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Proceedings of the 2012 Annual European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics

Fullname:Proceedings of the 30th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics
Editors:Phil Turner; Susan Turner
Location:Edinburgh, Scotland
Dates:2012-Aug-28 to 2012-Aug-31
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-4503-1786-3; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: ECCE12
Links:Conference Website
  1. Decision support
  2. I like driving in my car
  3. Work
  4. Cognition I
  5. Six, slick shorts
  6. Design
  7. Even more cognition
  8. The final session
  9. Posters
  10. Doctoral papers

Decision support

Towards value-focused decision support systems BIBAFull-Text 1-7
  Alina Pommeranz; Pascal Wiggers; Catholijn M. Jonker
Rethinking collaborative decision making across distributed work communities in complex work settings BIBAFull-Text 8-14
  Nallini Selvaraj; Bob Fields
Toward a situated cognition approach to design: effect of emotional context on designers' ideas BIBAFull-Text 15-21
  Nathalie Bonnardel; Laurence Moscardini

I like driving in my car

Using an electric car: a situated, instrumented and emotional activity BIBAFull-Text 22-28
  Béatrice Cahour; Claudine Nguyen; Jean-François Forzy; Christian Licoppe
Conceptual and methodological tools for analyzing situations of vulnerability on the road: examples from a motorcycle riding study BIBAFull-Text 29-36
  Samuel Aupetit; Jacques Riff; Virginie Gallier; Stéphane Espié
Enhancing the user experience of the crane operator: comparing work demands in two operational settings BIBAFull-Text 37-44
  Hannu Karvonen; Hanna Koskinen; Jaakko Haggrén


Human operator trust in autonomic functionalities BIBAFull-Text 45-51
  Marja Liinasuo; Hannu Karvonen; Iina Aaltonen; Beatriz Fuentes; Alfonso Castro
Understanding maintenance activities in a macrocognitive work system BIBAFull-Text 52-57
  L. Macchi; P. Oedewald; M. H. Rø Eitrheim; C. Axelsson
Functional situation models in analyses of operating practices in complex work BIBAFull-Text 58-64
  Paula Savioja; Leena Norros; Leena Salo
The ironies of automation: still going strong at 30? BIBAFull-Text 65-71
  Gordon Baxter; John Rooksby; Yuanzhi Wang; Ali Khajeh-Hosseini

Cognition I

Bridging the analytical gap between distributed cognition and actor network theory using a tool for information trajectory analysis BIBAFull-Text 72-77
  Stuart Moran; Keiichi Nakata; Satoru Inoue
Poetry in motion: appropriation of the world of apps BIBAFull-Text 78-84
  Susanne Bødker; Ellen Christiansen
Outlining epistemic interaction BIBAFull-Text 85-91
  Phil Turner

Six, slick shorts

Keep your heads down!: ignored features of driver assistance systems can influence drivers' responses BIBAFull-Text 92-95
  Birte Moeller; Christian Frings
Cognitive resilience: can we use Twitter to make strategies more tangible? BIBAFull-Text 96-99
  Dominic Furniss; Jonathan Back; Ann Blandford
Hypercube algebra: a diagrammatic and sentential notation to support inferences in logic BIBAFull-Text 100-104
  Thierry Morineau
Some effects of increasing external constraint rules on design performance in a timetabling task BIBAFull-Text 104-107
  Victoria Smy; John Patrick
A distributed cognition model for analysing interruption resumption during infusion administration BIBAFull-Text 108-111
  Atish Rajkomar; Ann Blandford
Visualising zones of collaboration in online collective activity: a case study in Wikipedia BIBAFull-Text 112-115
  Dominique Fréard; Flore Barcellini; Françoise Détienne; Matthieu Quignard; Michael Baker; Alexandre Denis


A study on the mediation of students' activities by digital material BIBAFull-Text 116-123
  Anke Dittmar; Romy Dumke
Exploration of facilitation, materials and group composition in participatory design sessions BIBAFull-Text 124-130
  Alina Pommeranz; Ulas Ulgen; Catholijn M. Jonker
Soundscapes and repertory grids: comparing listeners' and a designer's experiences BIBAFull-Text 131-137
  Iain McGregor; Phil Turner

Even more cognition

Studying interaction with documentation: methodological lessons learned in two semi-naturalistic designs BIBAFull-Text 138-143
  Brigit van Loggem
Patient-oriented support roles of self-management systems BIBAFull-Text 144-147
  Martin Laverman; Paul van der Boog; Yvonne Jansen; Bertie J. H. M. Schonk; Laurence Alpay; Mark A. Neerincx
Feedback to renal transplant patients in a self-management support system BIBAFull-Text 148-150
  Wenxin Wang; Willem-Paul Brinkman; Ton J. M. Rövekamp; Paul van der Boog; Laurence Alpay; Mark A. Neerincx

The final session

Real-time task recognition based on knowledge workers' computer activities BIBAFull-Text 152-159
  Saskia Koldijk; Mark van Staalduinen; Mark Neerincx; Wessel Kraaij
Reducing user linguistic variability in speech interaction through lexical and syntactic priming BIBAFull-Text 160-167
  Dominique Knutsen; Philippe Bretier; Christine Ros; Margot Poletti; Manuel Gimenes; François Rigalleau; Ludovic Le Bigot
A situated cognition aware approach to the design of information retrieval systems for geospatial data BIBAFull-Text 168-172
  Paul Craig; Néna Roa-Seiler; Grégory Leplâtre


The elicitation of common cognitive referents to leverage organizational change BIBAFull-Text 173-176
  Tiziana C. Callari; Alessandra Re
Cognitive failure at work: factorial structure of a new questionnaire BIBAFull-Text 177-180
  Virpi Kalakoski; Henriikka Ratilainen; Jani Lukander; Simo Salminen
"Ten things i want to know about you": unveiling friends' attribute relevance BIBAFull-Text 181-184
  João Guerreiro; Daniel Gonçalves
e-learning in a distance learning curriculum: a workplace approach BIBAFull-Text 185-188
  Laura Benvenuti; Els Rogier; Gerrit C. van der Veer
Comparing four technologies for measuring postural micromovements during monitor engagement BIBAFull-Text 189-192
  Harry J. Witchel; Carina Westling; Aoife Healy; Nachiappan Chockalingam; Rob Needham

Doctoral papers

How does the representation of the computer evolve during human-computer dialogue? BIBAFull-Text D1-D4
  Dominique Knutsen
Improving effectiveness and well-being in knowledge work through cognitive ergonomics BIBAFull-Text D5-D8
  Jani Lukander; Virpi Kalakoski; Minna Huotilainen
Assembling a synthetic emotion mediator for quick decision making during acute stress BIBAFull-Text D9-D12
  Iris Cohen; Willem-Paul Brinkman; Mark A. Neerincx
Representations of complex financial systems BIBAFull-Text D13-D14
  Evelien Kok; Gerrit van der Veer
Designing and evaluating a self-management support system for renal transplant patients: the first step BIBAFull-Text D15-D19
  Wenxin Wang; Ton J. M. Rövekamp; Willem-Paul Brinkman; Laurence Alpay; Paul van der Boog; Mark A. Neerincx
Automatic recognition of context and stress to support knowledge workers BIBAFull-Text D20-D23
  Saskia Koldijk