Associate Editor: Ofir Turel

University of California at Fullerton

Term: January 1, 2018 – December 31, 2019

Research Interests

My research is largely concerned with psychological-behavioral issues pertaining to information systems. I also engage in physiological (e.g., neuroscience and obesity) and organizational-strategic (e.g., impacts of technologies and IT-leadership on firms) research concerned with information systems. I am open to serving as Associate Editor for papers in all of these domains.

My specific interests center around the positive and negative (“dark side”) facets of post-adoption use of information technologies, as well as their influences on societies, firms, families, employees and individuals. The contexts I emphasize include work/organizational and leisure settings, as well as the boundaries between work and leisure life domains.

Methodological Expertise

I am very comfortable with a variety of research methods (e.g., experiments, surveys) and quantitative techniques (e.g., regression, HLM, SEM, clustering, data mining). I am also comfortable with common neuroimaging approaches and tools (MRI, fMRI, DTI, VBM).

While I have been involved with projects employing qualitative techniques and/or econometrics, these are approaches for which I can provide less deep guidance compared to the aforementioned approaches.