A coordination class analysis of judgments about animated motion Documents
Thomas C. Thaden-Koch,
Robert J. Dufresne,
William J. Gerace,
Jose P. Mestre, and
William J. Leonard
We use the coordination class construct to analyze interviews in which college students judged the realism of animated depictions of balls rolling on a set of tracks. We find the elements of coordination classes (readout strategies and the causal net) useful for understanding the interviewed students' decision-making processes. We find limited evidence for integration and invariance, the performance criteria of coordination classes.
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Published September 9, 2004
Last Modified July 7, 2013
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