Procedural justice and affect intensity: Understanding reactions to an enforcement experience
Why is it that some people respond in a more negative way to procedural injustice than do others, and why is it that some people go on to defy authority while others in the same situation do not? Personality theorists suggest that the psychological effect of a situation depends on how a person interprets the situation and that such differences in interpretation can vary as a function of individual difference factors. For example, affect intensity-one's predisposition to react more or less...[Show more]
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