Janssen, CP; Young, RM; Ament, MGA; Back, J; Brumby, DP; Cox, AL; Grace, J; (2010) Cognitive modelling at the UCL Interaction Centre. In: : Proceedings of the European ACT-R Workshop 2010.
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The UCL Interaction Centre is an interdisciplinary research group with roots in the Psychology and Computer Science Departments of UCL. Research focuses on the cognitive, affective, social and physical aspects of human-computer interaction, including such topics as: sensemaking, information work and digital libraries; design practice; collaborative learning; experiences of novel interaction; and affect, emotion, and subjective experience. In this presentation we will focus on the work of a subset of the researchers, who use and/or develop cognitive models to understand human-computer interaction. This work roughly focuses around three themes: human errors, visual search and strategic adaptation in multitask settings.
|Title:||Cognitive modelling at the UCL Interaction Centre|
|Dates:||2010-04-16 - 2010-04-17|
|Keywords:||information search, skill acquisition, choice and strategy selection, use and design of artifacts, driving and flying behavior, multi-tasking, multitasking, cognitive modeling, cognitive modelling|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Brain Sciences > Psychology and Language Sciences (Division of) > UCL Interaction Centre|
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science
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