Denton Hatch

Sixth-Year Doctoral Candidate

1130 E. Helen St. 
McClelland Hall 405UU
P.O. Box 210108 
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0108 


B.S. in Psychology, The University of Arizona, 2016

Denton Hatch is a doctoral candidate at the University of Arizona. He earned a BA in Psychology with honors and distinction from the University of Arizona. His dissertation focuses on organizational deviance and the downstream effects it has on an individual's perceptions and behaviors. His work has appeared in the journal of Social Psychological and Personality Science, and he has presented his own research at seminal conferences through the Academy of Management, Society for Judgement and Decision Making, and International Conference of Social Dilemmas. 

Before beginning his doctoral program, Denton also worked as a project manager from the University of Arizona Student Affairs Marketing. 

Research Interests 

  • The internal mechanism of ethical decision making, emotions, and organizational ethics. 


  • Kugler, T., Noussair, C., Hatch, D., (2020) Does Disgust Increase Unethical Behavior? A Replication of Winterich, Mittal, and Morales (2014). Social Psychology and Personality Science


  • Society for Judgment and Decision Making Annual Conference, November 2017, Vancouver. (Poster Presentation)
  • AMR Paper Development Workshop, February 2018, Berkeley. (Paper Accepted)
  • Academy of Management Annual Conference, August 2018, Chicago. (Symposium Presentation)
  • Society for Judgment and Decision-Making Annual Conference, November 2018, Atlanta. (Poster Presentation)
  • International Conference of Social Dilemmas, June 2019, Sedona. (Oral Presentation)
  • Academy of Management Annual Conference, August 2019, Boston. (Oral Presentation)
  • Subjective Probability and Decision-Making Conference, August 2019, Amsterdam. (Oral Presentation)


  • MGMT 486 Managerial Decision Making
  • BNAD 302 Human Side of Organizations

Professional Associations

  • Academy of Management
  • Society of Judgement and Decision Making
  • American Psychological Association