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Matt Cole Bio PicDr. Matthew Cole

Assistant Professor of Management,

Institutional Review Board (IRB) Chair,

Research Support Services Committee (RSSC) Co-Chair

College of Management, M325
Phone: 248.204.3096, Fax: 248.204.3099
mcole@ltu.edu





Education
Honors, Award, and Memberships
Publication
Scholarly Activities (includes grants, conference presentations, etc.)
Courses Taught
Quest and Other Student Projects


Education

Ph.D., 2008, Wayne State University, Cognitive and Social Psychology Across the Lifespan, Advisor: Dr. Ty Partridge.

M.A., 2002, Wayne State University, Biopsychology (minor Pharmaceutical Sciences), Advisor: Dr. Alice M. Young.

M.S., 1999, Eastern Michigan University, Clinical Behavioral Psychology, Advisor:  Dr. Marilyn K. Bonem.

B.S., 1997, Eastern Michigan University, Psychology.

B.M., 1985, Cleveland Institute of Music/Case Western Reserve.


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Honors, Award, and Memberships

·    2011, Dean’s Award For Academic Excellence, Lawrence Technological University College of Arts & Sciences.

·    2008, Graduate Council Best Dissertation Award “Social Sciences” 2006-2008, Wayne State University.

·    2008, Dean’s Award For Teaching Excellence, Lawrence Technological University College of Arts & Sciences.

·    2005, Heberlien Award For Teaching Excellence, Wayne State University, Department of Psychology.

·    2002, NIH Individual Predoctoral National Research Service Award, NIDA, “Investigating The Subjective Effects of Acute Opioid Dependence”.

·    1999, Graduate Dean’s Award for Research Excellence, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.                     

·    1999, ABA Student Committee Paper Contest Winner, Association for Behavior Analysis, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

·    1999, Graduate Student Poster “First Place Award,” Michigan Psychological Association, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

·    1998, Graduate Fellowship, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.

·    1997, Barton Scholarship for Academic Excellence, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.

 

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Publication

15. Konyu-Fogel, G., & Cole, M. (2011). Analyzing the effects of demographic and organizational factors on global mindset of business leaders: An empirical multi-industry study from five continents. The Journal of International Business Research and Practice, 5, 4-35.

14. Sprangel, J., Stavros, J., & Cole, M. (2011). Creating sustainable relationship using SOAR, trust and environmentalism: A research-based case study of program managers and customers in the Hass TCM group. International Journal of Training and Development: Special Issue on Organization Development, 15(1), 39-57.

13. Mitchell, S., Bevans,M., Wehrlen, L., Cole, M., Silverman, L., Prachenko, O., Koklanaris, E., & Wallen, G. (2010). Symptom profiles in survivors of allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (aHSCT). Annals of Behavioral Medicine,38,(Supplement 1), s201.

12. Mitchell, S. A., Hakim, F. T., Baird, K., Mooney, K. H., Rehman, N. K., Dickinson, J., Palit, P., Beck, S. L., Leidy, N. K., Cole, M. L., et al. (2009). Plasma cytokine levels distinguish chronic graft versus host disease (cGVHD) symptom profile groups. Biology of Blood & Marrow Transplantation, 15(2), 118-119.

11. Pendleton, S. M., Stanton, B., Cottrell, L. A., Marshall, S., Pack, R., Burns, J., Gibson, C., Wu, Y., Li, X., & Cole, M. (2007). Teens in the twenty-first century still prefer people over machines: Importance of intervention delivery style in adolescent HIV/STD prevention. Journal of HIV/AIDS Prevention in Children & Youth, 8, 95-115.

10. Cole, M., Stanton, B., Devieaux, L., Harris, C., Lunn, S., Cottrell, L., Clemens, R., Li, X., Marshall, S., & Baine, R. M. (2007). Latent class analysis of risk behaviors among bahamian youth: Relationship between values prioritization and latent class. Social Behavior and Personality, 35, 1061-1076.

 9. Stanton, B., Cole, M., Li, X., Kaljee, L., Galbraith, J., Cottrell, L., & Harris, C. (2007). Prevention and risk reduction among adolescents: A 16 year community-research partnership. In T. C. Rhodes (Ed.), Focus on adolescent behavior research. New York: Nova Publishers.

 8. Yang, H., Stanton, B., Cottrel, L., Kaljee, L., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Cole, M., Harris, C., & Wu, Y. (2006). Parental awareness of adolescent risk involvement: implications of overestimates and underestimates. Journal of Adolescent Health, 39, 353-361.

 7. Stanton, B., Harris, C., Cottrell, L., Li, X., Gibson, C., Guo, J., Pack, R., Galbraith, J., Pendleton, S., Wu, Y., Burns, J., Cole, M., & Marshall, S. (2006). Trial of an urban adolescent sexual risk-reduction intervention for rural youth: A promising but imperfect fit. Journal of Adolescent Health, 38, 55.e25-55.e36.

 6. Kaljee, L, Genberg, B., Riel, R., Cole, M., Huu Tho, L., Thi Kim Thoa, L., Stanton, B., Li, X., & Tan Minh, T. (2005). Effectiveness of a theory-based risk-reduction HIV prevention program for rural Vietnamese adolescents. AIDS Education and Prevention, 17(3),185-199.

 5. Wu, Y., Stanton, B., Li, X., Galbraith, J., & Cole, M. (2005). Protection motivation theory and adolescent drug trafficking: Relationship between health motivation and longitudinal risk involvement. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 30,127-137.

 4. Stanton, B., Guo, J., Cottrell, L., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Gibson, C., Pack, R., Cole, M., Marshall, S., & Harris, C. (2005). The complex business of adapting effective interventions to new populations: An urban to rural transfer. Journal of Adolescent Health, 37(2), 163.e17–163.e26.

 3. Stanton, B., Cole, M., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Wu, Y., & Kaljee, L. (2004). Randomized trial of a parent intervention: Parents can make a difference in long-term adolescent risk behaviors, perceptions and knowledge. Archives of
Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 158,
947-955.

 2. Chen, X., Li, X., Stanton, B., Fang, X., Lin, D., Cole, M., Liu, H., & Yang, H. (2004). Cigarette Smoking Among Rural-to-Urban Migrants in Beijing, China. Preventive Medicine, 39, 666-673.

 1. Cole, M. L., & Bonem, M. K. (2000). The A-B-C’s of smoking cessation: Using behavioral strategies to help undergraduates stop smoking. The Behavior Analyst Today, 4, 89-101.

 
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Scholarly Activities (includes, grant, conference presentations, etc.)

 

Manuscripts Submitted For Publication & In Preparation

Cole, M., & Plowright, P. (2012). Project success in architectural design teams: Influence of team membership, 
personality, cognitive style, and cohesiveness. Manuscript in preparation for submission to Small Group Research.

Chung, C. J., Cartwright, C., & Cole, M. (2011). Assessing the impact of an autonomous robotics competition for STEM 
education. Journal of STEM Education. Manuscript submitted for publication.

 

Conference Presentations

12. Munevar, G., Cole, M., Ye, Y., Yang, Y., & Haccke, M. (2012). fMRI study of self vs. others’ attributions of traits consistent with evolutionary understanding of the self. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Chicago, Illinois.

11. Yono, C. J., Peltier, B. M., & Cole, M. L., (2012). Generalization of acute ethanol withdrawal (“hangover”) to the stimulus effects of pentylenetrazole in a discriminated taste aversion procedure. Poster presented at Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan. Ypsilanti, Michigan.

10. Mitchell, S.A. , Bevans, M., Wehrlen, M., Cole, M., Silverman, L., Prachenko, O., Koklanaris, E., Prince, P., Cook, L., Shelburne, N., Krumlauf, M., Blacklock-Shuver, C., Stewart, D., Fowler, D., Barrett, A. J., & Wallen, G. (2010).
Symptom Profiles in Survivors of Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (aHSCT). Oral paper presented at the 31st Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Seattle, Washington.

 9. Cole, M. L. (2008). Using Blackboard in an Online Course: Examples from an Introductory Psychology Course.
Breakout session paper presented at The Educational Technology Organization of Michigan 2008 Fall Conference. Southfield, Michigan.

 8. Bush, R., Castelli, P., Lowry, P., & Cole, M. L., (2008). Improving teaching presence in a virtual classroom. Paper presented
at Hawaii International Conference on Business. Honolulu, Hawaii.

 7. Bush, R., Castelli, P., Lowry, P., & Cole, M. L., (2008). Improving teaching presence in a virtual classroom. SoTAL
Educational Research, Poster Session Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning, Lawrence Tech, Southfield, Michigan.

 6. Cole, M., Stanton, B., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Summers, Y., Kaljee, L., & Feigelman, S. (2005).
Positive relationship among adolescents between self-efficacy, sexual negotiation skills and protective sexual behaviors.
Poster presented at Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, Georgia.

 5. Cole, M., Stanton, B., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Wu, Y., & Kaljee, L. (2004).
Intervention trial finds parents affect long-term youth risk behaviors, perceptions, and knowledge. Poster presented
at Promoting the Well-Being of Children and Youth in Urban America, Detroit, Michigan. 
 

 4. Cole, M. L., & Young, A. M. (2002). Conditional control of lithium chloride-induced taste aversion by naltrexone
in rats treated with acute doses of morphine
. Poster presented at College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Quebec City, Canada.


 3. Cole, M. L., & Young, A. M. (2001). Discriminative stimulus effects of acute morphine dependence in a discriminated
taste aversion assay: Preliminary results. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience Michigan Chapter, East Lansing, Michigan.

 2. Cole, M. L., &  Bonem,  M. K. (1999). Smoking cessation through functional analysis. Symposium paper presented
at Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, Illinois.

 1. Cole, M. L., &  Bonem,  M. K. (1999).Self-reporting functional relations between substance use and environmental
events. Paper presented at Assocation for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, Illinois.

 

 

Grants Awarded

Lawrence Tech Faculty Seed Grant. “Subjective Effects of Acute and Chronic Ethanol Dependence in Rats.” Matthew
Cole (P.I.), 2011-2012, $3,000.

National Science Foundation (NSF). “Renovation of Lawrence Tech’s Next-Generation Life Science Research Facility.”
Hsiao-Ping Moore (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), Julie Zweisler-Vollick(Co-P.I.), Jeff Morrissette (Co-P.I.), Shannon
Timmons (Co-P.I.), 2010–2012, $1,361,832.

Lawrence Tech Faculty Seed Grant. “An fMRI Study of Self-Knowledge Structures in the Brain.” Matthew Cole (P.I.),
2010-2011, $3,000

Economic Development Administration (EDA). “Feasibility Study  for a Collaborative-Based Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CCIE).” Mark Brucki (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Research Manager), 2009-2011, $146,000.

The Skillman Foundation. “The Osborn Entrepreneur and Microenterprise Development Program.” Robert Inskeep (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Project Evaluator), 2008-2010, $257,260. 

 

 

Grants Submitted

National Science Foundation (NSF 11-525, ITEST). “I’M A STAR, Innovative Math and Science Learning Through
Autonomous Robotics.” C. J. Chung (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Internal Evaluator), 2011, $1,350,000.


National Institutes of Health (NIH). “An fMRI Study of Executive Functions in Seizure Patients.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 
2009, $477,000.


National Institutes of Health (NIH). “The Neural Correlates of Consciousness.” Gonzalo Munevar (P.I.),
Matthew Cole (Co
P.I.), 2009, $775,000.


National Science Foundation (NSF). “From LEGO to Nano: “Top-Down” Approach for Undergraduate
Nanotechnology 
Education.” Dean Aslam, Lixin Dong (Co-P.I.), Matthew Cole (External Evaluator), 2009, $1,500,000.


The Edward Lifesciences Fund. “Development and Evaluation of a Computer Game for the Prevention of Childhood

Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2008, $55,000.


National Science Foundation (NSF). “Design Course in Nano-Technology Using Robotic Probes and Van de Graaff 
Generators.” Dean Aslam (P.I.), Matthew Cole (External Evaluator), 2008, $1,500,000.


National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). “A Neuroimaging Investigation of Gamblers Playing a Video Betting Paradigm.
Kathy Tiell (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

 

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). “A fMRI Study of Executive Functions in Seizure Patients and Pathological Gamblers.
” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

 

National Institutes of Health (NIH). “Development and Validation of a Computer Game to Assess Pediatric Energy Balance.”
Kathy Tiell (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $546,282.

 

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. “Relationship between Perceptions of Objective Attributes of the Environment and 
Physical Activity.” Joon Kim (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

 

 

Doctoral Dissertations (Committee Member)

 

“A Case Study of Evaluation of Two Corporate Employee Participation Wellness Programs: The Cessna Comprehensive
Wellness Program Compared to The Kautex Non-Comprehensive Wellness Program.” Student: Erik Grant, Chair:
Nadia Shuayto, 2012.

 

 “Antecedents of Global Mindset: A Comparison between German and U.S. Leaders.” Student: Heike Matthes,
Chair: Dr. Thomas Marx, 2012.

 

“A Quantitative Study In The Expression of Flow: Intrinsic Motivation In Developing Individual and Group Transcendence
Within The Delivery of Complex System Integration Projects.” Student: Michael Glovis, Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2012.

 

“The Relationship between Psychological Capital, Dispositional Resistance, and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors to
Change during Organizational Transformation.” Student: Loyd Beal, Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2010.

 

“The Influence of the Government, Consumers, and Automotive Aftermarket Manufacturers on Sustainability.”
Student: Donald James, Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2010.

 

“Perceptions Of Instructor Charisma: An Analysis of Charismatic Leadership Attributes in Adult Learners Engaged In
Classroom Instruction.” Student: Matthew Bennett, Chair: Dr. Patricia Castelli, 2010.

 

“Catholic Identity Inheritance and Sustainment: Implications for Catholic Healthcare Institutions.” Student: Maureen Johnston,
Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2010.

 

“Global Mindset and Leadership Characteristics: An Empirical Study of Leadership Behavior In A Sample Of Business
Leaders.” Student: Georgine Konyu-Fogel, Chair: Dr. ThomA Marx, 2010.

 

“An Investigation of the Moderating Effects of Entrepreneurial Orientation on the Relationship between Cross-Border
M&A’s and Post-Acquisition Performance.” Student: Mariam Iskandarini, Chair: Dr. Patricia Castelli, 2009.

 

“A Study of the Direct and Mediational Effects of the SOAR™ Framework, Trust, and Environmental Management
Systems on Chemical Management Services Supplier Performance at Haas TCM Group.”  Student: Joe Sprangel,
Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2009. 

 

 

Professional Workshops and Presentations

 

Cole, M. “Learn All About it Luncheon: Lawrence Tech’s Institutional Review Board (IRB).”
Lawrence Tech, March 2011.

 

Cole, M. “Everything You Need to Conduct Research With Human Participants.”  All
Faculty Learn-All-About-It Luncheon, Lawrence Tech, January 2008.

 

Cole, M. “Active Listening.”  New Faculty Orientation, Lawrence Tech, August 2007,
       2008, 2009, 2010.

 

Cole, M. “The Informed Consent Process.”  ZIMU International Graduate Students
Learn-All-About-It Luncheon, Lawrence Tech, July 2010.

 

Cole, M. “Effective Communication for Conflict Resolution.” New Department Heads
Training Workshop, Lawrence Tech, October 2008.

 

Cole, M. “Developmental Trajectory of Personal Values, Integrity, and Professional
Ethics.” Assessment Day, Lawrence Tech, September 2007.

 

Cole, M. “Psychological Disorders in Children with ADHD and Autism.”  8th Annual
       Health FOCUS Conference, 
Health For Our Children in Urban Settings, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, October 2006.

 

Cole, M. “The Analysis of Behavioral Data Across Time Using Latent Growth Models.”
      College of Arts & Sciences Seminar Series, Lawrence Tech, November 2005.

 

 

Invited Reviewer Of A Peer-Reviewed Journal Manuscript

 

·    Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer, 2009-2011, Fred Ashbury, Editor in Chief.

·    European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 2010, Alexander Molassiotis, Editor-in-Chief.

·    Health Psychology, 2004, Seth Kalichman, Editor.

 

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Courses Taught

 

Undergraduate Courses

·    PSY1001 World of the Mind               

·    PSY1213 Introductory Psychology (online)

·    PSY3113 Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences (hybrid)

·    PSY3213 Cognitive Psychology (hybrid)

·    PSY3221 Cognitive Psychology Laboratory

·    PSY3413 Sensation and Perception (hybrid)

·    PSY3421 Sensation and Perception Laboratory

·    PSY3613 Developmental Psychology

·    PSY4213 Behavioral Neuroscience (hybrid)

·    PSY4221 Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory

·    PSY4313 Drugs and Behavior (hybrid)

·    PSY4413 History and Systems of Psychology

·    PSY4513 Animal Behavior

·    MCS4993 Topics in Math: Biostatistics (hybrid)

 

Graduate Courses

·    DBA7033 Business Statistics (hybrid)



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Quest and Other Student Projects

 

2012, Adam Poppe, “Electrodermal Activity, Heart Rate, and Hemispheric Electroencephalography as
Biomarkers of 3-D Immersive Video.” Student Research Project.

2011, Kayla Dilts, “Perception of Satisfaction with Dining Services Among the Lawrence Tech
Community.” Quest Research Project.

2011, Chris Yono, “Discriminated Taste Aversion of Acute Ethanol Dependence.” Quest Research Project. 

 


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Matt Cole Bio PicDr. Matthew Cole

Assistant Professor of Management,

Institutional Review Board (IRB) Chair,

Research Support Services Committee (RSSC) Co-Chair

College of Management, M325
Phone: 248.204.3096, Fax: 248.204.3099
mcole@ltu.edu





Education
Honors, Award, and Memberships
Publication
Scholarly Activities (includes grants, conference presentations, etc.)
Courses Taught
Quest and Other Student Projects


Education

Ph.D., 2008, Wayne State University, Cognitive and Social Psychology Across the Lifespan, Advisor: Dr. Ty Partridge.

M.A., 2002, Wayne State University, Biopsychology (minor Pharmaceutical Sciences), Advisor: Dr. Alice M. Young.

M.S., 1999, Eastern Michigan University, Clinical Behavioral Psychology, Advisor:  Dr. Marilyn K. Bonem.

B.S., 1997, Eastern Michigan University, Psychology.

B.M., 1985, Cleveland Institute of Music/Case Western Reserve.


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Honors, Award, and Memberships

·    2011, Dean’s Award For Academic Excellence, Lawrence Technological University College of Arts & Sciences.

·    2008, Graduate Council Best Dissertation Award “Social Sciences” 2006-2008, Wayne State University.

·    2008, Dean’s Award For Teaching Excellence, Lawrence Technological University College of Arts & Sciences.

·    2005, Heberlien Award For Teaching Excellence, Wayne State University, Department of Psychology.

·    2002, NIH Individual Predoctoral National Research Service Award, NIDA, “Investigating The Subjective Effects of Acute Opioid Dependence”.

·    1999, Graduate Dean’s Award for Research Excellence, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.                     

·    1999, ABA Student Committee Paper Contest Winner, Association for Behavior Analysis, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

·    1999, Graduate Student Poster “First Place Award,” Michigan Psychological Association, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

·    1998, Graduate Fellowship, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.

·    1997, Barton Scholarship for Academic Excellence, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.

 

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Publication

15. Konyu-Fogel, G., & Cole, M. (2011). Analyzing the effects of demographic and organizational factors on global mindset of business leaders: An empirical multi-industry study from five continents. The Journal of International Business Research and Practice, 5, 4-35.

14. Sprangel, J., Stavros, J., & Cole, M. (2011). Creating sustainable relationship using SOAR, trust and environmentalism: A research-based case study of program managers and customers in the Hass TCM group. International Journal of Training and Development: Special Issue on Organization Development, 15(1), 39-57.

13. Mitchell, S., Bevans,M., Wehrlen, L., Cole, M., Silverman, L., Prachenko, O., Koklanaris, E., & Wallen, G. (2010). Symptom profiles in survivors of allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (aHSCT). Annals of Behavioral Medicine,38,(Supplement 1), s201.

12. Mitchell, S. A., Hakim, F. T., Baird, K., Mooney, K. H., Rehman, N. K., Dickinson, J., Palit, P., Beck, S. L., Leidy, N. K., Cole, M. L., et al. (2009). Plasma cytokine levels distinguish chronic graft versus host disease (cGVHD) symptom profile groups. Biology of Blood & Marrow Transplantation, 15(2), 118-119.

11. Pendleton, S. M., Stanton, B., Cottrell, L. A., Marshall, S., Pack, R., Burns, J., Gibson, C., Wu, Y., Li, X., & Cole, M. (2007). Teens in the twenty-first century still prefer people over machines: Importance of intervention delivery style in adolescent HIV/STD prevention. Journal of HIV/AIDS Prevention in Children & Youth, 8, 95-115.

10. Cole, M., Stanton, B., Devieaux, L., Harris, C., Lunn, S., Cottrell, L., Clemens, R., Li, X., Marshall, S., & Baine, R. M. (2007). Latent class analysis of risk behaviors among bahamian youth: Relationship between values prioritization and latent class. Social Behavior and Personality, 35, 1061-1076.

 9. Stanton, B., Cole, M., Li, X., Kaljee, L., Galbraith, J., Cottrell, L., & Harris, C. (2007). Prevention and risk reduction among adolescents: A 16 year community-research partnership. In T. C. Rhodes (Ed.), Focus on adolescent behavior research. New York: Nova Publishers.

 8. Yang, H., Stanton, B., Cottrel, L., Kaljee, L., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Cole, M., Harris, C., & Wu, Y. (2006). Parental awareness of adolescent risk involvement: implications of overestimates and underestimates. Journal of Adolescent Health, 39, 353-361.

 7. Stanton, B., Harris, C., Cottrell, L., Li, X., Gibson, C., Guo, J., Pack, R., Galbraith, J., Pendleton, S., Wu, Y., Burns, J., Cole, M., & Marshall, S. (2006). Trial of an urban adolescent sexual risk-reduction intervention for rural youth: A promising but imperfect fit. Journal of Adolescent Health, 38, 55.e25-55.e36.

 6. Kaljee, L, Genberg, B., Riel, R., Cole, M., Huu Tho, L., Thi Kim Thoa, L., Stanton, B., Li, X., & Tan Minh, T. (2005). Effectiveness of a theory-based risk-reduction HIV prevention program for rural Vietnamese adolescents. AIDS Education and Prevention, 17(3),185-199.

 5. Wu, Y., Stanton, B., Li, X., Galbraith, J., & Cole, M. (2005). Protection motivation theory and adolescent drug trafficking: Relationship between health motivation and longitudinal risk involvement. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 30,127-137.

 4. Stanton, B., Guo, J., Cottrell, L., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Gibson, C., Pack, R., Cole, M., Marshall, S., & Harris, C. (2005). The complex business of adapting effective interventions to new populations: An urban to rural transfer. Journal of Adolescent Health, 37(2), 163.e17–163.e26.

 3. Stanton, B., Cole, M., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Wu, Y., & Kaljee, L. (2004). Randomized trial of a parent intervention: Parents can make a difference in long-term adolescent risk behaviors, perceptions and knowledge. Archives of
Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 158,
947-955.

 2. Chen, X., Li, X., Stanton, B., Fang, X., Lin, D., Cole, M., Liu, H., & Yang, H. (2004). Cigarette Smoking Among Rural-to-Urban Migrants in Beijing, China. Preventive Medicine, 39, 666-673.

 1. Cole, M. L., & Bonem, M. K. (2000). The A-B-C’s of smoking cessation: Using behavioral strategies to help undergraduates stop smoking. The Behavior Analyst Today, 4, 89-101.

 
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Scholarly Activities (includes, grant, conference presentations, etc.)

 

Manuscripts Submitted For Publication & In Preparation

Cole, M., & Plowright, P. (2012). Project success in architectural design teams: Influence of team membership, 
personality, cognitive style, and cohesiveness. Manuscript in preparation for submission to Small Group Research.

Chung, C. J., Cartwright, C., & Cole, M. (2011). Assessing the impact of an autonomous robotics competition for STEM 
education. Journal of STEM Education. Manuscript submitted for publication.

 

Conference Presentations

12. Munevar, G., Cole, M., Ye, Y., Yang, Y., & Haccke, M. (2012). fMRI study of self vs. others’ attributions of traits consistent with evolutionary understanding of the self. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Chicago, Illinois.

11. Yono, C. J., Peltier, B. M., & Cole, M. L., (2012). Generalization of acute ethanol withdrawal (“hangover”) to the stimulus effects of pentylenetrazole in a discriminated taste aversion procedure. Poster presented at Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan. Ypsilanti, Michigan.

10. Mitchell, S.A. , Bevans, M., Wehrlen, M., Cole, M., Silverman, L., Prachenko, O., Koklanaris, E., Prince, P., Cook, L., Shelburne, N., Krumlauf, M., Blacklock-Shuver, C., Stewart, D., Fowler, D., Barrett, A. J., & Wallen, G. (2010).
Symptom Profiles in Survivors of Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (aHSCT). Oral paper presented at the 31st Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Seattle, Washington.

 9. Cole, M. L. (2008). Using Blackboard in an Online Course: Examples from an Introductory Psychology Course.
Breakout session paper presented at The Educational Technology Organization of Michigan 2008 Fall Conference. Southfield, Michigan.

 8. Bush, R., Castelli, P., Lowry, P., & Cole, M. L., (2008). Improving teaching presence in a virtual classroom. Paper presented
at Hawaii International Conference on Business. Honolulu, Hawaii.

 7. Bush, R., Castelli, P., Lowry, P., & Cole, M. L., (2008). Improving teaching presence in a virtual classroom. SoTAL
Educational Research, Poster Session Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning, Lawrence Tech, Southfield, Michigan.

 6. Cole, M., Stanton, B., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Summers, Y., Kaljee, L., & Feigelman, S. (2005).
Positive relationship among adolescents between self-efficacy, sexual negotiation skills and protective sexual behaviors.
Poster presented at Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, Georgia.

 5. Cole, M., Stanton, B., Galbraith, J., Li, X., Pendleton, S., Cottrel, L., Marshall, S., Wu, Y., & Kaljee, L. (2004).
Intervention trial finds parents affect long-term youth risk behaviors, perceptions, and knowledge. Poster presented
at Promoting the Well-Being of Children and Youth in Urban America, Detroit, Michigan. 
 

 4. Cole, M. L., & Young, A. M. (2002). Conditional control of lithium chloride-induced taste aversion by naltrexone
in rats treated with acute doses of morphine
. Poster presented at College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Quebec City, Canada.


 3. Cole, M. L., & Young, A. M. (2001). Discriminative stimulus effects of acute morphine dependence in a discriminated
taste aversion assay: Preliminary results. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience Michigan Chapter, East Lansing, Michigan.

 2. Cole, M. L., &  Bonem,  M. K. (1999). Smoking cessation through functional analysis. Symposium paper presented
at Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, Illinois.

 1. Cole, M. L., &  Bonem,  M. K. (1999).Self-reporting functional relations between substance use and environmental
events. Paper presented at Assocation for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, Illinois.

 

 

Grants Awarded

Lawrence Tech Faculty Seed Grant. “Subjective Effects of Acute and Chronic Ethanol Dependence in Rats.” Matthew
Cole (P.I.), 2011-2012, $3,000.

National Science Foundation (NSF). “Renovation of Lawrence Tech’s Next-Generation Life Science Research Facility.”
Hsiao-Ping Moore (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), Julie Zweisler-Vollick(Co-P.I.), Jeff Morrissette (Co-P.I.), Shannon
Timmons (Co-P.I.), 2010–2012, $1,361,832.

Lawrence Tech Faculty Seed Grant. “An fMRI Study of Self-Knowledge Structures in the Brain.” Matthew Cole (P.I.),
2010-2011, $3,000

Economic Development Administration (EDA). “Feasibility Study  for a Collaborative-Based Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CCIE).” Mark Brucki (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Research Manager), 2009-2011, $146,000.

The Skillman Foundation. “The Osborn Entrepreneur and Microenterprise Development Program.” Robert Inskeep (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Project Evaluator), 2008-2010, $257,260. 

 

 

Grants Submitted

National Science Foundation (NSF 11-525, ITEST). “I’M A STAR, Innovative Math and Science Learning Through
Autonomous Robotics.” C. J. Chung (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Internal Evaluator), 2011, $1,350,000.


National Institutes of Health (NIH). “An fMRI Study of Executive Functions in Seizure Patients.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 
2009, $477,000.


National Institutes of Health (NIH). “The Neural Correlates of Consciousness.” Gonzalo Munevar (P.I.),
Matthew Cole (Co
P.I.), 2009, $775,000.


National Science Foundation (NSF). “From LEGO to Nano: “Top-Down” Approach for Undergraduate
Nanotechnology 
Education.” Dean Aslam, Lixin Dong (Co-P.I.), Matthew Cole (External Evaluator), 2009, $1,500,000.


The Edward Lifesciences Fund. “Development and Evaluation of a Computer Game for the Prevention of Childhood

Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease.” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2008, $55,000.


National Science Foundation (NSF). “Design Course in Nano-Technology Using Robotic Probes and Van de Graaff 
Generators.” Dean Aslam (P.I.), Matthew Cole (External Evaluator), 2008, $1,500,000.


National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). “A Neuroimaging Investigation of Gamblers Playing a Video Betting Paradigm.
Kathy Tiell (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

 

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). “A fMRI Study of Executive Functions in Seizure Patients and Pathological Gamblers.
” Matthew Cole (P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

 

National Institutes of Health (NIH). “Development and Validation of a Computer Game to Assess Pediatric Energy Balance.”
Kathy Tiell (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $546,282.

 

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. “Relationship between Perceptions of Objective Attributes of the Environment and 
Physical Activity.” Joon Kim (P.I.), Matthew Cole (Co-P.I.), 2007, $150,000.

 

 

Doctoral Dissertations (Committee Member)

 

“A Case Study of Evaluation of Two Corporate Employee Participation Wellness Programs: The Cessna Comprehensive
Wellness Program Compared to The Kautex Non-Comprehensive Wellness Program.” Student: Erik Grant, Chair:
Nadia Shuayto, 2012.

 

 “Antecedents of Global Mindset: A Comparison between German and U.S. Leaders.” Student: Heike Matthes,
Chair: Dr. Thomas Marx, 2012.

 

“A Quantitative Study In The Expression of Flow: Intrinsic Motivation In Developing Individual and Group Transcendence
Within The Delivery of Complex System Integration Projects.” Student: Michael Glovis, Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2012.

 

“The Relationship between Psychological Capital, Dispositional Resistance, and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors to
Change during Organizational Transformation.” Student: Loyd Beal, Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2010.

 

“The Influence of the Government, Consumers, and Automotive Aftermarket Manufacturers on Sustainability.”
Student: Donald James, Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2010.

 

“Perceptions Of Instructor Charisma: An Analysis of Charismatic Leadership Attributes in Adult Learners Engaged In
Classroom Instruction.” Student: Matthew Bennett, Chair: Dr. Patricia Castelli, 2010.

 

“Catholic Identity Inheritance and Sustainment: Implications for Catholic Healthcare Institutions.” Student: Maureen Johnston,
Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2010.

 

“Global Mindset and Leadership Characteristics: An Empirical Study of Leadership Behavior In A Sample Of Business
Leaders.” Student: Georgine Konyu-Fogel, Chair: Dr. ThomA Marx, 2010.

 

“An Investigation of the Moderating Effects of Entrepreneurial Orientation on the Relationship between Cross-Border
M&A’s and Post-Acquisition Performance.” Student: Mariam Iskandarini, Chair: Dr. Patricia Castelli, 2009.

 

“A Study of the Direct and Mediational Effects of the SOAR™ Framework, Trust, and Environmental Management
Systems on Chemical Management Services Supplier Performance at Haas TCM Group.”  Student: Joe Sprangel,
Chair: Dr. Jackie Stavros, 2009. 

 

 

Professional Workshops and Presentations

 

Cole, M. “Learn All About it Luncheon: Lawrence Tech’s Institutional Review Board (IRB).”
Lawrence Tech, March 2011.

 

Cole, M. “Everything You Need to Conduct Research With Human Participants.”  All
Faculty Learn-All-About-It Luncheon, Lawrence Tech, January 2008.

 

Cole, M. “Active Listening.”  New Faculty Orientation, Lawrence Tech, August 2007,
       2008, 2009, 2010.

 

Cole, M. “The Informed Consent Process.”  ZIMU International Graduate Students
Learn-All-About-It Luncheon, Lawrence Tech, July 2010.

 

Cole, M. “Effective Communication for Conflict Resolution.” New Department Heads
Training Workshop, Lawrence Tech, October 2008.

 

Cole, M. “Developmental Trajectory of Personal Values, Integrity, and Professional
Ethics.” Assessment Day, Lawrence Tech, September 2007.

 

Cole, M. “Psychological Disorders in Children with ADHD and Autism.”  8th Annual
       Health FOCUS Conference, 
Health For Our Children in Urban Settings, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, October 2006.

 

Cole, M. “The Analysis of Behavioral Data Across Time Using Latent Growth Models.”
      College of Arts & Sciences Seminar Series, Lawrence Tech, November 2005.

 

 

Invited Reviewer Of A Peer-Reviewed Journal Manuscript

 

·    Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer, 2009-2011, Fred Ashbury, Editor in Chief.

·    European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 2010, Alexander Molassiotis, Editor-in-Chief.

·    Health Psychology, 2004, Seth Kalichman, Editor.

 

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Courses Taught

 

Undergraduate Courses

·    PSY1001 World of the Mind               

·    PSY1213 Introductory Psychology (online)

·    PSY3113 Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences (hybrid)

·    PSY3213 Cognitive Psychology (hybrid)

·    PSY3221 Cognitive Psychology Laboratory

·    PSY3413 Sensation and Perception (hybrid)

·    PSY3421 Sensation and Perception Laboratory

·    PSY3613 Developmental Psychology

·    PSY4213 Behavioral Neuroscience (hybrid)

·    PSY4221 Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory

·    PSY4313 Drugs and Behavior (hybrid)

·    PSY4413 History and Systems of Psychology

·    PSY4513 Animal Behavior

·    MCS4993 Topics in Math: Biostatistics (hybrid)

 

Graduate Courses

·    DBA7033 Business Statistics (hybrid)



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Quest and Other Student Projects

 

2012, Adam Poppe, “Electrodermal Activity, Heart Rate, and Hemispheric Electroencephalography as
Biomarkers of 3-D Immersive Video.” Student Research Project.

2011, Kayla Dilts, “Perception of Satisfaction with Dining Services Among the Lawrence Tech
Community.” Quest Research Project.

2011, Chris Yono, “Discriminated Taste Aversion of Acute Ethanol Dependence.” Quest Research Project. 

 


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