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Computers in Human Behavior 34

Editors:Robert D. Tennyson
Standard No:ISSN: 0747-5632
Links:Table of Contents
  1. CHB 2014-05 Volume 34

CHB 2014-05 Volume 34

Quantifying engagement: Measuring player involvement in human-avatar interactions BIBAKFull-Text 1-11
  Anne E. Norris; Harry Weger; Cory Bullinger; Alyssa Bowers
Simultaneously presented animations facilitate the learning of higher-order relationships BIBAKFull-Text 12-22
  Rolf Ploetzner; Richard Lowe
Facebook: Social uses and anxiety BIBAKFull-Text 23-27
  Bethany McCord; Thomas L. Rodebaugh; Cheri A. Levinson
Psychosocial functions of social media usage in a disaster situation: A multi-methodological approach BIBAKFull-Text 28-38
  German Neubaum; Leonie Rösner; Astrid M. Rosenthal-von der Pütten; Nicole C. Krämer
Differences in intrapersonal and interactional empowerment between lurkers and posters in health-related online support communities BIBAKFull-Text 39-48
  Andraz Petrovcic; Gregor Petric
The relationship between life stress and smartphone addiction on Taiwanese university student: A mediation model of learning self-Efficacy and social self-Efficacy BIBAKFull-Text 49-57
  Shao-I. Chiu
Conversations with a virtual human: Synthetic emotions and human responses BIBAKFull-Text 58-68
  Chao Qu; Willem-Paul Brinkman; Yun Ling; Pascal Wiggers; Ingrid Heynderickx
Memory abilities in action video game players BIBAKFull-Text 69-78
  Ashley F. McDermott; Daphne Bavelier; C. Shawn Green
Misery rarely gets company: The influence of emotional bandwidth on supportive communication on Facebook BIBAKFull-Text 79-88
  Andrew C. High; Anne Oeldorf-Hirsch; Saraswathi Bellur
Online communication and subjective well-being in Chinese college students: The mediating role of shyness and social self-efficacy BIBAKFull-Text 89-95
  Caina Li; Xinxin Shi; Jianning Dang
Using modern technology to keep in touch with back burners: An investment model analysis BIBAKFull-Text 96-100
  Jayson L. Dibble; Michelle Drouin
Exploring how perceived threat and self-efficacy contribute to college students' use and perceptions of online mental health resources BIBAKFull-Text 101-109
  Christopher J. McKinley; Erin K. Ruppel
Completion rates and non-response error in online surveys: Comparing sweepstakes and pre-paid cash incentives in studies of online behavior BIBAKFull-Text 110-119
  Robert LaRose; Hsin-yi Sandy Tsai
Exploring users' social responses to computer counseling interviewers' behavior BIBAKFull-Text 120-130
  Sin-Hwa Kang; Jonathan Gratch
How political candidates use Twitter and the impact on votes BIBAKFull-Text 131-139
  Sanne Kruikemeier
Antecedents and consequences of perceived value in Mobile Government continuance use: An empirical research in China BIBAKFull-Text 140-147
  Changlin Wang
An experimental study of online chatting and notetaking techniques on college students' cognitive learning from a lecture BIBAKFull-Text 148-156
  Fang-Yi Flora Wei; Y. Ken Wang; Warren Fass
Does country context matter? Investigating the predictors of teen sexting across Europe BIBAKFull-Text 157-164
  Susanne E. Baumgartner; Sindy R. Sumter; Jochen Peter; Patti M. Valkenburg; Sonia Livingstone
Low self-control and cybercrime: Exploring the utility of the general theory of crime beyond digital piracy BIBAKFull-Text 165-172
  Christopher M. Donner; Catherine D. Marcum; Wesley G. Jennings; George E. Higgins; Jerry Banfield
Student perceptions of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) content and careers BIBAKFull-Text 173-186
  Rhonda Christensen; Gerald Knezek; Tandra Tyler-Wood
Letter repetitions in computer-mediated communication: A unique link between spoken and online language BIBAKFull-Text 187-193
  Yoram M. Kalman; Darren Gergle
Another brick in the Facebook wall -- How personality traits relate to the content of status updates BIBAKFull-Text 194-202
  Stephan Winter; German Neubaum; Sabrina C. Eimler; Vanessa Gordon; Jenna Theil; Jonathan Herrmann; Judith Meinert; Nicole C. Krämer
A snapshot of the first encounters of visually disabled users with the Web BIBAKFull-Text 203-212
  Markel Vigo; Simon Harper
Avatar creation in virtual worlds: Behaviors and motivations BIBAKFull-Text 213-218
  Hsin Lin; Hua Wang
"I Have AIDS": Content analysis of postings in HIV/AIDS support group on a Chinese microblog BIBAKFull-Text 219-226
  Yanru Guo; Dion Hoe-Lian Goh
User experience and personal innovativeness: An empirical study on the Enterprise Resource Planning systems BIBAKFull-Text 227-234
  Yujong Hwang
Predicting guild commitment in World of Warcraft with the investment model of commitment BIBAKFull-Text 235-240
  Aleksandra M. Odrowska; Karlijn Massar
Spatial augmented reality as a method for a mobile robot to communicate intended movement BIBAKFull-Text 241-248
  Michael D. Coovert; Tiffany Lee; Ivan Shindev; Yu Sun
Son, you're smoking on Facebook! College students' disclosures on social networking sites as indicators of real-life risk behaviors BIBAKFull-Text 249-257
  Joris J. van Hoof; Jeroen Bekkers; Mark van Vuuren
Consumer attitudes toward blogger's sponsored recommendations and purchase intention: The effect of sponsorship type, product type, and brand awareness BIBAKFull-Text 258-266
  Long-Chuan Lu; Wen-Pin Chang; Hsiu-Hua Chang
Constantly connected -- The effects of smart-devices on mental health BIBAKFull-Text 267-272
  Joshua Harwood; Julian J. Dooley; Adrian J. Scott; Richard Joiner
Neurophysiological correlates of cognitive absorption in an enactive training context BIBAKFull-Text 273-283
  Pierre-Majorique Léger; Fred D. Davis; Timothy Paul Cronan; Julien Perret
Depression, loneliness and Internet addiction: How important is low self-control? BIBAKFull-Text 284-290
  Yalçin Özdemir; Yasar Kuzucu; Serife Ak
Prediction of cyberslacking when employees are working away from the office BIBAKFull-Text 291-298
  Thomas A. O'Neill; Laura A. Hambley; Angelina Bercovich
When technology acceptance models won't work: Non-significant intention-behavior effects BIBFull-Text 299-300
  Nicolae Nistor
Behavioral intention, use behavior and the acceptance of electronic learning systems: Differences between higher education and lifelong learning BIBAKFull-Text 301-314
  Ángel F. Agudo-Peregrina; Ángel Hernández-García; Félix J. Pascual-Miguel
Predicting teachers' generative and receptive use of an educational portal by intention, attitude and self-reported use BIBAKFull-Text 315-322
  Bram Pynoo; Johan van Braak
Toward an understanding of the behavioral intention to use a social networking site: An extension of task-technology fit to social-technology fit BIBAKFull-Text 323-332
  Hsi-Peng Lu; Yi-Wen Yang
Non-significant intention-behavior effects in educational technology acceptance: A case of competing cognitive scripts? BIBAKFull-Text 333-338
  Ambar Murillo Montes de Oca; Nicolae Nistor
Participation in virtual academic communities of practice under the influence of technology acceptance and community factors. A learning analytics application BIBAKFull-Text 339-344
  Nicolae Nistor; Beate Baltes; Mihai Dascialu; Dan Mihiailia; George Smeaton; Stefan Triausan-Matu
An e-maturity analysis explains intention-behavior disjunctions in technology adoption in UK schools BIBAKFull-Text 345-351
  Colin Harrison; Carmen Tomás; Charles Crook
Corrigendum to "Computerized working memory training: Can it lead to gains in cognitive skills in students?" [Comput. Hum. Behav. 29 (2012) 632-638] BIBFull-Text 352
  Tracy Packiam Alloway; Vanessa Bibile; Gemma Lau
Corrigendum to "Discrepant gender patterns for cyberbullying and traditional bullying -- An analysis of Swedish adolescent data" [Comput. Hum. Behav. 29 (2013) 1896-1903] BIBFull-Text 353
  Linda Beckman; Curt Hagquist; Lisa Hellström