Volume 19, Number 1, January 2003
Brenda G. Hebert
, Jacquie D. Vorauer
: Seeing through the screen: is evaluative feedback communicated more effectively in face-to-face or computer-mediated exchanges?
Shu Ching Yang
: Reconceptualizing think-aloud methodology: refining the encoding and categorizing techniques via contextualized perspectives.
, Stuart A. Kirk
: Using pencil and paper, Internet and touch-tone phones for self-administered surveys: does methodology matter?
Volume 19, Number 2, March 2003
, Zafer Gurel
: Influence of text structure and prior knowledge of the learner on reading comprehension, browsing and perceived control.
: The effects of persistence and small group interaction during computer-based instruction.
Volume 19, Number 3, May 2003
Shu Ching Yang
: Computer-mediated history learning: spanning three centuries project.
Volume 19, Number 4, July 2003
Barry A. Tanner
: PsycWord 2: a Windows program for structuring clinical documentation in psychology.
: Designing website attributes to induce experiential encounters.
: The influence of specific computer experiences on computer self-efficacy beliefs.
: Privacy, emotional closeness, and openness in cyberspace.
Volume 19, Number 5, September 2003
Mark S. Salzer
, Virginia Burks
: A mediational study of computer attitudes, experience, and training interests among people with severe mental illnesses.
E. Vance Wilson
: Perceived effectiveness of interpersonal persuasion strategies in computer-mediated communication.
, David Lester
: Liaw's measures of attitudes toward computers and the Internet: a supportive comment.
Volume 19, Number 6, November 2003
: Gender differences in adolescents' perceptions of the best and worst aspects of computing at school.
: Incidences and correlates of Internet anxiety among high school teachers in Taiwan.