Select Publications

 

Bell, S. T., Roma, P G., & Caldwell. B. J. (forthcoming). Special considerations for conducting research in analog environments: Challenges, solutions, and what is needed. In L B. Landon, K. J. Slack. & E. Salas (Eds.). Psychology and Human Performance in Space Programs (Research at the Frontier, Vol. 1, pp. X-XX).

Bell, S. T., & Vazquez, M. (forthcoming). Team Composition. In Oxford Bibliographies in Management. Ed Ricky Griffin. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Larson, L., Wojcik, H., Gokhman, I., DeChurch, L., Bell, S., & Contractor, N. (forthcoming). Team performance in space crews: Houston, we have a teamwork problem. Acta Astronautica.

Bell, S. T., Brown, S. G., & Mitchell, T. (2019). What We Know about Team Dynamics for Long-Distance Space Missions: A Systematic Review of Analog Research. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00811  

Bell, S. T., Brown, S. G., Colaneri, T., & Outland, N. (2018). Team Composition and the ABCs of Teamwork. American Psychologist, 73, 349-362.

 

Bell, S. T., Brown, S G., & Weiss, J. (2018). A Conceptual Framework for Leveraging Team Composition Decisions to Build Human Capital. Human Resource Management Review, 28, 450-463.

Bell, S. T., Fisher, D., Brown, S., & Mann, K. (2018). An Approach for Conducting Actionable Research with Extreme Teams. Journal of Management, 44, 2740-2765.

Bell, S. R., & Outland, N. (2017). Team composition over time. In E. Salas, W. B., Vessey, & L. B. Landon (Eds.) Team Dynamics Over Time: Advances in Psychological Theory, Methods, and Practices (Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Vol. 18, pp. 3-27). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Bell, S. T., & Brown, S. G. (2015). Selecting and Composing Cohesive Teams. In E. Salas, W. B. Vessey, & A. X. Estrada (Eds.). Team Cohesion: Advances in Psychological Theory, Methods and Practice (Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Vol. 17, pp. 181-209). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. doi:10.1108/S1534-085620150000017008

Bell, S. T., Brown, S. G., Abben, D. R., & Outland, N, B. (2015). Team Composition Issues for Future Space Exploration:  A Review and Directions for Future Research. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 86, 548-556.

Fisher, D. M., Bell, S. T., Dierdorff, E., & Belohlav, J. (2012). Facet personality and surface-level diversity as team mental model antecedents: Implications for implicit coordination. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97, 825-841.

Bell, S. T., & Fisher, D. M. (2012). Does dynamic composition mean the demise of shared team properties and the rise of global team properties? Industrial and Organizational Psychology:  Perspectives on Science and Practice, 5, 39-40.

Bell, S. T., & Marentette, B. J. (2011). Team Viability for Long-term and Ongoing Organizational Teams. Organizational Psychology Review, 1, 275-292.

Bell, S. T., Towler, A. J., & Fisher, D. M. (2011). A Multilevel Examination of the Influence of Trainee-Trainer Gender Dissimilarity and Trainee-Classroom Gender Composition Dissimilarity on Trainee Knowledge Acquisition. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 22, 343-372.

Dierdorff, E., Bell, S. T., & Belohlav, J. (2011). The Power of 'We': Effects of Psychological Collectivism on Team Performance Over Time.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 247-262.

Bell, S. T., Villado, A. J., Lukasik, M., Belau, L., & Briggs, A. (2011). Getting Specific about Demographic Diversity Variable and Team Performance Relationships: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Management, 37, 709-743.

Bell, S. T., & Arthur, W. Jr. (2008). Feedback Acceptance in Developmental Assessment Centers: The Role of Feedback Message, Participant Personality, and Affective Response to the Feedback Session. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29, 681–703.

Edwards, B. D., Bell, S. T., Arthur, W. Jr., & Decuir, A. D. (2008). Relationships Between Facets of Job Satisfaction and Task and Contextual Performance. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 57, 441–465.

Bell, S. T. (2007).  Deep–Level Composition Variables as Predictors of Team Performance: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 595–615.

Arthur, W. Jr., Bell, S. T., & Edwards, B. D. (2007). A longitudinal examination of the criterion–related validities of additive and referent–shift operationalizations of team–efficacy. Organizational Research Methods, 1, 35–58.

For a more complete list, please reference Dr. Bell's ResearchGate Profile.

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