The Interaction Between Perceptual and Cognitive Processes in a Distributed Problem-Solving Task

Jiajie Zhang

This paper examines the interaction between internal and external information and the interplay between perceptual and cognitive processes in the Tic-Tac-Toe and its isomorphs. The experimental results show that different distributed representations can elicit different situational strategies, which are the determining factor affecting problem solving behavior. Planning has little effect in these tasks. The difference between perceptual and cognitive processes and that between parallel and sequential perceptual processes also affect problem solving behavior in a significant way.

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