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Dorothy R. Carter
Dorothy R. Carter
Associate Professor of Management, Michigan State University
Verified email at msu.edu
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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
5032012
Social network approaches to leadership: An integrative conceptual review.
DR Carter, LA DeChurch, MT Braun, NS Contractor
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2015
3762015
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
1982017
Teamwork situated in multiteam systems: Key lessons learned and future opportunities.
ML Shuffler, DR Carter
American Psychologist 73 (4), 390, 2018
1122018
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
1082014
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
792018
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
642015
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
632012
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
542020
Networks: The way forward for collectivistic leadership research
DR Carter, LA Dechurch
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 5 (4), 412-415, 2012
432012
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
382016
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
382015
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
342018
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
322020
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
312016
Leadership in multiteam systems: A network perspective.
DR Carter, LA DeChurch
Oxford University Press, 2014
282014
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
252019
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
252018
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
232020
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
222020
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