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Computers in Human Behavior

2002 Volume 18, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Gender Influences on Children's Computer Attitudes and Cognitions

    Alice S. North & J M. Noyes

    This study considers whether technophobia is a transitory phenomenon by assessing computer attitudes and cognition of 11- and 12-year-old children in an English secondary school via self-reporting ... More

    pp. 135-50

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  2. Predictors of Web-Student Performance: The Role of Self-Efficacy and Reasons for Taking an On-Line Class

    Alvin Y. Wang & Michael H. Newlin

    Investigated college students' personal choices for taking Web-based courses and whether their self-efficacy for the course content and technological components would predict performance in online ... More

    pp. 151-63

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  3. Think or Click? Student Preference for Overt vs. Covert Responding in Web-Based Instruction

    Amy M. Haggas & Donald A. Hantula

    Investigates undergraduate student preference for overt vs. covert responding in a Web-based tutorial using a within-subject design. Explains covert question format, which requires passive thinking... More

    pp. 165-72

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