Human cognition deals with how we know and make decisions, through processes including reasoning, perception, and judgment. The future of the Information Systems discipline will continue to involve human cognition as systems are increasingly used to meet social and business needs in innovative settings. Understanding human cognition is a critical component to the successful design, implementation, and use of information systems. The questions of interest relevant to this track focus on IS problems in terms of the processes of knowing and making decisions. This track solicits research investigating the widest variety of cognition, including but not limited to: situated, shared, social, distributed, and team cognition; group and individual decision support systems; cognitive aspects of business analytics and intelligence; problem-solving; knowledge-sharing & -management; cognitive perspectives on IS design, use, and development; human-computer interaction or human factors; and research methods to investigate cognitive issues in IS. We welcome qualitative, quantitative, experimental, and case study research and research-in-progress.

Track Chairs:
Jia Shen, Rider University jiashen@rider.edu
Emre Yetgin, Rider University eyetgin@rider.edu
Cindy Riemenschneier, Baylor University c.riemenschneider@baylor.edu
Bob Otondo, Mississippi State University rotondo@business.msstate.edu

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2021
Monday, August 9th
12:00 AM

Can User Interface Design Choices Alter Perceptions of Time Passage?

James Gaskin, BYU

12:00 AM

How Virtual Teams Collaborate Creatively under Communication Constraints

Raoul Pilcicki, Jacobs University Bremen
Dominik Siemon, LUT University
Christoph Lattemann, Jacobs University, Department of Business and Economiocs

12:00 AM

Is Knowledge Power or Ignorance Bliss? Delegate and Educate in Robo-advising: A Proposed Study of the Human-Agentic IS Artifacts Dyad’s Shared Domain Knowledge

Kelly Slaughter, TCU
Daniel Chen, Texas Christain University

12:00 AM

Nudging vs. boosting: designing self-monitoring features for digital wellbeing apps

Renata Santiago Walser, University of Innsbruck
Ulrich Remus, University of Innsbruck

12:00 AM

The moderating influence of shoppers’ regulatory focus on the impact of psychological safety on online shopping intention

adarsh kumar kakar, Alabama State University

12:00 AM