Dr. Corinne Novell is a Research Psychologist at Quantum Improvements Consulting. Dr. Novell has over 10 years of research experience in the social sciences. After receiving her BS and AB (2007) at The University of Georgia, Dr. Novell earned her MS (2010) and Ph.D. (2012) in Social Psychology at the University of Florida. Subsequently, she completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in the University of Cincinnati’s Marketing Department, and had an appointment as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Consumer Science at Purdue University. Dr. Novell is passionate about human performance and related outcomes. In 2008, she interned at the Orlando-based Human Performance Institute, a training and development company that aims to improve people’s performance in high-stress venues. Also, since 2013 she has been part of a research team that identifies predictors of performance in both educational and organizational settings. Her research is consistently aligned with human performance applications. Dr. Novell's research focuses how individual differences and work environment characteristics affect communication processes and outcomes in performance environments. Currently, she is interested in people’s receptivity to feedback in feedback environments, what influences people’s feedback receptivity, and how feedback receptivity affects organizational outcomes. Additionally, Dr. Novell examines the effects of people's beliefs in work settings. In her most recent work, she examines how beliefs about fixedness impact work-related behaviors as well as consumer choices with the goal of helping employees, organizations, and consumers to optimize decision-making across contexts.