Gender and information processing in electronic age

@inproceedings{Protopsaltis2008GenderAI,
  title={Gender and information processing in electronic age},
  author={Aristidis Protopsaltis and Vassiliki Bouki},
  booktitle={SIGDOC '08},
  year={2008}
}
The effect of gender in academic achievement has often been the focus of research because of its potential implications. However, the Web has modified the way people access and use information. The present study examines the differences between males' and females' reading behaviour in hypertexts. The study focuses on text based electronic documents. Ninety participants (27 females and 63 males) read a hierarchically structured hypertext and answered a set of questions. The study examines some… CONTINUE READING

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