A reexamination of the attitudes toward computer usage scale
The Attitudes Toward Computer Usage Scale (ATCUS) was factor analyzed using a sample of elderly adults (average age 73). The resulting factor structure was compared with previously reported results obtained with a sample of college-age students. Results of this study indicated differences in the two-factor patterns. Discussion focuses on the need to include adults of all ages when developing this type of measuring instrument.
Information Technology and Cybersecurity
Brown, Thomas S., James T. Brown, and Sharon A. Baack. "A reexamination of the attitudes toward computer usage scale." Educational and psychological measurement 48, no. 3 (1988): 835-842.
Educational and Psychological Measurement