Stephen Fiore

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University of Central Florida
Professional Background: 

Dr. Fiore holds a joint appointment with the Cognitive Sciences program in the Department of Philosophy and the Institute of Simulation and Training. He earned his Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh (2000) working primarily in the Learning Research and Development Center. He is Director of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory (CSL), a collaborating research unit affiliated with the Institute for Simulation and Training and the Philosophy Department.


He maintains a multidisciplinary research interest that incorporates aspects of cognitive, social, and organizational theory in the investigation of learning and performance in individuals and teams.

Selected Publications: 

1. Fiore, S. M. (2008). Interdisciplinarity as teamwork: How the science of teams can inform team science. Small Group Research, 39(3), 251-277.

2. Fiore, S. M., McDaniel, R., & Jentsch, F. (in press). Narrative-Based Collaboration Systems for Distributed Teams: Nine Research Questions for Information Managers. Information Systems Management.

3. Fiore, S. M., Salas, E., Cuevas, H. M. & Bowers, C. A. (2003). Distributed coordination space: Toward a theory of distributed team process and performance. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science, 4, 3-4, 340-363.

4. Salas, E., & Fiore, S. M. (Editors). (2004). Team Cognition: Understanding the factors that drive process and performance. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

5. Stagl, K. C., Salas, E., & Fiore, S. M. (2007). Best practices in cross training teams. In D. A. Nembhard (Ed.), Workforce cross training handbook (pp. 156 - 175). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

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SoSP Posted Content

We can work it out: Collaboration leads to insights, new targets in epilepsy

Posted: Aug 18, 2013

Some personal insights in taking the challenges of team science head on.

Steve Fiore

Opinion: Publish Negative Results

Posted: Aug 15, 2013

Hi Everyone - here are two items that are relevant to recent discussions
on open science.  The first is from The Scientist on the need to publish

Understanding Open Science

Posted: Aug 12, 2013

Hi Everyone - the Max Planck Institute just tweeted a link to this blog (see first link below).  It is about a push for more open science and how that can be pursued.

Balancing privacy with public benefit

Posted: Aug 07, 2013

Hi Everyone - I just read this editorial in Nature and wanted to send it along. Generally, it relates to the broad topic of open access and, in this case, open data and data sharing.

Best Places to Work Academia 2013

Posted: Aug 04, 2013

Good Afternoon Everyone,

Gender composition of scholarly publications

Posted: Jul 25, 2013

Hi Everyone - this one just came across my desk so I wanted to send it along as it fits with some of the issues and methods that come up on the list.

Steve Fiore


Let's Shake Up the Social Sciences

Posted: Jul 20, 2013

Hi Everyone – the NYT has a piece out arguing for the need to increase interdisciplinary programs in the social sciences.

Is Science Becoming more Interdisciplinary?

Posted: Jul 05, 2013

<p>Hi Everyone - can anyone point me to any recent articles along the lines of Porter and Rafols (2009)?