faculty-profile

Dr. Richard Reilly

EMERITUS PROFESSOR
Building: Babbio Center
Room: 429A
Phone: 201.216.5383
Fax: 201.216.8182
Email: rreilly@stevens.edu
School:  Howe School of Technology Management
Department:  Master of Technology Management
Education
  • Ph.D. (Organizational Psychology) University of Tennessee
  • BS Fordham University
Research
  • Team effectiveness in New Product Development and other projects.
  • Employee assessment, feedback and selection.
  • Individual differences in group and team performance.
General Information
Before joining Stevens he was a research psychologist for Bell Telephone Laboratories, (1969-70) the Educational Testing Service (1970-76) and AT&T (1976-1982)
Honors & Awards
  • Fellow of APA, APS & SIOP
Professional Societies
  • American Psychological Society
  • Academy of Management
Selected Publications
Conference Proceedings
  1. Sobel Lojeski, K., Reilly, R.. (Jan 3, 2007). "Multitasking and Innovation in Virtual Teams", Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
  2. Ryan, M. & Reilly, R.. (Jul 2007). "Ambassadorial Leadership: A Pilot Study of a Model for Leading Virtual Teams", Conference on Virtualization and Virtuality, Portland, Oregon.
  3. Aronson,Z., Reilly, R.. (2005). "Personality Validity: The role of schemas and motivated reasoning", Society For Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, Los Angeles , CA.
Books
  1. Sobel Lojeski, K., Reilly, R.R.. (2007). "Virtual Distance: A Key to Understanding Virtual Collaboration", Encyclopedia of E-Collaboration, N. Kock.
Report
  1. Maria Yakovleva, Richard R. Reilly, Robert Werko. (2007). "Trust and Organizational Citizenship in Virtual and Co-located Dyads".
  2. Jiyao Chen, Richard R. Reilly, Gary S. Lynn. (Dec 0, 2005). "Uncertainty: Is it a Threat or Opportunity for New Product Development Teams?".
  3. Ryan, Michael R. ; Reilly, Richard R.. (Dec 0, 2006). "Ambassadorial Leadership: A Theoretical Approach to Mediating the Effectiveness of the Virtual Team, Working paper ".
  4. Reilly, Richard R.; Sobel-Lojeski, Karen Ryan, Michael R.. (Dec 0, 2006). "Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Working paper ".
  5. Chen, Jihao; Reilly, Richard R.; Lynn, Gary S.. (Dec 0, 2006). "Uncertainty: Is it a Threat or Opportunity for New Product Development Teams? (included in Institute for the Study for Business Markets working paper series" ".
Journals
  1. Sisco, H., Reilly, R.R.. (2007). "Development and validation of a biodata inventory as an alternative method to measurement of the five factor model", Social Science Journal, in press.
  2. Sisco, H., Reilly, R.R.. (2007). "Five Factor Biodata Inventory: Resistance to Faking", Psychological Reports, in press.
  3. Vasilopoulos, N. L., Dyomina, N. V., Cucina, J. M., Reilly, R. R.. (2006). "Forced-choice personality tests: A measure of personality or cognitive ability?", Human Performance, 19 1750-199.
  4. Reilly, R.R., N. Vasilopoulos & J. Leaman. (2000). "The influence of job familiarity and impression management on self-report measure scale scores and response latencies", Journal of Applied Psychology, 85 50-64.
Courses
  • MGT 680 Organizational Behavior and Theory
  • MGT 718 Multivariate Analysis
  • MGT 719 Research Methods
  • MGT 730 Design and Analysis of Experiments
  • EMT 798 Integration and Application of Technology Management