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    The Burden of Guilt: Heavy Backpacks, Light Snacks, and Enhanced Morality.Maryam Kouchaki, Francesca Gino & Ata Jami - 2014 - Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (1):414-424.
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    Professionalism and Moral Behavior.Maryam Kouchaki - 2015 - Business and Society 54 (3):376-385.
    The dissertation abstract and reflection commentary present the work of Dr. Maryam Kouchaki. The abstract provides an overview of research examining the role of professional identities on ethical behavior. Across a number of studies, this work demonstrates that professionalism, either measured or manipulated, can increase individuals’ unethical behaviors. This dissertation extends prior work on professionalism by examining its psychology and shedding new light on importance of its meanings in driving individuals’ behaviors. Below, the author discusses the reasons for why professionals (...)
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    Guilt Enhances the Sense of Control and Drives Risky Judgments.Maryam Kouchaki, Christopher Oveis & Francesca Gino - 2014 - Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (6):2103-2110.
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    Cut You Some Slack? An Investigation of the Perceptions of a Depleted Employee’s Unethicality.Yajun Zhang, Kai Chi Yam, Maryam Kouchaki & Junwei Zhang - 2019 - Journal of Business Ethics 157 (3):673-683.
    Whereas previous research on ego depletion and ethics suggests that employees who are depleted of their self-control resources are more likely to engage in unethical behavior, our current research focuses on how observers perceive and react to depleted employees’ unethical behavior. Integrating ego depletion and attribution theories, we hypothesize and find that observers judge depleted employees’ unethical behavior more leniently than non-depleted employees as a result of lower levels of perceived intentionality. These perceptions in turn lead to lower levels of (...)
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