Theoretical and Conceptual Issues.- Evolutionary Psychology and Information Systems Theorizing.- Group-Level Evolution and Information Systems: What Can We Learn From Animal Colonies in Nature?.- Applying Evolutionary Psychology to the Study of Post-adoption Information Technology Use: Reinforcement, Extension, or Revolution?.- The Behavioral Ecology of Human Foraging in an Online Environment: Of Omnivores, Informavores, and Hunter-Gatherers.- Empirical Research Exemplars.- Surprise and Human Evolution: How a Snake Screen Enhanced Knowledge Transfer Through a Web Interface.- How Do e-Learners Participate in Synchronous Online Discussions? Evolutionary and Social Psychological Perspectives.- Who Is in Your Shopping Cart? Expected and Experienced Effects of Choice Abundance in the Online Dating Context.- Cognitive Adaptation and Collective Action: The P2P File-Sharing Phenomenon.- Studying Invisibly: Media Naturalness and Learning.- Using Evolutionary Psychology to Extend Our Understanding of Fit and Human Drives in Information Systems (IS) Utilization Decisions and Performance.- The Interaction of Communication Medium and Management Control Systems in the Processes and Outcomes of Transfer Price Negotiations.- A Research Model for Online Social Behavior Based on an Evolutionary, Social Psychological, and Technological Approach.- Emerging Issues and Debate.- Costly Traits and e-Collaboration: The Importance of Oral Speech in Electronic Knowledge Communication.- Homo Virtualensis: Evolutionary Psychology as a Tool for Studying Video Games.- The Modern Hunter-Gatherer Hunts Aliens and Gathers Power-Ups: The Evolutionary Appeal of Violent Video Games and How They Can Be Beneficial.- Three Roads to Cultural Recurrence.- Evolution as Metaphor: A Critical Review of the Use of Evolutionary Concepts in Information Systems and e-Commerce.
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