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Jasper Peter Von Petersdorff-Campen

Completion of the DWH study

The DWH study is nearing completion. 

It was characterized in particular by the fact that fewer but more demanding decisions are made, the availability of relevant data/information is significantly increased, and there are extensive correlations between the target variable to be optimized and the available database. The study already revealed some interesting initial results. For example, it was shown that flexibility has an impact on user performance.

Of the registered participants, 158 successfully completed the study and agreed to the processing of their data. 

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Sebastian Reiners

Decision Making & Trust

How do different factors influence performance, trust, and strain in decision making?

We all make many decisions every day. In the process, we weigh the pros and cons as well as the possible consequences and finally decide on one of the alternatives. For example, you are deciding right now whether it is "worthwhile" to continue reading this text.

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Dennis Riehle

Dr. Sarah Meeßen receives the HFES Early Career Best Paper Award

Ms. Dr. Meeßen was awarded by the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (Europe Chapter) for her Paper "Turst is Essential"

Dr. Meeßen took first place at this year's Early Career Paper Awards. Due to the current corona situation, the award ceremony will not take place until October 2021. The Association's Annual Meeting will be held in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Source).

About the Early Career Paper Award:

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Jens Alberts

Second survey on the new electronic invoice receipt workflow at the WWU

The accompanying study for the introduction of the electronic invoice receipt workflow enters the second round! After the first survey last month was about your experiences with the former invoice processing and your expectations of the new electronic invoice processing workflow, we are interested about your first experiences with the new working method, in this second survey. Participation in the study takes about 15 to 20 minutes, participation in the first survey is not required.

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Jens Alberts

Accompanying study for the introduction of the new electronic invoice workflow at the University of Münster

The "Getrost Vergessen" team is involved in the introduction of electronic invoice receipt at the University of Münster with an accompanying study. The goal of the study is to support and optimize the introduction of the electronic invoice receipt workflow to improve the work processes in the invoice receipt area. To be able to accompany the process of the introduction to different phases, there will be a total of four survey points in time:

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Jens Alberts

Mensch und Computer 2020

The "Getrost Vergessen" project is represented with the full-length paper "Do Not Disturb! Trust in Decision Support Systems Improves Work Outcomes Under Certain Conditions" at this year's Mensch und Computer conference.

The "Getrost Vergessen" project is represented by the long article "Do Not Disturb! Trust in Decision Support Systems Improves Work Outcomes Under Certain Conditions" at this year's Human and Computer Conference. Due to the Corona pandemic, this year's conference will take place virtually and sessions will be streamed on YouTube. Under the following link, the presentation can be followed in the session on Tuesday, 08.09.2020, between 14:00 and 15:15 and then permanently accessed: LINK

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