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Effects of Working Memory Capacity on Users’ Search Effort

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Show simple item record Gwizdka, Jacek 2013-06-22T19:02:16Z 2013-06-22T19:02:16Z 2013
dc.identifier.citation Paper presented at MIDI 2013 Conference, 24-25.06.2013, Warsaw, Poland pl_PL
dc.description.abstract We examined user behavior on information search tasks at two levels of complexity. Users were divided into two levels of working memory span (WM). The results show that in more demanding task conditions both user groups change behavior, but they differ in how they change it. High-WM user performed more actions to find more information, while low-WM users and switched their search tactic by significantly decreasing individual documents they visited. pl_PL
dc.language.iso en pl_PL
dc.subject Search User Interface pl_PL
dc.subject Cognitive Abilities pl_PL
dc.subject Working Memory pl_PL
dc.subject Cognitive Load pl_PL
dc.title Effects of Working Memory Capacity on Users’ Search Effort pl_PL
dc.type Working Paper pl_PL

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