Logan Watts

Email: Logan.Watts@baruch.cuny.edu

Phone: (646) 312-3835

Location: VC 4-292

Webpage: www.leclab.org


BIOGRAPHY

I received my Ph.D. in I/O psychology from the University of Oklahoma and a Master’s degree in I/O psychology from Middle Tennessee State University. My specific research interests lie in three areas—Leadership, Ethics, and Creativity (LEC)—and wherever these areas overlap. With the support of my graduate students and undergraduate research assistants, the LEC Lab is focused on incrementally building knowledge in these areas. Interested in joining the LEC Lab? We’re currently welcoming student applications. Visit our website at www.leclab.org to learn more.

Representative Publications:

Watts, L. L., Ness, A. M., Steele, L. M., & Mumford, M. D. (2017). Learning from stories of leadership: How reading short stories about personalized and socialized politicians impacts performance on an ethical decision-making simulation. The Leadership Quarterly.

Watts, L. L., Mulhearn, T., J., Todd, E. M., & Mumford, M. D. (2017). Leader idea evaluation and follower creativity: Challenges, constraints, and capabilities. In M. D. Mumford and S. Hemlin (Eds.), Handbook of research on leadership and creativity (pp. 82-99). Cheltenham, UK: Elgar.

Watts, L. L., Medeiros, K. E., Mulhearn, T. J., Steele, L. M., Connelly, S., & Mumford, M. D. (2017). Are ethics training programs improving? A meta-analytic review of past and present ethics instruction in the sciences. Ethics & Behavior, 27, 351-384.

Watts, L. L., Steele, L. M., & Song, H. (2017). Re-examining the relationship between need for cognition and creativity: Predicting creative problem solving across multiple domains. Creativity Research Journal, 29, 21-28.

Watts, L. L., & Buckley, M. R. (2015). A dual-processing model of moral whistleblowing in organizations. Journal of Business Ethics. doi:10.1007/s10551-015-2913-9

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