Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Main Title: The sum of two models: how a composite model explains unexpected user behavior in a dual-task scenario
Author(s): Halbrügge, Marc
Russwinkel, Nele
Type: Conference Object
Language Code: en
Abstract: Maintaining cognitive control while pursuing several tasks at the same time is hard, especially when the current problem states of these tasks need to be represented in memory. We are investigating the mutual influence of a self-paced and a reactive task with regard to completion time and error rates. Against initial expectations, the interruptions from the reactive task did not lead to more errors in the self-paced task, but only prolonged the completion time. Our understanding of this result is guided by a combined version of two previously published cognitive models of the individual tasks. The combined model reproduces the empirical findings concerning error rates and task completion times, but not an unexpected change in the error pattern. These results feed back into our theoretical understanding of cognitive control during sequential action.
Issue Date: 2016
Date Available: 18-Oct-2016
DDC Class: 153 Kognitive Prozesse, Intelligenz
006 Spezielle Computerverfahren
Subject(s): human error
memory for goals
working memory updating
threaded cognition
Sponsor/Funder: DFG, MO 1038/18-1, Automatische Usability-Evaluierung modellbasierter Interaktionssysteme für Ambient Assisted Living
Proceedings Title: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling
Editor: Reitter, David
Ritter, Frank E.
Publisher: Pennsylvania State University
Publisher Place: University Park, Pennsylvania
Page Start: 137
Page End: 143
Is Supplemented By:
Appears in Collections:Quality and Usability Lab » Publications

Files in This Item:
File Description SizeFormat 
halbruegge_russwinkel_iccm2016.pdf332.73 kBAdobe PDFThumbnail

This item is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons