2013 journal article

When Big Brother Is Watching: Goal Orientation Shapes Reactions to Electronic Monitoring During Online Training


By: A. Watson, L. Thompson n, J. Rudolph n, T. Whelan n, T. Behrend* & A. Gissel

author keywords: goal orientation; computer-mediated learning; electronic performance monitoring; motivated action theory; trait activation
MeSH headings : Adult; Computer-Assisted Instruction; Female; Goals; Humans; Internet / statistics & numerical data; Learning / physiology; Male; Personnel Management / methods; Young Adult
TL;DR: It is shown that some e-learners are more susceptible than others to evaluation apprehension when they perceive their activities are being monitored electronically, and they show decreased skill attainment as a result. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
4. Quality Education (OpenAlex)
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Added: August 6, 2018

2010 article

Computer-Mediated Cross-Cultural Collaboration: Attributing Communication Errors to the Person Versus the Situation

Vignovic, J. A., & Thompson, L. F. (2010, March). JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, Vol. 95, pp. 265–276.

By: J. Vignovic n & L. Thompson n

author keywords: computer-mediated communication; fundamental attribution error; virtual teams; distributed work; cross-cultural communication
MeSH headings : Adaptation, Psychological; Communication; Cooperative Behavior; Cross-Cultural Comparison; Cues; Electronic Mail; Humans; Internal-External Control; Language; Personality Assessment; Prejudice; Professional Competence; Social Conformity; Social Values; Stereotyping
TL;DR: Examination of how technical language violations and deviations from etiquette norms affect a recipient's perceptions of an e-mail sender's conscientiousness, intelligence, agreeableness, extraversion, affective trustworthiness, and cognitive trustworthiness reveals that participants formed negative perceptions of the sender of an E-mail containingTechnical language violations. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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