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  • DeepInteractionKarl FastKent State University@karlfastUX Brighton
  • “I actually did the work onthe paper,” [Feynman] said.“Well,” Weiner said, “thework was done in your head,but the record of it is stillhere.”“No, it’s not a record, notreally. It’s working. You haveto work on paper and this isthe paper. Okay?”—Genius, by James Gleick, pp 409
  • What isthinking?
  • BehaviorismCognitivismNeuroscience
  • What is thinking?Stuff that happensin your head
  • 34 + 4 = ?
  • 34 x 4 = ?
  • 34 4 =?
  • Where doesthe thinkinghappen?
  • 200 pieces
  • 20 pieces
  • 6 pieces
  • Why notjust think?
  • brain boundextended mind
  • Parity principleIf some process works in a way thatwe would count it as cognitive if itwere done in the head, then weshould count it as cognitive if it isdone outside the head.
  • 34 4 =?
  • Kieras, D. E. & Meyer, D. E. (1997) An overview of the EPIC architecture for cognition and performance with application tohuman-computer interaction. Human-Computer Interaction, Vol. 12, 391-438.
  • A computer’s mental model of humansIgoe, T. and D. OSullivan (2004) Physical Computing. Thomson Course Technology.
  • Kieras, D. E. & Meyer, D. E. (1997) An overview of the EPIC architecture for cognition and performance with application tohuman-computer interaction. Human-Computer Interaction, Vol. 12, 391-438.
  • Theoriesembodied cognitiondistributed cognitionactivity theorycognitive integrationextended mind
  • Kirsh, D., & Maglio, P. (1994). On distinguishing epistemic from pragmatic action. Cognitive Science, 18(4), 513-549
  • Pragmatic ActionsAct on the world to achievea desired goal-state in theworld
  • Epistemic Actionsmake mental computation» faster» simpler» less prone to error
  • Epistemic ActionsAct on the world not for thechange in the world, but forthe change in you
  • A BA B
  • AffordancesMental modelsVisibilityMappingFeedback
  • Goals Evaluation of Intention interpretations to act Interpreting the Sequence perception of actions Perceiving the Execution of thestate of the world action sequence
  • CognitionAction Perception World
  • CognitionAction Perception World
  • What isthinking?
  • CognitionAction Perception World
  • CognitionAction Perception World
  • Information
  • You can have informationor you can have a life,but you can’t have both.—Douglas Coupland
  • InformationComputationDevicesPeople
  • Creating – Distributing – Publishing –Searching – Collecting – Sharing - Consuming
  • Informationis cheapUnderstandingis expensive
  • Thank Youkfast@kent.eduhttp://about.me/karlfast@karlfast