The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook: Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies, and Emerging Applications

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THE HUMAN-COMPUTER
INTERACTION HANDBOOK

Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies
and Emerging Applications

JULIE A. JACKO, Editor
Georgia Institute of Technology

ANDREW SEARS, Editor UMBC

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The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook: Fundamentals, Evolving Technologies, and Emerging Applications
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Series Foreword xiii
  • Foreword xv
  • Preface xvii
  • Handbook Web Site xix
  • Advisory Board xxi
  • About the Editors xxiii
  • List of Contributors xxv
  • The Human-Computer Interaction Handbook *
  • Introduction - Evolution of Human-Computer Interaction: from Memex to Bluetooth and Beyond 1
  • References *
  • Part I - Humans in Human-Computer Interaction 19
  • References *
  • 1 - Perceptual-Motor Interaction: Some Implications for Human-Computer Interaction 23
  • References 33
  • 2 - Human Information Processing: an Overview for Human-Computer Interaction 35
  • References *
  • 3 - Mental Models 52
  • References *
  • 4 - Emotion in Human-Computer Interaction 81
  • References *
  • 5 - Cognitive Architecture 97
  • References *
  • 6 - Modeling Humans in Human-Computer Interaction 118
  • References 146
  • Part II - Computers in Human-Computer Interaction 147
  • References *
  • 7 - Input Technologies and Techniques 151
  • References 164
  • 8 - Conversational Interface Technologies 169
  • References *
  • 9 - Visual Displays 187
  • References *
  • 10 - Haptic Interfaces 206
  • References 219
  • 11 - Nonspeech Auditory Output 220
  • References *
  • Part III - Human-Computer Interaction 241
  • Part IIIa - Interaction Fundamentals 243
  • References *
  • 12 - Multimedia User Interface Design 245
  • References 261
  • 13 - Visual Design Principles for Usable Interfaces 263
  • References *
  • 14 - Multimodal Interfaces 286
  • References 301
  • 15 - Adaptive Interfaces and Agents 305
  • References *
  • 16 - Network-Based Interaction 331
  • References *
  • 17 - Motivating, Influencing, and Persuading Users 358
  • References *
  • 18 - Human Error Identification in Human-Computer Interaction 371
  • References *
  • 19 - Design of Computer Workstations 384
  • References *
  • Part IIIb - Interaction for Diverse Users 397
  • 20 - Genderizing Human-Computer Interaction 401
  • References *
  • 21 - Designing Computer Systems for Older Adults 413
  • References *
  • 22 - Human-Computer Interaction for Kids 428
  • References *
  • 23 - Global and Intercultural User-Interface Design 441
  • References *
  • Urls and Other Information Resources *
  • 24 - Information Technology for Cognitive Support 464
  • References 480
  • 25 - Physical Disabilities and Computing Technologies: an Analysis of Impairments 482
  • References 501
  • 26 - Perceptual Impairments and Computing Technologies 504
  • References *
  • Part IIIc - Interaction Issues for Special Applications 523
  • References *
  • 27 - Documentation: Not Yet Implemented, but Coming Soon! 527
  • References *
  • Appendix - Usability Principles for Documentation Design 542
  • 28 - Information Visualization 544
  • References *
  • 29 - Groupware and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 583
  • References *
  • 30 - Online Communities: Focusing on Sociability and Usability 596
  • References *
  • 31 - Virtual Environments 621
  • References *
  • 32 - User-Centered Interdisciplinary Design of Wearable Computers 635
  • References *
  • 33 - A Cognitive Systems Engineering Approach to the Design of Decision Support Systems 656
  • References *
  • 34 - Computer-Based Tutoring Systems: a Behavioral Approach 677
  • References *
  • 35 - Conversational Speech Interfaces 698
  • References *
  • 36 - The World Wide Web 714
  • References *
  • 37 - Information Appliances 731
  • References *
  • Part IV - Application Domains 753
  • References *
  • 38 - E-Commerce Interface Design 757
  • References *
  • 39 - The Evolution of Human-Computer Interaction During the Telecommunications Revolution 772
  • References *
  • 40 - Government Roles in Human-Computer Interaction 790
  • References *
  • 41 - Human-Computer Interaction in Health Care 808
  • References *
  • 42 - A Framework for Understanding the Development of Educational Software 823
  • References 834
  • 43 - Understanding Entertainment: Story and Gameplay Are One 835
  • Resources *
  • 44 - Motor Vehicle Driver Interfaces 844
  • References *
  • 45 - Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace 861
  • References *
  • 46 - User-Centered Design in Games 883
  • References 905
  • Part V - The Development Process 907
  • Part Va - Requirements Specification 909
  • References *
  • 47 - Requirements Specifications Within the Usability Engineering Life Cycle 913
  • References *
  • 48 - Task Analysis 922
  • References *
  • 49 - Contextual Design 941
  • References *
  • 50 - An Ethnographic Approach to Design 964
  • References *
  • Part Vb - Design and Development 987
  • References *
  • 51 - Guidelines, Standards, and Style Guides 991
  • References *
  • 52 - Prototyping Tools and Techniques 1006
  • References *
  • 53 - Scenario-Based Design 1032
  • References 1049
  • 54 - Participatory Design: the Third Space in Hci 1051
  • References *
  • 55 - Unified User Interface Development 1069
  • References *
  • Part Vc - Testing and Evaluation 1091
  • 56 - User-Based Evaluations 1093
  • References *
  • 57 - Inspection-Based Evaluations 1118
  • References *
  • 58 - Model-Based Evaluation 1139
  • References *
  • 59 - Beyond Task Completion: Evaluation of Affective Components of Use 1152
  • References *
  • Part VI - Managing Human-Computer Interaction and Emerging Issues 1165
  • References *
  • 60 - Technology Transfer 1169
  • References *
  • 61 - Human Values, Ethics, and Design 1177
  • References *
  • 62 - Cost Justification 1202
  • References *
  • 63 - The Evolving Role of Security, Privacy, and Trust in a Digitized World 1213
  • References *
  • 64 - Achieving Compatibility in Human-Computer Interface Design and Evaluation 1226
  • References *
  • Conclusion - Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction 1239
  • References *
  • Author/reference Index 1243
  • Subject Index 1269
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