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Behaviour and Information Technology 1

Editors:Tom Stewart
Publisher:Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Standard No:ISSN 0144-929X
Links:Table of Contents
  1. BIT 1982 Volume 1 Issue 1
  2. BIT 1982 Volume 1 Issue 2
  3. BIT 1982 Volume 1 Issue 3
  4. BIT 1982 Volume 1 Issue 4

BIT 1982 Volume 1 Issue 1

Editorial BIB 1-2
  Tom Stewart
Pictures of Programs and Other Processes, or How to Do Things with Lines BIBA 3-36
  T. R. G. Green
Designing Interactive Systems for the Office of the Future BIBA 37-42
  G. F. Coulouris
Data Base Navigation: An Office Environment for the Professional BIBA 43-54
  Robert Spence; Mark Apperley
What Do Professional Persons Think About Computers? BIBA 55-68
  Elizabeth Zoltan; Alphonse Chapanis
An Ergonomic Evaluation of VDTs BIBA 69-80
  Th. Fellmann; U. Brauninger; R. Gierer; E. Grandjean
The Computer in the Consulting Room: A Psychological Framework BIBA 81-92
  M. J. Fitter; P. J. Cruickshank
Computer Recognition of Textual Keyboard Inputs from Naive Users BIBA 93-111
  Martin Maguire


Symposium on Video Display Terminals and Vision of Workers BIB 113-114
  E. Grandjean

Book Review

"The Micro-Electronics Revolution; The Complete Guide to the New Technology and its Impact on Society," edited by T. Forester BIB 115-116
  K. Eason

BIT 1982 Volume 1 Issue 2

Editorial BIB 119
  Tom Stewart
Video Display Terminals and Vision of Workers: Summary and Overview of a Symposium BIBA 121-140
  Barbara S. Brown; Key Dismukes; Edward J. Rinalducci
Occupational Stress Factors in Visual Display Terminal (VDT) Operation: A Review of Empirical Research BIBA 141-176
  Marvin J. Dainoff
Patterns of Manuscript Revisions BIBA 177-184
  Robert B. Allen
The Impact of a Computerized Conferencing System on the Productivity of Scientific Research Communities BIBA 185-195
  Starr Roxanne Hiltz
The Process of Introducing Information Technology BIBA 197-213
  K. D. Eason

BIT 1982 Volume 1 Issue 3

Editorial BIB 215-216
  Tom Stewart
An Overview of Contemporary Office Automation Technology BIBA 217-236
  Amar Gupta
The Future of Interactive Systems and the Emergence of Direct Manipulation BIBA 237-256
  Ben Shneiderman
Cognitive Factors in Human Interaction With Computers BIBA 257-278
  Robert B. Allen
Graphical Presentation of Boolean Expressions in a Database Query Language: Design Notes and an Ergonomic Evaluation BIBA 279-288
  A. Michard
A Laboratory Study on Preferred and Imposed Settings of a VDT Workstation BIBA 289-304
  E. Grandjean; K. Nishiyama; W. Hunting; M. Piderman
Using Technical Intervention to Behavioural Advantage BIBA 305-320
  James A. Birrell; Patrick N. White

BIT 1982 Volume 1 Issue 4

Editorial BIB 321
  Tom Stewart
A Rose by Any Other Alphanumeric Designator Would Smell as Sweet BIB 323-325
  J. Thomas; M. Schneider
Learning, Using and Designing Filenames and Command Paradigms BIBA 327-346
  John M. Carroll
Learning and Remembering Interactive Commands in a Text-Editing Task BIBA 347-358
  P. J. Barnard; N. V. Hammond; A. MacLean; J. Morton
An Experimental Evaluation of Abbreviation Schemes in Limited Lexicons BIBA 359-369
  K. Hirsh-Pasek; S. Nudelman; M. L. Schneider
Evaluating the Suggestiveness of Command Names BIBA 371-400
  Jarrett K. Rosenberg
Generation Effect, Structuring and Computer Commands BIBA 401-410
  Dominique L. Scapin

Conference Report

Human Factors in Computing Systems, Gaithersburg, Maryland 15-17 March 1982 BIB 411-419
  David Whitfield

Book Review

"Man-Machine Dialogue Design," by A. L. Kidd BIB 421
  Stephen Payne