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Perceptions and behavior-related intentions of consumers in smartphone-based mobile commerce

Maria Gabriela Horga, Elvira Nica, Dumitru Nancu, T. Kliestik
2021 SHS Web of Conferences  
Product reviews are paramount to users and a manner of gaining information unspecified by the retailer.  ...  Habit and omnipresence unswervingly shape customers' purposes and concrete mobile shopping usage behaviors.  ...  All authors listed have made a substantial, direct and intellectual contribution to the work, and approved it for publication.  ... 
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20219206011 fatcat:kc2saibxbng5vh7muhshqbnyxu

Reviewers' comments

1973 Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis  
Kazdin was submitted before the policy concerning nonexperimental manuscripts went into effect and was reviewed by three established researchers who have made substantial methodological contributions to  ...  The only unique criteria that I have been able to come up with is: "Does the manuscript specify a procedure or tool that might be useful in conducting behavioral research?"  ...  It therefore does not meet my criteria of functionality. I would like to add that his assertion that reversal designs can be used only to study transient effects is misleading.  ... 
pmid:16795437 pmcid:PMC1310867 fatcat:cwwpe5jolrb6dp5hoiewl7m5je

Effects of Servant Leader Behaviors on Organizational Citizenship Behaviors for the Individual (OCB-I) In the Nigeria's Utility Industry Using Partial Least Squares (PLS)

Abdu Jaafaru Bambale, Faridahwati Mohd Shamsudin, Chandrakatan a/l Subramaniam
2015 International Journal of Management and Sustainability  
This study examines the effects servant leader behaviors on employee organizational citizenship behaviors for the individual (OCB-I) among low and middle level employees of utility sector organizations  ...  first -on one major forms of employee citizenship behaviors -organizational citizenship behaviors that benefit the individual (OCB-I), A sample of 325 employees was used for empirical testing, and Partial  ...  Unspecified obligations denote human behaviour that when one individual party does a favour to another, there exists an expectation of some future return from the other individual party.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.11/2015.4.6./ fatcat:h5n3y76x5zerxdg2gdqodm5rvy

Psychosis and help-seeking behavior in rural KwaZulu Natal: unearthing local insights

Charlotte A. Labys, Ezra Susser, Jonathan K. Burns
2016 International Journal of Mental Health Systems  
A complex picture of help-seeking behavior, primarily involving informal mental health service providers, emerged.  ...  Nevertheless, few LMIC studies have examined individuals with psychosis in non-urban, non-hospital settings.  ...  He cannot do it because he does not have anything to use towards this.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13033-016-0089-z pmid:27660651 pmcid:PMC5029022 fatcat:ehqgakn63zenpjhxdkdm27e5ey

Are Male Couples Changing Their Sexual Agreements and Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Alison R. Walsh, Stephen Sullivan, Rob Stephenson
2021 Aids and Behavior  
More research is needed to investigate shifting behavior and associated risk in order to adapt HIV services during the pandemic.  ...  Sexual agreements are an important element of HIV prevention for many partnered gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (GBMSM).  ...  The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10461-021-03256-2 pmid:33860408 fatcat:rasqv6hptvgzbodutonuzurl5u

Consumer internet purchasing behavior in Chile

Lynda Andrews, Constanza Bianchi
2013 Journal of Business Research  
Additionally, compatibility and result demonstrability are influential factors on attitudes towards this behavior.  ...  Despite the potential for e-commerce growth in Latin America, studies investigating factors that influence consumers' Internet purchasing behavior are very limited.  ...  The sample is composed 48.6% women and 51.4% men, and 100% have made at least one product or service purchase on the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2013.01.012 fatcat:oag7yqpeoff4zesrffkmiqh73q

Response to the Commentaries on: "Behavior Analysis of Psychotic Disorders: Scientific Dead End or Casualty of the Mental Health Political Economy?"

Stephen E. Wong
2006 Behavior and Social Issues  
Rakos that many people have negative reactions to "overt, discernable behavior control."  ...  Rakos suggests that "belief in free will" is the underlying antagonist to behavior analysis, and this "sense of autonomy" may actually have a natural or biological foundation as a primary reinforcer.  ...  services.  ... 
doi:10.5210/bsi.v15i2.390 fatcat:ed3d3dqz2vclriybwqv3ko6xiy

Disturbing behavior: neurotoxic effects in children

M May
2000 Environmental Health Perspectives  
Some evidence suggests that thyroxine is transported to brain cells via a binding protein, and some PCBs might bind that protein more readily than thyroxine does.  ...  research on appropriate methods for identifying fetal alcohol syndrome, effective prevention services and interventions for pregnant alcohol-dependent women, and a host of support services for people  ... 
doi:10.1289/ehp.108-a262 pmid:10856040 pmcid:PMC1638156 fatcat:qz2zv4tl6nepfo77tt6bve5zem

Remedying Hyperopia: The Effects of Self-Control Regret on Consumer Behavior

Anat Keinan, Ran Kivetz
2008 Journal of Marketing Research  
Kivetz and Simonson suggest that consumers, who recognize their tendency to avoid temptations and focus on doing "the right thing," pre-commit to indulgences to ensure that the goal of having more fun  ...  A series of five studies demonstrates the effect of self-control regrets on real choices and actual shopping behavior.  ...  Such anticipated regret may have important behavioral consequences, as discussed in a subsequent section.  ... 
doi:10.1509/jmkr.45.6.676 fatcat:ichh4ydaqreixjr37hgk36wttu

Verbal Operants of Corruption: A Study of Avoidance in Corruption Behavior

Tete Kobla Agbota, Ingunn Sandaker, Gunnar Ree
2015 Behavior and Social Issues  
The verbal behavior of the public servant is positively reinforced because he gets a bribe, and the verbal behavior of the client is positively reinforced because he/she receives service or favorable answer  ...  Our data show that parties to corrupt practices use expressions that accentuate this discreet behavior, whether demanding or offering bribes.  ...  We asked the following: Have you or anyone you know made informal payments to public officers for services provided?  ... 
doi:10.5210/bsi.v24i0.5864 fatcat:y4g3mhs5mzg4hjwauyyiwt6zgq

Voluntary Behavior Modification during a Pandemic: Perceptions and Behaviors toward COVID-19 in Japan

Firman Budianto, Yuichi Nishikori
2021 Makara Hubs-Asia  
their attitude and behavior.  ...  COVID-19 infection had a strong impact on the adoption of behavior modification.  ...  Because I have been working from home since late February. Also, most of my favorite events, concerts, and trips have been canceled since about the same time, too.  ... 
doi:10.7454/ fatcat:i3xxedpszjaapb4526zgv4yzpy

Interactivity and presence of three eHealth interventions

Robert P. Hawkins, Jeong-Yeob Han, Suzanne Pingree, Bret R. Shaw, Timothy B. Baker, Linda J. Roberts
2010 Computers in Human Behavior  
In a human-computer context, for the computer to hold up its side of interactivity requires it to have stored and processed aspects of prior behaviors both by itself and its human partner.  ...  Although ease of access across time and place and a proliferation of services not previously available are clearly part of the Internet's appeal, researchers have for years argued that the Internet and  ...  The Mentor was perceived as having both high interactivity and high presence (over 3.0 on the 0-4 scale, considerably higher than the unspecified pretest resource).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2010.03.011 pmid:20617154 pmcid:PMC2896786 fatcat:jn4akxl3fbh33jkjsqvitxg3xi

Preventing Teenage Pregnancy [chapter]

1984 Progress in Behavior Modification  
If you are HIV positive does it mean you have to get AIDS?' At age ten, 'Sexuality -what is it and what words describe it? Does sex always lead to having a baby? Discuss Aat question.  ...  "I don't think I would like to go to my doctor because although I have not been there for years, he knows my parents, and my parents would not exactly be very pleased if they ever thought of the reason  ...  Indicators of e/Tecave ramify planning services  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-535616-9.50006-7 fatcat:m6l6tw52wfbp5dis6qmlmytwkm

What Is a "Psychology of Religion"? A Review of Religion and Human Behavior by W. N. Schoenfeld

Donald A. Cook
1994 The Behavior Analyst  
So before we have embarked upon an analysis of religious behavior, we are informed (might one say warned?) that this sphere does indeed exist.  ...  Again, empirical data might have some bearing. To any who might gather such data, I will say that that has been my experience.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03392667 pmcid:PMC2733689 fatcat:ehkdxd2o3vgenj6ukbvzn6llny

A comparison of behavioral and conventional conceptions of investment

Philip Bromiley
1987 Journal of Behavioral Economics  
A comparison of behavioral and conventional conceptions of investment Bromiley, Philip Elsevier P. Bromiley, "A comparison of behavioral and conventional conceptions of investment  ...  To my knowledge, these models have not been compared on the basis of prediction using data from individual firms. 14With sufficiently strong assumptions, this problem can be assumed away.  ...  Zf factor proportions can only be altered ex ante, then the distributed lag of investment on changes in the relative price of capital services should have a different shape from the distributed lag of  ... 
doi:10.1016/0090-5720(87)90002-7 fatcat:dbtqk7rmorgwdpb7rufapcr7ue
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