High Tech with a Human Touch
School of Psychology
Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program
Research Team: Feedback
The Feedback Research Team is a research team at Florida Institute of Technology lead by Dr. Lisa Steelman. The primary research area, feedback, is defined as “information given to a person about his or her performance.” The team has conducted research looking at the relationships between feedback and the following variables: culture, feedback delivery medium, feedback sign, goal orientation, self-esteem, feedback motives, emotional intelligence, stress, & teams. The team also supports other organizational research topics such as wellness and job satisfaction. Overall, the feedback research team at Florida Tech conducts research that contributes to the feedback research area by examining new relationships as well as improving upon previous research.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lisa Steelman
The feedback team believes it is important to practice what we preach: By working well together and working hard we are able to help each other develop research ideas and carry out projects. We remain open to new members and new ideas and are confident in our ability to combine our individual skills to accomplish our research goals.
Kizzy Parks, Iris Riviera, Albert Marillo, Candice Nieves, Lauren Bresnahan. Jaclyn Pittman, Charlene Bogle, Patrice Reid, Julie Warren & Lisa Steelman.
Publications and Presentations
Morris, K., Nieves, C., Rivera, I., & Reid, P. (2006, February). Does organizational commitment affect motivation to learn in training? Paper to be presented at the Industrial/Organizational Organizational Behavior Conference, George Mason University.
Parks, K., & Steelman, L. (2006, March). Organizational wellness benefits: a caveat. Accepted as a poster presentation at the American Psychological Association, Work, Stress, and Health 2006: Making a Difference in the Workplace Conference. Miami, FL.
Warren, J.A. (2005, February). The effect of delivery medium and feedback sign on feedback seeking. Paper presented at the Industrial/Organizational Organizational Behavior Conference, Florida Institute of Technology.
Parks (2005, April) New Ways to Create Interactive Learning in the Classroom (Creating an Interactive Online Community) was presented as a symposium at the Annual Conference for the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.
Parks (2005, January). Success Online Teaching. Poster presented at the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology Conference. St. Petersburg Beach, FL
Murillo, A.G., & Steelman, L.A., (2004, November). Antecedents and consequences of team member exchange. In Uhl-Bien (Chair) Fair Play: New Applications of TMX. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Southern Management Association, San Antonio, TX
Parks, K.M., & Steelman, L.A. (2004, April). Organizational wellness programs: A meta-analysis. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
Rutkowski, K.A., Steelman, L.A., & Griffith, R.L. (2004, April). An empirical examination of accountability for performance development. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.
Kung, M, & Steelman, L.A. (2003, April). A cross cultural study in feedback-seeking. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando, Florida.
Rutkowski, K.A., & Steelman, L.A. (2005). Testing a Path Model for Antecedents of Accountability. Journal of Managerial Development, 24(5), 473-486.
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