Keaton FletcherLecturer & Research Scientist for the Work Science Center
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Work Science Center
Ph.D., Industrial-Organizational Psychology, University of South Florida, May 2018
M.S., Industrial-Organizational Psychology, University of South Florida, 2018
B.A., Psychology, Washington and Lee University, 2013
B.S., Neuroscience, Washington and Lee University, 2013
My research focuses on how leaders can improve the efficacy and well-being of their subordinates. This includes influencing psychological phenomena like trust, interpersonal phenomena like conflict, organizational phenomena like training opportunities, and environmental phenomena like interruptions. I have a particular interest in healthcare teams and leadership. Ultimately, I believe that our science should be readily usable by practitioners, and seek to do research that is both theoretically meaningful and practically important and accessible.
Fletcher, K. A., Frick, S. E., Telford, B. N., & Bedwell, W. L. (Accepted for publication). Enhancing training with well-designed checklists. International Journal of Training and Development.
Fletcher, K. A., Bedwell, W. L., Voeller, M., Coe, D., Morris, M. L., Marsh, B., & Zambroski, C. (2018). The art of critical thinking in nursing: A novel multi-modal humanities curriculum, Medical Science Educator.
Mangione, S., … Fletcher, K. A., Kahn, M. J. (2018). Medical students’ exposure to the humanities correlates with positive personal qualities and reduced burnout: A multi-institutional U.S. survey. Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Fletcher, K. A., Potter, S. M., & Telford, B. N. (2017). Stress outcomes of four types of perceived interruptions, Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Frick, S. E., Fletcher, K. A., Ramsay, P. S., & Bedwell, W. L. (2017). The four Rs of team adaptation: A heuristic to guide research & practice. Human Resource Management Review.