Gabrielle S. Adams
University of Virginia
FeelingEconomic JusticePsychologyInterpersonal communicationOrganizational performanceSocial exchange theoryPerceptionJustice (ethics)Power (social and political)WrongdoingRemorseForgivenessPunishment (psychology)PsycINFOCompensation (psychology)Poison controlAffect (psychology)NormativeReputationSocial psychology
23Publications
8H-index
287Citations
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#1Gabrielle S. Adams (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 8
#2Benjamin A. Converse (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 11
Last. Leidy Klotz (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 15
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Improving objects, ideas or situations-whether a designer seeks to advance technology, a writer seeks to strengthen an argument or a manager seeks to encourage desired behaviour-requires a mental search for possible changes1-3. We investigated whether people are as likely to consider changes that subtract components from an object, idea or situation as they are to consider changes that add new components. People typically consider a limited number of promising ideas in order to manage the cognit...
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#1Benjamin A. Converse (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 11
#2Patrick I. Hancock (UVA: University of Virginia)
Last. Gabrielle S. Adams (UVA: University of Virginia)H-Index: 8
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: A single transgressor sometimes harms more than just 1 victim. We examine a previously undocumented social cost of forgiving following these multiple-victim transgressions. We find that nonforgiving victims believe that other victims who forgive the common transgressor make their decisions to withhold forgiveness appear ungenerous. Faced with this threat, nonforgiving victims report that other forgiving (vs. nonforgiving) victims have overclaimed their standing to forgive the common transgress...
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#1Marie S. Mitchell (UGA: University of Georgia)H-Index: 18
#1Thomas M. Tripp (WSU: Washington State University)H-Index: 22
Last. Katelyn Zipay (UO: University of Oregon)
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#1Pamela K. SmithH-Index: 21
#2Yidan YinH-Index: 1
Last. Christopher OveisH-Index: 20
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Last. Thomas M. Tripp (WSU: Washington State University)H-Index: 22
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The importance of forgiveness for the modern workplace has increasingly been recognized in recent years. Despite the recent surge in research on the topic, there are still many important questions that need to be answered, which will provide a deeper understanding of forgiveness and its implications in organizations. The purpose of this symposium is to address key questions in this literature, including investigating what drives individuals' forgiveness, exploring what types of forgiveness-relat...
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When interpersonal transgressions occur, the involved parties try to understand what occurred and how justice should be restored. However, research has documented that victims and transgressors often diverge in their accounts of what transpired. In this paper, I review and summarize empirical research on victims’ and transgressors’ asymmetric perceptions of interpersonal transgressions, and the different justice-restoring responses each party subsequently desires. By conceptualizing transgressio...
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#1Gabrielle S. Adams (LBS: London Business School)H-Index: 8
#2M. Ena Inesi (LBS: London Business School)H-Index: 10
We investigate the possibility that victims and transgressors are predictably miscalibrated in their interpretation of a transgression, and that this has important implications for the process of forgiveness. Across 5 studies, we find that victims underestimate how much transgressors desire forgiveness. This is driven by a 2-part mediating mechanism: First, victims are more likely than transgressors to see the transgression as intentional, and second, this causes victims to believe transgressors...
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#1Gabrielle S. Adams (LBS: London Business School)H-Index: 8
Research by Dr Gabrielle Adams holds the nonverbal expression of ‘sorry’ to financial account
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