Dorothy R. Carter
Dorothy R. Carter
Associate Professor of Management, Michigan State University
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The topology of collective leadership
NS Contractor, LA DeChurch, J Carson, DR Carter, B Keegan
The Leadership Quarterly 23 (6), 994-1011, 2012
Social network approaches to leadership: An integrative conceptual review.
DR Carter, LA DeChurch, MT Braun, NS Contractor
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2015
Incorporating social networks into leadership development: A conceptual model and evaluation of research and practice
KL Cullen-Lester, CK Maupin, DR Carter
The Leadership Quarterly 28 (1), 130-152, 2017
Teamwork situated in multiteam systems: Key lessons learned and future opportunities.
ML Shuffler, DR Carter
American Psychologist 73 (4), 390, 2018
Mind the gap: The role of leadership in multiteam system collective cognition
T Murase, DR Carter, LA DeChurch, MA Marks
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (5), 972-986, 2014
Implications of observability for the theory and measurement of emergent team phenomena
NT Carter, DR Carter, LA DeChurch
Journal of Management 44 (4), 1398-1425, 2018
Leadership for global virtual teams: Facilitating teamwork processes
DR Carter, PW Seely, J Dagosta, LA DeChurch, SJ Zaccaro
Leading global teams: Translating multidisciplinary science to practice, 225-252, 2015
Charting a course for collaboration: A multiteam perspective
R Asencio, DR Carter, LA DeChurch, SJ Zaccaro, SM Fiore
Translational Behavioral Medicine, 2 (4), 487-494, 2012
Functional Leadership in Interteam Contexts: Understanding ‘What’in the Context of Why? Where? When? and Who?
D Carter, K Cullen-Lester, J Jones, A Gerbasi, D Chrobot-Mason, EY Nae
Elsevier, 2020
Networks: The way forward for collectivistic leadership research
DR Carter, LA Dechurch
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 5 (4), 412-415, 2012
Build it, but will they come? A geoscience cyberinfrastructure baseline analysis
J Cutcher-Gershenfeld, KS Baker, N Berente, DR Carter, LA DeChurch, ...
Data Science Journal 15, 8-8, 2016
Conflict, trust, and cohesion: Examining affective and attitudinal factors in science teams
SM Fiore, DR Carter, R Asencio
Team cohesion: Advances in psychological theory, methods and practice 17 …, 2015
Charting the Publication and Citation Impact of the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program From 2006 Through 2016
N Llewellyn, DR Carter, L Rollins, EJ Nehl
Academic Medicine 93 (8), 1162-1170, 2018
Team Membership Change “Events”: A Review and Reconceptualization
HM Trainer, JM Jones, JG Pendergraft, CK Maupin, DR Carter
Group & Organization Management 45 (2), 219-251, 2020
Space exploration illuminates the next frontier for teams research
JR Mesmer-Magnus, DR Carter, R Asencio, LA DeChurch
Group & Organization Management 41 (5), 595-628, 2016
Leadership in multiteam systems: A network perspective.
DR Carter, LA DeChurch
Oxford University Press, 2014
Learning from the past to advance the future: the adaptation and resilience of NASA’s Spaceflight Multiteam Systems across four eras of spaceflight
JG Pendergraft, DR Carter, S Tseng, LB Landon, KJ Slack, ML Shuffler
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 1633, 2019
How Team Interlock Ecosystems Shape the Assembly of Scientific Teams: A Hypergraph Approach
A Lungeanu, DR Carter, LA DeChurch, NS Contractor
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (2-3), 174-198, 2018
Scope, influence, and interdisciplinary collaboration: the publication portfolio of the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program from 2006 through 2017
N Llewellyn, DR Carter, D DiazGranados, C Pelfrey, L Rollins, EJ Nehl
Evaluation & the health professions 43 (3), 169-179, 2020
Understanding job satisfaction in the causal attitude network (CAN) model.
NT Carter, MR Lowery, R Williamson Smith, KM Conley, AM Harris, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 105 (9), 959, 2020
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