Authors ’ Response Codes and their vicissitudes

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  title={Authors ’ Response Codes and their vicissitudes},
  author={Bernhard Hommel and Jochen M{\"u}sseler and Gisa Aschersleben and Wolfgang Prinzb}
}
Abelson 1977), and situation models (Zwaan & Radvansky 1998). All three postulate hierarchical part-subpart relationships governing the represented structure of activity. At the same time, researchers in planning have proposed hierarchical representations of action that reflect recursive goal-subgoal relationships (Newell & Simon 1972). Recent perceptual studies have established that observers perceive event structure in terms of the same sort of hierarchical organization postulated for… CONTINUE READING

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