Xiao (Jerry) Zhang

Contact 

Dr. Xiao (Jerry) Zhang
Assistant Professor

Phone: (409) 880-7625
Email: xzhang8@lamar.edu
Office: Galloway Business Building Room 212

Ph.D.   University of Texas San Antonio
M.B.A.   Pittsburgh State University
Microsoft Certified System Engineer

Courses Taught

MBA:

ERP E-Commerce 

Bachelors:

E-Commerce Design and Development 
Principles of Management Information Systems 

Service

Professional Service 

Reviewer: Ad Hoc Reviewer for a Journal
2016:  Communication Theory (International).
2016:  Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (International).
2014:  Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (International).
2013:  Journal of Information Systems Education (International).

Reviewer: Conference Paper
2012 – 2014:  Americas Conference on Information Systems (International).

Institutional Service 

College Assignments

Member:
2016-2017:  Facilities, Technology, & Space Development Committee   

Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Articles 

  • Zhang, X., Ko, M., & Carpenter, D. (2016).  Development of A Scale to Measure Skepticism toward Electronic Word-of-Mouth.   Computers in Human Behavior, 56, 198-208.

Refereed Proceedings 

  • Zhang, X. & Ko, M. (2014).  Is It Better to Be Suspicious? Investigating the case of Online User-Generated Content.   Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Zhang, X., Ko, M., & Carpenter, D. (2013).  Current State of the Digital Deception Studies in IS.   Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Zhang, X., Carpenter, D., & Ko, M. (2013).  Online Astroturfing: A Theoretical Perspective.   Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • Zhang, X. & Clark, J. (2012).  Matrix Passwords: A Proposed Methodology of Password Authentication.   Americas Conference on Information Systems.

Patents 

  • 2012 - System and Method for Password Verification.

Working Papers 

  • Zhang, X. (2016). "Current State of the Digital Deception Studies."
  • Zhang, X. (2016). "The Factors Triggering Internet Users' Suspicion in eWOM Situations."
  • Zhang, X. (2016). "Trust No More – The Influences of Skepticism in eWOM Situations."