Explaining cyberloafing: The role of the theory of planned behavior
Journal / Book Title
Computers in Human Behavior
The Internet enables employees to be more productive than ever before, but it also allows employees a new way to escape from work—cyberloafing. In our investigation, we test the validity of the Theory of Planned Behavior as a model of cyberloafing. In Study 1, the goal is to provide an initial test of the theory. In Study 2, we cross-validate the results from Study 1 in a sample that approaches representing the general working population. Results unanimously support the main TPB model, the model accounting for 32% and 37% of the variance in cyberloafing in Studies 1 and 2, respectively. The discussion addresses both the theoretical impact and practical implications of our work
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Askew, Kevin; Buckner, John E.; Taing, Meng U.; Ilie, Alex; and Bauer, Jeremy A., "Explaining cyberloafing: The role of the theory of planned behavior" (2014). Department of Psychology Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 39.
Askew, K., Buckner, J. E., Taing, M. U., Ilie, A., Bauer, J. A., & Coovert, M. D. (2014). Explaining cyberloafing: The role of the theory of planned behavior. Computers in Human Behavior, 36, 510-519.