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- Principal Researcher, Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group, Microsoft Research 
- Ph.D. in cognitive psychology from the University of California (1981), where he was advised by Donald Norman.
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- Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction
- Edit and write column on HCI history for ACM Interactions
The history of library and information science is covered here, along with HCI research in human factors, information systems, and computer science (CHI).
- Grudin, Jonathan (2011). "Human-Computer Interaction," in: Cronin, B., ed. (2011), Annual Review of Information Science and Technology 45: 369-430. [^]
- Grudin, Jonathan & Donald Norman (1991). "Language evolution and human-computer interaction." Proc. Cognitive Science Conference, 611-616. (PDF). The forces that shape languages provide insights into limitations of consistency in interaction design.
- Grudin, Jonathan & A. MacLean (1984). "Adapting a psychophysical method to measure performance and preference tradeoffs in human-computer interaction." Proc. INTERACT '84, 737-741. (PDF). More a poster than a paper, my first HCI study identified a distinction that 20 years later shaped my view of HCI history.