Negative correlations between control performance and verbalizable knowledge: indicators for implicit learning in process control tasks?

@article{Buchner1995NegativeCB,
  title={Negative correlations between control performance and verbalizable knowledge: indicators for implicit learning in process control tasks?},
  author={Axel Buchner and Joachim Funke and Dianne C. Berry},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology},
  year={1995},
  volume={48 1},
  pages={166-87}
}
Negative correlations between task performance in dynamic control tasks and verbalizable knowledge, as assessed by a post-task questionnaire, have been interpreted as dissociations that indicate two antagonistic modes of learning, one being "explicit", the other "implicit". This paper views the control tasks as finite-state automata and offers an alternative interpretation of these negative correlations. It is argued that "good controllers" observe fewer different state transitions and… CONTINUE READING
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