Toward an Action-Concept Model of Stimulus-Response Compatibility

@inproceedings{Hommel1997TowardAA,
  title={Toward an Action-Concept Model of Stimulus-Response Compatibility},
  author={Bernhard Hommel},
  year={1997}
}
This chapter highlights the importance of the problem of action coding, that is, the cognitive representation of action, for theories of S-R compatibility. An action-concept model of S-R compatibility is presented, based on considerations of Lotze and HarleB on the emergence of voluntary action. It assumes that the cognitive code of any perceivable, movement-contingent event--hence, action effectmis associated with the motor pattern producing it. Accordingly, the cognitive system can, and… CONTINUE READING
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