----- Monday, April 01, 2013 -----
Dr. Kyle Lewis / Mark Bayer (Both Management)
8:00 AM-9:00 PM (WS / LR / CR)
 Title:

Group Cognition & Creativity

Special:

Same setup as for previous LEGO studies.

Video cameras + tripods needed in small conference room and big room. We will again use the overhead cameras in the big room.

No internet connectivity required in the PC room. We'll use training videos for the task on the PCs, as usual.

Description:

Group cognition, interaction, and group creativity.

Lab space is needed for groups to assemble LEGO models, and cameras for audio/video recording to capture group interaction.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2011-09-0021
Submit: Submit
Date: January 29, 2013
Time: 08:03:33 AM
----- Tuesday, April 02, 2013 -----
Dr. Kyle Lewis / Mark Bayer (Both Management)
8:00 AM-9:00 PM (WS / LR / CR)
 Title:

Group Cognition & Creativity

Special:

Same setup as for previous LEGO studies.

Video cameras + tripods needed in small conference room and big room. We will again use the overhead cameras in the big room.

No internet connectivity required in the PC room. We'll use training videos for the task on the PCs, as usual.

Description:

Group cognition, interaction, and group creativity.

Lab space is needed for groups to assemble LEGO models, and cameras for audio/video recording to capture group interaction.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2011-09-0021
Submit: Submit
Date: January 29, 2013
Time: 08:03:33 AM
----- Wednesday, April 03, 2013 -----
Dr. Kyle Lewis / Mark Bayer (Both Management)
8:00 AM-9:00 PM (WS / LR / CR)
 Title:

Group Cognition & Creativity

Special:

Same setup as for previous LEGO studies.

Video cameras + tripods needed in small conference room and big room. We will again use the overhead cameras in the big room.

No internet connectivity required in the PC room. We'll use training videos for the task on the PCs, as usual.

Description:

Group cognition, interaction, and group creativity.

Lab space is needed for groups to assemble LEGO models, and cameras for audio/video recording to capture group interaction.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2011-09-0021
Submit: Submit
Date: January 29, 2013
Time: 08:03:33 AM
----- Thursday, April 04, 2013 -----
Dr. Kyle Lewis / Mark Bayer (Both Management)
8:00 AM-9:00 PM (WS / LR / CR)
 Title:

Group Cognition & Creativity

Special:

Same setup as for previous LEGO studies.

Video cameras + tripods needed in small conference room and big room. We will again use the overhead cameras in the big room.

No internet connectivity required in the PC room. We'll use training videos for the task on the PCs, as usual.

Description:

Group cognition, interaction, and group creativity.

Lab space is needed for groups to assemble LEGO models, and cameras for audio/video recording to capture group interaction.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2011-09-0021
Submit: Submit
Date: January 29, 2013
Time: 08:03:33 AM
----- Friday, April 05, 2013 -----
Computer Services
8:00 AM-9:00 PM (WS / LR / CR)
 Rooms Set-up for the week of 4/8 study.
----- Monday, April 08, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS / LR)
 Title:

“Then, are you flawless?”: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people’s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others’ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others’ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: February 07, 2013
Time: 12:01:19 AM
----- Tuesday, April 09, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS / LR)
 Title:

“Then, are you flawless?”: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people’s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others’ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others’ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: February 07, 2013
Time: 12:01:19 AM
----- Wednesday, April 10, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS / LR)
 Title:

“Then, are you flawless?”: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people’s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others’ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others’ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: February 07, 2013
Time: 12:01:19 AM
----- Thursday, April 11, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS / LR)
 Title:

“Then, are you flawless?”: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people’s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others’ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others’ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: February 07, 2013
Time: 12:01:19 AM
----- Monday, April 15, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Rajagopal Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS / LR)
 Title:

Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people’s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others’ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others’ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: April 09, 2013
Time: 10:06:12 AM
----- Tuesday, April 16, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Rajagopal Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS / LR)
 Title:

Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people’s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others’ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others’ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: April 09, 2013
Time: 10:06:12 AM
----- Wednesday, April 17, 2013 -----
Laura Wang / Dr. Michael Williamson (Both Accounting)
8:00 AM-9:00 PM (WS / LR / CR)
 Title:

The selection effect of job types

Special:

Separate Ztree in each room

Description:

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-01-0123
Submit: Submit
Date: February 11, 2013
Time: 03:07:04 PM
----- Thursday, April 18, 2013 -----
Laura Wang / Dr. Michael Williamson (Both Accounting)
8:00 AM-9:00 PM (WS / LR / CR)
 Title:

The selection effect of job types

Special:

Separate Ztree in each room

Description:

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-01-0123
Submit: Submit
Date: February 11, 2013
Time: 03:07:04 PM
----- Monday, April 22, 2013 -----
Dr. Jennifer Whitson (Management)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (LR)
 Title:

Information Processing and Decision Making

Special:

Laptops deployed and a live internet connection.

Description:

Will need lab rooms and computers in order to expose participants to the manipulations and measures necessary to collect data.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2007-10-0070
Submit: Submit
Date: February 25, 2013
Time: 12:01:22 PM
----- Tuesday, April 23, 2013 -----
Dr. Jennifer Whitson (Management)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (LR)
 Title:

Information Processing and Decision Making

Special:

Laptops deployed and a live internet connection.

Description:

Will need lab rooms and computers in order to expose participants to the manipulations and measures necessary to collect data.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2007-10-0070
Submit: Submit
Date: February 25, 2013
Time: 12:01:22 PM
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS)
 Title:

°Then, are you flawless?¡±: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people¡¯s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others¡¯ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others¡¯ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: April 04, 2013
Time: 02:44:48 PM
----- Wednesday, April 24, 2013 -----
Dr. Jennifer Whitson (Management)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (LR)
 Title:

Information Processing and Decision Making

Special:

Laptops deployed and a live internet connection.

Description:

Will need lab rooms and computers in order to expose participants to the manipulations and measures necessary to collect data.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2007-10-0070
Submit: Submit
Date: February 25, 2013
Time: 12:01:22 PM
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS)
 Title:

°Then, are you flawless?¡±: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people¡¯s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others¡¯ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others¡¯ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: April 04, 2013
Time: 02:44:48 PM
----- Thursday, April 25, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS / LR)
 Title:

°Then, are you flawless?¡±: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people¡¯s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others¡¯ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others¡¯ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: April 04, 2013
Time: 02:44:48 PM
----- Monday, April 29, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS)
 Title:

°Then, are you flawless?¡±: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people¡¯s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others¡¯ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others¡¯ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: April 04, 2013
Time: 02:44:48 PM
----- Tuesday, April 30, 2013 -----
Eunjoo Han / Dr. Raj Raghunathan (Both Marketing)
8:00 AM-5:00 PM (WS)
 Title:

°Then, are you flawless?¡±: Fundamental attribution error and evaluation on actions of others in a moral domain

Special:

We only need computer labs so that people can perform the given online studies

Description:

In the present research, we investigate people¡¯s systematic pattern of evaluating actions of others that are made with respect to a set of moral virtues. We propose that people will make a dispositional attribution (vs. situational attribution) a lot more in moral situations (vs. non-moral situations), especially when exposed to others¡¯ morally undesirable (vs. morally desirable) behaviors. We assume that individuals are led to infer dispositional attributes from others¡¯ moral transgression even when they are consciously aware that moral virtues are something they learn by social value systems in the process of socialization.

IRB_Approval: Yes
IRB_Number: 2012-04-0058
Submit: Submit
Date: April 04, 2013
Time: 02:44:48 PM