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This work makes three valuable contributions to the study of human slips and errors. It presents current data and theory; it is a complete source for the methodology and results of a 15 year laboratory research program; and it explores the overall architecture of voluntary control. Dr. Baars' work will occupy an important position in the renewed interest in the role of concious experience in the nervous system.
|Series:||Cognition and Language: A Series in Psycholinguistics|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)|
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Many Uses of Error; B.J. Baars. Theoretical Approaches: Errors, Ambiguity, and Awareness in Language Perception and Production; D.G. MacKay. Cognitive Underspecifications; J. Reason. A New Ideomotor Theory of Voluntary Control; B.J. Baars. Methods for Inducing Predictable Slips in Speech and Action: A Dozen Competing-Plans Techniques for Inducing Predictable Slips in Speech and Action; B.J. Baars. Laboratory Induction of Non-Speech Action Errors; M.E. Mattson, B.J. Baars. Findings and Theory Derived from Induced Slips: Errors in Inner Speech; G.S. Dell, R.J. Repka. Error-Minimizing Mechanisms; M.E. Mattson, B.J. Baars. Some Caveats on Testing the Freudian Slip Hypothesis; B.J. Baars, et al. Commentary: The Psychology of Slips; A. Sellen, D.A. Norman. 4 additional articles. Index.