Jamie Perry

Associate Professor of Management
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Jamie Lyn Perry is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. Her research focuses on how to lead effective organizational teams, with specific interest in work team diversity, power and status structures, and conflict management. Current research explores the temporal effects of diversity, the relationship between diversity and social structures, and insights on how teams can cooperate and collaborate across divisions. Jamie has published research in Personnel Psychology, American Psychologist, Psychological Bulletin and Academy of Management Annals. Her work has garnered international media attention, with coverage from BBC World News, Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Time, among others. She has received awards for her research from Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and has served on the boards of professional associations such as the Conflict Management Division of the Academy of Management and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Jamie received her PhD in Organizational Behavior and MA in Psychology from Rutgers University. She holds a BS in Psychology and Sociology from University of Houston.
Ph.D., Organizational Management, Rutgers University, Newark & New Brunswick M.A., Psychology, Rutgers University, Camden B.S., Psychology and Sociology, University of Houston


  • Navigating inclusion: Thoughts and actions of leader enactment of inclusive environments in service work

    Roberson, Q.
  • Does a faultline bias exist?: When and how investor perceptions of start-up team divisions influence funding decisions

    Spell, C., Bezrukova, K.
  • Differentiating the effects of status and power in nursing teams

    Roberson, Q.
  • When and why do faultlines impact intergroup overrule decisions?: Clues from the Supreme Court of the United States

    Spell, C., Bezrukova, K.
  • A meta-analytic examination of critical contingencies in resource-based subgroups

    Bezrukova, K., Spell, C.


  • Inclusive leadership in thought and action: A thematic analysis

    2021 Group & Organization Management,47,4,755-778, Roberson, Q.

  • Work team diversity: Refocusing through the lens of team power and status

    2021 Social and Personality Psychology Compass,15,12,

  • Transforming Research on Diversity and Firm Performance: A Dynamic Capabilities Perspective

    2017 Academy of Management Annals,11,1,150-188, Roberson, Q., Holmes IV, O.

  • A Meta-Analytical Integration of over 40 years of Research on Diversity Training Evaluation

    2016 Psychological Bulletin,142,11,1227-1274, Bezrukova, K., Spell, C., Jehn, K.

  • Black and Blue: Exploring Racial Bias and Law Enforcement in the Killings of Unarmed Black Males

    2016 American Psychologist,71,3,175-186, Hall, A., Hall, E.

  • Violent splits or healthy divides? Coping with injustice through faultlines

    2010 Personnel Psychology,63,719-751, Bezrukova, K., Spell, C.