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Computer Self-Efficacy: Development of a Measure and Initial Test
This paper discusses the role of individuals' beliefs about their abilities to competently use computers (computer self-efficacy) in the determination of computer use. A survey of Canadian managers… Expand
Social Cognitive Theory and Individual Reactions to Computing Technology: A Longitudinal Study
A model, based on Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory, was developed to test the influence of computer self-efficacy, outcome expectations, affect, and anxiety on computer usage. The model was tested… Expand
Application of Social Cognitive Theory to Training for Computer Skills
While computer training is widely recognized as an essential contributor to the productive use of computers in organizations, very little research has focused on identifying the processes through… Expand
Assessing Between-Group Differences in Information Systems Research: A Comparison of Covariance-and Component-Based SEM
Multigroup or between-group analyses are common in the information systems literature. The ability to detect the presence or absence of between-group differences and accurately estimate the strength… Expand
Understanding online customer repurchasing intention and the mediating role of trust – an empirical investigation in two developed countries
- I. Qureshi, Y. Fang, E. Ramsey, P. McCole, P. Ibbotson, Deborah Compeau
- Computer Science
- Eur. J. Inf. Syst.
- 1 June 2009
Although e-commerce adoption and customers’ initial purchasing behavior have been well studied in the literature, repeat purchase intention and its antecedents remain understudied. This study… Expand
From Prediction to Explanation: Reconceptualizing and Extending the Perceived Characteristics of Innovating
Individual adoption and use of technology remains a critical concern for both managers and professionals. Despite the widespread integration of technology into work and organizations, there remain… Expand
Understanding and measuring user competence
- Malcolm Munro, S. Huff, Barbara L. Marcolin, Deborah Compeau
- Computer Science, Engineering
- Inf. Manag.
- 7 November 1997
End User Computing (EUC) is experiencing a resurgence of importance as managers realize it is tied to the new knowledge economy through knowledge-worker productivity. Assessing individual's… Expand
Who controls the purse strings: A study of consumers' and retail buyers' reactions in an America's FTA environment
Abstract Comparisons were made of the perceptions of Canadian retail buyers and consumers concerning the products, the countries and the people of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Argentina and… Expand
Assessing User Competence: Conceptualization and Measurement
- Barbara L. Marcolin, Deborah Compeau, Malcolm Munro, S. Huff
- Economics, Computer Science
- Inf. Syst. Res.
- 1 March 2000
Organizations today face great pressure to maximize the bene its from their investments in information technology (IT). They are challenged not just to use IT, but to use it as effectively as… Expand
Intentions to Use Information Technologies: An Integrative Model
An integrative model explaining intentions to use an information technology is proposed. The primary objective is to obtain a clearer picture of how intentions are formed, and draws on previous… Expand