Daniel A. Effron
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Moral self-licensing: When being good frees us to be bad
AC Merritt, DA Effron, B Monin
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 4 (5), 344-357, 2010
Psychological license: When it is needed and how it functions
DT Miller, DA Effron
Advances in experimental social psychology 43, 115-155, 2010
Endorsing Obama licenses favoring whites
DA Effron, JS Cameron, B Monin
Journal of experimental social psychology 45 (3), 590-593, 2009
Embodied temporal perception of emotion.
DA Effron, PM Niedenthal, S Gil, S Droit-Volet
Emotion 6 (1), 1, 2006
Affirmation, acknowledgment of in-group responsibility, group-based guilt, and support for reparative measures.
S Čehajić-Clancy, DA Effron, E Halperin, V Liberman, LD Ross
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (2), 256, 2011
Letting people off the hook: When do good deeds excuse transgressions?
DA Effron, B Monin
Personality and social psychology bulletin 36 (12), 1618-1634, 2010
Misinformation and morality: Encountering fake-news headlines makes them seem less unethical to publish and share
DA Effron, M Raj
Psychological science 31 (1), 75-87, 2020
When virtue leads to villainy: Advances in research on moral self-licensing
DA Effron, P Conway
Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 32-35, 2015
The strategic pursuit of moral credentials
AC Merritt, DA Effron, S Fein, KK Savitsky, DM Tuller, B Monin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (3), 774-777, 2012
Inventing racist roads not taken: The licensing effect of immoral counterfactual behaviors.
DA Effron, DT Miller, B Monin
Journal of personality and social psychology 103 (6), 916, 2012
From inconsistency to hypocrisy: When does “saying one thing but doing another” invite condemnation?
DA Effron, K O’Connor, H Leroy, BJ Lucas
Research in Organizational Behavior 38, 61-75, 2018
Entitativity and intergroup bias: How belonging to a cohesive group allows people to express their prejudices.
DA Effron, ED Knowles
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (2), 234, 2015
It could have been true: How counterfactual thoughts reduce condemnation of falsehoods and increase political polarization
DA Effron
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (5), 729-745, 2018
Making mountains of morality from molehills of virtue: Threat causes people to overestimate their moral credentials
DA Effron
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (8), 972-985, 2014
The unhealthy road not taken: Licensing indulgence by exaggerating counterfactual sins
DA Effron, B Monin, DT Miller
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (3), 573-578, 2013
Cheating at the end to avoid regret.
DA Effron, CJ Bryan, JK Murnighan
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (3), 395, 2015
How the moralization of issues grants social legitimacy to act on one’s attitudes
DA Effron, DT Miller
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (5), 690-701, 2012
Hypocrisy by association: When organizational membership increases condemnation for wrongdoing
DA Effron, BJ Lucas, K O’Connor
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 130, 147-159, 2015
Do as I say, not as I’ve done: Suffering for a misdeed reduces the hypocrisy of advising others against it
DA Effron, DT Miller
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 131, 16-32, 2015
Other people’s money: Money’s perceived purchasing power is smaller for others than for the self
E Polman, DA Effron, MR Thomas
Journal of Consumer Research 45 (1), 109-125, 2018
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