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Questionnaire: UTAUT

Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology

Nele De Witte and Tom Van Daele of the Psychology and Technology research line adapted the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology model (Venkatesh et al., 2003) to the Flemish context. The UTAUT questionnaire measures attitudes towards technology. In this way, these applications can be implemented in an optimal way. Below you will find the Flemish manual and questionnaire to use in research and practice.

Mapping attitudes toward technology use among clients and professionals

More and more apps, websites and other technology applications are being developed aimed at mental health professionals. For example, these applications can help clients become more independent and make the time between treatment sessions more meaningful. By better understanding the perceived barriers and facilitators to the use of technological applications, applications can be adapted to the needs of all involved and the use of these tools can be strengthened.

The Flemish UTAUT questionnaires are intended to give mental health organizations and professionals more insight into possible barriers, both among themselves and among (potential) end users, regarding the implementation of technological applications. This is essential information to shape and/or adjust the implementation procedure and communication around technological applications in mental healthcare if necessary.


The Psychology and Technology Research Line provides these questionnaires and the accompanying manual free of charge:

  • The manual includes explanatory notes for both versions of the questionnaire.
  • The questionnaire documents have been made available on a customized basis so that they can be tailored to the technology application(s) in which the professional or organization is interested.


Questions? Feel free to contact our researchers.