The 'hedonic' in human-computer interaction: history, contributions, and future research directions

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Over the recent years, the notion of a non-instrumental, hedonic quality of interactive products received growing interest. Based on a review of 151 publications, we summarize more than ten years research on the hedonic to provide an overview of definitions, assessment tools, antecedents, consequences, and correlates. We highlight a number of contributions… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2598510.2598549

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@inproceedings{Diefenbach2014TheI, title={The 'hedonic' in human-computer interaction: history, contributions, and future research directions}, author={Sarah Diefenbach and Nina Kolb and Marc Hassenzahl}, booktitle={Conference on Designing Interactive Systems}, year={2014} }