Journals by Subject
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- Advances in human factors/ergonomics v. 20, 1995., ScienceDirect
- Artificial intelligence in medicine v. 1-, 1989-, ScienceDirectv. 39-, 2007- ClinicalKey
- Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers v. 16-36, 1984-2004., Springer
- CIN plus v. 4-5, 2001-02., Ovid
- Cognitive science v. 20-, 1996-, Wileyv. 1-18, 1977-94. ScienceDirect
- ComPlexUs v. 1-3, 2003-06., Karger
- Computer aided surgery v. 2-15, 1997-2010., Informa Healthcarev. 2-7, 1997-2000. Wiley
- Computer applications in the biosciences v. 1-13, 1985-97., HighWire
- Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering v. 1-, 1997-, TandFonlinev. 5-, 2002- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- Computerized radiology v. 6-11, 1982-87., ScienceDirect
- Computers & chemistry v. 1-18, 1976-94., ScienceDirect
- Computers in cardiology 1988-, IEEE Xplore
- Computers in human behavior v. 1-, 1985-, ScienceDirect
- Computers in nursing v. 1-20, 1983-2002., Ovid
- Computers, informatics, nursing v. 20-, 2002-, Ovid
- EContent v. 22-, 1999-, Acad Search Prem
- Health management technology v. 18-, 1998-, Bus Source Complete
- Human technology v. 1-, 2005-, Univ JyväskHuman Technology is an interdisciplinary, multiscientific journal focusing on the human role in our modern technological world. The journal provides a forum for innovative and original research on timely and relevant topics with the goal of revealing current issues regarding the human dimension of evolving technologies, and then providing new ideas and effective solutions for addressing the challenges.Focusing on both everyday and vocational life, the journal is equally interested in the social, psychological, educational, cultural, philosophical, cognitive, scientific, and communication aspects of human-centered technology.
- IEEE transactions on information technology in biomedicine v. 1-, 1997-, IEEE
- Informatics review v. 1-, 1998-, Assoc Med Dir Inform Syst
- Interacting with computers v. 1-, 1989-, HighWire
- International journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery v. 1-, 2006-, Springer
- International journal of human-computer studies v. 40-, 1994-, ScienceDirect
- International journal of man-machine studies v. 1-39, 1969-93., ScienceDirect
- Journal of chemical information and computer sciences v. 15-44, 1975-2004., Am Chem Soc
- Journal of computer-mediated communication v. 1-, 1995-, Wiley
- Journal of image guided surgery v. 1, 1995., Informa Healthcare
- Journal of statistical software v. 1-, 1996-
- Knowledge acquisition v. 1-6, 1989-94., ScienceDirect
- Medical informatics v. 1-23, 1976-98., Informa Healthcare
- Pattern recognition v. 1-, 1968-, ScienceDirect
- Pattern recognition letters v. 1-, 1982-, ScienceDirect
- Proceedings ... AMIA annual Fall Symposium 1997., Am Med Informatics Assoc
- Simulation in healthcare v. 1-, 2006-, Ovid
- Social science computer review v. 6-, 1988-, HighWire
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