Volume 26, Number 1, January 2010
- Bas Kollöffel, Tessa H. S. Eysink, Ton de Jong:
The influence of learner-generated domain representations on learning combinatorics and probability theory.
- Dong-Mo Koo, Young-Yun Choi:
Knowledge search and people with high epistemic curiosity.
- Li-An Ho, Tsung-Hsien Kuo:
How can one amplify the effect of e-learning? An examination of high-tech employees' computer attitude and flow experience.
- Tai-Kuei Yu, Long-Chuan Lu, Tsai-Feng Liu:
Exploring factors that influence knowledge sharing behavior via weblogs.
- Chung-Chi Shen, Jyh-Shen Chiou:
The impact of perceived ease of use on Internet service adoption: The moderating effects of temporal distance and perceived risk.
- Fong-Gong Wu, Cheih-Ying Chen, Ying-Jye Lee, Rain Chen:
Effects of color sample display and color sample grouping on screen layout usability for customized product color selection.
- Rita S. Mano, Gustavo S. Mesch:
E-mail characteristics, work performance and distress.
- Sarah Ransdell:
Online activity, motivation, and reasoning among adult learners.
- Yao-Ting Sung, Kuo-En Chang, Huei-Tse Hou, Pin-Fu Chen:
Designing an electronic guidebook for learning engagement in a museum of history.
- Heisawn Jeong, Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver:
Productive use of learning resources in an online problem-based learning environment.
- Marjolijn L. Antheunis, Patti M. Valkenburg, Jochen Peter:
Getting acquainted through social network sites: Testing a model of online uncertainty reduction and social attraction.
- Erol Ozcelik, Ismahan Arslan-Ari, Kursat Cagiltay:
Why does signaling enhance multimedia learning? Evidence from eye movements.
Volume 26, Number 2, March 2010
- James Reininger:
My Text: An alternative to the traditional textbook.
- Geoffrey K. F. Tso, Kelvin K. W. Yau, Monique S. M. Cheung:
Latent constructs determining Internet job search behaviors: Motivation, opportunity and job change intention.
- Weimiao Fan, Zheng Yan:
Factors affecting response rates of the web survey: A systematic review.
- Pavlo D. Antonenko, Dale S. Niederhauser:
The influence of leads on cognitive load and learning in a hypertext environment.
- Chris Phielix, Frans J. Prins, Paul A. Kirschner:
Awareness of group performance in a CSCL-environment: Effects of peer feedback and reflection.
- Leman Pinar Tosun, Timo Lajunen:
Does Internet use reflect your personality? Relationship between Eysenck's personality dimensions and Internet use.
- Jingyuan Zhao:
School knowledge management framework and strategies: The new perspective on teacher professional development.
- Kevin Durkin, Gina Conti-Ramsden, Allan J. Walker:
Computer-mediated communication in adolescents with and without a history of specific language impairment (SLI).
- Kee-Young Kwahk, Hyunchul Ahn:
Moderating effects of localization differences on ERP use: A socio-technical systems perspective.
- Poornima Madhavan, Rachel R. Phillips:
Effects of computer self-efficacy and system reliability on user interaction with decision support systems.
- José Emilio Labra Gayo, Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos, Juan Manuel Cueva Lovelle:
WESONet: Applying semantic web technologies and collaborative tagging to multimedia web information systems.
- José Barranquero Tolosa, José Emilio Labra Gayo, Ana Belén Martínez Prieto, Sheila Méndez Núñez, Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos:
Interactive web environment for collaborative and extensible diagram based learning.
- Yoonhyuk Jung, Hyunmee Kang:
User goals in social virtual worlds: A means-end chain approach.
- Shaojung Sharon Wang, Shin-Il Moon, Kyounghee Hazel Kwon, Carolyn A. Evans, Michael A. Stefanone:
Face off: Implications of visual cues on initiating friendship on Facebook.
- Yu-Hui Fang, Chao-Min Chiu:
In justice we trust: Exploring knowledge-sharing continuance intentions in virtual communities of practice.
- Teresa Correa, Amber Willard Hinsley, Homero Gil de Zúñiga:
Who interacts on the Web?: The intersection of users' personality and social media use.
- Ohbyung Kwon, Yixing Wen:
An empirical study of the factors affecting social network service use.
Volume 26, Number 3, May 2010 Reviews
- Daniel C. Moos, Elizabeth Marroquin:
Multimedia, hypermedia, and hypertext: Motivation considered and reconsidered.
- Robert S. Tokunaga:
Following you home from school: A critical review and synthesis of research on cyberbullying victimization.
- J. van der Pol, Wilfried Admiraal, P. Robert-Jan Simons:
Peer evaluation in online anchored discussion for an increased local relevance of replies.
- Tom Benjamin:
eGames: Is imagination the forgotten ingredient?
- Nathan D. Moss, Erin L. O'Connor, Katherine M. White:
Psychosocial predictors of the use of enhanced podcasting in student learning.
- Changsu Kim, Mirsobit Mirusmonov, In Lee:
An empirical examination of factors influencing the intention to use mobile payment.
- Linda A. Jackson, Alexander von Eye, Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Yong Zhao, Edward A. Witt:
Self-concept, self-esteem, gender, race and information technology use.
- Irena Stepanikova, Norman H. Nie, Xiaobin He:
Time on the Internet at home, loneliness, and life satisfaction: Evidence from panel time-diary data.
- Steve Herman:
Career HOPES: An Internet-delivered career development intervention.
- Satyanarayana Parayitam, Kiran J. Desai, Mayur S. Desai, Mary K. Eason:
Computer attitude as a moderator in the relationship between computer anxiety, satisfaction, and stress.
- Young Sik Kang, Heeseok Lee:
Understanding the role of an IT artifact in online service continuance: An extended perspective of user satisfaction.
- Noah Stupak, Nicholas DiFonzo, Andrew J. Younge, Christopher Homan:
SOCIALSENSE: Graphical user interface design considerations for social network experiment software.
- Quoc Hao Mach, Mathew D. Hunter, Ratvinder Singh Grewal:
Neurophysiological correlates in interface design: An HCI perspective.
- Dong-Mo Koo, Seon-Hee Ju:
The interactional effects of atmospherics and perceptual curiosity on emotions and online shopping intention.
- Min Gyu Kim, Joohan Kim:
Cross-validation of reliability, convergent and discriminant validity for the problematic online game use scale.
- Stella Korobili, Aspasia Togia, Afrodite Malliari:
Computer anxiety and attitudes among undergraduate students in Greece.
- Amanda Nosko, Eileen Wood, Seija Molema:
All about me: Disclosure in online social networking profiles: The case of FACEBOOK.
- Ladislao Salmerón, Laura Gil, Ivar Bråten, Helge I. Strømsø:
Comprehension effects of signalling relationships between documents in search engines.
- Yeliz Yesilada, Simon Harper, Tianyi Chen, Shari Trewin:
Small-device users situationally impaired by input.
- Dale S. Niederhauser, Serkan Perkmen:
Beyond self-efficacy: Measuring pre-service teachers' Instructional Technology Outcome Expectations.
- Seung-A. Annie Jin:
The effects of incorporating a virtual agent in a computer-aided test designed for stress management education: The mediating role of enjoyment.
- Stefan L. Pauwels, Christian Hübscher, Javier A. Bargas-Avila, Klaus Opwis:
Building an interaction design pattern language: A case study.
- Mohammad Hannan:
Analysis on the evolution of the discourse on computer software and programming languages in the light of literary genres and POWER-KNOWLEDGE.
- Eric N. Wiebe, Edward Roberts, Tara S. Behrend:
An examination of two mental workload measurement approaches to understanding multimedia learning.
- Ibrahim Akman, Alok Mishra:
Gender, age and income differences in internet usage among employees in organizations.
Volume 26, Number 4, July 2010 Special Section Papers
- Jan-Willem Strijbos, Armin Weinberger:
Emerging and scripted roles in computer-supported collaborative learning.
- Jan-Willem Strijbos, Maarten De Laat:
Developing the role concept for computer-supported collaborative learning: An explorative synthesis.
- Armin Weinberger, Karsten Stegmann, Frank Fischer:
Learning to argue online: Scripted groups surpass individuals (unscripted groups do not).
- Bram de Wever, Hilde van Keer, Tammy Schellens, Martin Valcke:
Roles as a structuring tool in online discussion groups: The differential impact of different roles on social knowledge construction.
- Johann W. Sarmiento, Wesley Shumar:
Boundaries and roles: Positioning and social location in the Virtual Math Teams (VMT) online community.
- Isa Jahnke:
Dynamics of social roles in a knowledge management community.
- Hans Spada:
Of scripts, roles, positions, and models.
- Christopher M. Hoadley:
Roles, design, and the nature of CSCL.
- Michael E. Lantz:
The use of 'Clickers' in the classroom: Teaching innovation or merely an amusing novelty?
- Kon Shing Kenneth Chung, Liaquat Hossain:
Towards a social network model for understanding information and communication technology use for general practitioners in rural Australia.
- Chei Sian Lee:
Managing perceived communication failures with affordances of ICTs.
- Fathi Essalmi, Leila Jemni Ben Ayed, Mohamed Jemni, Kinshuk, Sabine Graf:
A fully personalization strategy of E-learning scenarios.
- T. Nordgreen, B. Standal, H. Mannes, T. Haug, B. Sivertsen, Per Carlbring, Gerhard Andersson, E. Heiervang, O. E. Havik:
Guided self-help via internet for panic disorder: Dissemination across countries.
- Bassam Hasan:
Exploring gender differences in online shopping attitude.
- Reza G. Jahromi, Masoud G. Lavasani, Ahmad Rastegar, Alireza Mooghali:
Presenting a model of predicting computer anxiety in terms of epistemological beliefs and achievement goals.
- Russell A. Sabella, Timothy A. Poynton, Madelyn L. Isaacs:
School counselors perceived importance of counseling technology competencies.
- Hamid Nach, Albert Lejeune:
Coping with information technology challenges to identity: A theoretical framework.
- Geeta C. D'Souza, Stephen M. Colarelli:
Team member selection decisions for virtual versus face-to-face teams.
- Ludwig Christian Schaupp, Lemuria Carter, Megan E. McBride:
E-file adoption: A study of U.S. taxpayers' intentions.
- Zixiu Guo, Felix B. Tan, Tim Turner, Huizhong Xu:
Group norms, media preferences, and group meeting success: A longitudinal study.
- Susan McKenney, Joke Voogt:
Technology and young children: How 4-7 year olds perceive their own use of computers.
- Eun-Ju Lee:
The more humanlike, the better? How speech type and users' cognitive style affect social responses to computers.
- Yung-Ming Li, Yung-Shao Yeh:
Increasing trust in mobile commerce through design aesthetics.
- Sergio Picazo-Vela, Shih Yung Chou, Arlyn J. Melcher, John M. Pearson:
Why provide an online review? An extended theory of planned behavior and the role of Big-Five personality traits.
- Tobias Kowatsch, Wolfgang Maass:
In-store consumer behavior: How mobile recommendation agents influence usage intentions, product purchases, and store preferences.
- Deborah Nelson, Kim-Phuong L. Vu:
Effectiveness of image-based mnemonic techniques for enhancing the memorability and security of user-generated passwords.
- Amber Walraven, Saskia Brand-Gruwel, Henny P. A. Boshuizen:
Fostering transfer of websearchers' evaluation skills: A field test of two transfer theories.
- G.-J. Meerkerk, Regina J. J. M. van den Eijnden, I. H. A. Franken, H. F. L. Garretsen:
Is compulsive internet use related to sensitivity to reward and punishment, and impulsivity?
- Erik Hedman, Brjánn Ljótsson, Christian Rück, Tomas Furmark, Per Carlbring, Nils Lindefors, Gerhard Andersson:
Internet administration of self-report measures commonly used in research on social anxiety disorder: A psychometric evaluation.
- Kuan-Chung Chen, Syh-Jong Jang:
Motivation in online learning: Testing a model of self-determination theory.
- Patricia Wright, Anthony Soroka, Steve Belt, Duc Truong Pham, Stefan S. Dimov, David De Roure, Helen Petrie:
Using audio to support animated route information in a hospital touch-screen kiosk.
- Tao Zhou, Yaobin Lu, Bin Wang:
Integrating TTF and UTAUT to explain mobile banking user adoption.
- Yih-Chearng Shiue, Chao-Min Chiu, Chen-Chi Chang:
Exploring and mitigating social loafing in online communities.
- Junghyun Kim:
Balancing uniqueness and assimilation in computer-mediated groups.
Volume 26, Number 5, September 2010 Special Section Papers
- Carmen L. Z. Gress, Allyson Fiona Hadwin:
Advancing educational research on collaboration through the use of gStudy computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) tools: Introduction to special issue.
- Philip H. Winne, Allyson Fiona Hadwin, Carmen L. Z. Gress:
The learning kit project: Software tools for supporting and researching regulation of collaborative learning.
- Allyson Fiona Hadwin, Mika Oshige, Carmen L. Z. Gress, Philip H. Winne:
Innovative ways for using gStudy to orchestrate and research social aspects of self-regulated learning.
- Carmen L. Z. Gress, Meghann Fior, Allyson Fiona Hadwin, Philip H. Winne:
Measurement and assessment in computer-supported collaborative learning.
- R. Morris, Allyson Fiona Hadwin, Carmen L. Z. Gress, M. Miller, Meghann Fior, H. Church, Philip H. Winne:
Designing roles, scripts, and prompts to support CSCL in gStudy.
- Vive S. Kumar, Carmen L. Z. Gress, Allyson Fiona Hadwin, Philip H. Winne:
Assessing process in CSCL: An ontological approach.
- Philip C. Abrami:
On the nature of support in computer-supported collaborative learning using gStudy - January 17, 2009.
- Elizabeth M. Morgan, Tamara C. Richards, Emily M. VanNess:
Comparing narratives of personal and preferred partner characteristics in online dating advertisements.
- Ted (Tainyi) Luor, Ling-ling Wu, Hsi-Peng Lu, Yu-Hui Tao:
The effect of emoticons in simplex and complex task-oriented communication: An empirical study of instant messaging.
- Malinda Desjarlais, Teena Willoughby:
A longitudinal study of the relation between adolescent boys and girls' computer use with friends and friendship quality: Support for the social compensation or the rich-get-richer hypothesis?
- David C. Yen, Chin-Shan Wu, Fei-Fei Cheng, Yu-Wen Huang:
Determinants of users' intention to adopt wireless technology: An empirical study by integrating TTF with TAM.
- Ellen J. Helsper, Monica T. Whitty:
Netiquette within married couples: Agreement about acceptable online behavior and surveillance between partners.
- Bert Slof, Gijsbert Erkens, Paul A. Kirschner, Jos G. M. Jaspers, Jeroen Janssen:
Guiding students' online complex learning-task behavior through representational scripting.
- Petter Bae Brandtzæg:
Towards a unified Media-User Typology (MUT): A meta-analysis and review of the research literature on media-user typologies.
- Jeffrey T. Child, Esther A. Agyeman-Budu:
Blogging privacy management rule development: The impact of self-monitoring skills, concern for appropriateness, and blogging frequency.
- Mariëlle Leijten, Daniel Janssen, Luuk van Waes:
Error correction strategies of professional speech recognition users: Three profiles.
- Dina Burkolter, Annette Kluge, Jürgen Sauer, Sandrina Ritzmann:
Comparative study of three training methods for enhancing process control performance: Emphasis shift training, situation awareness training, and drill and practice.
- Hichang Cho, Jae-Shin Lee, Siyoung Chung:
Optimistic bias about online privacy risks: Testing the moderating effects of perceived controllability and prior experience.
- Dave S. Knowlton, Julia Simms:
Computer-based instruction and generative strategies: Conceptual framework & illustrative example.
- Ana Cázares:
Proficiency and attitudes toward information technologies' use in psychology undergraduates.
- Maliha Zaman, Murugan Anandarajan, Qizhi Dai:
Experiencing flow with instant messaging and its facilitating role on creative behaviors.
- Kwan Min Lee, Wei Peng, Julian Klein:
Will the experience of playing a violent role in a video game influence people's judgments of violent crimes?
- Steffi Domagk, Ruth N. Schwartz, Jan L. Plass:
Interactivity in multimedia learning: An integrated model.
- Jonna Malmberg, Hanna Järvenoja, Sanna Järvelä:
Tracing elementary school students' study tactic use in gStudy by examining a strategic and self-regulated learning.
- Fan-Chuan Tseng, Feng-Yang Kuo:
The way we share and learn: An exploratory study of the self-regulatory mechanisms in the professional online learning community.
- Maxine M. Denniston, Nancy D. Brener, Laura Kann, Danice K. Eaton, Timothy McManus, Tonja M. Kyle, Alice M. Roberts, Katherine H. Flint, James G. Ross:
Comparison of paper-and-pencil versus Web administration of the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS): Participation, data quality, and perceived privacy and anonymity.
- Pamela Karr Wisniewski, Ying Lu:
When more is too much: Operationalizing technology overload and exploring its impact on knowledge worker productivity.
- Young Lyoul Lee, Seokwoo Song:
An empirical investigation of electronic word-of-mouth: Informational motive and corporate response strategy.
- Robert P. Hawkins, Jeong Yeob Han, Suzanne Pingree, Bret R. Shaw, Timothy B. Baker, Linda J. Roberts:
Interactivity and presence of three eHealth interventions.
- Scott E. Caplan:
Theory and measurement of generalized problematic Internet use: A two-step approach.
- Rui Huang, Surinder S. Kahai, Rebecca Jestice:
The contingent effects of leadership on team collaboration in virtual teams.
- Shuya Pan, Maryalice Jordan-Marsh:
Internet use intention and adoption among Chinese older adults: From the expanded technology acceptance model perspective.
- Nancy E. Frye, Michele M. Dornisch:
When is trust not enough? The role of perceived privacy of communication tools in comfort with self-disclosure.
- Esther Calvete, Izaskun Orue, Ana Estévez, Lourdes Villardón, Patricia Padilla:
Cyberbullying in adolescents: Modalities and aggressors' profile.
- Princely Ifinedo, Birger Rapp, Airi Ifinedo, Klas Sundberg:
Relationships among ERP post-implementation success constructs: An analysis at the organizational level.
- Yungwei Hao:
Does multimedia help students answer test items?
- Antoine Van den Beemt, Sanne Akkerman, P. Robert-Jan Simons:
The use of interactive media among today's youth: Results of a survey.
- Henry H. Emurian, Peng Zheng:
Programmed instruction and interteaching applications to teaching Java™: A systematic replication.
- Günter Daniel Rey:
Reading direction and signaling in a simple computer simulation.
- Phoenix K. H. Mo, Neil S. Coulson:
Empowering processes in online support groups among people living with HIV/AIDS: A comparative analysis of 'lurkers' and 'posters'.
- Rosemarie Reynolds:
Thirty years after Harrison and Saeed: Does the medium make the message?
- Dongping Li, Wei Zhang, Xian Li, Shuangju Zhen, Yanhui Wang:
Stressful life events and problematic Internet use by adolescent females and males: A mediated moderation model.
- Jong Uk Kim, Woong Jin Kim, Sang Cheol Park:
Consumer perceptions on web advertisements and motivation factors to purchase in the online shopping.
Volume 26, Number 6, November 2010 Special Section Papers
- Ashleigh K. Shelton:
Defining the lines between virtual and real world purchases: Second Life sells, but who's buying?
- Garry Young, Monica T. Whitty:
Games without frontiers: On the moral and psychological implications of violating taboos within multi-player virtual spaces.
- Paul A. Kirschner, Aryn C. Karpinski:
Facebook® and academic performance.
- Cheryl I. Johnson, Richard E. Mayer:
Applying the self-explanation principle to multimedia learning in a computer-based game-like environment.
- Seth Mayotte:
Online assessment of problem solving skills.
- Michelle L. Gross:
Advergames and the effects of game-product congruity.
- Trey Hickman:
Thanks for the memory: Cooperative autonomous agent search in uncertain environments.
- Trey Hickman:
Reeves, B., & Read, J.L. (2009). Total engagement: Using games and virtual worlds to change the way people work and businesses. Harvard Business School Press.
- Yair Amichai-Hamburger, Gideon Vinitzky:
Social network use and personality.
- Cheolho Yoon:
Antecedents of customer satisfaction with online banking in China: The effects of experience.
- Hacer (Uke) Karacan, Kursat Cagiltay, H. Gurkan Tekman:
Change detection in desktop virtual environments: An eye-tracking study.
- Stephen Reysen, Jason D. Lloyd, Iva Katzarska-Miller, Brett M. Lemker, Russell L. Foss:
Intragroup status and social presence in online fan groups.
- Martin Groen, Jan Noyes:
Solving problems: How can guidance concerning task-relevancy be provided?
- Denise A. Hines, Emily M. Douglas, Sehar Mahmood:
The effects of survey administration on disclosure rates to sensitive items among men: A comparison of an internet panel sample with a RDD telephone sample.
- Eun-Ju Lee, Jeong-woo Jang:
Profiling good Samaritans in online knowledge forums: Effects of affiliative tendency, self-esteem, and public individuation on knowledge sharing.
- Hoda Baytiyeh, Jay Pfaffman:
Open source software: A community of altruists.
- Inseong Lee, Jinwoo Kim, Boreum Choi, Se-Joon Hong:
Measurement development for cultural characteristics of mobile Internet users at the individual level.
- Ann Wilkinson, Julia Roberts, Alison E. While:
Construction of an instrument to measure student information and communication technology skills, experience and attitudes to e-learning.
- Heng-Li Yang, Cheng-Yu Lai:
Motivations of Wikipedia content contributors.
- Yifat Ben-David Kolikant:
Digital natives, better learners? Students' beliefs about how the Internet influenced their ability to learn.
- Kris Boyle, Thomas J. Johnson:
MySpace is your space? Examining self-presentation of MySpace users.
- Thomas O. Blank, Steven D. Schmidt, Stacey A. Vangsness, Anna Karina Monteiro, Paul V. Santagata:
Differences among breast and prostate cancer online support groups.
- Elizabeth M. Morgan, Chareen Snelson, Patt Elison-Bowers:
Image and video disclosure of substance use on social media websites.
- Michael Glassman, Min Ju Kang:
Pragmatism, connectionism and the internet: A mind's perfect storm.
- Shannon L. Currie, Patrick J. McGrath, Victor Day:
Development and usability of an online CBT program for symptoms of moderate depression, anxiety, and stress in post-secondary students.
- Jeremy P. Birnholtz:
Adopt, adapt, abandon: Understanding why some young adults start, and then stop, using instant messaging.
- Chung-Chi Hsieh, Pao-Li Kuo, Szu-Chi Yang, Shih-Han Lin:
Assessing blog-user satisfaction using the expectation and disconfirmation approach.
- Manuel J. Sánchez-Franco, José L. Roldán:
Expressive aesthetics to ease perceived community support: Exploring personal innovativeness and routinised behaviour as moderators in Tuenti.
- Roman Soucek, Klaus Moser:
Coping with information overload in email communication: Evaluation of a training intervention.
- Kimberly Young:
Policies and procedures to manage employee Internet abuse.
- Pilar González-Navarro, Virginia Orengo, Ana Zornoza, Pilar Ripoll, José M. Peiró:
Group interaction styles in a virtual context: The effects on group outcomes.
- Gyudong Lee, Jaeeun Lee, Clive Sanford:
The roles of self-concept clarity and psychological reactance in compliance with product and service recommendations.
- Stefan Stieger, Ulf-Dietrich Reips:
What are participants doing while filling in an online questionnaire: A paradata collection tool and an empirical study.
- Tristan E. Johnson, Thomas N. Archibald, Gershon Tenenbaum:
Individual and team annotation effects on students' reading comprehension, critical thinking, and meta-cognitive skills.
- Chin-Chang Ho, Karl F. MacDorman:
Revisiting the uncanny valley theory: Developing and validating an alternative to the Godspeed indices.
- Karolijne van der Houwen, Margaret Stroebe, Henk Schut, Wolfgang Stroebe, Jan van den Bout:
Online mutual support in bereavement: An empirical examination.
- Rodrigo Velezmoro, Katharine Lacefield, Jonathan W. Roberti:
Perceived stress, sensation seeking, and college students' abuse of the Internet.
- Christian Montag, Magdalena Jurkiewicz, Martin Reuter:
Low self-directedness is a better predictor for problematic internet use than high neuroticism.
- Peter J. Moor, Ard Heuvelman, Ria Verleur:
Flaming on YouTube.
- Ching-I. Teng:
Customization, immersion satisfaction, and online gamer loyalty.
- Giacomo Veneri, Pamela Federighi, Francesca Rosini, Antonio Federico, Alessandra Rufa:
Influences of data filtering on human-computer interaction by gaze-contingent display and eye-tracking applications.
- Bruno Campello de Souza, Leonardo Xavier de Lima e Silva, Antonio Roazzi:
MMORPGS and cognitive performance: A study with 1280 Brazilian high school students.
- Gyudong Lee, Won Jun Lee:
Altruistic traits and organizational conditions in helping online.
- Yun-yin Huang, Chien Chou:
An analysis of multiple factors of cyberbullying among junior high school students in Taiwan.
- Rosland K. Baker, Katherine M. White:
Predicting adolescents' use of social networking sites from an extended theory of planned behaviour perspective.
- Chieh-Peng Lin, Yi-Ju Wang, Yuan Hui Tsai, Yu-Fang Hsu:
Perceived job effectiveness in coopetition: A survey of virtual teams within business organizations.
- Lily Shui-Lien Chen:
The impact of perceived risk, intangibility and consumer characteristics on online game playing.
- Yongqiang Sun, Kai H. Lim, Chunping Jiang, Jerry Zeyu Peng, Xiaojian Chen:
Do males and females think in the same way? An empirical investigation on the gender differences in Web advertising evaluation.
- Timo Gnambs, Markus Appel, Bernad Batinic:
Color red in web-based knowledge testing.
- R. Arteaga Sánchez, A. Duarte Hueros:
Motivational factors that influence the acceptance of Moodle using TAM.
- Astrid M. von der Pütten, Nicole C. Krämer, Jonathan Gratch, Sin-Hwa Kang:
"It doesn't matter what you are!" Explaining social effects of agents and avatars.
- Danielle M. Law, Jennifer D. Shapka, Brent F. Olson:
To control or not to control? Parenting behaviours and adolescent online aggression.
- Erin E. Hollenbaugh:
Personal journal bloggers: Profiles of disclosiveness.
- Monica A. Riordan, Roger J. Kreuz:
Emotion encoding and interpretation in computer-mediated communication: Reasons for use.
- Jae Eun Chung, Namkee Park, Hua Wang, Janet Fulk, Margaret McLaughlin:
Age differences in perceptions of online community participation among non-users: An extension of the Technology Acceptance Model.
- Yinni Guo, Gavriel Salvendy, Robert W. Proctor:
Content information desired by Chinese users for effective use of information appliances.
- Gül Seçkin:
Cyber patients surfing the medical web: Computer-mediated medical knowledge and perceived benefits.
- Mareike Schreiber, Tanja Engelmann:
Knowledge and information awareness for initiating transactive memory system processes of computer-supported collaborating ad hoc groups.
- Tracy L. Mitzner, Julie B. Boron, Cara Bailey Fausset, Anne E. Adams, Neil Charness, Sara J. Czaja, Katinka Dijkstra, Arthur D. Fisk, Wendy A. Rogers, Joseph Sharit:
Older adults talk technology: Technology usage and attitudes.
- C. Albert Bardi, Michael F. Brady:
Why shy people use instant messaging: Loneliness and other motives.
- Inge Molenaar, Carla A. M. van Boxtel, Peter J. C. Sleegers:
The effects of scaffolding metacognitive activities in small groups.
- Nicola Davinson, Elizabeth Sillence:
It won't happen to me: Promoting secure behaviour among internet users.
- François Giard, Matthieu J. Guitton:
Beauty or realism: The dimensions of skin from cognitive sciences to computer graphics.
- Yujong Hwang:
The moderating effects of gender on e-commerce systems adoption factors: An empirical investigation.
- Pamela Karr Wisniewski, Michael Prietula:
CASA, WASA, and the dimensions of us.
- Matthieu J. Guitton:
Cross-modal compensation between name and visual aspect in socially active avatars.
- Cheng-Li Liu:
The impact of goods-classification and landmarks for spatial knowledge and goods-finding in the elderly within a 3D virtual store.
- Eva A. van Reijmersdal, Jeroen Jansz, Oscar Peters, Guda van Noort:
The effects of interactive brand placements in online games on children's cognitive, affective, and conative brand responses.
- Tella Adeyinka, S. Mutula:
A proposed model for evaluating the success of WebCT course content management system.
- Monica A. Riordan, Roger J. Kreuz:
Cues in computer-mediated communication: A corpus analysis.
- Justin W. Patchin, Sameer Hinduja:
Changes in adolescent online social networking behaviors from 2006 to 2009.
- Nan B. Adams, Thomas A. DeVaney, Wilma S. Longstreet:
Investigating aspects of an emerging digital ethnicity: Development of the Digital Ethnicity Scale (DES).
- Alexandre N. Tuch, Javier A. Bargas-Avila, Klaus Opwis:
Symmetry and aesthetics in website design: It's a man's business.
- Kevin J. Kelley, Elon M. Gruber:
Psychometric properties of the Problematic Internet Use Questionnaire.
- Qin Gao, Yusen Dai, Zao Fan, Ruogu Kang:
Understanding factors affecting perceived sociability of social software.
- Jen-Her Wu, Shu-Ching Wang, Ho-Huang Tsai:
Falling in love with online games: The uses and gratifications perspective.
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