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Title

Matthews

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Dr.

FirstName

Michael

LastName

Matthews

Position Type

Engineering Psychology

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Professor

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US Army

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Matthews

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845-938-3696

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Lm6270@usma.edu

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Michael D. Matthews is currently Professor of Engineering Psychology at the United States Military Academy.  He served as President of the American Psychological Association’s Society for Military Psychology from 2007 to 2008 and is a Templeton Foundation Senior Positive Psychology Fellow. From 2014 to 2015, he served as a Fellow for the U.S. Army Chief of Staff’s Strategic Studies Group. Collectively, his research interests center on Soldier performance in combat and other dangerous contexts. He has authored over 250 scientific papers, is the co-editor of Leadership in Dangerous Situations: A Handbook for Armed Forces, Emergency Services, and First Responders (Naval Institute Press, 2011) and the Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology (Oxford University Press, 2012), co-author of The Millennial Generation and National Defense: Attitudes of Future Military and Civilian Leaders (Palgrave Pivot, 2013), and the author of the recently published Head Strong: How Psychology is Revolutionizing War (Oxford University Press, 2014).



Teaching
PL100 - General Psychology for Leaders
PL390 - Biopsychology
PL392 - Cognitive Psychology

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  • B.A., Psychology and Sociology, Drury University
  • M.A., Experimental Psychology, Hollins University
  • Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, State University of New York - Binghamton

 

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Books
  • Matthews, M. D. (2014).  Head strong: How psychology is revolutionizing war.  New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Ender, M. G., Rohall, D. E., & Matthews, M. D. (2014).  The millennial generation and national defense: Attitudes of future military and civilian leaders. London: Palgrave-McMillan.
  • Laurence, J., & Matthews, M. D. (Eds.) (2012). Oxford handbook of military psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Matthews, M. D., & Laurence, J. L. (Eds)  (2012). Military Psychology Volume I: Selection, Training, and Performance. London: Sage.
  • Matthews, M. D., & Laurence, J. L. (Eds)  (2012). Military Psychology Volume II: Human Factors Engineering. London: Sage.
  • Matthews, M. D., & Laurence, J. L. (Eds)  (2012). Military Psychology Volume III: Stress and Resilience. London: Sage.
  • Matthews, M. D., & Laurence, J. L. (Eds)  (2012). Military Psychology Volume IV: Leadership, Culture, and Morale. London: Sage.
  • Sweeney, P., Matthews, M. D., & Lester, P. (Eds). (2011). Leadership in dangerous situations: A handbook for the armed forces, emergency services, and first responders. Annapolis, MD: U.S. Naval Institute Press. [Chinese edition, published by China Market Press, copyright 2012.]
  • Kornguth, S., Steinberg, R., & Matthews, M. D. (Eds). (2010). Neurocognitive and physiological factors during high-tempo operations. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Graham, S. E., & Matthews, M. D. (Eds.)  (1999).  Infantry situation awareness.  Arlington, VA:  U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences

 

Books and Encylopedias

  • Matthews, M. D. (2014). The shape of things.  In S.H. Irvine, Computerised Test Generation for Cross-National Military Recruitment: A Handbook. Amsterdam: IOS Press.
  • Matthews, M. D. (2013). Human factors engineering and human performance. In B. A. Moore & J. E. Barnett (eds.), Military psychologists’ desk reference. New York: Oxford.
  • Zaccaro, S. J., Weis, E., Chen, T. R., & Matthews, M. D. (2013). Situational load and personal attributes: Implications for adaptive readiness and training.  In H. F. O’Neil, R.S. Perez, & E. L. Baker (Eds), Teaching and measuring cognitive readiness. New York: Springer.
  • Matthews, M. D. (2012) Cognitive and non-cognitive factors in soldier performance. In J. H. Laurence and M. D. Matthews (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Matthews, M. D., and Laurence, J. H. (2012) Military psychology: Closing observations and a look forward. In J. H. Laurence and M. D. Matthews (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Laurence, J. H., & Matthews, M. D. (2012) The handbook of military psychology: An introduction.  In J. H. Laurence and M. D. Matthews (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Military Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Strater, L. D., Endsley, M. R., Matthews, M. D., & Pleban, R. J. (2012). Measuring situation awareness in a virtual decision-making exercise. In M.D. Matthews & J.H. Laurence (eds.), Military Psychology, Volume I : Selection, Training, and Performance. (pp. -308).  London: Sage.
  • Matthews, M. D. & Laurence, J. H. (2012).  Military psychology.  In V. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd ed.), Vol. 2, pp 608-614. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
  • Sweeney, P. J., Matthews, M. D., & Lester, P. B. (2011). Leading in dangerous contexts: An overview of the unique challenges. In. P. J. Sweeney, M. D. Matthews, & P. B. Lester (eds.), Leadership in dangerous context: A handbook for the armed forces, emergency services, and first responders. Annapolis, MD: U.S. Naval Institute Press.
  • Sweeney, P. J., & Matthews, M. D. (2011). A holistic approach to leadership in dangerous situations. In. P. J. Sweeney, M. D. Matthews, & P. B. Lester (eds.), Leadership in dangerous context: A handbook for the armed forces, emergency services, and first responders. Annapolis, MD: U.S. Naval Institute Press.
  • Ender, M. G., Rohall, D. E., & Matthews, M. D. (2010). Youth Attitudes towards the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In S. Carlton-Ford & M.G. Ender (Eds) Handbook of war and society. (pp. 294-305). New York: Routledge
  • Steinberg, R. M., Matthews, M. D., & Kornguth, S. (2010). Closing remarks: realization of existing capabilities in sustaining performance.  In  S. Kornguth, R. M. Steinberg, & M. D. Matthews (Eds), Neurocognitive and physiological factors during high-tempo operations. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Matthews, M. D. (2009).  The soldier’s mind: Motivation, mindset, and attitude. In A.R. Freeman, S. M. Freeman, & B.A. Moore (Eds).  Living and surviving in harm’s way: A psychological treatment handbook for pre- and post deployment of military personnel.   New York: Routledge.
  • Ender, Morten G., Rohall, D. E., & Matthews, M. D.  (2009). College Student Reactions to 9/11: Civilian, ROTC, and Military Academy Undergraduates, in M. Morgan (ed.). The Day that Changed Everything?: An Interdisciplinary Series of Edited Volumes on the Impact of 9/11 (Vol V: 9/11 in Psychology and Education), pp 253-264. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan).
  • Ender, M. G., Rohall, D. E., & Matthews, M. D.  (2009). Thinking Globally: U.S. Cadet and Civilian Undergraduate Attitudes toward Social Problems, in G. Kummel, G. Caforio, and C. Dandeker (eds.). Armed Forces, Soldiers and Civil-Military Relations: Essays in Honor of Jurgen Kuhlmann, pp. 191-210. Weisbaden, Germany: Schriftenreihe des Sozialwissenschaftlichen Instituts der Bundeswehr.
  • Matthews, M. D. (2008).  Positive psychology: Adaptation, leadership, and performance in exceptional circumstances.  P.A. Hancock and J.L. Szalma (Eds.), Performance under stress. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • French, T., Matthews, M. D., & Redden, E.  (2004).  Infantry situation awareness.  In S. Banbary and S. Tremblay (Eds.).  A cognitive approach to situation awareness:  Theory, Measures, and application.  Aldershot, UK:  Ashgate.
  • Graham, S. E., & Matthews, M. D.  (1999). Concluding thoughts and observations.  In S.E. Graham & M. D. Matthews (Eds.) Infantry situation awareness.  Arlington, VA: U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.

 

Invited and Keynote Addresses, Workshops, and Special Lectures

  • Matthews, M. D. (2015). Brain development and cognitive dominance.. Invited presentation at the Combined Arms Center’s Cognitive Dominance Symposium, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, April 14
  • Ender, M. G., Matthews, M. D., & Rohall, D. E.  (2015). 12 Years of Cadet and College Student Attitudes toward Women in the Military. Invited Presentation for a Series of Discussions on Gender Relations at West Point, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, April 9
  • Matthews, M. D. (2015).  Building leaders who thrive in Chaos: Human dimension perspectives. Panel presented at the Association of the United States Army mid-year symposium, Huntsville, Alabama, April 1
  • Matthews, M. D. (2015). Human performance optimization: Improving soldier performance. Invited address at the Human Systems Conference, Alexandria, VA, Februrary 10th
  • Matthews, M. D. (2014).  Military service in an ever changing world.  Invited address at the annual Professional Development Program of the New York Army and Air National Guard, Lake George, New York, March 29th
  • Matthews, M. D. (2013).  Psychology and military dominance in the 21st century.  Keynote address, International Applied Psychology Symposium, Berne, Switzerland, May 29th
  • Matthews, M. D., & Sweeney, P. J. (2012). Leadership in dangerous contexts: Lessons for UNICEF workers.  Workshop conducted for the United Nations Children’s Fund annual senior leader offsite, Glen Cove, NY, September 19th
  • Matthews, M. D. (2012). Hardy plants, hardy children. Distinguished lecture, Military Child Education Coalition National Training Seminar, Dallas, TX, June 27th
  • Matthews, M. D. & Sweeney, P. J. (2012). Leadership in dangerous contexts.  Keynote address,  U.S. State Attorney’s Annual Law Enforcement Coordination Council Meeting, Vail, CO, April 26th
  • Matthews, M. D. (2012).  Strong hearts, strong minds: Preparing soldiers for 21st century war. Keynote address, Unified Quest Human Dimension Workshop, Fort Bragg, NC, April 17th
  • Matthews, M. D. (2011). Comprehensive soldier fitness: Empowering soldiers and veterans with the skills need to successfully adapt to the challenges of combat and its aftereffects. Keynote plenary session, Ohio Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Newark, Ohio, October 27t
  • Matthews, M. D. (2011). Building soldier resilience in an era of persistent conflict. Keynote address, International Conference on Advances in Military Psychology. Delhi, India, March 10
  • Brazil, D., & Matthews, M. D. (2010). Distinguished lecture: Character strengths through children’s literature,  Invited address, Annual meeting of the Military Child Education Coalition, Washington, D.C., July
  • Ender, M. G., & Matthews, M. D. (2009). Military kids in the post-911 era: Is the Military still a good place to raise children today, Invited address, Annual Meeting of the Military Child Education Coalition, Philadelphia, PA. July
  • Matthews, M. D. (2009). The “R” Generation: Resiliency in the Military Child, Invited address, Annual Meeting of the Military Child Education Coalition, Philadelphia, PA. July.
  • Matthews, M. D. (2009). Francis Hesselbein Student Leadership Forum, Invited address, Annual Meeting of the Military Child Education Coalition, Philadelphia, PA. July
  • Matthews, M. D. (2007). Soldiers, Families, Character, and Resilience.  Invited address at the annual meeting of the Military Child Education Coalition, Kansas City, Missouri, July
  • Matthews, M. D.  (2002).  Assessing situation awareness in the field.  Invited address, Royal Norwegian Army Academy, Oslo, Norway, June 12
  • Matthews, M. D.  (2002).  Assessing situation awareness in a virtual environment. Invited address, University of Bergen Military Psychology and Leadership Research Group, Bergen, Norway, June 11
  • Matthews, M. D.  (2002).  Issues in measuring situation awareness.  Invited address, Royal Norwegian Naval Academy, Bergen, Norway, June 4.

 

Journal Articles

Callina, K. S., Ryan, D., Murray, E. D., Colby, A., Damon, W., Matthews, M., & Lerner, R. M. (in press). Developing Leaders of Character at the United States Military Academy: A Relational Developmental Systems Analysis. Journal of College and Character.

Ender, M. G., Rohall, D. E., & Matthews, M. D.  (2016). Cadet and Civilian Undergraduate Attitudes toward Transgender People: Research Note.  Armed Forces & Society, 42, 427-435.

Ender, M. G., Rohall, D. E., & Matthews, M. D.  (2015). Intersecting Identities: Race, Military Affiliation, and Youth Attitudes toward War. War & Society, 34, 230-246.

Kelly, D. R., Matthews, M. D., & Bartone, P. T. (2014). Grit and hardiness as predictors of performance among West Point cadets. Military Psychology, 26, 327-342.

Witkowski, S., Trujillo, L., Sherman, S., Carter, P., Matthews,  M. D., & Schnyer,  D. (2014). An examination of the association between chronic sleep restriction and electrocortical arousal in college students. Clinical Neurophysiology, electronic version published June 16, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.clinph.2014.06.026.

Matthews, M. D. (2014). Stress among UAV operators: Posttraumatic stress disorder, existential crisis, or moral injury? Ethics and Armed Forces: Controversies in Military Ethics and Security Policy, 1, 53-57.

Rohall, David E., Prokopenko, O.,  Ender, M. G., & Matthews, M. D. (2014). The Role of Collective and Personal Self-Esteem in a Military Context.  Current Research in Social Psychology, 2, 10-21.

Vanderlind, W. M., Beevers, C. G., Sherman, S. M., Trujillo, L. T., McGeary, J. E., Matthews, M. D., Maddox, W. T., & Schyner, D. M. (2014).  Sleep and sadness: Exploring the relation among sleep, cognitive control and depressive symptoms in young adults. Sleep Medicine, 15, 144-149.

Bartone, P. T., Kelly, D. R., & Matthews, M. D.  (2013). Hardiness predicts adaptability in military leaders.  International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 21, 200-210.

Maddi, S. R., Matthews, M. D., Kelly, D. R., Villarreal, B., & White, M. (2012). The role of hardiness and grit in predicting performance and retention of USMA cadets. Military Psychology, 24, 19-28.

Ender, Morten G., David E. Rohall, Andrew J. Brennan, Michael D. Matthews, and Irving Smith (2012). Civilian, ROTC, and Military Academy Undergraduate Attitudes toward Homosexuals in the U.S. Military, Armed Forces & Society, 38, 164-172.

Glass, B. C., Maddox, W. T., Bowen, C., Savarie, Z. R., Matthews, M. D., & Markman, A. B., & Schnyer, D. M. (2011). The effects of 24-hour sleep deprivation on the exploration-exploitation trade-off. Biological Rhythm Research, 42, 99-110.

Matthews, M. D., Eid, J., Johnsen, B. H., & Boe, O. C. (2011). A comparison of expert ratings and self-assessments of situation awareness during a combat fatigue course. Military Psychology, 23, 125-136.

Maddox, W. T., Glass, B. C., Zeithmova, D., S. M., Savarie, Z. R, Bowen, C., Matthews, M. D., & Schnyer, D. M. (2011). The effects of sleep deprivation on dissociable prototype learning systems, Sleep, 34, 253-260.

Seligman, M. E. P., & Matthews, M. D. (2011). (Eds.). Comprehensive soldier fitness. Special Issue, American Psychologist, 66, 1-87.

Cornum, R., Matthews, M. D., & Seligman, M. E. P. (2011). Comprehensive soldier fitness: Building resilience in a challenging institutional context. American Psychologist, 66, 4-9.

Hystad, S. W., Eid, J., Tapia, M., Hansen, A. L., & Matthews, M. D. (2010). An exploratory study of differences in emotional intelligence between U.S. and Norwegian undergraduate students. Psychological Reports, 107, 891-898.

Campbell, D. J., Hannah, S. T., & Matthews, M. D. (Eds.). (2010). Leadership for Military and other Dangerous Environments. Supplemental Issue, Military Psychology, 22(S1), S1-S189.

Campbell, D. J., Hannah, S. T., & Matthews, M. D. (2010). Leadership in military and other dangerous contexts: Introduction to the special topic issue. Military Psychology, 22(S1), S1-S14.

Hannah, S. T., Campbell, D. J., & Matthews, M. D. (2010). Advancing a research agenda for research in dangerous contexts. Military Psychology, 22, S157-S189.

Maddox, W. T., Glass, B. C., Wolosin, S. M., Savarie, Z. R, Bowen, C., Matthews, M. D., & Schnyer, D. M. (2009). The effects of sleep deprivation on information-integration categorization, Sleep, 32, 1439-1448.

Matthews, M. D., Eid, J., Ender, M., & Laurence, J. (2009). Attitudes toward women in the military. Military Psychology, 21, 241-251.

Kornguth, S. E., & Matthews, M. D. (2009) (Eds.) Supplemental issue: Sustaining soldier high optempo performance. Military Psychology, 21(S1). (14 articles on this topic by leading experts in cognitive neuroscience.)

Matthews, M. D., DeFiori, K, & Feltner, D. (2009). Soldier performance in high optempo conditions: West Point contributions. Military Psychology, 21 (Supplemental Issue), S130 to 137.

Matthews, M. D. (2008). Toward a positive military psychology, Military Psychology, 20 289-298.

Duckworth, A.L., Peterson, C., Matthews, M. D., & Kelly, D. R. (2007). Grit: Perseverance and passion for long term goals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92, 1087-1101.

Matthews, M. D., Eid, J., Kelly, D. R., Bailey, J. K. S., & Peterson, C. (2006). Character strengths and virtues of developing military leaders: An international comparison. Military Psychology, 18 (Supplemental Issue), pp S57-S68.

Rohall, David E., Morten G. Ender, & Matthews, M. D. (2006). The Role of military affiliation, gender, and political ideology on attitudes toward the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Armed Forces & Society, 33(1):59-77.

Eid, J., Matthews, M. D., Johnsen, B. H., & Meland, N. (2005.) Dispositional optimism and self-assessed situation awareness in a Norwegian military training exercise. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 100, 649-658.

Matthews, M. D., Strater, L. D., & Endsley, M. R. (2004). Situation awareness requirements analysis for infantry platoon leaders. Military Psychology, 16, 149-161.

Pleban, R. J., Matthews, M. D., Salter, M. S., & Eakin, David E. (2002). Training and assessing complex decision-making in a virtual environment. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 94, 871-882.

Matthews, M. D., & Weaver, C. N. (1996). Comparison of perceived job security of college professors versus white-collar and blue-collar workers. Psychological Reports, 79, 367-370.

Matthews, M. D., Harger, B. S., & Weaver, C. N. (1995). Attitudes of women toward homosexual behavior as a function of veteran status. Psychological Reports, 76, 266.

Matthews, M. D., Harger, B. S., & Weaver, C. N. (1994). Attitudes toward homosexual behavior: Effects of veteran status. Psychological Reports, 75, 1516-1518.

Matthews, M. D., Weaver, C. N., & Franz, R. (1992). Perceived financial status of male and female college professors. Psychological Reports, 70, 199-202.

Matthews, M. D. (1991). Comparison of supervisor's and incumbent's estimates of the worth of workers to their organizations: A brief report. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 73, 569-570.

Weaver, C. N., & Matthews, M. D. (1990). Work satisfaction of females with full-time employment and full-time housekeeping: 15 years later. Psychological Reports, 66, 1248-1250.

Phillips, D. R., Weaver, C. N., & Matthews, M. D. (1990). Job preferences of part-time workers have changed. Psychological Reports, 67, 1.

Matthews, M. D., & Weaver, C. N. (1989). What college professors want from a job. Psychological Reports, 65, 792-794.

Matthews, M. D., & Weaver, C. N. (1989). A methodological note on predicting attrition. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 69, 881 882.

Sessions, G. R., Matthews, M. D., & Koob, G. F. (1988). Cysteamine-induced depletion of central somatostatin and passive avoidance conditioning in rats. Neuroscience Abstracts, 14, 291.

Smith, J. S., Weaver, C. N., & Matthews, M. D. (1988). Job satisfaction among engineers. Journal of the Southwestern Society of Economists, 15, 23-27.

Matthews, M. D., & Babb, H. (1987). Self punitive behavior as a function of number of acquisition trials and percentage of goal-shocked extinction trials. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 25, 475-478.

Matthews, M. D., & Weaver, C. N. (1987). Job tenure and intraprofile interest score differences. Journal of the Southwestern Economists Association, 14, 71-74.

Weaver, C. N., Doll, K., & Matthews, M. D. (1987). American attitudes toward the Japanese. Journal of the Southwestern Economists Association, 14, 200-203.

Weaver, C. N., & Matthews, M. D. (1987). What white males want from their jobs: Ten years later. Personnel, 64, 62 65.

Sessions, G. R., Matthews, M. D., Bakit, C., Swerdlow, N., & Koob, G. F. (1985). A comparison of cerebral acetylcholine or somatostatin depletion on avoidance conditioning, activity, and working memory in rats. Neuroscience Abstracts, 11, 1113.

Agruso, V. M., Jr., & Matthews, M. D. (1984). Effects of glutamic acid on operant behavior, activity, and open-field behavior in rats. Psychological Reports, 57, 1003- 1004.

Matthews, M. D., & Babb, H. (1984). Self-punitive behavior: Effects of percent shocked acquisition trials and percent goal shocked extinction trials. Psychological Record, 35, 535-547.

Matthews, M. D., Chapman, B. R., & Boyd, S. P. (1984). Behavioral effects of response-independent termination of aversive stimulation. Psychological Reports, 56, 655-661.

Alley, W. E., & Matthews, M. D. (1982). The Vocational Interest Career Examination: A description of the instrument and possible applications. Journal of Psychology, 112, 169-193.

Meeker, D. J., Babb, H., & Matthews, M. D. (1980). Goal vs. alley punishment after escape training: Massed trials and startbox conditions. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 16, 51 54.

Matthews, M. D. (1979). Effects of omission training on the patterning behavior of rats in a water tank. Psychological Record, 29, 93 101.

Matthews, M. D., & Babb, H. (1978). Effects of percentage of goal punished extinction trials on self punitive behavior. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 12, 64 66.

 

Peer Reviewed Research Reports

Sottilare, R. A., Sinatra, A. M., Watson, J., Davis, Z., King, S., & Matthews, M. D. (2014. An evaluation of the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT) from a researcher’s or analyst’s perspective. (ARL Report SR 0302). Orlando, FL: U.S. Army Research Laboratory.

Sottilare, R. A., Brawner, K. W., Giammaria, C., Mucke, K., Sohn, A., & Matthews, M. D. (2014). An evaluation of the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT) from an author’s perspective (ARL Report SR 0303). Orlando, FL: U.S. Army Research Laboratory.

Sottilare, R. A., Reece, T. J., Fung, M. W., McAuliffe, J. F., & Matthews, M. D. (2014). An evaluation of the Generalized Intelligent Framework for Tutoring (GIFT) from an learner’s perspective (ARL Report SR 0304). Orlando, FL: U.S. Army Research Laboratory.

 

Paper/ Poster Presentations

Ender, M. G., Rohall, D. E., & Matthews, M. D. (2015). College Students, Mass Media, and the Military, a paper presentation at the Biennial International Meetings of Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society,” Chicago, Il, Oct 31. 

Rohall, D., Ender, M. G., & Matthews, M. D. (2015).  Sexuality in the military: Comparisons of attitudes toward gay and transgendered people in the armed services. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, August 22.

Dunham, Y. G., Matthews, M. D., Ender, M. G., & Laurence, J. L. (2015).  Emerging attitudes toward women in the military at West Point.  Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, CA., August 7.

Matthews, M. D., & Kelly, D. R. (2015). Character Strengths as Predictors of Performance and Attrition of West Point and West Point Prep School Cadets. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, May 22.

Rohall, D. E., Ender,M. G.,& Matthews, M. D.(2015). Acceptance of Gays in the Military: Change and Continuity.  Paper presented at the Midwest Sociological Society Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, March 28.

Ender, M.  G., Rohall, D. E., & Matthews, M. D.  (2015). Are Military Brats More Tolerant? A paper presentation at the Eastern Sociological Society Meetings, New York City, NY (February 26-March 1).

Ender, Morten G., David E. Rohall, and Michael E. Matthews (2014). Cadet and Undergraduate Attitudes toward Transgender People. A presentation at the Canadian Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces & Society Biennial Meeting, Ottawa, Canada (October 18).

Rohall, D., Ender, M. G., Matthews, M. D., & Garcia, C. (2013). Support for the DREAM Act: Variations by Military Affiliation among American Youth. Paper presented at the Biennial International Meetings of the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces & Society, Chicago, IL, October 25th.

Matthews, M. D. (2013). Soldier’s heart, shell shock, combat fatigue, posttraumatic stress disorder: Biobehavioral disorder or social construction? Paper presented at The Origins and Impact of World War I: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Columbia University, New York, October 18th.

Jensen, P. R., Kelly, D.R., & Matthews, M. D. (2013).  Character strengths and virtues in predicting boxing physical education performance of USMA cadets. Poster presented at the Association of Applied Sports Psychology’s annual conference, New Orleans, LA, 3 October.

Ender, M. G., Rohall, D., & Matthews, M. D. (2013). Intersecting Identities: Race, Attitudes toward War, and College Undergraduates.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, August 13th.

 

Published in Proceedings

Kelly, D. R., Matthews, M. D., & Duckworth, A. L. (2009). Grit as a predictor of performance and retention at West Point. Proceedings, International Applied Military Psychology Symposium. Riga, Latvia: National Defence Academy of Latvia.

Rohall, D. E., Ender, M. G., & Matthews, M. D. (2007). The intersection of race and military affiliation on attitudes toward the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Proceedings, International Biennial Meetings of the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces & Society. Chicago, Il.

Matthews, M. D., Martinez, S., Eid, J., Johnsen, B. H., & Boe, O. C.  (2005).  A comparison of observer and incumbent rating of situation awareness.  Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Kelly, D. R., Matthews, M. D., & Bartone, P. T.  (2005).  Hardiness and adaptation to a challenging military environment.  Proceedings of the International Applied Military Psychology Symposium.  Washington, D. C., Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.
Matthews, M. D.  (2004).  Academic skills of engineering psychology majors:  A comparative study.  Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.  Santa Monica, CA.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Matthews, M. D., Eid, J., Johnsen, B. J., Meland, N. T., & Talcott, C.  (2004).  Situation awareness:  Predicting small unit leader performance during a combat fatigue course.  Proceedings of the 7th Defense Analysis Seminar.  Washington, D.C:  Office of the Undersecretary of the Army (Ops Research).

Matthews, M. D.  (2003).  Homeland defense command and control:  Strategies for training situation awareness.  Proceedings of the International Applied Military Psychology Symposium, Brussels, International Association of Applied Military Psychology.

Parnell, G. S., Carver, C. A., Matthews, M. D., Blair, J. R. S., & Ray, C. K.  (2003).  Genesis of the new information systems engineering program at the United States Military Academy.  Proceedings of the Summer Computer Simulation Conference.  Montreal:  Society for Modeling and Simulation International.

Shattuck, L. G., Talcott, C., Matthews, M. D., Clark, J., & Swiergosz, M.   (2002). Constructing battlefield understanding: A comparison of experienced and novice decision makers in different contexts.  Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica, CA.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Matthews, M. D., & Beal, S. A.  (2002).  A field test of two methods for assessing infantry situation awareness.  Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.  Society. Santa Monica, CA.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Collins, C. A., Howe, D. G., & Matthews, M. D.  (2002).  Land Warrior:  Effects of size of keyboard on speed and accuracy of data entry.  Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.  Santa Monica, CA.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

McGinty, P. K., Worthan, S. R., & Matthews, M. D.   (2002).  Varying color intensity to represent time decay in visual icons.  Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.  Santa Monica, CA.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Matthews, M. D. (2002).  Co-Chair, Decision making in the armed forces.  Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica, CA.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Matthews, M. D.  (2001).  Panel Chair, Situation awareness for military ground forces: Current Issues and Perspectives.    Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.  Santa Monica, CA.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Graham, S. E., & Matthews, M. D.  (2000).  Modeling and measuring SA.   In J. H. Hiller and R. L. Wampler (Eds) Proceedings, Assessing and measuring training performance effectiveness workshop (pp. 14-24). Alexandria, VA: U.S. Army Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Matthews, M. D., Pleban, R. J., Strater, L. D., & Endsley, M. R.  (2000).  Measures of infantry situation awareness for a virtual MOUT environment.  Proceedings of the Human Performance, Situation Awareness, and Automation Conference (pp. 262- 267). Savannah, GA:  SA Technologies.

Matthews, M. D., & Ashlock, S. S.  (1994).  Gays in the military:  public perception of appropriate work roles.  Proceedings, 14th Biannual Applied Behavioral Sciences Symposium.  Colorado Springs:  U.S. Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Harger, B. S., Matthews, M. D., & Weaver, C. N. (1993).  Health-related attitudes and behavior as a function of veteran status.  Proceedings, 35th Annual Meeting of the Military Testing Association.  Williamsburg, VA:  U.S. Coast Guard.

Matthews, M. D., Harger, B. S., & Weaver, C. N.  (1993).  Attitudes toward homosexual behavior as a function of veteran status.  Proceedings, 35th Annual Meeting of the Military Testing Association.  Williamsburg, VA:  U.S. Coast Guard.

Matthews, M. D., & Weaver, C. N.  (1992).  Perceived job security as a function of prior military service.  Proceedings, Psychology in the Department of Defense Thirteenth Symposium. (USAFA TR 92-2), pp 100‑103.  Colorado Springs:  United States Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D.  (1992).  Women in the military:  Comparison of attitudes and knowledge of service academy cadets versus private college students.  Proceedings, Psychology in the Department of Defense Thirteenth Symposium.  (USAFA TR 92-2), pp 212-216.  Colorado Springs:  United States Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D., & Weaver, C. N. (1991).  Work attitudes of employees with prior military service.  Proceedings, 33rd Annual Meeting of the Military Testing Association.  San Antonio, TX:  Air Force Armstrong Laboratory.

Matthews, M. D. & Weaver, C. N. (1990).  Demographic and attitudinal correlates of women's role in the military.  Proceedings, Psychology in the Department of Defense, 12th Symposium.  USAFA TR-90-1, 77-80.  Colorado Springs:  U.S. Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Weston, M., Matthews, M. D., & Weaver, C. N.  (1990).  The enduring effects of Vietnam on political attitudes.  Proceedings, Psychology in the Department of Defense, 12 Symposium. USAFA TR‑90‑1, p. 369.  Colorado Springs: U.S. Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Ricotta, F. J., Jr., Weaver, C. N., & Matthews, M. D. (1988).   Vietnam: Lasting effects on confidence toward military leaders.  Proceedings, 30th Annual Conference of the Military Testing Association.  Arlington, VA:  U. S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.
Matthews, M. D., Melton, E. C., & Weaver, C. N.  (1988).  Attitudes toward women's roles in the military as a function of gender and race.  Proceedings, Psychology in the Department of Defense, Eleventh Symposium (USAFA-TR-88-1), pp 426‑430. Colorado Springs: United States Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D. (1988).   Basic interests as predictors of attrition. Proceedings, Psychology in the Department of Defense, Eleventh Symposium (USAFA-TR-88-1, pp 471‑475.)  Colorado Springs: United States Air Force, Academy Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D., Sessions, G. R., Bakit, C., Swerdlow, N., Matthews, A. K., and Koob, G. F. (1986).  Effects of cerebral somatostatin on passive avoidance conditioning in rats. Proceedings of the Psychology in the Department of Defense. (USAFA-TR-86-1).  Colorado Springs: United States Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D. (1986).  Effects of confinement, social isolation, and diurnal disruption on crew adjustment and performance on long duration space missions. Proceedings, Psychology in the Department of Defense, Tenth Symposium.  (USAFA-TR-86-1). Colorado Springs: United States Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D.  (1986).  Human performance and long duration space missions: Memory.  Proceedings of the Psychology in the Department of Defense (USAFA-TR- 86-1).  Colorado Springs: United States Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D., & Watson, T. W. (1984).  The stability of Vocational Interest Career Examination (VOICE) scores (Abstract). Proceedings of the Ninth Psychology in the DoD Symposium (USAFA TR 84-2).  Colorado Springs: U. S. Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D., & Ballentine, R. D.  (1983).  Technical school attrition as a function of predicted job satisfaction.  Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Military Testing Association.  Gulf Shores, AL:  Naval Personnel Research and Development Center.

 Berry, G. A., & Matthews, M. D. (1982).  Predicting job satisfaction and job performance.  Proceedings of the 24th Annual Meeting of the Military Testing Association.  San Antonio, TX:  Air Force Human Resources Laboratory.

Matthews, M. D., Weaver, C. N., & Tuttle, T. C. (1982).   The measurement of organizational productivity:  A description and field test.  Proceedings of the 24th Annual Meeting of the Military Testing Association.  San Antonio, TX:  Air Force Human Resources Laboratory.

Matthews, M. D.  (1982). Vocational interests, job satisfaction, and turnover among Air Force enlistees.  Proceedings of the Fourth International Learning Technology Congress and Exposition.  Orlando, FL:  Society for Applied Learning Technology.

Matthews, M. D., & Berry, G. A. (1982).  A preliminary look at vocational interests and attrition among Air Force enlistees.  Proceedings of the Eighth Psychology in the DoD Symposium (USAFA TR-82-10).  Colorado Springs: U.S. Air Force Academy, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership.

Matthews, M. D.  (1982). Vocational interests and job satisfaction:  Effects on turnover among Air Force enlistees.  Proceedings of the 24th Annual Meeting of the Military Testing Association.  San Antonio, TX:  Air Force Human Resources Laboratory.

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 Soldier performance in dangerous situations; positive psychology and Soldier performance and adaptation.

 

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