The Faculty of Management 2020 Research in Review Report has been posted. Click here for PDF [860 KB]. SIM’s research is highlighted on pages 25-30, and pasted below, including publications from SIM alumni and faculty, such as: Alison Brown, Adrienne Colborne, Colin Conrad, Vivian Howard, Bertrum MacDonald, Philippe Mongeon, Mike Smit and Louise Spiteri.
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Conrad C. Aziz J. Smith N. Newmann A. 2020. What do users feel? Toward affective EEG correlates of cybersecurity notifications. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization. 43:153-162
Conrad C. Bailey L. 2020. 32:129-135. What can neuroIS learn from the replication crisis in psychological science? Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization. 32:129-135
Klesel M. Schlechtinger M. Oschinsky FM. Conrad C. Niehaves B. 2020. Detecting mind wandering episodes in virtual realities using eye tracking. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization. 43:163-171
Godfrey D. Findlay C. Mulchandani D. Subramanalyer R. Conrad C. Newman A. 2020. A tri-hybrid braincomputer interface for neuro-information systems. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization. 43:291-297
Conrad C. Agarwal O. Woc CC. et al. 2020. On using Python to run, analyze, and decode EEG experiments. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization. 32:287-293
Brown A. Spencer R. McIsaac J-L. Howard V. 2020. Drawing out their stories: a scoping review of participatory visual research methods with newcomer children. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 19
Martin C. MacDonald B. 2020. Using interpersonal communication strategies to encourage science conversations on social media. PLoS ONE. 15(11Nov):e0241972
Liu Z. MacDonald B. 2020. New policies and evaluation system needed to address environmental concerns in China. Sustainability. 12(12):4924
MacDonald BH. Cadman R. Martin C. et al. 2020. Is the production and use of grey marine literature a model for open science? Grey Journal. 16(2):73-83
Cadman R. MacDonald BH. Soomai SS. 2020. Sharing victories: characteristics of collaborative strategies of environmental non-governmental organizations in Canadian marine conservation. Marine Policy. 115:103862
Larregue J. Lariviere V. Mongeon P. 2020. On the institutional and intellectual division of labor in epigenetics research: a scientometric analysis. Social Science Information. 59(1):117-143
Colborne A. Smit M. Characterizing disinformation risk to open data in the post-truth era. Journal of Data and Information Quality. 12(3):13
Allam H. Biemel M. Ali-Hassan H. Blustein J. Spiteri L. 2020. If you build it, they won’t come: what motivates employees to create and share tagged content: a theoretical model and empirical validation. International Journal of Information Management. 54:102148