Lingyao Yuan

Lingyao Yuan
Iowa State University | ISU · Department of Supply Chain & Information Systems

PhD

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a widely hyped concept, with its focus on the connection of smart devices to the Internet rather than on people. IoT for consumers is often called the smart home market, and a large part of that market consists of home security devices. Consumers are often motivated to purchase smart home security devices to prevent...
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Most research on e-commerce has focused on deliberate rational cognition, yet research in psychology and marketing suggests that buying decisions may also be influenced by priming (a form of what Information Systems researchers have called digital nudging). We conducted seven experiments to investigate the impact of two types of priming (numeric pr...
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Anthropomorphism is the attribution of human characteristics to a non-human object. Past research shows that anthropomorphism changes how we perceive objects (e.g., believing them to be more attractive). Does this mean we would be willing to pay more for them? We examined whether displaying a product in an anthropomorphized form influenced how much...
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Decision making is often based on the rational assessment of information, but recent research shows that emotional sentiment also plays an important role, especially for investment decision making. Emotional sentiment about a firm's stock that spreads rapidly through social media is more likely to be incorporated quickly into stock prices (e.g., on...
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Individuals' bidding behavior in online auctions has been the subject of research in multiple disciplines. Most prior bidding research has focused on deliberate rational cognition, yet recent research in psychology suggests that much of human behavior is influenced by non-conscious automatic cognition. One technique that has been shown to influence...
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Software maintenance, a critical component of software development, accounts for nearly 80 percent of the total software development resources. Prior research has defined software maintenance as a set of problem-solving tasks which keep systems operational. In this research, we conceptualize corrective SQL maintenance as involving four stages: 1) q...
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Individuals' bidding behavior in online auctions has been the subject of research in multiple disciplines. Emotion has been shown to be an important factor affecting individual behavior and decision making but we know little about its effects on online bidding. A lab experiment was conducted to investigate the impact of positive emotion on individu...
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We collected data from Twitter posts about firms in the S&P 500 and analyzed their cumulative emotional valence (i.e., whether the posts contained an overall positive or negative emotional sentiment). We compared this to the average daily stock market returns of firms in the S&P 500. Our results show that the cumulative emotional valence (positive...
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Virtual teams have different interactions than face-to-face teams because they rely on information and communication technologies, which can impede or assist certain human cognitive processes. Past research has shown that although virtual teams exchange more information than face-to-face teams, poor decisions often result, because team members do n...

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