Hands-On Research Collaborate, Be Challenged Improving Teamwork Undergraduates participating in behavioral neuroscience research.

Moral Crediting and Workplace Behavior

Dr. Chu-Hsiang Chang, Dr. Russell Johnson, Dr. John Schaubroeck, Catherine Ott-Holland: Previous work by Monin and Miller (2001) and others suggests that individuals “credit” themselves for engaging in moral behaviors. Conversely, engaging in selfish or unethical behaviors may cause individuals to notice a deficit in their moral credentials, leading to subsequent behaviors that have positive moral connotations. This “moral crediting” process ma .....

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