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    • The Slow Decay and Quick Revival of Self-deception 

      Chance, Zoe; Gino, Francesca; Norton, Michael Irwin; Ariely, Dan (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2015)
      People demonstrate an impressive ability to self-deceive, distorting misbehavior to reflect positively on themselves—for example, by cheating on a test and believing that their inflated performance reflects their true ...
    • Specialization and Variety in Repetitive Tasks: Evidence from a Japanese Bank 

      Staats, Bradley R.; Gino, Francesca (INFORMS, 2012)
      Sustaining operational productivity in the completion of repetitive tasks is critical to many organizations' success. Yet research points to two different work-design-related strategies for accomplishing this goal: ...
    • Sweeping Dishonesty under the Rug: How Unethical Actions Lead to Forgetting of Moral Rules 

      Shu, Lisa L.; Gino, Francesca (American Psychological Association, 2012)
      Dishonest behavior can have various psychological outcomes. We examine whether one consequence could be the forgetting of moral rules. In four experiments, participants were given the opportunity to behave dishonestly, and ...
    • Task Selection and Workload: A Focus on Completing Easy Tasks Hurts Long-Term Performance 

      KC, Diwas S.; Staats, Bradley R.; Kouchaki, Maryam; Gino, Francesca (2017-06-28)
      How individuals manage, organize, and complete their tasks is central to operations management. Recent research in operations focuses on how under conditions of increasing workload individuals can increase their service ...
    • Thick as Thieves? Dishonest Behavior and Egocentric Social Networks 

      Lee, Joo A Julia; Im, Dong-Kyun; Parmar, Bidhan; Gino, Francesca (2015-02-13)
      People experience a threat to their moral self-concept in the face of discrepancies between their moral values and their unethical behavior. We theorize that people’s need to restore their view of themselves as moral ...
    • Time, Money, and Morality 

      Gino, Francesca; Mogilner, Cassie (SAGE Publications, 2013-11-14)
      Money, a resource that absorbs much daily attention, seems to be present in much unethical behavior thereby suggesting that money itself may corrupt. This research examines a way to offset such potentially deleterious ...
    • Vicarious Dishonesty: When Psychological Closeness Creates Distance from One's Moral Compass 

      Gino, Francesca; Galinsky, Adam D. (Elsevier, 2012)
      In four studies employing multiple manipulations of psychological closeness, we found that feeling connected to another individual who engages in selfish or dishonest behavior leads people to vicariously justify the actions ...
    • When Power Makes Others Speechless: The Negative Impact of Leader Power on Team Performance 

      Tost, Leigh Plunkett; Gino, Francesca; Larrick, Richard P. (Academy of Management, 2013-09-03)
      We examine the impact of subjective power on leadership behavior and demonstrate that the psychological effect of power on leaders spills over to impact team effectiveness. Specifically, drawing from the approach/inhibition ...