here for construct definitions
Davis, F. D., Bagozzi,
R. P., and Warshaw, P. R. "User Acceptance of Computer Technology:
A Comparison of Two Theoretical Models," Management Science,
35, 1989, 982-1003. [Abstract]
positive or negative feeling about performing the target behavior
(e.g., using a system).
degree to which a person has formulated conscious plans to perform or
not perform some specified future behavior.
anxiety: The degree of an
individual’s apprehension, or even fear, when she/he is
faced with the possibility of using computers.
playfulness: The degree of cognitive
spontaneity in microcomputer interactions.
self-efficacy: The degree to which
an individual beliefs that he or she has the ability to perform
specific task/job using computer.
degree of ease associated with the use of the system.
degree to which an individual believes that an organizational and
technical infrastructure exists to support use of the system.
degree to which use of an innovation is perceived to enhance one's
status in one's social system.
perception regarding the degree to which the target system is relevant
to his or her job.
usability: A comparison
of systems based on the actual level (rather than perceptions)
of effort required to complete specific tasks.
quality: The degree to which an
individual believes that the system performs his or her job tasks
degree to which an individual believes that using the system
will help him or her to attain gains in job performance.
ease of use: See
the definition of effort expectancy.
enjoyment: The extent to which
the activity of using a specific system is perceived to be enjoyable
in it’s own right, aside from any performance consequences
resulting from system use.
the definition of performance expectancy.
of external control: See
the definition of facilitating conditions.
of the results of using the innovation.
degree to which an individual perceives that important others
believe he or she should use the new system.
perception that most people who are important to him think he should
or should not perform the behavior in question.
extent to which potential adopters perceive the adoption decision
to be non-mandatory.