2009 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
Joseph S. Valacich mainly focuses on Information system, Brainstorming, Social psychology, Knowledge management and Social group. As part of one scientific family, Joseph S. Valacich deals mainly with the area of Information system, narrowing it down to issues related to the Engineering management, and often Model curriculum and Curriculum. Joseph S. Valacich combines subjects such as Mathematics education and Process with his study of Brainstorming.
His Social psychology research focuses on subjects like Task, which are linked to Information overload and Information presentation. He performs integrative study on Knowledge management and Information technology. His Electronic brainstorming research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electronic meeting system and Operations research.
Joseph S. Valacich spends much of his time researching Information system, Knowledge management, Social psychology, Human–computer interaction and Context. His work on Management information systems as part of general Information system study is frequently connected to Information technology, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Knowledge management, Cognitive psychology is strongly linked to Task.
Joseph S. Valacich has included themes like Quality and Brainstorming in his Social psychology study. His work in Human–computer interaction is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Multimedia. His Model curriculum study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Curriculum theory and Curriculum mapping.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Human–computer interaction, Information system, Cognitive psychology, Input device and Internet privacy. His Human–computer interaction research incorporates elements of Call to action and Design science. His work deals with themes such as Hacker, Public relations, Project management, Data science and Process management, which intersect with Information system.
His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social psychology and Task. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Criminal behavior, concentrating on Space and frequently concerns with Knowledge management. His study in the field of Quality also crosses realms of Product.
Joseph S. Valacich mostly deals with Internet privacy, Social psychology, Context, Information system and Social media. Joseph S. Valacich has researched Social psychology in several fields, including Observational learning, Cognitive psychology and Task. Task and Work are two areas of study in which Joseph S. Valacich engages in interdisciplinary work.
His studies deal with areas such as Deception, Insurance fraud, Variety, Interactivity and Visualization as well as Context. Joseph S. Valacich conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Information system and Perspective through his works. He works mostly in the field of Social media, limiting it down to topics relating to Impression management and, in certain cases, Face, Privacy by Design and Privacy software, as a part of the same area of interest.
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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.
Rethinking media richness: towards a theory of media synchronicity
A.R. Dennis;J.S. Valacich.
Effects of anonymity and evaluative tone on idea generation in computer-mediated groups
Terry Connolly;Leonard M. Jessup;Joseph S. Valacich.
ELECTRONIC BRAINSTORMING AND GROUP SIZE
R. Brent Gallupe;Alan R. Dennis;William H. Cooper;Joseph S. Valacich.
The Influence of Task Interruption on Individual Decision Making: An Information Overload Perspective
Cheri Speier;Joseph S. Valacich;Iris Vessey.
What signal are you sending? how website quality influences perceptions of product quality and purchase intentions
John D. Wells;Joseph S. Valacich;Traci J. Hess.
Computer brainstorms: More heads are better than one.
Alan R. Dennis;Joseph S. Valacich.
Using IT to reengineer business education: an exploratory investigation of collaborative telelearning
Maryam Alavi;Bradley C. Wheeler;Joseph S. Valacich.
The Influence of Website Characteristics on a Consumer's Urge to Buy Impulsively
D. Veena Parboteeah;Joseph S. Valacich;John D. Wells.
Information Systems Research (2009)
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