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BEHAVIOUR AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
An international journal on the human aspects of computing
Vols. 1-33. London, 1982-2014. Partly reprint. $ 6800
- Vols. 1-26. 1982-2007. Per volume $ 220
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- A half-dozen to a dozen articles in each issue of BEHAVIOUR AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY are directed to behaviorists, systems teachers, and computer technicians. There are professional announcements, book reviews, and conference reports. "Context and Self-Selection Effects" and computer-aided instruction (CAI) systems are typical items found in this periodical. Particularly meaningful are the articles indicating how personality-inventory studies can expedite the integration of social psychology information (Katz).
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