Paradoxical effects of power on moral thinking: Why power both increases and decreases deontological and utilitarian moral decisions

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  1. Adam Galinsky

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Description: Power has been linked to morality in different ways. We show that power both increases and decreases deontological and utilitarian moral decisions, as it increases three moral orientations (integration, deliberation, and rule orientation) that in turn have opposing influences on deontological and utilitarian decision making.

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