Belmi, P., Jun, S., & Adams, G. (2021 forthcoming). The equal opportunity jerk defense: Rudeness can obfuscate gender bias. Psychological Science.
Inesi, M.E., Adams, G.S., & Gupta, A. (2021 forthcoming). When it pays to be kind: The allocation of indirect reciprocity within power hierarchies. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
+DeCelles, K.A., +Adams, G.S., Howe, H., & John, L.K. (2021 forthcoming). Anger damns the innocent. Psychological Science.
+Joint corresponding authors.
Frey, E., Adams, G.S., Bruno, E., & Detert, J.R. (2021 forthcoming). “Braking” bad: How managers can respond to misbehavior. Behavioral Science and Policy.
+Adams, G.S., +Converse, B.A., *Hales, A., & Klotz, L. (2021). People systematically overlook subtractive changes. Nature, 592, 258-261. Link
Featured on the cover of the April 8, 2021 issue.
+Joint corresponding authors; authorship is alphabetical.
Converse, B.A., Hancock, P., Klotz, L., Clarens, A.F., & Adams, G.S. (2021). If humans design the planet: A call for psychological scientists to engage with climate engineering. American Psychologist. Link
Raj, M., Wiltermuth, S.S., & Adams, G.S. (2020). The social costs of forgiving following multiple-victim transgressions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 119(2), 344-366. Link
Maternity leave 2017-18, 2019-20.
Adams, G.S. (2016). Asymmetries between victims’ and transgressors’ perspectives following interpersonal transgressions. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 10(12), 722-735.
Adams, G.S. & Inesi, M.E. (2016). Impediments to forgiveness: Victim and transgressor attributions of intent and guilt. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 111(6), 866-881.
Ten Brinke, L., & Adams, G.S. (2015). Saving face? When emotion displays during public apologies mitigate damage to organizational performance. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 130, 1-12.
*Republished in Chinese Management Insights (Vol. 4, 2015).
Adams, G.S., Zou, X., Inesi, M.E., & Pillutla, M.M. (2015). Forgiveness is not always divine: When expressing forgiveness makes others want to avoid you. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 126, 130-141.
Adams, G.S. & Mullen, E. (2015). Punishing the perpetrator decreases compensation for victims. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6, 31-38.
Bryan, C.J., Adams, G.S., & Monin, B. (2013). When cheating would make you a cheater: Implicating the self prevents unethical behavior. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142(4), 1001-1005.
Adams, G.S. & Mullen, E. (2013). Increased voting for candidates who compensate victims rather than punish offenders. Social Justice Research, 26, 168-192.
O’Connor, K.S. & Adams, G.S. (2013). Affective antecedents of revenge [commentary]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36(1), 29-30.
Adams, G.S., Flynn, F.J., & Norton, M. (2012). The gifts we keep on giving: Documenting and destigmatizing the regifting taboo. Psychological Science, 23, 1145-1150.
Adams, G.S., & Mullen, E. (2012). The psychological and social costs of punishment [commentary]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35, 15-16.
Flynn, F.J., & Adams, G.S. (2009). “Money can’t buy love”: Asymmetric beliefs about gift price and feelings of appreciation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 404-409.