The Influence of the Scenario on Intention to Comply with Warnings

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Reginaldo Schiavini

Abstract: The aim of this pilot study was to compare the influence of scenarios in the perceptions of participants. Were manipulated factors such as the danger and risk that led to the obtention of two scenarios called selfish and unselfish. The importance of using scenarios for doing this research on behavior consonant with warnings is very large, especially when you need to model/select virtual involvements. Such scenarios can support reasoning about situations of use, even before these situations are created. In this pilot study, the scenarios were developed to assess behavioral intentions to comply with security warnings, as well as the perception of risk and danger. The aim was to find a scenario that is sufficiently negative to dynamic warning technology-based, ie, they tend to produce low rates of behavioral intentions. For this, we measured behavioral intentions through a questionnaire. The sample consisted of 60 volunteer college students. The main results showed no significant differences between the two scenarios and both can be used.

Keywords: Scenarios, Virtual Reality, Warnings, Behavioral Intention

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe100808

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