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Changes in the Digital Scholarly Environment and Issues of Trust: An Exploratory, Qualitative analysis. Information Processing & Management . 52(3), 446-458.(2016).
Trustworthiness and Authority of Scholarly Information in a Digital Age: Results of an International Questionnaire. Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology (JASIST). 67(10), 2344-2361.(2016).
Do Younger Researchers Assess Trustworthiness Differently When Deciding What to Read and Cite and Where to Publish?. International Journal of Knowledge Content Development and Technology. 5(2),(2015).
Peer Review: Still King in the Digital Age. Learned Publishing . 28(1), 15-21.(2015).
The Role of Trust and Authority in the Citation Behaviour of Researchers. Information Research. 20(3), 17 pages.(2015).
Trust and Authority in Scholarly Communications in the Light of the Digital Transition: Setting the Scene for a Major Study. Learned Publishing. 27(2), 121-134.(2014).
The Changing Communications Patterns of Engineers. Proceedings of the IEEE. 99(7), 1155-1157.(2011).
A Methodological Review of Imagined Interaction Research. National Communication Association.(2011).
Perceived Value of Scholarly Articles. Learned Publishing. 24, 123-132.(2011).
Design Engineers and Technical Professionals at Work: Observing Information Usage in the Workplace.. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 60(3),(2009).
The Eagle and the Elephant: Comparing Organization Culture in the United States and India. National Communication Association.(2008).
Rating my group members and their rating of me: Is there a relationship between ratings, social loafing and group cohesion?. National Communication Association.(2008).
Communication in the 21st century workplace: A theory of communication nexus. National Communication Association.(2007).
Measuring Internet usage within organizations: The collection and sharing of Internet research. National Communication Association.(2007).
Meetings and Multitasking: Keep busy or looking busy. National Communication Association.(2007).
Multitasking in Organizational Meetings:A new component of the process variable. National Communication Association.(2007).
Naturalistic observation for understanding users: How technology professionals use and communicate information. ASIS&T.(2006).
What happens when work-groups meet?: An analysis of meetings in high-tech organizations. National Communication Association.(2006).