Health care social support, emotions & behavioural intentions

Published: 26 March 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/435fgvd57s.1
Contributor:
Aruna Mesquita e Noronha

Description

The research hypothesises positive relationships between perceived social support and social support satisfaction, negative relationships between perceived social support and post-consumption emotions, positive relationship between social support satisfaction and consumer behavioural intentions, negative relationship between post-consumption emotions and consumer behavioural intentions. Quantitative data was gathered from 630 patients of various hospitals through pre-designed questionnaires using a5-point Likert-type scale. The data was analysed through Structural Equations Modelling (AMOS 18). 4 out of the 8 hypothesis were supported and the study concludes that ‘social support satisfaction’ should be viewed as a strong predictor of positive consumer behavioural intentions of repeat visits, customer recommendation and cooperation with treatment procedures in the health care service industry.

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Data set was created using MS-Excel and exported to SEM by AMOS version 18

Institutions

Goa University

Categories

Consumer Behavior, Health Care, Social Support, Consumer Emotion

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