ROSE MARTIN (PhD Researcher)

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

rose.martin@hud.ac.uk

ABOUT

Rose Martin is a PhD researcher and BRC research coordinator 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: PhD (final year), The University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield Business School.

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. (2019). Preference reversals during risk elicitation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Advance online publication. 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) 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.

2) 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.

3) 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.

4) 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.

5) 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.

6) 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.

7) 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.

8) 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.