When Academic Technology Fails : Effects of Students' Attributions for Computing Difficulties on Emotions and Achievement

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Social Sciences. 2018, 7(11), 223. eISSN 2076-0760. Available under: doi: 10.3390/socsci7110223
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As education experiences are increasingly mediated by technology, the present research explored how causal attributions for academic computing difficulties impacted emotions and achievement in two studies conducted with post-secondary students in North America and Germany. Study 1 (N = 1063) found ability attributions for computer problems to be emotionally maladaptive (more guilt, helplessness, anger, shame, regret, anxiety, and boredom), with strategy attributions being more emotionally adaptive (more hope, pride, and enjoyment). Study 2 (N = 788) further showed ability attributions for computer problems to predict poorer academic achievement (grade percentage) over and above effects of attributions for poor academic performance. Across studies, the effects of effort attributions for computer problems were mixed in corresponding to more negative computing-related emotions despite academic achievement benefits. Implications for future research on students’ academic computing attributions are discussed with respect to domain-specificity, intervention, and technical support considerations.

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370 Erziehung, Schul- und Bildungswesen
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academic computing; motivation; emotions; academic achievement; post-secondary education; technology; computer problems
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ISO 690MAYMON, Rebecca, Nathan C. HALL, Thomas GÖTZ, 2018. When Academic Technology Fails : Effects of Students' Attributions for Computing Difficulties on Emotions and Achievement. In: Social Sciences. 2018, 7(11), 223. eISSN 2076-0760. Available under: doi: 10.3390/socsci7110223
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  doi={10.3390/socsci7110223},
  title={When Academic Technology Fails : Effects of Students' Attributions for Computing Difficulties on Emotions and Achievement},
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  volume={7},
  journal={Social Sciences},
  author={Maymon, Rebecca and Hall, Nathan C. and Götz, Thomas},
  note={Article Number: 223}
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