After-effects of human-computer interaction indicated by P300 of the event-related brain potential.

@article{Trimmel1998AftereffectsOH,
  title={After-effects of human-computer interaction indicated by P300 of the event-related brain potential.},
  author={Michael Trimmel and Roman Huber},
  journal={Ergonomics},
  year={1998},
  volume={41 5},
  pages={649-55}
}
After-effects of human-computer interaction (HCI) were investigated by using the P300 component of the event-related brain potential (ERP). Forty-nine subjects (naive non-users, beginners, experienced users, programmers) completed three paper/pencil tasks (text editing, solving intelligence test items, filling out a questionnaire on sensation seeking) and three HCI tasks (text editing, executing a tutor program or programming, playing Tetris). The sequence of 7-min tasks was randomized between… CONTINUE READING