Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Kosie, J. E., & Baldwin, D. (2019). Attention rapidly reorgnizes to structure in a novel activity sequence, Cognition, 182, 31-44.
Kosie, J. E., & Baldwin, D. (in press). Attentional profiles linked to event segmentation are robust to missing information, Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications.
Baldwin, D., & Kosie, J. E. (invited submission, in prep). How does the mind render streaming experience as events?, Topics in Cognitive Science.
ManyBabies Consortium* (accepted pending data collection). Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed speech preference. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. *Role: data collection and data analysis team
Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings
Kosie, J. E., & Baldwin, D. (2018). Tuning to the task at hand: Processing goals shape adults’ attention to unfolding activity. Proceedings of the 40th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
Kosie, J. E., & Baldwin, D. (2016). A twist on event processing: Reorganizing attention to cope with novelty in dynamic activity sequences. Proceedings of the 37th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.
Chapters and Commentary
Baldwin, D., & Kosie, J. E. (2018). Intersubjectivity and joint attention. The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, 1-9. Wiley and Sons.
Kosie, J. E., & Baldwin, D. (2015). Flexibility is key in representational redescription. The Newsletter of the Technical Committee on Cognitive and Developmental Systems, IEEE, 12(2), 5-6.
Manuscripts in Preparation
Kosie, J. E., & Baldwin, D. (in prep). Learners systematically direct attention to causally relevant junctures in novel activity streams.
Kosie, J. E., & Baldwin, D. (in prep). In preschooler’s processing, motion parameters take second stage to goal structure.
Tanaka, Y., Kosie, J. E., & Baldwin, D. (in prep). Implicit measure of event segmentation using pupillary response.