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Human-Computer Interaction 1

Editors:Thomas P. Moran
Publisher:Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Standard No:ISSN 0737-0024
Links:Table of Contents
  1. HCI 1985 Volume 1 Issue 1
  2. HCI 1985 Volume 1 Issue 2
  3. HCI 1985 Volume 1 Issue 3
  4. HCI 1985 Volume 1 Issue 4

HCI 1985 Volume 1 Issue 1


A Principled Design for an Integrated Computational Environment BIBA 1-47
  Andrea A. diSessa
Systems with Human Monitors: A Signal Detection Analysis BIBA 49-75
  Robert D. Sorkin; David D. Woods
Affect in Computer-Mediated Communication: An Experiment in Synchronous Terminal-to-Terminal Discussion BIBA 77-104
  Sara Kiesler; David Zubrow; Anne Marie Moses; Valerie Geller

HCI 1985 Volume 1 Issue 2


Introduction to this Special Issue on Novice Programming BIB 105-106
  Elliot Soloway


Novice LISP Errors: Undetected Losses of Information from Working Memory BIBA 107-131
  John R. Anderson; Robin Jeffries
Preprogramming Knowledge: A Major Source of Misconceptions in Novice Programmers BIBA 133-161
  Jeffrey Bonar; Elliot Soloway
A Goal/Plan Analysis of Buggy Pascal Programs BIBA 163-207
  James C. Spohrer; Elliot Soloway; Edgar Pope

HCI 1985 Volume 1 Issue 3


The Prospects for Psychological Science in Human-Computer Interaction BIBA 209-242
  Allen Newell; Stuart K. Card
An Application of the Birmingham Discourse Analysis System to the Study of Computer Guidance Interactions BIBA 243-282
  Michael J. Coombs; James L. Alty
Exploring Exploring a Word Processor BIBA 283-307
  John M. Carroll; Robert L. Mack; Clayton H. Lewis; Nancy L. Grischkowsky; Scott R. Anderson

HCI 1985 Volume 1 Issue 4


Introduction to this Special Issue on New Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction BIB 309-310
  Thomas P. Moran


Direct Manipulation Interfaces BIBA 311-338
  Edwin L. Hutchins; James D. Hollan; Donald A. Norman
Knowledge-Based User Interface Design BIBA 339-357
  William Mark
Issues in Cognitive and Social Ergonomics: From Our House to Bauhaus BIBA 359-391
  John Seely Brown; Susan E. Newman