Interruption as focus – Bibliography 1

Technology/HCI
Keywords: HCI, Tangible Computing, Smart Objects, Bio-feedback, Analog, Interface, New Media, Embodiment, Ambient Intelligence, Sensory cues: visual cues, auditory cues, tactile cues, haptic cues, olfactory cues

Bohn, J., Coroama, V., Langheinrich, M., Mattern, F., & Rohs, M. (2004). Living in a World of Smart Everyday Objects. Journal of Human and Ecological Risk Assessment10(5), 763-786.         

Dourish, P. (2001). Where the action is : the foundations of embodied interaction. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. Retrieved fromhttp://www2.lib.ncsu.edu/catalog/record/UNCb4027700

Hallnäs, L., & Redström, J. (2001). Slow Technology – Designing for Reflection. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing5(3), 201-212. Springer-Verlag. doi:10.1007/PL00000019

Hansen  1965-, M. B. N. (Mark B. N. (2004). New philosophy for new media. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. Retrieved from http://www2.lib.ncsu.edu/catalog/record/NCSU1714498

Munster, A. (2006). Materializing new media : embodiment in information aesthetics. Dartmouth, N.H.: Dartmouth College Press : Published by University Press of New England. Retrieved from http://www2.lib.ncsu.edu/catalog/record/NCSU1893986

Stephanidis, C. (2009). Designing for All in Ambient Intelligence Environments: The Interplay of User, Context, and Technology.International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction25(5), 441-454. Taylor & Francis Group. doi:10.1080/10447310902865032

Work Management/Balance
Keywords: Interruption, Work Environment, Creativity, Time Management, Internal and External Interruption, Holistic Workday, Work-Life Balance, Work related stress, Cognitive Overload, Reflection

Baddeley, A. D. (1992). Working memory. (M. S. Gazzaniga, Ed.)Science255(5044), 556-559. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1126/science.1736359

Csikszentmihalyi, M., & LeFevre, J. (1989). Optimal experience in work and leisure. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,56(5), 815-822. American Psychological Association. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2724069

Elsbach, K. D. (2003). Relating Physical Environment to Self-Categorizations: Identity Threat and Affirmation in a Non-Territorial Office Space. Administrative Science Quarterly48(4), 622. Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University. doi:10.2307/3556639

Feldman, M. S., & Pentland, B. T. (2003). Reconceptualizing Organizational Routines as a Source of Flexibility and Change.Administrative Science Quarterly48(1), 94-118. Cornell University, Johnson Graduate School. doi:10.2307/3556620

Jett, Q. R., & George, J. M. (2003). Work interrupted: A closer look at the role of interruptions in organizational life. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW28(3), 494-507. PACE UNIV, PO BOX 3020, 235 ELM RD, BRIARCLIFF MANOR, NY 10510-8020 USA: ACAD MANAGEMENT.

Kirsh, D. (2000). A Few Thoughts on Cognitive Overload. Intellectica1(30), 19-51. Citeseer. Retrieved from http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.10.2298&rep=rep1&type=pdf

Knight, C., & Haslam, S. A. (2010). Your Place or Mine? Organizational Identification and Comfort as Mediators of Relationships Between the Managerial Control of Workspace and Employees’ Satisfaction and Well-being. British Journal of Management21(3), 717-735. Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8551.2009.00683.x

Kreiner, G. E., Hollensbe, E. C., & Sheep, M. L. (2009). Balancing borders and bridges: Negotiating the work-home interface via boundary work tactics. Academy of Management Journal52(4), 704-730. Academy of Management. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.indstate.edu:2048/login?url=http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=1860882531&Fmt=7&clientId=954&RQT=309&VName=PQD

Vrijkotte, T. G., Van Doornen, L. J., & De Geus, E. J. (2000). Effects of work stress on ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate, and heart rate variability. Hypertension35(4), 880-886. Am Heart Assoc. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10775555

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