A Call for Unification of Dual- and Single-Process Accounts in Cognitive Models of Intuition
We examine how both single-process and dual-process accounts can inform models of intuition. To do so, we review theoretical differences between ACT-R and CLARION and propose a model unifying single-process and dual-process accounts within the ACT-R cognitive architecture. In this model, the function of cognitive decoupling is introduced and its role in the emergence of slow intuition is explained.
& Juvina, I.
(2016). A Call for Unification of Dual- and Single-Process Accounts in Cognitive Models of Intuition. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5 (3), 338-340.