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Goal directed meaning connects perception and specification

  • Patrick Foo (a1) and J. A. S. Kelso (a1)

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We believe that the task goal in voluntary movements provides meaning to existing information sources in the environment and determines, in a dynamic way, the use and relative importance of these different sources. This task-centered meaning bridges the apparent controversy between what information is available in principle (i.e., specification), and what information is perceived.

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Goal directed meaning connects perception and specification

  • Patrick Foo (a1) and J. A. S. Kelso (a1)

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