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Aspekte motorischen Lernens beim Maschineschreiben

  title={Aspekte motorischen Lernens beim Maschineschreiben},
  author={Cornelia de Lange},
  • C. Lange
  • Published 1 April 2002
  • Computer Science
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Lexical, sublexical, and peripheral effects in skilled typewriting
Irrtümer beim Maschineschreiben und ihr Hinweis auf Systemeigenschaften zentraler Entscheidungsmechanismen / Errors in Type-writing and Their Indications for Special Characters of the Data Processing Controlling the Typing Process
Twenty students having a comparable typing skill and speed performed series of typewritings with contents well familiar to them, which resulted in erroneous “anticipations” and “postpositions” of letters.
How might the motor cortex individuate movements?
  • M. Schieber
  • Biology, Psychology
    Trends in Neurosciences
  • 1990
Central Control of Timing in Skilled Typing.
The timing of keystrokes during errors in skilled transcription typing suggests central control of timing for two-letter sequences, which argues against both a distributed processing model with single-character units and a pure metronome model.
Perceptual, cognitive, and motoric aspects of transcription typing.
A composite model of transcription typing was briefly outlined to provide a framework for localizing the effects associated with the age and skill level of the typist, and can be viewed as a synthesis of many previous proposals.
The information capacity of the human motor system in controlling the amplitude of movement.
  • P. Fitts
  • Psychology
    Journal of experimental psychology
  • 1954
The motor system in the present case is defined as including the visual and proprioceptive feedback loops that permit S to monitor his own activity, and the information capacity of the motor system is specified by its ability to produce consistently one class of movement from among several alternative movement classes.
The magical number seven plus or minus two: some limits on our capacity for processing information.
The theory provides us with a yardstick for calibrating the authors' stimulus materials and for measuring the performance of their subjects, and the concepts and measures provided by the theory provide a quantitative way of getting at some of these questions.
The magical number 4 in short-term memory: A reconsideration of mental storage capacity
  • N. Cowan
  • Psychology
    Behavioral and Brain Sciences
  • 2001
A wide variety of data on capacity limits suggesting that the smaller capacity limit in short-term memory tasks is real is brought together and a capacity limit for the focus of attention is proposed.
Interference in short-term memory: The magical number two (or three) in sentence processing
This article suggests that an interesting range of core sentence processing phenomena can be explained as interference effects in a sharply limited syntactic working memory, including difficult and acceptable embeddings, as well as certain limitations on ambiguity resolution, length effects in garden path structures, and the requirement for locality in syntactic structure.
The learning of novel finger movement sequences.
The results suggest that typing movements may be organized at several levels, including the individual keystroke and word level, and the learning of a series of discrete movements does not necessarily require that each movement segment be performed sequentially.