Soussan Djamasbi
Soussan Djamasbi
Professor of IS, Director of UXDM Eye Tracking Lab at WPI,
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Generation Y, web design, and eye tracking
S Djamasbi, M Siegel, T Tullis
International journal of human-computer studies 68 (5), 307-323, 2010
Affect and acceptance: Examining the effects of positive mood on the technology acceptance model
S Djamasbi, DM Strong, M Dishaw
Decision support systems 48 (2), 383-394, 2010
Eye tracking and web experience
S Djamasbi
AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction 6 (2), 37-54, 2014
Online viewing and aesthetic preferences of generation y and the baby boom generation: Testing user web site experience through eye tracking
S Djamasbi, M Siegel, J Skorinko, T Tullis
International Journal of Electronic Commerce 15 (4), 121-158, 2011
Visual hierarchy and viewing behavior: An eye tracking study
S Djamasbi, M Siegel, T Tullis
Human-Computer Interaction. Design and Development Approaches: 14th …, 2011
The influence of affect, attitude and usefulness in the acceptance of telemedicine systems
S Djamasbi, A Fruhling, E Loiacono
Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (JITTA) 10 (1), 4, 2009
Efficiency, trust, and visual appeal: Usability testing through eye tracking
S Djamasbi, M Siegel, T Tullis, R Dai
2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1-10, 2010
Gender preferences in web design: usability testing through eye tracking
S Djamasbi, T Tullis, J Hsu, E Mazuera, K Osberg, J Bosch
AMCIS 2007 proceedings, 133, 2007
Does positive affect influence the effective usage of a decision support system?
S Djamasbi
Decision Support Systems 43 (4), 1707-1717, 2007
Do men and women use feedback provided by their Decision Support Systems (DSS) differently?
S Djamasbi, ET Loiacono
Decision Support Systems 44 (4), 854-869, 2008
Detecting task demand via an eye tracking machine learning system
M Shojaeizadeh, S Djamasbi, RC Paffenroth, AC Trapp
Decision Support Systems 116, 91-101, 2019
Information systems and task demand: An exploratory pupillometry study of computerized decision making
DD Fehrenbacher, S Djamasbi
Decision support systems 97, 1-11, 2017
The effect of positive mood on intention to use computerized decision aids
S Djamasbi, DM Strong
Information & Management 45 (1), 43-51, 2008
Designing for success: Creating business value with mobile user experience (UX)
S Djamasbi, D McAuliffe, W Gomez, G Kardzhaliyski, W Liu, F Oglesby
HCI in Business: First International Conference, HCIB 2014, Held as Part of …, 2014
Corporate website accessibility: does legislation matter?
ET Loiacono, S Djamasbi
Universal access in the information society 12, 115-124, 2013
Factors that affect visually impaired users' acceptance of audio and music websites
ET Loiacono, S Djamasbi, T Kiryazov
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 71 (3), 321-334, 2013
Faces and viewing behavior: An exploratory investigation
S Djamasbi, M Siegel, TS Tullis
AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction 4 (3), 190-211, 2012
Generation Y & web design: Usability through eye tracking
S Djamasbi, T Tullis, M Siegel, D Capozzo, R Groezinger, F Ng
Cognitive predictors of consumers’ intention to comply with social marketing email appeals
EV Wilson, A Hall-Phillips, S Djamasbi
Computers in Human Behavior 52, 307-314, 2015
Moods and their relevance to systems usage models within organizations: an extended framework
E Loiacono, S Djamasbi
AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction 2 (2), 55-72, 2010
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