Gould, S; Brumby, D; Cox, A; González, V; Salvucci, D; Taatgen, N; (2012) Multitasking and interruptions: A SIG on bridging the gap between research on the micro and macro worlds. In: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. (pp. 1189 - 1192).
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Within the CHI community there has been sustained interest in interruptions and multitasking behaviour. Research in the area falls into two broad categories: the micro world of perception and cognition; and the macro world of organisations, systems and long-term planning. Although both kinds of research have generated insights into behaviour, the data generated by the two kinds of research have been effectively incommensurable. Designing safer and more efficient interactions in interrupted and multitasking environments requires that researchers in the area attempt to bridge the gap between these worlds. This SIG aims to stimulate discussion of the tools and methods we need as a community in order to further our understanding of interruptions and multitasking. © 2012 Authors.
|Title:||Multitasking and interruptions: A SIG on bridging the gap between research on the micro and macro worlds|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Brain Sciences > Psychology and Language Sciences (Division of) > UCL Interaction Centre|
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