Course Detail
Units:
2.0
Course Components:
Lecture
Enrollment Information
Course Attribute:
Hybrid Classes
Description
In this class, students will be exposed to socio-technical perspectives regarding human-computer interactions across various healthcare contexts. Cognitive models, theories, and methods pertinent to human-systems interactions frame the course. Specific cognitive and social psychology content will be covered, including introductions to perception, motivation, judgement and reasoning. The over-all perspective of dual process models will provide the theoretical foundation. Relevant research will be presented, ranging from design to implementation. Usability principles in human-computer interaction will be taught, concentrating on user-centered design and principles of user satisfaction.