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Trust and TAM in Online Shopping: An Integrated Model
Research on experienced repeat online shoppers shows that consumer trust is as important to online commerce as the widely accepted TAM use-antecedents, perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use, and provides evidence that online trust is built through a belief that the vendor has nothing to gain by cheating.
Structural Equation Modeling and Regression: Guidelines for Research Practice
The article presents a running example which analyzes the same dataset via three very different statistical techniques and compares two classes of SEM: covariance-based SEM and partial-least-squaresbased SEM, and discusses linear regression models and guidelines as to when SEM techniques and when regression techniques should be used.
A Practical Guide To Factorial Validity Using PLS-Graph: Tutorial And Annotated Example
What factorial validity is and how to run its various aspects in PLS are explained and an annotated example with data is provided to assist in reconstructing the detailed example.
Specifying Formative Constructs in Information Systems Research
Whether formative constructs are indeed being mistaken for reflective constructs by information systems researchers by examining complete volumes of MIS Quarterly and Information Systems Research over the last 3 years is examined.
Validating Instruments in MIS Research
- D. Straub
- PsychologyMIS Q.
- 1 June 1989
An operating paradigm for renewal along dimensions previously unstressed is offered and it is argued that confirmatory empirical findings will be strengthened when instrument validation precedes both internal and statistical conclusion validity and that, in many situations, MIS researchers need to validate their research instruments.
Validation Guidelines for IS Positivist Research
Heuristics for reinvigorating the quest for validation in IS research via content/construct validity, reliability, manipulation validity, and statistical conclusion validity are suggested and new guidelines for validation and new research directions are offered.
Information Technology Adoption Across Time: A Cross-Sectional Comparison of Pre-Adoption and Post-Adoption Beliefs
The examination of Windows technology in a single organization indicates that users and potential adopters of information technology differ on their determinants of behavioral intention, attitude, and subjective norm.
Consumer trust in B2C e-Commerce and the importance of social presence: experiments in e-Products and e-Services
Common Beliefs and Reality About PLS
It is shown that PLS does offer advantages for exploratory research and that it is a viable estimator for composite factor models, and can pose an interesting alternative if the common factor model does not hold.
Reconceptualizing System Usage: An Approach and Empirical Test
An empirical investigation of the relationship between system usage and short-run task performance in cognitively engaging tasks supports the benefits of the approach and shows how an inappropriate choice of usage measures can lead researchers to draw opposite conclusions in an empirical study.