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In-service and prospective teachers’ conceptions of creativity
Surviving task interruptions: Investigating the implications of long-term working memory theory
Chess players' intake of task-relevant cues
- P. Saariluoma
- PsychologyMemory & cognition
- 1 September 1985
The result suggests that the information intake of chess players, in its lowest levels, is not dependent on the learned patterns, and the role of the patterns becomes important in defining the information to be looked for, but the patterns are not important in the early-stage perceptual structuring of a position.
Defining user experience goals to guide the design of industrial systems
Five different approaches to acquiring insight and inspiration for UX goal setting are proposed: Brand, Theory, Empathy, Technology, and Vision, supporting the multidisciplinary character of UX.
Long-term working memory and interrupting messages in human – computer interaction
Drawing from a theory of long-term working memory it is argued that interrupting messages can both disrupt the active semantic elaboration of content during encoding and cause semantic interference upon retrieval.
Emotional Dimensions of User Experience: A User Psychological Analysis
A bipolar competence–frustration model is proposed, which can be used to understand the emotional aspects of user experience, and three studies, two laboratory experiments, and one field study are used to investigate the basic emotions and the emotional mind involved in user experience.
Autonomous Systems: Issues for Defence Policymakers
This work states that autonomous systems, in their current state, lack the robustness and flexibility of human intelligence and are not appropriate for many tasks, so human-machine teaming to combine the best of each will result in the most capable future force.
Chess players' recall of auditorily presented chess positions
- P. Saariluoma
- 1 December 1989
Abstract Chess players' recall of auditorily presented chess positions were studied in three experiments. The results of the first two experiments showed that the skilled chess players are better at…
User Psychology: Re-assessing the Boundaries of a Discipline
Currently, efforts of psychologists to improve interactive technology have fragmented and the systemization of scientific knowledge stalled. There is no home for integrative psychological research on…