|PSYC 101 Guest Lecture, Summer 2008|
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Card, S., Moran, T., & Newell, A. 1983. The Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction. Hillsdale: Lawerence Earlbaum & Associates. Chapter 1. [PDF]
Newell, A. 1973. You can't play 20 questions with nature and win: Projective comments on the papers of this symposium. Visual Information Processing. William G. Chase (Ed.) New York: Academic Press. [PDF]
Reason, J. 1994. Forward. Human Error in Medicine, Marylin Sue Bogner (Ed). Hillsdale: Lawerence Earlbaum & Associates. [PDF]
Moray, N. 1994. Error reduction as a systems problem. Human Error in Medicine, Marylin Sue Bogner (Ed). Hillsdale: Lawerence Earlbaum & Associates. [PDF]
Lecture slides [PDF]
Anderson, John R. (2007). How can the human mind exist in the physical universe? New York, NY: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 978-0-19-532425-9
Casey, S. (1998). Set Phasers on Stun and Other True Tales of Design, Technology, and Human Error (2nd Ed.) Santa Barbara, CA: Aegean Publishing Company. ISBN: 0-9636178-8-5
Computer-Human Interaction Lab at Rice University — Research projects include: ACT-R Perceptual-Motor, Visual Attention and Search, Systematic Procedural Error, and Usability of Voting Systems.
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society — HFES is a professional organization dedicated to the research and advancement of human factors such as physical ergonomics, usability, human error, and teamwork, to name but a few.
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