Cognitive, motivation, and affective processes associated with computer-related performance: a path analysis
path analysis, cognitive, motivation, affective processes, computer-related performance
This study used a path analysis of longitudinal data collected from 600 undergraduate management information systems students to test a model of the cognitive, motivational, and affective processes impacting computer-related performance. Nearly all of the predicted paths were at least partially supported. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
Rozell, Elizabeth J., and W. L. Gardner III. "Cognitive, motivation, and affective processes associated with computer-related performance: a path analysis." Computers in Human behavior 16, no. 2 (2000): 199-222.
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Management and Information Technology