Extending the Consumer Acceptance of Technology (CAT) Model: Antecedents and Mediators
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The aims of this paper is three-fold: (a) to propose a new extended consumer acceptance of technology (CAT) model with an addition of more appropriate emotion measures and the inclusion of a financial value for money construct, (b) to broaden the conceptualization of consumer adoption of technology; and (c) to clarify the role of key mediators in the model. A set of hypotheses is proposed with findings pointing towards a multidimensional approach to behavioural intentions and a chiefly different model to those proposed in extant literature.
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