Lees, J., & Cikara, M. (2019). Inaccurate group meta-perceptions drive negative out-group attributions in competitive contexts. Nature Human Behaviour. [Preprint] [Data+Materials] [Altmetric] [DOI]
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Lees, J. A registered report examining whether implicit attitudes affect the accuracy of social judgment. Working Paper.
Lees, J. Moral prospection: Cognitive bias and the failure to predict moral backlash toward an organization. Working Paper.
Lees, J., Sidanius, J., & Tang, S. Anti-egalitarians perceive corporations as less agentic and judge their misconduct less harshly. Working Paper.
Lees, J., Young, L., & Waytz, A. Moral mind reading: The accuracy of meta-perception and motive attribution in contexts of immoral behavior. Working Paper. [Materials]
Apfelbaum, E.P., & Lees, J. Threat matching: A model for tailoring diversity approaches to context. Working Paper.
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Lees, J. Using big data to estimate inaccuracy in social responsibility judgments related to ESG investing. In Progress.
Lees, J., DeCelles, K., & Gino, F. Anthropomorphized stores are robbed more. In Progress. [Materials]
Fernandes, C., Lees, J., & Gino, F. Moral decision-making in groups. In Progress. [Materials]
Gonsalves, L., & Lees, J. Do performance metrics reduce evaluator bias? A commensuration theory of discrimination. In Progress.
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