School of Informatics
- Kanslihuset 410B
Jessica Lindblom is a senior lecturer of cognitive science. My research interests are social aspects of embodied, situated, and distributed cognition, and their implications to interactive technology.
PhD in Cognitive Systems, Linköping University, 2007
MSc in Informatics, University of Skövde, 2001
BSc in Cognitive Science, University of Skövde, 2000
Veterinary assistent, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Skara, 1994
Considering farmers' situated knowledge of using agricultural decision support systems (AgriDSS) to Foster farming practices: The case of CropSATLundström Christina, Lindblom JessicaAgricultural Systems, 2018, 159, 9-20.
Motivations and needs for adoption of the agricultural decision support system CropSAT in advisory services
Lundström Chrstina, Lindblom JessicaInternational Journal of Agricultural Extension, 2018, 71-82.
The Robot Illusion: Facts and Fiction
Rosén Julia, Richardson Kathleen, Lindblom Jessica et al.Proceedings of Workshop in Explainable Robotics System (HRI). 2018.
CLAM – A method for cognitive load assessment in manufacturingThorvald Peter, Lindblom Jessica, Andreasson RebeccaAdvances in Manufacturing Technology XXXI (114-119). Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2017.
Coordinating the interruption of assembly workers in manufacturing
Kolbeinsson Ari, Thorvald Peter, Lindblom JessicaApplied Ergonomics, 2017, 58, 361-371.
Interruptions in the wild: portraying the handling of interruptions in manufacturing from a distributed cognition lens
Andreasson Rebecca, Lindblom Jessica, Thorvald PeterCognition, Technology & Work, 2017, 19(1), 85-108.
Managing Mediated Interruptions in Manufacturing: Selected Strategies Used for Coping with Cognitive Load
Lindblom Jessica, Gündert JonnaAdvances in Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering: Proceedings of the AHFE 2016 International Conference on Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering, July 27-31, 2016, Walt Disney World®, Florida, USA (389-403). Springer, 2017.
Manufacturing in the wild: viewing human-based assembly through the lens of distributed cognition
Lindblom Jessica, Thorvald PeterProduction & Manufacturing Research, 2017, 5(1), 57-80.
Missing mediated interruptions in manual assembly: Critical aspects of breakpoint selection
Kolbeinsson Ari, Lindblom Jessica, Thorvald PeterApplied Ergonomics, 2017, 61, 90-101.
Promoting sustainable intensification in precision agriculture: review of decision support systems development and strategies
Lindblom Jessica, Lundström Christina, Ljung Magnus et al.Precision Agriculture, 2017, 18(3), 309-331.