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Cyberpsychology : an introduction to human-computer interaction

Author: Kent L Norman
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book begins with a brief history of psychology and computers and a comparison of the human nervous system and the circuitry of a computer. A number of theories and models of human-computer interaction are presented, as well as research methods and techniques for usability testing. Following the typical contents of an introduction to psychology, the book then discusses sensation and perception, learning and  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kent L Norman
ISBN: 9780521867382 052186738X 9780521687027 0521687020
OCLC Number: 213222497
Description: x, 434 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction : importance, implications, and historical perspectives --
Fundamentals : biological and technological bases --
Theoretical approaches : models and metaphors --
Research : modes and methods --
Sensory-motor interfaces : input and output --
Learning and memory, transfer and interference --
Cognitive psychology : thinking and problem solving --
Language and programming --
Individual differences : people, performance, and personality --
Motivation and emotion at the human-computer interface --
Interpersonal relations --
Abnormal behavior and cybertherapies --
Automation and artificial intelligence --
Assistive and augmentive technologies --
Media : games, entertainment, and education --
The future : the ultimate human-computer interface.
Responsibility: Kent L. Norman.
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Examines how we interact with computer interfaces, covering the full spectrum of the field in the new age of technology.  Read more...

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