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Development And Validation Of The Computer Self-Efficacy Scale

C. Murphy, Delphine Coover, S. Owen
Published 1989 · Psychology

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A 32-item Computer Self-Efficacy Scale (CSE) was developed to measure perceptions of capability regarding specific computer-related knowledge and skills. Data from 414 individuals engaged in learning to use computers in three settings were used to conduct analyses for assessing the reliability and construct validity of the instrument. A principal factor analysis with oblique rotation produced a conceptually meaningful 3-factor solution with high alpha reliabilities. An additional analysis suggested that the males and females in this study differed in judgments of their computer capability.
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