The Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction
Stuart K. Card
CRC Press, May 4, 2018 - Computers - 488 pages
Defines the psychology of human-computer interaction, showing how to span the gap between science & application. Studies the behavior of users in interacting with computer systems.
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