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Human Factors in a Computer Assisted Foreign Language Environment: The Effects of Gender, Personality, and Keyboard Control
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CALICO Journal Volume 13, ISSN 0742-7778

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Examines the effects of gender, personality, and keyboard control on foreign language and interaction patterns of 60 intermediate French students in a computer-assisted language learning environment at the university level. Results indicate that learning achievement and interaction patterns at the computer are more strongly related to personality differences and keyboard control than to gender differences. (51 references) (Author/CK)

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Meunier, L.E. (1996). Human Factors in a Computer Assisted Foreign Language Environment: The Effects of Gender, Personality, and Keyboard Control. CALICO Journal, 13,. Retrieved June 4, 2020 from .

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