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On the evaluation of structural equation models
Criteria for evaluating structural equation models with latent variables are defined, critiqued, and illustrated. An overall program for model evaluation is proposed based upon an interpretation ofExpand
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User Acceptance of Computer Technology: A Comparison of Two Theoretical Models
Computer systems cannot improve organizational performance if they aren't used. Unfortunately, resistance to end-user systems by managers and professionals is a widespread problem. To better predict,Expand
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Assessing Construct Validity in Organizational Research
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Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation to Use Computers in the Workplace1
Previous research indicates that perceived usefulness is a major determinant and predictor of intentions to use computers in the workplace. In contrast, the impact of enjoyment on usage intentionsExpand
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Specification, evaluation, and interpretation of structural equation models
We provide a comprehensive and user-friendly compendium of standards for the use and interpretation of structural equation models (SEMs). Expand
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Evaluating Structural Equation Models with Unobservable Variables and Measurement Error: A Comment
The author comments on Fornell and Larcker's article in the February 1981 issue of JMR. He indicates some limitations of the analyses, pinpoints where they can be misleading, and introduces some newExpand
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A Social Influence Model of Consumer Participation in Network- and Small-Group-Based Virtual Communities
We investigate two key group-level determinants of virtual community participation - group norms and social identity - and consider their motivational antecedents and mediators. We also introduce aExpand
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The Legacy of the Technology Acceptance Model and a Proposal for a Paradigm Shift
  • R. Bagozzi
  • Computer Science, Psychology
  • J. Assoc. Inf. Syst.
  • 1 April 2007
This article presents a critique of a number of shortcomings with the technology acceptance model (TAM) and points to specific remedies in each case. Expand
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The self-regulation of attitudes, intentions, and behavior
We argue that attitudes and subjective norms are not sufficient determinants of intentions and that intentions are not a sufficient impetus for action, as maintained by leading theories of attitude.Expand
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An attitudinal model of technology-based self-service: Moderating effects of consumer traits and situational factors
The accelerating growth in technology-based self-service today is giving rise to questions about the acceptance of such forms of service delivery by all kinds of consumers and under differentExpand
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