Volume 4, Number 1, 1992 Applications of Cognitive Theory and Science to HCI
- David Morrison:
The applications of cognitive theory and science to HCI: A psychological perspective.
- Thomas R. G. Green, David J. Gilmore, B. B. Blumenthal, Simon P. Davies, R. Winder:
Towards a cognitive browser for OOPS.
- Stephen J. Payne, Andrew Howes, Elaine Hill:
Conceptual instructions derived from an analysis of device models.
- Ray E. Eberts, Leticia Villegas, Colleen Phillips, Cindelyn Eberts:
Using neural net modeling for user assistance in HCI tasks.
- Kevin Hapeshi, Dylan M. Jones:
Interactive multimedia for instruction: A cognitive analysis of the role of audition and vision.
Volume 4, Number 2, 1992
- G. Anthony Ryan:
Effects of an episode of intensive keying on data process operators.
Volume 4, Number 3, 1992 Part II:
Occupational Stress in Human-Computer Interaction Original Articles
Volume 4, Number 4, 1992
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- Dieter Zapf, Felix C. Brodbeck, Michael Frese, Helmut Peters, Jochen Prümper:
Errors in working with office computers: A first validation of a taxonomy for observed errors in a field setting.
- Colin Ware, Joseph Bonner, William Knight, Rod Cater:
Moving icons as a human interrupt.
- Conn Mulvihill, Gabriel McDermott:
Focused interaction in dialogues.
- F. Jacob Seagull, Neff Walker:
The effects of hierarchical structure and visualization ability on computerized information retrieval.
- Tadeusz Marek, Czeslaw Noworol, Henryk Wos, Waldemar Karwowski, Krzysztof Hamiga:
Muscular loading and subjective ratings of muscular tension by novices when typing with standard and split-design computer keyboards.