TRISTAN MCINTOSH, PhD, joined the Division of General Medical Sciences in 2018 as an Instructor of Medicine. She earned her PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology with a minor in Quantitative Psychology at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. McIntosh’s areas of expertise include ethical decision making, ethics training program development and evaluation, situational constraints and personal biases as they relate to misconduct, whistleblowing, and measure development. She has published in Science and Engineering Ethics, Human Resource Management Review, The Leadership Quarterly, and the Creativity Research Journal. Currently, Dr. McIntosh is a Mid-America Transplant Fellow where she researches ethical issues involved with organ transplantation.

Professional Service Highlights

  • Dr. McIntosh is a reviewer for the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference and an ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Selected Honors & Awards

  • Outstanding Graduate Research Assistant Award for Academic Year 2016-2017, University of Oklahoma, May 2017.
  • Bullard Conference Presentation & Creative Exhibition Travel Grant ($925), University of Oklahoma, April 2017.
  • Graduate Student Senate Conference Grant ($150), University of Oklahoma, April 2017.
  • Robberson Conference Presentation & Creative Exhibition Travel Grant ($990), University of Oklahoma, April 2016.
  • Graduate Student Senate Conference Grant ($675), University of Oklahoma, April 2016.

Selected Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • Turner, M., McIntosh, T., Reid, S. W., & Buckley, M. R. (2018). Corporate Implementation of Socially Controversial CSR Initiatives: Implications for Human Resource Management. Human Resource Management Review.
  • Mumford, M.D., Martin, R., Elliott, S., & McIntosh, T. (2018). Creative failure: Why can’t people solve creative problems. Journal: Creativity Research Journal.
  • Mumford, M. D., & McIntosh, T. (2017). Creative thinking processes: The past and the future. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 51, 317-322.
  • McIntosh, T., Higgs, C., Turner, M., Partlow, P., Steele, L., MacDougall, A., Connelly, M. S., & Mumford, M. D. (2017). To whistleblow or not to whistleblow: Affective and cognitive differences between reporting peers and advisors. Science and Engineering Ethics, 1-40.
  • McIntosh, T., Higgs, C., Mumford, M. D., Connelly, M. S., & DuBois, J. M. (2017). Continuous evaluation in ethics education: A case study. Science and Engineering Ethics, 1-28.
  • McIntosh, T., Mulhearn, T., Gibson, P. C., Mumford, M. D., Yammarino, F., Connelly, S., Day, E., & Vessey W. B. (2016). Planning for long-duration space exploration: Interviews with NASA subject matter experts. Acta Astronautica. 129, 477-487.
  • Mulhearn, T., McIntosh, T., Gibson, C., Mumford, M. D., Yammarino, F., Connelly, S., Day, E., & Vessey, W.B. (2016). Leadership for long-duration space missions: A shift toward a collective approach. Acta Astronautica, 129, 466-476.
  • Mumford, M.D., Todd, E.M., Higgs, C., & McIntosh, T. (2016). Cognitive skills and leadership performance: The nine critical skills. The Leadership Quarterly, 28, 24-39.
  • Steele, L. M., McIntosh, T., Mulhearn, T., Watts, L. L., Anderson, H., Hill, D., Lin, L., Matthews, S., Ness, A., & Buckley, M. R. (2015). The reestablishment of the Journal of Management History: A quantitative review of 2005 to 2009. Journal of Management History, 21, 439-452.
  • Mumford, M. D., Steele, L., McIntosh, T., & Mulhearn, T. (2015). Forecasting and leader performance: Objective cognition in a socio-organizational context. The Leadership Quarterly, 26, 359-369.
Tristan McIntosh, PhD

Tristan McIntosh, PhD
Instructor of Medicine
phone: 314-454-8164
email: t.mcintosh@wustl.edu