Task switching and the pied homunculus: where are we being led?

@article{Altmann2003TaskSA,
  title={Task switching and the pied homunculus: where are we being led?},
  author={Erik M. Altmann},
  journal={Trends in Cognitive Sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={340-341}
}
knowledge. Rather, ATRIUM was able to solve the task by acquiring three types of knowledge: rule knowledge, exemplar knowledge, and meta-knowledge about when to use different types of underlying knowledge. Does this mean that models such as ATRIUM will be able to account fully for all the phenomena in the conceptual landscape? No, but relatively simple models such as these, as well as more complex theories (e.g. Rogers and McClelland’s PDP models [3] and HAL [4]), are making considerable… CONTINUE READING
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