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Book review: READINGS IN HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH ed. by Ronald M . Baecker & William A.S. Buxton (Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc ., 1987)
ACM SIGCHI Bulletin
  • Maxine S. Cohen, Nova Southeastern University
Document Type
Book Review
Date
7-1-1989
Disciplines
Description
This book is an extensive collection of papers on the Human Computer Interface. This review will not attempt to discuss each paper in the text, suffice it to say the classical human factors issues are raised and key references and researchers in the field are included. This book will be useful to programmers, systems designers and psychologists. The book stresses, emphasizes and demonstrates the need for effective interface design to be a multidisciplinary process.
DOI
10.1145/67880.1046595
Citation Information
Maxine S. Cohen. "Book review: READINGS IN HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH ed. by Ronald M . Baecker & William A.S. Buxton (Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc ., 1987)" ACM SIGCHI Bulletin Vol. 21 Iss. 1 (1989) p. 118 - 119
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/maxine-cohen/21/