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A Structured Literature Review of Applied Research on Neuroscience in IS (NeuroIS)

Appendix

  1. Abraham C., Boudreau M. C., Junglas I. and Watson R. (2013). Enriching Our Theoretical Repertoire:The Role Of Evolutionary Psychology In Technology Acceptance. European Journal of Information Systems, 22(1), pp. 56–75.
  2. Adam M., Teubner T. and Riordan R. (2012). Bidding against the Machine: Emotions in Electronic Markets. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  3. Adam M. T. P., Gimpel H. and Teubner T. (2013). Emotions in Dynamic Bargaining With Humans and Computer Agents. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  4. Anderson B. B., Vance T., Kirwan B., Eargle D. and Howard S. (2014). Users Aren’t (Necessarily) Lazy: Using NeuroIS to Explain Habituation to Security Warnings. . International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  5. Anderson B. B., Vance A., Kirwan C. B., Eargle D. and Howard S. (2014). The Role of the Repetition Suppression Effect in User Disregard of Security Warnings: an fMRI Study. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  6. Astor P. J., Adam M. T. P., Jerčić, Schaaff. K. and Weinhardt C. (2013). Integrating Biosignals into Information Systems: A NeuroIS Tool for Improving Emotion Regulation. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(3), pp. 247-277.
  7. Benbasat I., Dimoka A., Pavlou P. A. and Qiu L.(2010). Incorporating Social Presence in the Design of the Anthropomorphic Interface of Recommendation Agents: Insights from fMRI study. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  8. Bernroider E. W. N. and Bernroider G., (2012). Comparative Models of Neural Connectomics and Their Relevance For Social Network Theories. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  9. Bhandari U. and Chang K. (2014). Role of Emotions and Aesthetics in ICT Usage for Underserved Communities: A NeuroIS Investigation. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  10. Briggs R. O. (2014). Special Section: Information Systems Support for Shared Understanding. Journal of Management Information Systems, 31(1), pp. 107-110.
  11. Briggs R. O., (2015). Special Section: Cognitive Perspectives on Information Systems. Journal of Management Information Systems, 31(4), pp. 3-5.
  12. Brown S., Dennis A. and Venkatesh V. (2010). Predicting Collaboration Technology Use: Integrating Technology Adoption and Collaboration Research. Journal of Management Information Systems, 27(2), pp. 9-54
  13. Browne G. J. and Walden E. A. (2011). Information Search and Stopping on the Web: A NeuroIS Investigation. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  14. Browne G. J. and Walden E. A. (2013). Stopping Information Search: A NeuroIS Investigation. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  15. Buettner R., Sauer, S., Maier, C. and Eckhardt (2015). Towards Ex Ante Prediction of User Performance: A Novel NeuroIS Methodology Based on Real-Time Measurement of Mental Effort. 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  16. Buettner R. (2014). Analysing Mental Workload States on the Basis Of the Pupillary Hippus. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  17. Cameron A. F. and Barki H. (2012). Multicommunicating and Attributions: Effects on The Analyst-User Relationship. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  18. Carrasco V. N., Giovanello K. S. and Mostafa J. (2013). Methodologies For Analysing Neurospatial Activation Patterns Associated With Information Retrieval Tasks Conducted On Search Engines. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  19. Courtemanche F., Léger P. M., Cameron A. F., Faubert J., LeMoyne E. L. and Senecal S. (2014). Texting While Walking: Measuring The Impact On Pedestrian Visual Attention. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  20. De Guinea A. O., Titah R. and Léger P. M. (2014). Explicit and Implicit Antecedents of Users’ Behavioral Beliefs in Information Systems: A Neuropsychological Investigation. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(4), pp. 179-210.
  21. De Guinea A. O., Titah R. and Léger P. M. (2012). Neurophysiological Correlates Of Information Systems Commonly Used Self-Reported Measures: A Multitrait Multimethod Study. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  22. De Guinea A. O. and Webster J. (2013). An Investigation of Information Systems Use Patterns: Technological Events as Triggers, the Effect of Time, and Consequences for Performance. MIS Quarterly, 37(4), pp. 1165-1188.
  23. Dimoka A. (2010). What Does The Brain Tell Us About Trust And Distrust? Evidence From A Functional Neuroimaging Study. MIS Quarterly, 34(2), pp. 373-396.
  24. Dimoka A. (2012). How to Conduct a Functional Magnetic Resonance (fMRI) Study in Social Science Research. MIS Quarterly, 36(3), pp. 811-840.
  25. Dimoka A., Banker R. D., Benbasat I., Davis F. D., Dennis A. R., Gefen D., Gupta A., Ischebeck A., Kenning P. H., Pavlou P. A., Putz G. M., Riedl R., vom Brocke J. and Weber B. (2012). On the Use of Neuropyhsiological Tools in IS Research: Developing a Research Agenda for NeuroIS. MIS Quarterly, 36(3), pp. 679-702.
  26. Dimoka A., Pavlou P.A. and Davis F. (2011). NeuroIS: The Potential of Cognitive Neuroscience for Information Systems Research. Information Systems Research, 22(4), pp. 687-702.
  27. Dimoka A., Benbasat I., Lim K., Straub D. and Walden E. (2010). NeuroIS: Challenges and Solutions. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  28. Dimoka A. (2010). Tutorial on the use of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) in IS Research. Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS).
  29. Dunaway M. and Steelman Z. (2013). IS Cognitive Load: An Examination of Measurement Convergence. Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction (SIGHCI).
  30. Dumont L., Brunet F. L., Theoret H., Senecal S., Léger, P. M. and Riedl R. (2014). Using Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (Tdcs) To Assess The Role Of The Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex In Technology Acceptance Decisions: A Pilot Study. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  31. Dumont L., Chamard E., Léger, P. M., De Guinea A. O. and Senecal S. (2014). Cognitive analysis grid for IS research. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  32. Gefen D., Sela I., Ayaz H. and Izzetoglu K. (2012). Music and inducing trust as monitored via functional near infrared spectroscopy. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  33. Gimpel H., Adam M. T. P. and Teubner T. (2013). Emotion Regulation in Management: Harnessing The Potential Of NeuroIs Tools. European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS).
  34. Gleasure R. (2014). Using Distractor Images in Web Design to Increase Content Familiarity: A NeuroIS Perspective. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  35. Gleasure R., Feller J. and O’Flaherty B. (2012). SCOPED: the development of an IS Design theory from neurologically grounded models of visual cognition. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  36. Gregor S., Lin A. C. H., Gedeon T., Riaz A. and Zhu D. (2014). Neuroscience and a Nomological Network for the Understanding and Assessment of Emotions in Information Systems Research. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(4), pp. 13-48.
  37. Gwizdka J. (2012). Towards Neuro-Information Science. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  38. Gwizdka J. (2013). Looking for Information Relevance in the Brain. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  39. Gwizdka J. Cole M., (2014). Tracking Information Relevance. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  40. Hare T. A., Camerer C. F., Knoepfle D. T., O’Doherty J. P. and Rangel A. (2010). Value Computations in Ventral medial Prefrontal Cortex during Charitable Decision Making Incorporate Input from Regions Involved in Social Cognition. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30(2), pp. 583-590.
  41. Heinzl A. and Hemmer E. (2011). Channel Choice and Human Information Stopping Behavior: On the Applicability of Galvanic Skin Response in Studies on Human Information Behavior. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  42. Hemmer E., Heinzl A. and Neben T. (2012). Information –Seeking Stopping Behaviour: On The Role Of Information Visibly Created By Other Social Actors. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  43. Hevner A., Collins R. and Gill G. (2013). A Neurodesign Model For IS Research. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  44. Hu Q., West R. and Smarandescu L. (2015). The Role of Self-Control in Information Security Violations: Insights from a Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective. Journal of Management Information Systems, 31(4), pp. 6-48.
  45. Huang Y. F., Kuo F. Y., Luu P. and Tucker D. (2012). Exploring The Website Impression Formation: A Cross-Cultural Study Using Electroencephalography. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  46. Huang Y. F., Kuo F. Y. and Hsieh P. J. (2013). The Neural Correlates Of Rapid Website Evaluation. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  47. Hubert M., Linzmajer M., Riedl R., Kenning P. and Hubert M. (2012). Introducing Connectivity Analysis to NeuroIS Research. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  48. Hubert M., Hubert M., Riedl R. and Kenning P. (2014). How Consumer Impulsiveness Moderates Online Trustworthiness Evaluations: Neurophysiological Insights. . International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  49. Hubert M. and Hubert M. (2013). Neural Evidence Of Uncertainty And Risk Processing Networks In Information Systems Research: A Multilevel-Mediation Approach. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  50. Javor A. and Riedl R. (2014). Parkinson Patients’ Trust In Avatars : Implications For Human-Computer Interaction And Neuroscience. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  51. N. J., Derrick D., Elkins A., Burgoon J. and Patton M. (2011). Embodied Conversational Agent-Based Kiosk for Automated Interviewing. Journal of Management Information Systems, 28(1), pp. 17-48.
  52. Kalgotra P. and Sharda R. (2014). Neuroimaging Research In Social Science: An Overview. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  53. Kettinger W. J., Zhang C. and Kaleta J. P. (2012). A Good Image: A Study Of Images As Information Cues In Online Search. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  54. Kindermann H. and Javor A. (2012). The Impact Of Highly Activating Computer Games On Memory. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  55. Koller M. and Walla P. (2012). Measuring Affective Information Processing in Information Systems and Consumer Research – Introducing Startle Reflex Modulation. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  56. Kuan K. K. Y., Zhong Y. and Chau P. Y. K. (2014). Informational and Normative Social Influence in Group-Buying: Evidence from Self-Reported and EEG Data. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(4), pp. 151-178.
  57. Léger, P.-M., Sénécal, S., Courtemanche, F., Ortiz de Guinea, A., Titah, R., Fredette, M. and Labonté-Lemoyne, É. (2014). Precision is in the Eye of the Beholder: Application of Eye Fixation-Related Potentials to Information Systems Research. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 1(10), pp. 651
  58. Léger, P.-M., Perret J. and De Guinea A. O. (2011). Get Real: Portable Neurophysiological Measurement Tool for NeuroIS Research in Natural Work Settings. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  59. Léger, P.-M., Davis F., Perret J. and Cronan P. (2011). Neurophysiological Correlates of Perceived Cognitive Absorption in an IT Training Context. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  60. Li M., Jiang Q., Tan C. H. and Wei K. K. (2014). Enhancing User-Game Engagement Through Software Gaming Elements. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(4), Pp. 115-150.
  61. Li M., Jiang Q., Tan C. H. and Wei K. K. (2012). Evidence From Functional Neuroimaging Of Game Elements And User Engagement In Online Gaming Application. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  62. Liang T. P. and vom Brocke J. (2014). Special Issue: Neuroscience in Information Systems Research. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(4), pp. 7-12.
  63. Liang T.P. (2012). Cognitive Neuroscience in Information Systems Research. Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 4(1).
  64. Liapis C. and Chatterjee S. (2011). NeuroIS Design Science Model. DESRIST’11 Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Service-Oriented Perspectives in Design Science Research.
  65. Lockwood N. and Sheng H. (2012). Operational transparency feedback and perceived web site delay. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  66. Lockwood N. S. (2013). An Evaluation Of Timing And Synchronization Among Tobii, Affectiva, And Emotiv Physiological Devices. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  67. Loos P., Riedl R., Putz G. M., vom Brocke J., Davis F., Banker R. and Léger P. (2010). NeuroIS: Neuroscientific Approaches In The Investigation And Development Of Information Systems. Business & Information Systems Engineering, 2(6), pp. 395-401.
  68. Macedonia M. (2011). Memory Networks in the Brain and Possible Implications for Human-Computer Interaction in E-Learning Environments. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  69. Macedonia M. (2012). Neural Correlates Of Variability In Behavioural Performance. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  70. Maier C. and Laumer S. (2014). Technostress-Induced Distorted Pre-Adoption Beliefs. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  71. Minas R. K., Potter R. F., Dennis A. R., Bartelt V. and Bae S. (2014). Putting on the Thinking Cap: Using NeuroIS to Understand Information Processing Biases in Virtual Teams. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(4), pp. 49-82.
  72. Mirhoseini S., Léger, P.-M., Senecal S., Fredette M., Cameron A. F. and Riedl R. (2013). Investigating the Effect of Input Device on Memory Retrieval: Evidence from Theta and Alpha Band Oscillations. Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction (SIGHCI).
  73. Moridis C. N., Terzis V., Economides A. A., Karlovasitou A. and Karabatakis V. E. (2012). Using EEG frontal asymmetry to predict IT user’s perception. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  74. Mousavi S. and Balthazard P. (2013). Neurophysiologic Patterns of Learning in Decision Groups. 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  75. Müller M. B., Hariharan A. and Adam M. T. P. (2014). A Neurois Platform For Lab Experiments. . Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  76. Perktold J., Brandstaetter M., Foscht T. and Bauernhofer K. (2014). How The Need For Status Influences Neural Activation Patterns Of Reward Stimuli. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  77. Pinto L. R., Moshfeghi Y., Pollick F. E. and Jose J. M. (2014). Neural features of video topical relevance. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  78. Ramos I. and Levine L. (2012). Organizational Memory: A Preliminary Model Based on Insights from Neuroscience. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  79. Randolph A. B., Borders A. L. and Loe T. W. (2013). Into the Mind of the Seller: Using Neurophysiological Tools to Understand Sales Techniques. 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  80. Randolph A. B., Borders A. L. and Loe T. W. (2013). Exploring Sales Techniques Through The Minds Of Novice And Expert Salespersons. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  81. Randolph A. B., Warren B., Krontz S. R. and Pate J. Z. (2014). Using Neural Input To Control Google Glass. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  82. Riaz A., Gregor S., Xu Q., Lin A. and Richardson A. (2013). The Influence Of Emotional Context On The Comprehension Of Descriptive Information Of Websites: An ERP Analysis. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  83. Riedl R. (2012). On the Biology of Technostress: Literature Review and Research Agenda. ACM SIGMIS Database. 44(1). Pp: 18-55.
  84. Riedl R. (2013). Technostress: Current Knowledge And Directions For Future Research. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  85. Riedl R., Hubert M., and Kenning P. (2010). Are There Neural Gender Differences in Online Trust? An fMRI Study on the Perceived Trustworthiness of eBay Offers. MIS Quarterly, 34(2), pp. 397-428.
  86. Riedl R., Kindermann H., Auinger A. and Javor A. (2012). Technostress from a Neurobiological Perspective Systems Breakdown Increases the Stress Hormone Cortisol in Computer Users. Business & Information Systems Engineering, 4(2), pp. 61-69.
  87. Riedl R., Mohr P. N. C., Kenning P.H., Davis F. D. and Heekeren H. R. (2014). Trusting Humans and Avatars: Behavioral and Neural Evidence. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  88. Riedl R., Mohr P. N. C., Kenning P.H., Davis F. D. and Heekeren H. R. (2014). Trusting Humans and Avatars: A Brain Imaging Study Based on Evolution Theory. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(4), pp. 83-114.
  89. Riedl R., Mohr P. N. C., Kenning P.H., Davis F. D. and Heekeren H. R. (2012). Trusting Human and Avatars: An fMRI Study. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  90. Riedl R., Banker R. D., Benbasat I., Davis F. D., Dennis A. R., Dimoka A., Gefen D., Gupta A., Ischebeck A., Putz G. M., Pavlou P.A., Straub D. W., vom Brocke J. and Weber B. (2010). On the Foundations of NeuroIS: Reflections on the Gmunden Retreat 2009. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 27(15).
  91. Riedl R., Kindermann H., Auinger A. and Javor A. (2011). Understanding Technostress: System Breakdown Increases Stress Hormone Cortisol in Computer Users. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  92. Riedl R., Randolph A. B., vom Brocke J., Léger, P.-M.and Dimoka A. (2010). The Potential of Neuroscience for Human-Computer Interaction Research. Special Interest Group On Human-Computer Interaction (SIGHCI).
  93. Riedl R., Davis F. D. and Hevner A. R. (2014). Towards a NeuroIS Research Methodology: Intensifying the Discussion on Methods, Tools, and Measurement. Journal of the Association for Information System, 15(10).
  94. Rodger J. A. (2014). Reinforcing Upward Spiral Inspiration For Technology Acceptance: A Neurois Fuzzy Statistical Structured Equation Approach To Improve Software Training Results By Harnessing Natural Neuro-Physiological Steroid Performance Enhancement Hormones. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  95. Schellhammer S., Haines R. and Klein S. (2013). Investigating Technostress in situ: Understanding the Day and the Life of a Knowledge Worker Using Heart Rate Variability. 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  96. Schneider C. (2014). Too Happy To Care? Measuring The Effect Of Positive Emotions On Attention And Information Processing. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  97. Seeger A. M., Neben T. and Heinzl A. (2014). Positive Emotions In IS. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  98. Senecal S., Léger, P.-M., Fredette M. and Riedl R. (2012). Consumers’ Online Cognitive Scripts: A Research Program Based On Neurophysiology. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  99. Senecal S., Léger, P.-M., Fredette M., Courtemanche F., Cameron A. F. and Mirhoseini S. (2013). Mouse Vs. Finger As Input Device: Dos It Influence Information Memorization?. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  100. Senecal S., Léger, P.-M., Fredette M. and Riedl R. (2012). Consumers’ Online Cognitive Scripts:A Neurophysiological Approach. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  101. Sheng H., Eng L. L., Lockwood N. and Fazel M. (2013). Emotions In Financial Decision Making: The Impact Of Media And News Valance. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  102. Shitkova M., Holler J. and Becker J. (2014). The Potentials Of Neuroscience Methods For Business Process Modelling Tools. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  103. Siau K., Zhao Y. and Huang L. (2014). A Neuroscience Analysis of Information Modeling Constructs. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS).
  104. Tallon Paul P., Ramirez Ronald V. and Short James E. (2013). The Information Artifact in IT Governance: Toward a Theory of Information Governance. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(3), pp.141-178.
  105. Tams S. (2013). Neurois Measures Of Technostress: On The Use Of A-Amylase As An Alternative To Cortisol. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  106. Tams S. (2014). Clashing Trends: Probing The Role Of Age In Technostress. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  107. Tams S., Hill K., de Guinea A. O., Thatcher J. and Grover V. (2014). NeuroIS—Alternative or Complement to Existing Methods? Illustrating the Holistic Effects of Neuroscience and Self-Reported Data in the Context of Technostress Research. Journal of the Association for Information System, 15(10).
  108. Taxén L. (2011). Information Systems and Activity Modalities: A Coordination Perspective on the Interaction between the Neural and the Social. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  109. Taxén L. (2012). An investigation of model quality from the activity modality perspective. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  110. Taxén L. (2013).Reconceptualising Information Systems From The Activity Modality Perspective. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  111. Tsai H. T. and Bagozzi R. P. (2014). Contribution Behavior in Virtual Communities: Cognitive, Emotional, and Social Influences. MIS Quarterly, 38(1), pp. 143-164.
  112. Väljamäe A. and Neuper C. (2011). Cinema as a Research Tool: From Neurocinema to Implicit Interaction Paradigms. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  113. Vance A., Anderson B. B., Kirwan C. B. and Eargle D. (2014). Using Measures of Risk Perception to Predict Information Security Behavior: Insights from Electroencephalography (EEG). Journal of the Association for Information System, 15(10).
  114. Vom Brocke J., and Liang T.P. (2014). Guidelines for Neuroscience Studies in Information Systems Research. Journal of Management Information Systems, 30(4), pp. 211-234.
  115. vom Brocke, J., Riedl, R., and Léger, P.-M. (2013). Application strategies for neuroscience in information systems design science research. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 53(3), pp. 1-13.
  116. Vom Brocke J., Riedl R. and Léger, P.-M. (2011). Neuroscience in Design-Oriented Research: Exploring New Potentials. International Conference on Service-Oriented Perspectives in Design Science Research.
  117. Vom Brocke J., Riedl R. and Léger, P.-M. (2011). Neuroscience in Design-Oriented Research: Triangulating with Neuro-Physiological Data for ERP-System Design. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  118. Walla P., Koller M. and Bosshard S. (2014). Truth Detection: Unbiased Brain Responses Reflecting Brand Attitude. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  119. Wang C. C. and Hsu M. C. (2013). Flow Experience and Challenge-Skill Balance in E-Learning. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS).
  120. Warkentin M., Walden E. A., Johnston A. C. and Straub D. W. (2012). Identifying the neural correlates of protection motivation for secure IT behaviour. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  121. Weinert C., Maier C. and Laumer S. (2014). The Relationship Between Psychological, Physiological, And Behavioural Strain Towards Technostress. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  122. Weinert C., Maier C. and Laumer S. (2014). Technostress-Induced SCR Patterns And Performance. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2014.
  123. Wells T. M. and Dennis A. R. (2012). To Email Or Not To Email: The Impact Of Media And Task On Psychophysiological Responses And Messages. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2012.
  124. Wriessnegger S. C., Freisleder P. and Putz G. R. M. (2013). Towards A “Product Design BCI” Based On Event-Related Potentials: Preliminary Results And Lessons Learned. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  125. Xu Q. and Riedl R. (2011). Understanding Online Payment Method Choice: An Eye-tracking Study. International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  126. Xu Q., Riedl R. and Kindermann H. (2011). Understanding Online Payment Method Choice: Insights from an Eye-tracking Study. Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2011.
  127. Xu Q. and Gregor S. (2013). The Neural Correlates Of Seller Reputation In An Online Market. . Gmunden Retreat on NeuroIS 2013.
  128. Zhang Z. and Teo H. H. (2014). An fMRI-based NeuroIS Research on Metacognition in the Context of E-commerce. Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS).
  129. Zhang Z. and Teo H. H. (2014). Metacognition in B2c E-Commerce: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS).

 

 

 

 

Seeking collaboration with Cognitive Engineering Research Group (CERG), Universitas Katolik Atma Jaya, Indonesia

CoMNetSys is in the middle of negotiations to undersign a letter of intent covering research collaboration with Cognitive Engineering Research Group (CERG), Universitas Katolik Atma Jaya, Indonesia.

It is hoped that this collaboration will open up further areas and opportunities for joint research between both research groups.

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Meeting with State of Malacca Head of ICT

This meeting between researchers from CoMNetSys and the Head of ICT for the state of Malacca on the 22nd June was successful in exploring research opportunities and possible collaboration with the state government.

Specifically, discussions were focused on two key areas of sensor networks and green IT.

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(l-r) Mohd Fairuz Iskandar Othman, Dr Ahmad Naim Che Pee, Dr Sulaiman