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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1992 Volume 8, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. American and Soviet Children's Attitudes toward Computers

    C Dianne Martin

    Describes a study that examined the attitudes of 8- to 12-year-old U.S. and former Soviet children toward computers by comparing their responses to attitude statements and their drawings of... More

    pp. 155-85

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  2. Computerized Adaptive Mastery Tests as Expert Systems

    Theodore W. Frick

    Discussion of expert systems and computerized adaptive tests describes two versions of EXSPRT, a new approach that combines uncertain inference in expert systems with sequential probability ratio... More

    pp. 187-213

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  3. Student Responses to Computers: A Longitudinal Study

    Kathy A. Krendl & Mary Broihier

    Describes a study that examined the evolution of students' perceptions in grades 4 through 10 concerning computers over the course of 3 years. The use of Clark's concept of media attributions is... More

    pp. 215-27

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