Is Planned Behavior Theory Still Valid?

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Is Planned Behavior Theory Still Valid?
Henry Velasquez, Business Consultant, Colombia, Member

Im not sure about how much are important different behavioral theories in the present world in which all behavior concepts are changing dramatically, due to the special freedom given by modern media, such as fast communications by internet, social networks and the searching of new live ways. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Time Continuum of Behavior Change
Gary Rosenfeld, Project Manager, United States, Member

I believe that the behavioral theories are still valid and need to be considered. What we don't often take into account is the time frames in which we expect behavioral change to take place. When do the early adopters and late adopters and dropouts appear? I think that with the increased cadence of change we have a greater expectation of that whilst the time frame has been shortened.

TPB is Thoughtful
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member

Ajzen's TPB approach deserves thoughtful consideration. What happens, and most importantly so, is at the subliminal level.

Theory of Planned Behavior Gives True Picture
Muhammad Younas, Project Manager, Pakistan, Member


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