Bibliography

Publications

  1. Bowe, S.N. & Jones, W.S. Continuous leadership education and development at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium. Military Medicine. Advance online publication.https://doi.org/10.7205/MILMED-D-16-00260
  2. Cleek, E., Friedman, A., & Alcala, B. Response to The Dawn of Quantified Humanism [Letter to the Editor]. Recently accepted for publication in Journal for Graduate Medical Education.
  3. Frazier, T.W., Maculaitis, M.C., Friedman, A.M., Jake, J., & Terrazas, J.M.B. Using personality assessment to enhance the professional development of behavior therapy care providers for children with autism: a pilot study. Unpublished manuscript.
  4. Fletcher, K.A., Friedman, A.M., & Piedimonte, G. Transformational Leadership in Healthcare Seen  Through the Lens of Pediatrics. Recently submitted for publication in Journal of Pediatrics.
  5. Fletcher, K.A., Mir, H., Friedman, A.M., & Sanders, R. Guided Self-Reflection on Personality: Improving Transformational Leadership in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeons. Submitted for publication in Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery.
  6. Friedman, A.M. (2016). Using organizational science to improve the resident selection process: an outsider’s perspective. American Journal of Medical Quality, 31, 486-488.
  7. Hunt, M.A., Heilman, C. B., Shutran, M., & Wu, J.K. (2017). An introduction to leadership self-assessment at the Society of Neurological Surgeons PGY1 Bootcamp: observations and commentary. Neurosurgery, 80, E201-E204.
  8. Jordan, J.,Linden, J.A., Maculatis, M.C. H. Gene Hern, Jr, Schneider, J.I., Willis, C.P., Marshall, J.P., Friedman, A., Yarris, L.M., Identifying the Emergency Medicine Personality: A Multisite Exploratory Study. Manuscript recently accepted for publication in Academic Emergency Medicine and Training
  9. Kerr, W. & Roloff, K.S. Residency Select or J3Personica? Harvard Business School Case 816-088, March 2016.
  10. Kerr, William R., and Brownell, A. “Residency Select or J3Personica?” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 816-101, May 2016.
  11. Levine BR. Interviewing: Residency Select-A New Pilot Program. CORD Report, January 2014.
  12. Lubelski, D., Healy, A.T., Friedman, A., Ferraris, D., Benzel, E.C., & Schlenk, R. (2016). Correlation of personality assessments with standard selection criteria for neurosurgical residency applicants. Journal of Neurosurgery, 125, 986-994
  13. McAlpine, K., Tornetta, P., Friedman, A.M., & Maculatis, M.C.,”The Orthopaedic Personality- Does it Exist?”. Manuscript Recently Submitted to Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research.
  14. Phillips, D., Egol, K.A., Maculaitis, M.C., Roloff, K.S., Friedman, A.M., Levine, B., Garfin, S., Schwartz,A., Sterling, R., Kuivila, T., Paragioudakis, S.J., & Zuckerman, J.D. Personality factors associated with resident performance: results from 12 ACGME accredited orthopaedic surgery programs. Journal of Surgical Education. Advance online publication DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsurg.2017.06.023
  15. Randall, R., Kwong, L., Kuivila, T., Levine, B., & Kogan, M. Using personality assessment to facilitate leadership development in orthopaedic surgery: reflections on the experience from three residency training programs. Manuscript recently accepted for publication in Physician Leadership Journal.
  16. Roloff, K.S., Maculatis, M.C., Friedman, A.M., Zuckerman, J.D., & Phillips, D., The “Big 5” and the “4 E’s”: Personality Predictors of Communication Ratings on the Objective Structured Clinical Examinations among Orthopaedic Surgery Residents. Manuscript recently submitted for publication in Academic Medicine
  17. Stilwell, Rebecca A., William A. Pasmore, and DaHee Shon. “Change Leader Behavior Inventory: Development and Validation of an Assessment Instrument.” The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 52.4 (2016): 373-395
  18. Timoney, N., Ferraris, D., Maculaitis, M.C., Friedman, A.M., & Pittman, T. The relationship between applicant personality characteristics and final rank list position. Unpublished manuscript.
  19. Tornetta III, P. & Bogdan, Y. (2016). CORR curriculum—orthopaedic education: mentorship in surgical training: can personality assessment help? Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 474, 1125-1128.
  20. Zuckerman, J.D., Phillips, D., Levine, B., Garfin, S., Schwartz, A., Sterling, R., Kuivila, T., Paragioudakis, J., & Egol, K.A. The use of an affective domain assessment tool to predict resident success: a pilot study in 12 orthopaedic residency programs. Unpublished manuscript.

Symposia/Poster Presentations

  1. Bartels, D.W., Levine, B., Frank, R., Zuckerman, J.D., & Friedman, A.M. Investigating the role of personality-based behavioral assessments in the residency match process. Poster presented at the American Orthopaedic Association Council of Orthopaedic Residency Directors conference held June 24-25, 2016, Seattle, WA.
  2. Bartels, D.W., Levine, B., Frank, R., Zuckerman, J.D., & Friedman, A.M. Investigating the role of personality-based behavioral assessments in the orthopaedic residency match process. Podium presentation delivered at the annual meeting of the Mid-American Orthopaedic Association held April 13-17, 2016, Bonita Springs, FL.
  3. Frazier, T.W., Maculaitis, M.C., Friedman, A.M., Jake, J., & Terrazas, J.M.B. Personality assessment: a novel approach to improving professional development for front-line autism care providers. Poster presented at the annual Milestones Autism Spectrum Disorder Conference held June 16-17, 2016, Mayfield Heights, OH
  4. Harvey, V.P., Evans, S., Friedman, A.M., Mazzenga, J., & Shanley, T.P. Developing Physicians to Be Leaders: Our Lives May Depend On It. Symposia to be presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology to be held April 19-21, 2018, Chicago, IL
  5. Kelly, C.M., Pallay R., & Friedman, A.M. Resident Personality Self-Awareness: How to Use this Tool to Prevent Burnout and Promote Wellness: implications for resident professional development and performance. Symposia submitted for presentation at the annual symposium of the American Academy of Family Physicians to be held March 23-27, 2018, Kansas City, MO.
  6. Pallay, R., Maculaitis, M.C., Quinlan, J.D., Kim, G., & Friedman, A.M. Assessing resident fit across specialties: implications for resident professional development and performance. Poster presented at the annual symposium of the American Academy of Family Physicians held March 24-28, 2017, Kansas City, MO.
  7. Roloff, K., Maculaitis, M.C., Terrazas, J.M.B., Friedman, A.M., & Connolly, P. Personality assessments predict resident performance on orthopaedic surgery core competencies. Symposium presentation delivered at the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology held April 27-29, 2017, Orlando, FL.
  8. Timoney, N., Ferraris, D., Maculaitis, M.C., Friedman, A.M., & Pittman, T. Using personality assessment to predict program fit and rank list position. Poster presented at the annual Association for Hospital Medical Education conference held May 18-20, 2016, Fort Lauderdale,FL.
  9. Tornetta III, P., McAlpine, K., & Maculaitis, M.C. The orthopaedic personality: does it exist? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Association held June 20-24,2017, Charlotte, NC.
  10. Tornetta III, P., Jacobs, J., Sterling, R., & Friedman, A.M. Personalities in orthopaedics: what can we do with them? Symposium presentation delivered at the annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Association held June 20-24, 2017, Charlotte, NC.