par Destrebecqz, Arnaud ;Cleeremans, Axel
Référence Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28, 1, page (19-20)
Publication Publié, 2005-02
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : In general, we agree with Pothos's claim that similarity and rule knowledge are best viewed as situated on the extreme points of a single representational continuum. However, we contend that a distinction can be made between "rule-like" and "rule-based" knowledge: Rule-based, symbolic knowledge is necessarily conscious when it is applied. Awareness thus provides a useful criterion for distinguishing between sensitivity to functional similarity and knowledge of symbolic rules.