Julia Lee

Julia Lee

  • Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations
Education
  • PhD Harvard University 2015
  • MPP Harvard University 2010
  • AM Harvard University 2008

Contact Information

Phone
(734) 647-4606
Email
Room
R5312
Research

Dr. Lee is an Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, and a Non-resident Fellow at Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University. Prior to joining Ross, she was a 2014-2015 Lab Fellow in Institutional Corruption at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, and 2013-2014 Research Fellow in Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard University. 

Dr. Lee studies the psychology of social narratives, mindsets, and behavioral ethics. Her research has been published in a number of top scientific journals including the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Psychological Science, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and Journal of Applied Psychology. 

In search of moral equilibrium: Person, situation, and their interplay in behavioral ethics

Authors
Lee, J. J. & Gino, F.
Published Date
2018

Source

New York, NY: Guilford Press
Pages: 
475-484
The Atlas of Moral Psychology: Mapping Good and Evil in the Mind
Gray, K. & Graham, J.

Envy and interpersonal corruption: Social comparison processes and unethical behavior in organizations.

Authors
Lee, J. J. & Gino, F.
Published Date
2016

Source

Oxford University Press
Envy at Work and in Organizations: Research, Theory, and Applications
Merlone, U., Duffy, M., Perini, M., & Smith, R.
Authors
Lu, J., Lee, J. J., Galinsky, A., & Gino, F.
Published Date
2018

Source

Psychological Science
Volume: 
29
Issue: 
3
Pages: 
340-355

Emotions and the micro-foundations of commitment problems in international politics.

Authors
Renshon, J., Lee, J. J., & Tingley, D.
Published Date
2017

Source

International Organization
Volume: 
NA
Issue: 
S1
Pages: 
S189-S218

Reclaim your commute: Getting to and from work doesn’t have to be soul crushing.

Authors
Gino, F., Staats, B., Jachimowicz, J., Lee, J. J., & Menges, J.
Published Date
2017

Source

Harvard Business Review
Volume: 
NA
Issue: 
May-June Issue
Pages: 
NA

The benefits of saying nice things about your colleagues.

Authors
Dutton, J. & Lee, J. J.
Published Date
2017

Source

HBR.org
Volume: 
NA
Issue: 
NA
Pages: 
NA

Managing perceptions of distress at work: Reframing distress as passion.

Authors
Wolf, E. B., Lee, J. J., Sah, S. & Brooks, A. W.
Published Date
2016

Source

Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
Volume: 
NA
Issue: 
137
Pages: 
1-12

Hormones and ethics: Understanding the biological basis of unethical behavior.

Authors
Lee, J. J., Gino, F., Jin, E. S., Rice, L., & Josephs, B.
Published Date
2015

Source

Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Volume: 
144
Issue: 
5
Pages: 
891-897

Physiological arousal and political beliefs

Authors
Renshon, J., Lee, J. J., & Tingley, D.
Published Date
2015

Source

Political Psychology
Volume: 
36
Issue: 
5
Pages: 
569-585

Poker-faced morality: Concealing emotions leads to utilitarian decision- making.

Authors
Lee, J. J. & Gino, F.
Published Date
2015

Source

Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
Volume: 
NA
Issue: 
126
Pages: 
49-64

The physiology of (dis)honesty: Does it impact health?

Authors
ten Brinke, L., Lee, J. J., & Carney, D.
Published Date
2015

Source

Current Opinions in Psychology
Volume: 
NA
Issue: 
6
Pages: 
177-182

Rainmakers: Why bad weather means good productivity

Authors
Lee, J. J., Gino, F., & Staats, B.
Published Date
2014

Source

Journal of Applied Psychology
Volume: 
99
Issue: 
3
Pages: 
504-513

Emotion regulation influences political ideology: Does reappraisal decrease support for conservative policies?

Authors
Lee, J. J., Sohn, Y., & Fowler, J.
Published Date
2013

Source

PLOS One
Volume: 
8
Issue: 
12
Pages: 
e83143

Leadership is associated with lower levels of stress,

Authors
Sherman, G. D., Lee, J. J., Cuddy, A. J. C., Renshon, J., Oveis, C., Gross, J., & Lerner, J. S.
Published Date
2012

Source

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA
Volume: 
109
Issue: 
44
Pages: 
17903-17907
Ross Thought In Action
Studies by Professor Julia Lee show air pollution can increase criminal behavior by causing higher anxiety.

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