Publikationen

Im Folgenden sind wissenschaftliche Publikationen sowie Presseberichte aufgeführt.

 

Presseberichte

Informationen bei der Arbeit vergessen - warum das gut sein kann. Artikel in den WWU News (Jan 2019).

Absichtliches Vergessen als Stärke. Artikel im Wissen und Leben (Nov. 2016, S.4)

 

Artikel

Meeßen, S. M., Thielsch, M. T., & Hertel, G. (in press). Trust in management information systems (MIS): A theoretical model. Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie.

Riehle, D. M., Fleischer, S., Becker, J. (2019). A Web-Based Information System to Evaluate Different Versions of IT Artefacts in Online Experiments. AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems, Vol. 4 (No. 1).
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Ellwart, T., Ulfert, A.-S., Antoni, C. H., Becker, J., Frings, C., Göbel, K., Hertel, G., Kluge, A., Meeßen, S. M., Niessen, C., Nohe, C., Riehle, D.M., Runge, Y., Schmid, U., Schüffler, A., Siebers, M., Sonnentag, S., Tempel, T., Thielsch, M. T., Wehrt, W. (2019). Intentional Forgetting in Socio-Digital Work Systems: System Characteristics and User-related Psychological Consequences on Emotion, Cognition, and Behavior. AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems, Vol. 4 (No. 1).
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Hertel, G., Meeßen, S. M., Riehle, D. M., Thielsch, M. T., Nohe, C., & Becker, J. (2019). Directed forgetting in organisations: The positive effects of decision support systems on mental resources and well-being. Ergonomics, Vol. 62 (No. 5).
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Thielsch, M. T., Meeßen, S. M., Hertel, G. (2018) Trust and distrust in information systems at the workplace. PeerJ 6:e5483.
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Konferenzbeiträge

Hertel, G. (2019). The psychology of the Internet @ work: Current insights and future research opportunities. Invited State of the Art presentation at the 19th EAWOP Congress, Turin, ITALY.
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Hertel, G., Meeßen, S. M., Riehle, D. M., Thielsch, M. T., Nohe, C., & Becker, J. (2019). Directed Forgetting in Organizations: Beneficial Effects of Information Systems on Mental Resources and Well-being at Work. Paper presented at the 19th congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), Turin, Italy.

Meeßen, S. M., Thielsch, M. T., & Hertel, G. (2019). Trust in Management Information Systems (MIS): A Theoretical Model. Paper presented at the 19th congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP), Turin, Italy.

Riehle, D. M., & Radas, J. (2019). Which Business Information do Decision-Makers need at Work? — Towards a Classification Framework. In Proceedings of the Conference on Business Informatics (CBI2019), Moscow, Russia. (Accepted)

Chasin, F., Riehle, D. M., & Rosemann, M. (2019). Trust Management — An Information Systems Perspective. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2019), Stockholm, Sweden.
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Ellwart, T., Ulfert, A.-S., Antoni, C. H., Becker, J., Frings, C., Göbel, K., Hertel, G., Kluge, A., Meeßen, S. M., Niessen, C., Nohe, C., Riehle, D.M., Runge, Y., Schmid, U., Schüffler, A., Siebers, M., Sonnentag, S., Tempel, T., Thielsch, M. T., Wehrt, W. (2018). Forgetting in future work systems: System characteristics and user-related psychological consequences on emotion, cognition, and behaviors. Paper presented at the Conference on Intentional Forgetting in Organisations and Work Settings, Potsdam, Germany.

Hertel, G., Meeßen, S. M., Riehle, D. M., Thielsch, M. T., Nohe, C., & Becker, J. (2018). Directed Forgetting in Organizations: Positive Effects of Information Systems on Mental Resources and Well-being. Paper presented at the 51st conference of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs), Frankfurt, Germany.

Riehle, D. M., Fleischer, S., & Becker, J. (2018) Building a Web-Based Information System to Evaluate IT-Artefacts in Online Experiments - The Case of Intentional Forgetting. Paper presented at the Conference on Intentional Forgetting in Organisations and Work Settings, Potsdam, Germany.

Meeßen, S. M., Thielsch, M. T., Nohe, C., & Hertel, G. (2017). Vertrauen in Informationssysteme – Critical Incidents und Modellentwicklung. Paper presented at the 10th conference of the section Work and Organizational Psychology of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs), Dresden, Germany.