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CN 11-4766/R

›› 2005, Vol. 13 ›› Issue (2): 139-146.

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Review on the Planning-control Model Based on the Dissociation between Visual Perception and Action

Xing Youchuan, Zhang Zhijun, Tang Rixin   

  1. Department of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310028, China
  • Received:2004-11-15 Revised:1900-01-01 Online:2005-03-15 Published:2005-03-15
  • Contact: Zhang Zhijun

Abstract: The dissociation between perception and action was found from clinical cases at first. Illusion paradigms on normal subject were used in examining the phenomena further. As a result, four kinds of explanations were proposed. The planning-control model, which supposed that action can be divided into two stages: planning stage and control stage, got lots of factual supports especially. Furthermore, it was believed that separate processing modules underlay planning and control, and each module employed a distinct visual representation. Visual illusions affected the planning of action but did not affect the on-line control of action. Experimental facts of planning-control model in dynamic illusion effects were reviewed. Evaluation and expectation were put forward at last

Key words: dissociation between perception and action, planning stage, control stage, dynamic illusion effects

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