Othalia Larue, Ph.D. is a Postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Psychology at Wright State University. She studied Computer Science in France (Master in Software engineering at Epitech Paris) and Cognitive modeling in Canada (Phd in Cognitive Computer Science at Université du Québec à Montréal). Her research interests include cognitive architectures and computational cognitive modeling of reasoning and emotions.
Refereed journal Articles
Juvina, I., Collins, M., Larue, O., Kennedy, W., DeMelo, C. (submitted) Toward a Unified Theory of Learned Trust in Interpersonal and Human-Machine Interactions. Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems.
Juvina, I., Larue, O. (submitted) Modeling core affect in a cognitive architecture: The impact of arousal and valence on memory. Cognitive Systems research.
Larue, O., Juvina I. (2016). A call for unification of dual- and single-process accounts in cognitive models of intuition. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 5(3):338-340.
Refereed conference proceedings
Larue, O., Juvina, I. (2016) Modeling Cognitive Parsimony with a Demand Selection Task. In D. Reitter & F. E. Ritter (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM 2016). University Park, PA: Penn State
Juvina, I., Collins, M., Larue, O., DeMelo, C. (2016) Toward a Unified Theory of Learned Trust. In D. Reitter & F. E. Ritter (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM 2016). University Park, PA: Penn State
Larue, O., Juvina, I., Douglas, G. , Simmons, A. (2015) Predicting Learner Performance using a Paired Associate Task in a Team-Based Learning Environment. Human Computer Interaction 2015.