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Ronald Comer
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Joel Cooper
Lauren Emberson
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Asif Ghazanfar
Joan Girgus
Adele Goldberg
Elizabeth Gould
Michael Graziano
Uri Hasson
Johannes Haushofer
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Yael Niv
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Eldar Shafir
Nicole Shelton
Stacey Sinclair
Susan Sugarman
Diana Tamir
Jordan Taylor
Alexander Todorov
Nicholas Turk-Browne
Ilana Witten

 JOHN DARLEY
 Warren Professor of Psychology
 Ph.D., Harvard University, 1965
 CASE STUDY
Why Do We Punish?
 
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Psychology Department
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08540

The Cognitive and Social Psychology of Contagious Organizational Corruption
RESEARCH SUMMARY 
Much of the research I have done in the past has involved decisions and actions that have moral components or implications. Lately I have turned to looking directly at moral decisions, particularly ones involed in the decision to punish another for a transgression. I have a related interest in interpersonal power and how it plays out in social interactions, and how we attempt to manage others with incentive systems. And led by graduate students, I have returned to priming studies of the state of mind that produce diffusion processes.
I am also currently the director of the Fellowship of the Woodrow Wilson Society (FWWS), which is a small society of faculty and graduate students, generally in the social sciences, interested in mutual exploration of the policy implications of their research.
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