Our research has been directed at the cognitive aspects of human/computer interaction
and has covered a wide range of topics from menu selection to direct manipulation and
from user satisfaction and to computer rage. Lists of current and past research are
available on this site as well as lists of publications.
Our graduate students are generally in the Cognitive Area of Psychology and have a dual
interest in cognitive processes such as judgment and decision making, learning and memory,
or attention and performance and in the human/computer interface. Upon completion of
their degree, they have either gone into academics or research in industry and government.