A Study of the Relation Between Computer Input Time and Fatigue in Computer-Learning
self-awareness in fatigue
In the study, 174 computer-learning students were divided into two groups, the 30 minute-input work group and the 60 minute-input work group, and were questionnaired for finding out learners self-awareness in fatigue, and then compared with the scores of the Fricker Test. The following is the result. 1) Both of the groups expressed more self-awareness in fatigue after the input-work. Examination of the ordinal relationship in complaining of fatigue for 3 groups revealed the standard type, i. e. Only II-dominant type (mental-performance type, night-work type) in 60 minute-input work group showed I-dominant type (standard type) after the required work time. 2) The score of the Fricker Test dropped after computer input work. The score change was significant among 30 minute-grorp, the drop of 2.7%, 60 minute-group 7.9%. 3) No clear correlation was found between one's self-awareness in fatigue and the score of the Fricker Test.