Clayton Arlen Looney
Clayton Arlen Looney
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Inspiring students to pursue computing degrees
AY Akbulut, CA Looney
Communications of the ACM 50 (10), 67-71, 2007
1282007
Emerging business models for mobile brokerage services
CA Looney, LM Jessup, JS Valacich
Communications of the ACM 47 (6), 71-77, 2004
1282004
The effects of individual cognitive ability and idea stimulation on idea-generation performance.
JS Valacich, JH Jung, CA Looney
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 10 (1), 1, 2006
902006
Combating the IS enrollment crisis: The role of effective teachers in introductory IS courses
CA Looney, AY Akbulut
Communications of the Association for Information systems 19 (1), 38, 2007
852007
Paradoxes of online investing: Testing the influence of technology on user expectancies
CA Looney, JS Valacich, PA Todd, MG Morris
Decision Sciences 37 (2), 205-246, 2006
842006
Addressing the IS enrollment crisis: A 12-step program to bring about change through the introductory IS course
D Firth, C Lawrence, CA Looney
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 23 (1), 2, 2008
722008
To share or not to share? Examining the factors influencing local agency electronic information sharing
AY Akbulut, P Kelle, SD Pawlowski, H Schneider, CA Looney
International Journal of Business Information Systems 4 (2), 143-172, 2009
632009
Decision support for retirement portfolio management: Overcoming myopic loss aversion via technology design
CA Looney, AM Hardin
Management Science 55 (10), 1688-1703, 2009
612009
Web-enabled transformation of the brokerage industry
CA Looney, D Chatterjee
Communications of the ACM 45 (8), 75-81, 2002
542002
Understanding the determinants of service channel preference in the early stages of adoption: A social cognitive perspective on online brokerage services
CA Looney, AY Akbulut, RS Poston
Decision Sciences 39 (4), 821-857, 2008
512008
Improving IS student enrollments: Understanding the effects of IT sophistication in introductory IS courses
AY Akbulut, CA Looney
Journal of Information Technology Education: Research 8 (1), 87-100, 2009
422009
Combating the decline in information systems majors: The role of instrumental assistance
AY Akbulut, CA Looney, J Motwani
Journal of Computer Information Systems 48 (3), 84-93, 2008
402008
Addressing the credibility crisis in IS
D Firth, JL King, CA Looney, PA Pavlou, E Trauth
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 28 (1), 199-212, 2011
382011
Self‐efficacy, learning method appropriation and software skills acquisition in learner‐controlled CSSTS environments
AM Hardin, CA Looney, MA Fuller
Information Systems Journal 24 (1), 3-27, 2014
322014
Myopic loss aversion: Demystifying the key factors influencing decision problem framing
AM Hardin, CA Looney
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 117 (2), 311-331, 2012
282012
Online investment self-efficacy: Development and initial test of an instrument to assess perceived online investing abilities
CA Looney, JS Valacich, AY Akbulut
37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004 …, 2004
222004
Participative goal setting in self-directed global virtual teams: The role of virtual team efficacy in goal setting effectiveness and performance
A Hardin, C Looney, M Fuller, G Schechtman
2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 363-372, 2013
122013
The credibility crisis in IS: a global stakeholder perspective
CA Looney, D Firth, H Koch, D Cecez-Kecmanovic, JJPA Hsieh, C Soh, ...
Communications of the association for information systems, 2014
92014
A social cognitive perspective on channel preference: A study of online investing
CA Looney, AY Akbulut, RS Poston
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System …, 2006
82006
Attracting students to the IS major: The role of IT sophistication in introductory IS courses
AY Akbulut, CA Looney
AMCIS 2007 Proceedings, 456, 2007
72007
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