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Technology, attributions, and emotions in post-secondary education : An application of Weiner's attribution theory to academic computing problems

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MAYMON, Rebecca, Nathan C. HALL, Thomas GÖTZ, Andrew CHIARELLA, Sonia RAHIMI, 2018. Technology, attributions, and emotions in post-secondary education : An application of Weiner's attribution theory to academic computing problems. In: PLoS one. 13(3), e0193443. eISSN 1932-6203. Available under: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0193443

@article{Maymon2018Techn-42465, title={Technology, attributions, and emotions in post-secondary education : An application of Weiner's attribution theory to academic computing problems}, year={2018}, doi={10.1371/journal.pone.0193443}, number={3}, volume={13}, journal={PLoS one}, author={Maymon, Rebecca and Hall, Nathan C. and Götz, Thomas and Chiarella, Andrew and Rahimi, Sonia}, note={Article Number: e0193443} }

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