Gender HCI Publications Public Resource

Gender HCI Resource Categories

This page is a listing of papers that have been found to be helpful to one or more researchers interested in the topic of Gender HCI. Gender HCI research aims to learn elements of software's design that seem to relate differently to different genders, with the ultimate goal of helping software developers learn how to design software that is a good fit to everyone in their intended audience. More information about what Gender HCI is can be found at the Wikipedia article.

This page is hosted by the EUSES Consortium, but it is a public page open to anyone who can contribute to this resource. Email your contributions of bibliographic information (with links if allowed/available) to us at eusesconsortium@eecs.oregonstate.edu.

The organization of the page starts with papers directly about the topic of Gender HCI. It then moves to a variety of other factors that contribute to this topic (Confidence, Motivation, etc.), including papers on both the theory bases and on the ways those theories apply to gender issues.

Gender HCI

Confidence

Motivation

Gender Differences in Information Processing Style

Risk

Learning Styles

Games

Other Papers Related to Gender HCI

This resource is supported by the EUSES Consortium's Gender HCI project