CURRICULUM VITA

 

Jeffrey C. Lewis

 

Pitzer College, 1050 N. Mills Ave., Claremont, CA91711

Phone: (909) 607-3069

E-Mail: jeff_lewis@pitzer.edu†††† Web Page: www.pitzer.edu/~jlewis

 

Education

 

†††† B.A.: Interpersonal Communications, University of California, Los Angeles, magna cum laude, 1982

 

†††† Ph.D.: Experimental Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1993

 

Dissertation

 

†††† Perceived control and interpersonal reactivity: Beliefs as moderators of control cognitions and motives.Committee Chairperson: Dr. Daphne B. Bugental

 

Honors

 

†††† Phi Beta Kappa

†††† University of California Regents' Fellowship, 1984-1985, 1989

 

Professional Activities

 

Director, Center for the Study of Shared Leadership and Community Action, 2002-03 (funded through Karsten Foundation Grant for the study of Shared Leadership; P.I.- Jeffrey Lewis).

Board of Directors, Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, 1997-2000.

††† Webmaster, Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, 1999-2005.

††††††††††† Web sites created and maintained: www.obts.org, www.obtc.org, www.jmeweb.org .

†††† Editorial Board, Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 1997-2002.

†††† Reviewer - Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Child Development, Development and Psychopathology, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Management Education, Sociological Perspectives, Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Society for Research in Child Development Conference, International Congress of Applied Psychology.

 

Grant Supported Research/Technical Reports

 

Garst, J., Winick, M., & Lewis, J. C. (2002). Math Practice, Policy & Instruction for Grades 4-8.Surveys for administrators, principals and teachers.

 

Garst, J., Winick, M., & Lewis, J. C. (2001). The Reading metric: A Survey of Practice, Policy & Instruction.Surveys for administrators, principals and teachers.

 

Lewis, J. C., Winick, M. B., & Toenjes, L. A. (2005). Study of Mathematics Practice, Policy and Instruction in the Richardson Independent School District. Project funded by Texas Instruments, Inc.

 

Lewis, J. C., & Winick, M. B. (2006). Continued Study of Mathematics Practice, Policy and Instruction in the Richardson Independent School District. Project funded by Texas Instruments, Inc.

 

Toenjes, L. A., Lewis, J. C. & Winick, M. B. (2005). Identifying Components of Effective Mathematics Programs.Final ReportóR215U010023 as part of a NIH federal grant to Douglas Carnine at The University of Oregon.

 

The below listed reports to individual schools and district offices, where noted, support testing of the SLES long form.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. C. (2002). Stakeholder Perceptions of Important School Characteristics, 1997-2002. A Technical Report Prepared for the Ontario-Montclair School District Office. Individual site reports to 25 elementary and 6 middle schools.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J.(2001). Report on the Student Learning Environment for Bancroft Middle School. Analysis of Race Relations, Time in District, Drug Use and Grade Level Variables.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. (1998a). Report on the Student Learning Environment at Snowline Joint Unified School District.Reports to 12 site based management teams at SJUSD elementary, middle and secondary schools.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. (1998b). Report on the Student Learning Environment for the Ontario-Montclair School District.Individual performance reports to 25 elementary and 6 middle junior high schools.District wide performance report to the Deputy Superintendent.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. (1998c). Report on the Student Learning Environment at River Delta Unified School District.Reports to 11 site based management teams at River Delta School District elementary and secondary schools, Sacramento County.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. (1996a). Report on the Student Learning Environment at River Delta Unified School District.Reports to 11 site based management teams at River Delta School District elementary and secondary schools, Sacramento County.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. (1996b). Report on the Student Learning Environment for King Avenue Elementary.Report to the principal of King Avenue Elementary, Sacramento County.

 

Winick, M. B., Lewis, J. & Matter, R. (1996). Report on the Student Learning Environment.Full assessment of multi-cultural conditions and analysis of the Redlands Unified School District ninth grade and the high school campuses.Site reports to each campus and the superintendent.

Publications

 

Bugental, D. B., Blue, J., & Lewis, J. (1990).Caregiver cognitions as moderators of affective reactions to "difficult" children: Implications for child abuse. Developmental Psychology, 26, 631-638.

 

Bugental, D. B., & Lewis, J. C. (1999). The paradoxical misuseof power by those who see themselves as Powerless: How does it happen? Journal of Social Issues, 55 (1), 51-64.

 

Bugental, D. B., & Lewis, J. C. (1998).Interpersonal power repair in response to threats to control from dependent others.In M. Kofta, G. Weary, & G. Sedek (Eds.), Personal control in action: Cognitive and motivational mechanisms (pp. 341-362).New York: Plenum Press.

 

Bugental, D. B., Lewis, J. C., Lin, E., Lyon, J., & Kopeikin, H. (1999).In charge but not in control: The management of authority-based relationships by those with low perceived power. Developmental Psychology, 35, 1367-1378.

 

Bugental, D. B., Mantyla, S. M., & Lewis, J. (1989).Parental attributions as moderators of affective communication to "abuse-eliciting" children.In D. Cicchetti, & V. Carlson (Eds.), Current research and theoretical advances in child maltreatment, (pp. 254-279). New York: Cambridge University Press.

 

Lewis, J. C. (1989).Speech to children at risk for abuse: An acoustical analysis.Santa Barbara, CA: University of California (ERIC Document Reproduction Services No. ED 306 039).

 

Lewis, J. C., Bugental, D. B., & Fleck, K. (1991).Beliefs as moderators of reactions to computer-simulated responsive and unresponsive children.Social Cognition, 9, 277-293.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. C."Student Learning Environment Survey for Elementary School Support Staff", 1996, 1999, 2000.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. C. "Student Learning Environment Survey for Parents of Elementary School Students", (English, Spanish & Vietnamese), 1996, 1999, 2000.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. C. "Student Learning Environment Survey for Elementary School Certificated Staff", 1996, 1999, 2000.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. C. "Student Learning Environment Survey for Elementary School Administrators", 1999, 2000.

 

Winick, M. B., & Lewis, J. C. "Student Learning Environment Survey for Elementary School Students", (English & Spanish), 1996, 1999, 2000.

 

Presentations

 

Boyle, N., & Lewis, J. (1996).Connecting the World-Wide-Web to your classroom:What it takes, what it adds, and what do we need to make sense of it all.Paper presentation at the Western Organization and Management Teaching Conference, March 8-9, California Polytechnical University, Pomona, CA.

 

Brown, H., & Lewis, J. (1999). Students abroad: An applied setting to study stress, learned helplessness and coping. Paper presented at the convention of the Western Psychological Association, April 29-May 2, Irvine, CA.

 

Bugental, D. B., & Lewis, J. C. (1991).Computer simulated child behavior as an elicitor of adult reactions.Presentation at the convention of the Society for Research in Child Development, April 18-21, Seattle, WA.

 

Bugental, D. B., & Lewis, J. C. (1988).A social psychological model of child abuse.Conference on Affect and Motivation, Nags Head, NC.

 

Chicoine, D. F., & Lewis J. C. (1995).Developing a prosodic quality measure: A replication and extension.Paper presentation at the convention of the Western Psychological Association, March 30-April 2, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Fornaciari, C. J., & Lewis, J. C. (2000). Does my web site suck? Or, How can I make my web pages more effective?Presentation at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, June 7-10, State University of West Geogia, Carrollton, GA.

 

Lewis, J. (2001). E-Media Resources Management. Pre-Conference Panel (Panel Organizer: C. B. Wankel), Management Educations Division, at the convention of the Academy of Management, August 3-8, Washington, DC.

 

Lewis, J. C. (1999). Attributional Processes and Outcomes in Various Social Domains. Symposium at the convention of the Western Psychological Association, April 29-May 2, Irvine, CA.

 

Lewis, J. C. (1998).The Social Psychology of Organizations.Symposium Chair, Paper Symposia at the convention for the International Association of Applied Psychology, August 9-12, San Francisco, CA.

 

Lewis, J. (1995).Should we be trying to empower our students?Presentation at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, June 21-24, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL.

 

Lewis, J. (1995).What does democracy have to do with my classroom?Catalyst Session presentation at the OrganizationalBehavior Teaching Conference, June 21-24,Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL.

 

Lewis, J. (1994).Caregiver attributions as moderators of reactions to behavior.Presentation at the Developmental Brown-Bag series, University of California, Riverside, February 28th, Riverside, CA.

 

Lewis, J. C. (1993).Beliefs as Moderators of control cognitions, motives, and behavior during a training task.Presentation at the Seminar for the Interdisciplinary Graduate program in Human Development, University of California, Santa Barbara, October 18th, Santa Barbara, CA.

 

Lewis, J. C. (1993).Life Beyond Graduate School: Reactions of recent graduates.Panel Presentation at the Post-conference session of the 1993 SESP conference, University of California, Santa Barbara, October 17th, Santa Barbara, CA.

 

Lewis, J. (1992).Attributions as moderators of speech exhibited during a training task.Poster presentation at the convention of the Western Psychological Association, April 25-28, Portland, OR.

 

Lewis, J. (1990).Caregiver beliefs and acoustical signs of stress in speech.Poster presentation at the convention of the Western Psychological Association, April 26-29, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Lewis, J. C. (1989).Speech to children at risk for abuse: An acoustical analysis.Poster presentation at the convention of the Society for Research in Child Development, April 27-30, Kansas City, MO.

 

Lewis, J., & Bugental, D. B. (1990).Beliefs as moderators of affect and information processing strategies.Poster presentation at the convention of the American Psychological Society, June 7-10, Dallas, TX.

 

Lewis, J., & Jim J. (1998).Measuring Organizational Attributions regarding Interactional Outcomes. Poster presentation at the convention of the American Psychological Society, May 21-24, Washington, DC.

 

Lewis, J., Pitts, B. M., & Catlin, L. B. (1993).Teaching research methods in OB: Promises, pitfalls and alternatives.Paper presentation at the convention of the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society, June 9-12, Bucknell University, Bucknell, PA.

 

Lewis, J., Skelly, J. J., & Bugental, D. B. (1989).Parental expectations of interactional outcomes: Perceived attributional styles.Poster presentation at the convention of the Western Psychological Association, April 27-30, Reno, NV.

 

Lewis, J., & Winick, M. (1996).Where do Non-Traditional Management Professors fit in at the Academy?Caucus session at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, August 9-14, Cincinnati, OH.

 

Lewis, J. C., & Winick, M. B. (2003). Predicting school performance from characteristics of the learning environment. Poster presentation at the convention of the Western Psychological Association, May, Vancover, BC, Canada.

 

Lewis, J. C., Winick, M. B., & The Pulliam Group (2003). Factors and Practices related to External Evaluator Success in Californiaís II/USP. Presentation at the convention of the California Educational Research Association, November, San Francisco, CA.

 

McCarthy, A., Lewis, J., Egri, C., Dowd, J., Coombs, G. (1995).Bloopers and blunders in the classroom.Presentation at the OrganizationalBehavior Teaching Conference, June 21-24,Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL.

 

Winick, M. & Lewis, J.(1998). The use and misuse of surveys in schools.Presentation at the Superintendentís retreat, San Bernardino County School District, June 25-26, Palm Springs, CA.

 

Winick, M. & Lewis, J.(1998).SLES Survey results for the Snowline JUSD.Presentation at the Snowline Joint Unified School District School Board meeting, October 13th, Snowline, CA.

 

Winick, M., & Lewis, J. (1997). Consumerism, Culture, and Organizational Behavior: Exploring the Global Emergence of Desire in an introductory class.Presentation at the OrganizationalBehavior Teaching Conference, June 11-14, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.

 

Winick, M., & Lewis, J. (1996). Connecting students with organizational life: Identifying available links and developing new ones.Presentation at the OrganizationalBehavior Teaching Conference, June 5-8, Keene State College, Keene, NH.

 

Teaching Experience

 

Associate Professor, Pitzer College, 1996-Present; Assistant Professor, 1990-1996. Courses developed:†††

†††† Experimental Social Psychology
†††† Group Processes

†††† History and Systems

†††† Human Resource Management and Organizational Analysis

†††† Intercultural Communications

†††† Introduction to Psychology

†††† Organizational Behavior

†††† Psychology and the Law

†††† Research Methods

†††† Seminar in Human Communication

†††† Seminar in Organizational Communication

†††† Seminar in Nonverbal Communication

†††† Seminar in Social Psychology: Social Cognition

†††† Social Psychology

†††† Speech Perception

†††† Teaching Neuroscience

†††† The Nature of Work

Adjunct Faculty Member, Claremont Graduate School, 2001-present. Courses developed:

†††† The Virtual Workplace

†††† Organizational Theory and School Dynamics

 

Visiting Assistant Professor, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1994-1997.Courses developed:

†††† Cognitive Psychology

†††† Industrial/Organizational Psychology

†††† Introduction to Psychology

 

Visiting Lecturer, Pomona College, 1989, 1991, 1999-2000.Courses developed:

†††† Psychological Approaches to the Study of People

 

Visiting Lecturer, 1989-1990; Visiting Assistant Professor, 1992, Scripps College.Courses developed:

†††† Child Development

†††† Human Communications

†††† Introduction to Psychology

†††† Personality

 

Lecturer, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1987-1988.Courses developed:

†††† Child Development

†††† Cognitive Development

†††† Developmental Psychology (Lifespan)

 

References

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