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Models of Human-Information Interaction for Information Foraging, Sense-making, and Behavior Change
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NY Tech Alliance UX Group: Masters of UX Research Series 2016-17

25 October 2016
New York, New York



In this presentation, Peter will discuss a series of increasingly complex human-information problems and contexts that have been addressed over the years by increasingly complex theories and models of human cognition and behavior. The problems and contexts include information foraging. intelligence analysis, learning technical domains, and mastering changes in one’s own lifestyle. The cognitive models have been used to come to a deeper understanding of the cognitive ecology of human-information interaction in these contexts, to develop new user modeling techniques, with the aim of  supporting the development of new human-information interaction techniques.

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