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From Design Cognition to Evidence-based Design: Addressing the Cognition of Users and Architects alike

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From Design Cognition to Evidence-based Design: Addressing the Cognition of Users and Architects alike. / Brösamle, Martin; Dalton, Ruth; Hoelscher, Christoph.

2014. Paper presented at International Conference on Human Behaviour in Design, Ascona, Switzerland.

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Brösamle, M, Dalton, R & Hoelscher, C 2014, 'From Design Cognition to Evidence-based Design: Addressing the Cognition of Users and Architects alike', Paper presented at International Conference on Human Behaviour in Design, Ascona, Switzerland, 14/10/14 - 17/10/14.

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Brösamle, M., Dalton, R., & Hoelscher, C. (2014). From Design Cognition to Evidence-based Design: Addressing the Cognition of Users and Architects alike. Paper presented at International Conference on Human Behaviour in Design, Ascona, Switzerland.

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Brösamle M, Dalton R, Hoelscher C. From Design Cognition to Evidence-based Design: Addressing the Cognition of Users and Architects alike. 2014. Paper presented at International Conference on Human Behaviour in Design, Ascona, Switzerland.

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Brösamle, Martin ; Dalton, Ruth ; Hoelscher, Christoph. / From Design Cognition to Evidence-based Design: Addressing the Cognition of Users and Architects alike. Paper presented at International Conference on Human Behaviour in Design, Ascona, Switzerland.

Bibtex

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