E. Allan Lind
E. Allan Lind
Distinguished Professor of Leadership, Duke University
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Social Psychology and Justice
EA Lind
Routledge, 2019
93812019
A relational model of authority in groups
TR Tyler, EA Lind
Advances in experimental social psychology 25, 115-191, 1992
37781992
Fairness heuristic theory: Justice judgments as pivotal cognitions in organizational relations
EA Lind
Advances in organizational justice 56 (8), 2001
13142001
Voice, control, and procedural justice: Instrumental and noninstrumental concerns in fairness judgments.
EA Lind, R Kanfer, PC Earley
Journal of Personality and Social psychology 59 (5), 952, 1990
11901990
Uncertainty management by means of fairness judgments.
K Van den Bos, EA Lind
Academic Press, 2002
10022002
When fairness works: Toward a general theory of uncertainty management
EA Lind, K Van den Bos
Research in organizational behavior 24, 181-224, 2002
8192002
How do I judge my outcome when I do not know the outcome of others? The psychology of the fair process effect.
K Van den Bos, EA Lind, R Vermunt, HAM Wilke
Journal of personality and social psychology 72 (5), 1034, 1997
6681997
Individual and corporate dispute resolution: Using procedural fairness as a decision heuristic
EA Lind, CT Kulik, M Ambrose, MV de Vera Park
Administrative Science Quarterly, 224-251, 1993
6311993
When do we need procedural fairness? The role of trust in authority.
K Van den Bos, HAM Wilke, EA Lind
Journal of Personality and social Psychology 75 (6), 1449, 1998
6131998
Superordinate identification, subgroup identification, and justice concerns: Is separatism the problem; is assimilation the answer?
YJ Huo, HJ Smith, TR Tyler, EA Lind
Psychological science 7 (1), 40-45, 1996
6051996
Speech style and impression formation in a court setting: The effects of “powerful” and “powerless” speech
B Erickson, EA Lind, BC Johnson, WM O'Barr
Journal of experimental social psychology 14 (3), 266-279, 1978
5801978
In the eye of the beholder: Tort litigants' evaluations of their experiences in the civil justice system
EA Lind, RJ MacCoun, PA Ebener, WLF Felstiner, DR Hensler, J Resnik, ...
Law and Society Review, 953-996, 1990
4021990
Procedural context and culture: Variation in the antecedents of procedural justice judgments.
EA Lind, TR Tyler, YJ Huo
Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (4), 767, 1997
3861997
Evaluating outcomes by means of the fair process effect: Evidence for different processes in fairness and satisfaction judgments.
K Van den Bos, HAM Wilke, EA Lind, R Vermunt
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 74 (6), 1493, 1998
3551998
Critical issues in social justice. The social psychology of procedural justice. New York, NY, US
EA Lind, TR Tyler
Plenum Press. http://dx. doi. org/10.1007/978-1-4899-2115-4, 1988
3521988
The self-relevant implications of the group-value model: Group membership, self-worth, and treatment quality
HJ Smith, TR Tyler, YJ Huo, DJ Ortiz, EA Lind
Journal of experimental social psychology 34 (5), 470-493, 1998
3421998
The power of language: Presentational style in the courtroom
JM Conley, WM O'Barr, EA Lind
Duke Lj, 1375, 1978
3421978
The winding road from employee to complainant: Situational and psychological determinants of wrongful-termination claims
EA Lind, J Greenberg, KS Scott, TD Welchans
Administrative science quarterly 45 (3), 557-590, 2000
3392000
The psychology of procedural and distributive justice viewed from the perspective of fairness heuristic theory
K Bos, EA Lind, HAM Wilke
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001
3312001
Procedural justice and participation in task selection: The role of control in mediating justice judgments.
PC Earley, EA Lind
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 52 (6), 1148, 1987
3291987
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