“Is This Even Relevant?” Investigating the Relevance of Antecedents to Trust in Ad Hoc Dyads

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2023-01-03
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Capiola, August
Fox, Elizabeth
Stephenson, Arielle
Hamdan, Izz Aldin
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Trust is an important variable for effective ad hoc collaboration. As ad hoc collaborations become more prevalent, researchers and stakeholders will need to identify what features facilitate rapid and appropriate swift trust, particularly in contexts comprising salient risk and high stakes. The present work investigated the relevance and impact of antecedents to swift trust in ad hoc dyads. In a within-subjects experiment, we leveraged a vignette and assessed what antecedents were relevant and affected trust in ad hoc dyad formation. The results showed that antecedents varied in terms of their relevance and effect on trust. We discuss how these results align with extant research and implications for future research investigating swift trust in ad hoc collaborations.
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Advances in Trust Research: How Context and Digital Technologies Matter, ad hoc, swift trust, trust, trustworthiness, vignettes
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Proceedings of the 56th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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