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In Medias Res : Journal of the Philosophy of Media, Vol.5 No.9 September 2016. -

In this paper we explore the relationship between the creative bonding and human computer interaction HCI. Today, faced with various, diverse and incredibly different definitions, theoretical models for conceptualizing bonding and HCI, coupled with huge variety of contradictory methods and techniques for measuring it, we were encouraged to create an Integrative approach. Our Integrative approach is inspired by Card, Newell and Moran, 1983, Relational Transactional Analysis Hargaden and Sills, 2008 and Creative bonding Mandić and Ristić, 2013. In this rapidly changing world technological progress is fascinating, becoming rather a universal than a rare and exceptional human experience. Researches observe different ways in which humans interact with computers and design technologies that lets humans interact with computers in novel ways. Today’s Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction is much more concerned with those communication issues. Computer created a new possibility and place to an open-ended dialog between the user and the computer. Humans dreamt of a perfect object, might it be it? Can we play with our magical toy and have a sense of being real at the same time? It is not only a handy gadget, it will endure all of our projections, as well as other defense mechanisms, becoming a perfect transitional object and imaginary friend ready to play, never abandon and ready to go if we get bored of it.

HCI; creative bonding; changing communication; play

Autor: Tijana Mandić - ; Faculty of Drama Arts, University of Arts, Belgrade Bojana Škorc - ; Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Arts



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