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perception

the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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Teachers are more likely to intend to use technology when they perceive the easy use and usefulness of technology in learning and teaching (Teo, 2011).
Consumers who perceive a high product's risk are reluctant to trust the product (Mitchell, 1999).
The girl in the 14-16 age groups appeared to be at a significant level of blame for the psychological control that their parents perceive in the sportsmen.
Past research suggests that if a user perceives something or some person as credible, the user will have more positive attitude toward the thing and the person.
Furthermore, owing to their tendency of negatively evaluating others, such individuals are likely to perceive situations as more hostile, which may lead to higher levels of perceived stress.
When adolescents perceive conflict between parents, their sense of emotional security becomes threatened and they exhibit poor self-discipline at school and home (Davies and Lindsey, 2004; Madigan, 2005).
Even though consumers perceive the Internet as offering a number of benefits, the Internet tends to magnify some of the uncertainties involved with any purchase process.
His results demonstrated that perceived near-term usefulness, compared to perceive long-term usefulness had a more significant effect on behavioral intention to use technology.
If they perceive that it is easy to use, they will also perceive it as being useful to them.
Ahead it suggests that the night shift nurses perceive themselves as less regarded than the day shift nurses.
Morrison, (2000) has emphasized that cultural factors such as social norms can influence the way entrepreneurs perceive opportunities and this could represent significant barriers.
Possibility level: even though one only hopes for uncertain outcomes, s/he must perceive them as possible (Lazarus, 1999), but a desire can be a mere fantasy, so one can desire something which is perceived to be impossible.