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Ibrahim ARPACI
Ibrahim ARPACI
Professor, Software Engineering, Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University
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Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
The development and initial tests for the psychometric properties of the COVID-19 Phobia Scale (C19P-S)
I Arpaci, K Karataş, M Baloğlu
Personality and individual differences 164, 110108, 2020
Understanding and predicting students' intention to use mobile cloud storage services
I Arpaci
Computers in Human Behavior 58, 150-157, 2016
Antecedents and consequences of cloud computing adoption in education to achieve knowledge management
I Arpaci
Computers in Human Behavior 70, 382-390, 2017
An empirical examination of continuous intention to use m-learning: An integrated model
M Al-Emran, I Arpaci, SA Salloum
Education and information technologies 25, 2899-2918, 2020
Predicting the actual use of m-learning systems: a comparative approach using PLS-SEM and machine learning algorithms
M Alshurideh, B Al Kurdi, SA Salloum, I Arpaci, M Al-Emran
Interactive Learning Environments 31 (3), 1214-1228, 2023
Effects of security and privacy concerns on educational use of cloud services
I Arpaci, K Kilicer, S Bardakci
Computers in Human Behavior 45, 93-98, 2015
The role of self-directed learning, metacognition, and 21st century skills predicting the readiness for online learning
K Karataş, İ Arpacı
Contemporary Educational Technology 13 (3), ep300, 2021
A hybrid modeling approach for predicting the educational use of mobile cloud computing services in higher education
I Arpaci
Computers in human Behavior 90, 181-187, 2019
A comparative study of the effects of cultural differences on the adoption of mobile learning
I Arpaci
British Journal of Educational Technology 46 (4), 699-712, 2015
The impact of cultural collectivism on knowledge sharing among information technology majoring undergraduates
I Arpaci, M Baloğlu
Computers in Human Behavior 56, 65-71, 2016
Understanding the social sustainability of the Metaverse by integrating UTAUT2 and big five personality traits: A hybrid SEM-ANN approach
I Arpaci, K Karatas, I Kusci, M Al-Emran
Technology in Society 71, 102120, 2022
The impact of knowledge management practices on the acceptance of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) by engineering students: A cross-cultural comparison
I Arpaci, M Al-Emran, MA Al-Sharafi
Telematics and informatics 54, 101468, 2020
Individual differences in the relationship between attachment and nomophobia: The mediating role of mindfulness
I Arpaci, S Baloğlu, M, Ozteke Kozan, HI & Kesici
Journal of Medical Internet Research 19 (12), e404, 2017
Organizational adoption of information technologies: A literature review
I Arpaci, YC Yardimci, S Ozkan, O Turetken
International Journal of ebusiness and egovernment Studies 4 (2), 37-50, 2012
Culture and nomophobia: The role of vertical versus horizontal collectivism in predicting nomophobia
I Arpaci
Information Development 35 (1), 96-106, 2019
What impacts learning with wearables? An integrated theoretical model
M Al-Emran, R Al-Maroof, MA Al-Sharafi, I Arpaci
Interactive learning environments 30 (10), 1897-1917, 2022
Understanding the impact of knowledge management factors on the sustainable use of AI-based chatbots for educational purposes using a hybrid SEM-ANN approach
MA Al-Sharafi, M Al-Emran, M Iranmanesh, N Al-Qaysi, NA Iahad, I Arpaci
Interactive Learning Environments 31 (10), 7491-7510, 2023
Predicting the COVID-19 infection with fourteen clinical features using machine learning classification algorithms
I Arpaci, S Huang, M Al-Emran, MN Al-Kabi, M Peng
Multimedia Tools and Applications, 1-15, 2021
A review of recent research in problematic internet use: gender and cultural differences
M Baloğlu, R Şahin, I Arpaci
Current Opinion in Psychology 36, 124-129, 2020
The moderating effect of gender in the relationship between narcissism and selfie-posting behavior
I Arpaci, SB Yalçın, M Baloğlu, Ş Kesici
Personality and Individual Differences 134, 71-74, 2018
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