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edited by Chris W. Johnson, Philippe Palanque
出版情報: Boston : Kluwer Academic, c2004  xvi, 322 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: The International Federation for Information Processing ; 152
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track co-chairs, Stan Oliver, Matthias Nohr, Chris Cernes
出版情報: Croydon, Eng. : ISATA, [1999?]  326 p. ; 21cm
シリーズ名: 32nd ISATA : advances in automotive and transportation technology and practice for the 21st century, 14th-18th June 1999 - Vienna - Austria / edited by Dieter Roller / edited by Dieter Roller
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Arthur D. Fisk ... [et al.]
出版情報: Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2009  xx, 277 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Human factors & aging series
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Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
About the Authors
Author Contact Information
Fundamentals / Section 1:
Toward Better Design for Older Adults / Chapter 1:
Demographics / 1.1:
What Products Do Older Adults Use? / 1.2:
Is Good Design Worth the Effort? / 1.3:
How Do We Define "Older Adult"? / 1.4:
Toward Better Design / 1.5:
General Guidelines, Specific Questions / 1.6:
Overview of the Book / 1.7:
Recommended Reading
Characteristics of Older Adult Users / Chapter 2:
What Are the Underpinnings of Human Factors? / 2.1:
What Human Characteristics Should Be Considered? / 2.2:
Aging and the Sensory Modalities / 2.3:
Taste and Smell / 2.3.1:
Haptics / 2.3.2:
Audition / 2.3.3:
Vision / 2.3.4:
Cognition / 2.4:
Memory / 2.4.1:
Attention / 2.4.2:
Spatial Cognition / 2.4.3:
Understanding Written and Spoken Language / 2.4.4:
Control of Movements and Movement Speed / 2.5:
Summary of Review / 2.6:
Guidance for Design / 2.7:
Guiding the Design Process / Chapter 3:
Principles of Design / 3.1:
Universal Design / 3.2:
What Makes a Product Usable? / 3.3:
Measuring Usability Components / 3.4:
User-Centered Design (UCD) / 3.5:
Task Analysis / 3.5.1:
Usability Testing / 3.5.2:
Two Perspectives to Usability Testing / 3.5.2.1:
Usability Test Plan / 3.5.2.2:
Think-Aloud Verbal Protocols / 3.5.2.3:
Equipment / 3.5.2.4:
Participants / 3.5.2.5:
Pilot Testing and Training / 3.5.2.6:
Field Observations / 3.5.3:
Interviews / 3.5.4:
Questionnaires / 3.5.5:
Focus Groups / 3.5.6:
Design Methods That Do Not Involve the User / 3.6:
Checklists and Guidelines / 3.6.1:
Heuristic Evaluation / 3.6.2:
Layout Analysis / 3.6.3:
The Product Design Lifecycle / 3.7:
Conclusion / 3.8:
Design Guidelines / Section 2:
Improving Perception of Information / Chapter 4:
Visual Perception / 4.1:
Text Characteristics / 4.1.1:
Icons versus Text / 4.1.2:
Additional Factors to Consider / 4.1.3:
Guidelines for Visual Presentation of Information / 4.2:
General Lighting Guidelines / 4.2.1:
Text / 4.2.2:
Use of Three-Dimensional Displays / 4.2.3:
Issues in Aging and Auditory Perception / 4.3:
Thresholds for Sounds / 4.3.1:
Speech Perception / 4.3.2:
Localization / 4.3.3:
Guidelines for Auditory Presentation of Information / 4.4:
Sound / 4.4.1:
Speech / 4.4.2:
Issues in Haptics / 4.5:
Overview of Haptics / 4.5.1:
Vibration Perception / 4.5.2:
Guidelines for Haptic Presentation of Information / 4.6:
Using These Guidelines for Optimizing Perception of Information / 4.7:
Design of Input and Output Devices / Chapter 5:
Issues in Aging and the Design of Input Devices / 5.1:
Minimizing Steps / 5.1.1:
Consistency / 5.1.2:
Types of Input Devices / 5.2:
Guidelines for the Design of Input Devices / 5.3:
Issues in Aging and the Design of Output Devices / 5.4:
Guidelines for the Design of Output Devices / 5.5:
Using These Guidelines for Effective Design of Input and Output Devices / 5.6:
Interface Design / Chapter 6:
Interface Design Issues / 6.1:
Issues in Aging and Interface Design / 6.2:
Do Older Adults Use Computer Technologies? / 6.2.1:
Multiple Levels of User Abilities / 6.2.2:
User Goals and Expectations / 6.2.3:
Information Organization / 6.2.4:
Getting Lost in the System and Navigation Tools / 6.2.5:
Depth versus Breadth / 6.2.6:
Compatibility / 6.2.7:
Documentation and Error Recovery / 6.2.8:
Guidelines for Effective Interface Design / 6.3:
Physical Characteristics / 6.3.1:
Navigation / 6.3.2:
Conceptual / 6.3.3:
Using These Guidelines to Facilitate Proper Interface Design / 6.4:
Design of Training and Instructional Programs / Chapter 7:
Principles of Instruction / 7.1:
An Integrated Approach to Instructional Design for Complex Tasks / 7.2:
Human Cognitive Limitations and the Design of Instructional Programs / 7.3:
Learning Tasks / 7.3.1:
Supportive Information / 7.3.2:
Procedural Information / 7.3.3:
Part-Task Practice / 7.3.4:
Illustration of Design Principles and Strategies / 7.4:
Pacing / 7.5:
Organization of the Training Material / 7.6:
Consistency of Information / 7.7:
Temporal Spacing Considerations / 7.8:
Adaptive Training / 7.9:
Feedback / 7.10:
The Use of Simulation in Training / 7.11:
E-Learning / 7.12:
Performance Assessment / 7.13:
Guidelines for the Design of Training and Instructional Programs / 7.14:
Train Using Sets of Holistic Practice Tasks / 7.14.1:
Provide Supportive Information / 7.14.2:
Training Procedural Information / 7.14.3:
Promoting Deeper Learning / 7.14.4:
Environmental Considerations / 7.14.5:
Learning Materials / 7.14.6:
Reducing Training Demands / 7.14.7:
Exemplar Applications / 7.15:
Making the Work Environment Age-Friendly / Chapter 8:
The Workplace of the 21st Century / 8.1:
Technology in the Workplace / 8.1.1:
Changes in Work Arrangements / 8.1.2:
What We Know about Older Workers: Myths and Realities / 8.2:
Adaptation to Changes in Jobs / 8.2.1:
Older Workers and Productivity / 8.2.2:
The Potential Implications of Aging for Work / 8.3:
Sensory and Perceptual Changes / 8.3.1:
Psychomotor Skills, Strength, and Endurance / 8.3.2:
Cognition and Learning / 8.3.3:
Maximizing the Usefulness and Usability of Healthcare Technologies / 8.4:
What Makes Healthcare Technologies Unique? / 9.1:
Movement Control, Perception, Cognition, and Interface Design / 9.2:
Training Issues / 9.3:
Maintenance, Calibration, and Updating of the Technology / 9.4:
Maintenance / 9.4.1:
Calibration / 9.4.2:
Updating / 9.4.3:
Safety Issues / 9.5:
Hazard Awareness / 9.5.1:
Warnings / 9.5.2:
Credibility / 9.6:
The Internet / 9.6.1:
Medical Devices / 9.6.2:
Transportation / 9.7:
Driving / 10.1:
Driver Training and Screening / 10.1.1:
Advanced Technology Systems / 10.1.2:
Redesign of Roadway and Signage Systems / 10.1.3:
Pedestrian Behavior / 10.2:
Wayfinding in Built Environments / 10.3:
Spatial Organization / 10.3.1:
Landmarks, Signage, and Directories / 10.3.2:
Maps / 10.3.3:
Negotiating Public Transportation Environments / 10.4:
Wayfinding / 10.4.1:
Arrival at the Airport / 10.4.2:
Boarding Pass Dispensing Devices / 10.4.3:
Traveling to the Gate / 10.4.4:
Security Area and Embarking/Disembarking Planes / 10.4.5:
Designing Accommodations for Aging-in-Place / 10.5:
Where and How Older Adults Live / 11.1:
Evaluating the Home / 11.2:
Falls / 11.2.1:
Structural Modifications / 11.2.2:
Lighting / 11.2.3:
Products for Independent Living / 11.2.4:
Advanced Technology Development / 11.3:
Memory Supports / 11.3.1:
Home Monitoring Systems / 11.3.2:
Social Support / 11.3.3:
Technology Acceptance and Privacy Issues / 11.3.4:
Acceptance Decision Tree / 11.3.5:
Tutorials / 11.4:
Involving Older Adults in Research and Usability Studies / Chapter 12:
Inclusion of Representative Samples / 12.1:
Selection Criteria / 12.2:
Participant Recruitment / 12.3:
Study Protocols / 12.4:
Measurement Instruments / 12.5:
Guidelines for Including Older Adults in Research and Usability Studies / 12.6:
Conducting Focus Groups with Older Adults / Chapter 13:
Developing the Script / 13.1:
Introduction and Icebreaker Question / 13.1.1:
Developing the Questions / 13.1.2:
Preparing for the Interviews / 13.2:
Training the Moderator(s) / 13.2.1:
Developing Ancillary Materials / 13.2.2:
Selecting the Interview Environment / 13.2.3:
Collecting the Data / 13.3:
Choosing the Participants / 13.3.1:
Conducting the Interview / 13.3.2:
Data Analysis / 13.4:
Segmenting and Coding the Data / 13.4.1:
Interpreting the Data / 13.4.2:
Guidelines for Effective Focus Group Research / 13.5:
Conducting the Focus Group Session / 13.5.1:
Analyzing and Interpreting the Data / 13.5.3:
Focus Group Research in General
Focus Group Studies with Older Adults
Statistical Considerations in Usability Testing / Chapter 14:
Precise Measurement Studies / 14.1:
Problem Discovery Studies / 14.2:
Summary / 14.3:
Guidelines for Determining Sample Sizes for Usability Test Studies / 14.4:
Task Analysis and Error Prediction / Chapter 15:
Human Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (HFMEA) / 15.1:
Example: Self-Checkout Systems / 15.3:
Generating the HFMEA for the Example / 15.4:
Guidelines for Task Analysis and Error Prediction / 15.5:
GOMS Modeling for Older Adults / Chapter 16:
Reducing Data Entry Burden for a Software Authentication Process / 16.1:
Assumptions about Task Processes / 16.1.1:
Modeling Task Performance at the Operator Level / 16.1.2:
Error Analysis / 16.1.3:
Error Correction Cost / 16.1.4:
Trade-Offs in Design / 16.2:
Guidelines for GOMS Modeling for Older Adults / 16.3:
Multimedia Design / Chapter 17:
Does Media Matter? / 17.1:
The Role of Cognition in Multimedia Learning Systems / 17.2:
Ten Guidelines for Designing Multimedia Instructional Programs / 17.3:
A Software Application Example / 17.4:
Synthesis and Comments / 17.5:
Themes / 18.1:
Older Adults Do Use New Technologies / 18.1.1:
Past Experience (or Lack Thereof) Influences Performance / 18.1.2:
If It Cannot Be Seen, Heard, or Manipulated, It Cannot Be Used / 18.1.3:
Age-Related Declines in Cognition Influence Performance / 18.1.4:
Environmental Support/Knowledge in the World/Affordances / 18.1.5:
Preferences Do Not Necessarily Map to Performance / 18.1.6:
Training, Documentation, and User Help Are Necessary (and Should Be Well Designed) / 18.1.7:
User Testing Is Crucial for Successful Design / 18.1.8:
Good Design for Older Adults Is Generally Good Design for Everyone / 18.1.9:
Attitudes Matter / 18.1.10:
Development of Future Technology / 18.2:
New Is Always New / 18.2.1:
New and Improved Is Not Necessarily Better / 18.2.2:
References / 18.3:
Author Index
Subject Index
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
About the Authors
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図書

図書
edited by E.D. Megaw
出版情報: London : Taylor & Francis, 1984  ix, 282 p. ; 24 cm
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図書

図書
Henry Ledgard, Andrew Singer, John Whiteside
出版情報: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1981  vi, 190 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Lecture notes in computer science ; 103
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図書
[edited by] David C. Alexander, Babur Mustafa Pulat
出版情報: Norcross, GA : Industrial Engineering & Management Press, Institute of Industrial Engineers, c1985  xi, 290 p. ; 23 cm
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図書
edited by G. Debus and H.-W. Schroiff
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : North-Holland, 1986  xi, 407 p. ; 25 cm
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図書
edited by Leonard S. Mark, Joel S. Warm, and Ronald L. Huston
出版情報: New York : Springer-Verlag, c1987  viii, 291 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Recent research in psychology
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Marlana Coe
出版情報: New York : Wiley, c1996  xv, 350 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Wiley technical communation library
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図書
Etienne Grandjean
出版情報: London ; Philadelphia : Taylor & Francis, 1987  viii, 227 p. ; 26 cm
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Foreword
Author's Acknowledgement
The Present Metamorphosis of Offices / 1:
Vdt Jobs Seen Through Ergonomic-Tinted Spectacles / 2:
Physical Characteristics of Vdts / 3:
Vision / 4:
Ergonomic Principles of Lighting in Offices / 5:
Visual Strain and Photometric Characteristics of Vdts / 6:
Ergonomic Design of Vdt Workstations / 7:
Noise / 8:
Occupational Stress, Work Satisfaction and Job Design / 9:
Radiation, Electrostatic Fields and Alleged Health Hazards / 10:
Recommendations for Vdt Workstations / 11:
References
Index
Foreword
Author's Acknowledgement
The Present Metamorphosis of Offices / 1:
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