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Clone of Clone of Control Theory by William T Powers

Bechara Assouad
Based on 1990 SDR Article. Control systems act to make their own input match internal standards or reference signals. Competent control systems create illusions of stimulus response causality. Stimulus-response theory can approximate the relationship between disturbance and action, but it can't predict the consequences of behavior. These consequences are maintained despite disturbances. See IM-9007 for a double loop version

Psychology PCT Control Behavior Causation

  • 5 years 2 weeks ago

Clone of Control Theory by William T Powers

Sugiharto
Based on 1990 SDR Article. Control systems act to make their own input match internal standards or reference signals. Competent control systems create illusions of stimulus response causality. Stimulus-response theory can approximate the relationship between disturbance and action, but it can't predict the consequences of behavior. These consequences are maintained despite disturbances. See IM-9007 for a double loop version

Psychology PCT Control Behavior Causation

  • 5 years 2 months ago

Clone of Control Theory by William T Powers

Andrew Nichols
Based on 1990 SDR Article. Control systems act to make their own input match internal standards or reference signals. Competent control systems create illusions of stimulus response causality. Stimulus-response theory can approximate the relationship between disturbance and action, but it can't predict the consequences of behavior. These consequences are maintained despite disturbances. See IM-9007 for a double loop version

Psychology PCT Control Behavior Causation

  • 5 years 5 months ago

Clone of Control Theory by William T Powers

L Kurt Kreuger
Based on 1990 SDR Article. Control systems act to make their own input match internal standards or reference signals. Competent control systems create illusions of stimulus response causality. Stimulus-response theory can approximate the relationship between disturbance and action, but it can't predict the consequences of behavior. These consequences are maintained despite disturbances. See IM-9007 for a double loop version

Psychology PCT Control Behavior Causation

  • 5 years 2 months ago

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