Recent and ongoing research
The topics listed on this page provide a sample of my current lines of research. Note that projects tagged as “Completed” do not mean that I am uninterested in working on or thinking about that topic further–it simply reflects I am not actively engaged in any ongoing research in that area at the moment. Additionally, the list of projects provided here is not exhaustive and is primarily intended to provide a sense of the type of work I do. I am always open to exploring new ideas, opportunities, and collaborations (particularly with motivated graduate and undergraduate students!) on topics that are aligned with my general interests.
Measuring, analyzing, and predicting group interaction patterns to better understand the emergence of collaboration and influence in small teams
Formal theory-building and simluation research aimed at adaptation within and across complex team-based systems
Formal theory-building and simluation research aimed at capturing the dynamics and emergent outcomes of complex team-based systems
Formal theory, measurement/analytic techniques, and empirical research on how knowledge emerges and is used by teams
Developmment and evaluation of simluation-based training, assessment, and feedback for improving healthcare
Developing theory and conducting empirical examinations of the judgment and decision-making process underlying response selection on situational judgment tests