Professor Michelle Ryan
Professor of Social and Organisational Psychology/ Dean of Postgraduate Research and Director of the University of Exeter Doctoral College

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Key publications



Kulich C, Lorenzi-Cioldi F, Iacoviello V, Faniko K, Ryan MK (2015). Signaling change during a crisis: Refining conditions for the glass cliff. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 61, 96-103. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ, Fransen K, Yang J, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Peters K, Boen F, et al (2014). Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model. Leadership Quarterly, 25(5), 1001-1024. Abstract. DOI.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2014). The Political Glass Cliff: Understanding How Seat Selection Contributes to the Underperformance of Ethnic Minority Candidates. Political Research Quarterly, 67(1), 84-95. Abstract. DOI.
Rink F, Ryan MK, Stoker JI (2013). Social resources at a time of crisis: How gender stereotypes inform gendered leader evaluations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(5), 381-392. Abstract. DOI.
Rink F, Ryan MK, Stoker JI (2012). Influence in times of crisis: how social and financial resources affect men's and women's evaluations of glass-cliff positions. Psychol Sci, 23(11), 1306-1313. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Ellemers N, Rink F, Derks B, Ryan MK (2012). Women in high places: When and why promoting women into top positions can harm them individually or as a group (and how to prevent this). Research in Organizational Behavior, 32, 163-187. Abstract. DOI.

Publications by category


Books

Ryan MK, Haslam SA (In Press). The Glass Cliff: Social psychology and the dynamics of women and leadership., Palgrave Macmillan.
Ryan MK, Branscombe NR (2012). The Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology., Sage.
Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (2009). The Glass Ceiling in the 21st Century: Understanding Barriers to Gender Equality. , APA.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Wilson-Kovacs, M.D. Hersby, M.D. (2007). The Glass Cliff: Precariousness beyond the Glass Ceiling. A CIPD Executive Briefing.  London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Journal articles

Ryan MK, David, B (In Press). A gendered self or a gendered context: a self-categorization approach to independence and interdependence. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
Ryan MK, Stoker J, Hersby MD (In Press). Developing leaders: Explaining the effectiveness of transformational leadership. Manuscript in submission: Universities of Exeter and Groningen
Peters. K, Ryan MK, Haslam, S.A (In Press). Fitting in and getting on: Stereotype fit and leadership aspirations among women in the police force. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
Reynolds, K. J, Bizumic, B, Turner, J. C, Ryan MK, Mavor, K. I, McKone, E (In Press). How malleable is prejudice?. A closer look at authoritarianism and implicit and explicit prejudice. Manuscript under review: the Australian National University
Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Atkins C (In Press). Investing with prejudice: the relationship between women’s presence on company boards and objective and subjective measures of company performance. British Journal of Management
Hersby MK, Jetten J, Ryan MK, Schmitt MT (In Press). Responding to group-based discrimination: the impact of social structure on willingness to engage in mentoring. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations
Hersby, M, Ryan MK, Jetten, J (In Press). Responding to group-based discrimination: the impact of social structure on willingness to engage in mentoring. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (In Press). Social and relational identification as determinants of care workers’ motivation and wellbeing. Frontiers in Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
O’Donnell, A. T, Ryan MK, Jetten, J (In Press). The hidden costs of surveillance on performance. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
Giessner, S. R, Ryan MK, Schubert, T. W (In Press). The power of pictures: Vertical picture angles and power perceptions. Manuscript under review: Erasmus University Rotterdam
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (In Press). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Manuscript under review: the University of Exeter Full text.
Wilson-Kovacs D, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (In Press). Using innovative qualitative methodology in the study of barriers in the workplace. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
O Donnell AT, Jetten J, Ryan MK (In Press). Watching over your own: How surveillance moderates the impact of shared identity on perceptions of leaders and follower behaviour. European Journal of Social Psychology
Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog L (In Press). Who gets the carrot and who gets the stick? Evidence of gender disparities in executive remuneration. Strategic Management Journal.
Peters KO, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Fonseca M (In Press). Working with subgroup identities to build organizational identification and support for organizational strategy: a test of the ASPIRe model. Group and Organization Management Abstract.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Millard K (2017). Genius begins at home: Shared social identity enhances the recognition of creative performance. British Journal of Psychology Full text. DOI.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Morgenroth T, Rink F, Stoker J, Peters K (2016). Getting on top of the glass cliff: Reviewing a decade of evidence, Explanations, and impact. Leadership Quarterly, 27(3), 446-455. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Peters K, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2015). Marines, medics, and machismo: Lack of fit with masculine occupational stereotypes discourages men's participation. British Journal of Psychology, 106(4), 635-655. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Read SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (2015). Negotiating identity: a qualitative analysis of stigma and support seeking for individuals with cerebral palsy. Disabil Rehabil, 37(13), 1162-1169. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Kulich C, Lorenzi-Cioldi F, Iacoviello V, Faniko K, Ryan MK (2015). Signaling change during a crisis: Refining conditions for the glass cliff. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 61, 96-103. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Morgenroth T, Ryan MK, Peters K (2015). The motivational theory of role modeling: How role models influence role aspirants' goals. Review of General Psychology, 19(4), 465-483. Abstract. DOI.
Bruckmüller S, Ryan MK, Rink F, Haslam SA (2014). Beyond the glass ceiling: the glass cliff and its lessons for organizational policy. Social Issues and Policy Review, 8(1), 202-232. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ, Fransen K, Yang J, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Peters K, Boen F, et al (2014). Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model. Leadership Quarterly, 25(5), 1001-1024. Abstract. DOI.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2014). The Political Glass Cliff: Understanding How Seat Selection Contributes to the Underperformance of Ethnic Minority Candidates. Political Research Quarterly, 67(1), 84-95. Abstract. DOI.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kessler T (2013). Leader performance and prototypicality: Their inter-relationship and impact on leaders' identity entrepreneurship. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(7), 606-613. Abstract. DOI.
Rink F, Ryan MK, Stoker JI (2013). Social resources at a time of crisis: How gender stereotypes inform gendered leader evaluations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(5), 381-392. Abstract. DOI.
O'Donnell AT, Ryan MK, Jetten J (2013). The hidden costs of surveillance for performance and helping behaviour. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 16(2), 246-256. Abstract. DOI.
Rink F, Ryan MK, Stoker JI (2012). Influence in times of crisis: how social and financial resources affect men's and women's evaluations of glass-cliff positions. Psychol Sci, 23(11), 1306-1313. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Ellemers N, Rink F, Derks B, Ryan MK (2012). Women in high places: When and why promoting women into top positions can harm them individually or as a group (and how to prevent this). Research in Organizational Behavior, 32, 163-187. Abstract. DOI.
Giessner SR, Ryan MK, Schubert TW (2011). The power of pictures: Vertical picture angles and power perceptions. Media Psychology
Gartzia L, Ryan MK, Balluerka N, Aritzeta A (2011). Think crisis – think female: Further evidence. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology DOI.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (2011). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Journal of Applied Psychology
Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog LDR (2011). Who Gets the Carrot and Who Gets the Stick? Evidence of Gender Disparities in Executive Remuneration. Strategic Management Journal, 32(3), 301-321. Full text. DOI.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Kulich C (2010). Politics and the glass cliff: Evidence that women are preferentially selected to contest hard-to-win seat. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34, 56-64. Abstract.  Full text.
O Donnell AT, Jetten J, Ryan MK (2010). Who is watching over you? the role of shared identity in perceptions of surveillance. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 135-147.
Hersby MD, Ryan MK, Jetten J (2009). Getting Together to Get Ahead: the Impact of Social Structure on Women's Networking. BRIT J MANAGE, 20(4), 415-430. Abstract. DOI.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2009). Glass cliffs are not so easily scaled: on the precariousness of female CEOs’ positions. British Journal of Management, 20, 13-16.
Iyer A, Ryan MK (2009). Why do men and women challenge gender discrimination in the workplace? the role of group status and in-group identification in predicting pathways to collective action. Journal of Social Issues, 65(4), 791-814. Abstract. DOI.
Grace D, David, B. Ryan, M.K. (2008). Investigating pre-schoolers’ categorical thinking about gender through imitation, attention and the use of self-categories. Child Development, 79, 1928-1941.
Wilson-Kovacs D, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Rabinovich A (2008). Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn't necessarily mean that you can still participate: barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society, 23(7), 705-717.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Hersby, M.D. Kulich, C. (2008). Opting out or pushed off the edge? the glass cliff and the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 1, 266–279.
Jones SE, Haslam SA, York L, Ryan MK (2008). Rotten apple or rotten barrel? Social identity and children's responses to bullying. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 26, 117-132. Author URL. DOI.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK (2008). The road to the glass cliff: Differences in the perceived suitability of men and women for leadership positions in succeeding and failing organizations. Leadership Quarterly, 19(5), 530-546. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Turner, J.C. Haslam, S.A. Ryan, M.K. (2007).  Does personality explain ingroup identification and discrimination? Evidence from the minimal group paradigm. British Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 517-539.
Ashby J, Ryan, M.K. Haslam, S.A. (2007). Legal work and the glass cliff: Evidence that women are preferentially selected to lead problematic cases. William and Mary Journal of Women and Law, 13(3), 775-794.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Postmes, T. (2007). Reactions to the glass cliff: Gender differences in the explanations for the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 20, 182-197.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2007). The glass cliff: Exploring the dynamics surrounding the appointment of women to precarious leadership positions. Academy of Management Review, 32(2), 549-572.
Kulich C, Ryan, M.K. Haslam, S.A. (2007). Where is the romance for women leaders? the effects of gender on leadership attributions and performance-based pay. Applied Psychology: an International Review, 56, 582-601. DOI.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2007). Where is the romance for women leaders? the effects of gender on leadership attributions and performance-based pay. Applied Psychology-an International Review-Psychologie Appliquee-Revue Internationale, 56(4), 582-601. Abstract. DOI.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Spears R (2006). Sticking to our guns: social identity as a basis for the maintenance of commitment to faltering organizational projects. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27(5), 607-628. DOI.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2006). The Glass Cliff: the stress of working on the edge. European Business Forum, 27, 42-47.
Ryan, M.K. Haslam, S.A. (2006). The glass-cliff: Women's career paths in the private IT sector. Equal Opportunities International,, 25, 674-687.
Morton TA, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Ryan MK (2006). We value what values us: the appeal of identity-affirming science. Political Psychology, 27(6), 823-838. Abstract. DOI.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2006). What lies beyond the glass ceiling? the glass cliff and the potential precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Human Resources Management International Digest, 14, 3-5.
Platow MJ, Byrne L, Ryan MK (2005). Experimentally manipulated high in-group status can buffer personal self-esteem against discrimination. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 35(5), 599-608. Author URL. DOI.
Filardo, F. Troselj, L. Grace, D.M. Ryan M (2005). Non-instrumental voice and extra-role behaviour. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 135-146.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2005). The glass cliff: Evidence that women are over-represented in precarious leadership positions. British Journal of Management, 16(2), 81-90. DOI.
Ryan MK, David, B. Reynolds, K.J. (2004). ‘Who cares?: the effect of gender and context on the self and moral reasoning. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 28(3), 246-255.
Ryan M, David, B. (2003). Gender differences in ways of knowing: the context dependence of the Attitudes Toward Thinking and Learning Survey. Sex Roles, 49, 693-699.
Reynolds KJ, Oakes PJ, Alexander Haslam S, Turner JC, Ryan MK (2003). Social identity as the basis of group entitativity: Elaborating the case for the "science of social groups per se". , 236-248. DOI.
Ryan MK, Turner JC, Reynolds KJ (2002). The importance of self-categorisation in understanding implicit and explicit prejudice. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 54(2), 129-129. Author URL.
Reynolds K, Turner JC, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2002). The role of individual differences and ingroup identification in discrimination between minimal groups. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 54(2), 128-129. Author URL.
Ryan MK, David B (2001). Moral reasoning, gender, the self and social context. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 53, 127-127. Author URL.
Haslam S, Platow, M.J. Turner, J.C. Reynolds, K.J. McGarty C, Oakes P, Johnson S, Ryan M, Veenstra K (2001). Social identity and the romance of leadership: the importance of being seen to be ‘doing it for us’. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 4, 191-205.
Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA, Ryan MK (2001). The role of personality and group factors in explaining prejudice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 37(5), 427-434. DOI.

Chapters

Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Hersby, M.D. Kulich, C. (In Press). Beyond the glass ceiling: the glass cliff and the precarious of women on the board. In Vinnicombe S, Burke R, Singh V, Bilimoria D, Huse M (Eds.) Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Research and Practice, Edward Elgar.
Bruckmüller S, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Peters K (In Press). Ceilings, cliffs, and labyrinths: Exploring metaphors for workplace gender discrimination. In Ryan MK, Branscombe NR (Eds.) Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology.
Morgenroth T, Rink F, Ryan M, Stoker J (2015). The Glass Cliff: Understanding the Precariousness of Women’s Leadership Position and the Underlying Mechanisms. In Welpe IM, Brosi P, Ritzenhöfer L, Schwarzmüller T (Eds.) Auswahl von Männern und Frauen als Führungskräfte: Perspektiven aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Medien und Politik, 127-133.
Ryan MK, Branscombe NR (2013). Understanding gender: Methods, content, and controversies. In  (Ed) The SAGE Handbook of Gender and Psychology, 3-10. DOI.
Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (2009). Introduction. In Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (Eds.) The Glass ceiling in the 21st century: Understanding barriers to gender equality, APA Division 35 Book Series. 3-18.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Kulich C, Wilson-Kovacs D (2009). The stress of working on the edge: Examining the implications of glass cliffs for both women and organizations. In Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (Eds.) Barriers to diversity: the glass ceiling 20 years on, London: APA Division 35 Book Series, 153-165.
Ryan M, Kulich C, Haslam S, Hersby M, Atkins C (2008). Examining gendered experiences beyond the glass ceiling: the precariousness of the glass cliff and the gender pay gap. In Vinnicombe S, Burke R, Singh V, Bilimoria D, Huse M (Eds.) Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Research and Practice, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 165-183.
Barreto, M, Ryan MK, Schmitt, M (2008). The Glass Ceiling in the 21st Century: Understanding Barriers to Gender Equality. In Barreto, M, Ryan, K M, Schmitt, M (Eds.) The Glass Ceiling in the 21st Century: Understanding Barriers to Gender Equality, APA Division 35 Book Series, 9-18.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Hersby, M.D. Kulich, C. (2008). The stress of working on the edge: Examining the implications of glass cliffs for both women and organizations. In Barreto, M, Ryan, K M, Schmitt, M (Eds.) The Glass Ceiling in the 21st Century: Understanding Barriers to Gender Equality, APA Division 35 Book Series.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2007). Beyond the Glass Ceiling: the glass cliff and the precariousness of women in leadership. In Jefferson T, Lord L, Nelson N, Preston A (Eds.) Changes. Challenges. Choices, 272-285.  Author URL.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2005). The glass cliff: Implicit theories of leadership and gender and the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. In Schyns B, Meindl JR (Eds.) Implicit leadership theories: Essays and explorations, Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, 137-160.
Oakes, P.J. Haslam, S.A. Turner, J.C. Ryan MK (2004). To think, feel, and act as an entity: Cognitive, motivational, and contextual determinants of group psychology. In Yzerbyt V, Judd CM, Corneille C (Eds.) The Psychology of Group Perception: Contributions to the Study of Homogeneity, Entitativity, and Essentialism, New York: Psychology Press, 317-334.
Grace, D. Ryan, M.K. (2003). The gender wars: a self-categorization perspective on the development of gender identity. In Bennett M, Sani F (Eds.) The Development of the Social Self, Hove: Psychology Press, 135-157.

Conferences

Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog LDR (2008). Who Gets the Carrot and Who Gets the Stick? Evidence of Gender Disparities in Executive Remuneration. Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2008. Anaheim, CA (USA). 8th - 13th Aug 2008.

Reports

Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2009). Introducing the glass cliff.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Kulich C (2007). Managing diversity and the glass cliff - Research into Practice. London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2007). The Glass Cliff: the risks of being on top. CIPD Change Agenda.  London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Wilson-Kovacs, D, Haslam, S.A, Ryan MK (2006). Exploring the Glass Cliff: Women’s Experiences. in IT.
Haslam, S.A, Ryan MK (2006). Women on the Glass Cliff. IDS: Diversity at work., March Issue. London: Incomes Data Services. 11 pages.
Haslam, S.A. Hersby, M.D. Atkins, C. (2006). Women’s potential, our passion: a survey of EMEA Women@Microsoft. Research report prepared for EMEA Microsoft, Exeter, March.
Ryan MK, Haslam, S.A. (2004). Beyond the glass ceiling. Women in the Boardroom: a Bird’s Eye View (pp 2-3). CIPD Change Agenda. June Issue.  London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2004). Women and leadership: the 'glass cliff' beyond the 'glass ceiling', Institute of Directors South West.  Torquay.

Publications by year



In Press

Ryan MK, David, B (In Press). A gendered self or a gendered context: a self-categorization approach to independence and interdependence. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Hersby, M.D. Kulich, C. (In Press). Beyond the glass ceiling: the glass cliff and the precarious of women on the board. In Vinnicombe S, Burke R, Singh V, Bilimoria D, Huse M (Eds.) Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Research and Practice, Edward Elgar.
Bruckmüller S, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Peters K (In Press). Ceilings, cliffs, and labyrinths: Exploring metaphors for workplace gender discrimination. In Ryan MK, Branscombe NR (Eds.) Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology.
Ryan MK, Stoker J, Hersby MD (In Press). Developing leaders: Explaining the effectiveness of transformational leadership. Manuscript in submission: Universities of Exeter and Groningen
Peters. K, Ryan MK, Haslam, S.A (In Press). Fitting in and getting on: Stereotype fit and leadership aspirations among women in the police force. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
Reynolds, K. J, Bizumic, B, Turner, J. C, Ryan MK, Mavor, K. I, McKone, E (In Press). How malleable is prejudice?. A closer look at authoritarianism and implicit and explicit prejudice. Manuscript under review: the Australian National University
Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Atkins C (In Press). Investing with prejudice: the relationship between women’s presence on company boards and objective and subjective measures of company performance. British Journal of Management
Hersby MK, Jetten J, Ryan MK, Schmitt MT (In Press). Responding to group-based discrimination: the impact of social structure on willingness to engage in mentoring. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations
Hersby, M, Ryan MK, Jetten, J (In Press). Responding to group-based discrimination: the impact of social structure on willingness to engage in mentoring. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (In Press). Social and relational identification as determinants of care workers’ motivation and wellbeing. Frontiers in Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA (In Press). The Glass Cliff: Social psychology and the dynamics of women and leadership., Palgrave Macmillan.
O’Donnell, A. T, Ryan MK, Jetten, J (In Press). The hidden costs of surveillance on performance. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
Giessner, S. R, Ryan MK, Schubert, T. W (In Press). The power of pictures: Vertical picture angles and power perceptions. Manuscript under review: Erasmus University Rotterdam
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (In Press). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Manuscript under review: the University of Exeter Full text.
Wilson-Kovacs D, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (In Press). Using innovative qualitative methodology in the study of barriers in the workplace. Manuscript under review: University of Exeter
O Donnell AT, Jetten J, Ryan MK (In Press). Watching over your own: How surveillance moderates the impact of shared identity on perceptions of leaders and follower behaviour. European Journal of Social Psychology
Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog L (In Press). Who gets the carrot and who gets the stick? Evidence of gender disparities in executive remuneration. Strategic Management Journal.
Peters KO, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Fonseca M (In Press). Working with subgroup identities to build organizational identification and support for organizational strategy: a test of the ASPIRe model. Group and Organization Management Abstract.

2017

Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Millard K (2017). Genius begins at home: Shared social identity enhances the recognition of creative performance. British Journal of Psychology Full text. DOI.

2016

Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Morgenroth T, Rink F, Stoker J, Peters K (2016). Getting on top of the glass cliff: Reviewing a decade of evidence, Explanations, and impact. Leadership Quarterly, 27(3), 446-455. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2015

Peters K, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2015). Marines, medics, and machismo: Lack of fit with masculine occupational stereotypes discourages men's participation. British Journal of Psychology, 106(4), 635-655. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Read SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (2015). Negotiating identity: a qualitative analysis of stigma and support seeking for individuals with cerebral palsy. Disabil Rehabil, 37(13), 1162-1169. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Kulich C, Lorenzi-Cioldi F, Iacoviello V, Faniko K, Ryan MK (2015). Signaling change during a crisis: Refining conditions for the glass cliff. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 61, 96-103. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Morgenroth T, Rink F, Ryan M, Stoker J (2015). The Glass Cliff: Understanding the Precariousness of Women’s Leadership Position and the Underlying Mechanisms. In Welpe IM, Brosi P, Ritzenhöfer L, Schwarzmüller T (Eds.) Auswahl von Männern und Frauen als Führungskräfte: Perspektiven aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Medien und Politik, 127-133.
Morgenroth T, Ryan MK, Peters K (2015). The motivational theory of role modeling: How role models influence role aspirants' goals. Review of General Psychology, 19(4), 465-483. Abstract. DOI.

2014

Bruckmüller S, Ryan MK, Rink F, Haslam SA (2014). Beyond the glass ceiling: the glass cliff and its lessons for organizational policy. Social Issues and Policy Review, 8(1), 202-232. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ, Fransen K, Yang J, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Peters K, Boen F, et al (2014). Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model. Leadership Quarterly, 25(5), 1001-1024. Abstract. DOI.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2014). The Political Glass Cliff: Understanding How Seat Selection Contributes to the Underperformance of Ethnic Minority Candidates. Political Research Quarterly, 67(1), 84-95. Abstract. DOI.

2013

Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kessler T (2013). Leader performance and prototypicality: Their inter-relationship and impact on leaders' identity entrepreneurship. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(7), 606-613. Abstract. DOI.
Rink F, Ryan MK, Stoker JI (2013). Social resources at a time of crisis: How gender stereotypes inform gendered leader evaluations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(5), 381-392. Abstract. DOI.
O'Donnell AT, Ryan MK, Jetten J (2013). The hidden costs of surveillance for performance and helping behaviour. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 16(2), 246-256. Abstract. DOI.
Ryan MK, Branscombe NR (2013). Understanding gender: Methods, content, and controversies. In  (Ed) The SAGE Handbook of Gender and Psychology, 3-10. DOI.

2012

Rink F, Ryan MK, Stoker JI (2012). Influence in times of crisis: how social and financial resources affect men's and women's evaluations of glass-cliff positions. Psychol Sci, 23(11), 1306-1313. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Ryan MK, Branscombe NR (2012). The Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology., Sage.
Ellemers N, Rink F, Derks B, Ryan MK (2012). Women in high places: When and why promoting women into top positions can harm them individually or as a group (and how to prevent this). Research in Organizational Behavior, 32, 163-187. Abstract. DOI.

2011

Giessner SR, Ryan MK, Schubert TW (2011). The power of pictures: Vertical picture angles and power perceptions. Media Psychology
Gartzia L, Ryan MK, Balluerka N, Aritzeta A (2011). Think crisis – think female: Further evidence. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology DOI.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (2011). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Journal of Applied Psychology
Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog LDR (2011). Who Gets the Carrot and Who Gets the Stick? Evidence of Gender Disparities in Executive Remuneration. Strategic Management Journal, 32(3), 301-321. Full text. DOI.

2010

Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Kulich C (2010). Politics and the glass cliff: Evidence that women are preferentially selected to contest hard-to-win seat. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34, 56-64. Abstract.  Full text.
O Donnell AT, Jetten J, Ryan MK (2010). Who is watching over you? the role of shared identity in perceptions of surveillance. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 135-147.

2009

Hersby MD, Ryan MK, Jetten J (2009). Getting Together to Get Ahead: the Impact of Social Structure on Women's Networking. BRIT J MANAGE, 20(4), 415-430. Abstract. DOI.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2009). Glass cliffs are not so easily scaled: on the precariousness of female CEOs’ positions. British Journal of Management, 20, 13-16.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2009). Introducing the glass cliff.
Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (2009). Introduction. In Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (Eds.) The Glass ceiling in the 21st century: Understanding barriers to gender equality, APA Division 35 Book Series. 3-18.
Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (2009). The Glass Ceiling in the 21st Century: Understanding Barriers to Gender Equality. , APA.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Kulich C, Wilson-Kovacs D (2009). The stress of working on the edge: Examining the implications of glass cliffs for both women and organizations. In Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (Eds.) Barriers to diversity: the glass ceiling 20 years on, London: APA Division 35 Book Series, 153-165.
Iyer A, Ryan MK (2009). Why do men and women challenge gender discrimination in the workplace? the role of group status and in-group identification in predicting pathways to collective action. Journal of Social Issues, 65(4), 791-814. Abstract. DOI.

2008

Ryan M, Kulich C, Haslam S, Hersby M, Atkins C (2008). Examining gendered experiences beyond the glass ceiling: the precariousness of the glass cliff and the gender pay gap. In Vinnicombe S, Burke R, Singh V, Bilimoria D, Huse M (Eds.) Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Research and Practice, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 165-183.
Grace D, David, B. Ryan, M.K. (2008). Investigating pre-schoolers’ categorical thinking about gender through imitation, attention and the use of self-categories. Child Development, 79, 1928-1941.
Wilson-Kovacs D, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Rabinovich A (2008). Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn't necessarily mean that you can still participate: barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society, 23(7), 705-717.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Hersby, M.D. Kulich, C. (2008). Opting out or pushed off the edge? the glass cliff and the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 1, 266–279.
Jones SE, Haslam SA, York L, Ryan MK (2008). Rotten apple or rotten barrel? Social identity and children's responses to bullying. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 26, 117-132. Author URL. DOI.
Barreto, M, Ryan MK, Schmitt, M (2008). The Glass Ceiling in the 21st Century: Understanding Barriers to Gender Equality. In Barreto, M, Ryan, K M, Schmitt, M (Eds.) The Glass Ceiling in the 21st Century: Understanding Barriers to Gender Equality, APA Division 35 Book Series, 9-18.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK (2008). The road to the glass cliff: Differences in the perceived suitability of men and women for leadership positions in succeeding and failing organizations. Leadership Quarterly, 19(5), 530-546. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Hersby, M.D. Kulich, C. (2008). The stress of working on the edge: Examining the implications of glass cliffs for both women and organizations. In Barreto, M, Ryan, K M, Schmitt, M (Eds.) The Glass Ceiling in the 21st Century: Understanding Barriers to Gender Equality, APA Division 35 Book Series.
Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog LDR (2008). Who Gets the Carrot and Who Gets the Stick? Evidence of Gender Disparities in Executive Remuneration. Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2008. Anaheim, CA (USA). 8th - 13th Aug 2008.

2007

Turner, J.C. Haslam, S.A. Ryan, M.K. (2007).  Does personality explain ingroup identification and discrimination? Evidence from the minimal group paradigm. British Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 517-539.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2007). Beyond the Glass Ceiling: the glass cliff and the precariousness of women in leadership. In Jefferson T, Lord L, Nelson N, Preston A (Eds.) Changes. Challenges. Choices, 272-285.  Author URL.
Ashby J, Ryan, M.K. Haslam, S.A. (2007). Legal work and the glass cliff: Evidence that women are preferentially selected to lead problematic cases. William and Mary Journal of Women and Law, 13(3), 775-794.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Kulich C (2007). Managing diversity and the glass cliff - Research into Practice. London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Postmes, T. (2007). Reactions to the glass cliff: Gender differences in the explanations for the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 20, 182-197.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Wilson-Kovacs, M.D. Hersby, M.D. (2007). The Glass Cliff: Precariousness beyond the Glass Ceiling. A CIPD Executive Briefing.  London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2007). The Glass Cliff: the risks of being on top. CIPD Change Agenda.  London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2007). The glass cliff: Exploring the dynamics surrounding the appointment of women to precarious leadership positions. Academy of Management Review, 32(2), 549-572.
Kulich C, Ryan, M.K. Haslam, S.A. (2007). Where is the romance for women leaders? the effects of gender on leadership attributions and performance-based pay. Applied Psychology: an International Review, 56, 582-601. DOI.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2007). Where is the romance for women leaders? the effects of gender on leadership attributions and performance-based pay. Applied Psychology-an International Review-Psychologie Appliquee-Revue Internationale, 56(4), 582-601. Abstract. DOI.

2006

Wilson-Kovacs, D, Haslam, S.A, Ryan MK (2006). Exploring the Glass Cliff: Women’s Experiences. in IT.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Spears R (2006). Sticking to our guns: social identity as a basis for the maintenance of commitment to faltering organizational projects. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27(5), 607-628. DOI.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2006). The Glass Cliff: the stress of working on the edge. European Business Forum, 27, 42-47.
Ryan, M.K. Haslam, S.A. (2006). The glass-cliff: Women's career paths in the private IT sector. Equal Opportunities International,, 25, 674-687.
Morton TA, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Ryan MK (2006). We value what values us: the appeal of identity-affirming science. Political Psychology, 27(6), 823-838. Abstract. DOI.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2006). What lies beyond the glass ceiling? the glass cliff and the potential precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Human Resources Management International Digest, 14, 3-5.
Haslam, S.A, Ryan MK (2006). Women on the Glass Cliff. IDS: Diversity at work., March Issue. London: Incomes Data Services. 11 pages.
Haslam, S.A. Hersby, M.D. Atkins, C. (2006). Women’s potential, our passion: a survey of EMEA Women@Microsoft. Research report prepared for EMEA Microsoft, Exeter, March.

2005

Platow MJ, Byrne L, Ryan MK (2005). Experimentally manipulated high in-group status can buffer personal self-esteem against discrimination. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 35(5), 599-608. Author URL. DOI.
Filardo, F. Troselj, L. Grace, D.M. Ryan M (2005). Non-instrumental voice and extra-role behaviour. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 135-146.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2005). The glass cliff: Evidence that women are over-represented in precarious leadership positions. British Journal of Management, 16(2), 81-90. DOI.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2005). The glass cliff: Implicit theories of leadership and gender and the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. In Schyns B, Meindl JR (Eds.) Implicit leadership theories: Essays and explorations, Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, 137-160.

2004

Ryan MK, Haslam, S.A. (2004). Beyond the glass ceiling. Women in the Boardroom: a Bird’s Eye View (pp 2-3). CIPD Change Agenda. June Issue.  London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Oakes, P.J. Haslam, S.A. Turner, J.C. Ryan MK (2004). To think, feel, and act as an entity: Cognitive, motivational, and contextual determinants of group psychology. In Yzerbyt V, Judd CM, Corneille C (Eds.) The Psychology of Group Perception: Contributions to the Study of Homogeneity, Entitativity, and Essentialism, New York: Psychology Press, 317-334.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2004). Women and leadership: the 'glass cliff' beyond the 'glass ceiling', Institute of Directors South West.  Torquay.
Ryan MK, David, B. Reynolds, K.J. (2004). ‘Who cares?: the effect of gender and context on the self and moral reasoning. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 28(3), 246-255.

2003

Ryan M, David, B. (2003). Gender differences in ways of knowing: the context dependence of the Attitudes Toward Thinking and Learning Survey. Sex Roles, 49, 693-699.
Reynolds KJ, Oakes PJ, Alexander Haslam S, Turner JC, Ryan MK (2003). Social identity as the basis of group entitativity: Elaborating the case for the "science of social groups per se". , 236-248. DOI.
Grace, D. Ryan, M.K. (2003). The gender wars: a self-categorization perspective on the development of gender identity. In Bennett M, Sani F (Eds.) The Development of the Social Self, Hove: Psychology Press, 135-157.

2002

Ryan MK, Turner JC, Reynolds KJ (2002). The importance of self-categorisation in understanding implicit and explicit prejudice. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 54(2), 129-129. Author URL.
Reynolds K, Turner JC, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2002). The role of individual differences and ingroup identification in discrimination between minimal groups. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 54(2), 128-129. Author URL.

2001

Ryan MK, David B (2001). Moral reasoning, gender, the self and social context. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 53, 127-127. Author URL.
Haslam S, Platow, M.J. Turner, J.C. Reynolds, K.J. McGarty C, Oakes P, Johnson S, Ryan M, Veenstra K (2001). Social identity and the romance of leadership: the importance of being seen to be ‘doing it for us’. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 4, 191-205.
Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA, Ryan MK (2001). The role of personality and group factors in explaining prejudice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 37(5), 427-434. DOI.