Planning, control, and the illusion of explanation

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):54-55 (2004)
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Several aspects of Glover's planning–control model (PCM) appear incompatible with existing data. Moreover, there is no logical reason to suppose that separate visual representations should be required for the “planning” and “control” of actions in the first place. Although intuitively appealing, the PCM appears to lack strong empirical support.



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