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Kent L. Norman

American cognitive psychology professor, researcher, and author; cyberpsychology subject matter expert

1947   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
native language: English
educated at: University of Iowa, Southern Methodist University, Hillcrest High School
occupation: psychologist, author, cognitive scientist, academic lecturer
position held: associate professor

Kent L. Norman is an American cognitive psychologist and an expert on computer rage. He graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1969 and earned a Ph.D. in experimental psychology from the University of Iowa in 1973.[1] Norman Currently works at the University of Maryland, College Park as an associate professor of Psychology.In 1983, Norman co-founded the Laboratory for Automation Psychology and Decision Processes (LAPDP) as an affiliate of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory (HCIL)[2] and the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS). The LAPDP studies the cognitive side of the human/computer interface, with an emphasis on the processes of judgment and decision making. Research in the LAPDP has received corporate support from AT&T, Sperry, and IBM and United States federal agency support from NASA, NSF, NRL, and the U.S. Census Bureau. Norman designed and wrote the HyperCourseware[3] software system, in 1990, for the preparation and presentation of materials and the processes of education in a virtual learning environment. HyperCourseware has been utilized in the multimedia Teaching Theaters at the University of Maryland, College Park. In 1997, Norman worked with the Center for the Design of Distance Education Methodology at the Open University of Israel and collaborated on new methods of Internet distance education.
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Apparency of contingencies in single panel and pull-down menus ( 1998 )

scientific article (publication date: July 1998)

author: Kent L. Norman DIANE LINDWARM ALONSO

Dynamic processes in stimulus integration theory: effects of feedback on averaging of motor movements. ( 1974 )

scientific article published in March 1974

author: Kent L. Norman

Averaging of motor movements: test of an additive model. ( 1971 )

scientific article published in December 1971

author: Kent L. Norman Levin IP, Craft JL

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