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Dokument Type: Doctoral Thesis
metadata.dc.title: Cognitive processes while using technology
Title addition: On shaping the next level of technology-mediated work
Other Titles: Kognitive Prozesse beim Einsatz von Technologie - Über die Gestaltung der Zukunft der technologievermittelten Arbeit
Authors: Oschinsky, Frederike Marie 
Institute: Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik (IWI) 
Free keywords: Human-Computer Interaction, Decision-Support Systems, Digital Innovation, Information Systems, Mensch-Computer-Interaktion, Entscheidungsunterstützende Systeme, Digitale Innovation, Informationssysteme
Dewey Decimal Classification: 004 Informatik
GHBS-Clases: QGT
Issue Date: 2022
Publish Date: 2022
Frederike Oschinsky makes a persuasive case for why cognitive processes matter. In her dissertation, she draws from twenty-six research publications related to the topics of human-computer interaction, decision support systems, and digital innovation to advance three key findings. First, she shows that an individual’s cognitive state can impact the effectiveness of an information system, especially if the goal of the information system are creative work outcomes. Second, she finds that cognitive biases can inhibit digital transformation, but can also be managed with effectively designed decision support systems. Third, she shows how technological artifacts can be designed to facilitate creative processes, and consequently more productive collaborations. These findings are supported with evidence uncovered using an impressive assortment of methods including literature reviews, case studies, qualitative interviews, questionnaire surveys, and behavioural experiments. The studies also concern a considerable breadth of phenomena including mind wandering, biases in decision making, and effective team collaborations. This work is an essential reading for any information systems or cyberpsychology researcher who wants to know how a better understanding of cognitive processes can improve the information systems that are essential to the contemporary workplace.
URN: urn:nbn:de:hbz:467-22072
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