About Huaye

Huaye Li
PhD Candidate
Howe School of Technology Management 
Stevens Institute of Technology
Castle Point on Hudson, Hoboken, NJ, 07030, USA

Huaye Li is a Ph.D. student at Stevens Institute of Technology. Huaye Li obtained her B.S. degree (Mathematics and Statistics ) from Zhejiang Gongshang University in 2008 and M.Ed degree (Educational Measurement and Statistics) from University of South Florida in 2010. 

Huaye Li's research interests focus on  judgement and decision making in online environment, collective intelligence, social computing, and data mining . 



Li,H., & Sakamoto, Y. Retweet counts matter: Social influences on sharing of disaster-related tweets. (Under second round review)

Li,H., & Sakamoto, Y. (2014) Social impact in social media: An examination of perceived truthfulness and sharing of information. 

Computers in Human behavior 



Li, H., Sakamoto, Y (2015). Computing the veracity of information through crowds: a method for reducing the spread of false messages on social media. HICSS(2015, accepted).

Ozturk, P., Li, H., & Sakamoto, Y. (2015). Combating rumor spread on social media: the effectiveness of refutation and warning. HICSS(2015, accepted).

Li, H., Sakamoto, Y., Tanaka, Y., & Chen, R (2014). The psychology behind people’s decision to forward disaster-related tweets. PACIS(2014).

Mithani. M.,& Li, H. (2013) Performance feedback and corporate social performance. Academic Conference on Social Responsibility 2013.

Li, H., & Sakamoto, Y. (2013). The influence of collective opinion on true-false judgment and information-sharing decision. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 2013. 


Chen, R., Li, H., Tanaka, Y., & Sakamoto, Y. (April 2013). Leveraging social media for disaster response. Innovation Expo. Stevens Institute of Technology.

Li, H., Chen, R., & Sakamoto, Y. (August 2012). The thinking behind decisions to spread disaster-related tweets. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Japan.

Mandelbaum, M. Li, H. & Clauser, T. (2012)Some Fordham Undergraduates Are More Satisfied with Their University than Some Graduate Students. 2012 Pace University Psychology Conference.

Carolla.B, Li.H, Jane.V, Lokman. L, Rodriguez-­‐Campos. L, Learning from change: A collaborative evaluation of a community-­‐focused cancer outreach program. Conference of American Evaluation Association. San Antonio, Texas, Nov, 2010.

Chen. Y.H, Li. H, Zha. S, Impact of Teachers’ Computer Use on Students’ Mathematics Achievement in Elementary Classrooms: Comparisons between Taiwan and U.S. Presented at the international conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, San Diego, California, April, 2009.

MacDonald. G, Chen. Y.H, Li. H, Fay. R, Yuh-­‐Chyn. Leu, Exploring and Validating Cognitive Sources of Item Difficulty of Mathematic Fraction Items, National Council of Measurement in Education, San Diego, California, USA, April 13-­‐-­‐17, 2009.