GENDER DIFFERENCES ON ATTITUDES, COMPUTER USE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG GREEK UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
ABSTRACTThe aim of this study was to discover any possible relation(s) between the subject of computer, the involvement in physical activity examine and the attitudes of Greek Physical Education students, divided by gender. The sample consisted of 165 freshmen students, 93 males and 72 females. They completed: a) the “Computer Attitude Scale” questionnaire (Selwyn, 1997), and b) the “Planned Behavior Theory” questionnaire (Ajzen & Madden, 1986; Theodorakis, 1994; Theodorakis, et al., 1995). The results indicated gender differences on two factors, “affect” and “perceived usefulness”. No gender differences were indicated on the sample attitudes towards PA.