Researching cognitive absorption in the context of fun-oriented information systems usage: an exploratory study

@inproceedings{Weniger2011ResearchingCA,
  title={Researching cognitive absorption in the context of fun-oriented information systems usage: an exploratory study},
  author={Sandra Weniger and Claudia L{\"o}bbecke},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2011}
}
In this exploratory study, we investigate the role of cognitive absorption, a state of deep involvement with software, in the context of fun-oriented information systems (IS) usage. The construct of cognitive absorption has proven to be valuable for understanding the formation of user beliefs and intention to use. However, most prior studies which incorporate cognitive absorption, have focused on productivity-oriented IS usage in organizational or work-related settings. Paying tribute to the… CONTINUE READING

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