New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Human-Computer Interaction
From a ResearchGate review of the journal:
“An interdisciplinary journal reporting on and helping to define the issues that challenge researchers in a rapidly growing field, Human-Computer Interaction publishes theoretical, empirical, and methodological articles on user psychology and computer system design as it affects the user. Combining research in cognitive science, computer science, and psychology, this journal profiles new advances in the field and points out directions for future research. Seeking to foster a scientific understanding of the behavior of computer users programmers and nonprogrammers, experts and novices with an emphasis on the cognitive aspects, the journal focuses beyond the individual users to explore the social and organizational contexts of user communities.”
Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (1985) to present.