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Title: How Does E-mail Use Affect Perceived Control of Time?
Authors: Huang,Eugenia Y.;Lin, Sheng-Wei
Contributors: 資管系
Keywords: E-mail;Personality;Time management;Self-efficacy;Perceived control of time
Date: 2014.05
Issue Date: 2014-08-12 15:46:06 (UTC+8)
Abstract: It is well established in the psychology literature that personality predicts performance to some degree. However, personality neither solely nor directly predicts outcomes. Rather, performance and outcomes unfold through context-specific mediating constructs. This study identified two constructs that mediate the relationship between proactivity and perceived control of time in e-mail use and tested the model with data from 251 knowledge workers. The results show that proactivity predicts the perceived control of time in e-mail use through both e-mail-specific time management behavior and e-mail self-efficacy. Further, greater e-mail self-efficacy leads to improved e-mail-specific time management behavior.
Relation: Information & Management, 51(6), 679-687
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