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Study protocol: developing and evaluating an interactive web platform to teach children hunting, shooting and firearms safety: a randomized controlled trial

David C Schwebel, D Leann Long, Marissa Gowey, Joan Severson, Yefei He, Katelyn Trullinger
2021 BMC Public Health  
ShootSafe has three primary goals: (a) teach children basic knowledge and skills needed to hunt, shoot, and use firearms safely; (b) help children learn and hone critical cognitive skills of impulse control  ...  This study protocol describes research to develop and then conduct a randomized clinical trial to evaluate ShootSafe, an interactive, engaging, educational website to teach children firearms safety.  ...  Methods/design ShootSafe website The ShootSafe website, currently in development, is designed to accomplish three primary goals: (1) transmit knowledge about hunting and shooting safety, (2) hone relevant  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-021-10345-3 pmid:33549072 pmcid:PMC7866873 fatcat:cm7es4ix6fgopagpdymukxc3ke

The Scope and Importance of Human Interruption in Human-Computer Interaction Design

Daniel C. McFarlane, Kara A. Latorella
2002 Human-Computer Interaction  
These critical abilities can require people to simultaneously query a large set of information sources, continuously monitor for important events, and respond to and communicate with other human operators  ...  Some critical jobs, like public safety "911" dispatch and air-traffic control, require people who can reliably perform these tasks.  ...  Therefore, one must design system interfaces for interrupt-laden work environments to prevent expensive human errors and minimize their costs.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327051hci1701_1 fatcat:avj4xfr4crfxjhk34vecegaoly

A probabilistic logic for the development of safety-critical, interactive systems

C.W. Johnson
1993 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
This paper starts from the premise that the human contribution to risk must be assessed during the development of safety-critical systems.  ...  Numerical probabilities are used to rank the importance that designers attach to particular system failures.  ...  Designers must change the facts that hold for many di erent intervals of interaction in order to ensure that operators are faced with traces that accurately model the probable behaviour of a safety-critical  ... 
doi:10.1006/imms.1993.1064 fatcat:t4rmnplpsfb4vmmi3oz32e32qu

Systematic Collection of Bear–human Interaction Information for Alaska's National Parks

James M. Wilder, Terry D. DeBruyn, Tom S. Smith, Angie Southwould
2007 Ursus (International Association for Bear Research and Management)  
We present a database application designed to standardize the collection and entry of brown and black bear (Ursus arctos and U. americanus)-human interaction data, formalize data storage methods, and analyze  ...  patterns of bear-human interactions in Alaska's National Parks.  ...  We are grateful to everyone who reported details of their bear-human interactions within Alaska's National Parks.  ... 
doi:10.2192/1537-6176(2007)18[209:scobii]2.0.co;2 fatcat:fnlgoxufkvgn7cwx7iytepbpte

Challenges Related to Nonhuman Animal-Computer Interaction

Sarah E. Ritvo, Robert S. Allison
2014 Proceedings of the 2014 Workshops on Advances in Computer Entertainment Conference - ACE '14 Workshops  
Despite a marked increase in the number of hardware and software systems being adapted and designed specifically for nonhuman animals, to-date, nearly all computer interaction design and assessment has  ...  Take for example a human-canine computer mediated communication system that allows a human user to remotely interact with a canine user during periods of extended separation (e.g., work days, vacations  ...  Although inclusion of weaponry in AHCI has been criticized, systems for captive animals like this one can provide interactive recreation for human users and NHA users alike.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2693787.2693795 dblp:conf/ACMace/RitvoA14 fatcat:byulf7p6rzcfvp3wbyc5s5obli

Understanding Interaction Design Challenges in Mobile Extreme Citizen Science

Veljko Pejovic, Artemis Skarlatidou
2019 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
Our aim is to identify key obstacles towards their successful realization, mainly focusing on the problem of user interaction with mobile computing solutions.  ...  We conduct interviews with nine experienced researchers who all performed extensive fieldwork within these initiatives, and who reflect on the technology interaction, knowledge organization, inter-cultural  ...  Within the last aspect, we provide particularly detailed guidelines pertaining to human-computer interface organization, interaction modalities, and graphical design.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10447318.2019.1630934 fatcat:chj6pia2ofcpdaykv3fwfrevvq

Grounding Social Interactions in the Environment [chapter]

Florian Klein, Holger Giese
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we demonstrate that building on an environment specification with expressive semantics is instrumental in designing agents that are capable of flexible and complex interactions.  ...  This framework enables an efficient development process built around the rapid prototyping and iterative refinement of multi-agent system specifications by applying model-driven design techniques to the  ...  Conclusion and Future Work We have presented a conceptual framework that grounds social interactions in the environment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11678809_9 fatcat:qh7qpci24jhnncd2ymwufa654u

Urgent Biophilia: Human-Nature Interactions and Biological Attractions in Disaster Resilience

Keith G. Tidball
2012 Ecology and Society  
The relationships that human-nature interactions have to other components within interdependent systems at many different scales may be one critical source of resilience in disaster and related contexts  ...  This urgent biophilia represents an important set of human-nature interactions in SES characterized by hazard, disaster, or vulnerability, often appearing in the 'backloop' of the adaptive cycle.  ...  The relationships those human-nature interactions have to other components within interdependent systems at many different scales, may be one critical source of resilience after dramatic surprise or sudden  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-04596-170205 fatcat:r7npllzhyrdsppb6vsd7tq5m3a

Choice, Control and Computers: Empowering Wildlife in Human Care

Jon Coe, Julia Hoy
2020 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
design, acquisition, obsolescence, and maintenance.  ...  Concurrent with the benefits to the animals, this technology may benefit human carers by increasing workplace efficiency and improving research data collection using automated animal monitoring systems  ...  Safety All apparatus must be safe for all users, human and animal, initially and in the long-term.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti4040092 fatcat:jzwtbfzaqvfyvogphw4y7cf7pm

A World of Views: A World of Interacting Post-human Intelligences [article]

Viktoras Veitas, David Weinbaum
2014 arXiv   pre-print
A human being of such intelligence will be so radically different from us that it can hardly, if at all, be recognized as human.  ...  What would a human hundreds or thousands times more intelligent than the brightest human ever born be like? We must admit we can hardly guess.  ...  Of course error margins and failure modes are part of engineering, but systems are not designed to fail (and recover).  ... 
arXiv:1410.6915v1 fatcat:3flzrtywbrbkpcg6cybhayyfwa

An Ecological Dynamics Approach to Understanding Human-Environment Interactions in the Adventure Sport Context—Implications for Research and Practice

Tuomas Immonen, Eric Brymer, Keith Davids, Timo Jaakkola
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Alternatively, we propose how an ecological perspective of human behaviors, such as interactions with the environment, may provide an appropriate conceptualization to guide and enhance future research  ...  This lens has emphasized human error as one of the main factors in explaining human actions and behavior in uncertain backcountry environments, often including the assumption that humans weigh up their  ...  In addition, the past use of human error terms, theories, and methods has unquestionably led to progress being made in the field.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19063691 pmid:35329384 pmcid:PMC8954411 fatcat:pqulrvy2jfdpvarrhiq6mfk6na

Designed for work, but not from here

Roberta M. Melvin, Andrea Bunt
2012 Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference on - DIS '12  
Larger human networks are common, where members have diverse levels of network access.  ...  Search Connected, a prototype tool, looks to leverage this human network to mitigate challenges that might be experienced during work in remote locations, improving search productivity.  ...  Error bars show standard error.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2317956.2317984 dblp:conf/ACMdis/MelvinB12 fatcat:jqleecn62bcj3g35izl2pjttam

Tools for Stored Interactive Multimedia

Ole Vedel Villumsen
1996 DAIMI Report Series  
Do hypermedia designers often make synchronization errors? 2. If they do, are these errors caught as easily with other (and maybe less formal) methods, or do they often pass unnoticed?  ...  Patrick Sénac, Roberto Willrich and Michel Diaz claim that the methodology can reduce design errors significantly.  ...  Safety. More high-level specification can be allowed, thereby eliminating some error possibilities.  ... 
doi:10.7146/dpb.v25i508.7037 fatcat:wkrsn4p2h5f6fdldqecmbium44

On Lions, Impala, and Bigraphs

Steve Benford, Muffy Calder, Tom Rodden, Michele Sevegnani
2016 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
We establish a modelling approach based on four perspectives on ubiquitous systems -Computational, Physical, Human and Technology -and explore how these interact with one another.  ...  re-design to resolve this.  ...  Formal methods on the other hand may speak more readily to software designers and can offer a level of proof of correctness that is important in some application areas, for example safety-critical systems  ... 
doi:10.1145/2882784 fatcat:5awghlyp3fc43iaopql4fzlb3a

"Banana Time": Job Satisfaction and Informal Interaction

Donald Roy
1959 Human Organization  
Jt a “Banana Time’ HUMAN ORGANIZATION Job Satisfaction and Informal Interaction Donald F.  ...  George now offered Sammy direct, savage criticisms of his work.  ... 
doi:10.17730/humo.18.4.07j88hr1p4074605 fatcat:jpntdsayhrcdxjf7sylghb44ra
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