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The everyday use of objects, placed in a workspace, can play the role of a scaffolding or external aid for action control as much as an advice or a verbal instruction can facilitate the accomplishment of a difficult task. The paper underscores how spatial and graphic properties act as action aids. Two examples will illustrate the role of spatial representations for action control: the touch screen in automated ticket delivery and the Starbuck drink cup.
Pour citer cet article :Conein Bernard (2005/2-3). Action with Objects and within the Work Place. In Mondada Lorenza (Eds), Space, inter/action & cognition, Intellectica, 41-42, (pp.163-180), DOI: 10.3406/intel.2005.1726.