Academics

Samuel Jaffee

Title

Visiting Instructor

Discipline

Psychology

Educational Background

PhD: Bowling Green State University, 2015 (Psychology)

MA: Bowling Green State University, 2013 (Psychology)

BA: Olivet College, 2010 (Psychology)

Rank

Visiting Instructor

My career at Alma began in

2017

I'm an expert in

Visual perception, spatial cognition, human-computer interaction

Recent publications:

Poor, G. M., Jaffee, S. D., Leventhal, L. M., Klopfer, D. S., Klein, B. A., and Zimmerman, G. (2016). Applying the Norman 1986 user-centered model to Post-WIMP UIs: Theoretical predictions and empirical outcomes. ACM: Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 23(5): 30:1–30:33.
Poor, G. M., Zimmerman, G., Klopfer, D. S., Jaffee, S. D., Leventhal, L. M., and Barnes, J. (2013). Mobility matters: Identifying cognitive demands that are sensitive to mobility. In
Proceedings of INTERACT2013, pages 193–210, Cape Town, South Africa.
Klopfer, D. S., Onasch, C., Zimmerman, G., Leventhal, L. M., Gilkey, J., Klein, B. A., and Jaffee, S. D. (2013). Must geologists have high spatial ability to be successful in visual penetration? In Proceedings of
AAPG Hedburg Research Conference: 3D Structural Geologic Interpretation: Earth, Mind, and Machine, Reno, NV.
Poor, G. M., Tomlinson, B. J., Guinness, D., Jaffee, S. D., Leventhal, L. M., Zimmerman, G., and Klopfer, D. S. (2013). Tangible or gestural: Comparing tangible vs. Kinect interactions with an object manipulation task. In Proceedings of TEI13: Seventh International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction, Barcelona, Spain.

Recent presentations:

Jaffee, S. D. (2017). Applying the Norman 1986 user-centered model to Post-WIMP UIs: Theoretical predictions and empirical outcomes. Invited presentation at CHI2017, Denver, CO.