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    • ACED IT: A tool for improved ethical and moral decision-making 

      Kreitler, Crystal M.; Stenmark, Cheryl; Rodarte, Allen; Dumond, Rebecca (Routledge, 2014-08-28)
      Numerous examples of unethical organizational decision-making highlighted in the media have led many to question the general moral perception and ethical judgments of individuals. The present study examined two forms of a ...
    • A cognitive tool for ethical decision-making: A case for ACED IT 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Kreitler, Crystal M. (Routledge, 2016-05-11)
      The present study examined two forms of a cognitive tool (ACED IT map), which is designed to facilitate ethical decision-making, along with expressive writing. Results demonstrated that participants completing the original ...
    • The College Persistence Questionnaire : Angelo State University retention report global : analysis of students enrolled in psychology courses in fall of 2007, 2009, 2013 

      Davidson, William B; Beck, Hall P (2018-01)
      The specific goals of this investigation were to (a) collect reenrollment information on students enrolled in psychology courses during the fall semesters in 2007, 2009, and 2013, (b) determine which student-background ...
    • Consequences identification in forecasting and ethical decision-making 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Antes, Alison L.; Thiel, Chase E.; Caughron, Jared J.; Wang, Xiaoqian; Mumford, Michael D. (SAGE, 2011-03-01)
      Forecasting involves predicting outcomes based on observations of the situation at hand. We examined the impact of the number and types of consequences considered on the quality of ethical decision-making. Undergraduates ...
    • Cultural frame switching and emotion among Mexican-Americans 

      Kreitler, Crystal M.; Dyson, Kara S. (Routledge, 2016-02-01)
      Recent evidence indicates that bicultural individuals shift between interpretive frames rooted in different cultures in response to cues encountered in a given situation. The theoretical explanation for these shifts has ...
    • Emotion Priming and Reversing Initial Impressions 

      Demere, Krysta; Forbes, James (2013-10-02)
      Participants completed an emotion priming task, read vignettes describing another’s behavior positively or negatively, then rated their impressions. Reading subsequent vignettes depicting behavior contrary to participants’ ...
    • Ethical decision-making interrupted: Can cognitive tools improve decision-making following an interruption? 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Riley, Katherine; Kreitler, Crystal (Routledge, 2019-10-28)
      This study examined the effects of interruptions and the use of cognitive decision-making tools on ethical decision-making. Participants completed a structured cognitive tool, an unstructured decision-making technique, or ...
    • Forecasting and ethical decision-making: What matters? 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K. (Routledge, 2013-09-20)
      This study examined how the number and types of consequences considered are related to forecasting and ethical decision-making. Undergraduate participants took on the role of the key actor in several ethical problems and ...
    • Forming impressions: effects of facial expression and gender stereotypes 

      Hack, Tay (SAGE, 2014-04-01)
      The present study of 138 participants explored how facial expressions and gender stereotypes influence impressions. It was predicted that images of smiling women would be evaluated more favorably on traits reflecting warmth, ...
    • A little goes a long way: Adapting an ethics training program to work for smaller universities 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Miller, Robert A. (SAGE, 2021-03-30)
      The present project modified an existing ethics intervention aimed at graduate students, which had previously been evaluated and determined to be effective (e.g., Mumford et al., 2008). The existing program was modified ...
    • Managing the innovative process: The dynamic role of leaders 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Shipman, Amanda S.; Mumford, Michael D. (American Psychological Association, 2011)
      Innovation has become increasingly important to the survival of organizations. Leaders must manage the process in a series of planning stages. These stages are qualitatively different and thus, have implications for what ...
    • Powerless Men and Agentic Women: Gender Bias in Hiring Decisions 

      Hoover, Anne E.; Hack, Tay; Garcia, Amber L.; Goodfriend, Wind; Habashi, Meara M. (Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2018-09-26)
      We examined male power-roles as a potential moderator of gender bias in hiring decisions. Drawing from previous work on perceptions of agentic women and precarious manhood theory, we predicted that men in low-power roles ...
    • Presidential Lies: Deception and the Presidential Election 

      Curtis, Drew A.; Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Heimann, Connie; Watts, Deanna J.; Taylor, Jesse Lee; Mangrum, Leah; Plachno, Don; Ray, Brianna; Samaripa, Anthony (RamTV, 2017-01-24)
      ASU faculty present a panel discussion on deception in U.S. presidential elections, from the perspectives of psychology, political science, biology, and mathematics.
    • Pressure and ethical decision-making 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Kreitler, Crystal M. (Inderscience Enterprises, 2018-12-10)
      Performance pressure degrades performance on many types of tasks. Mounting evidence, however, suggests that pressure may not affect ethical decision-making. For the present study, participants analyzed an ethical dilemma ...
    • The role of sensory processing sensitivity and analytic mindset in ethical decision-making 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Redfearn, Robert (Routledge, 2021-10-04)
      Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS) is an individual difference that affects people’s thinking and behavior. People who are high in SPS, Highly Sensitive People (HSPs), are more sensitive to stimuli and prefer to take ...
    • Self-efficacy and ethical decision-making 

      Stenmark, Cheryl; Redfearn, Robert; Kreitler, Crystal (Routledge, 2020-08-10)
      Self-efficacy is the assessment of one’s capacity to perform tasks (Bandura, 1986). Previous research has demonstrated that self-efficacy impacts ethical behavior and attitudes (e.g., Elias, 2008; MacNab and Worthley, ...
    • Situational impacts on leader ethical decision-making 

      Stenmark, Cheryl K.; Mumford, Michael D. (Elsevier, 2011-08-05)
      Leader ethical decision-making has received a great deal of attention in the academic literature. Most research examining ethical leadership has focused on the leader characteristics and subordinate outcomes associated ...