The Observation and Experiment of Field dependence/Field Independence Based on R&T Users’ Behavioral of Information Searching

Li-ren GAN, Chen BAI

Abstract



Analysis the R&T users’ behavioral of information seeking based on the theory of field independence/field dependence and take experiments on the analysis. It is of great meaning to make research from the angle. Choose university students as example to take empirical datum analysis and.
Key words: R&T Users, field dependence/field independence, information seeking, cognitive style, experiment
Résumé: Le présent article vise à analyser, sur la base de la théorie de dépendance de champ/indépendance de champ, le comportement de recherche d’information des utilisateurs R&T et à faire l’expérimentation sur l’analyse. Il est de grande signification d’entreprendre les recherches sous cet angle. On choisit des étudiants universitaires comme exemples pour accomplir l’analyse des données empiriques.
Mots-Clés: utilisateurs R&T, dépendance de champ/indépendance de champ, recherche d’information, style cognitif, expérimentation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720070305.010

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