Lindsey Greco, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Management 229 Business Building Stillwater Campus 405-744-8634 (Phone) Curriculum vitae / Résumé

Lindsey M. Greco is an Assistant Professor in the Management Department of Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. Her interests include counterproductive work behavior, social identity at work, and research methods; her research currently appears in the Journal of Applied Psychology and The Leadership Quarterly.


Ph D, University of IowaBusiness Administration2016
MA, Western Kentucky UniversityIndustrial/Organizational Psychology2011
BS, University of GeorgiaPsychology2007


M. Kraimer, Lindsey M. Greco, L. Seibert & L. Sargent. "An investigation of Academic Career success: The new tempo of academic life.". Academy of Management Journal, (Forthcoming).

Lindsey M. Greco, S. D. Brown & K. G. Brown. "Trading off learning and performance: Exploration and exploitation at work.". Human Resource Management Review. (Forthcoming).

Lindsey M. Greco, E.H. O'Boyle, B.S. Cockburn & Z. Yuan. (2017). "Meta‐Analysis of Coefficient Alpha: A Reliability Generalization Study". Journal of Management Studies,

S.D. Charlier, G. L. Stewart, Lindsey M. Greco & C.J. Reeves. (2016). "Emergent leadership in virtual teams: A multilevel investigation of communication and team configuration antecedents". The Leadership Quarterly. 27 (5), 745-764.

Lindsey M. Greco, E.H. O'Boyle & S.L. Walter. (2015). "Absence of malice: A meta-analysis of nonresponse bias in counterproductive work behavior research". Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 75-97.

S.D. Charlier, G.W. Giumetti, C.J. Reeves & Lindsey M. Greco. (2015). "Workplace Cyberdeviance. In G. Hertel, D. Stone, R. Johnson, & J. Passmore (Eds.) Handbook of the Psychology of the Internet @ Work". Wiley/Blackwell.

E.L. Shoenfelt, Lindsey M. Greco, A.L. Meador, D.M. Normansell & J.T. Tucker. (2011). "Identifying and developing adaptive expertise for LDAC in Army ROTC Cadets". Proceedings of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. , 44-45.