The paper reviews the different levels of cognitive control of human actions in a complex environment in terms of the skill-, rule-, knowledge-based framework. The temporal aspects of the interaction among the levels of control is discussed together with the transfer of control taking place during training. The problem of creating an interface that serves a natural interaction among the three levels of control in artificial environments is discussed with reference to musical performance, process control, and search in databases.
|Number of pages||35|
|Publication status||Published - 1987|
|Event||100 Year Wolfgang Köhler Conference - Berlin, Germany|
Duration: 1 Oct 1987 → 1 Oct 1987
|Conference||100 Year Wolfgang Köhler Conference|
|Period||01/10/1987 → 01/10/1987|