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.
Coursaris, Contantinos K. and Bontis, Nick, "A Meta Review of HCI Literature: Citation Impact and Research Productivity Rankings" (2012). SIGHCI 2012 Proceedings. 9.