Research Object Behaviour & Information Technology

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Behaviour & Information Technology
ecological momentary assessment
human computer interaction
the social, business and human aspects of the digital world
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Journal type
Hybrid Journal

Journals Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
122-Apr-2019From behaviour to design: implications for artifact ecologies as shared spaces for design activitiesVasiliou, Christina ; Ioannou, Andri ; Zaphiris, Panayiotis 
225-Apr-2019Technology-assisted reconstruction: a new alternative to the experience sampling methodKarapanos, Evangelos