By Alex Kirlik
In lifestyle, and especially within the sleek office, details expertise and automation more and more mediate, increase, and infrequently even intervene with how people have interaction with their atmosphere. how one can comprehend and aid cognition in human-technology interplay is either a essentially and socially correct challenge. The chapters during this quantity body this challenge in adaptive phrases: How are habit and cognition tailored, or maybe ill-adapted, to the calls for and possibilities of an atmosphere the place interplay is mediated by means of instruments and know-how? The authors draw seriously at the paintings of Egon Brunswik, a pioneer in ecological and cognitive psychology, in addition to on smooth refinements and extensions of Brunswikian principles, together with Hammond's Social Judgment conception, Gigerenzer's Ecological Rationality and Anderson's Rational research. encouraged by way of Brunswik's view of cognition as "coming to phrases" with the "casual texture" of the exterior international, the chapters during this quantity supply quantitative and computational versions and measures for learning how humans come to phrases with an more and more technological ecology, and supply insights for aiding cognition and function via layout, education, and different interventions. The tools, versions, and measures offered during this booklet offer well timed and critical assets for addressing difficulties within the swiftly turning out to be box of human-technology interplay. The e-book can be of curiosity to researchers, scholars, and practitioners in human components, cognitive engineering, human-computer interplay, judgment and determination making, and cognitive science.
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Adaptive perspectives on human-technology interaction : methods and models for cognitive engineering and human-computer interaction by Alex Kirlik