Elizabeth is a Ph.D. candidate in Management at the University of Connecticut with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Washington & Jefferson College. Currently, she is interested in researching team composition, team processes & states, and research methods. Her dissertation uses a three-study, multimethod approach to investigate how humility emerges at the collective level over time. Her work research has been published in various academic outlets such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Research Methods, Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, and Small Group Research.
|2017||B.A. Psychology, Washington & Jefferson College||Pittsburgh, PA|
|Mathieu, J. E., Wolfson M., Park S., Luciano, M. M. Bedwell W. L., Ramsay, P. S., Klock E. A., Tannenbuam, S. (2021) A Multitrait-Multimethod Investigation of Alternative Measures of Team Processes. Journal of Applied Psychology. (Monograph)|
|Rapp, T., Maynard, T., Domingo, M., Klock, E. A., (2020). Team Emergent States: What has Emerged in the Last Two Decades? Small Group Research.|
|Mathieu, J. E., Luciano, M. M., D’Innocenzo, L., Klock E. A., & LePine J.A. (2019). The Development and Construct Validity of a Survey Measure of Team Processes. Organizational Research Methods.|
|Mathieu, J. E., Gallagher, P. T., Domingo, M. A., & Klock, E. A. (2019). Embracing Complexity: Reviewing the Past Decade of Team Effectiveness Research. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.|