Ryan Jacobson, MA

Bio
Dr. Jacobson received a Ph.D. in Psychology, with an emphasis in Social Psychology, from Arizona State University. His primary research interests focus on the psychological mechanisms underlying social influence in the workplace, with a special emphasis on the effects of social norms on behavior. Other research interests include the effects of cultural diversity on individual and organizational performance as well as the antecedents of prosocial behavior in organizations. Dr. Jacobson is currently the co-director of the Anderson School of Management’s Behavioral Research Laboratory and often sponsors advanced undergraduate and graduate students on directed study projects associated with the lab. Dr. Jacobson currently teaches Organizational Behavior at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as a graduate course in Interpersonal and Team Dynamics. He has also taught introductory and advanced Social Psychology courses as well as introductory Research Methods.

Office Hours

  • Tuesday: 01:00 PM-02:30 PM

Courses

  • MGMT 506-001, R, 1230-1500, ASM 1004
  • MGMT 506-002, R, 1730-2000, ASM 1068
  • MGMT 506-100, R, 1230-1500, ASM 1004
  • MGMT 506-101, R, 1730-2000, ASM 1068

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

  • Kwan, V. S., Li, J. Y., White, A. E., Jacobson, R. .(2012). Cultural worldviews and consumer behavior.. Handbook of Culture and Consumer Behavior. Oxford University Press.
  • Jacobson, K. J., Jacobson, R. P.(2012). The effects of machismo values on organizational outcomes among Hispanic professionals: A research agenda. Hispanics@Work: A Collection of Research, Theory, and Application. Nova Science.
  • Bernstein, B. L., Jacobson, R. P., Russo, N. F.(2009). Mentoring women in context: Focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. The Praeger Handbook for Women Mentors: Transcending Barriers of Stereotype, Race, and Ethnicity. Praeger Publishers.
  • Knight, G. P., Jacobson, R. P., Gonzales, N. A., Roosa, M. W., Saenz, D. S.(2008). An evaluation of the psychological research on acculturation and enculturation processes among recently immigrating populations. Strengths and Challenges of New Immigrant Families: Implications for Research, Policy, Education, and Service. Lexington Publishers, Inc..

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

  • Hood, J. ., Jacobson, R. P., Jacobson, K. J. (2012). The impact of organizational norms on creating an ethical organizational culture free from workplace bullying. International Academy of Business Disciplines. [Refereed. Proceedings.]
  • Jacobson, R. P., Mortensen, C. R., Cialdini, R. B. (2011). Bodies obliged and unbound: Differentiated response tendencies for injunctive and descriptive social norms.. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Armenta, B. E., Knight, G. P., Carlo, G. ., Jacobson, R. P. (2011). The relation between ethnic group attachment and prosocial tendencies: The mediating role of cultural values.. European Journal of Social Psychology. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Jacobson, R. P., Jacobson, K. J., Hood, J. N. (2011). Using social norms theory to reduce workplace bullying. International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines. [Refereed. Proceedings.]

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.


This information contains published works and is based on a January snapshot of the Sedona system after material for the annual review has been requested.