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  1. Techno phobia & Techno Stress

  2. WARNING IF YOU ARE OF A NERVOUS DISPOSITION, HAVE A PRE-EXISTING HEART CONDITION OR ARE UNDER THE LEGAL AGE LIMIT TO VIEW SPOOKY LECTURES, DO NOT CONTINUE ... YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. OTHERWISE ... ENJOY THE RIDE.

  3. Contents • Technostress • Managing Technostress ------------------------------------------------------- • Technophobia • Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)

  4. The Design of Everyday Things by Donald Norman “The human mind is exquisitely tailored to make sense of the world. Give it the slightest clue and off it goes, providing explanation, rationalization, understanding. Consider the objects – nooks, radios, kitchen, appliances, office machines, and light switches – that make up our everyday lives. Well- designed objects are easy to interpret and understand. They contain visible clues to their operation. Poorly designed objects can be difficult and frustrating to use. They provide no clues – or sometimes false clues. They trap the user and thwart the normal processing interpretation and understanding…The result is a world filled with frustration.”

  5. Computer Phobia Techono Stress Techono Phobia Computer Stress Computer Aneixty

  6. Computer Phobia Techono Stress Techono Phobia Computer Stress Computer Aneixty

  7. Computer Phobia Techono Stress At least 30% of all groups irrespective of gender or age Techono Phobia Computer Stress Computer Aneixty

  8. Computer Phobia Techono Stress Resistant Hesitant At least 30% of all groups irrespective of gender or age Frustrated Techono Phobia Computer Stress Computer Aneixty

  9. Early Adaptors 10-15% Hesitant "Prove its" 50-60% Resisters 30-40% “Technostress” by Michelle M. Weil and Larry D. Rosen

  10. Frankensteinand Computers

  11. Switzerland, 1816

  12. Switzerland, 1816 1818

  13. 1818

  14. 1818 1815

  15. Anti-Technology Polemic World's First Computer Programmer 1818 1815

  16. TECHNOSTRESS

  17. Stress • Stress is a complex term to define. It's simplest definition might be that it is an event or situation that forces a person to adapt to the event. Stress is the event itself and the reaction to that event within the person experiencing it. Thus stress is completely subjective. What may be stressful to one person might be pleasant or fun to another.

  18. Human tendency to resist change

  19. Human tendency to resist change Unfriendly nature of technology

  20. Human tendency to resist change

  21. Human tendency to resist change The tendency to resist change is a result of how we process information, it comes in from an infinite number of sources, but is bottlenecked by the short-term memory.

  22. Environment

  23. Environment Five Senses ∞ ∞

  24. Environment Five Senses ∞ Sensory Memory ∞ ∞

  25. Environment Five Senses ∞ Sensory Memory ∞ Short-term Memory 5-9 chunks 20 secs ∞

  26. Environment Five Senses ∞ Sensory Memory ∞ Long-term Memory Long time ∞ Short-term Memory 5-9 chunks 20 secs ∞

  27. A Typical Day

  28. A Typical Day Wake up

  29. A Typical Day Wake up

  30. A Typical Day Wake up Shower

  31. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave

  32. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car

  33. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car ATM

  34. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car ATM Work

  35. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car ATM Work

  36. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car ATM Work

  37. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car ATM Work Home

  38. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car ATM Work Home

  39. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car ATM Work Home

  40. A Typical Day Wake up Shower Microwave Car ATM Work Home

  41. A Typical Day Wake up IndividuallyDesignedTo makeLife easier-but-CollectivelyIt’s stressful Shower Microwave Car ATM Work Home

  42. Technologically Captive Moments • Increments of time spent waiting for some machine-driven event to happen • e.g. • Being on hold, listening to hold music, waiting for someone to respond • Skipping to a song you want to hear on CD • Waiting for the microwave to finish • Waiting for you PC to boot • Waiting for a download

  43. Beating Technostress • How to you beat technostress? • How do you take back you life from the technology?

  44. Beating Technostress • Look around in you life, identify what parts of you life that technology plays a part in • Now look at where this technology is causing stress. • FIGHT IT

  45. Beating Technostress:SUGGESTION 1 of 4 • If you are studying, are watching the clock as well? • The clock is in charge and you are captive. Instead turn the clock away and set the alarm instead.