Lindsay Rice Greenlee, Ph.D.
Phone: (806) 834-1599
The goal of my current research is to examine how social dynamics can affect individuals working together or with human or machine teammates. Broadly, my research is designed to facilitate the use of social psychological theories to optimize human-human and human-machine teamwork. Specifically, my research focuses on three main areas: team dynamics, collaborative decision-making, and the effectiveness of teams.
- Rice, L. & Greenlee, E.T. (2019). Understanding distress: An examination of the role of stereotype threat in vigilance tasks. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of HFES.
- Rice, L. & Greenlee, E.T. (2019). The effect of evaluator masculinity on dyadic hiring decisions. Gender Issues, 36(2), 136-151.
- Greenlee, E. T., Funke, G. J., & Rice, L. (2019). Evaluation of the team workload questionnaire (TWLQ) in a team choice task. Human Factors, 61(2), 348-359.
- Rice, L. & Barth, J.M. (2017). A tale of two gender roles: The role of implicit and explicit gender role traditionalism and occupation stereotypes on hiring decisions. Gender Issues, 34, 86-102.
- Rice, L., Barth, J.M., Guadagno, R.E., Smith, G.P.A., McCallum, D.M. & ASERT. (2013). The role of social support on students' perceived abilities and attitudes toward math and science. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 42(7), 1028-1040.
- Undergraduate Research and Statistical Methods
AddressTexas Tech University, Department of Psychological Sciences, Box 42051 Lubbock, TX 79409-2051