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The Electronic Mirror: Human-Computer Interaction and Change in Self-Appraisals
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Computers in Human Behavior Volume 14, Number 1, ISSN 0747-5632

Abstract

Compares humanlike versus machinelike interactional styles of computer interfaces, testing hypotheses that evaluative feedback conveyed through a humanlike interface will have greater impact on individuals' self-appraisals. Reflected appraisals were more influenced by computer feedback than were self-appraisals. Humanlike and machinelike interface styles did not have significantly different effects. (Author/AEF)

Citation

De Laere, K.H., Lundgren, D.C. & Howe, S.R. (1998). The Electronic Mirror: Human-Computer Interaction and Change in Self-Appraisals. Computers in Human Behavior, 14(1), 43-59. Retrieved September 23, 2020 from .

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