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Analyse der Sprache in Verhaltenssimulierung

Bierschenk, Bernhard LU and Bierschenk, Inger (1986) In Video-Rückmeldung und Verhaltenstraining Papiere des Münsteraner Arbeitskreises für Semiotik. p.63-102
Abstract
A simulation model is presented, which has been constructed in such a way that the trainee gets control over the context of her actions. Three types of simulated action-event-sequences are presented in an inductive way. The aim is to demonstrate the texture of the simulation process. It is shown that visualised as well as verbalised information has to be processed in a cooperative manner in order to abstract the ecological invariants in the flow of the simulation process. Three analyses are reported, which show the extent to which the trainee becomes conscious of the structural strands lying in the texture of the illustrated simulation process. That higher-order components are to be found in the texture of the context is reflected in the... (More)
A simulation model is presented, which has been constructed in such a way that the trainee gets control over the context of her actions. Three types of simulated action-event-sequences are presented in an inductive way. The aim is to demonstrate the texture of the simulation process. It is shown that visualised as well as verbalised information has to be processed in a cooperative manner in order to abstract the ecological invariants in the flow of the simulation process. Three analyses are reported, which show the extent to which the trainee becomes conscious of the structural strands lying in the texture of the illustrated simulation process. That higher-order components are to be found in the texture of the context is reflected in the course of actions taken. (Less)
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visual information, action-event sequences, simulation, verbal information, action strategy
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Video-Rückmeldung und Verhaltenstraining
editor
Lanthaler, Werner and
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Papiere des Münsteraner Arbeitskreises für Semiotik
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63 - 102
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MAkS Publikationen, Münster
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3888110203 9783888110207
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English
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  abstract     = {A simulation model is presented, which has been constructed in such a way that the trainee gets control over the context of her actions. Three types of simulated action-event-sequences are presented in an inductive way. The aim is to demonstrate the texture of the simulation process. It is shown that visualised as well as verbalised information has to be processed in a cooperative manner in order to abstract the ecological invariants in the flow of the simulation process. Three analyses are reported, which show the extent to which the trainee becomes conscious of the structural strands lying in the texture of the illustrated simulation process. That higher-order components are to be found in the texture of the context is reflected in the course of actions taken.},
  author       = {Bierschenk, Bernhard and Bierschenk, Inger},
  editor       = {Lanthaler, Werner},
  isbn         = {3888110203 9783888110207},
  keyword      = {visual information,action-event sequences,simulation,verbal information,action strategy},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {63--102},
  publisher    = {MAkS Publikationen, Münster},
  series       = {Video-Rückmeldung und Verhaltenstraining},
  title        = {Analyse der Sprache in Verhaltenssimulierung},
  volume       = {Papiere des Münsteraner Arbeitskreises für Semiotik},
  year         = {1986},
}