Positions

Research Areas research areas

Overview

  • Deni Hatch is a Lecturer at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics. She teaches classes in Business Ethics and Organizational Behavior. During their doctoral program, Deni taught a variety of classes at the Eller College of Management and published research on the internal mechanisms of ethical decision-making. Her dissertation is entitled “From Deviant to Harmful Competitive Behavior: The Role of Guilt, Psychological Power, and Moral Identity”. In addition to being a Lecturer and the University of New Hampshire, Deni is also the Board President of 603 Equality, a non-profit organization that advocates for transgender rights in New Hampshire.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title
    2021 Does Disgust Increase Unethical Behavior? A Replication of Winterich, Mittal, and Morales (2014)Social Psychological and Personality Science.  12:194855062094408-194855062094408. 2021

    Teaching Activities

  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course
  • Business Ethics Taught course
  • Business Ethics Taught course
  • Business Ethics Taught course
  • Business Ethics Taught course
  • Business Ethics Taught course
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course 2023
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course 2023
  • Behavior in Organizations Taught course 2023
  • Business Ethics Taught course 2022
  • Business Ethics Taught course 2022
  • Business Ethics Taught course 2022
  • Tutorial Reading Taught course 2022
  • Education And Training

  • B.A. Psychology, University of Arizona
  • Ph.D. Management & Organizations, University of Arizona
  • Full Name

  • Deni Hatch