Krista L. Ratwani – Additional Publications
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Orvis, K. L., Ruark, G., Engel, K. L., & Ratwani, K. L. (2010). Training Leaders on Emotion Management Skills: Challenges in Designing a Blended Learning Program. Symposium conducted at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Ratwani, K. L., Orvis, K. L., & Knerr, B. (2010b). An evaluation of game-based training effectiveness: Context matters. Proceedings of the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). Arlington, VA: NDIA. Nominee for Best Paper – Training Division
Ratwani, K. L., Orvis, K. L., & Knerr, B. W. (2010a). Game-based training effectiveness evaluation in an operational setting. ARI Study Report 2010-02, Arlington, VA.
Ratwani, K. L., Zaccaro, S. J., Garven, S., & Geller, D. S. (2010). The role of developmental social networks in effective leader self-learning processes. In M. G. Rothstein & R. J. Burke (Eds.), Self-management and leadership development (pp. 395-426). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Ruark, G., Orvis, K. L., & Langkamer, K. L. (2010). Trust as defined by U.S. Army Soldiers. Proceedings of the \Human Factors Ergonomic Society.
Engel, K., Langkamer, K. L., Estock, J. L., Orvis, K., Salas, E., Bedwell, W. L., & Conkey, C. (2009). Investigating the effectiveness of game-based approaches to training. Proceedings of the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). Arlington, VA: NDIA.
Engel, K., Langkamer, K., Kaplan, S., Cortina, J., Ruark, G. A., Hu, X., & Gilrane, V. (2009). Emotion management and the role of military leaders. In K.L. Orvis (Co-Chair) & M. R. Zbylut (Co-Chair), Military influence: From theory to application. Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Gessner, T. L., Langkamer, K. L., & Klimoski, R. J. (2008). Research designs for assessing group learning. In V. I. Sessa & M. London (Eds.), Work Group Learning: Understanding, Improving, and Assessing how Groups Learn in Organizations (pp. 391-420). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Langkamer, K. L. (2008). Variety is the spice of life: The importance of experiential variety to leader self-development. In K. A. Orvis & K. L. Langkamer, Toward a comprehensive understanding of employee self-development: Key antecedents and consequences. Symposium conducted at the 2008 Academy of Management Conference: Anaheim, CA.
Langkamer, K. L., & Ervin, K. S. (2008) Psychological climate, commitment, and morale: Effects on Army Captains’ career intentions. Military Psychology, 20(4), 219-236.