Denton Hatch

Fifth-Year Doctoral Candidate

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

Degrees

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. 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. 

Publications

  • Kugler, T., Noussair, C., Hatch, D., (accepted at SPPS) Does Disgust Increase Unethical Behavior? A Replication of Winterich, Mittal, and Morales (2014). 

Presentations

  • 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)

Courses

  • MGMT 486 Managerial Decision Making

Professional Associations

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