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Media Mentions

 How Men React When Their Masculinity is Questioned, June 19, 2015

 Moral Stigma Spreads Down From Top Brass, Insights by Stanford Business, May 27, 2015

 Has Bragging Become an Epidemic?, KQED Public Radio, 2013

 Stanford Study Concludes Peers Not Really Happier, San Francisco Chronicle, 2012

 How Word Choice Can Affect Our Moral Boundaries, Isights by Stanford Business, November 19, 2012

 Morality and Self, Philosophy Talk radio show

 Why Moral Leaders Are Annoying, The Boston Globe, 2011

 Why do US immigrants to Fast Food, Spiegel Online, 2011

 Study: US Immigrants eat junk food for the sake of identity, Epoch Times, 2011

 Immigrants adopting American diets, to their detriment, NZ Herald, 2011

 Study finds immigrants pick American foods to fit in, The Stanford Daily, May 24, 2011

 Immigrants eat US junk food to fit in: study, The Independent, May 20, 2011

 Immigrant groups change diet ‘to fit in', The Telegraph, May 2011

 Why going green won't make you better or save you money, Washington Post, July 2010

 Stanford research shows sharing in sorrow might make us a bit happier, Stanford Report, December 2010

 Sucker to Saint and Other Views of Our Moral Behavior, Stanford GSB Insights, May 1, 2010

 Exposed: green consumers’ dirty little secrets, News Scientist, March 2010

 Time turn a blind eye be, Freitag, January 2010

 Buy Local, Act Evil, Slate, December 2009

 Lizenz zur Sünde, Donnerstag, August 2009

 Obamas schwarzes Dilemma, Kolumne Kopfwelten, April 2009

 The nature of temptation: Why those who speak against vice so often fall for it,  Boston

 Backing Obama gives some voters license to favor whites over blacks, study shows, Stanford Report, March 2009

 Obama Is President So Racism Is Over. Right?, Psychology Today 

 Morality: From Sucker to Saint - Why you see your dunce cap as a halo and cast yourself as noble to avoid feeling naive, Psychology Today

 What's Racist? The Importance of a Glance, TIME, March 2008

 Sucker or Saint? The surprising way we shore up our self-esteem when we feel foolish for not being able to say no, NewsWeek

 We Hate Heroes, Stanford Social Innovation Review, 2009

 Recognizing Strangers: Images of attractive faces seem familiar even if they've never been seen before, Psychology Today