The objective of this study is to conduct a meta-review analysis of the human-computer interaction (HCI) literature by investigating research productivity and conducting a citation analysis of individuals, institutions, and countries. The meta-analysis focuses on the three leading peer-reviewed, refereed journals in this area: International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, Human-Computer Interaction, and Behavior and Information Technology. Results indicate that research productivity is exploding and that there are several leading authors and foundation publications that are referenced regularly.