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Introduction

  • Gerrit C. van der Veer
  • Gijsbertus Mulder
Conference paper

Abstract

Human-computer interaction is becoming an increasingly important area of research and a field of application of experimental psychology. In 1985 the Dutch Psychonomic Society approached several experminental psychologists whose work was either directly or indirectly relevant to human-computer interaction. These scientists were asked to discuss both the theoretical basis of their work and the practical implications for the interaction between man and machine. The present book is an elaboration of presentations given at the Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Amsterdam in December 1985, supplemented by some other Dutch contributions in this field.

Keywords

Expert System Modulation Transfer Function Speaker Verification Visual Fatigue Visual Comfort 
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References

  1. Hampton J.A. (1987). Principles from the psychology of language. In: Applying Cognitive Psychology to User Interface Design. M.M. Gardiner and B. Christie (Eds.), John Wiley: New York.Google Scholar
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1988

Authors and Affiliations

  • Gerrit C. van der Veer
  • Gijsbertus Mulder

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