[Air-l] FW: [APLS-MEMBERS] Fwd: CFP: Darwinian perspectives on electronic communication

Charles Ess cmess at drury.edu
Wed Jan 25 18:27:38 PST 2006

In case those who might be interested have not seen this yet ...

Charles Ess

> Darwinian Perspectives on Electronic Communication
> A Special Issue of the Journal:
> IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication
> http://cits.tamiu.edu/ieeetpc/
> Guest Editor:
> Ned Kock, Texas A&M International University
> Guest Associate Editors:
> Donald Hantula, Temple University
> Stephen Hayne, Colorado State University
> Gad Saad, Concordia University
> Peter Todd, Indiana University at Bloomington
> Richard Watson, University of Georgia
> IEEE TPC Editor:
> Kim S. Campbell, University of Alabama
> Topics:
> The list below includes possible topics to be explored from a Darwinian
> perspective for this Special Issue:
>  Online consumer behavior on the Web.
>  Electronic mating behavior, such as in Internet dating.
>  Deception identification through electronic communication media.
>  "Foraging" behavior by online consumers.
>  Media naturalness and cognitive effort in complex group tasks.
>  Trust building through electronic communication media.
>  Information overload induced by Web interface design choices.
>  "Flashbulb memorization" and surprise-enhanced computer-mediated learning.
>  Compensatory adaptation and online learning.
>  Vertical distortion and the design of electronic communication interfaces.
Please see the website for additional information.

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