Presenter: Sholto Maud (Confirmation milestone)

The Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) model of mind proposes that when adaptive neural networks are available, some psychological dysfunctions can be resolved. The ability to form "dual attention" has been proposed as a key technique, and a requirement for clinical success of the AIP therapeutic model - however the model and mechanism of dual attention has not been well theorised. The current work aims to show how the Reciprocal Correspondence Principle (RCP) methodology (also known as Maxwell's analogy) might be used for the design intent of developing a simplified computable model of dual attention.

Venue

Forgan Smith Building (1),
St Lucia campus
Room: 
E303