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Table 1 Variables and their descriptive statistics

From: Psychological, social and technical factors influencing electronic medical records systems adoption by United States physicians: a systematic model

Variable No. Mean SD SEM
Intention 208 5.05 1.830 0.127
Attitude 230 5.13 1.876 0.124
Perceived behavioural control 230 4.74 1.781 0.117
Peer preference 220 4.40 1.678 0.113
Government policy and mandate 343 4.99 1.855 0.100
Industry standards 343 4.46 1.791 0.097
Knowledge 378 3.62 0.945 0.049
Perceived industry benefits 360 3.54 1.814 0.096
Perceived usefulness 334 4.08 2.040 0.112
Perceived ease of use 332 3.60 1.710 0.094
Financial ability 217 4.21 2.054 0.139
Workflow benefits 331 3.25 1.737 0.095
Relative advancement 342 5.25 1.329 0.072
  1. The constructs of the conceptual model and their descriptive statistics of the mean, standard deviation (SD) and standard error of the mean (SEM). Responses were gathered on a Likert scale (1 = completely negative, 7 = completely positive), except for knowledge (1 = not at all knowledgeable, 5 = completely knowledgeable). No. = total responses received for that question