Benoît Monin is Professor of Organizational Behavior and Professor of Psychology. Using the methods of experimental social psychology, Benoît's research investigates the interplay between self-image and morality. He seeks to understand, for instance, when individuals behave unethically, and how they live with it; the consequences of high or low moral self-confidence; the meaning and role of morality in everyday life; and what empirical psychology can contribute to ethics. Benoît received his undergraduate degree from ESSEC Business School near Paris, his M.Sc. in Social Psychology from the the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, and his Ph.D. in Psychology from Princeton University. He has taught at Stanford since 2001, and has held visiting positions at the University of Michigan as well as at the University of Paris. Benoît's work has appeared in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Psychological Science, and the Personality and the Social Psychology Bulletin.