Cheating, Corruption, and Concealment: The Roots of Dishonesty

Cheating, Corruption, and Concealment: The Roots of Dishonesty

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ISBN-13: 9781107512627
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 04/26/2018
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 329
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x (d)

About the Author

Jan-Willem van Prooijen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Social and Organizational Psychology at VU University Amsterdam, and a Senior Researcher at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR).

Paul A. M. van Lange is Professor of Psychology at VU University Amsterdam and a Distinguished Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.

Table of Contents

1. Cheating, corruption, and concealment: an introduction to dishonesty Jan-Willem van Prooijen and Paul A. M. van Lange; Part I. Motivations for Dishonesty: 2. Moral motivation: a closer look C. Daniel Batson; 3. Beyond 'being good frees us to be bad': moral self-licensing and the fabrication of moral credentials Daniel A. Effron; 4. Deception as a means to an end: an instrumental approach Wolfgang Steinel, Lukas Koning, Eric van Dijk and Ilja van Beest; Part II. Justifying Dishonesty: 5. How moral flexibility constrains our moral compass Francesca Gino; 6. Always the hero to ourselves: the role of self-deception in unethical behaviour Celia Moore; 7. Not for my sake: preventing others from using potential beneficiaries' benefits as justifications for dishonesty Scott S. Wiltermuth and Medha Raj; 8. Corrupt collaboration: a behavioral ethics approach Shaul Shalvi, Ori Weisel, Sys Kochavi-Gamliel and Margarita Leib; Part III. Influences on Dishonesty: 9. Narcissism and dishonesty: the SAC model W. Keith Campbell and Lane Siedor; 10. When being creative frees us to be bad: linking creativity with moral licensing Lynne C. Vincent and Evan Polman; 11. Wealth and wrongdoing: social class differences in ethical reasoning and behavior Paul K. Piff, Daniel M. Stancato and E. J. Horberg; 12. Power, dishonesty, and justice Steven L. Blader and Andy J. Yap; Part IV. Reducing Dishonesty: 13. Religion, deception, and self-deception Stephanie R. Kramer and Azim F. Shariff; 14. The ergonomics of ethics Andy J. Yap; 15. When opposition is beneficial: the case of productive disobedience Piero Bocchiaro; 16. A cognitive approach to elicit verbal and nonverbal cues to deceit Aldert Vrij, Ronald P. Fisher, Hartmut Blank, Sharon Leal and Samantha Mann.

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