A Longitudinal Model of Continued IS Use: An Integrative View of Four Mechanisms Underlying Postadoption Phenomena
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Keywordslongitudinal study; panel model; information systems use; continued use; technology acceptance model (TAM); theory of belief updating; self-perception theory; habit;
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