Mechanisms of Human Action : Introduction and Background

@inproceedings{Morsella2008MechanismsOH,
  title={Mechanisms of Human Action : Introduction and Background},
  author={Ezequiel Morsella},
  year={2008}
}
1 unconsciously? How does an idea such as a mental image of a tree lead to the movements of a pen or paintbrush? Th ese are exciting times because such questions are beginning to be answered scientifi cally. It is our hope that this book will address most if not all questions regarding the nuts and bolts of human action, questions that have been surprisingly neglected in the history of experimental psychology (Nattkemper & Ziessler, 2004). Oversight of this important topic stemmed in part from… CONTINUE READING

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