Exploring the hyphen in ideo-motor action

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (5):891-892 (2001)


This commentary focuses on Hommel et al.'s inferences on action planning. It discusses the relevance of anticipated extrinsic movement effects for action control, the problems of a feature-based representation of actions, and the necessity of the acquisition of conditional movement-effect associations.

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