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The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship among a broader range of emotions (anger, anxiety, happiness, and sadness) and the acquisition of nine computer related skills.Pre- and post-surveys were given to 184 preservice education students (123 females, 61 males) enrolled in 8 month, integrated laptop program.Happiness was expressed most of the time – anxiety, anger, and sadness were reported sometimes. Anxiety and anger levels decreased significantly, while computer knowledge increased. Happiness and anxiety were the only emotions significantly related to change in computer knowledge.
Updated: Dec. 07, 2008