Automation Technology and Sense of Control: A Window on Human Agency

  title={Automation Technology and Sense of Control: A Window on Human Agency},
  author={Bruno Berberian and Jean-Christophe Sarrazin and Patrick Le Blaye and Patrick Haggard},
  booktitle={PloS one},
Previous studies have shown that the perceived times of voluntary actions and their effects are perceived as shifted towards each other, so that the interval between action and outcome seems shortened. This has been referred to as 'intentional binding' (IB). However, the generality of this effect remains unclear. Here we demonstrate that Intentional Binding also occurs in complex control situations. Using an aircraft supervision task with different autopilot settings, our results first… CONTINUE READING
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