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  • Nelson, V.‡, Bashyal, B.‡, Tan, P. & Argyris, Y. (2024) “Vaccine rhetoric on social media and COVID-19 vaccine uptake rates: A triangulation using self-reported vaccine acceptance,” (in press) Social Science and Medicine, IF = 5.379 (Q1, 30/182, SSCI: Public, environmental & occupational health)

  • Ruggeri, K., Vanderslott, S., Yamada, Y., Argyris, Y. Veckalov, B., Boggio, P., Fallah, M., Stock, F., & Hertwig, R., (2023) "Improving behavioral interventions to reduce vaccine hesitancy: The evidence we have is not enough," forthcoming to the British Medical Journal, Impact Factor = 105.7.

  • Argyris, Y. A., Nelson, V. R., Wiseley, K., Shen, R., & Roscizewski, A. (2022). Do Social Media Campaigns Foster Vaccine Adherence? A Systematic Review of Prior Intervention-Based Campaigns on Social Media. Telematics and Informatics, 101918., Impact Factor = 9.140.


  • Lee, Y. E. and Suh, K. (2003) “Effect of 3 Dimensional Graphics on Consumer Information Processing in Online Shopping Mall,” Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems, 13(3), pp.151-172, MBA thesis research

(*Publications with student coauthors. Graduate and doctoral students are denoted by and , respectively.) 

  • Yim, D., Khuntia, J. and Argyris, Y. A. (2018) “User Behaviors and Knowledge Exchange in Health Infomediary” in the Handbook of Research on Emerging Perspectives on Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics, IGI Global, pp. 213-233.

  • Residorf, B., Blank, G., Cotten, S., Robertson, C., Argyris, Y., Knittel, M., & Bauer, J. M. (2021). Overcoming Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy: The United States Faces a Steeper Uphill Struggle than the United Kingdom. SSRN Electronic Journal.

(*Proceedings with student coauthors. Graduate and doctoral students are denoted by ◊ and ‡, respectively.) 

  • Argyris, Y. A., Zhang, Nan., Bashyal, B., and Tan, P-N. (2022) “Using Deep Learning to Identify Linguistic Features that Facilitate or Inhibit the Propagation of Anti- and Pro-Vaccine Content on Social Media” to appear in the Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Digital Health, Barcelona, Spain. 

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

  • 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).

  • Argyris, Y. A. and Park, T. (2015) “Exergames for Older Adults: Towards Sustainable and Transferrable Health Benefits,” in the Proceedings of the International Conference on HCI in Business, LA, USA,

  • 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.

  • Argyris YA, Benbasat I. (2011) Interaction Design for Mobile Product Recommendation Agents: Supporting Decisions in Retail Stores,“ in the Proceedings of the ACM CHI 2011 Conference. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

  • 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,

  • 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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