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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A comprehensive study of parameters in physical environment that impact students’ focus during lecture using Internet of Things Uzelac, Ana
2015
53 C p. 427-434
8 p.
artikel
2 Adolescents’ comments in social media: Why do adolescents receive negative feedback and who is most at risk? Koutamanis, Maria
2015
53 C p. 486-494
9 p.
artikel
3 A model for assessing the impact of e-learning systems on employees’ satisfaction Jafari Navimipour, Nima
2015
53 C p. 475-485
11 p.
artikel
4 A model of online reading engagement: Linking engagement, navigation, and performance in digital reading Naumann, Johannes
2015
53 C p. 263-277
15 p.
artikel
5 An evaluation of medical residents utilization of tablet computers Coovert, Sally A.
2015
53 C p. 289-293
5 p.
artikel
6 An exploratory study of factors influencing repurchase behaviors toward game items: A field study Lee, Jooyoung
2015
53 C p. 13-23
11 p.
artikel
7 A review of features of technology-supported learning environments based on participants’ perceptions Chang, Hsin-Yi
2015
53 C p. 223-237
15 p.
artikel
8 Automatic analysis and identification of verbal aggression and abusive behaviors for online social games Balci, Koray
2015
53 C p. 517-526
10 p.
artikel
9 Blending Facebook discussions into seminars for practicing argumentation Puhl, Thomas
2015
53 C p. 605-616
12 p.
artikel
10 Bridging the online/offline divide: The example of digital gaming Eklund, Lina
2015
53 C p. 527-535
9 p.
artikel
11 Commentary: Deep analysis of epistemic frames and passive participants around argumentation and learning in informal learning spaces Clark, Douglas B.
2015
53 C p. 617-620
4 p.
artikel
12 Communication in the face of a school crisis: Examining the volume and content of social media mentions during active shooter incidents Mazer, Joseph P.
2015
53 C p. 238-248
11 p.
artikel
13 Corrigendum to ““I Have AIDS”: Content analysis of postings in HIV/AIDS support group on a Chinese microblog” [Comput. Hum. Behav. 34 (2014) 219–226] Guo, Yanru
2015
53 C p. 628-
1 p.
artikel
14 Corrigendum to “Teachers’ concern about integrating Web 2.0 technologies and its relationship with teacher characteristics” [Comput. Hum. Behav. 48 (2015) 1–8] Hao, Yungwei
2015
53 C p. 626-
1 p.
artikel
15 Corrigendum to “Value co-creation and purchase intention in social network sites: The role of electronic Word-of-Mouth and trust – A theoretical analysis” [Comput. Hum. Behav. 31 (2014) 182–189] See-To, Eric W.K.
2015
53 C p. 627-
1 p.
artikel
16 Cyberbullying at work: The mediating role of optimism between cyberbullying and job outcomes Snyman, Robyn
2015
53 C p. 161-168
8 p.
artikel
17 Doing online research involving university students with disabilities: Methodological issues De Cesarei, Andrea
2015
53 C p. 374-380
7 p.
artikel
18 Do privacy concerns matter for Millennials? Results from an empirical analysis of Location-Based Services adoption in Germany Fodor, Mark
2015
53 C p. 344-353
10 p.
artikel
19 Editorial Board / Publication information 2015
53 C p. IFC-
1 p.
artikel
20 Editorial for the CHB special issue on MMOGs Christou, Georgios
2015
53 C p. 515-516
2 p.
artikel
21 Emotion expression and intergroup bias reduction between Muslims and Christians: Long-term Internet contact White, Fiona A.
2015
53 C p. 435-442
8 p.
artikel
22 Excessive Internet Use and its association with negative experiences: Quasi-validation of a short scale in 25 European countries Škařupová, Kateřina
2015
53 C p. 118-123
6 p.
artikel
23 Exploring how children express feelings and emotions in an online support group Tichon, Jennifer G.
2015
53 C p. 469-474
6 p.
artikel
24 Exploring the effects of videogame play on creativity performance and emotional responses Yeh, Chloe Shu-Hua
2015
53 C p. 396-407
12 p.
artikel
25 Facebook as learning platform: Argumentation superhighway or dead-end street? Kirschner, Paul A.
2015
53 C p. 621-625
5 p.
artikel
26 Factors impacting the acceptance of mobile data services – A systematic literature review Ovčjak, Boris
2015
53 C p. 24-47
24 p.
artikel
27 Factors influencing continuance intention to use social network sites: The Facebook case Mouakket, Samar
2015
53 C p. 102-110
9 p.
artikel
28 Far from reach but near at hand: The role of social media for cross-national mobilization Chen, Hsuan-Ting
2015
53 C p. 443-451
9 p.
artikel
29 Feeling good, searching the bad: Positive priming increases attention and memory for negative stimuli on webpages Kaspar, Kai
2015
53 C p. 332-343
12 p.
artikel
30 Impact of support of teacher and compatibility with needs of study on usefulness of SPSS by students Šebjan, Urban
2015
53 C p. 354-365
12 p.
artikel
31 Impact of violent video game realism on the self-concept of aggressiveness assessed with explicit and implicit measures Zumbach, Joerg
2015
53 C p. 278-288
11 p.
artikel
32 Learning from reading argumentive group discussions in Facebook: Rhetoric style matters (again) Asterhan, Christa S.C.
2015
53 C p. 570-576
7 p.
artikel
33 Life satisfaction and family functions as-predictors of problematic Internet use in university students Kabasakal, Zekavet
2015
53 C p. 294-304
11 p.
artikel
34 Make it our time: In class multitaskers have lower academic performance Bellur, Saraswathi
2015
53 C p. 63-70
8 p.
artikel
35 Media multitasking and psychological wellbeing in Chinese adolescents: Time management as a moderator Yang, Xiaohui
2015
53 C p. 216-222
7 p.
artikel
36 Moving beyond cognitive elements of ICT literacy: First evidence on the structure of ICT engagement Zylka, Johannes
2015
53 C p. 149-160
12 p.
artikel
37 Online privacy concerns: A broad approach to understanding the concerns of different groups for different uses Bergström, Annika
2015
53 C p. 419-426
8 p.
artikel
38 Perceptions of teachers regarding the implementation of the internet in education Stošić, Lazar
2015
53 C p. 462-468
7 p.
artikel
39 Perspective changing in WalCT and VR-WalCT: A gender difference study [WalCT – VR-WalCT: Gender differences] Nori, Raffaella
2015
53 C p. 316-323
8 p.
artikel
40 Playing for social comfort: Online video game play as a social accommodator for the insecurely attached Kowert, Rachel
2015
53 C p. 556-566
11 p.
artikel
41 Predictors of job seekers’ self-disclosure on social media El Ouirdi, Mariam
2015
53 C p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
42 Re-thinking scientific literacy out-of-school: Arguing science issues in a niche Facebook application Greenhow, Christine
2015
53 C p. 593-604
12 p.
artikel
43 Revisiting teachers’ computer self-efficacy: A differentiated view on gender differences Scherer, Ronny
2015
53 C p. 48-57
10 p.
artikel
44 “Same stuff different day:” A mixed-method study of support seeking on Facebook Blight, Michael G.
2015
53 C p. 366-373
8 p.
artikel
45 Scripts, individual preparation and group awareness support in the service of learning in Facebook: How does CSCL compare to social networking sites? Tsovaltzi, Dimitra
2015
53 C p. 577-592
16 p.
artikel
46 Self-construal and Facebook activities: Exploring differences in social interaction orientation Chang, Chingching
2015
53 C p. 91-101
11 p.
artikel
47 Stability of cyberbullying victimization among adolescents: Prevalence and association with bully–victim status and psychosocial adjustment Gámez-Guadix, Manuel
2015
53 C p. 140-148
9 p.
artikel
48 Strategy and accuracy during information search on the Web: Effects of age and complexity of the search questions Chevalier, Aline
2015
53 C p. 305-315
11 p.
artikel
49 Strategy, team cohesion and team member satisfaction: The effects of gender and group composition Martin, Eleanor
2015
53 C p. 536-543
8 p.
artikel
50 Terms of engagement: Analyzing public engagement with organizations through social media Smith, Brian G.
2015
53 C p. 82-90
9 p.
artikel
51 The consequences of media multitasking for youth: A review van der Schuur, Winneke A.
2015
53 C p. 204-215
12 p.
artikel
52 The effects of static avatars on impression formation across different contexts on social networking sites Westerman, David
2015
53 C p. 111-117
7 p.
artikel
53 The effects of static versus dynamic 3D representations on 10th grade students’ atomic orbital mental model construction: Evidence from eye movement behaviors Chen, Sheng-Chang
2015
53 C p. 169-180
12 p.
artikel
54 The impact of social setting on the recall and recognition of in-game advertising Herrewijn, Laura
2015
53 C p. 544-555
12 p.
artikel
55 The imperative of influencing citizen attitude toward e-government adoption and use Al-Hujran, Omar
2015
53 C p. 189-203
15 p.
artikel
56 The internet and young people with Additional Support Needs (ASN): Risk and safety Bannon, Stephanie
2015
53 C p. 495-503
9 p.
artikel
57 The positive role of Internet use for young people with additional support needs: Identity and connectedness Bannon, Stephanie
2015
53 C p. 504-514
11 p.
artikel
58 The role of stress and motivation in problematic smartphone use among college students Wang, Jin-Liang
2015
53 C p. 181-188
8 p.
artikel
59 Threading and conversation in co-located chats Nelimarkka, Matti
2015
53 C p. 324-331
8 p.
artikel
60 Touch screen gestures for web browsing tasks Billinghurst, Sabrina S.
2015
53 C p. 71-81
11 p.
artikel
61 Triggering participation: Exploring the effects of third-person and hostile media perceptions on online participation Chung, Myojung
2015
53 C p. 452-461
10 p.
artikel
62 Understanding consumers’ continuance intention towards mobile purchase: A theoretical framework and empirical study – A case of China Gao, Lingling
2015
53 C p. 249-262
14 p.
artikel
63 Understanding students’ reasons and gender differences in adding faculty as Facebook friends Sheldon, Pavica
2015
53 C p. 58-62
5 p.
artikel
64 Understanding the most influential user experiences in successful and unsuccessful technology adoptions Partala, Timo
2015
53 C p. 381-395
15 p.
artikel
65 Using video game play to improve education-majors’ mathematical performance: An experimental study Novak, Elena
2015
53 C p. 124-130
7 p.
artikel
66 Value hierarchy for Massive Open Online Courses Lin, Yu-Ling
2015
53 C p. 408-418
11 p.
artikel
67 When friends argue: Learning from and through social network site discussions Tsovaltzi, Dimitra
2015
53 C p. 567-569
3 p.
artikel
68 When the ball stops, the fun stops too: The impact of social inclusion on video game enjoyment Bowman, Nicholas David
2015
53 C p. 131-139
9 p.
artikel
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