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Computer Anxiety and Measurement of Mood Change
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Computers in Human Behavior Volume 13, Number 3, ISSN 0747-5632

Abstract

Describes a study of undergraduates in the United Kingdom that investigated the relationship between computer anxiety and self-ratings of mood change. Mood was measured either by a computerized form of visual analog mood scales (VAMS) or by a paper-and-pencil test, the Velten Mood Induction Procedure and the Computer Anxiety Rating Scale was also used. (Author/LRW)

Citation

Tseng, H.M., Macleod, H.A. & Wright, P. (1997). Computer Anxiety and Measurement of Mood Change. Computers in Human Behavior, 13(3), 305. Retrieved June 24, 2019 from .

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