Volume 67, Number 1, January 2009
- Faria Nassiri Mofakham, Mohammad Ali Nematbakhsh, Nasser Ghasem-Aghaee, Ahmad Baraani-Dastjerdi:
A heuristic personality-based bilateral multi-issue bargaining model in electronic commerce.
- Alexandre Alapetite, Henning Boje Andersen, Morten Hertzum:
Acceptance of speech recognition by physicians: A survey of expectations, experiences, and social influence.
- Tina Loraas, Michelle Chandler Diaz:
Learning new uses of technology: Situational goal orientation matters.
- Carol A. Thornson, Brian F. Goldiez, Huy Le:
Predicting presence: Constructing the Tendency toward Presence Inventory.
- Paul van Schaik, Jonathan Ling:
The role of context in perceptions of the aesthetics of web pages over time.
- Steven R. Haynes, Mark A. Cohen, Frank E. Ritter:
Designs for explaining intelligent agents.
- Frederick G. Conrad, Benjamin B. Bederson, Brian Lewis, Emilia Peytcheva, Michael Traugott, Michael J. Hanmer, Paul S. Herrnson, Richard G. Niemi:
Electronic voting eliminates hanging chads but introduces new usability challenges.
Volume 67, Number 2, February 2009
- Linda Little, Elizabeth Sillence, Abigail Sellen, Alex S. Taylor:
The family and communication technologies.
- Kimberly Tee, A. J. Bernheim Brush, Kori M. Inkpen:
Exploring communication and sharing between extended families.
- Vassilis-Javed Khan, Panos Markopoulos:
Busy families' awareness needs.
- Siân E. Lindley, Richard Banks, Richard H. R. Harper, Anab Jain, Tim Regan, Abigail Sellen, Alex S. Taylor:
Resilience in the face of innovation: Household trials with BubbleBoard.
- Frank Vetere, Hilary Davis, Martin R. Gibbs, Steve Howard:
The Magic Box and Collage: Responding to the challenge of distributed intergenerational play.
- Yi-Fan Chen, James E. Katz:
Extending family to school life: College students' use of the mobile phone.
- Svetlana Yarosh, Yee Chieh "Denise" Chew, Gregory D. Abowd:
Supporting parent-child communication in divorced families.
- Patrick Olivier, Jayne Wallace:
Digital technologies and the emotional family.
- John V. H. Bonner:
Adding critical sensibilities to domestic communication technologies.
Volume 67, Number 3, March 2009
- Doug A. Bowman, Bernd Fröhlich, Yoshifumi Kitamura, Wolfgang Stürzlinger:
Current trends in 3D user interface research.
- Martin Hachet, Fabrice Decle, Sebastian Knödel, Pascal Guitton:
Navidget for 3D interaction: Camera positioning and further uses.
- Lode Vanacken, Tovi Grossman, Karin Coninx:
Multimodal selection techniques for dense and occluded 3D virtual environments.
- Andreas Pusch, Olivier Martin, Sabine Coquillart:
HEMP - hand-displacement-based pseudo-haptics: A study of a force field application and a behavioural analysis.
- Ehud Sharlin, Benjamin Watson, Steve Sutphen, Lili Liu, Robert Lederer, John Frazer:
A tangible user interface for assessing cognitive mapping ability.
Volume 67, Number 4, April 2009 Special Section:
Usability and e-science
- Alan F. Blackwell, Jennifer Ann Rode, Eleanor F. Toye:
How do we program the home? Gender, attention investment, and the psychology of programming at home.
- Anja S. Göritz, Stefan Stieger:
The impact of the field time on response, retention, and response completeness in list-based Web surveys.
- QianYing Wang, Tony Hsieh, Andreas Paepcke:
Piles across space: Breaking the real-estate barrier on small-display devices.
- Vera Hollink, Maarten van Someren, Bob J. Wielinga:
A semi-automatic usage-based method for improving hyperlink descriptions in menus.
- Chen Ling, Gavriel Salvendy:
Effect of evaluators' cognitive style on heuristic evaluation: Field dependent and field independent evaluators.
- Lian Loke, Toni Robertson:
Design representations of moving bodies for interactive, motion-sensing spaces.
Volume 67, Number 5, May 2009
- Rick van der Kleij, Jameela T. E. Lijkwan, Peter C. Rasker, Carsten K. W. De Dreu:
Effects of time pressure and communication environment on team processes and outcomes in dyadic planning.
- Paul Stockwell, Robert M. Colomb, Andrew E. Smith, Janet Wiles:
Use of an automatic content analysis tool: A technique for seeing both local and global scope.
- Jeni Paay, Leon Sterling, Frank Vetere, Steve Howard, Anne Boettcher:
Engineering the social: The role of shared artifacts.
- Y. Lin, W. J. Zhang, C. Wu, G. Yang, J. Dy:
A fuzzy logics clustering approach to computing human attention allocation using eyegaze movement cue.
- Chris Baber, Paul Smith, Mark Butler, James Cross, John Hunter:
Mobile technology for crime scene examination.
- Christopher A. Sanchez, Russell J. Branaghan:
The interaction of map resolution and spatial abilities on map learning.
Volume 67, Number 6, June 2009
Volume 67, Number 7, July 2009
- Pierre Salom, Rémi Mégret, Marc Donias, Yannick Berthoumieu:
Dynamic picking system for 3D seismic data: Design and evaluation.
- André J. Szameitat, Jan Rummel, Diana P. Szameitat, Annette Sterr:
Behavioral and emotional consequences of brief delays in human-computer interaction.
- Henriette C. van Vugt, Elly A. Konijn, Johan F. Hoorn, Jolanda Veldhuis:
When too heavy is just fine: Creating trustworthy e-health advisors.
- Rodrigo Werlinger, Kirstie Hawkey, David Botta, Konstantin Beznosov:
Security practitioners in context: Their activities and interactions with other stakeholders within organizations.
Volume 67, Number 8, August 2009
- Guillaume Chanel, Joep J. M. Kierkels, Mohammad Soleymani, Thierry Pun:
Short-term emotion assessment in a recall paradigm.
- Eun-Ju Lee:
I like you, but I won't listen to you: Effects of rationality on affective and behavioral responses to computers that flatter.
- Simone Stumpf, Vidya Rajaram, Lida Li, Weng-Keen Wong, Margaret M. Burnett, Thomas G. Dietterich, Erin Sullivan, Jonathan L. Herlocker:
Interacting meaningfully with machine learning systems: Three experiments.
- Zhengxuan Zhao, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Ting Zhang, Gavriel Salvendy:
Visual search-based design and evaluation of screen magnifiers for older and visually impaired users.
Volume 67, Number 9, September 2009
- Kimberly Tee, Saul Greenberg, Carl Gutwin:
Artifact awareness through screen sharing for distributed groups.
- Alexandre N. Tuch, Javier A. Bargas-Avila, Klaus Opwis, Frank H. Wilhelm:
Visual complexity of websites: Effects on users' experience, physiology, performance, and memory.
- Olena Medelyan, David N. Milne, Catherine Legg, Ian H. Witten:
Mining meaning from Wikipedia.
- Russell Beale, Chris Creed:
Affective interaction: How emotional agents affect users.
- Charles A. P. Smith, Benjamin A. Clegg, Eric D. Heggestad, Pamela J. Hopp-Levine:
Interruption management: A comparison of auditory and tactile cues for both alerting and orienting.
- Heikki Särkelä, Jari Takatalo, Patrick J. C. May, Mikko Laakso, Göte Nyman:
The movement patterns and the experiential components of virtual environments.
- Catherine Stevens, Emery Schubert, Rua Haszard Morris, Matt Frear, Johnson Chen, Sue Healey, Colin Schoknecht, Stephen Hansen:
Cognition and the temporal arts: Investigating audience response to dance using PDAs that record continuous data during live performance.
- Martijn H. Vastenburg, David V. Keyson, Huib de Ridder:
Considerate home notification systems: A user study of acceptability of notifications in a living-room laboratory.
Volume 67, Number 10, October 2009
- John Williamson, Roderick Murray-Smith, Benjamin Blankertz, Matthias Krauledat, Klaus-Robert Müller:
Designing for uncertain, asymmetric control: Interaction design for brain-computer interfaces.
- Victoria Groom, Clifford Nass, Tina Chen, Alexia Nielsen, James K. Scarborough, Erica Robles:
Evaluating the effects of behavioral realism in embodied agents.
- Dianne Cyr, Milena M. Head, Alex Ivanov:
Perceived interactivity leading to e-loyalty: Development of a model for cognitive-affective user responses.
- Lisa M. Vizer, Lina Zhou, Andrew Sears:
Automated stress detection using keystroke and linguistic features: An exploratory study.
- Michiel Hildebrand, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Lynda Hardman, Geertje Jacobs:
Supporting subject matter annotation using heterogeneous thesauri: A user study in Web data reuse.
Volume 67, Number 11, November 2009
- Davide Rocchesso, Stefania Serafin:
Sonic Interaction Design.
- Christopher Frauenberger, Tony Stockman:
Auditory display design - An investigation of a design pattern approach.
- Sandra Pauletto, Andy Hunt:
Interactive sonification of complex data.
- John Thompson, JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, Marcos Novak, Dan Overholt, Lance Putnam, Graham Wakefield, Wesley Smith:
The Allobrain: An interactive, stereographic, 3D audio, immersive virtual world.
- Yon Visell, Federico Fontana, Bruno L. Giordano, Rolf Nordahl, Stefania Serafin, Roberto Bresin:
Sound design and perception in walking interactions.
- Dan Stowell, A. Robertson, Nick Bryan-Kinns, Mark D. Plumbley:
Evaluation of live human-computer music-making: Quantitative and qualitative approaches.
- Guillaume Lemaitre, Olivier Houix, Yon Visell, Karmen Franinovic, Nicolas Misdariis, Patrick Susini:
Toward the design and evaluation of continuous sound in tangible interfaces: The Spinotron.
Volume 67, Number 12, December 2009
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- Siân E. Lindley, Abigail Durrant, David S. Kirk, Alex S. Taylor:
Collocated social practices surrounding photos.
- Abigail Durrant, David Frohlich, Abigail Sellen, Evanthia Lyons:
Home curation versus teenage photography: Photo displays in the family home.
- Rowanne Fleck, Geraldine Fitzpatrick:
Teachers' and tutors' social reflection around SenseCam images.
- Nick Taylor, Keith Cheverst:
Social interaction around a rural community photo display.
- Nirmal J. Patel, James Clawson, Amy Voida, Kent Lyons:
Mobiphos: A study of user engagement with a mobile collocated-synchronous photo sharing application.
- Christian Kray, Michael Rohs, Jonathan Hook, Sven G. Kratz:
Bridging the gap between the Kodak and the Flickr generations: A novel interaction technique for collocated photo sharing.
- Nancy A. Van House:
Collocated photo sharing, story-telling, and the performance of self.
- Michael Nunes, Saul Greenberg, Carman Neustaedter:
Using physical memorabilia as opportunities to move into collocated digital photo-sharing.