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Computer-expertise, computer self-efficacy e Internet attitude come fattori che predicono l’ansia da computer. Una ricerca su un gruppo di docenti del territorio palermitano
Journal Title: PSICOTECH 
Author/s: Filippo La Paglia, Barbara Caci, Daniele La Barbera 
Year:  2008 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  14 Pg. 45-58 FullText PDF:  233 KB

Computer-expertise, computer self-efficacy e Internet attitude come fattori che predicono l’ansia da computer. Una ricerca su un gruppo di docenti del territorio palermitano - Computer-expertise, computer self-efficacy and Internet attitude were analyzed as predictors for computer-anxiety in a population of 77 Italian teachers. Results at a multiple regression analysis showed that only low computer self-efficacy predicts anxiety toward computers, whereas this is not the case of low computer-expertise or low Internet attitude. Such outcomes suggest the possibility to design training or psychological treatments aimed at modifying negative perceptions toward computers of techno-stressed people more than increasing their effective computer expertise or feelings toward the Internet. Keywords: Computer-expertise, Internet attitude, Computer-anxiety.

Filippo La Paglia, Barbara Caci, Daniele La Barbera, in "PSICOTECH" 1/2008, pp. 45-58, DOI:

   

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