Knowledge management, Social psychology, Task, Brainstorming and Process are his primary areas of study. His primary area of study in Knowledge management is in the field of Electronic meeting system. His research in the fields of Group decision-making and Social relation overlaps with other disciplines such as Species richness and Elaboration likelihood model.
His Task study combines topics in areas such as Decision quality, Graphics, Media richness theory, Information processing and Appropriation. His Brainstorming research incorporates themes from Human–computer interaction and Social group. His studies in Process integrate themes in fields like Object-oriented programming, Unified Modeling Language, Structured systems analysis and design method and Systems engineering.
Knowledge management, Social psychology, The Internet, Task and Collaborative software are his primary areas of study. Alan R. Dennis has included themes like Information technology, Decision support system, Process and Information processing in his Knowledge management study. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computer-mediated communication and Brainstorming.
His The Internet research includes themes of Telecommunications and Digital economy. His study in Task is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cognitive psychology and Decision quality. His Electronic brainstorming study is concerned with Creativity in general.
His primary areas of investigation include Social media, Internet privacy, Fake news, Advertising and Public relations. His Social media study incorporates themes from Presentation, Social capital and Confirmation bias. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Internet privacy, concentrating on Misinformation and intersecting with Headline.
His Advertising study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reputation and Lexicon. Alan R. Dennis combines subjects such as Information systems research, Social psychology, Group decision-making and Reputation system with his study of Public relations. His studies deal with areas such as Multimedia and Focus as well as Credibility.
His primary scientific interests are in Social media, Internet privacy, Public relations, Information security and Advertising. His Social media study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social capital, Fake news and Confirmation bias. His work in Fake news covers topics such as Credibility which are related to areas like Disinformation, Focus and Skepticism.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Transformative learning and Business transformation in addition to Internet privacy. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Information systems research and Knowledge sharing. His Information security study combines topics in areas such as Factorial survey, Compliance, Applied psychology and Normative social influence, Normative.
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Electronic meeting systems
J. F. Nunamaker;Alan R. Dennis;Joseph S. Valacich;Douglas Vogel.
Media, tasks, and communication processes: a theory of media synchronicity
Alan R. Dennis;Robert M. Fuller;Joseph S. Valacich.
Testing Media Richness Theory in the New Media: the Effects of Cues, Feedback, and Task Equivocality
Alan R. Dennis;Susan T. Kinney.
Rethinking media richness: towards a theory of media synchronicity
A.R. Dennis;J.S. Valacich.
Information technology to support electronic meetings
Alan R. Dennis;Joey F. George;Len M. Jessup;Jay F. Nunamaker.
Systems Analysis and Design: An Object-Oriented Approach with UML
Alan Dennis;Barbara Haley Wixom;David Tegarden.
ELECTRONIC BRAINSTORMING AND GROUP SIZE
R. Brent Gallupe;Alan R. Dennis;William H. Cooper;Joseph S. Valacich.
Computer brainstorms: More heads are better than one.
Alan R. Dennis;Joseph S. Valacich.
Understanding fit and appropriation effects in group support systems via meta-analysis
Alan R. Dennis;Barbara H. Wixom;Robert J. Vandenberg.
Predicting Collaboration Technology Use: Integrating Technology Adoption and Collaboration Research
Susan Brown;Alan Dennis;Viswanath Venkatesh.
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