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education


princeton university – 2015-present
psychology & social policy ph.d. candidate
advisors: alexander todorov, betsy levy paluck

princeton university – 2015-2017
psychology m.a.
advisor: alexander todorov
thesis: social-cognitive representational spaces: ontology and consequences

the university of texas at austin – 2013-2015 
postgraduate research assistant
advisor: jessica a. church-lang

the university of texas at austin – 2009-2013
psychology b.s., departmental honors
advisor: alison r. preston

awards


2018 spsp inside the grant panel finalist (project: immigrant face-ism)

2017-2020 ford foundation predoctoral fellowship

2016 ford foundation fellowship, honorable mention

2015-2020 centennial fellowship in natural sciences, princeton university

2015 spsp diversity fund undergraduate registration award

2012 international honor society in psychology (psi chi)

2012-2013 psychology honors program, ut austin

2009-2011 texas interdisciplinary program (tip) scholar, ut austin

publications


pre-exposure prophylaxis sorting among men who have sex with men
martinez, j.e., jonas, k.j. (2018)
aids care. doi: 10.1080/09540121.2018.1533229.
[data][preprint]

control engagement during sentence and inhibition fMRI tasks in children with reading difficulties
roe, m.a., martinez, j.e., mumford, j.a., taylor w.p., cirino, p.t., fletcher, j.m., juranek, j.j., church, j.a. (2018)
cerebral cortex. bhy170. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhy170

a pragmatist philosophy of psychological science and its implications for replication
gantman, a., gomila, r., martinez, j.e., matias, j.n., paluck, e.l., starck, j., wu, s., yaffe, n. (2018)
behavioral and brain sciences. 41, e127. doi: 10.1017/S0140525X18000626
[preprint]

perceptual biases during cued task switching relate to decision process differences between children and adults
martinez, j.e., mack, m.l., bauer, j-r., roe, m.a., church, j.a. (2018)
journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance. 44(10), 1603-1618. doi: 10.1037/xhp0000552.
[preprint] [data]

robust effects of affective person learning on evaluation of faces
verosky, s.c., porter, j., martinez, j.e., todorov, a. (2018)
journal of personality and social psychology, 114(4), 516-528. doi: 10.1037/pspa0000109
[data]

consistent performance differences despite manipulation of cue switching variables in children and adults
bauer, j-r.*, martinez, j.e.*, roe, m.a., church, j.a. (2017) *equal authorship
frontiers in psychology.
8:1304. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01304
[data]

knowledge of social affiliations biases economic decisions
martinez j.e., mack m.l., gelman b.d., preston a.r. (2016)
plos one 11(7): e0159918. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159918
[data]

manuscripts


social judgments of sexual behavior and use of hiv pre-exposure prophylaxis
martinez, j.e., jonas, k.j. (in revision) [preprint] [data]

criminality racializes, achievement homogenizes: narratives shape cognitive representations of immigrants
martinez, j.e., feldman, l.a., feldman, m.j., cikara, m. (in review) [prereg]

quantifying idiosyncratic and shared contributions to stimulus evaluations
martinez, j.e., funk, f, todorov, a. (in review) [preprint] [data]

quantifying shared and idiosyncratic judgments of racism in social discourse
martinez, j.e., paluck, e.l. (in prep) [prereg]

the dynamic organization of social affective memory
martinez, j.e., todorov, a. (in prep) [prereg]

immigrant face-ism
martinez, j.e., oh, d., todorov, a. (in prep) [prereg]

media pieces


how we became americans
cnn. (2018, july)

showcasing immigrant excellence
martinez, j.e., feldman, l.a., & cikara, m.
scientific american. (2017, february)

conference talks


quantifying shared and idiosyncratic judgments of racism in social discourse. (2018, october).
conference of ford fellows. orange county, ca.

criminality racializes, excellence equalizes: narratives shape psychological representations of immigrants. (2018, october).
society for experimental social psychology. seattle, washington.

conference posters


“PrEP tourism” in bangkok and sexual risk behavior of msm: a three- and six-month follow up study
van dijt, m., yaemin, n., martinez, j.e., gaudamuz, t., de wit, j.b.f., jonas, k.j. (2018, july)
international aids conference. amsterdam, netherlands.

media discourse impacts immigrant evaluation and representation
martinez, j.e., feldman, l.a., feldman, m., cikara, m. (2018, may)
conference of ford fellows. washington d.c.

eye movements relate to developmental differences in cued task switching performance
zheng, a., mcbride, j., martinez, j.e., deschner, l., church, j.a. (2016, september)
flux congress. st. louis, mo.

task-switching manipulations in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
hernandez, a.m., zheng, a., martinez, j.e., roe, m.a., bauer, j-r., church, j.a. (2016, may)
undergraduate honors poster symposium. austin, tx.

neural correlates of reading comprehension in struggling and typical readers
roe, m.a., deschner, L., martinez, j.e., mumford, j.a., demaster, d.m., juranek, j.j., church, j. a. (2016, april)
cognitive neuroscience society. new york city, ny. 

an eye-tracking investigation of cue and target processing in typical development
zheng, a., mcbride, j., martinez, j.e., deschner, l., church, j.a. (2016, april)
cognitive neuroscience society. new york city, ny. 

neural correlates of reading comprehension and stop-signal inhibition in struggling and typical readers
roe, m.a., martinez, j.e., mumford, j.a., demaster, d.m., juranek, j.j., olmedo, l.a., poldrack, r.a., vaughn, s.r., fletcher, j.m., church, j.a. (2015, october)
cognitive development society. columbus, oh.

a fMRI study of sentence reading and response inhibition in pre- and post-intervention struggling readers.
church, j.a., roe, m. a., juranek, j.j., demaster, d.m., martinez, j.e., vaughn, s.r., fletcher, j.m. (2015, october)
international dyslexia association.

exploration of stimulus-level similarity effects in a cued task-switching paradigm
martinez, j.e., bauer, j-r., roe, m.a., church, j.a. (2015, march)
society for research in child development biennial meeting. philadelphia, pa.

stop-signal inhibition in pre- and post-intervention struggling readers
roe, m.a., martinez, j.e., mumford, j.a., junarek, j.j., olmedo l.a., poldrack, r.a., vaughn, s.r., fletcher, j.m., church, j.a. (2015, march)
society for research in child development biennial meeting. philadelphia, pa.

the company we keep: memory driven biases in social-economic decision making
martinez, j.e., mack, m.l., preston, a.r. (2015, february)
society for personality and social psychology. long beach, ca.

manipulation of cue switching variables in children and adults
bauer, j-r., martinez, j.e., roe, m.a., church, j.a. (2014, november)
society for neuroscience. washington d.c.

neural correlates of reading comprehension pre- and post-intervention in struggling readers
roe, m.a., martinez, j.e., mumford, j.a., junarek, j.j., olmedo l.a., poldrack, r.a., vaughn, s.r., fletcher, j.m., church, j.a. (2014, november)
society for neuroscience. washington d.c.

the company we keep: The role of evaluative conditioning and reputation spread in social interactions
martinez, j.e., stein, e., mack, m.l., preston, a.r. (2013, may).
undergraduate honors poster symposium. austin, tx.

other talks


media discourse impacts immigrant evaluation and representation
martinez, j.e. (2018, march)
psychology department social area meeting. princeton university.

quantifying subjectivity in stumulus evaluations
martinez, j.e. (2017, april)
psychology department social area meeting. princeton university.

connect. organize. make change. activism in a social age.
martinez, j.e. (2017, march).
panel at social media day conference, princeton university.

who are you? how memory influences social learning
martinez, j.e. (2016, april)
psychology department social area meeting. princeton university.

exploration of stimulus-level similarity effects in a cued task-switching paradigm
martinez, j.e., bauer, j-r., mack, m.l., roe, m.a., mumford, j.a., church, j.a. (2015, march).
psychology department cognitive neuroscience area meeting. university of texas at austin.

file drawer


a perceptual basis for outgroup homogeneity [data]
– prediction: negative valence perceptually homogenizes group members’ faces

segmentation in moral learning & impression updating [data]
– prediction: gradual shifts in moral behavior updates older person memories while drastic shifts keeps pre and post shift person memories intact, with corresponding effects on impressions.