PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Lee, Y. E. and Suh, K. (2003) “Effects of Three Dimensional Graphics on Consumer Information Processing in Online Shopping Mall,” Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems, 13(3), pp.151-172, https://doi.org/10.15719/geba.15.1.201402.141.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
  • Liang, Y., Argyris, Y. A., and Muqaddam, A. (2018) “Improving Brand Attitudes through Influencer Marketing,” to appear in the Proceedings of the America’s Conferences on Information Systems, New Orleans, USA. With Student collaborators.

  • Argyris, Y. A., Muqaddam, A. and Liu, A. (2017) “WeChat vs. Facebook: Influence of Culture on Design and Use of Social Media Sites for External Communication,” in the Proceedings of the 7th KrAIS Workshop (A Pre-ICIS workshop), Seoul, Korea. (in press) With Student collaborators.

  • Argyris, Y. A. and Park, T. (2015) “Exergamea for Older Adults: Towards Sustainable and Transferrable Health Benefits,” in the Proceedings of the International Conference on HCI in Business, LA, USA, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20895-4_39(Invited, Not peer-reviewed)

  • Argyris, Y. A., Zhou, Y., and Monu, K. (2014) “Tweeting Sincerity: Customer Care Using Twitter,” Extended abstract in the Proceedings of the Workshop on the Information Technologies and Systems (WITS), Auckland, NZ.

  • Lee, Y. E. and Saharia, A. (2008) “Analyzing Members’ Motivations to Participate in Role-Playing and Self-Expression Based Virtual Communities,” in the Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop on Electronic Business, Paris, France, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-01256-3_11.

  • Lee, Y. E., and Benbasat, I., (2005) "Influence of Effort, Accuracy, and Negative Emotions on Product-Choice Strategies: Evaluations of Recommendation Agents on Desktop versus Handheld Devices," the Proceedings of the 11th America's Conference on Information Systems, Omaha, Nebraska, August. 

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Young Anna Argyris

 

Email: argyris@msu.edu

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