Gender Differences in Computer-Related Attitudes: It Depends on What You Ask
Computers in Human Behavior Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 0747-5632
Gender differences in attitudes toward computers are examined. Subjects were 136 male and 185 female introductory psychology students. The following were assessed: self confidence; anxiety; beliefs about the impact of computers on society; general positive and negative beliefs; and effects of prior experience. (Author/AEF)
Whitley, B.E. (1996). Gender Differences in Computer-Related Attitudes: It Depends on What You Ask. Computers in Human Behavior, 12(2), 275.
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