His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Internet privacy, Information security, Public relations and Knowledge management. His work on Interpersonal communication as part of general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Group, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His study on Information privacy is often connected to Inclusion as part of broader study in Internet privacy.
His Information security study combines topics in areas such as Data collection, Insider and Protection motivation theory. His research in Public relations focuses on subjects like Compliance, which are connected to Control theory and Social control. His Knowledge management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as E-commerce, Usability and Revenue.
Knowledge management, Social psychology, Internet privacy, Public relations and Information security are his primary areas of study. The Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as The Internet and Process. When carried out as part of a general Social psychology research project, his work on Affect and Interpersonal communication is frequently linked to work in Group and Distrust, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Paul Benjamin Lowry combines subjects such as Mobile device, Perception and Personally identifiable information with his study of Internet privacy. His research links Compliance with Public relations. Information security is a subfield of Computer security that Paul Benjamin Lowry studies.
Paul Benjamin Lowry mainly focuses on Internet privacy, Social psychology, Knowledge management, Information security and Public relations. Specifically, his work in Internet privacy is concerned with the study of Information privacy. His Social psychology research focuses on Phenomenon and how it relates to Deviance, Path analysis and Deception.
His study in Knowledge management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Unintended consequences, Panel discussion, Affordance, Autonomous agent and Transparency. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Information security, Construct is strongly linked to Positive psychology. The concepts of his Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Social media and Management information systems.
Paul Benjamin Lowry mostly deals with Social psychology, Information security, Organizational security, Knowledge management and Public relations. His research on Social psychology often connects related areas such as Internet privacy. He works mostly in the field of Information security, limiting it down to topics relating to Positive psychology and, in certain cases, Research stream.
His studies in Organizational security integrate themes in fields like Capability Maturity Model, Organizational governance, Law and economics, Key and Component. His work deals with themes such as Leverage and Thematic analysis, which intersect with Knowledge management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Control and Privacy by Design, Information privacy.
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Partial Least Squares (PLS) Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) for Building and Testing Behavioral Causal Theory: When to Choose It and How to Use It
Paul Benjamin Lowry;James Gaskin.
IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication (2014)
Future directions for behavioral information security research
Robert E. Crossler;Allen C. Johnston;Paul Benjamin Lowry;Qing Hu.
Computers & Security (2013)
Building a Taxonomy and Nomenclature of Collaborative Writing to Improve Interdisciplinary Research and Practice
Paul Benjamin Lowry;Aaron Curtis;Michelle René Lowry.
Journal of Business Communication (2004)
What do systems users have to fear? using fear appeals to engender threats and fear that motivate protective security behaviors
Scott R. Boss;Dennis F. Galletta;Paul Benjamin Lowry;Gregory D. Moody.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2015)
Proposing the online community self-disclosure model: the case of working professionals in France and the U.K. who use online communities
Clay Posey;Paul Benjamin Lowry;Tom L Roberts;T Selwyn Ellis.
European Journal of Information Systems (2010)
Explaining and Predicting the Impact of Branding Alliances and Web Site Quality on Initial Consumer Trust of E-Commerce Web Sites
Paul Lowry;Anthony Vance;Greg Moody;Bryan Beckman.
The Missouri Review (2008)
Privacy Concerns Versus Desire for Interpersonal Awareness in Driving the Use of Self-Disclosure Technologies: The Case of Instant Messaging in Two Cultures
Paul Lowry;Jinwei Cao;Andrea Everard.
The Missouri Review (2011)
Global Journal Prestige and Supporting Disciplines: A Scientometric Study of Information Systems Journals
Paul Benjamin Lowry;Denton Romans;Aaron Curtis.
Journal of the Association for Information Systems (2004)
The Impact of Group Size and Social Presence on Small-Group Communication: Does Computer-Mediated Communication Make a Difference?
Paul Benjamin Lowry;Tom L. Roberts;Nicholas C. Romano;Paul D. Cheney.
Small Group Research (2006)
Information disclosure on mobile devices: Re-examining privacy calculus with actual user behavior
Mark J. Keith;Samuel C. Thompson;Joanne Hale;Paul Benjamin Lowry.
International Journal of Human-computer Studies / International Journal of Man-machine Studies (2013)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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