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Moral virtues, fairness heuristics, social entities, and other denizens of organizational justice
R Cropanzano, ZS Byrne, DR Bobocel, DE Rupp
Journal of vocational behavior 58 (2), 164-209, 2001
Development of organizational commitment during the first year of employment: A longitudinal study of pre-and post-entry influences
JP Meyer, DR Bobocel, NJ Allen
Journal of management 17 (4), 717-733, 1991
Uncertainty orientation and persuasion: Individual differences in the effects of personal relevance on social judgments.
RM Sorrentino, DR Bobocel, MZ Gitta, JM Olson, EC Hewitt
Journal of Personality and social Psychology 55 (3), 357, 1988
Justice-based opposition to social policies: Is it genuine?
DR Bobocel, LS Son Hing, LM Davey, DJ Stanley, MP Zanna
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 75 (3), 653, 1998
Meritocracy and opposition to affirmative action: Making concessions in the face of discrimination.
LS Son Hing, DR Bobocel, MP Zanna
Journal of personality and social psychology 83 (3), 493, 2002
Authoritarian dynamics and unethical decision making: high social dominance orientation leaders and high right-wing authoritarianism followers.
LS Son Hing, DR Bobocel, MP Zanna, MV McBride
Journal of personality and social psychology 92 (1), 67, 2007
Escalating commitment to a failing course of action: Separating the roles of choice and justification.
DR Bobocel, JP Meyer
Journal of Applied Psychology 79 (3), 360, 1994
The merit of meritocracy.
LS Son Hing, DR Bobocel, MP Zanna, DM Garcia, SS Gee, K Orazietti
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (3), 433, 2011
On preferences and doing the right thing: Satisfaction with advantageous inequity when cognitive processing is limited
K Van den Bos, SL Peters, DR Bobocel, JF Ybema
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (3), 273-289, 2006
Sex-based promotion decisions and interactional fairness: Investigating the influence of managerial accounts.
DR Bobocel, AC Farrell
Journal of Applied Psychology 81 (1), 22, 1996
Preference for the Merit Principle Scale: An individual difference measure of distributive justice preferences
LM Davey, DR Bobocel, LSS Hing, MP Zanna
Social Justice Research 12 (3), 223-240, 1999
Are interactional justice and procedural justice different
DR Bobocel, CM Holmvall
Theoretical and cultural perspectives on organizational justice, 85-108, 2001
Coping with unfair events constructively or destructively: The effects of overall justice and self–other orientation.
DR Bobocel
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (5), 720, 2013
How can explanations be used to foster organizational justice
DR Bobocel, A Zdaniuk
Handbook of organizational justice 469, 498, 2005
Wisdom, bias, and balance: toward a process-sensitive measurement of wisdom-related cognition.
JP Brienza, FYH Kung, HC Santos, DR Bobocel, I Grossmann
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 115 (6), 1093, 2018
What fair procedures say about me: Self-construals and reactions to procedural fairness
CM Holmvall, DR Bobocel
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 105 (2), 147-168, 2008
Wise deliberation sustains cooperation
I Grossmann, JP Brienza, DR Bobocel
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (3), 1-6, 2017
Managerial: Accounts and fairness perception in conflict resolution: Differentiating the effects of minimizing responsibility and providing justification
DR Bobocel, SE Agar, JP Meyer, PG Irving
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 20 (2), 133-143, 1998
The Moderating Effect of Negative Affectivity in the Procedural Justice-Job Satisfaction Relation.
PG Irving, DF Coleman, DR Bobocel
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 2005
Letting them down gently: Conceptual advances in explaining controversial organizational policies
R Bobocel, RL McCline, R Folger
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1986-1998), 73, 1997
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