With constant new technological developments, the interaction between human behavior and information systems will continue to be an important research area for the foreseeable future. While technologies can shape and influence human behaviors, human behaviors can also in turn inform the use and design of technologies. This track focuses on the interplay of human behaviors and information systems at the individual, group, organization and societal levels as well as the intersection across levels. We are interested in research of new technological developments, e.g., virtual reality technologies, and how they promote new forms of human behaviors as well as change the interaction between human behaviors and information systems. We welcome submissions that extend or challenge the current beliefs, assumptions, and theories. Qualitative, quantitative, or mixed-method studies are welcome, as are conceptual articles that offer theoretical insights and directions for future research. We are particularly interested in research that seeks to explore less charted territory.