Martin & Mason (2023). Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Spence Faculty Scholar for 2022–2023
Ashley Martin is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She received her PhD in Management from Columbia Business School. Her research focuses on the challenges and benefits associated with gender, age, and racial diversity in organizations. Specifically, she examines how to most effectively discuss gender, race, and age in an effort to reduce bias, empower underrepresented groups, and improve intergroup relations.
Lawson, Martin, Huda, Matz (2022). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Martin & Mason (2022). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Martin (2022). Journal of Experimental Psychology
Chu, C. & Martin, A.E. (2021). Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
Martin, A.E. & North, M.S. (2021). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Martin, A.E. & Slepian, M.L. (2021). Perspectives in Psychological Science
Gundemir, S., Martin, A.E. & Homan, A. (2019). Frontiers in Psychology, 10(282), 1-14.
Martin, A.E. & Phillips, K.W. (2019). Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 82, 294 – 306.
Martin, A.E. & North, M.S. & Phillips, K.W. (2019) Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 45(3), 342 – 359.
Martin, A.E. & Slepian, M.L. (2018). Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44(12), 1681 – 1696.
Akinola, M.*, Martin, A.E.* & Phillips, K.W. (2018). Academy of Management Journal, 61(4), 1467 –1491.
*Both authors contributed equally
Martin, A.E. & Slepian, M.L. (2017). In V. Zeigler-Hill & T. Shackelford (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. New York: Springer
Martin, A.E. & Phillips, K.W. (2017). Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 142, 28 – 44.
Crum, A.J., Akinola, M., Martin, A.E., & Fath, S. (2017). Anxiety, Stress, and Coping, 30(4), 379 – 395.
This course introduces you to the structures and processes that affect group performance and highlights some of the common pitfalls associated with working in teams. Topics include team culture, fostering creativity and coordination, making group decisions, and dealing with a variety of personalities. You will participate in a number of group exercises to illustrate principles of teamwork and to give you practice not only diagnosing team problems but also taking action to improve total team performance.
This year-long course takes a hands-on approach to learning about experimental research. It will cover the entire process of experimental research from idea and hypothesis generation to study design, analysis, and publication. The topical content will be customized to the specific interests of the enrolled students, but generally will be concerned with questions about behavioral phenomena in organizational contexts.