Computer literacy: getting the most from your PC

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Sage Publications, Sep 24, 1998 - Computers - 426 pages
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Using a horizontal organization (i.e., by task rather than program) Computer Literacy introduces students in the behavioral sciences to the computer resources they use on campus to do their work. Beginning with an introduction to computers, authors Ira H. Bernstein and Paul Havig use numerous examples with demonstrations (such as how to export an Excel file to a Word file) to show the reader how to select between programs for their specific needs, how to use the computer for communication and literature search purposes, how to use computers for databases and statistical programming, and some basics of computer programming. To enhance your students reading, the authors provide:

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Contents

Introduction
3
Computer Hardware
41
Computer Software
67
Copyright

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Prof. Bernstein has a long background in both experimental psychology and the study of individual differences. Much of his work involves medical applications including opthalmology, pain management, and psychiatry. After spending many years at the University of Texas at Arlington, he joined the faculty at UT Southwestern because of his work on a collaborative project with Dr. A. John Rush, former associate chair of the Department of Clinical Sciences and professor of Psychiatry. He also holds an adjoint appointment in the School of Health Professions.

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