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Academic publications

Sarah Zheng and Ingolf Becker. 2022. Presenting suspicious details in User-Facing e-mail headers does not improve phishing detection. In Eighteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2022). https://www.usenix.org/conference/soups2022/presentation/zheng

Valentina Vellani, Sarah Zheng, Dilay Ercelik and Tali Sharot. In review. Repeated exposure to information increases sharing by biasing accuracy judgment. Preprint available on PsyArXiv.

Sarah Zheng, Liron Rozenkrantz and Tali Sharot. In review. Why humans are bad at detecting lies.

B Sandhya, Sarah Zheng and Jyoti Belur. In review. Impact of changes brought about by COVID-19 on the personal and professional lives of policewomen in Kerala, India.

I have also served as reviewer for the conferences on human factors in computing (CHI) and usable security and privacy (SOUPS).

Other

On 1 December 2022 I was part of a panel discussion on AI visibility at the Data Science Festival in London:

IBM blog 2019 "How to turn the right mental knobs to change the way people (want to) work"

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