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

When Women Stopped Coding

Posted: Dec 09, 2015

Google, American Heart Association Announce Joint Research Effort

Posted: Nov 19, 2015

So Google and the American Heart Association are putting up $50M for a single team.

The assault on federally supported science

Posted: Nov 16, 2015

Hi Everyone – Robert Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, has an editorial out that takes on a recent WSJ essay by Matt Ridley.

Re: Academic publications to become less important when funding university research

Posted: Nov 15, 2015

If this is old news, has it been implemented before?  If so, did it have any beneficial effects or not?  If it was not tried before, why not?

Journal Impact Factor Shapes Scientists' Reward Signal in the Prospect of Publication

Posted: Nov 11, 2015

I’m only emailing this article because of the recent discussion on journal impact factors.  It’s circulating on my social networks and I honestly thought that it was a parody of sorts like The Onio

Journal impact factors 'no longer credible'

Posted: Nov 08, 2015

There is a new editorial out in Research Policy on the continued manipulation of the JIF metric.