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- Principal Researcher, Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group, Microsoft Research 
- Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from the University of California (1981), where he was advised by Donald Norman.
- ACM Portal 
- Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction
- Edit and write column on HCI history for ACM Interactions
Summary[edit | edit source]
The history of library and information science is covered here, along with HCI research in human factors, information systems, and computer science (CHI).
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Chronology[edit | edit source]
- Grudin, Jonathan (2011). "Human-Computer Interaction," in: Cronin, B., ed. (2011), Annual Review of Information Science and Technology 45: 369-430. [^]
- Grudin, Jonathan & Donald Norman (1991). "Language evolution and human-computer interaction." Proc. Cognitive Science Conference, 611-616. (PDF). The forces that shape languages provide insights into limitations of consistency in interaction design.
- Grudin, Jonathan & A. MacLean (1984). "Adapting a psychophysical method to measure performance and preference tradeoffs in human-computer interaction." Proc. INTERACT '84, 737-741. (PDF). More a poster than a paper, my first HCI study identified a distinction that 20 years later shaped my view of HCI history.
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