Cognitive factors affected when online access is degraded or disrupted

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2014-05-22

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Association for Psychological Science

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Conference

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Yes

Abstract

With increasing reliance on the Internet for work and pleasure, the cognitive effects of a disruption or degradation of network speed were examined. It was found that performance generally decreased as online access was disrupted and these changes were accompanied by affective responses such as anger and frustration.

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psychology

Citation

Scase, M.O. (2014) Cognitive factors affected when online access is degraded or disrupted. Association for Psychological Science Annual Conference in San Francisco, USA, 22-25 May 2014

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Research Institute

Institute for Psychological Science