Ting Zhang
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Morality rebooted: Exploring simple fixes to our moral bugs
T Zhang, F Gino, MH Bazerman
Research in Organizational Behavior 34, 63-79, 2014
A “present” for the future: The unexpected value of rediscovery
T Zhang, T Kim, AW Brooks, F Gino, MI Norton
Psychological science 25 (10), 1851-1860, 2014
Overcoming the outcome bias: Making intentions matter
O Sezer, T Zhang, F Gino, MH Bazerman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 137, 13-26, 2016
Does “could” lead to good? On the road to moral insight
T Zhang, F Gino, JD Margolis
Academy of Management Journal 61 (3), 857-895, 2018
Reducing bounded ethicality: How to help individuals notice and avoid unethical behavior
T Zhang, PO Fletcher, F Gino, MH Bazerman
Organizational Dynamics 44 (4), 310-317, 2015
On the distinction between unethical and selfish behavior
JG Lu, T Zhang, DD Rucker, AD Galinsky
Atlas of moral psychology, 465-475, 2017
Pettiness in social exchange.
T Kim, T Zhang, MI Norton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (2), 361, 2019
The Surprising Effectiveness of Hostile Mediators
F Gino, MI Norton
Management Science 63 (6), 1972-1992, 2016
The errors of experts: When expertise hinders effective provision and seeking of advice and feedback
T Zhang, KB Harrington, EN Sherf
Current Opinion in Psychology 43, 91-95, 2022
What goes down when advice goes up: Younger advisers underestimate their impact
T Zhang, MS North
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2020
Learning Down to Train Up: Mentors Are More Effective When They Value Insights from Below
T Zhang, DJ Wang, AD Galinsky
Academy of Management Journal, 2022
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