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An action slip is an unintended action or sequence of behavior. It may be due to a failure of attention as in absent mindedness.

It may be regarded as involving the open loop control of a process which really requires closed loop control and the use of feedback to bring about correct motor performance

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  • Colman, A. M., (2001). Oxford Dictionary of Psychology. Oxford University Press.

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