Industrial and Organizational Psychology: leadership, team dynamics, and multiteam systems (MTSs)
Elisa Torres is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program. She received her B.S. in Psychology and her B.B.A. in Management from Eastern Michigan University, and M.S. degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from San Diego State University. She is currently working under Dr. Stephen Zaccaro, where she is conducting research focusing on 1) leadership development, and 2) team dynamics and leadership within multiteam systems (MTS). Additionally, Elisa is currently a graduate research assistant on an Army Research Institute funded leadership development project led by Dr. Zaccaro. Prior to starting her doctoral education, she worked on several NIH funded projects examining organizational factors that impact the implementation of evidence-based practices in allied health setting (e.g., mental health, child welfare, and substance abuse treatment).
Zaccaro, S. J., Torres, E. M. +, Dubrow, S+. & Campbell, L. (2020). Multiteam systems: An integrative review and comparison of different forms. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology & Organizational Behavior, 7, 479-503.
+ indicates equal contribution
Farahnak, L. R., Ehrhart, M. G., Torres, E. M., & Aarons, G. A. (2020). The influence of transformational leadership and leader attitudes on subordinate attitudes and implementation success. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies 27(1), 98-111.
PSYC 301: Research Methods Lab
PSYC 231: Social Psychology
B.S. in Psychology & B.B.A. in Management: Eastern Michigan University
M.S. in Industrial & Organizational Psychology: San Diego State University