"How today’s shocks predict tomorrow’s leaving.” with Holtom, Goldberg, & Allen. (2016) Journal of Business & Psychology.
“The Pipeline Project: Pre-publication independent replications of a single laboratory’s research pipeline.” with Schweinsberg et al. (2016) Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. (Special issue “Rigorous and Replicable Methods in Social Psychology”).
"Team Knowledge Representation: A Network Perspective" with J.A. Espinosa (2014). Human Factors., 56(2): 333-348.
"Do Good, Make Good: The business support landscape of social entrepreneurship" with J. Keyton & A.E. Dawson (2013) in Wankel & Pate (Eds.) Social Entrepreneurship as a Catalyst for Social Change. Information Age Publishing.
"Leading from the helm: Lessons from America's Cup sailing teams." (2013). In E. Salas (Ed.) Developing and Enhancing High-Performance Teams: Evidence-based Practices and Advice. SIOP Professional Practice Book. Wiley: Pfeiffer.
"Team Knowledge: Dimensional structure and network representation." with J.A. Espinosa (2011). In E. Salas, S. Fiore, & M. Letsky (Eds.) Theories of Team Cognition: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives. Routledge Academic: New York.
"Speaking up: A Conceptual Model of Voice Responses Following the Unfair Treatment of Others in Non-Union Settings" with C. Goldberg & A. Henley (2011) in Human Resource Management.
"The effect of the leader's implicit beliefs on team empowerment" (2011), Interdisciplinary Network of Groups Researchers.
"Predicting the consequences of shocks: A prospective perspective" with B. Holtom, I. Weller, C.B. Goldberg, & D. Allen (2011). Southern Management Association.
"Navigating the Team: Case Scenarios of Leadership Coaching Styles in the America’s Cup" with E. Hall (2010) in The International Journal of Sport & Society.
"Facilitating Inclusion: Study Circles on Diversity and Achievement" with J. Landesman (2010) in The IAF Handbook of Group Facilitation: Working with Difficult Groups.
"Factors and Outcomes Associated with Ongoing Participation of Underserved Cancer Survivors in a Fitness & Support Group at an Urban Hospital" with T. King & C.D. Clark (2010), American Institute for Cancer Research.
"Shocks to the System: Sustaining Team Performance" (2010), Interdisciplinary Network of Groups Researchers.
Professor Clark's research centers on team performance contexts, investigating the effects of culture, diversity, knowledge, and strategic human capital practices. He conducts these projects in field settings, including both public and private sector firms, sports teams, social entrepreneurship incubators, and medical innovation contexts.