Date of Original Version

3-2007

Type

Conference Proceeding

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http://brimsconference.org/archives/2007/abstract/07brims-158.htm

Abstract or Description

A model of human automaticity in a dynamic visual task (RADAR) is reported. This model represents a first approximation for a model that reproduces the main results from human participants collected by Young, Healy, Gonzalez, and Bourne (2007). The initial results on response time demonstrate high degree of fidelity (R2=0.98) using a process model derived directly from task requirements. The model leverages the ACT-R cognitive architecture (Anderson & Lebiere, 1998) and depends primarily on assumptions that have been imported from previous modeling efforts. The model is an instantiation of a dual-process theory of automaticity that is mediated by a strategy selection stage.

Comments

In Proceedings of the Sixteenth Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (pp. 3-11). Orlando, FL: Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization. Copyright 2007, SISO, Inc. Permission is hereby granted to quote any of the material herein, or to make copies thereof, for non-commercial purposes, as long as proper attribution is made and this copyright notice is included.

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