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Experimental Slips and Human Error: Exploring the Architecture of Volition [Hardcover]

Bernard J. Baars

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Nov. 30 1992 0306438666 978-0306438660 1992
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.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Error literature May 31 2001
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I used this book as part of a literature review on errors from a cognitive aspect. This book was very useful as it provides a comprehensive review of experimental errors by several researchers.

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