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The Psychology of Human Computer Interaction

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The Psychology of Human Computer Interaction

Author : Stuart K. Card
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Defines the psychology of human-computer interaction, showing how to span the gap between science & application. Studies the behavior of users in interacting with computer systems.

Designing Interaction

Author : John Millar Carroll
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Designing Interaction, first published in 1991, presents a broadbased and fundamental re-examination of human-computer interaction as a practical and scientific endeavor. The chapters in this well-integrated, tightly focused book are by psychologists and computer scientists in industry and academia, who examine the relationship between contemporary psychology and human-computer interaction. HCI seeks to produce user interfaces that facilitate and enrich human motivation, action and experience; but to do so deliberately it must also incorporate means of understanding user interfaces in human terms - the province of psychology. Conversely, the design and use of computing equipment provides psychologists with a diverse and challenging empirical field in which to assess their theories and methodologies.

Cyberpsychology

Author : Kent Norman
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This textbook provides a comprehensive overview of the human-computer interface in clear, non-technical language, making it an ideal introduction for students of both psychology and computer science. Covering the past, present, and future developments in technology and psychology, it combines cutting-edge academic research with engaging illustrations and examples that show students how the material relates to their lives. Topics addressed include: human factors of input devices, and the basics of sensation and perception; memory and cognitive issues of users navigating their way through interfaces; communication via programming languages and natural speech interaction; cyberpathologies such as techno-stress and Internet addiction disorders; and challenges surrounding automation and artificial intelligence. This thoroughly updated second edition features new chapters on virtual reality and cybersecurity; expanded coverage of social media, mobile computing, e-learning, and video games; and end-of-chapter review questions that ensure students have mastered key objectives.

Understanding Mobile Human Computer Interaction

Author : Steve Love
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Taking a psychological perspective, this book examines the role of Human-Computer Interaction in the field of Information Systems research. The introductory section of the book covers the basic tenets of the HCI discipline, including how it developed and an overview of the various academic disciplines that contribute to HCI research. The second part of the book focuses on the application of HCI to Information Systems research, and reviews ways in which HCI techniques, methodologies and other research components have been used to date in the IS field. The third section of the book looks at the research areas where HCI has not yet been fully exploited in relation to IS, such as broadening user groups and user acceptance of technology. The final section of the book comprises of a set of guidelines for students to follow when undertaking an HCI based research project. * Offers a comprehensive insight into the social shaping of technology * Includes in depth analysis of HCI issues relating to mobile devices * Provides guidelines, technical tips and an overview of relevant data analysis techniques to help students develop their own research projects

An Introduction to Human Computer Interaction Psychology Revivals

Author : Paul Booth
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Originally published in 1989 this title provided a comprehensive and authoritative introduction to the burgeoning discipline of human-computer interaction for students, academics, and those from industry who wished to know more about the subject. Assuming very little knowledge, the book provides an overview of the diverse research areas that were at the time only gradually building into a coherent and well-structured field. It aims to explain the underlying causes of the cognitive, social and organizational problems typically encountered when computer systems are introduced. It is clear and concise, whilst avoiding the oversimplification of important issues and ideas.

Affect and Emotion in Human Computer Interaction

Author : Christian Peter
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Affect and emotion play an important role in our everyday lives: They are present whatever we do, wherever we are, and wherever we go, without us being aware of them for much of the time. When it comes to interaction, be it with humans, technology, or humans via technology, we suddenly become more aware of emotion, either by seeing the other’s emotional expression, or by not getting an emotional response while anticipating one. Given this, it seems only sensible to explore affect and emotion in human-computer interaction, to investigate the underlying principles, to study the role they play, to develop methods to quantify them, and to finally build applications that make use of them. This is the research field for which, over ten years ago, Rosalind Picard coined the phrase "affective computing". The present book provides an account of the latest work on a variety of aspects related to affect and emotion in human-technology interaction. It covers theoretical issues, user experience and design aspects as well as sensing issues, and reports on a number of affective applications that have been developed in recent years.

The Psychology of Human Computer Interaction

Author : Stuart K. Card
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"Defines the psychology of human-computer interaction, showing how to span the gap between science & application. Studies the behavior of users in interacting with computer systems."--Provided by publisher.

The Psychology of Human computer Interaction

Author : Stuart K. Card
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Visualization in Human Computer Interaction

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A selection of contributions to the Seventh Workshop on Informatics and Psychology. Informatics technology makes human-computer interaction based on visual concepts feasible. Psychologists are working on how people represent knowledge visually.

Interaction Design

Author : Jenny Preece
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This is an ideal resource for learning the interdisciplinary skills needed for interaction design, human computer interaction, information design, web design and ubiquitous computing. This text offers a cross-disciplinary, practical and process-oriented introduction to the field, showing not just what principles ought to apply to interaction design, but crucially how they can be applied.

Human Computer Interaction HCI International 2019

Author : Constantine Stephanidis
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This set of 35 volumes constitutes the proceedings of all of the conferences affiliated with HCI International 2019, which was held in Orlando, Florida, USA, in July 2019. The 1274 papers and 209 posters presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 5029 submissions. The respective focus of the 18 conference is as follows: Human-Computer Interaction; Human Interface and the Management of Information; Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics; Universal Access in Human-Computer Interation; Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality; Cross-Cultural Design; Social Computing and Social Media; Augmented Cognition; Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management; Design, User Experience, and Usability; Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions; HCI in Business, Government and Organizations; Learning and Collaboration Technologies; Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population; HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust; HCI in Games, HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems; and Adaptive Instructional Systems. The set therefore provides readers with a comprehensive overview of ongoing research and development within the broad field of Human-Computer Interaction.

Interaction Design

Author : Helen Sharp
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A new edition of the #1 text in the human computer Interaction field! Hugely popular with students and professionals alike, the Fifth Edition of Interaction Design is an ideal resource for learning the interdisciplinary skills needed for interaction design, human-computer interaction, information design, web design, and ubiquitous computing. New to the fifth edition: a chapter on data at scale, which covers developments in the emerging fields of 'human data interaction' and data analytics. The chapter demonstrates the many ways organizations manipulate, analyze, and act upon the masses of data being collected with regards to human digital and physical behaviors, the environment, and society at large. Revised and updated throughout, this edition offers a cross-disciplinary, practical, and process-oriented, state-of-the-art introduction to the field, showing not just what principles ought to apply to interaction design, but crucially how they can be applied. Explains how to use design and evaluation techniques for developing successful interactive technologies Demonstrates, through many examples, the cognitive, social and affective issues that underpin the design of these technologies Provides thought-provoking design dilemmas and interviews with expert designers and researchers Uses a strong pedagogical format to foster understanding and enjoyment An accompanying website contains extensive additional teaching and learning material including slides for each chapter, comments on chapter activities, and a number of in-depth case studies written by researchers and designers.

Human computer Interaction

Author : Alan Dix
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Extensively researched to meet course requirements, this is an important new textbook in Human-Computer Interaction. It provides a multi-disciplinary perspective to the subject for undergraduate students in Human-Computer Interaction and Interface Design in Computer Science, Psychology and Cognitive Science departments. Human-Computer Interaction features thorough treatment of HCI from basic concepts to cutting-edge research issues; Computer Science and Psychology perspectives; emphasis on practical applications as well as theory, including worked examples, exercises at all levels and suggested experiments; and structured text allowing for use in a complete HCI course or shorter single course units.

The Essence of Human computer Interaction

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The Prentice Hall Essence of Computer Science Series provides a concise, practical and uniform introduction to the core components of an undergraduate Computer Science degree. Acknowledging recent changes within higher education, this approach uses a variety of pedagogical tools - case-studies, worked examples and self-test questions - to underpin the student's learning.The Essence of Human-Computer Interaction provides a concise, no-nonsense introduction to studying HCI. It covers all of the essential elements of a standard Human-Computer Interaction course, including Artificial Intelligence, Psychology and Cognitive Science, and suggests ways in which to further develop areas of interest in the subject. It provides examples from everyday life as well as computer systems, such as "real" interfacing problems and solutions. It also includes practical "experiments" for the reader to try, through an examination of subjects such as ergonomics and other HCI issues.

Emotions and Affect in Human Factors and Human Computer Interaction

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Emotions and Affect in Human Factors and Human–Computer Interaction is a complete guide for conducting affect-related research and design projects in H/F and HCI domains. Introducing necessary concepts, methods, approaches, and applications, the book highlights how critical emotions and affect are to everyday life and interaction with cognitive artifacts. The text covers the basis of neural mechanisms of affective phenomena, as well as representative approaches to Affective Computing, Kansei Engineering, Hedonomics, and Emotional Design. The methodologies section includes affect induction techniques, measurement techniques, detection and recognition techniques, and regulation models and strategies. The application chapters discuss various H/F and HCI domains: product design, human–robot interaction, behavioral health and game design, and transportation. Engineers and designers can learn and apply psychological theories and mechanisms to account for their affect-related research and can develop their own domain-specific theory. The approach outlined in this handbook works to close the existing gap between the traditional affect research and the emerging field of affective design and affective computing. Provides a theoretical background of affective sciences Demonstrates diverse affect induction methods in actual research settings Describes sensing technologies, such as brain–computer interfaces, facial expression detection, and more Covers emotion modeling and its application to regulation processes Includes case studies and applied examples in a variety of H/F and HCI application areas Addresses emerging interdisciplinary areas including Positive Technology, Subliminal Perception, Physiological Computing, and Aesthetic Computing

Research Methods for Human Computer Interaction

Author : Paul Cairns
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Human-Computer Interaction draws on the fields of computer science, psychology, cognitive science, and organisational and social sciences in order to understand how people use and experience interactive technology. Until now, researchers have been forced to return to the individual subjects to learn about research methods and how to adapt them to the particular challenges of HCI. This book provides a single resource through which a range of commonly used research methods in HCI are introduced. Chapters are authored by internationally leading HCI researchers who use examples from their own work to illustrate how the methods apply in an HCI context. Each chapter also contains key references to help researchers find out more about each method as it has been used in HCI. Topics covered include experimental design, use of eyetracking, qualitative research methods, cognitive modelling, how to develop new methodologies and writing up your research.

Human Computer Interaction HCI International 2018

Author : Constantine Stephanidis
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This set of 30 volumes constitutes the proceedings of all of the conferences affiliated with HCI International 2018, which was held in Las Vegas, NV, USA, in July 2018. The 1170 papers and 195 posters presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 4373 submissions, The respective focus of the 14 conferences is as follows: Human-Computer Interaction; Human Interface and the Management of Information; Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics; Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction; Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality; Cross-Cultural Design; Social Computing and Social Media; Augmented Cognition; Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics, and Risk Management; Design, User Experience, and Usability; Distributed, Ambient, and Pervasive Interactions; HCI in Business, Government, and Organizations; Learning and Collaboration Technologies; and Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. The set therefore provides readers with a comprehensive overview of ongoing research and development within the broad field of Human-Computer Interaction.

HCI Redux

Author : Phil Turner
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This book explores the role of cognition in the field of human-computer interaction (HCI) assessing how the field has developed over the past thirty years and discusses where the field is heading, as we begin to live in increasingly interconnected digital environments. Taking a broad chronological view, the author discusses cognition in relation to areas like make-believe, and appropriation, and places these more recent concepts in the context of traditional thinking about the psychology of HCI. HCI Redux will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers in psychology, the cognitive sciences and HCI. It will also be of interest to all readers with a curiosity about our everyday use of technology.

Interaction Design

Author : Helen Sharp
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The classic text, Interaction Design by Sharp, Preece and Rogers is back in a fantastic new 2nd Edition! New to this edition: Completely updated to include new chapters on Interfaces, Data Gathering and Data Analysis and Interpretation, the latest information from recent research findings and new examples Now in full colour A lively and highly interactive Web site that will enable students to collaborate on experiments, compete in design competitions, collaborate on designs, find resources and communicate with others A new practical and process-oriented approach showing not just what principals ought to apply, but crucially how they can be applied "The best basis around for user-centered interaction design, both as a primer for students as an introduction to the field, and as a resource for research practitioners to fall back on. It should be labelled 'start here'." —Pieter Jan Stappers, ID-StudioLab, Delft University of Technology