27-scripts - Memory X Scripts routine action Overview Why...

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Memory X Memory X Scripts & routine action Scripts & routine action
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Overview Overview Why is routine action interesting? Complexities in everyday actions Limitations of “chaining” models How is behavior structured? Schemas and scripts Models of routine action How are routine actions learned? Neural network model Learning structure of action sequences
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Overview Overview Why is routine action interesting? Complexities in everyday actions Limitations of “chaining” models How is behavior structured? Schemas and scripts Models of routine action How are routine actions learned? Neural network model Learning structure of action sequences
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Routine action Routine action Morning routine Get up Shower Get dressed Make coffee Eat breakfast Walk to campus Go to my office Check email “Routine” Repetitive Straightforward Effortless Almost unconscious But not boring! Surprisingly complex Difficult to model
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Routine action Routine action Is an associative “chaining” model OK? Learn that one thing leads to another … Stimulus Action 1 Action 2 Action 3 Strengthen links with each repetition
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Routines are complex I Routines are complex I “Fractal” nature of routine action Get up Shower Get dressed Make coffee Eat breakfast Walk to campus Go to my office Check email Find cup Add coffee Add water Stir cup Add sugar Add cream Pick up cup Drink Find spoon Pick up spoon Find sugar bowl Scoop sugar Move to cup Tip spoon Stir coffee Put down spoon
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Routines are complex II Routines are complex II Not linear sequences of actions Find cup Add coffee Add water Stir cup Add sugar Add cream Pick up cup Drink Interchangeable
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