Professor Correia joined the faculty in the spring of 2019. He previously worked in the Telecommunications Department at Gonzaga University and earned his Ph.D. at Washington State University. His researched is focused on behavioral factors associated with information technology including, information technology self-efficacy, privacy, problematic use and mindful use. He has published in the journal of The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems and the Journal of Information Systems. He also has work forthcoming in MIS Quarterly and the ACM Transactions on MIS.
Compeau, D., Correia, J., & Thatcher, J. (forthcoming) “When Constructs Become Obsolete: A Systematic Approach to Evaluating and Updating Constructs for Information Systems Research.” (MIS Quarterly).
Marshall, B., Curry, M., Crossler, R. E., Correia, J., (forthcoming), “Machine Learning and Survey-based Indicators of InfoSec Non-Compliance.” (ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems).
Belanger, F., Crossler, R.E., and Correia, J., (2021), “Privacy Maintenance in Self-digitization: Information Disclosure Decisions and Fitness Technology Usage.” (The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems).
Curry M., Marshall, B., Correia, J., and Crossler, R.E., (2019), “InfoSec Process Action Model (IPAM): Targeting Insider's Weak Password Behavior.” (Journal of Information Systems).
Marshall, B., Curry M., Crossler, R.E., and Correia, J., (2018), “InfoSec Process Action Model (IPAM): Systematically Addressing Individual Security Behavior.” (The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems).