Reviewing the impact of problem structure on planning: a software tool for analyzing tower tasks.

Abstract

Cognitive, clinical, and neuroimaging studies on planning abilities most frequently implement the Tower of London task or one of its variants. Yet, cumulating evidence from a series of experiments suggests that the commonly used approximation of problem difficulty in terms of the minimum number of moves for goal attainment is too coarse a measure for the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2010.07.029

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@article{Kaller2011ReviewingTI, title={Reviewing the impact of problem structure on planning: a software tool for analyzing tower tasks.}, author={Christoph P. Kaller and Benjamin Rahm and Lena K{\"o}stering and Josef M. Unterrainer}, journal={Behavioural brain research}, year={2011}, volume={216 1}, pages={1-8} }