Attitudes, satisfaction and usage: Factors contributing to each in the acceptance of information technology

  title={Attitudes, satisfaction and usage: Factors contributing to each in the acceptance of information technology},
  author={Said S. Al-gahtani and Malcolm King},
  journal={Behav. Inf. Technol.},
This research tests and develops the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), introduced by Davis (1986), which attempts to explain end users' attitudes to computing technologies. [] Key Method A questionnaire with over seventy items was completed by a large number of users and LISREL, a technique for modelling a system of structural equations, was used to analyse the responses. The output shows the model as a whole fits the data very well and indicates significant relationships between variables in the model…

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