Adaptively distributing cognition: a decision-making perspective on human - computer interaction

Abstract

Two important phenomena in human ± computer interaction (HCI) are considered: the reliance on external information rather than memory, and the interleaving of planning and action. These phenomena are important, it is argued, because they challenge some particular cognitive models. However, we reject those views, in ̄uential in the HCI literature, that… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/01449290110078680

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