Control With an Eye for Perception: Precursors to an Active Psychophysics
The perception-action cycle is viewed within the context of research in manual control. A portrait of a perception-action system is derived from the primitives of control theory in order to evaluate the promise of this perspective for what R. Warren and McMillan (1984) termed active psychophysics-a study of human performance that does justice to the intimate coupling between perception and action.
Flach, J. M.
(1990). Control With an Eye for Perception: Precursors to an Active Psychophysics. Ecological Psychology, 2 (2), 83-111.