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I think you are talking about cognitive psychology. This type of science is concerned with attention, working memory (short-term, long-term), perception and other general capabilities of human brain to perceive, process and act upon stimuli. Alternatively, you want to read more about information architecture which is concerned with how to display ...


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The various subdisciplines of design are much more Venn diagram than distinct categories, and people tend to use the terms somewhat interchangeably and/or not-entirely-accurately (your first UX course being mostly about project management is a great example -- you weren't using the wrong term, arguably the course designers were.) Several of the issues you ...



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