Anxiety And Avoidance: The Mediating Effects Of Computer Self-Efficacy On Computer Anxiety And Intention To Use Computers

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Kevin P. Pauli
Richard L. Gilson
Douglas R. May

Keywords

computer anxiety

Abstract

Computer anxiety effect on intention to use computers is discussed. Computer self-efficacy, based on social cognitive theory is suggested as a way to influence avoidance behavior. The mediating effect of computer self-efficacy on individual computer anxiety and intention to use computers is tested. Results indicate that the effects of computer anxiety on intention to use computers are fully mediated by an individuals computer self-efficacy beliefs.

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