Psychology of computer use: XXXV. Differences in computer users' stress and self-concept in

Hudiburg, Richard A.; Necessary, James R.
June 1996
Psychological Reports;Jun96, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p931
Academic Journal
Examines the differences in computer users' stress and self-concept in college personnel and students. Negative relationship between computer users' stress and self-concept for students; Role of self-concept in moderating the relationship between computer users' stress and stress outcomes for only the faculty-staff sample.


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