Recent Justice-Related Publications of ISJR Members
Baumert, A., Beierlein, C., Schmitt, M., Kemper, C. J., Kovaleva, A., Liebig, S., & Rammstedt, B. (in press). Measuring four perspectives of justice sensitivity with two items each. Journal of Personality Assessment.
Blader, S. L., & Rothman, N. B. (2014) Paving the road to preferential treatment with good intentions: Empathy, accountability and fairness. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 50, 65-81.
Blader, S.L., Wiesenfeld, B.M., Fortin, M., & Wheeler-Smith, S.L. (2013). Fairness lies in the heart of the beholder: How the social emotions of third parties influence reactions to injustice. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 121, 62-80.
Callan, M. J., Harvey, A. J., & Sutton, R. M. (in press). Rejecting victims of misfortune reduces delay discounting. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
Callan, M. J., Sutton, R. M., Harvey, A. J., & Dawtry, R. J. (in press). Immanent justice reasoning: Theory, research, and current directions. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology.
Fasel, R. & Spini, D. (2013). Shattered beliefs: How to cope when the world is not a just place? In D. Spini, G. Elcheroth, & D. Corkalo Biruski (Eds.), War, community and social change. Collective experiences in the Former Yugoslavia (pp. 183-198). New York: Springer.
Foschi, M. (2013). The Professional Credentials of Immigrants: A Status-and-Expectations Approach. Advances in Group Processes, 30, 131-155.
Halmburger, A., Rothmund, T., Schulte, M., & Baumert, A. (2013). Psychological Reactions to Political Scandals: Effects on Emotions, Trust and the Need for Punishment. Politsche Pychologie - Journal of Political Psychology, 02, 30-51.
Harvey, A. J., & Callan, M. J. (2014). The role of religiosity in ultimate and immanent justice reasoning. Personality and Individual Differences, 56, 193-196.
Hillebrandt, A., & Barclay, L. J. (in press). Integrating organizational justice and affect: New insights, challenges, and opportunities. Social Justice Research. DOI: 10.1007/s11211-013-0193-z
Lind, E. A., & Van den Bos, K. (in press). Freeing organizational behavior from inhibitory constraints. In B. M. Staw & A. Brief (Eds.), Research in organizational behavior. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
Scheuerman, H. L. (2013). The Relationship between Injustice and Crime: A General Strain Theory Approach. Journal of Criminal Justice, 41, 375–85.
Scheuerman, H. L. (in press). “Clarifying Criminological and Social Psychological Theory: A Second Look at the Relationship between Injustice and General Strain Theory,” Sociology Compass.
Scheuerman, Heather L. and Shelley Keith. Forthcoming. “Implications of Court versus Conference: The Relationship between Perceptions of Procedural Justice and Shame Management,” Criminal Justice Policy Review. First published on November 8, 2013 (iFirst).DOI:10.1177/0887403413509104.
Strelan, P., & Van Prooijen, J.-W. (2013). Retribution and forgiveness: The healing effects of punishing for just deserts. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 544-553.
Summereder, S., Streicher, B., & Batinic, B. (2013). Voice or Consistency? What you perceive as procedurally fair depends on your level of power distance. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. Advanced online publication. DOI: 10.1177/0022022113505356
Van Bommel, M., Van Prooijen, J.-W., Elffers, H., & Van Lange, P. A. M. (in press). Intervene to be seen: The power of a camera in moderating the bystander effect. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Van Camp, T. & Wemmers, J-A. (2013). Victim satisfaction with restorative justice: More than simply procedural justice. International Review of Victimology, 19 (2), 117-143.
Van Knippenberg, D., Van Prooijen, J.-W., & Sleebos, E. (in press). Beyond social exchange: Collectivism's moderating role in the relationship between perceived organizational support and organizational citizenship behavior. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.
Van Prooijen, J.-W. (2013). Individualistic and social motives for justice judgments. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1299, 60-67.
Van Prooijen, J.-W., & Coffeng, J. (in press). What is fair punishment for Alex or Ahmed? Perspective taking increases racial bias in retributive justice judgments. Social Justice Research.
Van Prooijen, J.-W., Coffeng, J., & Vermeer, M. (in press). Power and retributive justice: How trait information influences the fairness of punishment among power holders. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
Wu, M. S., Sutton, M. R., Yan, X., Zhou, C., Chen, Y., Zhu, Z., Han, B. (2013). Time frame and justice motive: Future perspective moderates the adaptive function of general belief in a just
world. PLoS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0080668