Julia Lee Cunningham
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Leadership is associated with lower levels of stress
GD Sherman, JJ Lee, AJC Cuddy, J Renshon, C Oveis, JJ Gross, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (44), 17903-17907, 2012
Polluted morality: Air pollution predicts criminal activity and unethical behavior
JG Lu, JJ Lee, F Gino, AD Galinsky
Psychological Science 29 (3), 340-355, 2018
Rainmakers: Why bad weather means good productivity.
JJ Lee, F Gino, BR Staats
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (3), 504, 2014
Physiological arousal and political beliefs
J Renshon, JJ Lee, D Tingley
Political Psychology 36 (5), 569-585, 2015
Poker-faced morality: Concealing emotions leads to utilitarian decision making
JJ Lee, F Gino
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 126, 49-64, 2015
Emotions and the micro-foundations of commitment problems
J Renshon, JJ Lee, D Tingley
International Organization 71 (S1), S189-S218, 2017
Managing perceptions of distress at work: Reframing distress as passion
EB Wolf, JJ Lee, S Sah, AW Brooks
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137, 1-12, 2016
Hormones and ethics: Understanding the biological basis of unethical conduct.
JJ Lee, F Gino, ES Jin, LK Rice, RA Josephs
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (5), 891, 2015
Emotion regulation as the foundation of political attitudes: does reappraisal decrease support for conservative policies?
JJ Lee, Y Sohn, JH Fowler
PloS one 8 (12), e83143, 2013
To fuel or not to fuel: China's energy assistance to North Korea
Asian Security 5 (1), 45-72, 2009
How best-self activation influences emotions, physiology and employment relationships
DM Cable, JJ Lee, F Gino, BR Staats
Seeing oneself as a valued contributor: social worth affirmation improves team information sharing
J Lee Cunningham, F Gino, D Cable, B Staats
Academy of Management Journal, 2020
The physiology of (dis) honesty: does it impact health?
L ten Brinke, JJ Lee, DR Carney
Current Opinion in Psychology 6, 177-182, 2015
Envy and interpersonal corruption: Social comparison processes and unethical behavior in organizations.
JJ Lee, G Francesca
Envy at Work and in Organizations: Research, Theory, and Applications, 2016
The interpersonal costs of dishonesty: How dishonest behavior reduces individuals’ ability to read others’ emotions.
JJ Lee, AE Hardin, B Parmar, F Gino
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (9), 1557, 2019
Commuting as Role Transitions: How Trait Self-Control and Work-related Prospection Offset Negative Effects of Lengthy Commutes
JM Jachimowicz, JJ Lee, BR Staats, F Gino, JI Menges
In search of moral equilibrium: Person, situation, and their interplay in behavioral ethics.
JJ Lee, F Gino
The Guilford Press, 2018
Cheater's hide and seek: Strategic cognitive network activation during ethical decision making
CT Shea, J Lee, T Menon, DK Im
Social Networks 58, 143-155, 2019
Between home and work: commuting as an opportunity for role transitions
JM Jachimowicz, JL Cunningham, BR Staats, F Gino, JI Menges
Organization Science, 2020
Lay theories of effortful honesty: Does the honesty–effort association justify making a dishonest decision?
JJ Lee, M Ong, B Parmar, E Amit
Journal of Applied Psychology 104 (5), 659, 2019
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