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Matt Pickard, Ph.D.

    Matt Pickard
    • Assistant Professor
    • Information Assurance Concentration Co-Advisor
    • Information Systems
    • Phone: (505) 277-3631
    • mpickard@unm.edu
    • Office: ASM 2020


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Bio
Matthew D. Pickard is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of New Mexico. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in Management Information Systems. He holds an M.B.A. in Management Information Systems and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Brigham Young University. His research leverages embodied conversational agents (i.e., virtual humans) to maximize voluntary self-disclosure and change attitudes and behaviors. He seeks to apply his research to contexts such as auditing and fraud investigations.

In his personal life, Matt is first and foremost a family man. In his spare time, he enjoys camping, woodworking, and beekeeping.

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

  • Brody, R. ., Pickard, M. ., Agins, J. . (2015). Avatars Interviewers: Tireless, Dedicated Investigative Partners. Fraud Magazine, 30 (4), 22-27. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Lowry, P. ., Jenkins, J. ., Pickard, M. ., Twyman, N. ., Bui, Q. . (2014). Proposing the Affect-Trust Infusion (ATIM) Model to Explain and Predict the Influence of High-and-Low Affect Infusion on Web Vendor Trust. Information & Management, 51 (5), 579-594. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Pickard, M. ., Burgoon, J. ., Derrick, D. C. (2014). Toward an Objective Linguistic-Based Measure of Perceived Embodied Conversational Agent (ECA) Power and Likeability. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 30 (6), 495-516. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Pickard, M. D., Burns, M. B., Moffit, K. C. (2013). A Theoretical Justification for using Embodied Conversational Agents (ECAs) to Augment Accounting-Related Interviews. Journal of Information Systems, 27 (2), 159-176. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Pickard, M. ., Brody, R. ., Burns, M. . (2013). The Effect of Embodied Agents on Users' Behavior. Insights to a Changing World, 13 (1), 53-72. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Pickard, M. ., Burns, M. ., Moffitt, K. . (2012). A Forensic Accountant's Second Life(TM) Toward Automated Interviewing for Forensic Accounting Investigations. American Accounting Association Information Systems Section Midyear Conference. [Refereed. Proceedings.]
  • Lowry, P. ., Jenkins, J. ., Pickard, M. ., Twyman, N. ., Bui, Q. . (2011). Proposing the Affect-Trust Infusion Model to Explain and Predict the Influence of High-and-Low Affect Infusion on Web Vendor Trust. International Conference on Information Systems. [Refereed. Proceedings.]
  • Pickard, M. ., Jenkins, J. . (2011). Embodied Agents and the Predictive Elaboration Model of Persuasion - Embodied Agents Tailored to Users' Need for Cognition. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences Human-Computer Interaction. [Refereed. Proceedings.]

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

  • Pickard, M. . (2015). Practical Predictive Analytics. Association of Government Accountants Annual Professional Development Conference, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Roster, C. ., Pickard, M. ., Chen, Y. . (2015). This is Sensitive – Let Me Talk to an Avatar: A Structured Abstract. Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference, Denver (Colorado). [Refereed. International.]
  • Pickard, M. . (2014). Avatar-Based Automated Interviewing: Why People May Disclose More to Avatar Interviewers than to Human Interviewers. Anti-Terrorism Advisory Council (ATAC), Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ National.]
  • Pickard, M. . (2014). Animated Avatars for Auditing. Institute of Internal Auditors, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ National.]
  • Pickard, M. ., Burns, M. ., Moffitt, K. . (2012). A Forensic Accountant's Second Life™: Toward Automated Interviewing for Forensic Accounting Investigations.. American Accounting Association Information Systems Section Midyear Conference, Scottsdale (Arizona). [Refereed. International.]
  • Pickard, M. ., Jenkins, J. . (2011). Embodied Agents and the Predictive Elaboration Model of Persuasion - Embodied Agents Tailored to User's Need for Cognition. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences Human-Computer Interaction, Maui (Hawaii). [Refereed. International.]
  • Pickard, M. . (2011). Proposal: Maximizing the Persuasiveness of Computerized Embodied Agents through Reinforcement Learning. Semi-annual CITeR Meeting, Tucson (Arizona). [ National.]
  • Lowery, P. ., Jenkins, J. ., Pickard, M. ., Twyman, N. ., Bui, Q. . (2011). Proposing the Affect-Trust Infusion Model (ATIM) to Explain and Predict the Influence of High- and Low-Affeect Infusion on Web Vendor Trust. International Conference on Information Systems, Shanghai (China). [Refereed. International.]
  • Pickard, M. . (2010). Final Report: Integrating Agent99, LIWC and building an a accessible platform for future tool building. Semi-annual CITeR Meeting, Morgantown (West Virginia). [ National.]

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

  • 2011. University of Arizona.

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

  • Department committee
  • 2014. Accounting Department Mission, Vision, and Strategy Committee. Committee Member.
  • 2014. Anthony Zarella. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2014. Hao Zhang. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2014. Kristen Creamer. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2014. Nam Tran. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2014. Sarah Gilman. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2014. Information Assurance Faculty Advisor. Mentoring Activities.
  • 2014. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Student Chapter - Interim Faculty Advisor. Faculty Advisor.
  • 2013. Sherri Johnston. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2013. Ashley Manley. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2013. Brandon Maurer. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2013. Worked with Ann Brooks to compile and organize a topic coverage report on the undergrate Accounting classes. Other Institutional Service Activities.
  • 2013. Angela Janda. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2012. Collen Windham. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • 2012. Kristen Dorland. Writing Student Recommendations.
  • International
  • 2014. Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium. Reviewer: Conference Paper.
  • 2015. Journal of Information Systems. Reviewer: Ad Hoc Reviewer for a Journal.
  • 2012. Brigham Young University Accounting Research Symposium. Reviewer: Conference Paper.
  • 2013. European Journal of Information Systems. DS: Reviewer - Article / Manuscript.
  • 2013. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Reviewer: Conference Paper.
  • 2011. Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction in MIS. Reviewer: Conference Paper.
  • 2009. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems. DS: Reviewer - Article / Manuscript.
  • National
  • 2012. Church Men's Association. Positions Held in Civic Organizations.
  • 2013. American Accounting Association. Reviewer: Conference Paper.
  • 2011. Church Men's Association. Positions Held in Civic Organizations.
  • 2010. Church Men's Association. Positions Held in Civic Organizations.
  • 2009. Church Men's Association. Positions Held in Civic Organizations.
  • 2010. Information Systems Research. DS: Reviewer - Article / Manuscript.
  • Regional
  • 2013. Southwest Region Liason for the Forensic & Investigative Section of AAA. Other Professional Service Activities.

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

  • Pickard, M. .2012. UNM Research Allocation Committee. Developing a Technology-based Interviewing System for Self-Disclosure.
  • Mofitt, K. ., Jenkins, J. ., Pickard, M. ., Burgoon, J. .2009. Center for Identification Technology Research. SPLICE: Building an accessible platform for future linguistic tool building.
  • Moffitt, K. ., Humpherys, S. ., Burgoon, J. ., Pickard, M. ., Burns, M. .2008. Center for Identification Technology Research. Evaluating and integrating speech recognition software into Agent99 software for real-time eception detection.

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.


This information contains published works and is based on a January snapshot of the Sedona system after material for the annual review has been requested.