Nikola Marangunić is for the past seven years a junior researcher on the project Usability and Adaptivity of Interfaces for Intelligent Authoring Shells led by Dr. Sc. Andrina Granić on the Faculty of Science, University of Split. He graduated psychology on the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb where he also achieved his M. A. degree in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. At the University of Zagreb he also earned his PhD in the interdisciplinary field of Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction focusing on user acceptance of technology, mainly dealing with cognitive and metacognitive abilities and age related factors contributing predictive validity of the particular technology acceptance models. His scientific interests are multidisciplinary researches in the field of Human-Computer Interaction which he contributes through perspective of Cognitive Psychology.
Faculty of Science, University of Split (Croatia)