Recent Justice-Related Publications of ISJR Members

 

Alves, H. V., Breyner, M. M., Nunes, S. F., Pereira, B. D., Silva, L., & Soares, J. G. (2015). Are innocent and non-innocent victims also more positively evaluated when they say their life is just rather than unjust? Psicologia, 29, 71-80. doi: 10.17575/rpsicol.v29i2.1064

 

Bal, M., & Van den Bos, K. (in press). Putting the "I" and "us" in justice: Derogatory and benevolent reactions toward innocent victims in self-focused and other-focused individuals. Social Justice Research.

 

Beijers, J., van Prooijen, J.-W., & Bijleveld, C. (in press). 'To marry a thief?' Crime type as a deterrent to cohabitation. Journal of Experimental Criminology.

 

Bollmann, G., Krings, F., Maggiori, C., & Rossier, J. (2015). Differential associations of personal and general just-world beliefs with the FFM and HEXACO models of personality. Personality and Individual Differences, 87, 312-319. doi:10.1016/j.paid.2015.08.020

 

Cramwinckel, F. M., Van den Bos, K., Van Dijk, E., & Schut, M. (in press). Derogating benevolent behavior of deviant in-group members: Group processes within a real-life sample of heterosexual Christians. Social Influence.

 

Ehrhardt, N., Pretsch, J. Herrmann, I. & Schmitt, M. (2016). Observing justice in the primary classroom. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, 19, 157-190.

 

Foschi, M. & Valenzuela, J.  (2015).  Choosing between two semi-finalists: On academic performance gap, sex category, and decision question.  Social Science Research, 54, 195-208.

 

Köbis, N., Van Prooijen, J.-W., Righetti, F., & Van Lange, P. A. M. (in press). Prospection in individual and interpersonal corruption dilemmas. Review of General Psychology.

 

McGeer, V. & Funk, F. (in press). Are 'optimistic' theories of criminal justice psychologically feasible? The probative case of civic republicanism. Criminal Law and Philosophy.

 

Nudelman, G., Otto, K. and Dalbert, C. (2016). Can belief in a just world buffer mood and career prospects of people in need of risk protection? First experimental evidence. Risk Analysis. doi:10.1111/risa.12588

 

Piccoli, B., & De Witte, H. (2015). Job Insecurity and Emotional Exhaustion: Testing Psychological Contract Breach versus Distributive Injustice as Indicator of Lack of Reciprocity. Work & Stress, 29 (3), 246-263.

 

Piccoli, B., & De Witte, H. (in press) Job Insecurity and Emotional Exhaustion: Testing Psychological Contract Breach versus Distributive Injustice as Indicators of Lack of Reciprocity. Work & Stress (first on-line publication: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02678373.2015.1075624 )

 

Redford, L. & Ratliff, K.A. (in press). Hierarchy-legitimizing ideologies reduce behavioral obligations and blame for implicit attitudes and resulting discrimination. Social Justice Research.

 

Redford, L., Howell, J.L., Meijs, M.H.J., & Ratliff, K.A. (in press). Implicit and explicit evaluations of feminist prototypes predict feminist identity and behavior. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.

 

Strelan, P., & Van Prooijen, J.-W. (in press). Tough love: The behavior control motive facilitates forgiveness in valued relationships. Personal Relationships.

 

Van Bommel, M., Van Prooijen, J.-W., Elffers, H., & Van Lange, P. A. M. (2016). Booze, bars, and bystander behavior: People who consumed alcohol help faster in the presence of others. Frontiers in Psychology, 7: 128.

 

Van den Bos, K. (in press). On the possibility of intuitive and deliberative processes working in parallel in moral judgment. In J. Graham & K. Gray (Eds.), The atlas of moral psychology. New York: Guilford.

 

Van den Bos, K., & Hulst, L. (in press). On experiments in empirical legal research. Law and Method.

 

 Van Prooijen, J.-W. (in press). Sometimes inclusion breeds suspicion: Self-uncertainty and belongingness predict belief in conspiracy theories. European Journal of Social Psychology.

 

Van Prooijen, J.-W., & De Vries, R. E. (in press). Organizational conspiracy beliefs: Implications for leadership styles and employee outcomes. Journal of Business and Psychology.