computerphobia

computerphobia

(kəmˈpjuːtəˌfəʊbɪə)
n
the fear or dislike of computers
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Computerphobia. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 19, 167-179.
"Computerphobia: Is it undermining the fashion industry?" The New York Times, December 4, 2008.
When students refused to use keypunch machines, I studied computerphobia. When microwave ovens, fax machines, and desktop computers arrived, I switched to studying technophobia.
Computerphobia has been around since the inception of computers, and it afflicts those who came of age using typewriters and slide rules much more than those weaned on PCs.
However, Todman (2000) reported only a 12% reduction in computerphobia in the UK between 1992-98.
The only accounting learning style issues investigated using the MBTI have been computerphobia (Landry et al.
Another term applied to the anxiety experienced by those whose work has become dependent upon computers is "computerphobia." In most libraries, online catalogs are now the norm, but users unfamiliar with the new technology still ask for the card catalog.
1990 "The etiology of computerphobia." Computers in Human Behavior, 6: 361-379.
"Computerphobia,' or fear of computers, is another reason why people resist becoming more involved with computers.
Computerphobia: training managers to reduce fears and love the machines.

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