JESSE GRAHAM portrait
  • George S. Eccles Chair in Business Ethics, Management Department
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Philosophy
  • Associate Professor, Management Department

Presentations

  • JESSE Carter Estes GRAHAM (2019) 2019 invited talks. , Presented, 2019.
  • JESSE Carter Estes GRAHAM (2018) 2018 invited talks. , Presented, 2018.
  • JESSE Carter Estes GRAHAM (2017) 2017 invited talks. , Presented, 2017.
  • JESSE Carter Estes GRAHAM (2018) Graham, J. (2018, August). Promoting ethical behavior in organizations (Discussant). Presented to the Academy of Management annual conference, Chicago, IL. , Presented, 2018.

Publications

  • Valdesolo, P. & Graham, J. (date unknown). Social Psychology of Political Polarization.. New York, NY: Routledge.. Accepted, .
  • Gray, K., & Graham, J. (date unknown). Atlas of Moral Psychology.. New York: Guilford.. Accepted, .
  • Koleva, S., Beall, E, & Graham, J. (date unknown). Moral Foundations Theory: Building value through moral pluralism.. In A. J. G. Sison (Ed.), The Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management (pp. 521-530). Springer: New York.. Accepted, .
  • Graham, J., & Valdesolo, P. (in press). (date unknown). Morality.. In K. Deaux & M. Snyder (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Personality and Social Psychology. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.. Accepted, .
  • *Mooijman, M., *Meindl, P., & Graham, J. (in press). (date unknown). On self-control moralization.. In A. Mele (Ed.), The Philosophy and Science of Self-Control.. Accepted, .
  • Newman, D. B., & Graham, J. (date unknown). Religion and well-being. In E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay (Eds.), Handbook of Well-Being. Salt Lake City, UT: DEF Publishers.. Accepted, .
  • Graham, J., & Yudkin, D. A. (date unknown). Variations in Moral Concerns Across Political Ideology: Moral Foundations, Hidden Tribes, and Righteous Division.. Oxford Handbook of Moral Psychology.. Accepted, .
  • Hoover, J., Dehghani, M., Johnson, K., Iliev, R., & Graham, J. (date unknown). Into the wild: Big data analytics in moral psychology.. In K. Gray & J. Graham (Eds.), Atlas of Moral Psychology (pp. 525-536). New York: Guilford.. Accepted, .
  • Graham, J., Haidt, J., Motyl, M., Meindl, P., Iskiwitch, C., & Mooijman, M. (date unknown). Moral Foundations Theory: On the advantages of moral pluralism over moral monism.. In K. Gray & J. Graham (Eds.), Atlas of Moral Psychology (pp. 211-222). New York: Guilford.. Accepted, .
  • *Mooijman, M., & Graham, J. (date unknown). How unjust punishments perpetuate in organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior, 38, 95-106. Accepted, .
  • Klein, R. A., Vianello, M., Hasselman, F., et al. (date unknown). Many labs 2: Investigating variation in replicability across sample and setting. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 1, 443-490. Accepted, .
  • Glenn, A. L., Efferson, L. M., Iyer, R., & Graham, J. (date unknown). Values, goals, and motivations associated with psychopathy. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 36, 108-125. Accepted, .
  • Heddy, B. C., Danielson, R. W., Sinatra, G., & Graham, J. (2017). (date unknown). Modifying knowledge, emotions, and attitudes about genetically modified foods. Journal of Experimental Education, 85, 513-533. Accepted, .
  • Amin, A., Bednarczyk, R., Ray, C., Melchiori, K., Graham, J., Huntsinger, J., & Omer, S. (date unknown). Association of moral values with vaccine hesitancy. Nature Human Behavior, 1, 873-880. Accepted, .
  • Newman DB, Schwarz N, Graham J, Stone AA (date unknown). Conservatives Report Greater Meaning in Life than Liberals. Social psychological and personality science. Vol. 10, 494-503. Accepted, .
  • Newman DB, Schwarz N, Graham J, Stone AA (date unknown). Conservatives Report Greater Meaning in Life than Liberals. Social psychological and personality science. Vol. 10, 494-503. Accepted, .
  • Meindl, P., Iyer, R., & Graham, J. (2019). (date unknown). Distributive justice beliefs are guided by whether people think the ultimate goal of society is well-being or power. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 41, 359-385. Accepted, .
  • Hofmann, W., *Meindl, P., *Mooijman, M., & Graham, J. (date unknown). Morality and self-control: How they are intertwined, and where they differ. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 27, 286-291. Accepted, .
  • Graham, J. (in press). (date unknown). Ideology, shared moral narratives, and the dark side of collective rationalization [Commentary on Cushman]. Brain and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 43, e37. Accepted, .
  • Mooijman, M., Kouchaki, M., Beall, E., & Graham, J. (date unknown). Power decreases the moral condemnation of disgust-inducing transgressions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 161, 79-92. Accepted, .
  • Smith, C. T., Ratliff, K. A., Redford, L., & Graham, J. (2019). (date unknown). Political ideology predicts attitudes toward moral transgressors. Journal of Research in Personality, 80, 23-29. Accepted, .
  • Christie, N., Hsu, E., *Iskiwitch, C., *Iyer, R., Graham, J., Schwartz, B., & Monterosso, J. (2019). (date unknown). The moral foundations of needle exchange attitudes. Social Cognition, 37, 229- 246. Accepted, .
  • Goodwin, R., Graham, J., & Diekmann, K. A. (in press). (date unknown). Good intentions aren’t good enough: Moral courage in opposing sexual harassment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Accepted, .
  • Everett JAC, Clark CJ, Meindl P, Luguri JB (date unknown). Political differences in free will belief are associated with differences in moralization. Journal of personality and social psychology. Vol. 120, 461-483. Accepted, .
  • Kennedy B, Atari M, Mostafazadeh Davani A (date unknown). Moral concerns are differentially observable in language. Cognition. Vol. 212, 104696. Accepted, .
  • Graham J (date unknown). Ideology, shared moral narratives, and the dark side of collective rationalization. The Behavioral and brain sciences. Vol. 43, e37. Accepted, .
  • Meindl, P., Quirk, A., & Graham, J. (2018). (date unknown). Best practices for school-based moral education. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences. Vol. 5, 3-10. Accepted, .
  • Rai, T. S., Valdesolo, P., & Graham, J. (date unknown). Reply to Fincher et al.: Conceptual specificity in dehumanization research is a feature, not a bug. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115, E3331-E3332. Accepted, .
  • Everett, J.A.C., Clark, C.J., Meindl, P., Luguri, J.B., Graham, J., Ditto, P.H., & Shariff, A.Z. (i (date unknown). Political differences in free will belief are associated with differences in moralization. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Accepted, .