Traci Hess

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Research on the user satisfaction dimension of information systems (IS) success has typically focused on the technical characteristics of the system being studied and has not emphasized user attitudes toward the system. IS researchers have noted both the omission of user attitudes and the weak theoretical foundation in research on user satisfaction with IS.(More)
Imine Abdessamad Johan Aberg Gregory Abowd Johnny Accot Mark Ackerman Brian Amento Elske Ammenwerth Susan Anderson Mark Apperley Caroline Appert Shlomo Argamon Holly Arrow Chieko Asakawa Helen Ashman Daniel Avrahami Chris Baber Jeremy Bailenson Brian Bailey Ravin Balakrishnan Jakob Bardram Armando Baretto Len Bass Remi Bastide Patrick Baudisch Russell Beale(More)
The present research attempted to assess the effects of a child's emothins on the severity of punishment suggested by adult subjects who hold authoritarian or nonauthoritarian attitudes about child rearing. The administration of a punishment scale, the dependent measure, to several population suggested that this scale is a reliable measurement instrument.(More)