Tamar A. Kreps
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“Doing well by doing good”? Ambivalent moral framing in organizations
TA Kreps, B Monin
Research in Organizational Behavior 31, 99-123, 2011
When giving is good: ventromedial prefrontal cortex activation for others' intentions
JC Cooper, TA Kreps, T Wiebe, T Pirkl, B Knutson
Neuron 67 (3), 511-521, 2010
Core values versus common sense: Consequentialist views appear less rooted in morality
TA Kreps, B Monin
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (11), 1529-1542, 2014
Hypocritical flip-flop, or courageous evolution? When leaders change their moral minds.
TA Kreps, K Laurin, AC Merritt
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (5), 730, 2017
Amplifying voice in organizations
K Bain, TA Kreps, NL Meikle, ER Tenney
Academy of Management Journal 64 (4), 1288-1312, 2021
Psychological situations illuminate the meaning of human behavior: Recent advances and application to social influence processes
N Halevy, TA Kreps, CKW De Dreu
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 13 (3), e12437, 2019
Is a refrigerator good or evil? The moral evaluation of everyday objects
I Jarudi, T Kreps, P Bloom
Social Justice Research 21, 457-469, 2008
Morality in intergroup conflict
N Halevy, TA Kreps, O Weisel, A Goldenberg
Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 10-14, 2015
Playing with trolleys: Intuitions about the permissibility of aggregation
M Kelman, TA Kreps
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 11 (2), 197-226, 2014
Real-world implementation of infant behavioral sleep interventions: results of a parental survey
SM Honaker, AJ Schwichtenberg, TA Kreps, JA Mindell
The Journal of pediatrics 199, 106-111. e2, 2018
Collectives in organizations appear less morally motivated than individuals.
AS Jago, TA Kreps, K Laurin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (12), 2229, 2019
Battling incivility: increasing willingness to voice through amplification
K Bain, KA Coll, ER Tenney, TA Kreps
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 21444, 2020
When feeling good feels" wrong": Avoiding hedonic consumption when it reflects immoral character
SC Lin, T Reich, TA Kreps
ACR 45, 307, 2017
Are mental states assessed relative to what most people" should" or" would" think? Prescriptive and descriptive components of expected attitudes
TA Kreps, B Monin
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (4), 341, 2010
Feeling Good or Feeling Right: Sustaining Negative Emotion After Exposure to Human Suffering
SC Lin, T Reich, TA Kreps
Journal of Marketing Research 60 (3), 543-563, 2023
Silenced by Incivility: People, Especially Women, Voice Less in Uncivil Groups
ER Tenney, KA Coll, K Bain, TA Kreps
Academy of Management Proceedings 2021 (1), 11452, 2021
Allies' Motives, Merits and Missteps: How Dominant Group Members Can Promote Inclusive Organizations
MK Chambers, C Dupree, LT Phillips
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 11601, 2019
Which Losses Do We Impose on Some to Benefit Others?
M Kelman, T Kreps
Available at SSRN 2441353, 2014
Different ally motivations lead to different outcomes: How self-transcendence and self-enhancement values predict effectiveness of self-identified allies
LT Phillips, TA Kreps, D Chugh
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 182, 104333, 2024
Study 1-Time Separated
K Coll, K Bain, E Tenney, TA Kreps
OSF, 2022
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