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The study investigated: (1) the form of the relationship between scores on computer anxiety and scores on computer experience; and (2) differences in computer anxiety scores and prevalence rates between groups of individuals with presumably differential early exposure to computer-based...
This study compares reported romantic relationships of chat room users in cyberspace vs. in face-to-face relationships in everyday contexts (“realspace”). As hypothesized, involvement — particularly commitment and seriousness — tended to be lower in cyberspace than in realspace romantic...
College students often listen to music while they use a computer. This experiment investigated whether background music disrupts their ability to word process fluently and effectively. Forty-five psychology undergraduates wrote brief expository essays. Background music significantly disrupted...
This article introduces a cognitive-behavioral model of Pathological Internet Use (PIU). While previous studies on Internet addiction have described behavioral factors, such as withdrawal and tolerance, the present article focuses on the maladaptive cognitions associated with PIU. The...
A screen often has to present information clearly and also act as the locus for interacting with the system. This is a complex area, involving some psychological understanding, as well as aspects of graphical design. Although knowledge of the users' tasks and abilities is the key to designing...
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