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Giselle Antoine

Ph.D. Candidate

Academic Department: Management & Organization

Area of Specialization: Management


BA, Columbia University (2006)
MA, SIT Graduate Institute (2009)
MA, Durham Business School (2015)

Research Interests

My research interests are societal level culture (values, norms) and moral emotions (shame, guilt). Most of my research focuses on rule-breaking and deviance. I'm interested in the cultural forces that shape beliefs about what is considered right and wrong behavior, how people respond to wrongdoings emotionally, how emotional cultures influence beliefs about appropriate responses to wrongdoing and how cultural beliefs about right and wrong implicate our judgements of others.


Watkins, T., Patel, A. & Antoine, G. (in press) You are what you eat: How and when workplace healthy eating cultivates coworker perceptions and behaviors. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Working Papers

Affinito, S., Maddux, W., Antoine, G., & Gray, K. Multicultural experiences and prejudice, targeting JESP (R&R)
Antoine, G., Maddux, W., Chen, X. P., & Sanchez-Burks, J. Cultural variation in rule-breaking, JPSP (under review)
Antoine, G., & Johnson, M. Organizational cultures of shame & guilt, targeting AMR (finalizing for submission)
Antoine, G., & Flynn, F. Shame-proneness and emotional labor, targeting AMJ (data collection)
Antoine, G., Affinito, S., Maddux, W., Gray, K. & Mitchell, M. Multicultural experiences & interpersonal deviance, targeting OBHDP (data collection)
Antoine, G. & Farh, C. Employee voice across cultures, targeting AMR (composing first draft).