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Gender, Computer-Assisted Learning, and Anxiety: With a Little Help from a Friend
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Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 15, Number 1, ISSN 0735-6331

Abstract

Examines the effects of group gender composition and the use of nonverbal computer mediated communication on performance and motivation following a biology lesson which used a computer image of a human face. Subjects were boys and girls ages 10 to 15. Findings indicate that anxiety had opposite effects for boys and girls when the computer-animated tutor was present on the screen. (AEF)

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Cooper, J. & Stone, J. (1996). Gender, Computer-Assisted Learning, and Anxiety: With a Little Help from a Friend. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 15(1), 67-91. Retrieved January 18, 2020 from .

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