Jessica Gladfelter, M.S. is a fourth year Industrial Organizational Psychology PhD candidate. She graduated from Roanoke college with a B.S. in Psychology in 2015. She defended her masters thesis at VT in December 2017. In addition to being a member of both the SCIP and ILT lab, she is also a GTA. Specifically, she is the instructor for Principles of Psychological research.
Principles of Psychological Research
- Acton, B., Foti, R., Lord, R., & Gladfelter, J. (2018). Putting emergence back in leadership emergence: A dynamic, multilevel, process-oriented framework. The Leadership Quarterly Yearly Review
- Gladfelter, J. & Friedman, D. (2014). Texting during Homework: The millennial generation’s ability to thrive despite constant technological interruptions. The Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Science, 2, 39-50.
- Professional Publications
- Gladfelter J. & Mosier, D. (2014). Identifying pre-attack indicators for special events. Domestic Preparedness Journal, 10, 14-15.
- Mosier, D. & Gladfelter, J. (2014). Protect your church from domestic disputes. Church Executive, web-exclusive http://churchexecutive.com/archives/web-exclusive-when-their-problems-become-your-problems
- Gladfelter, J. & Mosier, D. (2014). See something, say something? Church Executive, web-exclusive http://churchexecutive.com/archives/web-exclusive-see-something-say-something
- Regulatory focus/fit
- Micro-aggression for both Race and Gender
- Instrument Development
- Leadership as an emergent process
- Gender and leadership