Postdoctoral Research Associate of Organizational Behavior
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Lindsay Larson’s research focuses on leading and working in teams in the digital age.
Her teaching interests include teams and leadership.
Dr. Larson is interested in the dynamics and functioning of the people in technologically advanced teams. She examines teams in unique and important contexts, from teams of astronauts, to teams of humans and intelligent technology teammates, to cross-disciplinary innovation teams.
Her current research examines how team processes – such as team cognition – evolve and develop as teams bring artificially intelligent agents onto their organizational teams as a teammates. She also will examine the key factors to success in cross-functional innovation teams.
Her research has been published in The Leadership Quarterly, Organizational Psychology Review, Small Group Research, Career Development International and Acta Astronautica. Her dissertation received an Honorable Mention from the Psych of Tech Institute.
She earned her PhD in media, technology and society at Northwestern University. She received her MS in communication from Northwestern University and her BS in psychology from the University of Florida.