Emotions and Sociality in Human-Technology Interaction
After this course the student1. Understands and is able to explain central factors of human intra- and inter-individual behavior. 2. Is able to evaluate the meaning of social and emotion related processes in all human behavior including, cognition, motivation, intra- and inter-individual functioning, as well as all this in human-technology context.3. Is able to describe central concepts of social and affective processes.4. Learns to understand and realize how these factors could and should be used and utilized to develop human-technology/human-computer interaction.5. Knows thematic literature and is able to evaluate it critically.6. Understands the requirements for acquiring theoretical and empirical knowledge, and for developing good quality research setups when working in this thematic area of human-technology interaction.
Psychology of Pervasive Computing (TUT/IHTE) (Recommended)
- University UTA
- Credits 5 ECTS
- Periods III
- Grading Numeric 1-5.
- Type Lectures