Leslie Ashburn-Nardo Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Psychology
Ph.D., Experimental (social) psychology, 2003, University of Kentucky
M.A., Psychology, 1997, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
B.A., Psychology, 1994, Wake Forest University
Association for Psychological Science
European Association of Social Psychology
Midwestern Psychological Association (Fellow)
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (Fellow)
Society for the Psychology of Women
Society for the Teaching of Psychology
Society of Experimental Social Psychology (Fellow)
2013-present Consulting Editor, Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology
For Spring 2015:
PSY-B 370: Social Psychology
My research is at the intersection of social and organizational psychology. My interests involve stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination, and their implications for organizational diversity and intergroup relations. Currently, my research focuses on 3 major questions:
- How do stereotypes influence climate and job-related outcomes for stigmatized targets?
- Under what conditions will people discriminate against members of their own ingroup?
- What can individuals and/or organizations do to combat discrimination and improve climate?
Hirsh, A., Hollingshead, N., Ashburn-Nardo, L., & Kroenke, K. (in press). The interaction of patient race, provider bias, and clinical ambiguity on pain treatment decisions. The Journal of Pain.
Ashburn-Nardo, L. (in press). What can allies do? In A. Colella & E. King (Eds.), The handbook of workplace discrimination. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Shockley, E., Wynn, A., & Ashburn-Nardo, L. (in press). Dimensions of Black identity predict system justification. Journal of Black Psychology.
Trump, R. C. E., Nittrouer, C. L., Hebl, M., Ashburn-Nardo, L. (in press). The inevitable stigma for childbearing-aged women in the workplace: Five perspectives on the pregnancy-work intersection. In C. Spitzmueller, & R. Matthews. (Eds.), Work and the transition to motherhood: Research perspectives. New York: Springer Press.
Stockdale, M. S., Sliter, K. A., & Ashburn-Nardo, L. (2015). Employment discrimination. In B. Cutler & P. Zapf (Eds.), APA Handbook of Forensic Psychology, Vol. 1: Individual and situational influences in criminal and civil contexts. APA handbooks in psychology, (pp. 511-532). Washington, D.C.: APA Press.
Ashburn-Nardo, L., Blanchar, J. C., Petersson, J., Morris, K. A., & Goodwin, S. A. (2014). Do you say something when it’s your boss? The role of perpetrator power in prejudice confrontation. Journal of Social Issues, 70, 615-636.
Johnson, J. D., & Ashburn-Nardo, L. (2014). Testing the “Black Code”: Does having White close friends elicit identity denial and decreased empathy from Black ingroup members? Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 369-376.
Johnson, J. D., Ashburn-Nardo, L., & Lecci, L. (2013). Individual differences in discrimination expectations moderate the impact of target stereotypically Black physical features on racism-related responses in Blacks. Journal of Black Psychology, 39, 560-584.
Czopp, A. M., & Ashburn-Nardo, L. (2012). Interpersonal confrontations of prejudice. In D. W. Russell & C. A. Russell (Eds.), The psychology of prejudice: Interdisciplinary perspectives on contemporary issues. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Awards & Honors
Selected from last 3 years:
2014 Honorable Mention, Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring Award, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
2014 Fellow, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
2014 Fellow, Midwestern Psychological Association
2014 Full Member, European Association of Social Psychology
2013 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Multicultural Teaching, IUPUI
2012 Chancellor’s Diversity Scholar Award, IUPUI