Daniel E. Martin
California State University, East Bay
Publications 28
#1James N. Kirby (UQ: University of Queensland)H-Index: 12
#2Emma Seppala (Stanford University)H-Index: 9
Last.James R. Doty (Stanford University)H-Index: 10
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Compassion is multifaceted in both expression and motivation. It is influenced by a range of contextual and situational factors. This study aims to investigate how positive and negative attitudes towards compassion are associated with the presentation of compassionate outcomes. In particular, we examined how positive attitudes towards compassion (compassion satisfaction) and negative attitudes towards compassion (fears of compassion) can influence the presentation of compassion-related emotions,...
#1Daniel E. Martin (CSU: California State University)H-Index: 7
#2Yotam Heineberg (Stanford University)H-Index: 3
#1Daniel E. Martin (Stanford University)H-Index: 7
#2Emma Seppala (Stanford University)H-Index: 9
Last.YanYan Zhou (CSUEB: California State University, East Bay)H-Index: 1
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Business students appear predisposed to select disciplines consistent with pre-existing worldviews. These disciplines (e.g., economics) then further reinforce the worldviews which may not always be adaptive. For example, high levels of Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) is a trait often found in business school students (Sidanius et al., Political Psychol 12(4):691–721, 1991). SDO is a competitive and hierarchical worldview and belief-system that ascribes people to higher or lower social ranking...
#1Daniel E. Martin (Stanford University)H-Index: 7
#2Stephen BokH-Index: 2
Mentorship programs allow organizations to implement policies and programs to pass job-related knowledge from current employees to new incumbents to increase the competitive edge of their firm (Appelbaum, Ritchie & Shapiro, 1994; DeLong, Gabarro & Lees, 2008). Mentoring is defined as: a process for the informal transmission of knowledge, social capital, and psychosocial support perceived by the recipient as relevant to work, career, or professional development; mentoring entails informal communi...
#1Daniel E. Martin (CSUEB: California State University, East Bay)H-Index: 7
This criterion study examined the impact of the cultural dimensions of individualism and collectivism on actual plagiarism in working business students. Given globalization of business and recent business scandals, furthering our understanding of international ethics remains critical. Business students are the potential employees, managers and leaders of organizations in the future. In this study we focus on one form of unethical conduct by business students, i.e. actual plagiarism, and seek to ...
#1Daniel E. MartinH-Index: 7
Individual differences have been shown to impact whistle blowing (Miceli & Near, 1988; Mesmer-Magnus & Viswesvaran, 2005; Brinker, Dozier & Miceli, 1985). This study empirically examines previously unexplored effects on whistle blowing of a specific set of individual differences variables. These variables are religiosity, spirituality, integrity, and preference for social hierarchies. In addition, in that contextual variables can be expected to modify the impact of individual differences, we tes...
#1Daniel E. Martin (CSU: California State University)H-Index: 7
Purpose – Research regarding pay inequities between the sexes is well established; however, internal compensation strategies and perceived labor pools (percentage of gender/minority applicants) have not been explored in depth. This paper aims to address this issue.Design/methodology/approach – A total of 381 business students and 101 compensation specialists/managers participated in two experimental studies to establish the impact of perceived labor pools' ethnicity and gender on compensable fac...