Klaus Opwis
Klaus Opwis
University of Basel, Switzerland
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Towards understanding the effects of individual gamification elements on intrinsic motivation and performance
ED Mekler, F Brühlmann, AN Tuch, K Opwis
Computers in human behavior 71, 525-534, 2017
The Fatigue Scale for Motor and Cognitive Functions (FSMC): validation of a new instrument to assess multiple sclerosis-related fatigue
IK Penner, C Raselli, M Stöcklin, K Opwis, L Kappos, P Calabrese
Multiple Sclerosis Journal 15 (12), 1509-1517, 2009
Do points, levels and leaderboards harm intrinsic motivation? An empirical analysis of common gamification elements
ED Mekler, F Brühlmann, K Opwis, AN Tuch
Proceedings of the First International Conference on gameful design …, 2013
Satisfaction, image and loyalty: new versus experienced customers
TA Brunner, M Stöcklin, K Opwis
European journal of marketing 42 (9/10), 1095-1105, 2008
The role of visual complexity and prototypicality regarding first impression of websites: Working towards understanding aesthetic judgments
AN Tuch, EE Presslaber, M Stöcklin, K Opwis, JA Bargas-Avila
International journal of human-computer studies 70 (11), 794-811, 2012
Is beautiful really usable? Toward understanding the relation between usability, aesthetics, and affect in HCI
AN Tuch, SP Roth, K Hornbæk, K Opwis, JA Bargas-Avila
Computers in human behavior 28 (5), 1596-1607, 2012
Visual complexity of websites: Effects on users’ experience, physiology, performance, and memory
AN Tuch, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis, FH Wilhelm
International journal of human-computer studies 67 (9), 703-715, 2009
Trust and distrust on the web: User experiences and website characteristics
M Seckler, S Heinz, S Forde, AN Tuch, K Opwis
Computers in human behavior 45, 39-50, 2015
Disassembling gamification: the effects of points and meaning on user motivation and performance
ED Mekler, F Brühlmann, K Opwis, AN Tuch
CHI'13 extended abstracts on human factors in computing systems, 1137-1142, 2013
A systematic review of quantitative studies on the enjoyment of digital entertainment games
ED Mekler, JA Bopp, AN Tuch, K Opwis
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2014
Chess expertise and memory for chess positions in children and adults
W Schneider, H Gruber, A Gold, K Opwis
Journal of experimental child psychology 56 (3), 328-349, 1993
Symmetry and aesthetics in website design: It’sa man’s business
AN Tuch, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (6), 1831-1837, 2010
Sleep–wake cycles and cognitive functioning in schizophrenia
V Bromundt, M Köster, A Georgiev-Kill, K Opwis, A Wirz-Justice, G Stoppe, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 198 (4), 269-276, 2011
Analysis of impairment related functional architecture in MS patients during performance of different attention tasks
IK Penner, M Rausch, L Kappos, K Opwis, EW Radü
Journal of neurology 250, 461-472, 2003
Negative emotion, positive experience? Emotionally moving moments in digital games
JA Bopp, ED Mekler, K Opwis
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2016
How do we learn in a negative mood? Effects of a negative mood on transfer and learning
S Brand, T Reimer, K Opwis
Learning and instruction 17 (1), 1-16, 2007
Linking objective design factors with subjective aesthetics: An experimental study on how structure and color of websites affect the facets of users’ visual aesthetic perception
M Seckler, K Opwis, AN Tuch
Computers in Human Behavior 49, 375-389, 2015
Working memory training in patients with multiple sclerosis–comparison of two different training schedules
A Vogt, L Kappos, P Calabrese, M Stöcklin, L Gschwind, K Opwis, ...
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 27 (3), 225-235, 2009
Beyond web content accessibility guidelines: Design of enhanced text user interfaces for blind internet users
S Leuthold, JA Bargas-Avila, K Opwis
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 66 (4), 257-270, 2008
How weird is CHI?
S Linxen, C Sturm, F Brühlmann, V Cassau, K Opwis, K Reinecke
Proceedings of the 2021 chi conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2021
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