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Behaviour and Information Technology 16

Editors:Tom Stewart
Publisher:Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Standard No:ISSN 0144-929X
Links:Table of Contents
  1. BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 1
  2. BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 2
  3. BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 3
  4. BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 4/5
  5. BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 6

BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 1

Editorial BIB 1-2
  Tom Stewart
An Interview Study of 'Continuous' Implementations of Information Technology BIBA 3-16
  Cristian Korunka; Andreas Weiss; Sabine Zauchner
The Evaluation of an Information System for Intensive Care BIBA 17-24
  Judith Ramsay; Hans-Joachim Popp; Bernhard Thull; Gunter Rau
Style Guides and Their Application: The Case of Microsoft 'Windows' and a Remote Tutoring Environment BIBA 25-42
  Martin Colbert
Evaluating and Improving the Usability of a User Manual BIBA 43-57
  Carl Martin Allwood; Tomas Kalen

BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 2

Editorial BIB 59-60
  Tom Stewart

Information Presentation -- It's Not What You Show It's the Way That You Show It

Graphing Small Data Sets: Should We Bother? BIBA 61-71
  C. Melody Carswell; Catherine Ramzy
Reading Music from Screens vs Paper BIBA 72-78
  Richard Picking

Computers in Cars -- Why Don't You Talk to Me?

Spoken Help for a Car Stereo: An Exploratory Study BIBA 79-87
  Govert de Vries; Graham I. Johnson
In-Vehicle Intelligent Information Technologies as Safety Benefit Systems: Consideration of Philosophy and Function BIBA 88-97
  Nicholas J. Ward; Steve Hirst

An Empirical Study of Interface Designers

Trade-Off Decision Making in User Interface Design BIBA 98-109
  S. Howard

Computing and Culture

Determinants of User Participation: A Finnish Survey BIBA 111-121
  Juhani Iivari; Magid Igbaria

BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 3

Editorial BIB 123-124
  Tom Stewart

Three Surveys and a Framework

Public Attitudes Toward Voice-Based Electronic Messaging Technologies in the United States: A National Survey of Opinions about Voice Response Units and Telephone Answering Machines BIBA 125-144
  James Katz; Philip Aspden; Warren A. Reich
An Analysis of the Use of Natural Language Processing Systems in Business BIBA 145-157
  J. Sidhu; C. J. Hinde
Empirical Assessment of Individuals' 'Personal Information Management Systems' BIBA 158-160
  Stephen R. Jones; Peter J. Thomas
A Design-Oriented Framework for Modelling the Planning and Control of Multiple Task Work in Secretarial Office Administration BIBA 161-183
  Wally Smith; Becky Hill; John Long; Andy Whitefield

BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 4/5

Usability Evaluation Methods

Guest Editorial BIB 185-187
  Dominique L. Scapin; Tomas Berns
Tracking the Effectiveness of Usability Evaluation Methods BIBA 188-202
  Bonnie E. John; Steven J. Marks
A Planning Aid for Human Factors Evaluation Practice BIBA 203-219
  Ian Denley; John Long
Ergonomic Criteria for Evaluating the Ergonomic Quality of Interactive Systems BIBA 220-231
  Dominique L. Scapin; J. M. Christian Bastien
Software Evaluation Using the 9241 Evaluator BIBA 232-245
  Reinhard Oppermann; Harald Reiterer
Comparison of Evaluation Methods Using Structured Usability Problem Reports BIBA 246-266
  Darryn Lavery; Gilbert Cockton; Malcolm P. Atklnson
A Proposed Index of Usability: A Method for Comparing the Relative Usability of Different Software Systems BIBA 267-278
  Han X. Lin; Yee-Yin Choong; Gavriel Salvendy
The MUSiC Performance Measurement Method BIBA 279-293
  Miles Macleod; Rosemary Bowden; Nigel Bevan; Ian Curson

BIT 1997 Volume 16 Issue 6

Editorial BIB 295-296
  Tom Stewart

Design and Evaluation of User Interface Software

The Role of Working Memory on Graphical Information Processing BIBA 297-308
  Gerald L. Lohse
Age Differences in Reactions to Errors in Computer-Based Work BIBA 309-319
  Kamaljit S. Birdi; Dieter Zapf
Responses to Comprehension Questions and Verbal Protocols as Measures of Computer Program Comprehension Processes BIBA 320-336
  Teresa M. Shaft

Design and Evaluation of User Interface Hardware

The Importance of the Number of Degrees of Freedom for Rotation of Objects BIBA 337-347
  J. P. Djajadiningrat; C. J. Overbeeke; G. J. F. Smets
Applying the AHP Approach to Evaluate Human Sensitivity to Chromatic Light BIBA 348-358
  Mao-Jiun J. Wang; Ying-Jye Lee

Short Papers

Software Development: Some Critical Views BIBA 359-362
  Chris W. Clegg; Patrick E. Waterson; Carolyn M. Axtell
Boosting Trainees' Expectations of Success Through Knowledge of Performance Norms BIBA 363-364
  Karen T. Hilling; Andrew J. Tattersall