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Trig­ger-Ac­tion Planning

Trig­ger-Ac­tion Plan­ning (TAP), some­times Trig­ger-Ac­tion Pat­terns, and formerly Im­ple­men­ta­tion In­ten­tions are tech­niques for get­ting one­self to suc­cess­fully en­act de­sired ac­tions (or in­ac­tions) by train­ing some­thing like a “stim­u­lus-re­sponse” pair. The tech­nique was spread by CFAR which ini­tially drew upon the psy­chol­ogy liter­a­ture of Im­ple­men­ta­tion In­ten­tions.

After it was clear that TAPs should be heav­ily ap­plied to cog­ni­tive mo­tions/​thought pat­terns, some de­cided that the ‘P’ should stand for ‘Pat­tern’ rather than ‘Plan’.

Resources

Mak­ing in­ten­tions con­crete—Trig­ger-Ac­tion Planning

Kaj_Sotala
1 Dec 2016 20:34 UTC
42 points
30 comments4 min readLW link

What are Trig­ger-Ac­tion Plans (TAPs)?

Lulie
7 May 2018 18:28 UTC
22 points
6 comments4 min readLW link

TAPs 3: Reductionism

alkjash
15 Mar 2018 5:20 UTC
40 points
4 comments2 min readLW link
(radimentary.wordpress.com)

Con­crete Take­aways Post-CFAR

lifelonglearner
24 Feb 2017 18:31 UTC
13 points
6 comments11 min readLW link

CFAR Par­ti­ci­pant Hand­book now available to all

Duncan_Sabien
3 Jan 2020 15:43 UTC
213 points
31 comments1 min readLW link

Ham­mer­time Day 3: TAPs

alkjash
1 Feb 2018 4:10 UTC
27 points
18 comments3 min readLW link
(radimentary.wordpress.com)

Reflec­tive Complaints

Raemon
21 May 2020 21:11 UTC
36 points
20 comments1 min readLW link

How I use Google Forms in my Workflow

Harri Besceli
26 Jul 2020 12:17 UTC
31 points
4 comments3 min readLW link

Your in­ner Google

PhilGoetz
16 Sep 2011 6:56 UTC
105 points
70 comments1 min readLW link

No, Se­ri­ously. Just Try It: TAPs

Hazard
14 Jan 2018 15:24 UTC
42 points
14 comments1 min readLW link

TAPs 2

alkjash
22 Feb 2018 5:10 UTC
45 points
2 comments3 min readLW link
(radimentary.wordpress.com)