A neurocomputational model of automaticity and maintenance of abstract rules

@article{Hlie2009ANM,
  title={A neurocomputational model of automaticity and maintenance of abstract rules},
  author={S{\'e}bastien H{\'e}lie and F. Gregory Ashby},
  journal={2009 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks},
  year={2009},
  pages={1192-1198}
}
Rule-guided behavior is essential in quickly adapting to one's ever-changing environment. In particular, learned rules can quickly be used in new contexts or applied to new stimuli (which confers an advantage over restricting learning to perceptual - motor associations). Here, we propose a new neurocomputational model of automaticity in rule-guided behavior. The proposed model assumes two parallel neural pathways corresponding to “naïve” and “expert” rule use. The development of automaticity is… CONTINUE READING

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