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JOURNAL PAPERS

  1. Sen, D., Lindgaard, G., & Patrick, A.S. (2007). Symbolic aspects of university homepage design: What appeals to different cultures? MMI-Interaktiv, 13, 55-64.
  2. Patrick, A.S. (2005). Just-in-time click-through agreements: Interface widgets for confirming informed, unambiguous consent. Journal of Internet Law, 9(3), 17-19.
  3. Patrick, A.S. (2002) Building trustworthy software agents. IEEE Internet Computing, 6(6), 46-53.
  4. Patrick, A.S. (1999). The human factors of MBone videoconferences: Recommendations for improving sessions and software. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 4(3).
  5. Patrick, A.S., & Black, A. (1997). Who is going online? Results from the National Capital FreeNet. Internet Research, 7(4), 305-319.
  6. Patrick, A.S. (1997). Media lessons from the National Capital FreeNet. Communications of the ACM, 40(7), 74-80.
  7. Patrick, A.S., Black, A., & Whalen, T.E. (1996). CBC Radio on the Internet: An experiment in convergence. Canadian Journal of Communication, 21, 125-140.
  8. Patrick, A.S., Jacques-Locmelis, W., & Whalen, T. (1993). The role of previous questions and answers in natural-language dialogues with computers. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 5, 129-145.
  9. Patrick, A.S., & Whalen, T.E. (1992). Field testing a natural-language information system: Usage characteristics and users’ comments. Interacting with Computers, 4, 218-230.
  10. Lupker, S.J., Harbluk, J.L., & Patrick, A.S. (1991). Memory for things forgotten. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 17, 897-907.
  11. Whalen, T.E., & Patrick, A.S. (1990). COMODA: A conversation model for database access. Behaviour & Information Technology, 9, 93-110.
  12. Patrick, A.S. (1986). The role of ability in creative ‘incubation.’ Personality and Individual Differences, 7, 169-174.

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Wright, N., Patrick, A.S. & Biddle, R. (2012). Do you see your password?: Applying recognition to textual passwords. In Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS ’12). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
  2. Hlywa, M., Biddle, R., & Patrick, A.S. (2011). Facing the facts about image type in recognition-based graphical passwords. In Proceedings of the 27th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC ’11). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 149-158.
  3. Biddle, R., van Oorschot, P.C., Patrick, A.S., Sobey, J. & Whalen, T., (2009). Browser interfaces and extended validation SSL certificates: An empirical study. CCSW 2009: The ACM Cloud Computing Security Workshop (in conjunction with the 16th ACM CCS), November 13, Chicago
  4. Sobey, J., Biddle, R., Van Oorschot, P.C., & Patrick, A.S. (2008). Exploring user reactions to browser cues for extended validation certificates. 13th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS), Oct. 6-8, Malaga, Spain. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), 5283, 411-427.
  5. Korba, L., Wang, Y., Geng, L., Song, R., Yee, G., Patrick, A.S., Buffett, S., Liu, H., and You, Y. (2008). Private data discovery for privacy compliance in collaborative environments. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization and Engineering (CDVE 2008). Palma de Mallorca, Mallorca. September 21-25, 2008.
  6. Korba, L., Song, R., Yee, G., Patrick, A.S., Buffett, S., Wang, Y., & Geng, L. (2007). Private data management in collaborative environments. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization and Engineering (CDVE 2007). Shanghai, China. September 16-20.
  7. Heckle, R.R., Patrick, A.S., & Ozok, A. (2007). Perception and acceptance of fingerprint biometric technology. Proceedings of the Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS). Pittsburgh, PA, USA, July 18-20.
  8. Sen, D., Patrick, A.S., & Lindgaard, G. (2006). Around the world through homepages: What attracts and persuades foreign students? Poster presented at the annual American Psychological Association Conference, Aug. 10-13, New Orleans.
  9. Korba, L., Song, R., Yee, G., & Patrick, A. (2006). Automated social network analysis for collaborative work. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Cooperative Design, Visualization and Engineering (CDVE 2006). Palma de Mallorca, Spain. September 17-20. LNCS 4101, pp. 1-8.
  10. Patrick, A.S., Long, A.C., & Flinn, S. (2003). HCI and security systems. Paper in the CHI 2003 Conference Proceedings: Extended Abstracts (Workshops), April 5-10, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
  11. Patrick, A.S., & Kenny, S. (2003). From Privacy Legislation to Interface Design: Implementing Information Privacy in Human- Computer Interfaces. In R. Dingledine (Ed.), Proceedings of Privacy Enhancing Technologies Workshop (PET2003), Dresden, Germany, 26-28 March, 2003. LNCS 2760, pp. 107-124.
  12. Patrick, A.S., Black, A., & Whalen, T.E. (1995). Rich, young, male, dissatisfied computer geeks? Demographics and satisfaction from the National Capital FreeNet. In D. Godfrey & M. Levy (Eds.), Proceedings of Telecommunities 95: The International Community Networking Conference (pp. 83-107). Victoria, British Columbia, Canada: Telecommunities Canada.
  13. Whalen, T.E, & Patrick, A.S. (1989). Conversational hypertext: Information access through natural language dialogues with computers. Paper presented at the SIGCHI Conference, April 30 – May 4, 1989, Austin Texas. Published in CHI ’89 Conference Proceedings, 289-292.

EDITED VOLUMES

  1. Patrick, A.S., & Yung, M. (Editors) (2005). Proceedings of the Financial Cryptography and Data Security Conference (FC 2005), February/March 2005, Roseau, The Commonwealth of Dominica, LNCS 3570, Springer.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Patrick, A. S., & Camp, L. J. (2012). Harm mitigation from the release of personal identity information. In Yee, G. O. (Ed.), Privacy Protection Measures and Technologies in Business Organizations: Aspects and Standards. (pp. 309-330). doi:10.4018/978-1-61350-501-4.ch013
  2. Marsh, S., Patrick, A.S., & Briggs, P. (2007). Social issues of trust and digital government. Article in A. Anttiroiko & M Mälkiä (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Digital Government, Idea Group. Also published in H. Nemati (ed.), Information security and ethics: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications. IGI Global, 2008.
  3. Patrick, A.S., Briggs, P. & Marsh, S. (2005). Designing systems that people will trust. Book chapter in L. Cranor & S. Garfinkel (Eds.), Security and Usability: Designing Secure Systems That People Can Use, O’Reilly & Associates.
  4. Yee, G., El-Khatib, K., Korba, L., Patrick, A.S., Song, R., & Xu, Y. (2005). Privacy and trust in e-government. Book chapter in W. Huang, K. Siau, & K.K. Wei (Eds.), Electronic Government Strategies and Implementations. Idea Group
  5. Korba, L., Yee, G., Xu, Y., Song, R., Patrick, A.S., & El-Khatib, K. (2005). Privacy and trust in agent-supported distributed learning. Book chapter in F.O. Lin (Ed.), Designing Distributed Learning Environments with Intelligent Software Agents. Idea Group.
  6. Korba, L., Patrick, A.S., & Song, R. (2003). Trust model and network aspects. In G.W. van Blarkom, J.J. Borking & J.G.E. Olk (Eds.). Handbook of Privacy and Privacy-Enhancing Technologies: The Case of Intelligent Software Agents. College Bescherming Persoonsgegevens, Den Haag, The Netherlands. (available for download)
  7. Patrick, A.S., Kenny, S., Holmes, C., & van Breukelen, M. (2003). Human computer interaction. In G.W. van Blarkom, J.J. Borking & J.G.E. Olk (Eds.). Handbook of Privacy and Privacy-Enhancing Technologies: The Case of Intelligent Software Agents. College Bescherming Persoonsgegevens, Den Haag, The Netherlands. (available for download)

SELF-PUBLISHED DISCUSSION PAPERS & TECHNICAL REPORTS

  1. Sobey, J., van Oorschot, P.C., & Patrick, A.S. (2009). Browser interfaces and EV-SSL certificates: Confusion, inconsistencies and HCI challenges. Carleton University – School of Computer Science Technical Report TR-09-02. http://www.scs.carleton.ca/research/tech_reports/
  2. Patrick, A.S. (2008). Fingerprint concerns: Performance, usability, and acceptance of fingerprint biometric systems. July 2.
  3. Patrick, A.S. (2007). Authentication technology and identity theft. June 1.
  4. Patrick, A.S. (2007). Biometrics and identity theft. May 15.
  5. Patrick, A.S. (2007). Modern Internet identity theft. March 23.
  6. Patrick, A.S. (2006). Privacy practices for HCI research. HOT Topics!, 5(2).
  7. Patrick, A.S. (2005). Multicast and Access Grid: Survey results. Working paper available at http://www.andrewpatrick.ca/multicast-survey/index.html
  8. Bauer, B., & Patrick, A.S. (2004). A Human Factors Extension to the Seven-Layer OSI Reference Model. Self-published discussion paper, January, 2004.
  9. Singer, J., Patrick, A.S., & Vinson, N. (2003). Canadian Human Computer Interaction Research Profile. Self-published discussion paper, December, 2003
  10. Patrick, A.S. (2002). Human Factors of Security Systems: A Brief Review. Self-published discussion paper, March 19, 2002.
  11. Patrick, A.S. (2002). The Psychology of Virtual Presence: Research Ideas. Self-published discussion paper, January 24, 2002.
  12. Patrick, A.S. (2002). Just-In-Time Click-Through Agreements: Interface Widgets for Facilitating User Understanding and Confirming Informed, Unambiguous Consent. Self-published discussion paper, July, 2002.

NON-REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. Fenandez, J., Patrick, A.S., & Zuck, L. (2012). Ethical and Secure Data Sharing across Borders. Financial Cryptography and Data Security (FC 2012), Bonaire.
  2. C. Herley, P.C. van Oorschot, A.S. Patrick. (2009). Passwords: If We’re So Smart, Why Are We Still Using Them? Financial Cryptography and Data Security (FC 2009), 13th International Conference, Rockley, Christ Church, Barbados.
  3. Zurko, M.E., & Patrick, A.S. (2008). Panel: Usable cryptography: Manifest destiny or oxymoron? Presentation at the 12th International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security, Cozumel, Mexico, January 31. In G. Tsudik (Ed.), Financial Cryptography and Data Security (FC 2008), LNCS 5143 302-206.
  4. Patrick, A.S. (2008). Monitoring corporate password sharing using social network analysis. Paper presented at the International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, St. Pete Beach, Florida, Jan. 22-27.
  5. Corrie, B., Zimmerman, T., Patrick, A.S., El-Khatib, K., Singer, J., Noël, S., & Storey, M. (2005). Technology, technology, everywhere! Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Workshop on Advanced Collaborative Environments, Sept. 8-9, Redmond.
  6. Patrick, A.S., Singer, J., Corrie, B., Noël, S., El Khatib, K., Emond, B., Zimmerman, T., & Marsh, S. (2004). A QoE Sensitive Architecture for Advanced Collaborative Environments. Paper presented at the First International Conference on Quality of Service in Heterogeneous Wired/Wireless Networks (QSHINE 2004), Oct. 18-20, Dallas, TX.
  7. Patrick, A.S. (2004). Usability and acceptability of biometric security systems. Presentation at Financial Cryptography Conference (FC04), February 9-12, Key West FL. LNCS 3110, p. 105.
  8. Corrie, B., Wong, H., Zimmerman, T., Marsh, S., Patrick, A.S., Singer, J., Emond, B., & Noel, S. (2003). Towards quality of experience in advanced collaborative environments. Paper presented at the Third Annual Workshop on Advanced Collaborative Environments, June 22, Seattle.
  9. Patrick, A.S. (1998). User-centred design of an MBone videoconference polling tool. Paper presented at Net 98: The 12th Annual Canadian Internet Conference, May 10-12, Whistler, BC.
  10. Harbluk, J.L., Patrick, A.S., & Lupker, S.J. (1990). On the fate of unrecalled items. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, May 31-June 2. Abstract No. 63 in Canadian Psychology, 31 (2a).
  11. Patrick, A.S., Harbluk, J.L., & Lupker, S.J. (1988). Analyzing the fate of unrecalled items. Paper presented at the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 11-13. Abstract published in Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 26, 502.
  12. Patrick, A. S. (1988). Delayed part-list cues: Testing the SAM theory of memory retrieval. Paper presented at the Forty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, June 8-10. Abstract No. 595 in Canadian Psychology, 29 (2a).
  13. Patrick, A. S. (1987). Do strong memories really block the recall of weaker memories? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, June 18-20. Abstract No. 460 in Canadian Psychology, 28 (2a).
  14. Patrick, A. S. (1985). Cognitive priming and introspection. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, June 6-8. Abstract No. 410 in Canadian Psychology, 26 (2a).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & INVITED ADDRESSES

  1. Patrick, A.S. (2015). Privacy for the boardroom: Lessons from a regulator. SC Congress, June 11. Toronto.
  2. Patrick, A.S. (2011). Online tracking, targeting and profiling: A Canadian privacy perspective. W3C Workshop on Web Tracking and User Privacy. April 29. Princeton, N.J.
  3. Patrick, A.S. (2011). Location and privacy. Privacy and Information Security Congress. November 29. Ottawa.
  4. Patrick, A.S. (2011). Key topics in security and privacy research. Invited talk, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of British Columbia. May 12.
  5. Patrick, A.S. (2010). Biometrics and privacy. Privacy and Information Security Congress. November 15. Ottawa.
  6. Patrick, A.S. (2010). Reasonable expectations of privacy. Security and Human Behaviour Workshop, June 28-29, Cambridge, UK.
  7. Patrick, A.S. (2009). Biometrics and human behaviour. Security and Human Behaviour Workshop, June 11-12, Boston.
  8. Patrick, A.S. & Marsh, S. (2009). Monitoring corporate security and privacy practices using social network analysis.Sunbelt Social Networks Conference, Mar. 10-15, San Diego.
  9. Patrick, A.S. (2008). Privacy protection and the CHI Community. Panel presentation at CHI 08, April 10, Florence, Italy.
  10. Patrick, A.S. (2008). Acceptance of biometrics: Things that matter that we are ignoring. Invited presentation to the International Workshop on Usability and Biometrics, June 23, Washington, D.C.
  11. Patrick, A.S. (2008). Human factors of security systems. Invited presentation to the HTCIA Atlantic IT Security Professional Development Day, Sept. 30, Fredericton, N.B.
  12. Patrick, A.S. (2008). “Usable cryptography” as an impossible state. Panel presentation at Financial Cryptography and Data Security, January 30, Cozumel, Mexico.
  13. Patrick, A.S. (2007). Societal aspects of biometrics. Invited presentation to special session on “Usability of Biometrics, It Starts with the User!” at the Biometric Consortium Conference, Baltimore, September 11.
  14. Patrick, A.S. (2006). Privacy and surveillance research. MITACS Network & Information Security Workshop, Feb 8-9, Halifax.
  15. Patrick, A.S. (2006). Advanced Collaborative Environments and the Access Grid. Queen’s University Computation Science and Engineering Colloquium, March 28.
  16. Patrick,, A.S. (2004). Usability and acceptability of biometric security systems. Presentation at the NATO Workshop on Enhancing Information Systems Security Through Biometrics, Oct. 18, Ottawa, Canada
  17. Patrick, A.S. (2004). Protecting privacy in software agents: Lessons from the PISA project. Presentation at the DIMACS Workshop on Usable Privacy and Security Software, July 7-8, Piscataway, NJ, USA
  18. Patrick, A.S. (2004). Communications Psychology: Four Useful Concepts. Keynote presentation to the Workshop on Social Aspects of Communication Technologies, Northumbria University, Nov. 8, Newcastle, UK.
  19. Patrick, A.S. (2003). Building usable privacy protection. Invited address to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission Workshop on Technologies for Protecting Personal Information: The Consumer Experience, Washington, DC; May 14.
  20. Korba, L., Song, R., Patrick, A.S., Yee, G., Xu, Y., & El-Khalid, K., (2003). Developments in privacy enhancing technologies. Presentation to the 15th Annual Canadian Information Technology Security Symposium (CITSS), May 12-15, Ottawa.
  21. Korba, L., El-Khalid, K., Patrick, A.S., Song, R., Xu, Y., Yee, G., & Yu, J. (2003). Agent-based systems and privacy enhancing technologies. Presentation to the 18th IFIP International Information Security Conference, 26-28 May 2003, Athens, Greece.
  22. Corrie, B., & Patrick, A.S. (2003) Quality of experience in advanced collaborative environments. Presentation and Birds-of-a-Feather discussion session at the ACM Super Computing Conference (SC2003), November 18, Pheonix AZ and worldwide via the Access Grid.
  23. Whalen, T.E., & Patrick, A.S. (1995). Radio program dissemination by computer networks. WorldSpace Users’ Conference, Washington D.C., April 6-7.
  24. Graham, G., Patrick, A.S., Sansom, G., & Donnelly, L.K. (1995). Social issues related to community computer networks. Invited address to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). Dec. 1.
  25. Patrick, A., & Black, A. (1994). National Capital FreeNet usage and users: Research methods and preliminary results. Canadian Community Networks Conference. August 15.
  26. Patrick, A. (1994). Retail commercial services on the Internet. Invited presentation to the Electronic Commerce Association Symposium and Trade Show. November 30.
  27. Patrick, A. (1994). CBC Radio on the Internet: What are the lessons for broadcasters? Invited address to the Technology Studies Seminar for News Managers at The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center, Columbia University. September 13.
  28. Patrick, A. (1993). Understand FreePort. Community Networking: The International FreeNet Conference. August 18.
  29. Whalen, T., & Patrick, A. (1990). The development of a natural-language dialogue system for computers. Invited presentation to the 1990 National Conference of the Canadian Operations Research Society, Ottawa, May 24.
  30. Lupker, S.J., Harbluk, J.L., & Patrick, A.S. (1990). Feeling-of-knowing ratings as predictors of implicit task performance. Paper presented at the Consciousness & Cognition: Neuropsychological Perspectives Conference, St. Andrews, Scotland, September 4-5.
  31. Casserly, C., Patrick, A.S., & Whalen, T.E. (1990).CHAT on job interviews: New software for career counseling. Paper presented at the 14th World Congress of the International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Montreal, August 13-17.
  32. Whalen, T. E., & Patrick, A. S. (1988). Information access through natural language conversations with computers. Invited presentation to the Ninth Annual Conference of the Canadian Communications Association, June 7-8, Windsor, Ontario.