Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions

Herwig A, Waszak F (2012)
Frontiers in Psychology 3: 444.

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According to ideomotor theory, action-effect associations are crucial for voluntary action control. Recently, a number of studies started to investigate the conditions that mediate the acquisition and application of action-effect associations by comparing actions carried out in response to exogenous stimuli (stimulus-based) with actions selected endogenously (intention-based). There is evidence that the acquisition and/or application of action-effect associations is boosted when acting in an intention-based action mode. For instance, bidirectional action-effect associations were diagnosed in a forced choice test phase if participants previously experienced action-effect couplings in an intention-based but not in a stimulus-based action mode. The present study aims at investigating effects of the action mode on action-effect associations in more detail. In a series of experiments, we compared the strength and durability of short-term action-effect associations (binding) immediately following intention- as well as stimulus-based actions. Moreover, long-term action-effect associations (learning) were assessed in a subsequent test phase. Our results show short-term action-effect associations of equal strength and durability for both action modes. However, replicating previous results, long-term associations were observed only following intention-based actions. These findings indicate that the effect of the action mode on long-term associations cannot merely be a result of accumulated short-term action-effect bindings. Instead, only those episodic bindings are selectively perpetuated or retrieved that integrate action-relevant aspects of the processing event, i.e., in case of intention-based actions, the link between action and ensuing effect.
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2012
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Frontiers in Psychology
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3
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444
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1664-1078
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1664-1078
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Herwig A, Waszak F. Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions. Frontiers in Psychology. 2012;3: 444.
Herwig, A., & Waszak, F. (2012). Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 444. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00444
Herwig, A., and Waszak, F. (2012). Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions. Frontiers in Psychology 3:444.
Herwig, A., & Waszak, F., 2012. Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions. Frontiers in Psychology, 3: 444.
A. Herwig and F. Waszak, “Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions”, Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 3, 2012, : 444.
Herwig, A., Waszak, F.: Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions. Frontiers in Psychology. 3, : 444 (2012).
Herwig, Arvid, and Waszak, Florian. “Action-effect bindings and ideomotor learning in intention- and stimulus-based actions”. Frontiers in Psychology 3 (2012): 444.
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