TechnoStress

1997-2003 Media

Research

Commentaries

Speaker Information

Dr. Weil & Dr. Rosen

Book Reviews

International TechnoStress

Contact

RESEARCH, COMMENTARIES AND ONLINE ARTICLES


Our 49-Month Study of Business Attitudes Showing that Businesspeople Use More Technology at Work and at Home and are Becoming More Hesitant Toward New Technology

Are Computer, Video, and Arcade Games Affecting Children's Behavior? An Empirical Study

Book and Journal Publications

"Multitasking Madness"

reprint from Context Magazine

Y2K Preparedness

Commentary on HomeNet study showing that "Internet use appeared to cause a decline in psychological well-being and social relationships."

Dr. Rosen has written 40 technology columns for The National Psychologist, a bi-monthly publication, since 1995. Click here to read about: Spring Cleaning ... Spam ...Viruses ... TechnoStress Nightmares ... Practice Management Software ... Handheld Computers (PDAs) ... New Technology ... E-commerce ... Children Lost in Cyberspace ... Designing your Own Website in 10 Steps ... ... Y2K ... Online Chatting ... Web Portals ... Downloading Software ... Information Overload ... Internet Addiction ... Techno-Communication Privacy ... Speech Recogntion Software ... Web Bots, Spiders and E-Shopping ... Upgrading Your Computer ... and more.

Complete List of Recent Research

Excerpts from our international study of 3,500 people in 23 countries

Commentary on 1998 Satellite Failure

7 Month Y2K Study Shows Changing Attitudes and Behaviors

International Y2K Crisis

A COMPARISON OF Y2K ATTITUDES IN THE USA AND SLOVAKIA: Y2K is Truly an International TechnoStress



TechnoStress

1997-2003 Media

Research

Commentaries

Speaker Information

Dr. Weil & Dr. Rosen

Book Reviews

International TechnoStress

Contact