Neuro-cognitive mechanisms of decision making in joint action: a human-robot interaction study.

@article{Bicho2011NeurocognitiveMO,
  title={Neuro-cognitive mechanisms of decision making in joint action: a human-robot interaction study.},
  author={Estela Bicho and Wolfram Erlhagen and Lu{\'i}s Henrique Leme Louro and Eliana Costa e Silva},
  journal={Human movement science},
  year={2011},
  volume={30 5},
  pages={
          846-68
        }
}
In this paper we present a model for action preparation and decision making in cooperative tasks that is inspired by recent experimental findings about the neuro-cognitive mechanisms supporting joint action in humans. It implements the coordination of actions and goals among the partners as a dynamic process that integrates contextual cues, shared task knowledge and predicted outcome of others' motor behavior. The control architecture is formalized by a system of coupled dynamic neural fields… CONTINUE READING
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