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Freedom from habits: the capacity for autonomous behaviour
The capacity for autonomous behaviour is key to human intelligence, and fundamental to modern social life. However, experimental investigations of the cognitive bases of human autonomy are challenging, because experimental paradigms typically constrain behaviour using controlled contexts, and elicit behaviour by external triggers. In contrast, the sources of human autonomy and freedom are assumed to be endogenous. Here we propose a new theoretical construct of adaptive autonomy, meaning thedoi:10.1101/2022.11.08.515627 fatcat:x4vbwjf2sjep7gdquicplnsgci