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Marisa Crisostomo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Computer Information and Decision Management
College of Business
mcrisostomo@wtamu.edu


Academic Background 
Ph.D.  University of Oklahoma, 2017.
M.S.  University of Oklahoma, 2015.
B.A.  Gonzaga University, 2012.
Work Experience
Academic Experience 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Decision Management & Miller Professor of Entrepreneurship, West Texas A&M University (2018 - Present), Canyon, Texas.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Decision Management, West Texas A&M University (2017 - 2018), Canyon, Texas.
Instructor, University of Oklahoma (2014 - 2017), Norman, Oklahoma. Courses taught include Elements of Psychology, Understanding Statistics, and Cognitive Psychology
Lab Instructor and Teaching Assistant, University of Oklahoma (2012 - 2014), Norman, Oklahoma. Supports Elements of Psychology, Understanding Statistics, and Research Methods courses
Intellectual Contributions:
Refereed Articles 
Crisostomo, M. E., & Chauhan, R. S. (2019).  Individualized Student Feedback: Are Templates the Solution?   Management Teaching Review., doi: 10.1177/2379298118823672.
Crisostomo, M. E., & Chauhan, R. S. (2018).  Using the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) to Demonstrate the Importance of Understanding Statistics for Undergraduate Students.   Teaching Statistics - An International Journal for Teachers.
Nelson, M., Crisostomo, M., Khericha, A., Russo, F., & Thorne, G. (2012).  Classic Debates in Selective Attention: Early vs Late, Perceptual Load vs Dilution.   Perception, 41 (8), 997-1000.
Presentation of Refereed Papers 
International
Crisostomo, M. & Hammer, E. (2018). Empowering the Amarillo, TX Homeless Population: Student Exploration of Business Principles through Experiential Learning.  Enactus Worlds 2018, San Jose, California.
Crisostomo, M. & Kimball, D. (2017). Improving Study Strategies Through Testing Experience.  Psychnonomic Society's Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia.
Crisostomo, M. & Kimball, D. R. (2016). The Effects of Testing When Competing Information is Studied Later.  Psychnonomic Society's Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.
Crisostomo, M. & Kimball, D. R. (2014). The Effect of Source Monitoring on Reconsolidation.  Psychnonomic Society's Annual Meeting, Long Beach, California.
Crisostomo, M. & Kimball, D. R. (2013). The Effects of Pretesting and Testing on Memory and Inferencing.  Psychnonomic Society's Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.
Service:
Service to the University 
 
College Assignments
Faculty Advisor:
2017-2018 – 2018-2019:  Enactus  
Member:
2019-2020:  Research and Teaching Symposium Committee  
2018-2019 – 2019-2020:  Scholarship Committee  
2018-2019:  Research and Teaching Symposium  
2017-2018:  Research and Teaching Symposium Committee  
University Assignments
Member:
2017-2018 – 2019-2020:  Distinguished Lecture Series Committee  
Honors-Awards-Grants 
Award
2019:  Operation Impact, Residential Living.
2019:  Advisor of the Year, 1st Runner Up, Office Of Student Engagement and Leadership.
2015:  Department of Psychology Graduate Teaching Award, University of Oklahoma.
2014:  Provost Distinction in Teaching Award, University of Oklahoma.
Courses Taught 
Courses taught, but not in the Schedule:
CIDM 2342: Statistics for Business and Economics
CIDM 6300: Statistical Methods in Business and Economics