Welcoming submissions on:
Basic research: How humans understand and use technology, impacts of technology
on human experience and behavior, human–technology interactions as mutually
adaptive systems, role of technology in advancing other areas of scientific research,
and related topics.
Foundations of technology design: Development of technologies informed by
psychological, behavioral, and social science research.
Applications: Development, use, and impact of specific technologies in domains such as
aging, education, mental and physical health, recreation, and the workplace.
Broader implications: Evidence-based analyses of ethical, legal, social, and policy
questions concerning the opportunities and challenges arising from human-technology.
Open access journal from the American Psychological Association
seeks to publish innovative research on human–technology interaction
Become a TMB author or reviewer at open.apa.org/tmb-acm
INAUGURAL EDITOR: Danielle S. McNamara, PhD, Arizona State University
laboratory at Arizona State University. Her research focuses on cognitive and
learning sciences, reading comprehension, writing, text and learning analytics,
natural language processing, computational linguistics, and intelligent tutoring
systems. At the lab, this includes the development and assessment of natural
language processing tools (e.g., Coh-Metrix) and game-based intelligent tutoring
systems (e.g., iSTART, Writing Pal). Her academic background spans from linguistics
and clinical psychology to cognitive science and human–computer interaction.
Technology, Mind, and Behavior