cyberphobia


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cyberphobia

(sī″bĕr-fō′bē-ă) [″ + phobos, fear]
Tension, anxiety, and stress in persons required to work with a computer.
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Since cyberphobia or computer anxiety was not an issue with school administrators, they are readily accepting CMC as a means of communicating within schools (Czubaj, 1999).
In addition, there was evidence that computer anxiety or cyberphobia was a factor in teacher stress.
A report on cyberphobia as a factor in teacher stress in Queensland teachers, and implications for professional development.
Harris (1985) coined the term cyberphobia, an aversion or anxiety caused by technology.