Motivational Influences on Computer-Related Affective States
Computers in Human Behavior Volume 15, Number 5, ISSN 0747-5632
This study of college students examined the effects of motivation to learn to use computers, and previous experience with computers, on three computer-related affective states: anxiety, attitudes, and self-efficacy. Discusses gender differences, path analysis, effects on academic performance, and intrinsic versus extrinsic reasons for taking the course. Contains 60 references. (Author/LRW)
Coffin, R.J. & MacIntyre, P.D. (1999). Motivational Influences on Computer-Related Affective States. Computers in Human Behavior, 15(5), 549.
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