Brandis Phillips


Brandis Phillips
College of Business & Economics

Accounting and Finance

Merrick Hall 229
Ph.D.Business Information Systems / Michigan State University
MBABusiness Administration / University of Iowa
B.A.Accounting / Michigan State University


Dr. Brandis Phillips is an associate professor of accounting at North Carolina A & T State University. His primary areas of research are technology addiction, digital literacy and psychological factors affecting students’ attitude toward quantitative careers. He has published his work in Information & Management, Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, Journal of Computer Information Systems, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce. He has also presented his work at the Academy of Management, Americas Conference on Information Systems and the Decision Sciences Institute. He also works with MBA students as a case c

Research Interests

User Acceptance of Technology Information Systems Controls Digital Literacy Stereotype Threat Mindset Orientation of Minority Students Technology Addiction

Recent Publications

  • Brandis Phillips (2023). (Greater socioenvironmental risk factors and higher chronic pain stage are associated with thinner bilateral temporal lobes). Brain and Behavior.
  • Brandis Phillips, Nicole McCoy (2022). (Preparing Accounting Majors for an Alphabet Soup of Technology). (9/10) 92, The CPA Journal.
  • Brandis Phillips, Belinda Shipps (2022). (Problematic Technology Use: The impact of personality and continued use ). (1) 9, pp. 38 - 63. Journal of the Southern Association of Information Systems.
  • Brandis Phillips, Belinda Shipps (2022). (The Persistent Digital Divide: The Case Study of a Minority-Serving Institution). (2) 9, pp. 33 - 47. Journal of the Southern Association of Information Systems.
  • Maranda McBride, Lemuria Carter, Brandis Phillips (2020). (Integrating the theory of planned behavior and behavioral attitudes to explore texting among young drivers in the US). 50, pp. 365-374. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT.
  • Matt Wimble, Harminder Singh, Brandis Phillips (2018). (Understanding Cross-Level Interactions of Firm-Level Information Technology and Industry Environment ). (1) 31, Information Resources Management Journal.
  • Matt Wimble, Harminder Singh, Brandis Phillips (2017). (A multilevel model of information technology). (3) 57, pp. 201 - 207. Journal of Computer Information Systems.
  • Lemuria Carter, Brandis Phillips, Vishanth Weerakkody, Yogesh Dwivedi (2016). (Citizen Adoption of E-Government Services: Exploring Citizen Perceptions of Online Services in the US and UK). (2) 33, pp. 124-140. Information Systems Management.
  • Matt Wimble, John Tripp, Brandis Phillips, Nash Milic, (2016). ( On search cost and the long tail: The moderating role of search cost). 14, pp. 1 - 25. Information Systems and e-Business Management .
  • Brandis Phillips (2013). (Information technology practice: Impacts on effectiveness, forthcoming Journal of Organizational and End User Computing). (4) 25, pp. 49 - 73. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing.
  • Belinda Shipps, Brandis Phillips (2013). (Social Networks, Interactivity and Satisfaction: Assessing Socio-Technical-Behavioral Factors as an extension to Technology Acceptance). (1) 8, pp. 35 - 52. Journal of Theoretical and Applied E-Commerce Research.
  • Brandis Phillips, Belinda Shipps (2012). (Frequency of usage: The impact of technology acceptance factors versus social factors). (2) 4, pp. 30 - 45. International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking .
  • Brandis Phillips, Lemuria Carter, Porche Millington (2012). (The Impact of Information Technology Internal Controls on Firm Performance). In Tanya McGill, (2) 24, pp. 39 - 49. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing .
  • D McKnight, Brandis Phillips, William Hardgrave (2009). (Which reduces IT turnover intention the most: Workplace characteristics or job characteristics? ). (3) 46, pp. 167 - 174. Information & Management/Elsevier.