Mental Models of Online Privacy: Structural Properties with Cognitive Maps

@inproceedings{Coopamootoo2014MentalMO,
  title={Mental Models of Online Privacy: Structural Properties with Cognitive Maps},
  author={Kovila P. L. Coopamootoo and Thomas Gro{\ss}},
  booktitle={BCS HCI},
  year={2014}
}
  • Kovila P. L. Coopamootoo, Thomas Groß
  • Published in BCS HCI 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Individuals usually build small-scale representation of reality to help them navigate their environment. Although mental models have been used in HCI before, they mostly occur as analogies and metaphor within the privacy and security research space. The meaning for users, the values associated and reasoning over online privacy have not been investigated before. In our research we explore and depict users' mental models of online privacy through the content, properties and structure of privacy… CONTINUE READING

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