Behavioral disinhibition can weaken the fair process effect on trust in judges and can uncover hidden discontent with the status quo.

J.E. Hulst, K. Van den Bos, A.J. Akkermans, A.E. Lind

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventFifteenth International Conference on Social Justice Research - New York, USA
Duration: 19 Jun 201422 Jun 2014

Conference

ConferenceFifteenth International Conference on Social Justice Research
Period19/06/1422/06/14

Bibliographical note

Proceedings title: Fifteenth International Conference on Social Justice Research
Publisher: Social Justice Research
Place of publication: New York, USA

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Hulst, J. E., Van den Bos, K., Akkermans, A. J., & Lind, A. E. (2014). Behavioral disinhibition can weaken the fair process effect on trust in judges and can uncover hidden discontent with the status quo.. Paper presented at Fifteenth International Conference on Social Justice Research, .