Psychology of computer use: XXVII. Relating self-rated computer experience to computer stress

Ballance, Collin T.; Ballance, Vickie V.
April 1993
Psychological Reports;Apr93, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p680
Academic Journal
Examines the scores on Hudiburg's Computer Technology Hassles Scale for groups of subjects who declared their computer experience on a nominal scale. Assessment of relationship of self-reported computer experience to computer-related stress; Nonsignificance of statistical differences.


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