The cumulative effects of justice perceptions
Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management
We report some evidence that justice perceptions may be cumulative, or act together to bolster or undermine other perceptions. In several instances, procedural and distributive justice perceptions about one procedure were different for those reading about only one procedure and outcome versus those who read about that situation and a second situation. Evidence was also found that individuals may average justice perceptions together for two procedures when forming overall fairness and satisfaction perceptions.
Miles, J. A.,
Naumann, S. E.
The cumulative effects of justice perceptions.
Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 2(1), 12–24.