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Effective Computer-mediated Communication Using Hypertext: Introducing Expanding Hypertext--Are They Adventurous?
Unformatted Document Text:  Effective Computer-mediated Communication Using Hypertext 23 Paged Hypertext 63 (21) 69(33) 45(29) The numbers represent the mean scores in disorientation and standardized deviation scores in the parentheses. Figure 3. Text formats by adventurousness on disorientation Disorientation Adventurousness High Medium Low M e a n s 120 100 80 60 40 20 condition Scrolling Expanding Paged . Hypotheses about Comfort with Presentation Style There was a main text format effect on the participants’ levels of comfort with presentation style, F (2, 201) = 8.8, p < .01. Further analysis revealed that those who read the paged hypertext (M = 83, SD = 18.9) reported the highest scores in comfort with presentation style, followed by those who read the expanding hypertext (M = 77.9, SD = 19.6). The participants who read the scrolling text reported the lowest scores (M = 68.8, SD = 21). H5: Among highly adventurous participants, those who read PH will exhibit higher levels of comfort with presentation style than those who read ST. H6: Among highly adventurous participants, the participants who read EH will

Authors: Lee, Moon.
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Effective Computer-mediated Communication Using Hypertext
23
Paged Hypertext
63 (21)
69(33)
45(29)
The numbers represent the mean scores in disorientation and standardized deviation scores in
the parentheses.
Figure 3. Text formats by adventurousness on disorientation
Disorientation
Adventurousness
High
Medium
Low
M
e
a
n
s
120
100
80
60
40
20
condition
Scrolling
Expanding
Paged
.
Hypotheses about Comfort with Presentation Style
There was a main text format effect on the participants’ levels of comfort with
presentation style, F (2, 201) = 8.8, p < .01. Further analysis revealed that those who read the
paged hypertext (M = 83, SD = 18.9) reported the highest scores in comfort with presentation
style, followed by those who read the expanding hypertext (M = 77.9, SD = 19.6). The
participants who read the scrolling text reported the lowest scores (M = 68.8, SD = 21).
H5: Among highly adventurous participants, those who read PH will exhibit higher
levels of comfort with presentation style than those who read ST.
H6: Among highly adventurous participants, the participants who read EH will


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