behavioural intention

behavioural intention

a person's conscious or deliberate intention to engage in a behaviour.
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The specific research objectives were i) To identify the farmers' intention, SA, SN and PBC levels in the decision to use insecticides as DBM pests' control ii) To study the relationship between SA, SN, PBC and behavioural intention ; iii) To study the contribution of SA, SN, PBC on behavioural intention.
1% of the variance that might affect the behavioural intention of accepting and using web-based training technology, when excluding all other variables the increase of culture perception by one unit will increase intention to accept and use WBT technology by 50.
In that study, relationships between perceived usefulness (PU), perceived ease of use (EoU) and computer attitude (CA) on the one hand and behavioural intention (BI) on the other were validated as significant whereas the relationship between behavioural intention (BI) was not significant (Teo et al.
Furthermore, PU and PC have direct significant effects on behavioural intention.
the dependent variable behavioural intention (BI)--the degree to which a person has formulated conscious plans to perform or not perform some specified future behaviour.
Therefore, the major objective of the current paper is to identify the disparity of individuals according to their behavioural intention to marry or cohabit.
Then, we will adopt the thematic analysis method to analyse the ethnographic in-depth interviews via the theoretical frameworks of reasoned action and culture change to examine the cultural capital, behavioural intention and behavioural drivers, subjective norm and behavioural norm of the Chinese IP end-users.
The stronger behavioural intention, the more likely the execution.
Although this response would be classified as aggressive rather than assertive, given the widespread culture of verbal abuse in the hospital setting, it was considered a likely, but active behavioural intention.
The Multiple Regression Analysis was used to determine the key influences on behavioural intention.
The differences in individual's behavioural intention or EI in a given situation are because individuals differ in their cognitive processes.
The UTAUT theory hypothesized four indicators which influence behavioural intention and usage.
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