Human�Computer Interaction (HCI) is no longer limited to trained software users. Today people interact with various devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and laptops. How can such interaction be made more user friendly, even when user proficiency levels vary? This book explores methods for assessing the psychological complexity of compute
The Concept of Self-Regulation Outside of Activity Theory. Concepts of Self-Regulation in Activity Theory from Psychophysiological and Psychophysics Perspectives. Concept of Self-Regulation in Systemic-Structural Activity Theory and Strategies of Task Performance. Thinking as a Self-Regulative System and Task Analysis. Attention as a Self-Regulative System. Cognitive and Behavioral Actions as Basic Units of Activity Analysis. Morphological Analysis of Activity During Performance of HCI Tasks. Quantitative Assessment of Task Complexity Computer Based Tasks. Complexity Evaluation: Practical Example. Introduction To Human Reliability Assessment. A Systemic-Structural Activity Approach to Reliability Assessment of Computer Based Tasks. Formalized and Quantitative Analysis of Exploratory Activity in HCI Tasks.