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Presentations
K. Leavitt, You + Implicit: Using response latency-based implicit measures in organizational settings., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, 2011.
D. T. Wagner, Barnes, C. M., and Leavitt, K., Worth what you're paid: A meaning maintenance model of compensation and self-promotion., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL, 2013.
K. Chi Yam, Barnes, C. M., Leavitt, K., and Uhlmann, E. L., Why so Serious? Experimental and Field Evidence that Morality and a Sense of Humor are Psychologically Incompatible., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Chicago, 2018.
K. Leavitt, Who matters and what's sacred? Professional identity exerts an automatic influence on moral processing., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, 2011.
K. Leavitt, This friendly world: How lucky and a non-adversarial worldview can enhance your productivity and happiness., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, 2014.
K. Leavitt, Mitchell, T. R., and Peterson, J., Theory Pruning: Strategies for Reducing Our Dense Theoretical Landscape, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, 2008.
K. Leavitt, Aquino, K., Zhu, L., and Simon, R., Social Consequences of Moral Identity Symbolizations, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Vancouver, BC, 2015.
K. Leavitt, Positive Affect as a Motivator of Prosocial Unethical Behavior., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, 2011.
K. Leavitt, No employee is an island: bringing the social self in to the study of workplace deviance, Harvard Business School OB Seminar Series. Boston, MA, 2015.
K. Leavitt, No employee is an island: bringing the social self in to the study of workplace deviance, Center for Leadership Ethics Speaker Series, U of Arizona. Tucson, AZ, 2015.
K. Leavitt, No employee is an island: bringing the social self in to the study of workplace deviance, Department of Management Seminar Series, U of Nebraska. 2015.
K. Leavitt, No employee is an island: bringing the social self in to the study of workplace deviance, Center for HR and Labor Studies Seminar Series, U of Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN, 2015.
E. Umphress, Gardner, R., Leavitt, K., and Stoverink, A., Negative Mood and Helping a Cheater: The Moderating Role of Self-View., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Vacnouver, BC, 2015.
F. Qiu, Wagner, D. T., Huang, L., and Leavitt, K., Moral licensing effects of positive parenting, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Chicago, 2018.
K. Leavitt, Mindless Malfeasance: The role of implicit processes in unethical workplace behavior (part of PDW on The antecedents, management, and implications of unethical behavior at work)., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL, 2013.
K. Leavitt, Kouchaki, M., and Klotz, A., Manning-up through misappropriation: Threats to masculinity increase unethical behavior, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, 2016.
K. Leavitt and Sluss, D. M., Lying for Who We Are: Social and Relational Identity as Drivers of Dishonesty, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Montreal, Quebec, 2010.
K. Leavitt, Lying for who we are: Motivated dishonesty in response to intractable identity threats., University of Central Florida Behavioral Ethics Conference. Orlando, FL, 2014.
F. Bosco, A, P. Charles, Leavitt, K., and Aguinis, H., I/O Psychology's decline in effect-size magnitude over time., Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology. Houston, TX, 2013.
A. A. Erez, Leavitt, K., and Woolum, A., Interactions between peers’ and individuals’ personalities affect individiuals’ performance., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL, 2013.
K. Leavitt, Implicit processes in organizational behavior: Research and practice next steps (Expert Panel), Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA, 2012.
K. Leavitt, Fong, C. T., and Greenwald, A. G., Implicit Job Attitudes as Predictors of Task and Contextual Performance, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, 2007.
R. G. Gardner, Umphress, E. E., Leavitt, K., Stoverink, A. C., and Griffin, R. W., Helping others cheat: The role of positive affect and liking., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL, 2013.
K. Leavitt, Getting explicit about the implicit: Nonconscious measures in management research, (Invited Talk). Virginia Polytechnical Institute (Virginia Tech), 2012.
K. Leavitt, Barnes, C. M., Watkins, T., and Wagner, D. T., From the bedroom to the office: Workplace spillover effects of marital sexual activity., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, 2016.
D. R. Hekman and Leavitt, K., Focusing capitalism on the forgotten internal stakeholder (PDW), Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL, 2013.
K. Leavitt and Murphy, C., Cashing in or selling out? Authenticity as moral capital in craft industries, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, 2016.
S. Reynolds, Leavitt, K., and Decelles, K., Automatic Ethics: The Effects of Implicit Assumptions and Contextual Cues on Moral Behavior, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, 2008.
Journal Articles
K. Chi (Sam) Yam, Barnes, C. M., Leavitt, K., Wei, W., and Uhlmann, E. L., Why so Serious? Experimental and Field Evidence that Morality and a Sense of Humor are Psychologically Incompatible., Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2018.
K. Leavitt, Mitchell, T., and Peterson, J., Theory Pruning: Strategies for Reducing our Dense Theoretical Landscape, Organizational Research Methods, vol. 13, pp. 644-667, 2010.
S. Reynolds, Dang, C. T., Yam, K. C., and Leavitt, K., The role of moral knowledge in everyday immorality: What does it matter if I know what is right?, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 123, pp. 124-137, 2014.
R. F. Martell and Leavitt, K., Reducing the Performance-Cue Bias in Work Behavior Ratings: Can Groups Help?, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 87, pp. 1032-1041, 2002.
K. Leavitt, Publication bias might make us untrustworthy, but the solutions may be worse., Industrial & Organizational Psychology, vol. 6, pp. 298-302, 2013.
K. Leavitt and Sluss, D. M., Lying for who we are: An identity-based model of workplace dishonesty, Academy of Management Review, 2015.
A. Erez, Schilpzand, P., Leavitt, K., Woolum, A., and Judge, T., Inherently Relational: Interactions Between Peers’ and Individuals’ Personalities Impact Reward Giving and Appraisal of Individual Performance, Academy of Management Journal, vol. 58, no. 6, pp. 1761-1784, 2015.
P. Schilpzand, Leavitt, K., and Lim, S., Incivility hates company: Shared Incivility Attenuates Rumination, Stress, and Psychological Withdrawal by Reducing Self-blame, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 133, pp. 33-44, 2016.
K. Leavitt, Zhu, L., and Aquino, K., Good without knowing it: subtle contextual cues can activate moral identity and reshape moral intuition., Journal of Business Ethics, 2016.
E. L. Uhlmann, Leavitt, K., Menges, J. I., Koopman, J., Howe, M., and Johnson, R. E., Getting Explicit about the Implicit: A Taxonomy of Implicit Measures and Guide for their Use in Organizational Research, Organizational Research Methods, vol. 15, pp. 553-601, 2012.
K. Leavitt, Barnes, C. M., Watkins, T., and Wagner, D. T., From the Bedroom to the Office: Workplace Spillover Effects of Marital Sexual Activity, Journal of Management, 2017.
D. R. Hekman, Aquino, K., Owens, B., Mitchell, T. R., Schilpzand, P., and Leavitt, K., An examination of whether and how racial and gender biases influence customer satisfaction ratings., Academy of Management Journal, vol. 53, pp. 238-264., 2010.
K. Leavitt, Reynolds, S. J., Barnes, C. M., Schilpzand, P., and Hannah, S. T., Different hats, different obligations: Plural occupational identities and situated moral judgments., Academy of Management Journal, vol. 55, pp. 1316-1333, 2012.
A. Bolinger, Klotz, A., and Leavitt, K., Contributing from Inside the Outer Circle: The Identity-Based Effects of Noncore Role Incumbents on Group Relational Coordination and Organizational Climate, Academy of Management Review.
S. J. Reynolds, Leavitt, K., and Decelles, K., Automatic ethics: The effects of implicit assumptions and contextual cues on moral behavior, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 95, pp. 752-760, 2010.
K. Leavitt, Fong, C. T., and Greenwald, A. G., Asking About Well-Being Gets You Half an Answer: Intra-Individual Processes of Implicit and Explicit Job Attitude, Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol. 32, pp. 672-687, 2011.
C. M. Barnes, Dang, C., Leavitt, K., Guarana, C., and Uhlmann, E. Luis, Archival Data in Micro-Organizational Research: A Toolkit for Moving to a Broader Set of Topics, Journal of Management, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 1453-1478, 2018.