Standardized task strain and system response times in human-computer interaction.

@article{Thum1995StandardizedTS,
  title={Standardized task strain and system response times in human-computer interaction.},
  author={Marcel Thum and Wolfram Boucsein and W Kuhmann and William J. Ray},
  journal={Ergonomics},
  year={1995},
  volume={38 7},
  pages={1342-51}
}
Involuntary delays in human-computer interaction, for example, system response times (SRTs) can increase stress. In the present study, 40 college-age subjects were randomly divided into an 'incentive' and a 'non-incentive' group'. Subjects performed a computer task with SRTs of 0.5, 1.5, and 4.5s. Physiological, subjective, and performance data were collected during the task. The computer task was designed to individually set difficulty level (i.e., mental strain), thus standardizing the task… CONTINUE READING

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