Natalie Longmire teaches organizational behavior in the undergraduate program. She received her PhD in management from the University of Texas at Austin and her bachelor's degree in psychology from Vanderbilt University. Her research aims to identify factors that influence the development of positive relationships in the workplace, such as self-disclosure, empathy, vulnerability, and neurodivergence.
Prior to earning her PhD, Longmire worked as a researcher at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, examining employment outcomes for adults with autism. The challenges faced by this growing population of adults continues to inform her research on interpersonal dynamics at work.
- Watkins, T., Kleshinski, C. E., Longmire, N. H., & He, W. 2022. Rekindling the Fire and Stoking the Flames: How and When Workplace Interpersonal Capitalization Facilitates Pride and Knowledge Sharing at Work. Academy of Management Journal.
- Longmire, N. H., & Taylor, J. L. 2022. The role of colleagues in work experiences for employees with autism. In S. M. Bruyère & A. Colella (Eds.), Neurodiversity in the Workplace (1st ed.): 16-59. New York: Routledge.
- Longmire, N. H., & Harrison, D. A. 2018. Seeing their side versus feeling their pain: Differential consequences of perspective-taking and empathy at work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103(8): 894-915.