Five-factor model personality traits as predictors of perceived and actual usage of technology

  title={Five-factor model personality traits as predictors of perceived and actual usage of technology},
  author={Tim Barnett and Allison W. Pearson and Rodney A. Pearson and Franz W. Kellermanns},
Received: 15 December 2011 Revised: 15 September 2012 2nd Revision: 30 April 2013 3rd Revision: 07 October 2013 4th Revision: 18 February 2014 5th Revision: 18 March 2014 Accepted: 25 March 2014 Abstract Understanding the adoption and use of technology is extremely important in the field of information systems. Not surprisingly, there are several conceptual models that attempt to explain how and why individuals use technology. Until recently, however, the role of personality in general, and the… CONTINUE READING
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