Exploring Susceptibility to Phishing: the Cognitive Reflection Test and Other Possible Predictors
By Ingvar Tjostheim and John Waterworth
Accepted for presentation at HICCS 56, Waikiki Beach Resort, January 2024
“Digital travel as an alternative to physical travel – an analysis of
personal traits and vicarious sense of place evoked by a computer game“
Ingvar Tjostheim and John Waterworth
accepted for presentation at icotts’23, Bacalar, Mexico, November 2-4
We’re pleased to have just signed a contract for a German language edition of our 2022 Open Access book The Psychosocial Reality of Digital Travel: Being in Virtual Places!
The new book should be available from Springer later this year….
Our paper “Uncovering Dark Patterns – Learning through Serious Gameplay about the Dangers of Sharing Data.” (by Ingvar Tjostheim, Chris Wales and John Waterworth) has been accepted for publication at WorldCist’23 – 11st World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, to be held in Pisa, Italy, 4 – 6 April 2023.
“Digital travel – A study of travellers’ views of a digital visit to Mexico”
by Ingvar Tjostheim and John Waterworth has been accepted for presentation at ICITS’23 – The 6th International Conference on Information Technology & Systems, to be held in Cusco, Peru in February 2023.
Is there a market for Digital travel? by Ingvar Tjostheim & John Waterworth has been accepted for presentation at ICMarkTech’22 in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, Dec 1-3.
Tomorrow’s digital travellers – who are they?
by Ingvar Tjostheim and John Waterworth
Accepted for publication at ICOTTS’22 Conference in Santiago, Chile
Our editorial article for this special edition of Frontiers in Computer Science is now available on-line here.