• Publications
  • Influence
The benefits and dangers of enjoyment with social networking websites
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Information Systems enjoyment has been identified as a desirable phenomenon, because it can drive various aspects of system use. Expand
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User acceptance of wireless short messaging services: Deconstructing perceived value
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Wireless value-added pay-per-use services, such as short messaging services (SMS), have attracted increased attention in recent years. Expand
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Integrating Technology Addiction and Use: An Empirical Investigation of Online Auction Users
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Technology addiction is a relatively new mental condition that has not yet been well integrated into mainstream MIS models. Expand
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User acceptance of hedonic digital artifacts: A theory of consumption values perspective
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We identified several value drivers of hedonic digital artifacts and measured them in the context of mobile phone ringtones using the theory of consumption values. Expand
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Satisfaction with mobile services in Canada: An empirical investigation
Abstract While customer satisfaction and loyalty regarding most physical goods and services have been well explored in academic literature, there exists little research on these factors with respectExpand
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Online game addiction among adolescents: motivation and prevention factors
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We propose and test a balanced model of the antecedents of online game addiction among adolescents, which simultaneously focuses on motivating, and prevention and harm reduction forces. Expand
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Quitting the use of a habituated hedonic information system: a theoretical model and empirical examination of Facebook users
  • O. Turel
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Eur. J. Inf. Syst.
  • 1 July 2015
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Social cognitive theory is used to point to key unique drivers of website discontinuance intentions: guilt feelings regarding the use of the website, which counterbalance the effects of continuance drivers: habit and satisfaction. Expand
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Family and work-related consequences of addiction to organizational pervasive technologies
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We applied the behavior-environment interface of social cognitive theory to explain several negative familial and organizational consequences of addiction to work-related pervasive technologies. Expand
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Increasing firm agility through the use of data analytics: The role of fit
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Higher levels of fit between data analytics tools and data, people, and tasks are critical for improving firm agility. Expand
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Reflecting on the "Dark Side" of Information Technology Use
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The objective of this panel is to advance knowledge in areas related to the “dark” side of IT use in organizations. Expand
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