Cognitive Ergonomics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780122482908, 9781483288499

Cognitive Ergonomics

1st Edition

Understanding, Learning, and Designing Human-Computer Interaction

Series Editors: Brian Gaines Andrew Monk
Editors: Pierre Falzon
eBook ISBN: 9781483288499
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th January 1990
Page Count: 261
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Table of Contents

Models for Design: P. Falzon, Models for Design: An Introduction. A. Whitefield, Humanb1Computer Interaction Models and Their Roles in the Design of Interactive Systems. J.E. Ziegler, P.H. Vossen, and H.U. Hoppe, Cognitive Complexity of Humanb1Computer Interfaces. M. Lansdale, The Role of Memory in Personal Information Management. P. Falzon, Humanb1Computer Interaction: Lessons from Humanb1Human Communication. Learning Processes: Y. Waern, Human Learning of Humanb1Computer Interaction: An Introduction. C.M. Allwood, Learning and Using Text-editors and Other Application Programs. D. Ackermann, J. Stelovsky, and T. Greutmann, Action Regulation and the Mental Operational Mapping Process in Humanb1Computer Interaction. G.C. van der Veer, R. Wijk, and M.A.M. Felt, Metaphors and Metacommunication in the Development of Mental Models. M. Wilson, P. Barnard, and A. McLean, An Investigation of the Learning of a Computer System. R. Schindler and A. Schuster, What Kind of Information Do Users Use to Operate a Text Editing System? R. Samurcay, Understanding the Cognitive Difficulties of Novice Programmers: A Didactic Approach. Planning and Understanding: J.-M. Hoc, Planning and Understanding: An Introduction. A. Bisseret, Towards Computer-aided Text Production. L.P. Goodstein, Computer Aids for Decision-making in Process Control. F. D*aaetienne, Program Understanding and Knowledge Organization: The Influence of Acquired Schemata.


Description

This reference work covers the breadth of cognitive ergonomics in humanb1computer interaction (HCI). Covering models for design, learning procedures, and planning and understanding, this book is specifically concerned with the cognitive ergonomics of humanb1computer interaction--from analogical thinking to spreadsheet calculation, office organization to process control. It provides an overview of HCI issues from the cognitive perspective.

Readership

Researchers in human*b1computer interaction, ergonomics, and human factors; interface designers.


Details

No. of pages:
261
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1990
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483288499

About the Series Editors

Brian Gaines Series Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary

Andrew Monk Series Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

University of York

About the Editors

Pierre Falzon Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

INRIA