SEM has allowed social scientists to perform path analytic modeling with latent variables (Lvs), which in turn has led some to describe this approach as an example of “a second generation of multivariate analysis” (Fornell 1987, p. 408).Expand

The objective of this paper is to provide a basic framework for researchers interested in reporting the results of their Structural Equation Modeling analyses.Expand

This paper addresses this issue by providing a new latent variable modeling approach that can give more accurate estimates of interaction effects by accounting for the measurement error that attenuates the estimated relationships.Expand

Structural equation modeling (SEM) using LISREL, EOS, PLS, or other second genration data analysis techniques is increasingly being applied in MIS research.Expand

This paper describes the development of an instrument to capture the extent to which users of an advanced information technology believe they have appropriated its structures faithfully.Expand

This paper extends the technology acceptance model by adding perceived user resources to the model, with careful attention to placing the construct in TAM's existing nomological structure.Expand

This paper addresses this issue by providing a new latent variable modeling approach that can give more accurate estimates of such interaction effects by accounting for the measurement error in measures which attenuates the estimated relationships.Expand

Models used to study information technology (IT) adoption were adapted and applied to the group support systems (GSS) domain to determine their applicability and to assess the relative importance of beliefs about GSS in the context of adoption.Expand