McCombs School of Business
36 short illustrated videos explain behavioral ethics concepts and basic ethics principles.
58 animated videos - 1 to 2 minutes each - define key ethics terms and concepts.
One-of-a-kind videos highlight the ethical aspects of current and historical subjects.
Eight short videos present the 7 principles of values-driven leadership from Gentile's Giving Voice to Values.
A documentary and six short videos reveal the behavioral ethics biases in super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff's story.
30 videos - one minute each - introduce newsworthy scandals with ethical insights and case studies.
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Altruistic cheating means cheating for the benefit of someone else.
Applied ethics, also called practical ethics, is the application of ethics to real-world problems.
Cognitive dissonance is the mental stress people feel when they hold two contradictory ideas in their mind at the same time.
The harm principle is the idea that people should be free to act as they wish as long as their actions do not cause harm to others.
Fixed and growth mindsets are mindsets that influence how people learn and grow.
Confirmation bias is our tendency to seek out or interpret information that supports our pre-existing beliefs, expectations, or hypotheses.
Cognitive biases are errors in thinking that affect people’s decision-making in virtually every situation.
Virtue Ethics is a normative philosophical approach that urges people to live a moral life by cultivating virtuous habits.
The Veil of Ignorance is a device for helping people more fairly envision a fair society by pretending that they are ignorant of their personal circumstances.
Values are society’s shared beliefs about what is good or bad and how people should act.