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ArticleIdentifying Relevant Socio-Theoretic Foundations for Supporting Multi-Issue IT Cloudsourcing NegotiationsSoper, DanielService level agreement (SLA) negotiations involving cloud-based information technology (IT) service providers and customers are now commonplace. Although historical research on negotiation has often relied on economic foundations, the important natur . . .
ArticleMitra, SinjiniThis paper develops an integrated theoretical framework that links visuo-spatial mental models of Web interface design to user satisfaction, and reports on a controlled experiment aimed at investigating the nature of these mental models. Using data fr . . .
ArticleModern day addictions: The role of temptations in a reflective-impulsive-interoceptive awareness model of information system useTurel, OfirThis study examines a behavioral tripartite model developed in the field of addiction, and applies it here to understanding general and impulsive information technology use. It suggests that technology use is driven by two information-processing brain . . .