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Table 1 Measured scales

From: Value of normative belief in intention to use workplace health promotion apps

Construct N items \(\alpha\) Mean (SD) Journal Refs.
Attitudinal belief 4 0.93 5.02 (1.29) Decision support systems [35]
Perceived severity (5-point Likert Scale) 3 0.87 2.97 (0.98) Journal of health communication [36]
Perceived susceptibility (5-point Likert Scale) 3 0.81 4.20 (0.69) Journal of health communication [36]
Perceived ease of use 4 0.90 5.51 (1.20) Decision support systems [35]
Perceived enjoyment 3 0.90 4.60 (1.36) Journal of applied social psychology [37]
Perceived usefulness 4 0.94 4.83 (1.37) Decision support systems [35]
Normative belief 3 0.83 4.06 (1.29) IEEE Transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics-Part A: systems and humans [38]
External influences 3 0.81 4.10 (1.19) IEEE Transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics-Part A: systems and humans [38]
Interpersonal influences 3 0.90 3.82 (1.43) IEEE Transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics-Part A: systems and humans [38]
Control belief 2 0.79 4.93 (1.34) IEEE Transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics-Part A: systems and humans [38]
Perceived self-efficacy 5 0.94 5.98 (1.15) Occupational Medicine [39]
Facilitating conditions 4 0.74 5.65 (0.95) MIS quarterly [40]
Behavioural intention 4 0.97 4.11 (1.67) Electronic Commerce research and applications [41]