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posted on 2024-04-04, 12:41 authored by T. VerhagenT. Verhagen, Elizabeth Nelson-White, Matthijs L. Noordzij, Miriam M.R. Vollenbroek-Hutten

This research aims to contribute to the current body of knowledge by introducing and empirically validating 'embodied empowerment' as a predictive structure for adherence to wearable self-care technology. Using partial least squares structural equation modeling and multigroup analysis on a dataset consisting of 317 users of wearable self-care technologies, we find empirical evidence of the validity of the structure as adherence determinant.

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