Assessing Personality Differences in Human-Technology Interaction: An Overview of Key Self-report Scales to Predict Successful Interaction


Art der Publikation: Conference Paper

Veröffentlicht auf / in: HCI International 2017 - Posters' Extended Abstracts, Part I, CCIS 713

Jahr: 2017

Seiten: 19-29

Verlag (Publisher): Springer


ISBN: 978-3-319-58749-3


Christiane Attig

Daniel Wessel

Thomas Franke


For a comprehensive understanding of user diversity, a reliable and valid assessment of stable user characteristics is essential. In the field of human-technology interaction, a plethora of personality-related constructs linked to the experience of and interaction with technical systems has been discussed. A key question for researchers in the field is thus: Which are the key personality concepts and scales for characterizing inter-individual differences in user technology interaction? Based on a literature review and citation analysis, a structured overview of frequently used technology-related personality constructs and corresponding self-report scales is provided. Changes in the popularity and content of scales and concepts that occured over time as well as overlap between constructs and scales are discussed to facilitate scale selection.

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