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Taylor Wells

Assistant Professor,
Information Systems

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Education

  • PhD, Information Systems, Indiana University, 2012
  • B.S., Information Systems, Brigham Young University, 2006
  • MS, Information Systems Management, Brigham Young University, 2006

Selected Publications

  • "To email or not to email: The impact of media on psychophysiological responses and emotional content in utilitarian and romantic communication", Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 54, Pages 1-9, Elsevier, 2016
  • "The buck stops there: The impact of perceived accountability and control on the intention to delegate to software agents", AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, Edition 1, Volume 6, Pages 1-14, AIS, 2014
  • "You Said What? Assessing the Impact of Collaboration Technologies and Message Characteristics Using Physiological Measures", Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Pages 442-451, IEEE, 2014
  • "Using an elaboration likelihood approach to better understand the persuasiveness of website privacy assurance cues for online consumers", Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, Edition 4, Volume 63, Pages 755-776, 2012
  • "An overview and tutorial of the repertory grid technique in information systems research", Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Volume 23, Pages 37-62, AIS, 2008
  • "ICT perceptions and meanings: Implications for knowledge transfer", Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Page 10, IEEE, 2008
  • "A theoretical model and empirical results linking website interactivity and usability satisfaction", Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Page 9, IEEE, 2006

Experience

Academic - Post-Secondary

  • Assistant Professor, California State University, Sacramento, 2013–2017
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Arizona, 2012–2013