Karl Aquino
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The self-importance of moral identity.
K Aquino, A Reed II
Journal of personality and social psychology 83 (6), 1423, 2002
Cognitive biases, risk perception, and venture formation: How individuals decide to start companies
M Simon, SM Houghton, K Aquino
Journal of business venturing 15 (2), 113-134, 2000
Who displays ethical leadership, and why does it matter? An examination of antecedents and consequences of ethical leadership
DM Mayer, K Aquino, RL Greenbaum, M Kuenzi
Academy of management journal 55 (1), 151-171, 2012
Testing a social-cognitive model of moral behavior: the interactive influence of situations and moral identity centrality.
K Aquino, D Freeman, A Reed II, VKG Lim, W Felps
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (1), 123, 2009
Getting even or moving on? Power, procedural justice, and types of offense as predictors of revenge, forgiveness, reconciliation, and avoidance in organizations.
K Aquino, TM Tripp, RJ Bies
Journal of applied psychology 91 (3), 653, 2006
Workplace victimization: Aggression from the target's perspective
K Aquino, S Thau
Annual review of psychology 60, 717-741, 2009
Justice constructs, negative affectivity, and employee deviance: A proposed model and empirical test
K Aquino, MU Lewis, M Bradfield
Journal of organizational behavior 20 (7), 1073-1091, 1999
Moral identity and the expanding circle of moral regard toward out-groups.
A Reed II, KF Aquino
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (6), 1270, 2003
How employees respond to personal offense: the effects of blame attribution, victim status, and offender status on revenge and reconciliation in the workplace.
K Aquino, TM Tripp, RJ Bies
Journal of applied psychology 86 (1), 52, 2001
Moral identity and judgments of charitable behaviors
A Reed, K Aquino, E Levy
Journal of marketing 71 (1), 178-193, 2007
A social context model of envy and social undermining
MK Duffy, KL Scott, JD Shaw, BJ Tepper, K Aquino
Academy of management Journal 55 (3), 643-666, 2012
The effects of blame attributions and offender likableness on forgiveness and revenge in the workplace
M Bradfield, K Aquino
Journal of management 25 (5), 607-631, 1999
A grotesque and dark beauty: How moral identity and mechanisms of moral disengagement influence cognitive and emotional reactions to war
K Aquino, A Reed II, S Thau, D Freeman
Journal of experimental social psychology 43 (3), 385-392, 2007
Identity threat and antisocial behavior in organizations: The moderating effects of individual differences, aggressive modeling, and hierarchical status
K Aquino, S Douglas
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 90 (1), 195-208, 2003
Moral identity and the experience of moral elevation in response to acts of uncommon goodness.
K Aquino, B McFerran, M Laven
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (4), 703, 2011
Beyond moral reasoning: A review of moral identity research and its implications for business ethics
R Shao, K Aquino, D Freeman
Business Ethics Quarterly 18 (4), 513-540, 2008
The effects of negative affectivity, hierarchical status, and self-determination on workplace victimization
K Aquino, SL Grover, M Bradfield, DG Allen
Academy of management journal 42 (3), 260-272, 1999
A relational model of workplace victimization: social roles and patterns of victimization in dyadic relationships.
K Aquino, K Lamertz
Journal of Applied Psychology 89 (6), 1023, 2004
Integrating justice constructs into the turnover process: A test of a referent cognitions model
K Aquino, RW Griffeth, DG Allen, PW Hom
Academy of management Journal 40 (5), 1208-1227, 1997
Structural and individual determinants of workplace victimization: The effects of hierarchical status and conflict management style
K Aquino
Journal of management 26 (2), 171-193, 2000
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