Anna Merritt
Anna Merritt
Ph.D. Student, Social Psychology, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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Moral self‐licensing: When being good frees us to be bad
AC Merritt, DA Effron, B Monin
Social and personality psychology compass 4 (5), 344-357, 2010
8442010
Moral hypocrisy, moral inconsistency, and the struggle for moral integrity.
B Monin, A Merritt
American Psychological Association, 2012
1262012
The strategic pursuit of moral credentials
AC Merritt, DA Effron, S Fein, KK Savitsky, DM Tuller, B Monin
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (3), 774-777, 2012
1062012
Hypocritical flip-flop, or courageous evolution? When leaders change their moral minds.
TA Kreps, K Laurin, AC Merritt
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (5), 730, 2017
342017
The trouble with thinking: People want to have quick reactions to personal taboos
AC Merritt, B Monin
Emotion Review 3 (3), 318-319, 2011
132011
The strategic accumulation of moral credentials
A Merritt, S Fein, K Savitsky
Manuscript in preparation, 2009
72009
The Interpersonal Costs of Indulgence
AC Merritt
Stanford University, 2013
12013
When Leaders Change Their Moral Minds
TA Kreps, K Laurin, AC Merritt
OSF, 2016
2016
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