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Self-enhancement in moral hypocrisy: Moral superiority and moral identity are about better appearances
M Dong, JW van Prooijen, PAM van Lange
PloS one 14 (7), e0219382, 2019
352019
Reducing the gap between pro‐environmental disposition and behavior: The role of feeling power
M Dong, G Palomo‐Vélez, S Wu
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 51 (3), 262-272, 2021
212021
Secular Examination of Spirituality-Prosociality Association
M Dong, S Wu, Y Zhu, S Jin, Y Zhang
Archive for the Psychology of Religion 39 (1), 61-81, 2017
212017
Self-interest bias in the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-cultural comparison between the United States and China
M Dong, G Spadaro, S Yuan, Y Song, Z Ye, X Ren
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 52 (7), 663-679, 2021
16*2021
Do male and female soccer players differ in helping? A study on prosocial behavior among young players
PAM Van Lange, Z Manesi, RWJ Meershoek, M Yuan, M Dong, ...
PloS one 13 (12), e0209168, 2018
162018
Religion and prosocial behavior
M DONG, S WU, Y ZHU, Y GUO, S JIN
Advances in Psychological Science (Chinese) 23 (6), 1095-1108, 2015
14*2015
The effect of early attention allocation on location-based attention toward a later threat: an ERP study
H Yang, M Dong, S Chen, X Zheng
Neuroscience Letters 523 (1), 62-66, 2012
142012
Prosocial attitudes toward money from terror management perspective: Death transcendence through spirituality
M Dong, JW Van Prooijen, S Wu, Y Zhang, S Jin
The international journal for the psychology of religion 29 (1), 1-17, 2019
122019
Culture, status, and hypocrisy: High-status people who don’t practice what they preach are viewed as worse in the United States than China
M Dong, JW van Prooijen, S Wu, PAM van Lange
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (1), 60-69, 2022
112022
Being good to look good: Self‐reported moral character predicts moral double standards among reputation‐seeking individuals
M Dong, TR Kupfer, S Yuan, JW van Prooijen
British Journal of Psychology 114 (1), 244-261, 2023
8*2023
Fears about AI-mediated communication are grounded in different expectations for one's own versus others' use
ZA Purcell, M Dong, AM Nussberger, N Köbis, M Jakesch
arXiv preprint arXiv:2305.01670, 2023
62023
Calculating hypocrites effect: Moral judgments of word‐deed contradictory transgressions depend on targets' competence
M Dong, JW van Prooijen, PAM van Lange
Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology 5 (4), 489-501, 2021
52021
Toward Human-Centered AI Management: Methodological Challenges and Future Directions
M Dong, JF Bonnefon, I Rahwan
Technovation 131, 2024
42024
Strategic exploitation by higher-status people incurs harsher third-party punishment
M Dong, JW Van Prooijen, PAM van Lange
Social Psychology, 2022
32022
Difficult name, cold man: Chinese names, gender stereotypicality and trustworthiness
X Du, M Dong, D Gu, Z Xin, J Jiang, Y Sun
International Journal of Psychology 56 (3), 349-360, 2021
22021
Status cues and moral judgment: Formal attire induces moral favoritism but not for hypocrites
M Dong, JW van Prooijen, PAM van Lange
Current Psychology, 1-17, 2024
12024
Building a Better World Together: Understanding the Future of Work with Algorithms, AI, & Automation
M Dong, M Gamez-Djokic, AS Jago, R Schlund, S Ward
Academy of Management Proceedings 2022 (1), 16479, 2022
12022
Understanding moral hypocrisy: Behavioral antecedents and social consequences
M Dong
12021
Fears about artificial intelligence across 20 countries and 6 domains of application
M Dong, JR Conway, JF Bonnefon, A Shariff, I Rahwan
ICLR 2024: The Twelfth International Conference on Learning Representations, 2024
2024
False Consensus Biases AI Against Vulnerable Stakeholders
M Dong, JF Bonnefon, I Rahwan
2024
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