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Factors in Clinicians' Resistance to Automation in Mental Health ARTICLE

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Computers in Human Services Volume 1, Number 3,

Abstract

Reviews recent literature on resistance to automation by professionals in mental health. The variables identified as important factors in resistance are organized into structural variables (at the individual, group, and environment levels) and process variables. Current trends in automation are also discussed regarding their potential for affecting future acceptance. (Author)

Citation

Hammer, A.L. & Hile, M.G. (1985). Factors in Clinicians' Resistance to Automation in Mental Health. Computers in Human Services, 1(3), 1-25. Retrieved June 24, 2018 from .

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