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Behaviour and Information Technology 2

Editors:Tom Stewart
Dates:1983
Volume:2
Publisher:Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Standard No:ISSN 0144-929X
Papers:29
Links:Table of Contents
  1. BIT 1983 Volume 2 Issue 1
  2. BIT 1983 Volume 2 Issue 2
  3. BIT 1983 Volume 2 Issue 3
  4. BIT 1983 Volume 2 Issue 4

BIT 1983 Volume 2 Issue 1

Editorial BIB 1-2
  Tom Stewart
User-Friendly Computer Systems? A Critical Examination of the Concept BIBA 3-16
  G. C. Stevens
Secretarial Attitudes Towards Word Processors as a Function of Familiarity and Locus of Control BIBA 17-22
  Stephan Arndt; Joan Feltes; Joyce Hanak
Friendly Interfacing to Simple Speech Recognizers BIBA 23-38
  T. R. G. Green; S. J. Payne; D. L. Morrison; A. Shaw
Introducing the Interactive Computer at Work: The Users' Views BIBA 39-106
  J. Long; N. Hammond; P. Barnard; J. Morton; I. Clark

Technical Note

The QMC Message System BIB 107-109
  George F. Coulouris

BIT 1983 Volume 2 Issue 2

Editorial BIB 111-112
  Tom Stewart
Human Factoring a Text Editor Manual BIBA 113-125
  Marc A. Sullivan; Alphonse Chapanis
Guidelines for 'Manipulative' Text Editing BIBA 127-161
  Harold Thimbleby
A Comparison of Command, Menu-Selection and Natural-Language Computer Programs BIBA 163-178
  Alexander G. Hauptmann; Bert F. Green
Communication Control and Leadership in Telecommunications by Small Groups BIBA 179-196
  Peter D. Pagerey; Alphonse Chapanis
Attitudes Towards Specific Uses of the Computer: Quantitative, Decisionmaking and Record-Keeping Applications BIBA 197-209
  Kenneth W. Kerber

Book Review

"Dichotomies of the Mind: A Systems Science View of the Mind and Personality," by Walter Lowen, with the assistance of Lawrence Miike BIB 211-212
  John Benjafield

BIT 1983 Volume 2 Issue 3

Editorial BIB 213
  Tom Stewart
Typing Our Way to Freedom: Is it True that New Office Technology Can Liberate Women? BIB 215-226
  Janine Morgall
Proof-Reading Texts on Screen and Paper BIBA 227-235
  P. Wright; A. Lickorish
The Effect of System Response Delay and Delay Variability on Inexperienced Videotex Users BIBA 237-251
  Robert P. Murray; David S. Abrahamson
Designing for the Day After Tomorrow: I. The Interaction Between Communications Systems Design and Social Change BIBA 253-261
  K. P. Szlichcinski
Review and Reappraisal of Human Aspects in Planning Robotic Systems BIBA 263-287
  Gavriel Salvendy

Comment

The Dangers of Fifth-Generation Ballyhoo BIB 289-295
  Malcolm Peltu

BIT 1983 Volume 2 Issue 4

Editorial BIB 297
  Tom Stewart

Introduction

Human Factors in Teleinformatics BIB 299-300
  Ken Eason
International Studies of Human Factors in Teleinformatics BIBA 301-311
  Willy Jensen; Ken Eason
On the Implications of User Variability in Open Systems: An Overview of the Little We Know and of the Lot We Have to Find Out BIBA 313-326
  Bert Van Muylwijk; Gerrit Van Der Veer; Yvonne Wærn
Data Communication -- Some Interorganizational Aspects BIBA 327-333
  Jostein Fjalestad
Human Factors in and Requirements of the OSI Environment BIBA 335-344
  Timothy Wheeler; Peter Innocent
Human-Factors Standards: The Design of Conceptual Language Interfaces to Open Computer Network Application and Management Systems BIBA 345-356
  Gisle Hannemyr
Methodological Issues in the Study of Human Factors in Teleinformatic Systems BIBA 357-364
  Ken Eason

Book Review

"Language as a Cognitive Process. Volume 1: Syntax," by Terry Winograd BIB 365-366
  Stephen Payne