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  • A Dynamical Analysis of Kneading Using a Motion Capture Device

    Abe, Mamiko; Yamamoto, Tomoyuki; Fujinami, Tsutomu (2003)
    Physical skills such as playing the musical instrument are hard to learn and take long time to master. To investigate what makes physical skills so dificult to learn and how we can evaluate the level of skills, we examined the kneading in ceramic art, an action to prepare the clay for shaping and studied the physical movements of both the learners and experts. Kneading is an appropriate sample of physical skill for studying the body movement because all the parts of bo...

    A model of learning task-specific knowledge for a new task

    Taatgen, Niels A. (1999)
    In this paper I will present a detailed ACT-R model of how the task-specific knowledge for a new, complex task is learned. The model is capable of acquiring its knowledge through experience, using a declarative representation that is gradually compiled into a procedural representation. The model exhibits several characteristics that concur with Fitt’s theory of skill learning, and can be used to show that individual differences in working memory capacity initially have a large impact on perfo...

    Posttraumatic Dental-Care Anxiety: Is "dental phobia" a misnomer?

    Bracha, MD Stefan; Vega, PHD Edward; Vega, Carrie (2006)
    ABSTRACT: In this article, we suggest that the term “dental phobia,” as commonly applied to the experience of dental fear and anxiety, is typically a misnomer. The problem with using the term “phobia” in a dental-care context is as follows: by definition, phobias involve a fear that is “excessive or unreasonable,” which the individual recognizes as such, and in which the anxiety, panic attacks and phobic avoidance are not better accounted for by another disorder, including posttraumat...

    Orthognathic surgery in the University of Malaya

    Ngeow, Dr. W.C. (2002)
    This is the first review on orthognathic surgery in Malaysia. The records of a total of 84 patients seen between 1977 and 1999 in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya were analysed. Skeletal III deformity formed 85 of the sample with a female dominance of 2 to 1. The patients' age ranged from 17 to 36 years, with a mean of 25.3 years. The common surgical techniques used were combined bilateral sagittal split and Le Fort I osteotomy...

    Modeling the evolution of communication: From stimulus associations to grounded symbolic associations

    Cangelosi, Angelo (1999)
    This paper describes a model for the evolution of communication systems using simple syntactic rules, such as word combinations. It also focuses on the distinction between simple word-object associations and symbolic relationships. The simulation method combines the use of neural networks and genetic algorithms. The behavioral task is influenced by Savage-Rumbaugh & Rumbaugh’s (1978) ape language experiments. The results show that languages that use combination of words (e.g. “verb-object” ru...
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