Peter Polson
Peter Polson
Professor of Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder
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The cognitive walkthrough method: A practitioner's guide
C Wharton, J Rieman, C Lewis, P Polson
Usability inspection methods, 105-140, 1994
An approach to the formal analysis of user complexity
D Kieras, PG Polson
International journal of man-machine studies 22 (4), 365-394, 1985
Cognitive walkthroughs: a method for theory-based evaluation of user interfaces
PG Polson, C Lewis, J Rieman, C Wharton
International Journal of man-machine studies 36 (5), 741-773, 1992
Testing a walkthrough methodology for theory-based design of walk-up-and-use interfaces
C Lewis, PG Polson, C Wharton, J Rieman
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 1990
The processes involved in designing software
R Jeffries, AA Turner, PG Polson, ME Atwood
Cognitive skills and their acquisition 255, 283, 1981
Theory-based design for easily learned interfaces
PG Polson, CH Lewis
Human–Computer Interaction 5 (2-3), 191-220, 1990
Cognitive walkthrough for the web
MH Blackmon, PG Polson, M Kitajima, C Lewis
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2002
The acquisition and performance of text-editing skill: A cognitive complexity analysis
S Bovair, DE Kieras, PG Polson
Human-Computer Interaction 5 (1), 1-48, 1990
A process model for water jug problems
ME Atwood, PG Polson
Cognitive Psychology 8 (2), 191-216, 1976
A cognitive analysis of exceptional memory for restaurant orders
KA Ericsson, PG Polson
The nature of expertise 1, 23-70, 1988
A comprehension-based model of web navigation and its application to web usability analysis
M Kitajima, MH Blackmon, PG Polson
People and computers XIV—Usability or else!, 357-373, 2000
A quantitative model of the learning and performance of text editing knowledge
PG Polson, DE Kieras
ACM SIGCHI Bulletin 16 (4), 207-212, 1985
Tool for accurately predicting website navigation problems, non-problems, problem severity, and effectiveness of repairs
MH Blackmon, M Kitajima, PG Polson
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2005
A process model for missionaries-cannibals and other river-crossing problems
R Jeffries, PG Polson, L Razran, ME Atwood
Cognitive Psychology 9 (4), 412-440, 1977
An experimental analysis of the mechanisms of a memory skill.
KA Ericsson, PG Polson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 14 (2), 305, 1988
A comprehension-based model of exploration
M Kitajima, PG Polson
Human–Computer Interaction 12 (4), 345-389, 1997
A quantitative theory of human-computer interaction
PG Polson
Interfacing thought: Cognitive aspects of human-computer interaction, 184-235, 1987
A comprehension-based model of correct performance and errors in skilled, display-based, human-computer interaction
M Kitajima, PG Polson
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 43 (1), 65-99, 1995
Repairing usability problems identified by the cognitive walkthrough for the web
MH Blackmon, M Kitajima, PG Polson
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2003
A test of a common elements theory of transfer
PG Polson, E Muncher, G Engelbeck
ACM SIGCHI Bulletin 17 (4), 78-83, 1986
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