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The self-importance of moral identity.
Six studies using adolescents, university students, and adults measured the associations among the self-importance of moral identity, moral cognitions, and behavior to consider moral self-conceptions in explaining moral conduct. Expand
Testing a social-cognitive model of moral behavior: the interactive influence of situations and moral identity centrality.
A social-cognitive framework for examining the joint influence of situational factors and the centrality of moral identity on moral intentions and behaviors and results provide strong support for the proposed framework. Expand
Who Displays Ethical Leadership, and Why Does It Matter? An Examination of Antecedents and Consequences of Ethical Leadership
Drawing on social learning and moral identity theories, this research examines antecedents and consequences of ethical leadership. Additionally, this research empirically examines the distinctivene...
Cognitive biases, risk perception, and venture formation: How individuals decide to start companies
Abstract Despite the high risk involved, thousands of individuals decide to start ventures. Past research, however, has found that entrepreneurs do not have a high-risk propensity, that is, a greatExpand
Workplace victimization: aggression from the target's perspective.
This article reviews research on workplace victimization, which we define as acts of aggression perpetrated by one or more members of an organization that cause psychological, emotional, or physicalExpand
Getting even or moving on? Power, procedural justice, and types of offense as predictors of revenge, forgiveness, reconciliation, and avoidance in organizations.
It is shown that procedural justice climate moderates the effect of organizational variables on the victim's revenge, forgiveness, reconciliation, or avoidance behaviors. Expand
Justice constructs, negative affectivity, and employee deviance: a proposed model and empirical test
This study tests a model that uses organizational justice variables and the personality trait of negative affectivity to explain two forms of deviant employee behavior. Prior research suggests thatExpand
The Effects of Blame Attributions and Offender Likableness on Forgiveness and Revenge in the Workplace
This study proposes and tests a model that applies the concept of restorative justice to the enactment of revenge and forgiveness in organizations. The model draws from theories of cognitiveExpand
How employees respond to personal offense: the effects of blame attribution, victim status, and offender status on revenge and reconciliation in the workplace.
Results showed that blame is positively related to revenge and negatively related to reconciliation, and victim-offender relative status moderated the relation between blame and revenge such that victims who blamed sought revenge more often when the offender's status was lower than their own. Expand
Moral Identity and Judgments of Charitable Behaviors
In several studies, the authors examine the potential to leverage a consumer's moral identity to enhance brand and company identification and promote goodwill through community relations. Studies 1aExpand