Ecological Resources for Modeling Interactive Behavior and Embedded Cognition

@inproceedings{Kirlik2006EcologicalRF,
  title={Ecological Resources for Modeling Interactive Behavior and Embedded Cognition},
  author={Alex Kirlik},
  year={2006}
}
A recent trend in cognitive modeling is to couple cognitive architectures with computer models or simulations of dynamic environments to study interactive behavior and embedded cognition. Progress in this area is made difficult by the fact that cognitive architectures traditionally have been motivated by data from discrete experimental trials using static, noninteractive tasks. As a result, additional theoretical problems must be addressed to bring cognitive architectures to bear on the study… CONTINUE READING

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