Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1985; MBA, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1980; B.A., University of Illinois, 1976
Keith, M., B. Shao, and P.J. Steinbart. 2009. "A Behavioral Analysis of Passphrase Design and Effectiveness" Journal of the Association for Information Systems 10(2): 63-89.
Arizona State University: 1997-present. Previous Appointments: Saint Louis University, Memphis State University, University of Utah
Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Best paper, mid-year meeting of the Information Systems section of the American Accounting Association, 2002; Outstanding Teacher of the Year, St. Louis University chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, 1997; Notable Contribution to the Literature Award, Information Systems/Management Advisory Services Section of the American Accounting Association, 1993
Editor, Journal of Information Systems, 2008-present; Associate Editor, Journal of Information Systems, 2001-2007; Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Information Systems, 1998-2001; Ad Hoc Reviewer: The Accounting Review, ABACUS, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory
Keith, M., B. Shao, and P.J. Steinbart. 2009. “A Behavioral Analysis of Passphrase Design and Effectiveness” Journal of the Association for Information Systems 10(2): 63-89. Available at http://aisel.aisnet.org/jais/vol10/iss2/2.
Raschke, R., and P.J. Steinbart. 2008. "Mitigating the Effects of Misleading Graphs on Decisions by Educating Users about the Principles of Graph Design," Journal of Information Systems (21:2, Fall), 23-52..
Keith, M., B. Shao, and P.J. Steinbart. 2007. "The Usability of Passphrases for Authentication: An Empirical Field Study," International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, (65:1, January): 17-28.
Dilla, W.N., and P.J. Steinbart. 2005. "Using Information Display Characteristics to Provide Decision Guidance in a Choice Task under Conditions of Strict Uncertainty," Journal of Information Systems (19:2, Fall): 29-56.
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CIS 591 - Seminar
A small class emphasizing discussion, presentations by students, and written research papers.