Gray, W. D., & Fu, W.-t. (2000). The influence of source and cost of information access on correct and errorful interactive behavior, Twenty-second Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 663-668). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
The influence of source and cost of information access on correct and errorful interactive behavior
Routine interactive behavior reveals patterns of interaction among the cognitive, perceptual, and motor elements of embodied cognition and the task and artifact used to perform the task. Such interactions are difficult to study, in part, because they require collecting a large quantity of mostly correct behavior. The current study varied conditions that were designed to affect the ease and likelihood that information would be stored in-the-world versus in-the-head. The data are examined to determine how subtle differences in the source and cost of information access may lead to different patterns of correct and errorful behavior.Download Paper Back to Home << Publications Visitors since 2004.12.08: