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This does not appear to be too different from the Information Processing Theory explanation of the use of feedback to control slow movements. Ecological psychologists do not like that explanation, as they see it as referring to a CNS function which we can not be sure happens. Moreover, they argue that as afferent and efferent nerves are inter-connected in the spinal cord, it may be at PNS level that movement is controlled rather than in the CNS. We discuss this argument in some detail in Chapter 7.
I will give a brief explanation of the model, then an outline of the criticisms made of it. It is up to the reader to evaluate the model and the criticisms as he/she reads the rest of this book. In deciding on the chapters of this book, I have followed Welford’s divisions of information processing. This is for ease of organization and should not be taken to infer a preference for Information Processing Theory over ecological psychology theories. I have tried throughout the book to present both sides of the picture and, as I stated in the Prologue, it is up to the readers to make up their own minds as to which theory they prefer, if any.
They found that the experts, in the two games, followed very similar patterns of search, even though the displays in the two games differ a great deal. The experts looked ﬁrstly at spaces behind defenders, then at the positions of the defenders and lastly at the positions of their team-mates. The novices, also, followed similar patterns to one another but these patterns were very different to those used by the experts. In fact, they were the other way round. According to Allard, this was due to past experience showing the experts which information was the most important.