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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, Norman, Oklahoma, Psychology (Quantitative Methods Emphasis), 2017.
M.S.  University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, Psychology, 2015.
B.A.  Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington, Psychology (Dance Emphasis), 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:  Enactus  
Member:
2018-2019:  Scholarship Committee  
2018-2019:  Research and Teaching Symposium  
2017-2018:  Research and Teaching Symposium Committee  
University Assignments
Member:
2017-2018 – 2018-2019:  Distinguished Lecture Series Committee  
Honors-Awards-Grants 
Award
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