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Beliefs Underlying Teams Intention and Practice: An Application Of the Theory of Planned Behavior

@inproceedings{Passos2013BeliefsUT,
  title={Beliefs Underlying Teams Intention and Practice: An Application Of the Theory of Planned Behavior},
  author={Carol Passos and Daniela Soares Cruzes and Manoel G. Mendonça},
  booktitle={Conferencia Iberoamericana de Software Engineering},
  year={2013}
}
Many theories aim to understand the beliefs underlying an intention or behavior. These theories are currently used to seek answers about how people progress from intention to practice in business environments. The Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) is today one of the most popular socio- psychological models for the prediction of behavior. It is believed that people consider the implications of their actions and act based on a reasonable assessment of those implications. In this context, belief… 

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