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Computers in Human Behavior

1989 Volume 5, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. An Integrated Framework for CBI Screen Design and Layout

    Michael J. Hannafin & Simon Hooper

    Discusses the importance of screen design in computer-based instruction (CBI), and presents a framework for screen design decisions based on the ROPES (Retrieving, Orienting, Presenting, Encoding, ... More

    pp. 155-65

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  2. Implications for the Design of Computer-Based Instruction Screens

    Gary R. Morrison

    Summarizes the results of five studies dealing with screen design for computer-based instruction (CBI) and provides suggestions for their application as well as future directions for research.... More

    pp. 167-73

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  3. Screen Layout Design: Research into the Overall Appearance of the Screen

    R Scott Grabinger

    Examines the current state of research into the visual effects of screen designs used in computer-assisted instruction and suggests areas for future efforts. Topics discussed include technical... More

    pp. 175-83

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  4. Functions, Applications, and Design Guidelines for Multiple Window Environments

    David H. Jonassen

    Defines the functions of windows that are used as visual display techniques in computer software systems, reviews research on the effectiveness of window environments, discusses knowledge... More

    pp. 185-94

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  5. Locus of Control and Computer Attitude: The Effect of User Involvement

    Stephen R. Hawk

    Describes study that was conducted to investigate the relationship between locus of control and user attitude toward computer based information systems (CBIS) used at work. The impact of user... More

    pp. 199-206

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  6. Effects of Psychology Courseware Use on Computer Anxiety in Students

    Matthew E. Lambert & Gerard Lenthall

    Describes study that examined the relationship between computer anxiety and the use of psychology courseware in an undergraduate abnormal psychology class using four computerized case simulations. ... More

    pp. 207-14

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