University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Dr Julie Gore

Dr Julie Gore
Contact

telephone +44 (0) 1225 384073
email j.gore@bath.ac.uk

Publications

Leading Refereed Journal Papers
Other Outputs

BSc, PhD, FHEA, CPsychol, FBPsS

Job Title:

Reader in Organisational Psychology

Division:

Strategy & Organisation

Key Research Interests:

The Psychology of Decision Making Behavioural Science, Managerial Cognition, Qualitative Research Methods

Research Interests

I am very interested in explaining the psychology of how people take decisions in professional contexts and how this often expert/tacit knowledge can be used to improve the quality of these activities for individuals and organisations.  My research focus is on managerial cognition and Naturalistic Decision Making (NDM); eliciting and documenting cognitive expertise in ill-defined organisational contexts. This work has captured the cognitive decision making processes of professionals in engineering, day trading, aviation and human resource management.  

In recent years my research has also explored the psychology of the decision making associated with executive reward, resulting in  new developments in behavioural agency theory.

I am a nominated  ESRC Peer-Review College Member,  elected Member of Council for the British Academy of Management and also serve as a member of the editorial board of the British Journal of Management, Frontiers in Organizational Psychology and am an Associate Editor of the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.

PhD Supervision

I have supervised PhD and DBA students in the following areas and would welcome applications and inquires in these and associated areas. I have used a range of research methods in my own work related to the behavioural sciences and mainly prefer to use interview methods including Cognitive Task Analysis.

Publications

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Leading Refereed Journals Papers | Other Outputs

Leading Refereed Journal Papers

Gore, J., Conway, G.E. 2016. Modeling and Aiding Intuition in Organizational Decision Making: A Call for Bridging Academia and Practice. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5(3): 331-334.

Gore, J., Flin, R., Stanton, N., & Wong, W. 2015. Applications for Naturalistic Decision Making. In J. Gore, R. Flin, N. Stanton & W. Wong (Eds.) Applications of Naturalistic Decision Making Special Issue of the Journal of Occupational & Organizational Psychology, 88(2): 223-230.

Gore, J., Flin, R., Stanton, N., & Wong, W. (Eds). 2015. Applications of Naturalistic Decision Making. Special Issue of the Journal of Occupational & Organizational Psychology, 88(2): 223-386.

Pepper, A., Gosling. T. & Gore, J. 2015. Fairness, envy, guilt and greed – building equity considerations into agency theory. Human Relations, 68(8): 291-1314.

Pepper, A. & Gore, J. 2015. Behavioural agency theory: New foundations for theorizing about executive compensation. Journal of Management, 41(4): 1045-1068. DOI: 10.1177/0149206312461054.

Pepper, A. & Gore, J. 2014. The economic psychology of incentives: An international study of top managers. Journal of World Business, 49(3): 350-361, DOI: 10.1016/j.jwb.2013.07.002.

McAndrew C., & Gore, J. 2013. Understanding preferences in experience-based choice: a study of cognition in the wild. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 7(2): 179-197. Top 10 ‘Most read’ article, 2012-2014: Featured via the American Human Factors Society & Eurekalerts, Science News Daily.

Pepper, A., Gore, J. & Crossman, A. 2013. Are long term incentive plans an effective and efficient way of motivating senior executives. Human Resource Management Journal, 23(1): 36-51.

Gore, J. & Sadler-Smith, E. 2011. Unpacking intuition: A process and outcome framework. Review of General Psychology, 15(4): 304-316.

Stanton, N. A., Wong, W., Gore, J., Sevdalis, N. & Strub, M. 2011. Critical thinking, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 12(3): 204-209. (Awarded ‘Most Read’ special issue 2011-2013).

McAndrew C., Gore, J. & Banks, A. 2009. ‘Convince me’: Modelling Naturalistic Decision Making. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 3(2): 156-175.

► older publications

Gore, J., Banks, A., Millward, L., & Kyriakidou, O. 2006. Naturalistic decision making: reviewing pragmatic science. Special Issue: Naturalistic Decision making in organizations (Eds: Raanan Lipshitz, Gary Klein, and John Carroll). Organization Studies, 27(7): 925-942.

Kyriakidou, O. & Gore, J. 2005. Learning by example: Benchmarking organisational culture in hospitality, tourism and leisure SME’s. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 12(3): 192-206.

Cameron, D., Gore, J., Desombre, T. & Riley, M. 1999. Discussion. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 18(3): 225-234, DOI: 10.1016/S0278-4319(99)00025-0.

Gore, J. 1995. Hotel managersí decision making: can psychology help? International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 7(2/3): 19-23, DOI: 10.1108/09596119510079945.

Other Outputs

Pepper, A., Gore, J., & Crossman, A. 2015. Are long-term incentive plans an effective and efficient way of motivating senior executives? In A. Pepper, The Economic Psychology of Incentives: a new way of thinking about executive reward: Chapter 2. London, UK, Palgrave Macmillan.

Pepper, A. & Gore, J. 2015. Behavioural agency theory. In A. Pepper, The Economic Psychology of Incentives: a new way of thinking about executive reward: Chapter 3. London, UK, Palgrave Macmillan.

Pepper, A. & Gore, J. 2015. Risk, uncertainty and time discounting. In A. Pepper, The Economic Psychology of Incentives: a new way of thinking about executive reward: Chapter 4. London, UK, Palgrave Macmillan.

Pepper, A., Gosling. T. & Gore, J. 2015. Fairness as a precondition for profit-seeking. In Pepper, A. The Economic Psychology of Incentives: a new way of thinking about executive reward: Chapter 6. London, UK, Palgrave Macmillan.

McAndrew, C., & Gore, J. 2010. “Convince Me…” An Inter-Disciplinary Study of NDM and Investment Managers. In K. Mosier & U. Fischer (Eds.), Experts in Complex Situations Transforming Information into Knowledge. Psychology Press.

Gore, J. & McAndrew, C. 2009. Accessing expertise. The Psychologist, 22(3): 218-219.

► older publications

Myers, H., Gore, J., & Liu, L. 2008. European shopping centre developments – an industry perspective. Journal of Place Management & Development, 1(2).

McAndrew, C., Banks, A., & Gore, J. 2008. Bridging macro cognitive/micro cognitive methods: ACT-R under review. In J. M. Schraagen, L. Militello, T. Omerod, & R. Lipshitz (Eds.), Naturalistic Decision Making and Macro cognition. Ashgate.

Kelliher, C. & Gore, J. 2006. La flexibilite fonctionnelle et l’intensifiication du travail: transformation a l’interieur des industries de service. In A. Askenazt, D. Cartron, F. de Coninck & M. Gollac (Dir.), Organisation et intensite du travail. Octares.

Gore, J. & Riley, M. 2004. Recruitment and selection in hotels: experiencing cognitive task analysis. In H. Montgomery, R. Lipshitz & B. Brehmer (Eds.), How professionals make decisions. New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum.

Gore, J., Szivas, & Warr, D. 2003. Transformational Leadership and effective small hospitality Business. In A. Bowen, P. Jones, & A. Lockwood (Eds.), Best Practice in Tourism Hospitality and Leisure. Threshold Press.

Kelliher, C., Gore, J. & Riley, M. 2003. Functional Flexibility: Implementation and Outcomes. In I. U. Zeytinoglu (Eds.), Flexible work arrangements: conceptualisations and international experiences. The Hague, The Netherlands, Kluwer Law International. Studies of Employment and Public Policy Series.

Gore, J., Szivas, E. & Warr, D. 2003. Best Practice Leadership for SMEs in the UK Hospitality Tourism and Leisure Industry. Profit through productivity Report 5.

Millward-Purvis, L., Gore, J., Lourvieris, P., & Kyriakidou, O. 2003. Organisation of Organising in a Digitized Battlespace – a ‘Human Perspective’. Completed for the Centre for Human Sciences, QinetiQ Ltd.

Gore, J. & Szivas, E. 2003. Transformational Leadership and effective small hospitality Business. The Hospitality Review. April 2003, 43:46.

Gore, J. & Riley, M. 2000. A study of the perceptions of the labour market by human resource managers in the UK hotel industry: a cognitive approach. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 2(3): 232-241.

Riley, M., Gore, J., & C. Kelliher . 2000. Economic determinism and human resource management practice in the hospitality and tourism industry. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 2(2): 118-128.

Gore, J. 2000. Review of The Handbook of Contemporary Hospitality Management Research. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 2(2): 184-186.

Cameron, D., Gore, J., Desombre, T. & Riley, M. 1999. An examination of the reciprocal affects of occupation culture and organisation culture: the case of chefs in hotels. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 18(3): 225-23.

Gore, J. 1995. Hotel managers' decision making: can psychology help? International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 7(2/3): 19-23. (Awarded best paper).