Study Results

I regularly update this section of my site to include summaries of study results for participants. If you participated in a study and are interested in reading about the results, check back here periodically.

2020 – “Assessing the impact of online learning on student experience in the COVID-19 era.” We prepared a manuscript that was published in the British Journal of Educational Technology, which describes the study results in detail.

2020 – “An investigation of perceived social presence, trust and COVID-19 on attitudes towards online dating.” We have prepared a publication that was presented at AMCIS 2021, which describes the study results in detail.

2020 – “What factors lead to gainful university mobile community experiences during COVID-19?”. We have prepared a preliminary report of the paper here and have submitted a paper to a journal. We will publish a preprint of this paper once it is appropriate to do so.

2019 – “Identifying Brain Correlates of Cyber-security Threat Notifications”. The preliminary results were presented at the 2020 NeuroIS Retreat and the full study in Frontiers in Neuroscience.

2018 – “Neurophysiological Indicators of Attention in Information Technology Use”. The study was delivered in two stages. The results are summarized in my PhD thesis and this poster presented at the 2019 meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. The final results of the analysis were published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience and can be read here.