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Jeffrey B. Lovelace

Prior Education

M.S., I/O Psychology, Penn State University

B.S., American Politics, United States Military Academy

Advisor Dr. Sam Hunter
Expected Graduation spring 2017

Research Interests

I am broadly interested in leadership. More specifically, I am researching the development of leader prescriptive mental models, the influence of leadership style on subordinate and organizational performance, toxic leadership, and character-based leadership.


*Annotates peer reviewed

Lovelace, J. B., Neely, B. H., Jayne, B. S., & Hunter, S. T. (in press). All roads lead to Rome: Navigating the creative process using the CIP model of leadership.  In M. Mumford & S. Hemlin (eds.), The Handbook of Creative Leadership.

Hunter, S. T., Gutworth, M., & Lovelace, J. B. (in press). Originality. In S. G. Rogelberg (Ed.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2nd ed.).

Kolditz, T. A. & Lovelace, J. B. (2015). Interdisciplinary insights into personal security: An integration. In P. J. Carroll, R. M. Arkin, & A. L. Wichman (eds.), The Handbook of Personal Security (365-374). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

*Olivola, C. Y., Eubanks, D. L., & Lovelace, J. B. (2014). The many (distinctive) faces of leadership: Inferring leadership domain from facial appearance. The Leadership Quarterly, 25, 817-834.

*Lovelace, J. B., & Hunter, S. T. (2013). Charismatic, ideological, and pragmatic leader’s influence on subordinate creative performance along the creative process.  Creativity Research Journal, 25, 59-74.

Lovelace, J. B., Black, L. D., & McCoy, E. A. (eds.) (2013).  PL300 Military Leadership Course Reader. New York, NY:  XanEdu (Jossey-Bass). 

Lovelace, J. B. (2012). An introduction to toxic leadership.  In J. B. Lovelace (ed.), PL300 Military Leadership Course Reader. New York, NY:  XanEdu (Jossey-Bass).

*Gill, P., Horgan, J., & Lovelace, J. (2011). Improvised explosive device: The problem of definition.  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 34:9, 732-748.

Cushenbery, L., & Lovelace, J. (2011). Industrial-Organizational Psychology’s contribution to the fight against terrorism. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 49, 55-59.


*Cushenbery, L., Lovelace, J. B., & Hunter, S. T. (2015). Are jerks more original? Disagreeableness and creative idea expression. Symposium presentation at the 28th annual Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology Conference, Philadelphia.

*Lovelace, J. B. (Chair) (2013). Destructive leadership: A holistic view for minimizing its toxic influence. Symposium presentation at the 26th annual Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology Conference, Houston.

*Lovelace, J. B., Hetrick, A. L., Medeiros, K., & Hunter, S. T. (2012). Leaders influencing creative performance throughout the creative process. Poster presented at the 25th annual Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology Conference, San Diego.

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