The Role of Technology Anxiety and Self-Efficacy in Information Technology Training

@inproceedings{Lee2005TheRO,
  title={The Role of Technology Anxiety and Self-Efficacy in Information Technology Training},
  author={Cheon-Pyo Lee and Merrill Warkentin},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2005}
}
Technology anxiety (TA) and self-efficacy (SE) have received enormous attention from researchers and practitioners because of their critical effects on individuals’ beliefs and performance. This study empirically extends the existing literature by exploring the effects of TA and SE in a training process where individuals’ beliefs are sequentially changed through experience. This paper describes how two different types of TA and SE, general and system specific, are constructed across different… CONTINUE READING

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