Interaction between intention and environmental constraints on the fractal dynamics of human performance

@article{Washburn2015InteractionBI,
  title={Interaction between intention and environmental constraints on the fractal dynamics of human performance},
  author={Auriel Washburn and Charles A. Coey and Ver{\'o}nica Romero and MaryLauren Malone and Michael J. Richardson},
  journal={Cognitive Processing},
  year={2015},
  volume={16},
  pages={343-350}
}
The current study investigated whether the influence of available task constraints on power-law scaling might be moderated by a participant’s task intention. Participants performed a simple rhythmic movement task with the intention of controlling either movement period or amplitude, either with or without an experimental stimulus designed to constrain period. In the absence of the stimulus, differences in intention did not produce any changes in power-law scaling. When the stimulus was present… CONTINUE READING

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