Presently, Anupama Narayan is primarily interested in the issues of individual and team performance and effectiveness specifically focusing on the role of individual motivation and both surface and deep-level diversity issues. In some initial research in collaboration with other colleagues, she has explored the role of gender composition of dyads on performance on a computer-based task that was embedded in either a masculine or feminine context. Results highlighted the complicated nature of gender composition of teams as an influence on performance.
Ph.D., Wright State University
MPhil, University of Delhi
M.S., Wright State University
M.A., University of Delhi
B.A., University of Delhi
Primary: Individual and Team effectiveness, Diversity, Motivation
Secondary: Training and Development, Organizational Culture and Climate, Work-family interface
Undergraduate: Introduction to Social Psychology, Psychology of Work
Graduate: Survey of Organizational Psychology, Teams
The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.
Miles*, S. R., Cromer, L. D. & Narayan, A. (2015). Applying Equity Theory to students’ perceptions of research participation requirements. Teaching of Psychology. (Journal 5 year Impact Factor: 0.83).
Narayan, Anupama et al. Tulsa Jewish Retirement & Health Center: Research Findings, Analysis, and Recommendations. 2014. Print.
Narayan, Anupama, and D Simonet. Clarehouse Program Evaluation. 2013. Print.
Narayan, Anupama, C Brown, and K Hannaim. Global Community Staff Development Training Needs Assessment (Phase 1). 2013. Print.
Narayan, Anupama et al. Sanctuary Church: Final Data Fsummary and Recommendations. 2011. Print.
Narayan, Anupama, and A Davis. Attitudes towards Organizational Wellness Program. 2011. Print.
Narayan, Anupama et al. Sanctuary Church: Culture Anbd Climate Assessment (Qualitative Data Results). 2010. Print.
Narayan, Anupama et al. Sanctuary Church Preliminary Data: Demographic Information and Patterns of Satisfaction. 2010. Print.
Academy of Management
Association for Psychological Science
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology