DR ROSE MARTIN

Huddersfield Business School 
The University of Huddersfield 
Queensgate, Huddersfield 
HD1 3DH 

R.K.Martin@hud.ac.uk

ABOUT

Rose is a Lecturer in Behavioural Science and Decision-Making at the Huddersfield Business School. Her research interests and publication topics include judgement & decision-making, risk, utility, morality, perspective-taking accessibility, learning and cognition. Rose’s experimental and theoretical research is particularly focused on the flexible nature and construction of moral preferences and rules. Moreover, Rose also investigates ethical/unethical consumer behaviour and purchasing intentions for autonomous systems.

EDUCATION

2017 – 2020: Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield Business School.

2020: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK.

2019: Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK.

2017 – 2018: PgCert with Distinction (postgraduate course in business research methods), The University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield Business School.

2017: Teaching Assistant Preparation Programme, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield Business School.

2014 – 2017: BSc (Hons) in Psychology (1st Class), Kingston University, London.

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

2019 – Present: Seminar leader for the Department of Logistics, Marketing, Hospitality, and Analytics (Huddersfield Business School). Behavioural and Economic Decision Science, MSc course (all modules).

2018 – Present: Review Editor for Frontiers in Psychology (Cognition).

2017 – Present: Seminar leader for Department of Management (Huddersfield Business School). The Psychology of Work and Organisations, 3rd year BSc module.

2017 – Present: Research Coordinator for the Behavioural Research Centre, Huddersfield Business School.

2018 – 2019: Research Project Supervisor (MSc students), University of Warsaw.

2016 – 2017: Academic Mentor, Kingston University, London.

2014 – 2018: Research Consultant, AgeWatch London.

2014 – 2017: Research Assistant to Professor Petko Kusev, Kingston University, London.

HONOURS & AWARDS

September, 2017: Huddersfield Business School – Early Career Scholarship.

July, 2017: British Psychological Society – Undergraduate Award (highest overall mark in a BPS accredited course).

July, 2017: British Psychological Society – Tony Gale Prize (best dissertation research project for a BPS accredited course).

July, 2017: Kingston University, London – The Gold Kingston Award.

November, 2016: Society for Judgment and Decision Making – Jane Beattie Memorial Scholarship for Research (winner of annual award for excellent research presented at the Society for Judgement and decision-making conference).

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

1) Kusev, P., van Schaik, P., Martin, R., Hall, L., & Johansson, P. (2020). Preference reversals during risk elicitation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149(3), 585-589. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/xge0000655

2) Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2018). Leader ethical decision-making: Methodological suggestions and implications. Proceedings of the Ananyev Science Conference: Psychology of personality, traditions and the present. St Petersburg State University, Russia, October 23rd-26th. ISBN 978-5-91753-141-0.

3) Martin, R. & Kusev, P. (2018). Associative learning under moral decision-making (abstract). Wessex Psychologist Bulletin, 15, 30.

4) Martin, R., Kusev, I., Cooke, A. J., Baranova, V., van Schaik, P., & Kusev, P. (2017). General commentary on the social dilemma of autonomous vehicles. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 808. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00808

5) Kusev, P., Purser, H., Heilman, R., Cooke, A. J., Van Schaik, P., Baranova, A., Martin, R., & Ayton, P. (2017). Understanding risky behavior: The influence of cognitive, emotional and hormonal factors on decision-making under risk.Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 102. doi: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00102

INTERNATIONAL & LOCAL CONFERENCE PAPERS

1) Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2020). Perspective-taking accessibility (and not the type of psychological processing) informs people's utilitarian moral judgments. Paper to be presented at the 61st annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Virtual Meeting. November, 19th - 21st.

2) Martin, R., Kusev, P., & van Schaik, P. (2020). How perspective-taking accessibility eliminates the moral hypocrisy between people's moral judgments and moral behavior. Paper to be presented at the 61st annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Virtual Meeting. November, 19th - 21st.

3) Martin, R., Kusev, P., & van Schaik, P. (2020). Perspective-taking accessibility and moral behaviour. Paper presented at the Huddersfield Business School Conference, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK. January 15 – 17th.

4) Teal, J., Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2020). Discriminability (not decision making experience) influences risky behaviour: evidence against ordinal comparison and relative ranking. Paper presented at the Huddersfield Business School Conference, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK. January 15 – 17th.

5) Teal, J., Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2019). Decision discriminability: why human decision makers sample from experience. Paper presented at the Huddersfield Business School Conference, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK. January 9 – 11th.

6) Martin, R., Kusev, P., & van Schaik, P. (2019). Autonomous Cars: How full accessibility to crash-scenario information alters consumer purchase intentions. Paper presented at the Huddersfield Business School Conference, University of Huddersfield, UK. January 9th – 11th.

7) Martin, R., Kusev, P., & van Schaik, P. (2018). Autonomous self-driving cars: how enhanced utilitarian accessibility alters consumer purchase intentions. Paper accepted at the 59th annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, USA. November 15th – 18th.

8) Martin, R., Kusev, P., & van Schaik, P. (2018). Learning non-utilitarian moral rules: preference reversals in utilitarian choice. Proceedings of the 3rd international meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Amsterdam, Netherlands. May 10th - 12th.

9) Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2018). Moral decision-making under associative learning tasks. Paper presented at the Huddersfield Business School Conference, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK. January 10th-12th.

10) Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2017). The influence of associative learning on moral decision-making. Paper presented at the 58th annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Vancouver, Canada. November 9th - 12th.

11) Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2016). Rational choice predicted by utility ratio and uncertainty. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. November 18th - 21st.

12) Martin, R., & Kusev, P. (2016). How uncertainty and moral utilitarian ratios predict rationality. Paper presented at the 57th annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. November 17th – 20th.

MEDIA COVERAGE

2017: Fortune Magazine: http://fortune.com/2017/12/08/brainstorm-health-daily-12-08-17/

2016: Kingston University: http://www.kingston.ac.uk/news/article/1761/08-dec-2016-kingston-university-psychology-student-presents-at-international-conferences-after-being-first-undergraduate-to-win-prestigious/

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

2019 – Present: Higher Education Academy / Advance HE, UK

2017 – Present: British Psychological Society, UK.

2016 – Present: Society for Judgment and Decision-Making, USA.

2016 – Present: The Psychonomic Society, USA.