computerphobic

computerphobic

(kəmˈpjuːtərˌfəʊbɪk)
n
a computerphobe
adj
showing or characterized by computerphobia
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Notwithstanding the pervasive presence of computers in people's private lives and in the workplace, many mental health practitioners remain "computerphobic," and few agencies provide training for practitioners in the areas of ethical and legal practices and safeguards in the use of e-mail (Finn, 2006).
Firstly, it has been found that year by year students entering Higher Education are less computerphobic (Todman, 2000).
Lawyers may be the most computerphobic people in the office.
(1996) show that those with the N-preference are less "computerphobic" than those with the S-preference.
"Is there some way to get around it?" Although most have computers at home and their kids are whizzes, they're reluctant (read, computerphobic) themselves.
ARE you computerphobic or does technology run your life or business?
MGI's superb PC PhotoStarter Kit and PhotoSuite will make even the most computerphobic shutterbug a fan of digital photography.
This counts out a lot of people who are computerphobic. However, this will soon no longer be a barrier because of the work being done to develop TV and cable modems.
Before you snap back, get this straight - I'm not computerphobic. I have a computer on my desk.
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