Volume 66, Number 1, January 2008
, David Mioduser
: Haptic-feedback support for cognitive mapping of unknown spaces by people who are blind.
Volume 66, Number 2, February 2008
Volume 66, Number 3, March 2008
Designing and evaluating driver support systems with the user in mind
J. K. Caird
, S. L. Chisholm
, J. Lockhart
: Do in-vehicle advanced signs enhance older and younger drivers' intersection performance Driving simulation and eye movement results.
, Paul Milgram
: An empirical investigation of a dynamic brake light concept for reduction of rear-end collisions through manipulation of optical looming.
, Clifford Nass
: Driver safety and information from afar: An experimental driving simulator study of wireless vs. in-car information services.
Volume 66, Number 4, April 2008
, Mikko Sams
: The effect of dynamics on identifying basic emotions from synthetic and natural faces.
: A multiscale progressive model on virtual navigation.
: Semi-public end-user content contributions - A case-study of concerns and intentions in online photo-sharing.
Volume 66, Number 5, May 2008
Volume 66, Number 6, June 2008
Neung Eun Kang
, Wan Chul Yoon
: Age- and experience-related user behavior differences in the use of complicated electronic devices.
Volume 66, Number 7, July 2008
Collaborative and social aspects of software development
: Empirical evaluation of distributed pair programming.
David G. Hendry
: Public participation in proprietary software development through user roles and discourse.
Volume 66, Number 8, August 2008
Volume 66, Number 9, September 2008
Volume 66, Number 10, October 2008
Volume 66, Number 11, November 2008
: Flattery may get computers somewhere, sometimes: The moderating role of output modality, computer gender, and user gender.
Volume 66, Number 12, December 2008
: Older people and mobile phones: A multi-method investigation.
, Tetsuro Kobayashi
: Kei-Tying teens: Using mobile phone e-mail to bond, bridge, and break with social ties - a study of Japanese adolescents.