Undergraduate Institution: Dartmouth College
Broadly speaking, my primary research interests include team performance and composition, expatriate and cross-cultural work issues, and personnel selection. My thesis addresses the nature of individual performance distributions within NHL teams, and how this relates to overall team performance. I am also collaborating on a meta-analysis about factors affecting interview rating reliability, as well as a project examining trends in the portrayal of various leadership styles in film.
Representative publications and presentations:
Lee, P. J., & Scherbaum, C. (2019, May). Profiles of individual performance distributions and their relationship with interdependent team performance. Poster presented at the 19th congress of the European Association of Work & Organizational Psychology, Torino, Italy.
Larson, E., Chou, V., Lee, P. J., Scherbaum, C., Freed, S., Pineault, L., Keval, N., Dickson, M., Aiken, J., &Goldstein, H. (2019, April). Generalizability theory estimates of interview reliability. Poster presented at the 34th annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Harbor, MD.
Lee, P. J., Aiken, J., Chen, T., Dickson, M., Hanges, P., & Scherbaum, C. (2018, April). Re-examining the perceived migration of I-O psychology to business schools. Poster presented at the 33rd annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago.