Linda Pierce

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This endeavor provides a multidisciplinary, multilevel, and multiphasic conceptualization of team adaptation with theoretical roots in the cognitive, human factors, and industrial-organizational psychology literature. Team adaptation and the emergent nature of adaptive team performance are defined from a multilevel, theoretical standpoint. An(More)
The goal of research and development in Information Technology for Leader and Team Learning and Operations is to use what we know from cognitive science and cognitive engineering to increase the readiness and adaptive performance of leaders and teams in real-world missions. Special emphasis is given to preparation and functions in Stability and Support(More)
  • Stephen T Muench, Linda Pierce, Jeff Uhlmeyer, Keith Anderson, Paula J Hammond
  • 2010
The concrete pavements that were originally constructed in Washington State as part of the interstate construction program have performed remarkably well considering the dramatic increase in the anticipated traffic loads. To date, the primary distress on the concrete pavements in Washington State has been in the form of joint faulting (due to lack of dowel(More)
Guided by Orem's self-care deficit nursing theory, the purpose of this descriptive comparative study was to examine the emotional support, physical help, and health of caregivers of stroke survivors. Seventy-three caregivers from the Midwest participated in a parent study that examined their experience of caring during the first 12 months after stroke.(More)
The U.S. Army is striving to implement the concept of full spectrum operations in which planning and execution of missions such as peace enforcement, peacekeeping, and humanitarian assistance are fully integrated with major combat operations. These operations, collectively called Stability, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction will involve collaboration(More)
This study investigated the association between self processes and married partners' (N = 59 couples) perspectives of their health-related social interactions. Findings revealed that wives' self processes were associated with their social behavior from the perspective of each partner. The wives' self processes differentially predicted wives' and husbands'(More)
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