Congratulations to Mohammed for his success in being published in the Academy of Management, Learning and Education (AMLE). The AMLE is a leading outlet for management -education research. The publication is titled:
An Investigation of the Emotional Outcomes of Business Students’ Cheating “Biological Laws” to Achieve Academic Excellence (Mohammaed El Hazzouri, Mount Royal University; Sergio W. Carvalho, Dalhousie University; and Kelley J. Main, Univeristy of Manitoba, Canada)
Abstract: “Despite a vast amount of research in the areas of academic cheating and academic achievement, students’ cheating “biological laws” (e.g., taking cognitive enhancement drugs to increase cognitive ability) to improve academic performance has yet to be fully understood. We begin to address this by investigating potential positive (i.e., pride) and negative (i.e., shame and guilt) emotional outcomes of business school students’ anticipated consumption of cognitive enhancements to improve academic performance, with the aim of providing insight into ways to reduce such consumption…..
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