My research on creativity and cheating has been featured in a Dilbert comic strip.
- The Boston Globe reported on my research on gift giving in The analyzed gift (Dec 9).
- Voice of America featured my research on dishonesty in Corruption: it's Easier than You Think (Dec 5).
- The Economist featured my research on the cheater's high (Sept 17).
- Wired featured my research on why signing at the top makes people more honest (Sept 1).
- The Financial Times reported on my research on the cheater's high in something for the weekend (Aug 24).
- Scientific American featured my research in childhood memories serve as a social compass (Sept 27).
- The Huffington Post featured my research on the affective consequences of cheating (August 7).
- The Wall Street Journal featured my research on the cheater's high here (August 6) and here (August 14).
- The Economist featured my research on judgment errors (June 14).
- Bloomberg Business Week featured my research on authenticity (April 23).
- I recently contributed two blog posts to HBR: How introverts can become better innovators (April 21) and People are irrational, but teams don't have to be (March 28).
- National Public Radio's Planet Moneydiscussed my research on empathy and unethical behavior in Why People Do Bad Things (April 17).
- CBS Sunday Morning featured my research on reducing dishonesty in America Tax Time: What Cheaters Cost Us (April 15).
- Bloomberg Business Week featured my research on creativity and dishonesty (March 12).
- The Huffington Post featured my research on anxiety and advice taking (March 7).
- The New York Times featured my research on ethical decision making (Nov 19).
- Christian Science Monitor featured my research on child-cues and ethical behavior in Want a more ethical workplace? Make it child-like (Nov 7).
- I contributed a piece in the Wall Street Journal summarizing some of my research and its application to leadership and HR (Oct 23).
- NPR Seattle, Weekday, had me as a guest to talk about the psychology of cheating (July 29).
- The Boston Globe featured my research on childhood cues and ethical behavior (June 7).
- The New York Times featured my research on gift giving (April 5), as well as my research on self-deception here (April 17) and here (April 18).
- The Financial Times reported on my research on learning from success in Something for the weekend (April 1) and on my research on power and leadership (April 8).
- Psychology Today reported on my research on cheating, thinking and memory (March 8).
- Discover Magazine featured my research on self-deception (March 5).
- The Wall Street Journal reported on my research on blind ethics (Feb 12), and covered it in a related blog post (Feb 1).
- The Financial Times reported on my research on creativity and dishonesty in Something for the weekend (Jan 28) and the Montreal Gazette covered the same research in Creative people more apt to cheat (Jan 29).
- CBS Business Network featured my research on creativity and dishonesty in Are "Creative" Thinkers More Unethical? (Jan 26).
- The Boston Globe covered my research in To ace that test, consider grandpa (Jan 23).
- Investor’s Business Daily featured a study about conduct codes in "A Firm’s Code Lifts Ethics," which Yahoo! Finance covered too (Sept. 17). CBS interviewed me about the study in a live radio interview.
- Newsweek featured a study about "Is Fraud Contagious?" (March 12).
- The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported an article on my research in The Thinkers (May 5).
- CNN featured my research on "When emotion takes over" (Oct. 8).