Daniel Martin

Associate Professor

Department of Management

E-mail:
daniel.martin@csueastbay.edu
Phone:
(510) 885-2060
Office:
VBT 426
Office Hours:
MON 10:30AM-12:00PM |WED 4:00PM-6:30PM
Vitae:
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Education

  • BA Clinical Psychology; San Francisco State University
  • MS Social Psychology; Howard University
  • PhD Social/Industrial/Organizational Psychology; Howard University

Courses

Spring Quarter 2014
Course #SecCourse TitleDaysFromToLocationCampusTextbook Info
MGMT 361401Organizational BehaviorMW12:00PM1:50PMAE-0271Hayward Campus View Books
MGMT 368001Employee and Labor RelationsMW2:00PM3:50PMAE-0271Hayward Campus View Books
MGMT 622501Executive LeadershipW6:30PM10:00PMAE-0386Hayward Campus View Books
MGMT 622530SSExecutive LeadershipTH9:00AM12:30PMOFF SITEOakland Center View Books

Publications

Martin, D.E. (2011-Accepted) Culture and Unethical Conduct: Understanding the impact of individualism and collectivism on actual plagiarism Management Learning

Martin, D.E. (2011) Internal Compensation Structuring and Social Bias: Experimental Examinations of Point Factor Job Evaluation. Personnel Review Vol 40 (6)

Martin, D.E., Rao, A., Sloan, L. R. (2011) Ethnicity, Acculturation, and Plagiarism: A Criterion Study of Unethical Academic Conduct. Human Organization. Vol 70(1)

Martin, D.E. (2010) Open-Source Software Technology Yields Success in Research Courses. Business Education Forum October Volume

Martin, D.E. Austin, B. (2010) Validation of the Moral Competency Inventory Measurement Instrument: Content, Construct, Convergent and Discriminant Approaches Management Research Review. Vol. 33, 6

Martin, D.E., Moore, C., Hedgspeth, C. (2009) The Unobtrusive Knowledge Test: Validity and Impact of Stereotype Threat Equal Opportunities International Vol 28, No 7

Martin, D.E., Rao, A., Sloan, L. R. (2009) Plagiarism, Integrity, and Workplace Deviance: A Criterion Study Ethics and Behavior Vol 19, No 1, 36-51

Martin, D.E., Moore, C., Legree, P. J. (2007) Personnel Selection: An Application of the Unobtrusive Knowledge Test Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences Vol 16, No 1, 4-16

Martin, D.E., Wiley, D., Legree, P. J. (2007). Ethnocentrism and Internal Compensation Structuring: An Experimental Examination of Point Factor Job Evaluation. Western Journal of Human Resource Management

Rao, A., Martin, D.E. (2006). Intercultural Managerial Influence: The French experience in the U.S. Journal of International Business: Strategy

Legree, P. J., Martin, D.E., Medsker, G.  (2003). Tacit Driving Knowledge, Emotional Intelligence and Accident Risk: Traffic Safety Implications.  Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol 88(1), Feb 2003, 15-26.

Martin, D.E. (2000). Brought into the Fold: Influence and Persuasion in a Conversional Religious Setting. Skeptic Vol. 8 No. 2, 56

Legree, P. J., Martin, D.E. & Psotka, J.  (2000). Measuring cognitive aptitude using unobtrusive knowledge tests: A new survey technology.  Intelligence. Vol.28, No. 4, 291-308

Legree, P. J., Gade, P. & Martin, D.E.  (2000). Military enlistment and family dynamics: Youth and parental perspectives.  Military Psychology. Vol. 12, No. 1, 31

Chapters

Martin, D.E.: Understanding Plagiarism Behavior through Criterion Studies-Predictors of Actual Plagiarism in Wankle, C. & Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch (2011) Management Education for Integrity

Martin, D.E. Internal Compensation Discrimination: Empirical and Theoretical Developments. in Ozbilgin, M. (2009) Theory and Scholarship in Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Work: a research companion, Cheltenham and New York: Edward Elgar.

Academic Publications

Martin, D.E. (2003). Stereotype Threat, Cognitive Aptitude Measures and Social Identity. Howard University, Doctoral Dissertation               

Martin, D.E. (2001). Attribution of Justice in White-Collar Crime: The Impact of Ethnocentrism and Acculturation. Howard University, Masters Thesis       

Presentations

2011 “Taller de Invesigationes” (Research Workshop). Universidad Juarez Autonima de Tabasco, Villahermosa, Tabasco, MX.July 6-8, 2011

2011 EU Visiting Scholars-Stanford University: Peace Innovation Labs-Experience, Community and Opportunity

2011 Reunion of FIPSE Consortium, Villahermosa, Tabasco, MX. Understanding Intercultural and Multicultural Exchange

2010 Consortium of Mexican Universities (Keynote), Villahermosa, Tabasco, MX. Developing students, universities, and communities: The Peace Innovation Lab

2010 Guest Speaker: Galileo HS, San Francisco Understanding Applied Social Psychology

2009 Guest Speaker: Peninsula Kiwanis Club Understanding Hierarchy Maintenance and Social Outcomes

2009 Alliance to Facilitate Commercial Relationships and Tourism through the Development of Human Resources in North America, Hayward, CA Multinational Teaching and Research Collaboration through Moodle

2008 Alliance to Facilitate Commercial Relationships and Tourism through the Development of Human Resources in North America, Ottawa, Canada Using Open Source for Multinational Collaboration

2008 California State University, Back to the Bay, Hayward, CA Understanding Plagiarism

2008 India Community Center, Milpitas, CA Teamwork

2008 South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, South San Francisco, CA Understanding and Leveraging Diversity

2008 India Community Center, Milpitas, CA Management and Time Management

2006 India Community Center, Milpitas, CA Understanding Gender and Avoiding Sexual Harassment

2005 South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, South San Francisco, CA Understanding and Applying Performance Management

2004 American Electronics Association, San Jose, CA Strategic Job Analysis

2003 Personnel Testing Council of Northern California, Emeryville, CA Unobtrusive Measures, Cognitive Aptitude and Selection

Rockville Rotary Leadership, 2002 Rockville, MD Humor and Leadership: Empirical Review

NCS Pearson, 2002 Nationwide (8 locations) Structured Behavioral Interviewing

NCS Pearson, 2002, Atlanta, GA and Chicago, IL Structured Behavioral Interviewing ‘Train the trainer’

NCS Pearson, 2002 Nationwide Understanding the Federal Staffing Environment: Federal vs. Private Sector

Office of Personnel Management, 2000 Washington, D.C. Leadership and Humor: Theory and Practice

Grant Awards

2008- 2012 FIPSE Grant: Alliance to Facilitate Commercial Relationships and Tourism through the Development of Human Resources in North America

Service

Internal Service

2010 Five Year Curriculum Review Lead (Human Resources Management/Organizational Behavior)

2010 Leadership SLO Evaluations

2010 Curriculum Revision Committee

2009- Current: Faculty Advising Council

2009 Faculty Learning Community-Faculty Member: Diversity, Multicultural Learning, and Social Justice

2009 Student Advising Task Force: University Committee

2009 Leadership SLO Evaluations (Moscow, Russia)

2009 Curriculum Revision: Selecting, Maintaining and Retaining Employees

2009 College of Business and Economics Annual Retreat

2008-2009 Chairman-CSU, East Bay Honorary Degree Committee

2008 Leadership SLO Evaluations

2007-Current: Conflict Resolution Coordinator CBE wide

2008 Academic Integrity Week presentation “Understanding Plagiarism”

2008 Back to the Bay presentation “Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism”

2008 Review of Faculty Research

2007 Back to the Bay presentation “Using Open Source in Academia”

2008 College of Business and Economics Annual Retreat

2007 Leadership SLO Evaluations

2007 New Faculty Orientation Presentation

2007 Faculty Selection Committee Lead (Human Recourses/Organizational Behavior/Strategy)

2006 Leadership SLO Evaluations

2006 - 2009 Co-Area Head: Human Resources/Organizational Behavior Area, Management Department

2006/2007 Review of Faculty Research (2 Articles)

2006 Department of Management and Finance Tenure Track Selection Committee: HRM and Strategy

2006 College of Business and Economics Annual Retreat

2006: Faculty Development Center: Open Source and Academia

2005 Department of Management and Finance Tenure Track Selection Committee: Human Resources Management and Operations Management

2005 College of Business and Economics Annual Retreat
2005 Guest Presentation: Bias in Compensation Setting Methodology (Jeff Newcomb Marketing Course)

2005 Guest Presentation: Stereotype Threat and Pre-Employment Assessments (Asha Rao Research Methods Course)

2005 Invited Speaker: Current Topics in Economics (Charles Baird Course)

2004 Guest Presentation for Psi Chi (National Honors Organization in Psychology): Career Options in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

External Service

2009: Reviewer: Equal Opportunities International

2009 Track Chair: Psychology.  American Association of Business and Behavioral Science, Las Vegas, NV

2008 Invited Speaker: Leadership and Self Awareness: Junior League-San Francisco meeting, San Francisco, CA

2007 CSU, East Bay Open University: Introduction to Human Resources.

2007 Invited Speaker: Federal Workforce Planning: 2007 National Association of Retired Federal Employees meeting, San Francisco, San Mateo and San Bruno Branches

2006 Invited Speaker: Internal Compensation Discrimination and Ethnocentrism: EEOC Western District Offices

2006 Body Mass Index, Physical Exercise, Dietary and Demographic Analyses: SSFUSD

2005 Customer Satisfaction Survey: Oakland Chamber of Commerce (with MGMT 6550 students)

2005 Customer Satisfaction Survey: South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce (with MGMT 6550 students)

2005 Customer Satisfaction Survey: Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce (with MGMT 6550 students)

2005 Understanding Performance Management: South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

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