Faculty and Staff

Dr. Madelynn Stackhouse

Assistant Professor

Department of Management

Bryan 369 mrstackh@uncg.edu (336) 256-8591 LinkedIn Download Curriculum Vitae


Dr. Madelynn Stackhouse
Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior
Department of Management
Bryan 369 mrstackh@uncg.edu
(336) 256-8591
Download Curriculum Vitae


PhD, University of Calgary, Canada (hons) – Management
MSc, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom (distinction)– Organizational Psychology
BA, University of Calgary, Canada (distinction) – Social and Cultural Anthropology
BA, University of Calgary, Canada (first clast hons) – Psychology

• Leadership and followership
• Ethics and morality
• Cross-cultural management

• Organizational Behavior (MGT 312)
• Industrial and Organizational Psychology (MGT 314)
• Cross-cultural Management (BUS 622)

Selected Publications

Stackhouse, M. (2019). Trait forgiveness as a predictor of state forgiveness and positive job outcomes after victimization. Personality and Individual Differences, 149, 209-213. (CABS 3).
Stackhouse, M. & Turner, N. (2019). How do organizational practices relate to perceived system safety effectiveness? Perceptions of safety climate and co-worker commitment to safety as workplace safety signals. Journal of Safety Research, 70, 59-69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsr.2019.04.002. (IF: 1.870).
Mahdavimazdeh, H., Falkenberg, L., & Stackhouse, M. (2019). The innovation value canvas: A guide to defining value propositions and target customers for commercialization of technological innovations. International Journal of Innovation Management, 2050012. (CABS 2).
Rasmussen, K. R., Stackhouse, M., Boon, S. D., Comstock, K., & Ross, R. (2019). Meta-analytic connections between forgiveness and health: the moderating effects of forgiveness-related distinctions. Psychology & Health, 34, 515-534. (IF: 2.182). –
White, K., Stackhouse, M. R. D., & Argo, J. J. (2018). When social identity threat leads to the selection of identity-reinforcing options: The role of public self-awareness. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 144, 60–73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.obhdp.2017.09.007. (CABS 4, FT50).

Additional Experience

Ten years of experience in business and consulting.