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1960), two-loop theory (Logan & Crump, 2009), and computational theories of typewriting ( John, 1996; Rumelhart & Norman, 1982; Salthouse, 1986; Wu & Liu, 2008). Complex tasks may require more complex explanations. 3. The Development of Hierarchical Control Skills like typewriting are acquired, so the hierarchical control they entail must develop during skill acquisition. It is not clear how this happens. Bryan and Harter (1899) documented plateaus in learning skill at sending and Hierarchical Control of Cognitive Processes: The Case for Skilled Typewriting 21 receiving Morse code in telegraphers and argued that other complex skills should show similar plateaus (see LaBerge & Samuels, 1974).
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