Jeremiah D. Still, Ph.D.
 
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My hope is that at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction and Cognitive Psychology we will be able to discover why some designs make our lives easier, while others make our lives more difficult. I am currently investigating three lines of research: intuitive design, developing Human-Centered Design methodologies, and predicting stimulus-driven attentional selection.

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Liberal Arts and Sciences Council of Chairpersons Award for 2012

Dr. James V. Mehl Outstanding Faculty Scholarship Award for 2011 {one faculty member is selected from the university yearly for this award}

Exceptional Teaching in a Small Enrollment Course Award, awarded 2008, Department of Psychology at Iowa State University

Design Cognition Best Paper Prize at the Third International Conference on Design Computing and Cognition (2008, Georgia Institute of Technology)

Human-Computer Interaction Student of the Year, awarded 2008, Iowa State University [ Video ]

Glenn D. Dolence Recognition Award “Distinguished Contributions to the University Community”, awarded 2004, Missouri Southern State University – Joplin

 
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Still, J. D., Still, M. L., & Grgic, J. (accepted with minor revisions). Designing intuitive interactions: Exploring performance and reflective measures. Interacting with Computers.

Masciocchi, C. M. & Still, J. D. (2013). Alternatives to eye tracking for predicting stimulus-driven attentional selection within interfaces. Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 34, 285-301. [ Article ]

Still, J. D. & Dark, V. J. (2013). Cognitively describing and designing affordances. Journal of Design Studies, 34(3), 285-301. [Article ]

Still, J. D. & Masciocchi, C. M. (2012). Considering the influence of visual saliency during interface searches. In Alkhalifa, E. M. & Gaid, K. (Eds.), Cognitively Informed Intelligent Interfaces: Systems Design and Development (pp. 84-97). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Still, J. D. (2011, May + June). Experimental design: Does external validity trump internal validity? ACM Interactions18(13), 66-68. [ Article ]

Still, J. D. & Masciocchi, C. M. (2010). A saliency model predicts fixations in web interfaces. Proceedings of the Computer-Human Interaction Conference, 5th International Workshop on Model-Driven Development of Advanced User Interfaces, Atlanta, GA.  [ Article ]

Still, J. D ., & Dark, V. J. (2010). Examining working memory load and congruency effects on affordances and conventions. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 68(9), 561-571. [ Article ] 

Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) Conference - Student Design Competition

Bell, J., McEvoy, P., Shokrpour, A., Wenger, M., & Yamaguchi, C. (2014). Bloom: Fostering healthy and peaceful pregnancies with personal analytics. Computer-Human Interaction Conference, [ News ] [ Article ] Acceptance Rate: 18%

Davis, T., Steinhoff, C. & Telan Vela, M. (2012). MeCasa: A family virtual space. Computer-Human Interaction Conference. [ Article ]

Chowdhury, S. & Wynn, J. (2011). Cowabunga!: A system to facilitate multi-cultural diversity through CouchSurfing. Computer-Human Interaction Conference. [ Article ]

 

International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction

Steinhoff, C. & Still, J. D. (2013). Priming categorization in a card sort. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. [ Article ]

Wynn, J. & Still, J. D. (2011). Motivating change and reducing cost with the discount video data analysis technique. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction [ Article ]

 

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Preferred Contact: jeremiah.still[at]sjsu.edu123