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Martin, Pearl Y. and Martin, Robin (2006). The effects of caffeine consumption on direct and indirect majority and minority influence. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36 (8), pp. 1961-1979.

Gardikiotis, Antonis, Martin, Robin and Hewstone, Miles (2005). Group consensus in social influence:type of consensus information as a moderator of majority and minority influence. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31 (9), pp. 1163-1174.

Epitropaki, Olga and Martin, Robin (2005). The moderating role of individual differences in the relation between transformational/transactional leadership perceptions and organizational identification. Leadership Quarterly, 16 (4), pp. 569-589.

Hogg, Michael A., Martin, Robin, Epitropaki, Olga, Mankad, Aditi, Svensson, Alicia and Weeden, Karen (2005). Effective leadership in salient groups:revisiting leader-member exchange theory from the perspective of the social identity theory of leadership. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31 (7), pp. 991-1004.

Epitropaki, Olga and Martin, Robin (2005). From ideal to real:a longitudinal study of the role of implicit leadership theories on leader-member exchanges and employee outcomes. Journal of Applied Psychology, 90 (4), pp. 659-676.

Martin, R., Thomas, G., Charles, K., Epitropaki, O. and McNamara, R. (2005). The role of leader-member exchanges in mediating the relationship between locus of control and work reactions. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 78 (1), pp. 141-147.

Martin, Pearl Y., Laing, Jenny, Martin, Robin and Mitchell, Melanie (2005). Caffeine, cognition, and persuasion:evidence for caffeine increasing the systematic processing of persuasive messages. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35 (1), pp. 160-182.

Martin, Robin (2004). The abstracts of the 4th UQ symposium on organisational psychology. Australian Journal of Psychology, 56 (S1), pp. 143-152.

Gardikiotis, Antonis, Martin, Robin and Hewstone, Miles (2004). The representation of majorities and minorities in the British Press:a content analytic approach. European Journal of Social Psychology, 34 (5), pp. 637-646.

Epitropaki, Olga and Martin, Robin (2004). Implicit leadership theories in applied settings:factor structure, generalizability, and stability over time. Journal of Applied Psychology, 89 (2), pp. 293-310.

Martin, Robin, Hewstone, Miles and Martin, Pearl Y. (2003). Resistance to persuasive messages as a function of majority and minority source status. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 39 (6), pp. 585-593.

Martin, Robin and Hewstone, Miles (2003). Majority versus minority influence:when, not whether, source status instigates heuristic or systematic processing. European Journal of Social Psychology, 33 (3), pp. 313-330.

Martin, Robin, Gardikiotis, Antonis and Hewstone, Miles (2002). Levels of consensus and majority and minority influence. European Journal of Social Psychology, 32 (5), pp. 645-665.

Martin, Robin and Epitropaki, Olga (2001). Role of organizational identification, on Implicit Leadership Theories ILTs, transformational leadership and work attitudes. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 4 (3), pp. 247-262.

Martin, Robin, Leach, Desmond J., Norman, Paul and Silvester, Joanne (2000). The role of attributions in reactions to job relocation. Work and Stress, 14 (4), pp. 347-361.

Martin, Robin and Hewstone, Miles (1999). Minority influence and optimal problem-solving. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29 (5-6), pp. 825-832.

Martin, Robin (1999). Adjusting to job relocation:relocation preparation can reduce relocation stress. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 72 (2), pp. 231-235.

Epitropaki, Olga and Martin, Robin (1999). The impact of relational demography on the quality of leader-member exchanges and employees' work attitudes and well-being. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 72 (2), pp. 237-240.

Martin, Robin (1996). Minority influence and argument generation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 35 (1), pp. 91-103.

Martin, Robin (1996). A longitudinal study examining the psychological reactions of job relocation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26 (3), pp. 265-282.

Jackson, Paul R. and Martin, Robin (1996). Impact of just-in-time on job content, employee attitudes and well-being:a longitudinal study. Ergonomics, 39 (1), pp. 1-16.

Martin, Robin (1995). Majority and minority influence using the afterimage paradigm:a replication with an unambiguous blue slide. European Journal of Social Psychology, 25 (4), pp. 373-381.

Martin, Robin (1995). The effects of prior moves on job relocation stress. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 68 (1), pp. 49-56.

Norman, Paul, Collins, Sylvie, Connor, Mark, Martin, Robin and Rance, Jaynie (1995). Attributions, cognitions, and coping styles:teleworkers' reactions to work-related problems. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 25 (2), pp. 117-128.

Martin, Robin and Davids, Keith (1995). The effects of group development techniques on a professional athletic team. Journal of Social Psychology, 135 (4), pp. 533-535.

Jackson, Paul R., Wall, Toby D., Martin, Robin and Davids, Keith (1993). New measures of job control, cognitive demand and production responsibility. Journal of Applied Psychology, 78 (5), pp. 753-762.

Martin, Robin (1992). The effects of ingroup-outgroup membership on minority influence when group membership is determined by a trivial categorisation. Social behavior and personality, 20 (3), pp. 131-142.

Martin, Robin (1991). School children's attitudes towards computers as a fucntion of gender, course subjects and availability of home computers. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 7 (3), pp. 187-194.

Wall, Toby D., Corbett, J. Martin, Martin, Robin, Clegg, Chris W. and Jackson, Paul R. (1990). Advanced manufacturing technology, work design, and performance:a change study. Journal of Applied Psychology, 75 (6), pp. 691-697.

Wall, Toby D., Corbett, J. Martin, Clegg, Chris W., Jackson, Paul R. and Martin, Robin (1990). Advanced manufacturing technology and work design:towards a theoretical framework. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 11 (3), pp. 201-219.

Martin, Robin and Wall, Toby D. (1989). Attentional demand and cost responsibility as stressors in shopfloor jobs. Academy of Management Journal, 32 (1), pp. 69-86.

Martin, Robin and Wall, Toby D. (1989). Double machine operation and psychological strain. Work and Stress, 3 (4), pp. 323-326.

Martin, Robin (1988). Attitudes towards advanced manufacturing technology (AMT):the role of AMT experience, skill level and job involvement. Social behaviour, 3 (4), pp. 297-305.

Martin, Robin (1988). Minority influence and 'trivial' social categorization. European Journal of Social Psychology, 18 (5), pp. 465-470.

Martin, Robin (1988). Minority influence and social categorization:a replication. European Journal of Social Psychology, 18 (4), pp. 369-373.

Martin, Robin (1988). Ingroup and outgroup minorities:differential impact upon public and private responses. European Journal of Social Psychology, 18 (1), pp. 39-52.

Book Section

Hogg, Michael A., Martin, R and Weedon, Karen (2003). Leader-member relations and social identity. IN: Leadership and power. van Knippenberg, Daan and Hogg, Michael A. (eds) London: SAGE.

Hogg, M.A. and Martin, R. (2003). Social identity analysis of leader-member relations:reconciling self-categorization and leader-member exchange theories of leadership. IN: Social identity at work. Haslam, S. Alexander; van Knippenberg, Daan; Platow, Michael J. and Ellemers, Naomi (eds) Hove (UK): Psychology Press.

Martin, R and Hewstone, M (2003). Social-influence processes of control and change:conformity, obedience to authority, and innovation. IN: The SAGE handbook of social psychology. Hogg, Michael A. and Cooper, Joel (eds) London (UK): SAGE.

Martin, Robin and Hewstone, Miles (2002). Conformity and independence in groups:majorities and minorities. IN: Blackwell handbooks of social psychology. Hogg, Michael A. and Tindale, R. Scott (eds) Oxford (US): Blackwell.

Hewstone, Miles, Martin, Robin, Hamer-Hewstone, Claudia, Crisp, Richard J. and Voci, Alberto (2002). Majority-minority relations in organizations:challenges and opportunities. IN: Social identity processes in organizational contexts. Hogg, Michael A. and Terry, Deborah J. (eds) Hove (UK): Psychology Press.

Martin, R and Hewstone, M (2001). Determinants and consequences of cognitive processes in majority and minority influence. IN: Social influence. Forgas, Joseph P. and Williams, Kipling D. (eds) Sydney Symposium in Social Psychology . Hove (US): Psychology Press.

Wall, Toby and Martin, Robin (1991). Work organization for CNC drilling machines:Paragon Electronics plc. IN: Cases in information technology, people and organizations. Legge, K. and Kemp, N. (eds) Oxford (UK): Blackwell.

Thesis

Martin, Raymond W. (1972). Toxicity as a factor influencing the distribution of gammorus pulex in some Midland rivers. Masters thesis, Aston University.

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