* student co-author under my supervision † Authors contributed equally
*Zenkić, J., Kobe Millet, and Nicole L. Mead (2023), "Fairness is Based on Quality, Not Just Quantity," Judgement and Decision Making, 18(e22), 1-10.
Madan, Shilpa, Gita Venkataramani Johar, Jonah Berger, Pierre Chandon, Rajesh Chandy, Rebecca Hamilton, Leslie John, Aparna Labroo, Peggy J. Liu, John G. Lynch Jr., Nina Mazar, Nicole L. Mead, Vikas Mittal, Christine Moorman, Michael I. Norton, John Roberts, Dilip Soman, Madhu Viswanathan, Katherine White (forthcoming), “Reaching for Rigor and Relevance: Better Marketing Research for a Better World,” Marketing Letters.
Gino, Francesca, Maurice E. Schweitzer, Nicole L. Mead, and Dan Ariely (2011), “Unable to Resist Temptation: How Self-Control Depletion Promotes Unethical Behavior,” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 115(2), 191-203.
All the studies in this paper were conducted by the first author, Francesca Gino. I do not have access to the data, and I no longer have confidence in the empirical claims made in this article. I am discussing retracting the paper with the other co-authors and the journal.
Mead, Nicole L., Roy F. Baumeister, Francesca Gino, Maurice E. Schweitzer, and Dan Ariely (2009), “Too Tired to Tell the Truth: Self-Control Resource Depletion and Dishonesty,” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 594-597.
The data for both studies were collected by the first author, Nicole Mead, before Francesca Gino joined the project.
DeWall, C. Nathan, Roy F. Baumeister, Nicole L. Mead, & Kathleen D. Vohs D (2018), “How Leaders Self-Regulate their Task Performance: Evidence that Power Promotes Diligence, Depletion, and Disdain,” In Self-Regulation and Self-Control: Selected Works of Roy F. Baumeister (pp. 340-378). Taylor and Francis.
Gailliot, Matthew T., Nicole L. Mead, and Roy F. Baumeister (2008), “Self-Regulation,” In Handbook of Personality: Theory and research, ed. O. John, R. Robins, and L. Pervin, New York: Guilford, 472-491.
Rawn, Catherine D., Nicole L. Mead, Peter Kerkhof, and Kathleen D. Vohs (2007), “Decision Making Trade Offs after Ego Threat: Taking Care of the Self versus Taking Care of Others Depends on Level of Self-Esteem,” in Do Emotions Help or Hurt Decision Making? A Hedgefoxian perspective, ed. K. D. Vohs, R. F. Baumeister, and G. Loewenstein, New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press, 157-182.