malaria? Cognitive Science Society.
      • Leslie, S.-J., Khemlani, S., Prasada, S., Glucksberg, S. (2009). Conceptual distinctions between generics. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2009). Disjunctive illusory inferences. London Reasoning Workshop.

2008

      • Khemlani, S., Glucksberg, S., Leslie, S., (2008). Deductive reasoning with generic premises: The generic overgeneralization effect. Psychonomics. (Glucksberg presented)
      • Khemlani, S., Bucciarelli, M. (2008). Conflicts in moral reasoning. International Conference on Thinking.
      • Khemlani, S., Leslie., S.-J., Glucksberg, S. (2008). Syllogistic reasoning with generic premises. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2008). Invalid inferences from the word “or”. Cognitive Science Society.

2007

      • Clark, M., Khemlani, S., Bringsjord, S. (2007). Toward the lying machine. North American Computing and Philosophy Conference.
      • Khemlani, S., Leslie, S.-J., Glucksberg, S. (2007). Generic observations: How humans collect, access, and infer generalizations. Princeton University.
      • Khemlani, S., Leslie, S.-J., Glucksberg, S. (2007). Do ducks lay eggs? How people interpret generic assertions. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2007). Intuitive programming: How humans solve problems with algorithms. Cognitive Science Society.
      • Khemlani, S., Johnson-Laird, P.N. (2007). Investigating recursive reasoning. Princeton University.

2006

      • Khemlani, S. (2006). Lossy compression: Supersymbolism in connectionist architectures. North American Computing and Philosophy Conference.

2005

    • Khemlani, S., McEvoy, C., (2005). Advanced synthetic characters, evil, and E. 6th Annual Conference on Intelligent Games and Simulation, De Montfort University.