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Journal of Interaction Science

Journal of Interaction Science

Co-Editor-in-Chief: S. Keates; C. Stary; G.S. Bahr

ISSN: 2194-0827 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40166

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A peer reviewed open access journal published under the brand SpringerOpen. A source of substantial research on interaction science, drawing on investigations in a range of scientific disciplines.

  • Promotion and support for scientific approaches to interaction design.
  • Encouragement of scientific research in the human centric sciences.
  • Use of interaction paradigms to promote a more integrated approach to the understanding of human users of interactive systems.
  • Support for substantial meta-analysis.
  • Promotion of inferential statistical analysis in interaction science.

Affiliated with the Collaborative International Research Centre for Universal Access (CIRCUA), the Journal of Interaction Science (JoIS) spans scientific disciplines to publish high-quality, substantial research on human-technology interactions.

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Cognitive Psychology - Computer Science - Database Management & Information Retrieval - HCI

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    The Journal of Interaction Science (JoIS) is a high-quality journal that supports substantial scientific research on interaction science (see below). We are keen to encourage and enable first class research from any scientific discipline that can be shown to be relevant to interaction science. We define interaction science as the scientific investigation of human / technology interactions. Examples include; a psychology laboratory experiment that uses technology to record human performance and commentary; an HCI experiment that takes a rigorously scientific approach; relevant, experimental studies in cognitive psychology, neurocognitive psychology, artificial intelligence and the social sciences; brain computer interface experiments and related interaction methods, interaction studies of scientific or medical technologies. Substantial empirical, theory-building or methodology studies/critiques are welcomed.
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