Stephen Fiore

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Affiliation: 
University of Central Florida
Position: 
Professor
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.

Research: 

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.

Keywords: 
policy, research, Science, interdisciplinary

SoSP Posted Content

Claude Shannon and Use-inspired Science

Posted: Apr 19, 2016

This is more of (potential) historical interest.

Re: Zika: front row seats at a bibliometric big bang

Posted: Apr 14, 2016

Given that conference presentations precede journal pubs by quite a bit (and journal lag times vary tremendously), perhaps it would be more accurate to analyze conference presentations/abstracts to

The Shrinking Ph.D. Job Market

Posted: Apr 10, 2016

Hi Everyone - here's a new article out on this topic that has come up before on the list.

Best,

Steve

A Case of Complex Collaboration

Posted: Apr 05, 2016

Hi Everyone - this is a bit out of the normal posts but it is such an interesting example of inter-professional collaboration on a real-world problem, I wanted to make folks aware of it.  Although

Re: Reminder: “NIH and the Science of Science and Innovation Policy” Workshop Next Week

Posted: Mar 30, 2016

Is there a 'virtual attendance' option?

Einstein v. Roberts (on the varied reasons for diversity within science)

Posted: Mar 30, 2016

Hi Everyone - there is a great editorial in this week's issue of Science motivated by the current U.S. Supreme Court hearing on A. Fisher v. the University of Texas. 

On publishing the "file drawer" and on the hijacking of “evidence-based medicine"

Posted: Mar 18, 2016

Hi Everyone – there are a couple of interesting blogs out this week discussing recent articles within the category of transparency and openness in science.   Below I’ve provided links to two blogs

The High Price of Open Access

Posted: Mar 16, 2016

Hi Everyone - as a complement to some of the topics in the first article I linked below, I just came across this blog.

The NYT Weighs in on Open Scholarship

Posted: Mar 15, 2016

Hi Everyone – I’m sure many of you have seen these, but I’m intrigued that, within a few days of each other, the NYTs has published two articles related to open scholarship.  Below the links I’ve c

Re: Query from State Department

Posted: Mar 10, 2016

Hi Sam - I'm not sure if anyone has responded yet, but there is data out there on this.  Below is a link to one of the studies that came to mind.

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