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The challenges of daily work task transitions and their effects on attention (attention residue) and task performance.
The cognitive effects of time pressure when transitioning between tasks.
Temporal perceptions and synchrony in social interactions; effects on evaluation of performance.
Winner of the outstanding paper award - Managerial and Organizational Cognition division, Academy of Management meetings, 2008
One of six finalists for the Newman Award granted to the best paper based on a dissertation. Nominated by the Managerial and Organizational Cognition division of the Academy of Management, 2008
One of five nominees for Best Student Paper Award - Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division, Academy of Management meetings, 2006
Recipient of Nadler Fellowship and other competitively-awarded research funding, NYU/Stern School of Business, 2005
Teaching Excellence Award, NYU/Stern School of Business, 2005
Rhône-Poulenc/Rorer - Aventis (Paris, France) - Research Grant, 1996