TitleAn Activation-Based Model of Routine Sequence Errors
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Conference2015
AuthorsHiatt, LM, Trafton, JG
Conference NameProceedings of the International Conference on Cognitive Modeling
Date PublishedApril 2015
Conference LocationGroningen, Netherlands
Abstract

Models of errors during routine sequential action are typically interface-independent. We present here evidence that different task spatial layouts, however, result in different patterns of sequence errors. We explain this data by expanding upon the Memory for Goals framework’s activation-based, sequential process to include environmental (such as visual) contextual cues, as well as a richer priming structure. We show a strong qualitative and quantitative fit to experimental data.

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