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Peer Reviewed Journal Publications (total: 53; citations: 4003; h-index: 33; i10-index: 51; i100-index: 10)

** denotes current or former PhD advisee; * denotes current or former student

 

**Lovelace, J., **Neely, B., **Allen, J., & Hunter, S. T.  (2019). Charismatic, ideological, and pragmatic (CIP) leadership:  A critical review and agenda for future research.  The Leadership Quarterly

 

*Starkey, E. M., *Alzayed, M. A., Hunter, S. T., & Miller, S. R. (2019).  Dissection versus incubation:  The within-subject effects of product dissection activities on design variety.  Journal of Mechanical Design, 142.

 

*Alzayed, M. A., McComb, C., Hunter, S. T., & Miller, S. R. (2019). Expanding the Solution Space in Engineering Design Education: A Simulation-Based Investigation of Product Dissection. Journal of Mechanical Design141(3)

 

*Ahmed, F., *Ramachandran, S. K., Fuge, M., Hunter, S. T., & Miller, S. (2019). Interpreting Idea Maps: Pairwise comparisons reveal what makes ideas novel. Journal of Mechanical Design141(2)

 

Hunter, S. T., Shortland, N., **Crayne, M., & Ligon, G. S. (2018).  Recruitment and selection in violent extremist organizations:  Exploring what industrial and organizational psychology might contribute.  American Psychologist.

 

**Crayne, M. & Hunter, S. T. (2018).  Historiometry in organizational science:  Renewed attention for an established research method.  Organizational Research Methods.  

 

*Starkey, E. M., Hunter, S. T., & Miller, S. R. (2019). Are Creativity and Self-Efficacy at Odds? An Exploration in Variations of Product Dissection in Engineering Education. Journal of Mechanical Design141(1).

 

*Follmer, K., **Neely, B., Jones, K., & Hunter, S. T. (2018).  To lead is to err:  The mediating role of attribution in the relationship of leader error and leader ratings”.  The Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 26, 18-31

 

**Gutworth, M. B., **Cushenbery, L. D., & Hunter, S. T. (2018).  Creativity for deliberate harm:  Malevolent creativity and social information processing theory.  Journal of Creative Behavior, 52, 305-322

 

*Starkey, E. M., Miller, S., & Hunter. S. T. (2018).  Piecing together product dissection:  How dissection conditions impact student learning and cognitive load.  Journal of Mechanical Design, 140.

 

Sadler, A. G., Lindsay, D., Hunter, S. T., & Day, D. V. (2018). The impact of leadership on sexual harassment and assault in the military.  Military Psychology, 30, 252-263.

 

*Starkey, E. M., *McKay, A. S., Hunter, S. T., & Miller, S. R. (2017). Dissecting creativity: How dissection virtuality, analogical distance, and product complexity impact creativity and self-efficacy. Design Computing and Cognition, 59-77.

 

Hunter, S. T., **Cushenbery, L., & **Jayne, B. (2017).  Why dual leaders will drive innovation.  Resolving the exploration and exploitation dilemma with a conservation of resources solution.  Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38, 1183-1195.

 

**Gutworth, M. B., & Hunter, S. T. (2017).  Ethical saliency:  Deterring deviance in creative individuals.  Psychology of aesthetics, creativity, and the arts, 11, 428 – 439.

 

Hunter, S. T., & **Cushenbery, L. (2015).  Is being a jerk necessary for originality?  Examining the role of disagreeableness in the sharing and utilization of original ideas.  Journal of Business and Psychology, 30, 621-639.

 

Litzinger, T., Zappe, S., Hunter, S. T., & Mena, I. (2015).  Increasing integration of the creative process across engineering curricula.  International Journal of Engineering Education, 31, 335 – 340.

 

**Neely, B. & Hunter, S. T. (2014).  In a discussion on invisible disabilities, let us not lose sight of employees on the autism spectrum.  Industrial and Organizational Psychology:  Perspectives on Science and Practice, 7, 274-277.

 

**Fairchild, J. & Hunter, S. T. (2014).  “We’ve got creative differences”:  The interaction of conflict and participative safety on design originality.  Journal of Creative Behavior, 38, 64-87.

 

**Parr, A. D., & Hunter, S. T. (2014).  Enhancing work outcomes of employees with autism spectrum disorder through leadership.   Autism:  International Journal of Research and Practice, 18, 545-554.

 

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

 

**Parr, A. D., Hunter, S. T., & Ligon, G. (2013).  Transformational leadership and employees with autism:  A critical examination of universal applicability.  The Leadership Quarterly, 24, 608-622.

 

Gill, P., Horgan, J., Hunter, S. T., & **Cushenbery, L. (2013).  Malevolent creativity in terrorist organizations.  Journal of Creative Behavior, 47, 125-151.

 

Hunter, S. T., **Cushenbery, L., **Fairchild, J. & Boatman, J. (2012).  Partnerships in leading for innovation:  A dyadic approach to collective leadership.  Industrial and Organizational Psychology:  Perspectives on Science and Practice, 5, 427-430.

 

Ligon, G. S., Harris, D., & Hunter, S. T.  (2012).  Quantifying the lives of Osama bin Laden, Idi Amin, and Bill Belichick:  What historiometric approaches can tell us about outstanding leadership.  Leadership Quarterly, 23, 1104-1133.

 

McCarthy, A., Cleveland, J. Hunter, S. T., Darcy, C., & Grady, G. (2012).  Employee work-life balance outcomes in Ireland:  A multilevel investigation of supervisory support and perceived organizational support.  International Journal of Human Resource Management, 10, 1-20.

 

Hunter, S. T. (2012).  Leadership, ethics, and identity:  What did we learn, and where do we go from here?  Journal of Business Ethics, 107, 79-87.

 

**Thoroughgood, C.N., Padilla, A., Tate, B. W., & Hunter, S. T. (2012). The susceptible circle: A taxonomy of “dark” followers associated with destructive leaders. The Leadership Quarterly, 23, 897-917.

 

Hunter, S. T., **Cushenbery, L., & Friedrich, T. (2012).  Hiring an innovative workforce:  A necessary yet uniquely challenging endeavor.  Human Resource Management Review, 22, 302-322

 

**Thoroughgood, C.N., *Sawyer, K.B., & Hunter, S.T. (2012). Real men don’t make mistakes:  Investigating the effects of leader gender, error type, and the nature of the task on leader error perceptions. Journal of Business & Psychology, 23, 1-18.

 

Hunter, S. T., & **Cushenbery, L. (2011).  Leading for innovation:  Direct and indirect influences.  Advances in Developing Human Resources, 13, 248-265.

 

Hunter, S. T., *Tate, B. W., *Dzieweczynski, J., & Bedell-Avers, K. E. (2011).  Leaders make mistakes:  A multilevel consideration of why.  The Leadership Quarterly, 22, 239-258.

 

Hunter, S. T., **Cushenbery, L., **Thoroughgood, C. N., & Ligon, G. S.  (2011). First and Ten Leadership:  A historiometric investigation of the CIP leadership model. The Leadership Quarterly, 22, 70-91.

 

**Thoroughgood, C., Hunter, S. T., & *Sawyer, K., (2011).  Bad apples, bad barrels, and broken followers:  An empirical examination of contextual influences on follower perceptions and reactions to aversive leadership.  Journal of Business Ethics, 100(4), 647-672.

 

Hunter, S. T., **Thoroughgood, C., *Myer, A., & Ligon, G. S. (2011). Managing the paradoxes of leading for innovation. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 5, 54-66.

 

Ligon, G. S., & Hunter, S. T. (2010).  Putting the development into experiential developmentIndustrial and Organizational Psychology:  Perspectives on Science and Practice, 3, 28-32.

 

Leicht, R., Hunter, S. T., Saluja, C., & Messner, J.I. (2010).  Implementing observational research methods to study team performance in construction.  Journal of Construction and Engineering Management, 136, 76-86.

 

Willis, D. E., Barton, R. W., Simpson, T. W., Purao, S., & Hunter, S. T. (2009).  Mapping design domains, bridging design cultures.  Journal of Mechanical Design, 131, 1-2.

 

Bedell, K. E., Hunter, S. T., & Mumford, M. D. (2009).  Charismatic, ideological, and pragmatic leaders:  An examination of leader-leader interactions.  Leadership Quarterly, 20, 299-315.

 

Hunter, S. T., Bedell-Avers, K. E., & Mumford, M.D. (2009).  Impact of situational framing and complexity on charismatic, ideological and pragmatic leaders:  Investigation using a computer simulation. The Leadership Quarterly, 20, 383-404.

 

Mumford, M. D., Hunter, S. T., & Byrne, C. (2009).  What is a fundamental?  The role of cognition and creativity in innovation.  Industrial and Organizational Psychology:  Perspectives on Science and Practice, 2, 353-356.

 

Mumford, M.D., Bedell, K. E., Hunter, S. T., Espejo, J. E., Eubanks, D., & Connelly, S. (2008).  Violence in ideological and non-Ideological groups:  A quantitative analysis of qualitative data.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38, 1521-1561.

 

Ligon, G. S., Hunter, S. T., & Mumford, M. D. (2008).  Development of outstanding leadership:  A life narrative approach.  Leadership Quarterly, 19, 312-334.

 

Bedell, K. E., Hunter, S. T., & Mumford, M. D. (2008).  Problem-solving tactics of charismatic, ideological and pragmatic leaders:  A comparative experimental study.  Leadership Quarterly, 19, 89-106.

 

Hunter, S. T., Bedell, K. E., Ligon, G. S., Hunsicker, C. M. & Mumford, M. D. (2008).  Applying multiple knowledge structures in creative thought:  Effects on idea generation and problem-solving.  Creativity Research Journal, 20, 137-154.

 

Hunter, S. T., Bedell-Avers, K. E., & Mumford, M. D. (2007).  The typical leadership study:  Assumptions, implications, and potential remedies.  The Leadership Quarterly, 18, 435-446.

 

Mumford, M. D., Hunter, S. T., Eubanks, D. L., Bedell, K. E., & Murphy, S. T. (2007).   Developing leaders for creative efforts:  A domain-based approach to leadership development.  Human Resource Management Review, 17, 402-417.

 

Mumford, M. D., Espejo, J., Hunter, S. T., Bedell, K. E., Eubanks, D. L., & Connelly, S. (2007).  The sources of leader violence:  A multi-level comparison of ideological and non-ideological leaders.  The Leadership Quarterly, 18, 217-235.

 

Hunter, S. T., Bedell, K. E., & Mumford, M. D. (2007).  Climate for creativity:  A quantitative review.  Creativity Research Journal, 19, 69-90.

 

Hunter, S. T., Bedell, K. E., & Mumford, M. D. (2006).  Dimension of creative climate:  A general taxonomy.  International Journal of Creativity and Problem Solving, 15, 97-116.

 

Greer, T., Dunlap, W. P., & Hunter, S. T. (2006).  The effects of skew on internal consistency.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 1351-1358.

 

Bedell, K. E., Hunter, S. T., Angie, A. D., Vert, A. (2006).  A historiometric examination of Machiavellianism and a new taxonomy of Leadership.  Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 12, 50-72.

 

Hunter, S. T., Friedrich, T. L. Bedell, K. E., & Mumford, M. D. (2006).  Creative thought in real world innovation.  International Journal of Management, 1, 29-39.

 

Mumford, M. D., Connelly, S., Scott, G., Espejo, J., Sohl, L. M., Hunter, S. T., & Bedell, K.E. (2005).  Career experiences and scientific performance:  A study of social, physical, life, and health sciences. Creativity Research Journal17, 105-129.

 

Books

 

Mumford, M. D., Hunter, S. T., & Bedell, K. E. (2008).  Research in Multi-level Issues: A Focus on Innovation. Vol. VII.  Oxford, England:  Elsevier.

 

Hunter, S. T. & Lovelace, J. B. (forthcoming 2020).  Multiple pathways to outstanding leadership:  Revisiting CIP theory.  Taylor Francis.

 

Book Chapters (total: 31)

 

Hunter, S. T., & **Lovelace, J. B. (in press).  Revising and extending the CIP theory.  In S. T. Hunter and J.B. Lovelace (Eds.).  Multiple Pathways to outstanding leadership:  Revisiting CIP Theory.  Taylor Francis. 

 

**Lovelace, J.B., Hunter, S. T., & Neely, B. N. (in press).  A new measure of CIP:  An initial investigation.  (in press).  In S. T. Hunter and J.B. Lovelace (Eds.).  Multiple Pathways to outstanding leadership:  Revisiting CIP Theory.  Taylor Francis. 

 

**Allen, J., **Neely, B., **Lovelace, J.B., & Hunter, S. T. (in press).  Foundations of CIP:  An Overview.  (in press). In S. T. Hunter and J.B. Lovelace (Eds.).  Multiple Pathways to outstanding leadership:  Revisiting CIP Theory.  Taylor Francis. 

 

Hunter, S. T., & **Lovelace, J. B. (in press).  Conclusions.  In S. T. Hunter and J.B. Lovelace (Eds.).  Multiple Pathways to outstanding leadership:  Revisiting CIP Theory.  Taylor Francis. 

 

**Allen, J. B., **Walters, K., & Hunter, S. T. (in press).  Mentors and creativity.  (in press).  In M. Runco (Ed).  Encyclopedia of Creativity.

 

**Heinen, R. L., **Nguyen, T. L., & Hunter, S. T. (in press).  Knowledge and creativity.  (in press).  In M. Runco (Ed). Encyclopedia of Creativity.

 

Hunter, S. T., Farr, J. L., **Heinen, R. L., & **Allen, J. (in press).  Integrating creative climate and creative problem solving.  In M. D. Mumford (Ed.).  Creativity and Innovation in Organizations.

 

Hunter, S. T., **Allen, J., **Heinen, R., & **Cushenbery, L. (2018). Proposing a Multiple Pathway Approach to leading innovation:  Single and dual leader approaches.  In R. Reiter-Palmon and J. Kaufman (Eds.). Individual creativity in the workplace.

 

Hunter, S. T., **Neely, B., & **Gutworth, M.G. (2017).  Selecting for innovation and team membership:  A flexible approach grounded in diversity.  In R. Reiter-Palmon (Ed.).  Handbook of team creativity. 

 

**Lovelace, J. B., **Neely, B. H., **Jayne, B. S., & Hunter, S. T. (2017).  All roads lead to Rome:  Navigating the creative process using the CIP model of leadership.  In M.D. Mumford, S. Hemlin, and T. J. Mulhearn (Eds.). Leading for creativity:  Functions, models, and domains. 

 

**Fairchild, J., Eubanks, D. E., & Hunter, S. T. (2016).  Effects of intuition, positive affect, and training on creative problem solving.  In E. G. Carayannis (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, Vol 2.  New York:  Springer Publishing

 

Hunter, S. T., **Gutworth, M., & **Lovelace, J. (2016).  Originality at work.  In Rogelberg (Ed.).  Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2nd Edition.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage.

 

Hunter, S. T. (2016).  Insect creativity as applied to human organizational behavior: A form of social biomimicry.  In A. Kaufman and J. Kaufman (Eds.), Animal Creativity and Innovation. Oxford, England: Elsevier.

 

Hunter, S. T., **Gutworth, M., **Crayne, M., & **Jayne, B. (2015). Planning for Innovation:  The critical role of agility.  In M. D. Mumford and M. Frese (Eds.).  Planning in organizations. NY, NY:  Routledge.

 

**Heinen, R., Leone, S., **Fairchild, J., **Cushenbery, L., & Hunter, S. T. (2015).  Tools for the process:  Technology to support creativity and innovation.  In D. Harrison (Ed).  Handbook of research on digital media and creative technologies.  London, England:  IGI Global.

 

**Fairchild, J., Eubanks, D. E., & Hunter, S. T. (2013).  Effects of intuition, positive affect, and training on creative problem solving.  In E. G. Carayannis (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. New York:  Springer Publishing

 

Hunter, S. T., **Cushenbery, L., **Fairchild, J., & *Ginther, N.  (2014). Leadership, innovation, and technology:  The evolution of the creative process. In S. Hemlin, C.M. Allwood, & M. Mumford (Eds.), Creativity and Leadership in Science, Technology and Innovation. New York: Routledge.