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Francis, Leslie; And Others – British Journal of Educational Technology, 1996
Eysenck's model of personality maintains that personality differences can be expressed in terms of neuroticism, extraversion, and psychoticism. A sample of 298 female undergraduates in Israel demonstrated that a more positive attitude towards computers was associated with higher scores on psychoticism (impersonality) and lower scores on…
Descriptors: Computer Anxiety, Computer Attitudes, Extraversion Introversion, Females