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The Hierarchies and Systems That Underlie Routine Behavior: Evidence from an Experiment in Virtual Gardening

@inproceedings{Ruh2008TheHA,
  title={The Hierarchies and Systems That Underlie Routine Behavior: Evidence from an Experiment in Virtual Gardening},
  author={Nicolas Ruh and Richard P. Cooper and Denis Mareschal},
  year={2008}
}
  • Nicolas Ruh, Richard P. Cooper, Denis Mareschal
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Previous behavioral research into the processing mechanisms that support action selection in complex sequential tasks has focused on errors or ‘slips of action’ (Norman, 1981; Reason, 1979, 1984). This work has been taken to suggest that sequential behavior is controlled by the dynamic interaction of two systems – a resource hungry “supervisory” system and an automatic “routine” system that employs hierarchically structured task representations (Norman & Shallice, 1986). To counter some… CONTINUE READING

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