On the need for attention-aware systems: Measuring effects of interruption on task performance, error rate, and affective state

Computers in Human Behavior 22 (4):685-708 (2006)

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Keywords *Attention  *Distraction  *Emotional States  *Human Computer Interaction  *Performance  Anxiety  Awareness  Errors  Human Machine Systems Design  Task Complexity  Time
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