Reference(s) Found: 7

Getting It Done and Getting It Right: Leader Disciplinary Reactions to Followers’ Moral Transgressions Are Determined by Construal Level Mindset

Research Paper by David De Cremer, Gijs van Houwelingen, and Marius van Dijke. Published in "Leadership Quarterly" in 2015.

Why People with an Eye Toward the Future Are More Moral: The Role of Abstract Thinking  

Research Paper by Jens Agerstrom and Fredrik Bjorklund. Published in "Basic And Applied Social Psychology" in 2013.

Abstraction Increases Hypocrisy

Research Paper by Joris Lammers. Published in "Journal of Experimental Social Psychology" in 2012.

When Does Feeling Moral Actually Make You a Better Person? Conceptual Abstraction Moderates Whether past Moral Deeds Motivate Consistency or Compensatory Behavior

Research Paper by Johanna Peetz and Paul Conway. Published in "Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin" in 2012.

Construal Levels and Moral Judgment: Some Complications

Research Paper by Douglas Medin and Han Gong. Published in "Judgment and Decision Making" in 2012.

Moral Concerns Are Greater for Temporally Distant Events and Are Moderated by Value Strength

Research Paper by Fredrik Bjorklund and Jens Agerstrom. Published in "Social Cognition" in 2009.

Judging near and Distant Virtue and Vice

Research Paper by Tal Eyal, Nira Liberman, and Yaacov Trope. Published in "Journal of Experimental Social Psychology" in 2008.