Lorena Solis

Assistant Professor

Psychological Sciences and El Instituto


Ph.D. 2023, Industrial Organizational Psychology, University of Calgary

Research Interests

Her research interest is in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), specifically focusing on understanding how inequality manifests in hiring, retention, and career advancement practices for historically marginalized groups. I approach this work by incorporating three pillars: curiosity, inner work, and imagination.


Psych 1100

Representative Publications

Rose, S., Asna Ashari N., Davies, J. M., Solis, L., & O’Neill, T. A. (in press). Inter-professional clinical event debriefing – Does it make a difference? Attitudes of Emergency Department Care Providers to INFO Clinical Event Debriefings. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine.

O’Neill, T. A., Pezer, L., Solis, L., Larson, N., Maynard, N., Dolphin, G., Brennan, R., & Li, S.(2020). Team dynamics feedback for post-secondary student learning teams: Introducing the “Bare CARE” assessment and report. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education.

Feitosa, J., Solis, L., & Grossman, R., (2017). The influence of culture on team dynamics. In E.Salas, W.B. Vessey, & L.B Landon (Ed.), Team Dynamics Over Time: Advances in Psychological Theory, Methods, and Practice, (pp. 209 – 230). Somerville, MA: Emerald Group Publishing Inc.

Solis, L., Aristomene, T., Feitosa, J., & Smith, E. (2016). Taking qualitative methods a step further to team science. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 9(4), 1-5.

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