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Modelling trust formation in health information contexts

Frances Johnson, Jennifer Rowley, Laura Sbaffi
2015 Journal of information science  
This study explores trust formation in the context of health information.  ...  The proposed model is tested in a large scale survey using a trust inventory with factor analysis to explore the constructs of trust formation.  ...  Introduction On what basis do we trust information found in health information seeking contexts?  ... 
doi:10.1177/0165551515577914 fatcat:z4ady6hhyvai3ihduc33zzwlsm

National culture and trust in online health information

Mahmood Khosrowjerdi
2019 Journal of Librarianship and Information Science  
Study included in this review Found in following source Scopus Marton and Choo (2012) Scopus Google Scholar Scopus Scopus Scopus Scopus Scopus Yi et al. (2013) Scopus Yun and Park (2010) Marton  ...  Theories behind the models In general, different theories have been used to model trust formation of consumers in online health information.  ...  Students' Trust Formation and Credibility Judgments in the Online Health Context. Tidsskriftet Arkiv, 8(1).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0961000619836716 fatcat:lk42uzcwfvf6znht3hmbhg6wuy

Gender as an influencer of online health information-seeking and evaluation behavior

Jennifer Rowley, Frances Johnson, Laura Sbaffi
2015 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
This article contributes to the growing body of research that explores the significance of context in health information behaviour.  ...  complaint; and, women are more likely than men to use tablets in their health information seeking.  ...  be potential antecedents of trust formation in the context of digital health information sources.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23597 fatcat:bg6vdpryb5gl3a6hrkdl4t34fm

Untangling the antecedents of initial trust in Web-based health information: The roles of argument quality, source expertise, and user perceptions of information quality and risk

Mun Y. Yi, Jane J. Yoon, Joshua M. Davis, Taesik Lee
2013 Decision Support Systems  
Building on the current research in this area, our study proposes a model of initial trust formation in Web-based health information, rooted in the elaboration likelihood model (ELM) and Toulmin's model  ...  of information quality and risk play in determining an individual's decision to trust health information online.  ...  In response, this research provides a theory-grounded, integrated model of trust formation in Web-based health information.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2013.01.029 fatcat:zgsyryevkzfipa2npbps2zql3q

An Examination of the Antecedents of Trust in Facebook Online Health Communities

Fabiana Martins de Souza Tacco, Otávio P. Sanchez, Regina Connolly, Deborah R. Compeau
2018 European Conference on Information Systems  
The research model was tested using partial least squares, and the results show support for two new predictors of trust in online health communities: Online Community Responsiveness and Community Support  ...  The resulting lack of dependency on traditional health information channels has not only changed the way in which people source health information, but more importantly, the health information that they  ...  of trust formation in this specific context.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/TaccoSCC18 fatcat:rzggmhu6i5e3dnndrd3crd6crq

Examining User's Initial Trust Building in Mobile Online Health Community Adopting

Yuanyuan Cao, Jiantong Zhang, Liang Ma, Xinghong Qin, Junjun Li
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Both performance-based cue (doctors' information quality and interaction quality) and transfer-based cue (trust in the offline doctors' health service) positively shaped the initial trust in doctor.  ...  The results indicated that initial trust in MOHC context was composed of two interrelated components: health service provider (doctor) and underlying technology (MOHC platform).  ...  accumulated over time in the offline health context indeed has a cross-environment effect on the initial trust in mobile-health context.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17113945 pmid:32498381 fatcat:z3zbm2jq7fhz7cgdlealtkpzlq

Students' approaches to the evaluation of digital information: Insights from their trust judgments

Frances Johnson, Laura Sbaffi, Jennifer Rowley
2015 British Journal of Educational Technology  
This study contributes to an understanding of the role of experience in the evaluation phase of the information search process.  ...  A questionnaire-based survey collected data from first and third year undergraduate students regarding the factors that influence their judgment of the trustworthiness of online health information.  ...  Data access: Data collected in this research is available from the authors (j.rowley@mmu.ac.uk) or through Manchester Metropolitan University's Institutional Repository.  ... 
doi:10.1111/bjet.12306 fatcat:qkowysxgrrfkfg62l24qp4nyrm

The Moderating Influence of Privacy Concern on the Efficacy of Privacy Assurance Mechanisms for Building Trust: A Multiple-Context Investigation

Gaurav Bansal, Fatemeh "Mariam" Zahedi, David Gefen
2008 International Conference on Information Systems  
The results of this study show distinct behavioral differences between how individuals with high versus low privacy concern form their trust to disclose private information across different contexts.  ...  The paper also adds to the Elaboration Likelihood Model Theory (ELM) by demonstrating the combined moderating roles of context and degree of involvement (privacy concern).  ...  In support of H3, low PC positively moderated the impact of information quality on trust in the finance and health contexts.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/BansalZG08 fatcat:ose67f6gn5bflm3iw2yky53ybe

Privacy-Related Context Information for Ubiquitous Health

Antto Seppälä, Pirkko Nykänen, Pekka Ruotsalainen
2014 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
We have provided new knowledge regarding privacy-related context information and corresponding components by analyzing typical activities in ubiquitous health.  ...  Objective: Our goal was to analyze privacy-related context information and to define the corresponding components and their properties that support privacy management in ubiquitous health.  ...  The first author acknowledges the support of the Tampere Doctoral Programme in Information Science and Engineering (TISE).  ... 
doi:10.2196/mhealth.3123 pmid:25100084 pmcid:PMC4114417 fatcat:4stvw7saxzh3xhka4zf4mfwtke

Role of Trust in Privacy Assurance and Perceived Disease Severity on Personal Health Information Disclosure

Chul Woo Yoo, Myung-Seong Yim, H. Raghav Rao
2013 International Conference on Information Systems  
Hence, this study attempts to examine the influence of healthcare privacy breach on health information disclosure, and the moderating role of trust in privacy assurance and perceived disease severity in  ...  The benefits of digitization of personal health information have been identified in many studies (Anderson and Agarwal 2011; Glaser et al. 2008; Noffsinger and Chin 2000) .  ...  This research is funded in part by NSF under Grants 0916612, 1227353, and 1241709, The research of the last author is also supported by the World Class University program funded by the Ministry of Education  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/YooYR13 fatcat:3wajmrspmrfibkhzpcecwv45fe

Modelling users' trust in online health rumours: an experiment-based study in China

Shengli Deng, Center for the Studies of Information Resources, Wuhan University, China, Shaoxiong Fu, Yong Liu, Hongxiu Li, College of Information Management of Nanjing Agricultural University, China, Aalto University School of Business, Department of Information and Service Management, Finland, epartment of Information and Knowledge Management, Tampere University, Finland
2021 Information Research: An International Electronic Journal  
However, false information in such domains may lead to serious consequences if it gains users' trust.  ...  Using real-world online health rumour data from a Chinese database, the authors investigated the predictors of users' trust in online health rumours.  ...  Acknowledgements This research is supported in part by Wuhan University artificial intelligence project (Grant No. 2020AI021 ) and National Natural Science Foundation, PR China (Grant No. 71974149 )  ... 
doi:10.47989/irpaper890 fatcat:le4ja27qhnggfovwdmrorceafa

Making Mobile Health Information Advice Persuasive

Jinjin Song, Yan Li, Xitong Guo, Kathy Ning Shen, Xiaofeng Ju
2022 Journal of Organizational and End User Computing  
As M-Health apps become more popular, users can access more mobile health information (MHI) through these platforms.  ...  The proposed research model was validated through a survey.  ...  Particularly, in the health information context, trust is the result of quality assurance of the health information (Ding & Huang, 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.4018/joeuc.287573 fatcat:u2fiqfhiejc23iobc5t3aumbty

Explaining the Impact of Formal Institutions on Social Trust: A Psychological Approach

Larysa Tamilina, Natalya Tamilina
2018 Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics  
These four factors are combined into a single analytical framework that is used for establishing channels through which the institutional context impacts social trust formation.  ...  By drawing on psychological models of action choice, this study distinguishes between four key factors that determine trust building: (1) knowledge to trust, (2) others-regarding, (3) cognition, and (4  ...  This research's main objective is to introduce a new comprehensive model of trust formation in institutional contexts by drawing on various theories of psychology.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0260107917742743 fatcat:gdmurv3lj5drxa3wdtlguirqcu

Would you Trust a Bot for Healthcare Advice? An Empirical Investigation

Ashish Viswanath Prakash, Saini Das
2020 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
In this context, we investigated the factors influencing consumer's trust in AI-based health chatbots using an integrated framework based on Technology Trust Model.  ...  The study found empirical evidence for four determinants of consumer's trust in health chatbots namely, social presence, perceived usefulness, safety risk, and propensity to trust.  ...  Taking a cue from our research, future research should examine the impact of anthropomorphic design features on trust formation in health chatbots.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/PrakashD20 fatcat:qyl7idxc6jczpfgsltnj2iiavy

Page 578 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 32, Issue 4 [page]

2007 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
Research in the consumer website context has explored the relationship between satisfaction, reputation and trust and between user satisfaction, trust and affective commitment.  ...  Scepticism towards health claims was positively influenced by Information Acquisition and Processing, Consideration-set Formation and Social Outcomes types of consumer self-confidence but not by Personal  ... 
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