Mark Patton

Lecturer in MIS
Director, MIS Commons and MicroAge Lab

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2009

Areas of Expertise

  • Decision support systems for automated deception identification
  • HCI with embodied conversational agents
  • Organizational modeling and simulation
  • Agent based systems

Courses

MIS 111 Computers and the Internetworked Society
MIS 304 - Using and Managing Information Systems
MIS 513 Business Foundations for IT
MIS 585 - Strategic Management of Information Systems
MIS 416/516 - Information Security, Risk Mgmt., Disaster Recovery

Publications and Working Papers

  • Patton, M. W.; Nunamaker, J. F.; Neumann; W. T.; Burgoon, J. K. (2010) “Developing a Prototype Kiosk for Delivering Deception Detection Decision Support” in Hawaii International Conference on System Science(HICSS'10) Hawaii 2010.
  • Patton, M. W. (2009) “Automated Assessment of Truth and Deception in a Rapid Assessment Environment using Kiosk Based Avatars” Dissertation
  • Patton, M. W.; Patton, W. E., and Dalton, L. S. (1994) “StockTracker”, Glencoe-McGraw Hill.