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Group on Human-ComputerInteraction 1-1-2013 Genetic Basis of Behavioral Security

@inproceedings{Chung2013GroupOH,
  title={Group on Human-ComputerInteraction 1-1-2013 Genetic Basis of Behavioral Security},
  author={Rachel U. Chung},
  year={2013}
}
  • Rachel U. Chung
  • Published 2013
  • Behavioral genetics offers numerous opportunities to bridge gaps in biological research of IS and to shed light on the nature versus nurture debate. This study seeks to explain persistent weaknesses in behavioral security from a genetic perspective. A synthesis of current literatures on cognitive neuroscience, decision making, and fraud victimization suggests a genetic basis for user susceptibility to security risks such as phishing scams. Using the classic twin design, this study reports… CONTINUE READING

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