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Laboratory for Cognitive Psychology of Digital Interface Users

Publications
Article
Incidental findings in relation to subsequent search misses in visual search In press

Rubtsova O., Gorbunova E. S.

Psychology. Journal of the Higher School of Economics. 2021.

Working paper
The perceptual load effect on target detection in banner blindness

Ksenia Gorbatova, Grigoriy Anufriev, Gorbunova E. S.

PSYCHOLOGY. WP BRP. Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2020

Main tasks of our Lab

  • to conduct theoretical and experimental research in the field of cognitive psychology of digital interface and technical device users
  • to involve HSE teachers, students, and postdocs in the Lab's research
  • to use the research results in teaching, particularly with regards to the principles of usability and usability testing

News

“Applied Cognitive Science” Summer School. How was it?

This year the 3d “Applied Cognitive Science” Summer School was held by our Lab. Unfortunately, we were forced to meet via online because of pandemic situation. Nonetheless, these conditions did not affect on shool program: it was intense and engaging.

HSE UX LAB is Looking for Research Assistants!

Dear friends, our friendly and young team is looking for undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students of the Higher School of Economics for paid positions of research assistants to participate in the Lab’s projects!

Updated Course “Data Analysis + R: World of Linear Models”

We decided that it is necessary to enter the winter beautifully. So, we opened the registration for our updated course on data analysis!

GeekBrains and HSE UX LAB open UX Analytics Department

The department’s program was developed jointly with top Mail.ru Group, HSE UX LAB, and Kaspersky Lab experts.

HSE UX LAB received an RScF grant

Laboratory for Cognitive Psychology of Digital Interfaces User won the Russian Science Foundation grant for the event “Conducting research by scientific groups under the guidance of young scientists”.

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