The psychology of human-computer interaction

@inproceedings{Card1983ThePO,
  title={The psychology of human-computer interaction},
  author={Stuart K. Card and Thomas P. Moran and Allen Newell},
  year={1983}
}
Contents: Preface. An Applied Information-Processing Psychology. Part I: Science Base. The Human Information-Processor. Part II: Text-Editing. System and User Variability. An Exercise in Task Analysis. The GOMS Model of Manuscript Editing. Extensions of the GOMS Analysis. Models of Devices for Text Selection. Part III: Engineering Models. The Keystroke-Level Model. The Unit-Task Level of Analysis. Part IV: Extensions and Generalizations. An Exploration into Circuit Design. Cognitive Skill… Expand
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