|Daniel B. Shank, Ph.D.|
Daniel B. Shank
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Ph.D. Sociology, University of Georgia, 2012
M.A. Sociology, University of Georgia, 2008
M.S. Artificial Intelligence, University of Georgia, 2006
B.A. Computer Science, Harding University, 2003
Editor, Sociology of Emotions Newsletter, ASA Sociology of Emotions Section, 2011-2014
Research and Teaching Interests: Social Psychology, Emotions, Sociology of Technology, Statistics, Methods, Human-Computer Interaction, Organizations
Undergraduate Courses Taught: Social Psychology, Classical Sociological Theory, Ethics and Social Issues
Shank, Daniel B. Forthcoming. "Are Computers Good or Bad for Business? How Mediated Customer-Computer Interaction Alters Emotion, Impressions, and Patronage toward Organizations." Computers in Human Behavior.
Shank, Daniel B. 2012. "Perceived Justice and Reactions to Coercive Computers." Sociological Forum. 27(2): 372-391.
Shank, Daniel B. 2010. "An Affect Control Theory of Technology." Current Research in Social Psychology. 15(10): 1-13.
Shank, Daniel B. 2010. "Trusting Technological Actors: A Foundation in Structure and Cultural Sentiments" In Trust and Technology in a Ubiquitous Modern Environment: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives. Eds. Dominika Latusek and Alexandra Gerbasi. IGI Global.
Robinson, Dawn T. and Daniel B. Shank. 2009. "Affect Control Theory" In Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. Sage Publications.
Shank, Daniel B., Ronald W. McClendon, Joel Paz, and Gerrit Hoogenboom. 2008. "Ensemble Artificial Neural Networks for Prediction of Dew Point Temperature." Applied Artificial Intelligence. 22(6): 523-542.
Shank, Daniel B., Gerrit Hoogenboom, and Ronald W. McClendon. 2008. "Dew Point Temperature Prediction Using Artificial Neural Networks." Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology: A Journal of the American Meteorological Association. 47(6): 1757-1769.