Series: Human Technology Interaction Series

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Adaptive Perspectives on Human-Technology Interaction: Methods and Models for Cognitive Engineering and Human-Computer I by Alex Kirlik
Attention: From Theory to Practice (Series in Human-Technology Interaction) by Arthur F. Kramer
Computers, Phones, and the Internet: Domesticating Information Technology (Oxford Series in Human-Technology Interaction by Robert Kraut
Cross-Cultural Technology Design: Creating Culture-Sensitive Technology for Local Users by Huatong Sun
Exposing the Magic of Design: A Practitioner's Guide to the Methods and Theory of Synthesis (Human Technology Interaction Series) by Jon Kolko
Human-tech : ethical and scientific foundations by Kim J. Vicente
Information Foraging Theory: Adaptive Interaction with Information (Oxford Series in Human-Technology Interaction) by Peter L. T. Pirolli
Neuroergonomics: The Brain at Work (Oxford Series in Human-Technology Interaction) by Raja Parasuraman
Taming Information Technology: Lessons from Studies of System Administrators (Human Technology Interaction) by Eser Kandogan

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Series description

The Oxford Series in Human-Technology Interaction publishes the leading science and scholarship on the relation between people and technologies of all forms. Series topics include cognitive science and engineering, neuroscience and neuroergonomics, human factors and human-computer interaction, social and cultural studies of the impact of information technology and automation, affective relations between humans and technology, anthropology, philosophy of technology, and other cutting-edge research at the union or intersection of humans and tools, technology and automation. The books published in this series serve as essential reference works for students and professionals in the rapidly emerging area of human-technology interaction.



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