Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Volume 1: Social, Ergonomic and Stress Aspects of Work with Computers
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Gavriel Salvendy, Steven L. Sauter, Joseph J. Hurrell Jr.
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Volume 1: Social, Ergonomic and Stress Aspects of Work with Computers
HCI v2, 1987.

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	address       = "Honolulu, Hawaii, USA",
	editor        = "Gavriel Salvendy and Steven L. Sauter and Joseph J. Hurrell Jr.",
	isbn          = "0-444-42847-X",
	publisher     = "{Elsevier}",
	title         = "{Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Volume 1: Social, Ergonomic and Stress Aspects of Work with Computers}",
	year          = 1987,

Contents (43 items)

HCI-SES-1987-AndersonJSA #empirical
Diffusion and Impact of Computer in Organizational Settings: Empirical Findings form a Hospital (JGA, SJJ, HMS, MMA), pp. 3–10.
Organizational Barriers to the Diffusion of Computer Technology (HPL, JWW), pp. 11–16.
HCI-SES-1987-KaplanD #implementation #information management
Job-Related Responses to a Clinical Laboratory Computer Information System Seven Months Post Implementation (BK, DD), pp. 17–24.
Computerization of Psychiatric Case Registers: Public Peril vs. Hazards to Confidentiality (MR), pp. 25–30.
HCI-SES-1987-SmithCM #monitoring
Electronic Monitoring and Job Stress (MJS, PC, KM), pp. 33–42.
HCI-SES-1987-Frese #concept #human-computer #interactive #performance
A Concept of Control: Implications for Stress and Performance in Human-Computer Interaction (MF), pp. 43–50.
HCI-SES-1987-SeppalaTK #case study #experience #industrial
Psychosocial Factors in the Introduction of Computerized Technology: Experiences from the Finnish Engineering Industry (PKS, ET, PK), pp. 51–58.
HCI-SES-1987-Cornell #performance
Job Performance and QWL in a Data Entry Task (PTC), pp. 59–66.
HCI-SES-1987-HartBCWM #simulation
Responses of Type A and Type B Individuals Performing a Supervisory Control Simulation (SGH, VB, MAC, MMW, MM), pp. 67–74.
HCI-SES-1987-Nowakowski #human-computer #personalisation #recognition
Personalized Recognition of Mental Workload in Human-Computer System (MN), pp. 75–82.
HCI-SES-1987-Knave #health #question
VDT Work: An Occupational Health Hazard? (BK), pp. 83–86.
The Benefit/Cost of VDT Highlighting (DWM, DRM, CRP), pp. 89–96.
Icons in Everyday Life (WTW, SKW), pp. 97–104.
HCI-SES-1987-Miller #scalability
Small Windows on a Large System (DPM), pp. 105–112.
Is Bigger Better? The Effects of Display Size on Program Reading (JFR, BS), pp. 113–122.
HCI-SES-1987-HwangH #information management #modelling
The Modelling of Information Processing on Chinese VDT (SLH, CCH), pp. 123–128.
HCI-SES-1987-Karasek #design
Making Customer-Oriented Variety Feasible for CIM: Customer-Oriented Product Design Software (RAK), pp. 129–136.
A Notation for the Input and Storage of Mathematics: An Application of SGML (JRR), pp. 137–142.
HCI-SES-1987-Snyder #visual notation
Counterintuitive Criteria for Visual Displays0 (HLS), pp. 145–156.
HCI-SES-1987-ZwahlenA #development
Development of a Work-Rest Schedule for VDT Work (HTZ, CCAJ), pp. 157–164.
HCI-SES-1987-Dainoff #design
Some Issues Related to Seated Posture and Workstation Design (MJD), pp. 165–172.
HCI-SES-1987-JenkinsG #development #evaluation #interactive
Development and Evaluation of a Risk Based Interactive Decision Aid (JPJ, JCG), pp. 173–180.
HCI-SES-1987-McKendree #feedback
Feedback Content During Complex Skill Acquisition (JM), pp. 181–188.
HCI-SES-1987-FukuyumiYH #case study #readability
Study on VDT Display Color and Readability (SF, IY, YH), pp. 189–196.
HCI-SES-1987-Saito #analysis #evaluation #eye tracking
Quantitative Evaluation of VDT Operations Through the Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Characteristics of Eye Movement (SS), pp. 197–202.
HCI-SES-1987-TominagaM #automation #problem
Noise Problem in Japanese automated Office (YT, NM), pp. 203–208.
HCI-SES-1987-SauterH #health
Occupational Health and the Computer-Mediation of Information (SLS, JJHJ), pp. 211–218.
HCI-SES-1987-Sanders #problem
Problems of a Novice: Some Introspective Observations (AFS), pp. 219–230.
HCI-SES-1987-GansterHT #development
Development of a Scale to Assess Occupational Cognitive Demands (DCG, JJHJ, LTT), pp. 231–238.
HCI-SES-1987-SmithS #feedback #interface
Motor Feedback Control of Human Cognition: Implication for the Cognitive Interface (TJS, KUS), pp. 239–254.
HCI-SES-1987-MarekN #cumulative
Cumulative Fatigue Symptoms of Dialogue and Data Entry VDU Operators (TM, CN), pp. 255–262.
HCI-SES-1987-MoodyJR #how #question
Vigilance and Its Role in AI Technology: How Smart is Too Smart? (TM, MJ, RR), pp. 263–270.
HCI-SES-1987-JarvenpaaT #design
Mental Workload in Simple and Complicated Computer Aided Design (EJ, VT), pp. 271–276.
HCI-SES-1987-Watanabe #architecture #automation #interface
Human-Interface Architecture: Its Significance for Office Automation System (HW), pp. 279–294.
HCI-SES-1987-Bradley #industrial #using
Changing Roles in an Electronic Industry: Engineers Using CAD System and Secretaries Using work-Processing System (GB), pp. 295–302.
HCI-SES-1987-QuintanarCM #human-computer #interactive #social
The interactive Computer as a Social Stimulus in Human-Computer Interactions (LRQ, CRC, PJM), pp. 303–310.
HCI-SES-1987-RuthG #predict
Examining the Silent Majority: A Current Perspective on Predictive Variables Associated with Managerial and Clerical ADP Users (SRR, EPG), pp. 311–318.
HCI-SES-1987-Malt #analysis #approach #human-computer #interface
Skills Analysis in Human-Computer Interface: A Holistic Approach (LGM), pp. 319–326.
HCI-SES-1987-Leicht #interface
Management of Communications in Customer/System Interface (WSL), pp. 327–336.
HCI-SES-1987-Litewka #concept #human-computer #interactive #research
Questionable Assumptions and Misconceptions in Ergonomic Research on Human-Computer Interaction: A Discussion (JL), pp. 337–344.
HCI-SES-1987-Shay #metric
“80/20 OA” Measurement of White Collar Workers (DLS), pp. 345–352.
Cognitive Press in Computer-Mediated Work (TKB), pp. 353–364.
HCI-SES-1987-CohenPC #health #women
Working Conditions and Health Complaints of Women Office Workers (BGFC, CSP, KEC), pp. 365–372.

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